News, but not the serious kind
Gosh, it looks bigger in the postcards!
Blog Guy, your travel advice is the best! I want to take my family to see those presidents on Mount Rushmore, even though it’s in a very, very remote place.
Yes, let’s be honest. It’s not easy to get to Egypt.
No, I’m pretty sure it’s Egypt, and judging from recent photos, it looks like maybe you should wait until they refurbish it. There’s graffiti, and one of the faces is smashed in.
I mean, President Anwar Sadat still looks okay, but Washington, Jefferson and Lincoln are pretty bad.
What? Are you an idiot? Why would Anwar Sadat be in a grouping of U.S. Presidents?
Well, there’s no explaining who’s going to turn up on a natural stone formation, is there? I guess we’re just lucky Joseph Stalin isn’t up there.
An Egyptian man walks past a defaced giant statue of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak (L) on the outskirts of Cairo August 2, 2011, a day before his trial. The statue also shows (L-R) Egyptian Nobel prize winner Ahmed Zewail, the late Egyptian President Anwar Sadat and Egyptian novelist and Nobel Prize Winner Naguib Mahfouz. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh