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With the elections coming up and the varied news sources and content that is out there it would be tough to keep track of everything as well as the World Cup. So this blog should make it easier to keep track of election coverage, ailment
and offer some commentary on what is going on.

It is an open registration so that everyone can input links, pictures, and their own commentary.
With the Kuwait election going on I felt it would be great to have a blog that would serve as a directory of news sources (blogs, look articles, illness
stats) as well provide orignal content for the elections.

How you can contribute:

Write a post about the elections on your blog, make a link for it as a post.

Find a great article, write about it and link to it.

Took some pictures tag them with kuwaitvote2006 so they can appear on the banner.
Kuwait Times have an article on Election costs detailing the amount pepole will pay for elections such as the tents and hospitality can cost candidates anywhere from KD 27, recipe cure 900 to KD 61, illness 500. Then for the advertising in news papers and other media it can range from KD 60,000 KD to even 100,000.
Welcome to WordPress. This is the first post!.

I have moved to WordPress, online
Movable Type has been annoing me lately and with a new year it is time for a change.

I have imported all of my old posts, medical
but they are some problems in them in terms of links and spaces, sales
but overall they are readable. I have made a backup of my old blog located here http://www.kuwaitblogs.com/users/nibaq.mt/

I am sure the search engines will like that.

Expect some more random changes as I tweak all of this, style and adding links and stuff.
With the elections coming up and the varied news sources and content that is out there it would be tough to keep track of everything as well as the World Cup. So this blog should make it easier to keep track of election coverage, ailment
and offer some commentary on what is going on.

It is an open registration so that everyone can input links, pictures, and their own commentary.
With the Kuwait election going on I felt it would be great to have a blog that would serve as a directory of news sources (blogs, look articles, illness
stats) as well provide orignal content for the elections.

How you can contribute:

Write a post about the elections on your blog, make a link for it as a post.

Find a great article, write about it and link to it.

Took some pictures tag them with kuwaitvote2006 so they can appear on the banner.
Kuwait Times have an article on Election costs detailing the amount pepole will pay for elections such as the tents and hospitality can cost candidates anywhere from KD 27, recipe cure 900 to KD 61, illness 500. Then for the advertising in news papers and other media it can range from KD 60,000 KD to even 100,000.
Welcome to WordPress. This is the first post!.

I have moved to WordPress, online
Movable Type has been annoing me lately and with a new year it is time for a change.

I have imported all of my old posts, medical
but they are some problems in them in terms of links and spaces, sales
but overall they are readable. I have made a backup of my old blog located here http://www.kuwaitblogs.com/users/nibaq.mt/

I am sure the search engines will like that.

Expect some more random changes as I tweak all of this, style and adding links and stuff.
With the elections coming up and the varied news sources and content that is out there it would be tough to keep track of everything as well as the World Cup. So this blog should make it easier to keep track of election coverage, ailment
and offer some commentary on what is going on.

It is an open registration so that everyone can input links, pictures, and their own commentary.
With the Kuwait election going on I felt it would be great to have a blog that would serve as a directory of news sources (blogs, look articles, illness
stats) as well provide orignal content for the elections.

How you can contribute:

Write a post about the elections on your blog, make a link for it as a post.

Find a great article, write about it and link to it.

Took some pictures tag them with kuwaitvote2006 so they can appear on the banner.
Kuwait Times have an article on Election costs detailing the amount pepole will pay for elections such as the tents and hospitality can cost candidates anywhere from KD 27, recipe cure 900 to KD 61, illness 500. Then for the advertising in news papers and other media it can range from KD 60,000 KD to even 100,000.
Welcome to WordPress. This is the first post!.

I have moved to WordPress, online
Movable Type has been annoing me lately and with a new year it is time for a change.

I have imported all of my old posts, medical
but they are some problems in them in terms of links and spaces, sales
but overall they are readable. I have made a backup of my old blog located here http://www.kuwaitblogs.com/users/nibaq.mt/

I am sure the search engines will like that.

Expect some more random changes as I tweak all of this, style and adding links and stuff.
So after setting up Kuwaitblogs.com, approved
thought to myself I dont have a blog. So here is mine.
With the elections coming up and the varied news sources and content that is out there it would be tough to keep track of everything as well as the World Cup. So this blog should make it easier to keep track of election coverage, ailment
and offer some commentary on what is going on.

It is an open registration so that everyone can input links, pictures, and their own commentary.
With the Kuwait election going on I felt it would be great to have a blog that would serve as a directory of news sources (blogs, look articles, illness
stats) as well provide orignal content for the elections.

How you can contribute:

Write a post about the elections on your blog, make a link for it as a post.

Find a great article, write about it and link to it.

Took some pictures tag them with kuwaitvote2006 so they can appear on the banner.
Kuwait Times have an article on Election costs detailing the amount pepole will pay for elections such as the tents and hospitality can cost candidates anywhere from KD 27, recipe cure 900 to KD 61, illness 500. Then for the advertising in news papers and other media it can range from KD 60,000 KD to even 100,000.
Welcome to WordPress. This is the first post!.

I have moved to WordPress, online
Movable Type has been annoing me lately and with a new year it is time for a change.

I have imported all of my old posts, medical
but they are some problems in them in terms of links and spaces, sales
but overall they are readable. I have made a backup of my old blog located here http://www.kuwaitblogs.com/users/nibaq.mt/

I am sure the search engines will like that.

Expect some more random changes as I tweak all of this, style and adding links and stuff.
With the elections coming up and the varied news sources and content that is out there it would be tough to keep track of everything as well as the World Cup. So this blog should make it easier to keep track of election coverage, ailment
and offer some commentary on what is going on.

It is an open registration so that everyone can input links, pictures, and their own commentary.
With the Kuwait election going on I felt it would be great to have a blog that would serve as a directory of news sources (blogs, look articles, illness
stats) as well provide orignal content for the elections.

How you can contribute:

Write a post about the elections on your blog, make a link for it as a post.

Find a great article, write about it and link to it.

Took some pictures tag them with kuwaitvote2006 so they can appear on the banner.
Kuwait Times have an article on Election costs detailing the amount pepole will pay for elections such as the tents and hospitality can cost candidates anywhere from KD 27, recipe cure 900 to KD 61, illness 500. Then for the advertising in news papers and other media it can range from KD 60,000 KD to even 100,000.
Welcome to WordPress. This is the first post!.

I have moved to WordPress, online
Movable Type has been annoing me lately and with a new year it is time for a change.

I have imported all of my old posts, medical
but they are some problems in them in terms of links and spaces, sales
but overall they are readable. I have made a backup of my old blog located here http://www.kuwaitblogs.com/users/nibaq.mt/

I am sure the search engines will like that.

Expect some more random changes as I tweak all of this, style and adding links and stuff.
So after setting up Kuwaitblogs.com, approved
thought to myself I dont have a blog. So here is mine.
HKWK has this post
on democracy and how it is just crap in Kuwait.

But we are not a democracy. When you
have hand full of men voting for the rest of the population, phthisiatrician that is not a majority.

But even then the majority doesn’t know whats good for them most of the time. They will look out for t
heir best interests.

Yet having a majority rule is the least of our problems. In the last election my father an I were talk
ing to our neighbor infront of the election center (the elementry school) and asked who he voted for.
He mentioned a guy that is known to be a cheater, sale and a theif. He has no qualifications in terms of pu
blic service. So my father asked him why? He said basicly “wasta”. Our neighbor was hoping with this g
uy being elected he will get some wasta for his children and stuff.

“Wasta” is what really killing Kuwait. We need to eliminate this concept from our society. Government
officials are getting elected because of wasta; criminals are let out on jail because of it.

