New Political World Map of a Fool
Zen style has a map depicting how any fool would have thought of the world right now. I was hoping we can update it or derive from it; and come up with a more accurate version but this one is a winner already! He shows for instance that Iraq and Afghanistan = US territory, The Philippines is not named in the map, China is not that big, Spain is in Latin America and somebody asked: How many hours does it take to go to Japan by car? Check it here.
This is what I propose though: perhaps he can add where exactly people thought Rwanda, Somalia, and Haiti are. And it would be great where in the map any fool will point where Titanic sunk. To cap it, it would be swell if he can label where the fools thinks where the Weapons of Mass Destruction are. I'm sure any fool would put it alot of times in Iraq, a few times in North Korea, some bunkers in Iran and some in Canada and France. By the way, interestingly, the author did not update it: Israel does not exist in his map. Maybe he can put a huge wall all around it.
Check it out. It's good for laughs.
posted by Jdavies @ 8/04/2004,
Jdavies lives in Quezon City, Philippines and has been blogging since 2002. A brand manager in a leading technology company and a freelance new media/web strategy consultant, he has refocused his blogging from personal, political & sociological observations, to marketing-related efforts and Internet trends that are relevant to his career and branding advocacies.
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