RT @justimage: Clinton just said people who “turn guns on own people have no place” in UNHRC. US govt turning guns on Iraqis and Afghans …
RT @SultanAlQassemi Al Jazeera: Misurata is now in the hands of the revolutionaries #Libya
back to #singapore. now let’s play #catchup
My Top 3 Weekly #lastfm artists: Dan Mangan (17), Bishop Allen (4) & Belle and Sebastian (2) #lastfm http://bit.ly/fQeIEW
Already know I need to come back to phenom penh.missing the news however #middleest
Things to do before leaving for #readingweek: 1 essay, 1 group project, finish itinerary, gym , dinner, pack. #eek
#cambodia in 4 hours #travel #excited
“Cap ou pas cap?” comes from a French movie called “Jeux d’enfants”. The literal meaning of the phrase is “Capable or not?”. However, it’s meant more as a dare, and is used to provoke a response, inspire a thought process or simply attract curiosity.