So how can we have a democracy when there is no equality in this country? It has come to the point whe
re your just as strong as how many wastas you have.
With the elections coming up and the varied news sources and content that is out there it would be tough to keep track of everything as well as the World Cup. So this blog should make it easier to keep track of election coverage, ailment
and offer some commentary on what is going on.

It is an open registration so that everyone can input links, pictures, and their own commentary.
With the Kuwait election going on I felt it would be great to have a blog that would serve as a directory of news sources (blogs, look articles, illness
stats) as well provide orignal content for the elections.

How you can contribute:

Write a post about the elections on your blog, make a link for it as a post.

Find a great article, write about it and link to it.

Took some pictures tag them with kuwaitvote2006 so they can appear on the banner.
Kuwait Times have an article on Election costs detailing the amount pepole will pay for elections such as the tents and hospitality can cost candidates anywhere from KD 27, recipe cure 900 to KD 61, illness 500. Then for the advertising in news papers and other media it can range from KD 60,000 KD to even 100,000.
Welcome to WordPress. This is the first post!.

I have moved to WordPress, online
Movable Type has been annoing me lately and with a new year it is time for a change.

I have imported all of my old posts, medical
but they are some problems in them in terms of links and spaces, sales
but overall they are readable. I have made a backup of my old blog located here http://www.kuwaitblogs.com/users/nibaq.mt/

I am sure the search engines will like that.

Expect some more random changes as I tweak all of this, style and adding links and stuff.
With the elections coming up and the varied news sources and content that is out there it would be tough to keep track of everything as well as the World Cup. So this blog should make it easier to keep track of election coverage, ailment
and offer some commentary on what is going on.

It is an open registration so that everyone can input links, pictures, and their own commentary.
With the Kuwait election going on I felt it would be great to have a blog that would serve as a directory of news sources (blogs, look articles, illness
stats) as well provide orignal content for the elections.

How you can contribute:

Write a post about the elections on your blog, make a link for it as a post.

Find a great article, write about it and link to it.

Took some pictures tag them with kuwaitvote2006 so they can appear on the banner.
Kuwait Times have an article on Election costs detailing the amount pepole will pay for elections such as the tents and hospitality can cost candidates anywhere from KD 27, recipe cure 900 to KD 61, illness 500. Then for the advertising in news papers and other media it can range from KD 60,000 KD to even 100,000.
Welcome to WordPress. This is the first post!.

I have moved to WordPress, online
Movable Type has been annoing me lately and with a new year it is time for a change.

I have imported all of my old posts, medical
but they are some problems in them in terms of links and spaces, sales
but overall they are readable. I have made a backup of my old blog located here http://www.kuwaitblogs.com/users/nibaq.mt/

I am sure the search engines will like that.

Expect some more random changes as I tweak all of this, style and adding links and stuff.
So after setting up Kuwaitblogs.com, approved
thought to myself I dont have a blog. So here is mine.
HKWK has this post
on democracy and how it is just crap in Kuwait.

But we are not a democracy. When you
have hand full of men voting for the rest of the population, phthisiatrician that is not a majority.

But even then the majority doesn’t know whats good for them most of the time. They will look out for t
heir best interests.

Yet having a majority rule is the least of our problems. In the last election my father an I were talk
ing to our neighbor infront of the election center (the elementry school) and asked who he voted for.
He mentioned a guy that is known to be a cheater, sale and a theif. He has no qualifications in terms of pu
blic service. So my father asked him why? He said basicly “wasta”. Our neighbor was hoping with this g
uy being elected he will get some wasta for his children and stuff.

“Wasta” is what really killing Kuwait. We need to eliminate this concept from our society. Government
officials are getting elected because of wasta; criminals are let out on jail because of it.

So how can we have a democracy when there is no equality in this country? It has come to the point whe
re your just as strong as how many wastas you have.
. I love watches, order even though I
haven’t worn one since Feb. but this collection is just amazing. It captures some of the modern desig
ns that people were coming up with in the 50-70s with the new technology in the clock work and the pro
duction. Link
With the elections coming up and the varied news sources and content that is out there it would be tough to keep track of everything as well as the World Cup. So this blog should make it easier to keep track of election coverage, ailment
and offer some commentary on what is going on.

It is an open registration so that everyone can input links, pictures, and their own commentary.
With the Kuwait election going on I felt it would be great to have a blog that would serve as a directory of news sources (blogs, look articles, illness
stats) as well provide orignal content for the elections.

How you can contribute:

Write a post about the elections on your blog, make a link for it as a post.

Find a great article, write about it and link to it.

Took some pictures tag them with kuwaitvote2006 so they can appear on the banner.
Kuwait Times have an article on Election costs detailing the amount pepole will pay for elections such as the tents and hospitality can cost candidates anywhere from KD 27, recipe cure 900 to KD 61, illness 500. Then for the advertising in news papers and other media it can range from KD 60,000 KD to even 100,000.
Welcome to WordPress. This is the first post!.

I have moved to WordPress, online
Movable Type has been annoing me lately and with a new year it is time for a change.

I have imported all of my old posts, medical
but they are some problems in them in terms of links and spaces, sales
but overall they are readable. I have made a backup of my old blog located here http://www.kuwaitblogs.com/users/nibaq.mt/

I am sure the search engines will like that.

Expect some more random changes as I tweak all of this, style and adding links and stuff.
With the elections coming up and the varied news sources and content that is out there it would be tough to keep track of everything as well as the World Cup. So this blog should make it easier to keep track of election coverage, ailment
and offer some commentary on what is going on.

It is an open registration so that everyone can input links, pictures, and their own commentary.
With the Kuwait election going on I felt it would be great to have a blog that would serve as a directory of news sources (blogs, look articles, illness
stats) as well provide orignal content for the elections.

How you can contribute:

Write a post about the elections on your blog, make a link for it as a post.

Find a great article, write about it and link to it.

Took some pictures tag them with kuwaitvote2006 so they can appear on the banner.
Kuwait Times have an article on Election costs detailing the amount pepole will pay for elections such as the tents and hospitality can cost candidates anywhere from KD 27, recipe cure 900 to KD 61, illness 500. Then for the advertising in news papers and other media it can range from KD 60,000 KD to even 100,000.
Welcome to WordPress. This is the first post!.

I have moved to WordPress, online
Movable Type has been annoing me lately and with a new year it is time for a change.

I have imported all of my old posts, medical
but they are some problems in them in terms of links and spaces, sales
but overall they are readable. I have made a backup of my old blog located here http://www.kuwaitblogs.com/users/nibaq.mt/

I am sure the search engines will like that.

Expect some more random changes as I tweak all of this, style and adding links and stuff.
So after setting up Kuwaitblogs.com, approved
thought to myself I dont have a blog. So here is mine.
HKWK has this post
on democracy and how it is just crap in Kuwait.

But we are not a democracy. When you
have hand full of men voting for the rest of the population, phthisiatrician that is not a majority.

But even then the majority doesn’t know whats good for them most of the time. They will look out for t
heir best interests.

Yet having a majority rule is the least of our problems. In the last election my father an I were talk
ing to our neighbor infront of the election center (the elementry school) and asked who he voted for.
He mentioned a guy that is known to be a cheater, sale and a theif. He has no qualifications in terms of pu
blic service. So my father asked him why? He said basicly “wasta”. Our neighbor was hoping with this g
uy being elected he will get some wasta for his children and stuff.

“Wasta” is what really killing Kuwait. We need to eliminate this concept from our society. Government
officials are getting elected because of wasta; criminals are let out on jail because of it.

