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Sunny's Latest Blogs

Sep.11.2011 - 11:05 am
Ten years ago, I spent most of the September 11, scratching my head and trying to figure out how the assassination of the "Lion of Panjshir," Ahmad Shah Massoud would impact...
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Aug.09.2011 - 11:27 am
For the past three days, I have watched gangs of criminals run wild in the city that I have chosen for my home. Distressing reports of looting, arson, random violence have filled...
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Jun.15.2011 - 4:55 pm
Days after the Amina hoax came to light, and despite the reams of virtual ink wasted by the media on the story, I have found myself feeling furious each time I think of the way...
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May.07.2011 - 5:19 am
Some of you may already know that my father maintains a blog of his own, posting his memories and photos. Since Osama bin Laden's elimination, he has been posting on our days in...
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Comments from Sunny

May.07.2011 - 10:02 am
In response to: Growing Up With an Intelligence Officer for a Dad: Preparations for Pakistan
Thank you for the comment. I never actually thought of having to "deal with" my parents lives. We all live exciting,...
Dec.26.2010 - 1:20 pm
In response to: Speaking as a Non-Christian, Only Grinches Hate Christmas
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Dec.25.2010 - 11:10 am
In response to: Speaking as a Non-Christian, Only Grinches Hate Christmas
I hereby grant you free use of the magnificent word grinchness in all the ways you may devise. A peaceful, serene Xmas...
Dec.09.2010 - 4:29 pm
In response to: Do Sweden's Rape Laws Infantilise Women? (Regardless of Julian Assange)
Hi Ron, The whole prosecution of Assange is a very twisted tale. But what really offends me is the lawyer for the...
Sep.01.2010 - 2:20 am
In response to: Making Myself At Home in the Chateau de Lavigny
Apologies readers. I can't seem to get spaces between the paragraphs. I do realise that this makes reading difficult...

Published Reviews

How They See Us: Meditations on America
Published by San Francisco Chronicle
You can call it the revenge of Edward Said. His 1978 book, "Orientalism," was about how the West sees (and defines) the East. Sept. 11, 2001, flipped the direction of the lens....