Emirati Requests Copyright protection
Yet another one of my ideas has been stolen.
DUBAI (Dow Jones)--Arab policy makers in the Persian Gulf are turning to eccentric plans in their quest for an alternative shipping route for about a fifth of the world's oil transported through the Strait of Hormuz.
Dubai, home of the Middle East's largest-container port within the Gulf, is the latest Arab sheikdom to study projects to bypass the Hormuz shipping lane that's vulnerable to Iranian attack.
According to a senior Dubai government official, planners have proposed building a giant canal across the desert that could handle the huge oil tankers and freight ships that currently sail through Hormuz.
This article dated June 29, 2005 states that EXACTLY the same project should be constructed. My ideas about the Trans Emirati Railway, the use of solar power, and just about everything else has been taken.
I demand immediate compensation, or else I shall take my revenge by posting some comments of callers on the radio show.
Be warned. You have 48 hours to pay me 1 million in a currency with my face on it or face complete de-mojoization, wherever you are.
I also want a range rover. With big shiny spinning rims.