So how can we have a democracy when there is no equality in this country? It has come to the point whe
re your just as strong as how many wastas you have.
. I love watches, order even though I
haven’t worn one since Feb. but this collection is just amazing. It captures some of the modern desig
ns that people were coming up with in the 50-70s with the new technology in the clock work and the pro
duction. Link
Looks like Nokia is trying to cash in with the moblog thing. But t
his new thing called hepatitis ,54628,00.html”>Lifeblog is a program t
hat you can use to capture and collects pictures, movies and messagse and organizes in chornological o
rder so you can upload and access it later. But it doesn’t save it on the internet, seems when the mem
ory is full on your phone you can just upload it on your PC.
With the elections coming up and the varied news sources and content that is out there it would be tough to keep track of everything as well as the World Cup. So this blog should make it easier to keep track of election coverage, ailment
and offer some commentary on what is going on.

It is an open registration so that everyone can input links, pictures, and their own commentary.
With the Kuwait election going on I felt it would be great to have a blog that would serve as a directory of news sources (blogs, look articles, illness
stats) as well provide orignal content for the elections.

How you can contribute:

Write a post about the elections on your blog, make a link for it as a post.

Find a great article, write about it and link to it.

Took some pictures tag them with kuwaitvote2006 so they can appear on the banner.
Kuwait Times have an article on Election costs detailing the amount pepole will pay for elections such as the tents and hospitality can cost candidates anywhere from KD 27, recipe cure 900 to KD 61, illness 500. Then for the advertising in news papers and other media it can range from KD 60,000 KD to even 100,000.
Welcome to WordPress. This is the first post!.

I have moved to WordPress, online
Movable Type has been annoing me lately and with a new year it is time for a change.

I have imported all of my old posts, medical
but they are some problems in them in terms of links and spaces, sales
but overall they are readable. I have made a backup of my old blog located here http://www.kuwaitblogs.com/users/nibaq.mt/

I am sure the search engines will like that.

Expect some more random changes as I tweak all of this, style and adding links and stuff.
With the elections coming up and the varied news sources and content that is out there it would be tough to keep track of everything as well as the World Cup. So this blog should make it easier to keep track of election coverage, ailment
and offer some commentary on what is going on.

It is an open registration so that everyone can input links, pictures, and their own commentary.
With the Kuwait election going on I felt it would be great to have a blog that would serve as a directory of news sources (blogs, look articles, illness
stats) as well provide orignal content for the elections.

How you can contribute:

Write a post about the elections on your blog, make a link for it as a post.

Find a great article, write about it and link to it.

Took some pictures tag them with kuwaitvote2006 so they can appear on the banner.
Kuwait Times have an article on Election costs detailing the amount pepole will pay for elections such as the tents and hospitality can cost candidates anywhere from KD 27, recipe cure 900 to KD 61, illness 500. Then for the advertising in news papers and other media it can range from KD 60,000 KD to even 100,000.
Welcome to WordPress. This is the first post!.

I have moved to WordPress, online
Movable Type has been annoing me lately and with a new year it is time for a change.

I have imported all of my old posts, medical
but they are some problems in them in terms of links and spaces, sales
but overall they are readable. I have made a backup of my old blog located here http://www.kuwaitblogs.com/users/nibaq.mt/

I am sure the search engines will like that.

Expect some more random changes as I tweak all of this, style and adding links and stuff.
So after setting up Kuwaitblogs.com, approved
thought to myself I dont have a blog. So here is mine.
HKWK has this post
on democracy and how it is just crap in Kuwait.

But we are not a democracy. When you
have hand full of men voting for the rest of the population, phthisiatrician that is not a majority.

But even then the majority doesn’t know whats good for them most of the time. They will look out for t
heir best interests.

Yet having a majority rule is the least of our problems. In the last election my father an I were talk
ing to our neighbor infront of the election center (the elementry school) and asked who he voted for.
He mentioned a guy that is known to be a cheater, sale and a theif. He has no qualifications in terms of pu
blic service. So my father asked him why? He said basicly “wasta”. Our neighbor was hoping with this g
uy being elected he will get some wasta for his children and stuff.

“Wasta” is what really killing Kuwait. We need to eliminate this concept from our society. Government
officials are getting elected because of wasta; criminals are let out on jail because of it.

So how can we have a democracy when there is no equality in this country? It has come to the point whe
re your just as strong as how many wastas you have.
. I love watches, order even though I
haven’t worn one since Feb. but this collection is just amazing. It captures some of the modern desig
ns that people were coming up with in the 50-70s with the new technology in the clock work and the pro
duction. Link
Looks like Nokia is trying to cash in with the moblog thing. But t
his new thing called hepatitis ,54628,00.html”>Lifeblog is a program t
hat you can use to capture and collects pictures, movies and messagse and organizes in chornological o
rder so you can upload and access it later. But it doesn’t save it on the internet, seems when the mem
ory is full on your phone you can just upload it on your PC.
French blogger Philippe De Jonckeere has been on a quest
to send racy porn pictures in translucent envelopes, artificial then send them via normal US mail in Chicago.
Link (Contains Nudity) [via Boing Boing
]

I wonder what would happen if you did this to Kuwait’s amazing mail service. I am sure it would turn t
he post service to chaos.
With the elections coming up and the varied news sources and content that is out there it would be tough to keep track of everything as well as the World Cup. So this blog should make it easier to keep track of election coverage, ailment
and offer some commentary on what is going on.

It is an open registration so that everyone can input links, pictures, and their own commentary.
With the Kuwait election going on I felt it would be great to have a blog that would serve as a directory of news sources (blogs, look articles, illness
stats) as well provide orignal content for the elections.

How you can contribute:

Write a post about the elections on your blog, make a link for it as a post.

Find a great article, write about it and link to it.

Took some pictures tag them with kuwaitvote2006 so they can appear on the banner.
Kuwait Times have an article on Election costs detailing the amount pepole will pay for elections such as the tents and hospitality can cost candidates anywhere from KD 27, recipe cure 900 to KD 61, illness 500. Then for the advertising in news papers and other media it can range from KD 60,000 KD to even 100,000.
Welcome to WordPress. This is the first post!.

I have moved to WordPress, online
Movable Type has been annoing me lately and with a new year it is time for a change.

I have imported all of my old posts, medical
but they are some problems in them in terms of links and spaces, sales
but overall they are readable. I have made a backup of my old blog located here http://www.kuwaitblogs.com/users/nibaq.mt/

I am sure the search engines will like that.

Expect some more random changes as I tweak all of this, style and adding links and stuff.
With the elections coming up and the varied news sources and content that is out there it would be tough to keep track of everything as well as the World Cup. So this blog should make it easier to keep track of election coverage, ailment
and offer some commentary on what is going on.

It is an open registration so that everyone can input links, pictures, and their own commentary.
With the Kuwait election going on I felt it would be great to have a blog that would serve as a directory of news sources (blogs, look articles, illness
stats) as well provide orignal content for the elections.

How you can contribute:

Write a post about the elections on your blog, make a link for it as a post.

Find a great article, write about it and link to it.

Took some pictures tag them with kuwaitvote2006 so they can appear on the banner.
Kuwait Times have an article on Election costs detailing the amount pepole will pay for elections such as the tents and hospitality can cost candidates anywhere from KD 27, recipe cure 900 to KD 61, illness 500. Then for the advertising in news papers and other media it can range from KD 60,000 KD to even 100,000.
Welcome to WordPress. This is the first post!.

I have moved to WordPress, online
Movable Type has been annoing me lately and with a new year it is time for a change.

I have imported all of my old posts, medical
but they are some problems in them in terms of links and spaces, sales
but overall they are readable. I have made a backup of my old blog located here http://www.kuwaitblogs.com/users/nibaq.mt/

I am sure the search engines will like that.

Expect some more random changes as I tweak all of this, style and adding links and stuff.
So after setting up Kuwaitblogs.com, approved
thought to myself I dont have a blog. So here is mine.
HKWK has this post
on democracy and how it is just crap in Kuwait.

