Posted by: Liza Rosenberg | April 23, 2009

Tom Lehrer Does Durban II?

Is it just me, or does this week’s Durban II conference in Geneva remind you of Tom Lehrer‘s “National Brotherhood Week” as well?

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  1. […] Tom Lehrer Does Durban II? Tags: brotherhood, Conference, durban, geneva, lehrer, Nation, national-brotherhood, week […]

  2. I love Tom Lehrer. In fact, I’m about to go click the “listen to all these rare Lehrer videos” button as soon as I hit submit. (It sounds a lot more fun than dragging my didn’tsleepnearlyenoughlastnight butt to the gym. Sadly, I’ll still have to go to the gym after I listen, but hopefully the laughing will at least perk me up a bit.)

    On that same vein, a friend sang Rioting in Africa at our local folk club last night – decades later and not a damn thing has changed. It would be funny if it wasn’t so sad.

  3. PS I just discovered that Tom Lehrer wrote the Silent E song from the Electric Company – too cool.

  4. Tom Lehrer remains on-topic. (Cassius Clay? Does anyone else remember that this was Muhammed Ali’s name before he joined the Nation of Islam?)

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