Recap - Most Viewed, Most Discussed, etc.

Nearly halfway through the online release of Hometown Baghdad, I wanted to take a moment to point out the blog posts and videos that have generated the most interest on our site.

Most Viewed Hometown Baghdad Episodes on Youtube

1. Songs of Pain

2. Symphony of Bullets

3. The Dentist

Most Viewed Posts on Hometownbaghdad.com

1. Episode 11 - Saif Heart Noor
2. The first three webisodes of Hometown Baghdad
3. Episode 10 - Mentally F’ed Up

Most Discussed Posts on Hometownbaghdad.com

1. The first three webisodes of Hometown Baghdad
2. Security
3. Saif Heart Noor

7 Responses to “Recap - Most Viewed, Most Discussed, etc.”

  1. chong Says:

    just saw this site on cnn. glad to see something real for once on the news, other than bs propaganda from the right wing telling us that iran is a threat and people are building nukes. truth is, we are the ones building the most when we agreed to build less. it is sad what we are doing to arabs around the world. and people need to stop putting responsibility on bush because we are all responsible for what is going on to a certain degree.

  2. David Says:

    Chong,

    You’re very conscientious. You’re right, we can’t claim to want to modernize Arab countries and at the same time harbor a popular culture animus toward the populations of those countries. Dialogue, exchange programs, targeted assistance with things like infrastructure, medicine, educational assistance etc. would be far cheaper and far more beneficial to gaining allies in the Arab world. Not to mention that it’s the right thing to do. And while we’re at it, we could be spending a fraction of $100 billion around the world helping all developing nations and garner the status of beloved country (to our benefit) rather than one of the most despised.

    Meanwhile, this seems to be our priority in Iraq:
    http://www.law.com/jsp/tal/PubArticleTAL.jsp?id=1177491865424

  3. Eric Says:

    I am glad to be able to hear from real people and have it not filtered by the media. It is the honesty and the frankness that is what makes these guys compelling. Keep on going and Adel I hope one day soon to hear the music you make out of everything you have been through.

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  5. Tegan Says:

    Keep up the good work!

  6. Zaid Says:

    Mike …..u smart guy , its really nice to make more than one view inside the same site , keep smiling ,
    Regard for all

    Cheers Mike and Tegan

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    xbox 360 review…

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