But we are not a democracy. When you
have hand full of men voting for the rest of the population, phthisiatrician that is not a majority.

But even then the majority doesn’t know whats good for them most of the time. They will look out for t
heir best interests.

Yet having a majority rule is the least of our problems. In the last election my father an I were talk
ing to our neighbor infront of the election center (the elementry school) and asked who he voted for.
He mentioned a guy that is known to be a cheater, sale and a theif. He has no qualifications in terms of pu
blic service. So my father asked him why? He said basicly “wasta”. Our neighbor was hoping with this g
uy being elected he will get some wasta for his children and stuff.

“Wasta” is what really killing Kuwait. We need to eliminate this concept from our society. Government
officials are getting elected because of wasta; criminals are let out on jail because of it.

So how can we have a democracy when there is no equality in this country? It has come to the point whe
re your just as strong as how many wastas you have.
. I love watches, order even though I
haven’t worn one since Feb. but this collection is just amazing. It captures some of the modern desig
ns that people were coming up with in the 50-70s with the new technology in the clock work and the pro
duction. Link
Looks like Nokia is trying to cash in with the moblog thing. But t
his new thing called hepatitis ,54628,00.html”>Lifeblog is a program t
hat you can use to capture and collects pictures, movies and messagse and organizes in chornological o
rder so you can upload and access it later. But it doesn’t save it on the internet, seems when the mem
ory is full on your phone you can just upload it on your PC.
French blogger Philippe De Jonckeere has been on a quest
to send racy porn pictures in translucent envelopes, artificial then send them via normal US mail in Chicago.
Link (Contains Nudity) [via Boing Boing
]

I wonder what would happen if you did this to Kuwait’s amazing mail service. I am sure it would turn t
he post service to chaos.
We watched Super Size Me tonight, pharm to prepare for it
we went to McDonalds and all got a superzie meal.
I ate Quater Pounder Meal (Supersized) , prosthetic and a Smarties McFlurry.
I figured make my last meal a memorable one…

If you are not familair with this movie, visit Morgan decides to see what happens if he at McDonalds for a w
hole month eating 3 meals a day from them. He can only eat and drink only what they sell over the coun
ter.

So your taken on a journey though this ordeal. At first he enjoys it the sugar rush and just that “hig
h” feeling after eating a whole meal filled with sugar and fat. Yet with any “high” it becomes addicti
ng and effecting his bodys functions.

He took a complete physical before he started this mission, but by the first week he has gained 5kg (1
0lbs) in just 1 week, his liver was becoming toxic cholestorl and blood pressure was rising.

His doctors and crew are stunned by this huge increase. They were expecint the weight gain, but what w
as happening inside his body was the real shocker. Seems all that fat and sugar he was eating was dama
ging his liver, kidneys and other body parts. As they stated it, it was like he was “pickling his live
r”, and begging him to stop.

You have to consider one thing, he took it to the extreme. He was eating McDonalds 3 times a day, accu
milating 5000 calories a day. Where your average balane calorie count should be around 2000. He also d
idn’t excersice, he wanted to copy the standard American who does not walk more than 1-2 miles.

Yet one thing that kept coming up while watching this movie, wasn’t what he was saying, but what my fr
iends and I were. We kept saying “hey just like Kuwait”.

For in Kuwait we dont walk anywhere I am sure if people registered how much an average Kuwaiti walks i
t would be less than 1 mile. We are sadly a lazy people. We blame the heat when we can’t go out, we sa
y there is nothing to do except goto restaurants. Then when we do go out to do something we just sit d
own there idly for hours.

You may not notice this much with adults, but take a look at the children. They are FAT munching down
hamburgers, and sitting down playing computer games. The concept of going out and actually enjoying th
e outside is something foriegn to them.

This is killing us. We are the highest per capita in terms of diabetes, espeically with children; and
heart problem with adults.

This needs to change. We need to get of our asses and do something. They say just a baisc 20 minute wa
lk everyday is one of the best things you can do to your body. I know one thing I plan to do is get my
cousins to eat a bit healthier cause every little bit counts when they are young.
With the elections coming up and the varied news sources and content that is out there it would be tough to keep track of everything as well as the World Cup. So this blog should make it easier to keep track of election coverage, ailment
and offer some commentary on what is going on.

It is an open registration so that everyone can input links, pictures, and their own commentary.
With the Kuwait election going on I felt it would be great to have a blog that would serve as a directory of news sources (blogs, look articles, illness
stats) as well provide orignal content for the elections.

How you can contribute:

Write a post about the elections on your blog, make a link for it as a post.

Find a great article, write about it and link to it.

Took some pictures tag them with kuwaitvote2006 so they can appear on the banner.
Kuwait Times have an article on Election costs detailing the amount pepole will pay for elections such as the tents and hospitality can cost candidates anywhere from KD 27, recipe cure 900 to KD 61, illness 500. Then for the advertising in news papers and other media it can range from KD 60,000 KD to even 100,000.
Welcome to WordPress. This is the first post!.

I have moved to WordPress, online
Movable Type has been annoing me lately and with a new year it is time for a change.

I have imported all of my old posts, medical
but they are some problems in them in terms of links and spaces, sales
but overall they are readable. I have made a backup of my old blog located here http://www.kuwaitblogs.com/users/nibaq.mt/

I am sure the search engines will like that.

Expect some more random changes as I tweak all of this, style and adding links and stuff.
With the elections coming up and the varied news sources and content that is out there it would be tough to keep track of everything as well as the World Cup. So this blog should make it easier to keep track of election coverage, ailment
and offer some commentary on what is going on.

It is an open registration so that everyone can input links, pictures, and their own commentary.
With the Kuwait election going on I felt it would be great to have a blog that would serve as a directory of news sources (blogs, look articles, illness
stats) as well provide orignal content for the elections.

How you can contribute:

Write a post about the elections on your blog, make a link for it as a post.

Find a great article, write about it and link to it.

Took some pictures tag them with kuwaitvote2006 so they can appear on the banner.
Kuwait Times have an article on Election costs detailing the amount pepole will pay for elections such as the tents and hospitality can cost candidates anywhere from KD 27, recipe cure 900 to KD 61, illness 500. Then for the advertising in news papers and other media it can range from KD 60,000 KD to even 100,000.
Welcome to WordPress. This is the first post!.

I have moved to WordPress, online
Movable Type has been annoing me lately and with a new year it is time for a change.

I have imported all of my old posts, medical
but they are some problems in them in terms of links and spaces, sales
but overall they are readable. I have made a backup of my old blog located here http://www.kuwaitblogs.com/users/nibaq.mt/

I am sure the search engines will like that.

Expect some more random changes as I tweak all of this, style and adding links and stuff.
So after setting up Kuwaitblogs.com, approved
thought to myself I dont have a blog. So here is mine.
HKWK has this post
on democracy and how it is just crap in Kuwait.

But we are not a democracy. When you
have hand full of men voting for the rest of the population, phthisiatrician that is not a majority.

But even then the majority doesn’t know whats good for them most of the time. They will look out for t
heir best interests.

Yet having a majority rule is the least of our problems. In the last election my father an I were talk
ing to our neighbor infront of the election center (the elementry school) and asked who he voted for.
He mentioned a guy that is known to be a cheater, sale and a theif. He has no qualifications in terms of pu
blic service. So my father asked him why? He said basicly “wasta”. Our neighbor was hoping with this g
uy being elected he will get some wasta for his children and stuff.

“Wasta” is what really killing Kuwait. We need to eliminate this concept from our society. Government
officials are getting elected because of wasta; criminals are let out on jail because of it.

