By Ed Zwirn
Read in (New York Post Jan. 24, 2016)
If you own a gas station in the New York metropolitan area, things may be looking up — even as the price of your product is falling.
Long before George W. Bush’s Iraq invasion, the British invaded the Middle East during WWI. Here, in a photo cleared by British censors for publication on or after March 11, 1918, this 6.5″ X 8.5″ photo contained the following caption (seen on back with British censor stamp of approval):
WITH THE TROOPS IN MESOPOTAMIA.
TURKS WHO HAVE BEEN TAKEN PRISONER BEING MARCHED DOWN NEW STREET, BAGHDAD.
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This translation appeared on Feb. 3, 2012 in the Brazilian edition of Computerworld (the original was published in English two days before that as Is the Cloud Really Cheaper?):