Tuesday, August 09, 2005

From Orange to Black

This website was colored orange before orange was political. Now that the army has distributed the expulsion order to the residents of Gaza, I am switching to black as an expression of sorrow.

May God spare the nation this imminent tragedy by the hands of our misguided leaders.


Batya said...

If you're going to have the black, please make sure you use large enough font to easily read.

Cosmic X said...

NIce protest ZB. The only problem is that the text of the comments are also black, which means you have to "paint" them with your mouse to see them. Maybe try fiddling with your template to fix that.

Zman Biur said...


That depends on the size of your screen, doesn't it?

In any case, I've enlarged it. Better?


Good point... oops! Hope it's fixed now.

DLC said...

Ok, so now black has a political connotation.

Orange, green, blue, red do too.

Anything left?

Zman Biur said...


Cute! Have you tried yellow?

Seriously, though, black has always been a political color, the color of sorrow, protest and mourning. Remember black armbands for Vietnam? Remember the Women in Black?

I don't think I've innovated anything here. Besides, orange and black go well together.

DovBear said...

It's over Biur. Time to stop protesting, time to stop wallowing, and time to begin recovering and doing your part for Jewish unity.

There's good in this, there's good in everything, even if this is 10 miles of cloud, there's still an inch of silver.

Find it and you'll start to feel better.

Zman Biur said...


See my response here.