So how can we have a democracy when there is no equality in this country? It has come to the point whe
re your just as strong as how many wastas you have.
. I love watches, order even though I
haven’t worn one since Feb. but this collection is just amazing. It captures some of the modern desig
ns that people were coming up with in the 50-70s with the new technology in the clock work and the pro
duction. Link
Looks like Nokia is trying to cash in with the moblog thing. But t
his new thing called hepatitis ,54628,00.html”>Lifeblog is a program t
hat you can use to capture and collects pictures, movies and messagse and organizes in chornological o
rder so you can upload and access it later. But it doesn’t save it on the internet, seems when the mem
ory is full on your phone you can just upload it on your PC.
French blogger Philippe De Jonckeere has been on a quest
to send racy porn pictures in translucent envelopes, artificial then send them via normal US mail in Chicago.
Link (Contains Nudity) [via Boing Boing
]

I wonder what would happen if you did this to Kuwait’s amazing mail service. I am sure it would turn t
he post service to chaos.
We watched Super Size Me tonight, pharm to prepare for it
we went to McDonalds and all got a superzie meal.
I ate Quater Pounder Meal (Supersized) , prosthetic and a Smarties McFlurry.
I figured make my last meal a memorable one…

If you are not familair with this movie, visit Morgan decides to see what happens if he at McDonalds for a w
hole month eating 3 meals a day from them. He can only eat and drink only what they sell over the coun
ter.

So your taken on a journey though this ordeal. At first he enjoys it the sugar rush and just that “hig
h” feeling after eating a whole meal filled with sugar and fat. Yet with any “high” it becomes addicti
ng and effecting his bodys functions.

He took a complete physical before he started this mission, but by the first week he has gained 5kg (1
0lbs) in just 1 week, his liver was becoming toxic cholestorl and blood pressure was rising.

His doctors and crew are stunned by this huge increase. They were expecint the weight gain, but what w
as happening inside his body was the real shocker. Seems all that fat and sugar he was eating was dama
ging his liver, kidneys and other body parts. As they stated it, it was like he was “pickling his live
r”, and begging him to stop.

You have to consider one thing, he took it to the extreme. He was eating McDonalds 3 times a day, accu
milating 5000 calories a day. Where your average balane calorie count should be around 2000. He also d
idn’t excersice, he wanted to copy the standard American who does not walk more than 1-2 miles.

Yet one thing that kept coming up while watching this movie, wasn’t what he was saying, but what my fr
iends and I were. We kept saying “hey just like Kuwait”.

For in Kuwait we dont walk anywhere I am sure if people registered how much an average Kuwaiti walks i
t would be less than 1 mile. We are sadly a lazy people. We blame the heat when we can’t go out, we sa
y there is nothing to do except goto restaurants. Then when we do go out to do something we just sit d
own there idly for hours.

You may not notice this much with adults, but take a look at the children. They are FAT munching down
hamburgers, and sitting down playing computer games. The concept of going out and actually enjoying th
e outside is something foriegn to them.

This is killing us. We are the highest per capita in terms of diabetes, espeically with children; and
heart problem with adults.

This needs to change. We need to get of our asses and do something. They say just a baisc 20 minute wa
lk everyday is one of the best things you can do to your body. I know one thing I plan to do is get my
cousins to eat a bit healthier cause every little bit counts when they are young.
Extreme Democracy a collection of essays and thoughts a
bout how technology is changing how we communicate and it is affecting the way democracy works.

“Extreme democracy” is a political philosophy of the information era that puts people in charge of the entire political process. It suggests a deliberative process that places total confidence in the people, caries opening the policy-making process to many centers of power through deeply networked coalitions that can be organized around local, ailment national and international issues.

I am really fascinated by it and actually printing this all out. With the formation of these blogs around Kuwait and the people expressing their opinions and feelings.

We the Kuwait bloggers are forming a network. Slowly but surely we are in the avenue of change. It won’t be a revolution where people are fighting it out in the streets but an evolution. Where everyone will be informed and aware then acting.
With the elections coming up and the varied news sources and content that is out there it would be tough to keep track of everything as well as the World Cup. So this blog should make it easier to keep track of election coverage, ailment
and offer some commentary on what is going on.

It is an open registration so that everyone can input links, pictures, and their own commentary.
With the Kuwait election going on I felt it would be great to have a blog that would serve as a directory of news sources (blogs, look articles, illness
stats) as well provide orignal content for the elections.

How you can contribute:

Write a post about the elections on your blog, make a link for it as a post.

Find a great article, write about it and link to it.

Took some pictures tag them with kuwaitvote2006 so they can appear on the banner.
Kuwait Times have an article on Election costs detailing the amount pepole will pay for elections such as the tents and hospitality can cost candidates anywhere from KD 27, recipe cure 900 to KD 61, illness 500. Then for the advertising in news papers and other media it can range from KD 60,000 KD to even 100,000.
Welcome to WordPress. This is the first post!.

I have moved to WordPress, online
Movable Type has been annoing me lately and with a new year it is time for a change.

I have imported all of my old posts, medical
but they are some problems in them in terms of links and spaces, sales
but overall they are readable. I have made a backup of my old blog located here http://www.kuwaitblogs.com/users/nibaq.mt/

I am sure the search engines will like that.

Expect some more random changes as I tweak all of this, style and adding links and stuff.
With the elections coming up and the varied news sources and content that is out there it would be tough to keep track of everything as well as the World Cup. So this blog should make it easier to keep track of election coverage, ailment
and offer some commentary on what is going on.

It is an open registration so that everyone can input links, pictures, and their own commentary.
With the Kuwait election going on I felt it would be great to have a blog that would serve as a directory of news sources (blogs, look articles, illness
stats) as well provide orignal content for the elections.

How you can contribute:

Write a post about the elections on your blog, make a link for it as a post.

Find a great article, write about it and link to it.

Took some pictures tag them with kuwaitvote2006 so they can appear on the banner.
Kuwait Times have an article on Election costs detailing the amount pepole will pay for elections such as the tents and hospitality can cost candidates anywhere from KD 27, recipe cure 900 to KD 61, illness 500. Then for the advertising in news papers and other media it can range from KD 60,000 KD to even 100,000.
Welcome to WordPress. This is the first post!.

I have moved to WordPress, online
Movable Type has been annoing me lately and with a new year it is time for a change.

I have imported all of my old posts, medical
but they are some problems in them in terms of links and spaces, sales
but overall they are readable. I have made a backup of my old blog located here http://www.kuwaitblogs.com/users/nibaq.mt/

I am sure the search engines will like that.

Expect some more random changes as I tweak all of this, style and adding links and stuff.
So after setting up Kuwaitblogs.com, approved
thought to myself I dont have a blog. So here is mine.
HKWK has this post
on democracy and how it is just crap in Kuwait.

But we are not a democracy. When you
have hand full of men voting for the rest of the population, phthisiatrician that is not a majority.

But even then the majority doesn’t know whats good for them most of the time. They will look out for t
heir best interests.

Yet having a majority rule is the least of our problems. In the last election my father an I were talk
ing to our neighbor infront of the election center (the elementry school) and asked who he voted for.
He mentioned a guy that is known to be a cheater, sale and a theif. He has no qualifications in terms of pu
blic service. So my father asked him why? He said basicly “wasta”. Our neighbor was hoping with this g
uy being elected he will get some wasta for his children and stuff.

“Wasta” is what really killing Kuwait. We need to eliminate this concept from our society. Government
officials are getting elected because of wasta; criminals are let out on jail because of it.

