There have been a few times in my life when I've watched the news and realized that what's unfolding before me will one day end up in a history book the next generation will have in their high school lockers. This is one of those times. Unless you've been under a rock, you know that there have been constant protests in Egypt for the last 17 days. It seems today is the day the change that so many have demonstrated for will happen. But what if that change means the Egyptian military becomes in charge of the country? What does that mean for the United states? CNN reports:
I'm currently digging around, trying to find out how the change in Egypt will affect us here in San Diego County. If you believe your life will change, let me know. Post a comment, for gosh sakes.
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