Ten years in seven minutes

The noughties in seven minutes.

Via Kottke.

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3 thoughts on “Ten years in seven minutes”

  1. I'll tell you what they missed. The last two months of the decade.
    But fortunately they had just enough about the rest of the world to say that they didn't miss that there are places in the world outside of America and Iraq.

    It's almost depressing looking at the past decade like that. Did those things really happen THAT long ago? Surely not! I remember almost all of them. I can't be that old.

  2. I saw a Sydney Morning Herald flash up, but, you're right, most of the international news directly related to American foreign policy.

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