hazardous? / 体に害?

February 15, 2011

2000Israel001

2000 Israel

Finally, the power of the people removed the Egyptian President.  Israel, which is sharing a border with Egypt is concerned about the future of its neighbouring countries.

This stamp was issued 11 years ago, not concerning the communication and networking which mobile phones are offering now, which are contributing towards change, but rather the so-called ‘micro wave effect’ to your brain, I guess.  It was discussed for a while, but we all forgot about it by now, didn’t we?

親イスラエル派だったムバラク大統領がとうとう退陣し、隣国イスラエルではエジプトの今後の動きと、近隣国の追随を気にかけているようです。

11年前に発行されたこの切手は、今回の政変のようなソーシャル・ネットワーキングでの結束やコミュニケーションの力を懸念したのではなく「電子レンジに頭をつっこんだみたいな」と表現されていた脳への影響などに警告を発しているものと思われます。携帯電話のない生活が想像できない今となっては、みんな忘れてしまってますよね?

4 Responses to “hazardous? / 体に害?”

  1. Jürgen Says:

    you can’t stop technical evolution as they say…

    p.s. I love Israel still using their tabs under their stamps ! :o)

  2. Tomoko Says:

    Yes, I like the way they use tabs around stamps, too. Germans do very nice ones as well,
    https://wellcentred.wordpress.com/2009/12/06/over-the-perforation/

    By the way, your ‘My Blog List’ function is superb. What is the secret to have thumbnail in that column? Size of the main picture?

  3. Jürgen Says:

    it’s an option offered by Blogger. As your blog is hosted by WordPress, it seems that Blogger don’t really like it and don’t allow a thumbnail to be shown😦 I wish it worked with all blog providers but it doesn’t😦 sorry…

  4. Tomoko Says:

    Thanks, Jürgen for your answer. OK, let’s wait for the friendly agreement between two blog hosts!

    Have a good week.


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