Sudan’s military rulers are in talks with opposition leaders about what comes next. Protesters have been demonstrating in the streets for months now. They scored one victory when Sudan’s longtime strongman, Omar al Bashir, stepped down a couple weeks ago.

Just to humor them for a bit, I put on a pair and they made me look like I was wearing something from the Kim Jong Il lineup. The office assistant, who reminded me of the secretary from Ferris Bueller Day Off, gave me VERY high compliments on them. I could barely hold in my mirth after looking in the mirror and had to pretend my wife was calling so I could dodge out of there and get the laughs out in my car..

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