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Another week, another action-packed series of rousing demonstrations and protests.Mayhem, alienation and chaos have always produced the best art, which is why no one's better equipped than the Lebanese at turning a national crisis into performance art.As events relating to the protests unfold, whatever the reaction, in Lebanon, humor will never be in short supply. In terms of inspiring comedy fodder, in my book, the MTV segment: "Demonstration Etiquette" wins hands down.I must be coming off as all smug and boastful about our local protests, but isn't everyone feeling a little more populist and nationalistic these days? One example is the recent trend of posting scenic images of Lebanon's greener, picturesque spots on social media.
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