Iran: Death to America but long live Microsoft (and Facebook)

16 Oct

“Yes, and as I was saying we in the Iranian government plan to transfer all of Iran’s centrifuges to the Dimona textile plant in Israel for closer supervision. All those who agree say Ay. No one? forget it then “

If you were looking for a sign that the recent nuclear negotiations between Iran and the P5+1 have been positive, then this must be it:

The P5+1 delegates survived a one hour PowerPoint presentation by Iran’s foreign minister Javad Zarif, and as far as we know no one fell asleep or tried to throw themselves out of the window because of sheer torturous boredom.

Lets face it, some powerpoint presentations can double up as torture techniques at the Guantanamo Bay detention center.

And one hour? Thats quite a long time. Zarif must have had something really interesting things to say. Either that or lets just say that if these negotiations fail the P5+1 delegates will one day have a good shot at winning the next survivor episode.

And don’t you just love the Iranian delegates love for American tech products? Its death to America in Tehran, but not the America of Microsoft PowerPoint and Facebook which Mr Zarif loves to use.

While Mr Zarif and Rouhani are on their western charm offensive, why don’t they just go for the jackpot and get their supporters to chant “death to the Shut Down”?

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