LOOOLLL. Now I know why you still have hope in you.
That’s some funny **** right there!
Good one QN!
Are you sure that you didn’t have any 7asheeshe before starting writing your epic ??! 🙂
Haha! So true and awesome.
this is genius – good to see Maya back in the mix!
Well done! Hilarious
Amazing Work 😀
A BIG LOL with sorrow, gr8 Job.
Hilarious but tragic to see how comfortable everyone is with the status-quo
Extremely hilarious.. I have to retweet this 🙂
Amazing.. Loved the avatars 🙂
Loved it. Thanks Ammalgam and Qifa 🙂
I echo all what has been said. My favourite though is the weathervane. That was a stroke of genius :-).
Fouad A. Mehsen, I love your gr8. (I am starting to believe in a generation gap)
Excellent ! : )
hahahahaha beautifully executed!!
Great piece. Was laughing the whole way through it.
….A moment in the memory of those who sacrificed their lives to afford us the freedom we enjoy today.
LOL, great stuff, haven’t laughed about these guys since … well, I’ve never laughed about these guys. I just wish someone from Hezbollah would have tweeted too!
well done to you both, that was great
Great fun QN thanks for the laugh… on another subject heres a quote from Al Akhbar about the “celebration” that took place at the Je’eeta entrance after losing the bid to be listed as one of the World Wonders
في البداية كان هناك عاملتان سمراوان جميلتان، تلتقطان الصور الفوتوغرافية، قرب البالونات. لوّحتا بالأعلام اللبنانية بلا كلل. وكان مؤسفاً، أن المسؤولين طلبوا منهما في مرحلة لاحقة، توزيع القمصان البيضاء، التي كتب عليها «جعيتا»، على الحاضرين. وعندما استفسرنا، علمنا أنهما لا تعملان في المغارة، وليستا من الموظفات هناك. وقد طلب منهما أن تعملا استخفافاً بجنسيتهما.
This is what Lebanon and the Lebanese (not just their politicians) should be recognized for.
So the Arab League did manage to find its vertebra and freeze Syrian membership. It is becoming clearer each day that this Syrian regime has no interest in introducing any meaningful reforms but instead wants to buy time in order to liquidate its opposition. What the Bath does not recognize is that the opposition is the majority.
As we have said many times before the Bath has already lost , even if it manages to stay in power. Who would have dared suggest to Bashar eight months ago: adopt a completely new Syrian constitution, have a free multiparty system, have regularly scheduled parliamentary elections and hold presidential elections .? The Bath cannot reform itself to become what it is not built to be and so no dictatorship can become a genuine democracy.
Bashar might have to celebrate the New Year in a Medireanean island. That would be the greatest New Year celebration for the Syrian people in general and for the Homsis in particular. How does one acquire a Homsi citizenship/:-)
And how ironic it would be if the lion of Syria was brought down by the Homsees. Add to that the fact of Steve Jobs’ fathers origin, and the Arab version of the Irishman becomes the pride of the region.
50 years of civil education is required before Lebanese start to grasp the civil rights of others (so that they have a chance to understand theirs).
That is a wonderful insight. Mr. Jobs is 50% Homsi and so the smart phone as a subversive tool is not alien at all in Syria. Bravo.
How sad the shameful stance of Lebanon vis a vis the Syrian issue at the Arab League.
And ever sadder the comments made by Mikati and Suleiman on the matter.
I’m not a big fan of Hariri, but his statement today rings true. Lebanon is officially siding with murder and oppression.
@G.K I think u have reqs, courage, intellect, & wit. ask Aboud for app #HOMSI #CITIZENSHIP @ABOUD
@QN u too, #HOMSI #CITIZENSHIP @ABOUD
I did speak to this issue in a longer post a few hours ago:
Thanks Gus. Good write up.
Also. This brought to mind QN’s Twitter parody…Not too far off, I guess.
On the subject of Twitter… I believe Saad Harriri has been more eloquent, direct and relevant via Twitter remarks than all his speeches, interviews, and political rants during his tenure.
I think he found his niche!
Re: 33…Off course as most likely someone else is “tweeting” for him..:D
Hahaha, this is amazing! Qifa Nabki and Maya Zankoul collaborations are brilliant and should probably be a weekly installment!
LOL!! 😀 You guys rock! That’s the best Timeline ever!! 😀
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