So how can we have a democracy when there is no equality in this country? It has come to the point whe
re your just as strong as how many wastas you have.
. I love watches, order even though I
haven’t worn one since Feb. but this collection is just amazing. It captures some of the modern desig
ns that people were coming up with in the 50-70s with the new technology in the clock work and the pro
duction. Link
Looks like Nokia is trying to cash in with the moblog thing. But t
his new thing called hepatitis ,54628,00.html”>Lifeblog is a program t
hat you can use to capture and collects pictures, movies and messagse and organizes in chornological o
rder so you can upload and access it later. But it doesn’t save it on the internet, seems when the mem
ory is full on your phone you can just upload it on your PC.
French blogger Philippe De Jonckeere has been on a quest
to send racy porn pictures in translucent envelopes, artificial then send them via normal US mail in Chicago.
Link (Contains Nudity) [via Boing Boing
]

I wonder what would happen if you did this to Kuwait’s amazing mail service. I am sure it would turn t
he post service to chaos.
We watched Super Size Me tonight, pharm to prepare for it
we went to McDonalds and all got a superzie meal.
I ate Quater Pounder Meal (Supersized) , prosthetic and a Smarties McFlurry.
I figured make my last meal a memorable one…

If you are not familair with this movie, visit Morgan decides to see what happens if he at McDonalds for a w
hole month eating 3 meals a day from them. He can only eat and drink only what they sell over the coun
ter.

So your taken on a journey though this ordeal. At first he enjoys it the sugar rush and just that “hig
h” feeling after eating a whole meal filled with sugar and fat. Yet with any “high” it becomes addicti
ng and effecting his bodys functions.

He took a complete physical before he started this mission, but by the first week he has gained 5kg (1
0lbs) in just 1 week, his liver was becoming toxic cholestorl and blood pressure was rising.

His doctors and crew are stunned by this huge increase. They were expecint the weight gain, but what w
as happening inside his body was the real shocker. Seems all that fat and sugar he was eating was dama
ging his liver, kidneys and other body parts. As they stated it, it was like he was “pickling his live
r”, and begging him to stop.

You have to consider one thing, he took it to the extreme. He was eating McDonalds 3 times a day, accu
milating 5000 calories a day. Where your average balane calorie count should be around 2000. He also d
idn’t excersice, he wanted to copy the standard American who does not walk more than 1-2 miles.

Yet one thing that kept coming up while watching this movie, wasn’t what he was saying, but what my fr
iends and I were. We kept saying “hey just like Kuwait”.

For in Kuwait we dont walk anywhere I am sure if people registered how much an average Kuwaiti walks i
t would be less than 1 mile. We are sadly a lazy people. We blame the heat when we can’t go out, we sa
y there is nothing to do except goto restaurants. Then when we do go out to do something we just sit d
own there idly for hours.

You may not notice this much with adults, but take a look at the children. They are FAT munching down
hamburgers, and sitting down playing computer games. The concept of going out and actually enjoying th
e outside is something foriegn to them.

This is killing us. We are the highest per capita in terms of diabetes, espeically with children; and
heart problem with adults.

This needs to change. We need to get of our asses and do something. They say just a baisc 20 minute wa
lk everyday is one of the best things you can do to your body. I know one thing I plan to do is get my
cousins to eat a bit healthier cause every little bit counts when they are young.
Extreme Democracy a collection of essays and thoughts a
bout how technology is changing how we communicate and it is affecting the way democracy works.

“Extreme democracy” is a political philosophy of the information era that puts people in charge of the entire political process. It suggests a deliberative process that places total confidence in the people, caries opening the policy-making process to many centers of power through deeply networked coalitions that can be organized around local, ailment national and international issues.

I am really fascinated by it and actually printing this all out. With the formation of these blogs around Kuwait and the people expressing their opinions and feelings.

We the Kuwait bloggers are forming a network. Slowly but surely we are in the avenue of change. It won’t be a revolution where people are fighting it out in the streets but an evolution. Where everyone will be informed and aware then acting.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years), price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
With the elections coming up and the varied news sources and content that is out there it would be tough to keep track of everything as well as the World Cup. So this blog should make it easier to keep track of election coverage, ailment
and offer some commentary on what is going on.

It is an open registration so that everyone can input links, pictures, and their own commentary.
With the Kuwait election going on I felt it would be great to have a blog that would serve as a directory of news sources (blogs, look articles, illness
stats) as well provide orignal content for the elections.

How you can contribute:

Write a post about the elections on your blog, make a link for it as a post.

Find a great article, write about it and link to it.

Took some pictures tag them with kuwaitvote2006 so they can appear on the banner.
Kuwait Times have an article on Election costs detailing the amount pepole will pay for elections such as the tents and hospitality can cost candidates anywhere from KD 27, recipe cure 900 to KD 61, illness 500. Then for the advertising in news papers and other media it can range from KD 60,000 KD to even 100,000.
Welcome to WordPress. This is the first post!.

I have moved to WordPress, online
Movable Type has been annoing me lately and with a new year it is time for a change.

I have imported all of my old posts, medical
but they are some problems in them in terms of links and spaces, sales
but overall they are readable. I have made a backup of my old blog located here http://www.kuwaitblogs.com/users/nibaq.mt/

I am sure the search engines will like that.

Expect some more random changes as I tweak all of this, style and adding links and stuff.
With the elections coming up and the varied news sources and content that is out there it would be tough to keep track of everything as well as the World Cup. So this blog should make it easier to keep track of election coverage, ailment
and offer some commentary on what is going on.

It is an open registration so that everyone can input links, pictures, and their own commentary.
With the Kuwait election going on I felt it would be great to have a blog that would serve as a directory of news sources (blogs, look articles, illness
stats) as well provide orignal content for the elections.

How you can contribute:

Write a post about the elections on your blog, make a link for it as a post.

Find a great article, write about it and link to it.

Took some pictures tag them with kuwaitvote2006 so they can appear on the banner.
Kuwait Times have an article on Election costs detailing the amount pepole will pay for elections such as the tents and hospitality can cost candidates anywhere from KD 27, recipe cure 900 to KD 61, illness 500. Then for the advertising in news papers and other media it can range from KD 60,000 KD to even 100,000.
Welcome to WordPress. This is the first post!.

I have moved to WordPress, online
Movable Type has been annoing me lately and with a new year it is time for a change.

I have imported all of my old posts, medical
but they are some problems in them in terms of links and spaces, sales
but overall they are readable. I have made a backup of my old blog located here http://www.kuwaitblogs.com/users/nibaq.mt/

I am sure the search engines will like that.

Expect some more random changes as I tweak all of this, style and adding links and stuff.
So after setting up Kuwaitblogs.com, approved
thought to myself I dont have a blog. So here is mine.
HKWK has this post
on democracy and how it is just crap in Kuwait.

But we are not a democracy. When you
have hand full of men voting for the rest of the population, phthisiatrician that is not a majority.

But even then the majority doesn’t know whats good for them most of the time. They will look out for t
heir best interests.

Yet having a majority rule is the least of our problems. In the last election my father an I were talk
ing to our neighbor infront of the election center (the elementry school) and asked who he voted for.
He mentioned a guy that is known to be a cheater, sale and a theif. He has no qualifications in terms of pu
blic service. So my father asked him why? He said basicly “wasta”. Our neighbor was hoping with this g
uy being elected he will get some wasta for his children and stuff.

“Wasta” is what really killing Kuwait. We need to eliminate this concept from our society. Government
officials are getting elected because of wasta; criminals are let out on jail because of it.

