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Memory Lane Monday: Who Does This Remind You Of?--- Round 4

Memory Lane Monday: Who Does This Remind You Of?--- Round 4

For this month’s installment of Who Does This Remind You Of? we’ve gone to a fairly big name in...

Genius Idea: Call Tourists Terrorists

Genius Idea: Call Tourists Terrorists

Spain has made no secret that they’re over their Tourist Industry.

Sweden’s Armed Forces Embraces Rainbow Laces

Sweden’s Armed Forces Embraces Rainbow Laces

Despite KLM missing the mark with their Gay Pride Click Campaign, Sweden’s Armed Forces weren’t...

Just Sayin’: Over The Iceland Bandwagon

Just Sayin’: Over The Iceland Bandwagon

To start with, we’d like to outline for the record, that PD covered Iceland long before the rest...

Faux Tiffanys Causes Costco to Pay Up

Faux Tiffanys Causes Costco to Pay Up

A fair amount of engagement rings (2,500) at remarkable whole-sale prices has put Costco and a...

Just Sayin’: Off to the Camel Derby

Camel racing is also popular in Saudi Arabia. Camel racing, but isn't placing bets haram? With all of the success Kentucky’s received with their over 140 years of derby fun, Egypt, ever eager to catch whatever tourists they can (other than members of Daash just crossing through), has decided that they need to have their own version of the races.

 

Which means you should dust off your turban designs and start planning your trip to the Ismailia Camel Races!In case you wanted to become a camel jockey, you should know that they are starting to be replaced in Saudi Arabia by robots.

Yes, Egyptian funds going to the thrilling spectacle of 150 camels and jockeys brought tourists from 13 Arab countries, plus some from Italy, Germany, Austria, and France back in March.

With this tourist windfall, the Ministry should also consider getting into the camel milk market.

Just sayin’. 

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