New York #rabbits

It doesn’t mean much in the end, but my observations on international aviation law have made their way into The Atlantic, Financial Times, and Reuters. I never did make it into the New York Times — that is, not until I started discussing #rabbits.

Next goal: Get #friendlyfascism trending worldwide.

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  1. […] in continuing to read commentary on the “rabbits” debacle and its fallout (see here and here) doesn’t mean my eyes weren’t drawn to Andrew Haine’s (Ethika Politika) critical response to […]

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  2. Owen White
    January 26, 2015

    What I most appreciate about this is that your haters must be fuming that Eastern Orthodoxy gets a rare mention in the NYT, by way of the apostate Gabriel Sanchez.

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    1. Gabriel Sanchez
      January 26, 2015

      Haha. I am trying to spread the ecumenical love.

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  3. Dale
    January 26, 2015

    Oh my goodness…”apostate”…and pray tell Mr White since your name is obviously not “Orthodox” in origin, from which denomination did you “apostate” from?

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    1. Gabriel Sanchez
      January 26, 2015

      Dale,

      I know Owen. He’s being his usual wry self with this one.

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      1. Dale
        January 26, 2015

        Gabriel,

        Yes I figured as much! But apostate is really such a nasty term; usually reserved for those who leave Christianity altogether; much like the former Greek Orthodox Cat Stevens’ conversion to Islam.

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