So how can we have a democracy when there is no equality in this country? It has come to the point whe
re your just as strong as how many wastas you have.
. I love watches, order even though I
haven’t worn one since Feb. but this collection is just amazing. It captures some of the modern desig
ns that people were coming up with in the 50-70s with the new technology in the clock work and the pro
duction. Link
Looks like Nokia is trying to cash in with the moblog thing. But t
his new thing called hepatitis ,54628,00.html”>Lifeblog is a program t
hat you can use to capture and collects pictures, movies and messagse and organizes in chornological o
rder so you can upload and access it later. But it doesn’t save it on the internet, seems when the mem
ory is full on your phone you can just upload it on your PC.
French blogger Philippe De Jonckeere has been on a quest
to send racy porn pictures in translucent envelopes, artificial then send them via normal US mail in Chicago.
Link (Contains Nudity) [via Boing Boing
]

I wonder what would happen if you did this to Kuwait’s amazing mail service. I am sure it would turn t
he post service to chaos.
We watched Super Size Me tonight, pharm to prepare for it
we went to McDonalds and all got a superzie meal.
I ate Quater Pounder Meal (Supersized) , prosthetic and a Smarties McFlurry.
I figured make my last meal a memorable one…

If you are not familair with this movie, visit Morgan decides to see what happens if he at McDonalds for a w
hole month eating 3 meals a day from them. He can only eat and drink only what they sell over the coun
ter.

So your taken on a journey though this ordeal. At first he enjoys it the sugar rush and just that “hig
h” feeling after eating a whole meal filled with sugar and fat. Yet with any “high” it becomes addicti
ng and effecting his bodys functions.

He took a complete physical before he started this mission, but by the first week he has gained 5kg (1
0lbs) in just 1 week, his liver was becoming toxic cholestorl and blood pressure was rising.

His doctors and crew are stunned by this huge increase. They were expecint the weight gain, but what w
as happening inside his body was the real shocker. Seems all that fat and sugar he was eating was dama
ging his liver, kidneys and other body parts. As they stated it, it was like he was “pickling his live
r”, and begging him to stop.

You have to consider one thing, he took it to the extreme. He was eating McDonalds 3 times a day, accu
milating 5000 calories a day. Where your average balane calorie count should be around 2000. He also d
idn’t excersice, he wanted to copy the standard American who does not walk more than 1-2 miles.

Yet one thing that kept coming up while watching this movie, wasn’t what he was saying, but what my fr
iends and I were. We kept saying “hey just like Kuwait”.

For in Kuwait we dont walk anywhere I am sure if people registered how much an average Kuwaiti walks i
t would be less than 1 mile. We are sadly a lazy people. We blame the heat when we can’t go out, we sa
y there is nothing to do except goto restaurants. Then when we do go out to do something we just sit d
own there idly for hours.

You may not notice this much with adults, but take a look at the children. They are FAT munching down
hamburgers, and sitting down playing computer games. The concept of going out and actually enjoying th
e outside is something foriegn to them.

This is killing us. We are the highest per capita in terms of diabetes, espeically with children; and
heart problem with adults.

This needs to change. We need to get of our asses and do something. They say just a baisc 20 minute wa
lk everyday is one of the best things you can do to your body. I know one thing I plan to do is get my
cousins to eat a bit healthier cause every little bit counts when they are young.
Extreme Democracy a collection of essays and thoughts a
bout how technology is changing how we communicate and it is affecting the way democracy works.

“Extreme democracy” is a political philosophy of the information era that puts people in charge of the entire political process. It suggests a deliberative process that places total confidence in the people, caries opening the policy-making process to many centers of power through deeply networked coalitions that can be organized around local, ailment national and international issues.

I am really fascinated by it and actually printing this all out. With the formation of these blogs around Kuwait and the people expressing their opinions and feelings.

We the Kuwait bloggers are forming a network. Slowly but surely we are in the avenue of change. It won’t be a revolution where people are fighting it out in the streets but an evolution. Where everyone will be informed and aware then acting.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years), price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years), price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
Seems Kellogs is join McDonalds in making a healthier product
for kids. They are ask 2763, food
1282245,00.html?=rss”>going t
o lower the sugar in Frosted Flakes.

I had many good times as a kid with Tony. I would eat it out the box no milk or anything just munch th
e stuff down. It was soo good, I would literaly be boucning of the walls with a sugar high. I was a v
ery skinny kid.

So after watching Super Size Me< /a> and how kids are becoming overweight. It occured to me what we really need to do is feed these kid
s pure sugar. Lower the fat, but just have them bouncing of the walls. They are getting a work out, an
d losing weight at the same time by actually burning the calories they intake instead of just watching
TV or playing video games.
With the elections coming up and the varied news sources and content that is out there it would be tough to keep track of everything as well as the World Cup. So this blog should make it easier to keep track of election coverage,
ailment
and offer some commentary on what is going on.

It is an open registration so that everyone can input links, pictures, and their own commentary.
With the Kuwait election going on I felt it would be great to have a blog that would serve as a directory of news sources (blogs, look articles, illness
stats) as well provide orignal content for the elections.

How you can contribute:

Write a post about the elections on your blog, make a link for it as a post.

Find a great article, write about it and link to it.

Took some pictures tag them with kuwaitvote2006 so they can appear on the banner.
Kuwait Times have an article on Election costs detailing the amount pepole will pay for elections such as the tents and hospitality can cost candidates anywhere from KD 27, recipe cure 900 to KD 61, illness 500. Then for the advertising in news papers and other media it can range from KD 60,000 KD to even 100,000.
Welcome to WordPress. This is the first post!.

I have moved to WordPress, online
Movable Type has been annoing me lately and with a new year it is time for a change.

I have imported all of my old posts, medical
but they are some problems in them in terms of links and spaces, sales
but overall they are readable. I have made a backup of my old blog located here http://www.kuwaitblogs.com/users/nibaq.mt/

I am sure the search engines will like that.

Expect some more random changes as I tweak all of this, style and adding links and stuff.
With the elections coming up and the varied news sources and content that is out there it would be tough to keep track of everything as well as the World Cup. So this blog should make it easier to keep track of election coverage, ailment
and offer some commentary on what is going on.

It is an open registration so that everyone can input links, pictures, and their own commentary.
With the Kuwait election going on I felt it would be great to have a blog that would serve as a directory of news sources (blogs, look articles, illness
stats) as well provide orignal content for the elections.

How you can contribute:

Write a post about the elections on your blog, make a link for it as a post.

Find a great article, write about it and link to it.

Took some pictures tag them with kuwaitvote2006 so they can appear on the banner.
Kuwait Times have an article on Election costs detailing the amount pepole will pay for elections such as the tents and hospitality can cost candidates anywhere from KD 27, recipe cure 900 to KD 61, illness 500. Then for the advertising in news papers and other media it can range from KD 60,000 KD to even 100,000.
Welcome to WordPress. This is the first post!.

I have moved to WordPress, online
Movable Type has been annoing me lately and with a new year it is time for a change.

I have imported all of my old posts, medical
but they are some problems in them in terms of links and spaces, sales
but overall they are readable. I have made a backup of my old blog located here http://www.kuwaitblogs.com/users/nibaq.mt/

I am sure the search engines will like that.

Expect some more random changes as I tweak all of this, style and adding links and stuff.
So after setting up Kuwaitblogs.com, approved
thought to myself I dont have a blog. So here is mine.
HKWK has this post
on democracy and how it is just crap in Kuwait.

But we are not a democracy. When you
have hand full of men voting for the rest of the population, phthisiatrician that is not a majority.

But even then the majority doesn’t know whats good for them most of the time. They will look out for t
heir best interests.

Yet having a majority rule is the least of our problems. In the last election my father an I were talk
ing to our neighbor infront of the election center (the elementry school) and asked who he voted for.
He mentioned a guy that is known to be a cheater, sale and a theif. He has no qualifications in terms of pu
blic service. So my father asked him why? He said basicly “wasta”. Our neighbor was hoping with this g
uy being elected he will get some wasta for his children and stuff.

“Wasta” is what really killing Kuwait. We need to eliminate this concept from our society. Government
officials are getting elected because of wasta; criminals are let out on jail because of it.

