Sorry Everybody: An Apology to the World for the Re-election of George W. Bush
Twenty-year-old US college student James Zetlen launched sorryeverybody.com on November 4th 2004, as an outlet for Americans to express their disappointment (and, sometimes, outrage) about the political situation in their country and how it will affect people around the world for the next four years. To date, more than 26,000 people have uploaded their thoughts, images, and opinions onto the site. Sorryeverybody.com has become a phenomenon, receiving more than 80 million hits from people around the world. After announcing the book project on the site, Zetlen reported receiving more than 700 comments in just a few hours. The Sorry Everybody book will be published in the UK and Europe to coincide with George W. Bush's inauguration and will feature images that reflect the apologetic and frustrated feelings of many Americans after the 2004 election.
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