Prince baptism, PM Gharibashvili, Top Prosecutor Kbilashvili resigns, Israel visa free, spying, Bacho pardon, Kezerashvili still in, Imerlishvili head of Nat Sec Council, Vano Machavariani to be Margvel’s top foreign ops guy, new Republican head Samnidze, new lender law, anti-junket law, Misha’s house to be Univ, Margvel on BBC, US ambo says UNM is the opposition, flag burning, MTC problem real, misha dolling out passports, tourism numbers up, IMF overview, AmCham to DC, “religious sentiments ” prohibition

4 thoughts on “TBLPOD7nov2013

  1. The MEME this week: A video from a Rustavi2 program “PS” feature has gone viral. The video shows Misha telling a humorous story about David Bagrationi – member of the royal family of Georgia – and his friend. Link: http://goo.gl/CTKv0l

    An article by the editorial board on The New York Times about a test of Georgian democracy. Link: http://goo.gl/n8pE7Z

    An article by Molly Corso on Eurasianet about BI’s future plans. Link: http://goo.gl/XDKl52

    An article by Andrew Rettman in the EUobserver about EU’s concerns if Misha goes on trial. Link: http://goo.gl/1YhWyy

    An article by Julie George in The Washington Post about the opposition parties in Georgia. Link: http://goo.gl/FbptSn

    A blog post by Joshua Levine on The New York Times about new buildings in Tbilisi and the city’s architecture. Link: http://goo.gl/vVajkf

    On Saturday the 11th of November the Georgian- Estonian Movie “Tangerines” with English subtitles shows at the Rustaveli Theater at six.

    On the 10th of November guitarist, keyboardist, composer, Founding Member of URIAH HEEP and the author of some of the biggest hits from 70’s rock music – Ken Hensley will perform in Tbilisi. The concert wil be preceeded by a question-answer session. Then he’ll perform Uriah Heep hits. Tickets cost 40 lari. For additional details visit the facebook page: facebook.com/LocoProm

    If you’re in portland and looking for some great georgian food, go to KargiGogo, the Georgian food cart pod. They sell Badrijani, Lobiani, Khinkali, Khachapuri, and more. Tell your Portland, oregon friends about it. For more info, go to kargigogo.com, or look up @KargiGogoPDX on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

  2. Mr Mullen,
    Maybe you should eat a couple of curry wursts and slam a few shots of schnapps before the next podcast.
    Sheesh, your mumbling put me to sleep, and I didnt wake up until Louie-Louie

  3. Dear mr Walter White, I think you should not do another podcast just on your own. It gets kinda boring when you just read the news. What gave this podcast a real kick was the outspoken personal views of the kinds of mr Dunbar, Mattian, Cameron and of course youself! If you have to do it on your own then spend half of the time reading the news and the other half offering your views about it! otherwise it’s much quicker to turn to civil.ge just to find out what’s going on.

  4. Mr. Mulen,
    I am the managing editor of Veterans Today, and pay close attention Georgia and the Caucas in general. I do also listen to your podcast when I have time. Despite its overly pro-Sakashvili slant, and your overly zealous contributors, especially that girl, I think it does serve a purpose. However, in order to provide a more concise and up-to-date review of political events in Georgia, I fail to understand why you do not have a professional Tbilisi based journalist on your panel. I recommend that you consider Mr. Jeffery Silverman, who you may or may not know, to have an opportunity to share his wealth of knowledge.A long time resident of Georgia and former adviser to Sakashvili and is an expert on all things military, being a decorated solider. In order to improve, you must hear the truth.
    Over and out.
    Jim W Dean

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