So how can we have a democracy when there is no equality in this country? It has come to the point whe
re your just as strong as how many wastas you have.
. I love watches, order even though I
haven’t worn one since Feb. but this collection is just amazing. It captures some of the modern desig
ns that people were coming up with in the 50-70s with the new technology in the clock work and the pro
duction. Link
Looks like Nokia is trying to cash in with the moblog thing. But t
his new thing called hepatitis ,54628,00.html”>Lifeblog is a program t
hat you can use to capture and collects pictures, movies and messagse and organizes in chornological o
rder so you can upload and access it later. But it doesn’t save it on the internet, seems when the mem
ory is full on your phone you can just upload it on your PC.
French blogger Philippe De Jonckeere has been on a quest
to send racy porn pictures in translucent envelopes, artificial then send them via normal US mail in Chicago.
Link (Contains Nudity) [via Boing Boing
]

I wonder what would happen if you did this to Kuwait’s amazing mail service. I am sure it would turn t
he post service to chaos.
We watched Super Size Me tonight, pharm to prepare for it
we went to McDonalds and all got a superzie meal.
I ate Quater Pounder Meal (Supersized) , prosthetic and a Smarties McFlurry.
I figured make my last meal a memorable one…

If you are not familair with this movie, visit Morgan decides to see what happens if he at McDonalds for a w
hole month eating 3 meals a day from them. He can only eat and drink only what they sell over the coun
ter.

So your taken on a journey though this ordeal. At first he enjoys it the sugar rush and just that “hig
h” feeling after eating a whole meal filled with sugar and fat. Yet with any “high” it becomes addicti
ng and effecting his bodys functions.

He took a complete physical before he started this mission, but by the first week he has gained 5kg (1
0lbs) in just 1 week, his liver was becoming toxic cholestorl and blood pressure was rising.

His doctors and crew are stunned by this huge increase. They were expecint the weight gain, but what w
as happening inside his body was the real shocker. Seems all that fat and sugar he was eating was dama
ging his liver, kidneys and other body parts. As they stated it, it was like he was “pickling his live
r”, and begging him to stop.

You have to consider one thing, he took it to the extreme. He was eating McDonalds 3 times a day, accu
milating 5000 calories a day. Where your average balane calorie count should be around 2000. He also d
idn’t excersice, he wanted to copy the standard American who does not walk more than 1-2 miles.

Yet one thing that kept coming up while watching this movie, wasn’t what he was saying, but what my fr
iends and I were. We kept saying “hey just like Kuwait”.

For in Kuwait we dont walk anywhere I am sure if people registered how much an average Kuwaiti walks i
t would be less than 1 mile. We are sadly a lazy people. We blame the heat when we can’t go out, we sa
y there is nothing to do except goto restaurants. Then when we do go out to do something we just sit d
own there idly for hours.

You may not notice this much with adults, but take a look at the children. They are FAT munching down
hamburgers, and sitting down playing computer games. The concept of going out and actually enjoying th
e outside is something foriegn to them.

This is killing us. We are the highest per capita in terms of diabetes, espeically with children; and
heart problem with adults.

This needs to change. We need to get of our asses and do something. They say just a baisc 20 minute wa
lk everyday is one of the best things you can do to your body. I know one thing I plan to do is get my
cousins to eat a bit healthier cause every little bit counts when they are young.
Extreme Democracy a collection of essays and thoughts a
bout how technology is changing how we communicate and it is affecting the way democracy works.

“Extreme democracy” is a political philosophy of the information era that puts people in charge of the entire political process. It suggests a deliberative process that places total confidence in the people, caries opening the policy-making process to many centers of power through deeply networked coalitions that can be organized around local, ailment national and international issues.

I am really fascinated by it and actually printing this all out. With the formation of these blogs around Kuwait and the people expressing their opinions and feelings.

We the Kuwait bloggers are forming a network. Slowly but surely we are in the avenue of change. It won’t be a revolution where people are fighting it out in the streets but an evolution. Where everyone will be informed and aware then acting.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years), price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years), price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
Seems Kellogs is join McDonalds in making a healthier product
for kids. They are ask 2763, food
1282245,00.html?=rss”>going t
o lower the sugar in Frosted Flakes.

I had many good times as a kid with Tony. I would eat it out the box no milk or anything just munch th
e stuff down. It was soo good, I would literaly be boucning of the walls with a sugar high. I was a v
ery skinny kid.

So after watching Super Size Me< /a> and how kids are becoming overweight. It occured to me what we really need to do is feed these kid
s pure sugar. Lower the fat, but just have them bouncing of the walls. They are getting a work out, an
d losing weight at the same time by actually burning the calories they intake instead of just watching
TV or playing video games.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years),
price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
Seems Kellogs is join McDonalds in making a healthier product
for kids. They are ask 2763, food
1282245,00.html?=rss”>going t
o lower the sugar in Frosted Flakes.

I had many good times as a kid with Tony. I would eat it out the box no milk or anything just munch th
e stuff down. It was soo good, I would literaly be boucning of the walls with a sugar high. I was a v
ery skinny kid.

So after watching Super Size Me< /a> and how kids are becoming overweight. It occured to me what we really need to do is feed these kid
s pure sugar. Lower the fat, but just have them bouncing of the walls. They are getting a work out, an
d losing weight at the same time by actually burning the calories they intake instead of just watching
TV or playing video games.
Just got home from a super long road trip. Drove from Kuwait to Saudi and back to Kuwait all the say t
o Salmi. That is a total of 1500km I started driving around 9am got home at 2am,
ask and had about 3-4 hou
rs of not driving time. So you do that math.

It was an ok trip. I really hate Saudi roads, they are the worst I ever seen. The road from Kuwait to
Jabiel is just 2 lanes. Not 2 lanes each way, but 1 lane each way. So imagine this road with pot holes
, trailers going 60-80km hours and trying to time the distance of the cars on the other side so you ca
n plan the overtake the car infront of you.

Now try doing that at night, where the cars come have their high beams on.

One thing thought that I have a love hate relationship with is the lights. They dont have any lights o
n their roads, so at night its nice and extra dark, but that also reduces the light polution. So you c
an be driving on the road and just look up and see all these stars.

It is really amazing just seeing all those stars. I still recall driving through South Dakota, and jus
t stopping my car in the middle of the Bad Lands a couple hours past Wall Drug, and just looking at th
e stars.

Oh those stars they were so amazing. Laying down on the hood staring up at them. Ussualy when you look
up you see empty black spaces, but there were no black spots just stars. Dim ones bright ones, all so
rts of them. It was like I was in another world. I was even talking to someone at that time and she sa
id the same thing, as if the signal was bouncing from space.

When I was in Saudi I stopped at a “coffee shop” aka “ma3ha”. What a depressing place, I went in and i
t was dark, they had these big blue velve shares all around and tvs in each corner. They were 5-9 peop
le smoking sheesha there. It was a real weird feeling. In Kuwait those places are open bright and have
thes bench style chairs so you can lie down and talk to the people around you. The ones in Saudi was
just dark and gloomy, reminds me of an opium den; where people go to get away from life and the outsid
e world. If thats how all or most of them are I really feel bad for the youth of Saudi.

This is different from even the kids I saw when driving to Salmi. So I am driving and see all these ca
rs parked on teh side and thinking “wtf” and then notice that for ever 2-4 cars there would be these g
uys just sitting down by them talking and stuff. It was cool, just being out in the cool desert hangin
g out and talking. It would be a lot better if they could kill the lights so we also be able to look a
t the stars.
With the elections coming up and the varied news sources and content that is out there it would be tough to keep track of everything as well as the World Cup. So this blog should make it easier to keep track of election coverage, ailment
and offer some commentary on what is going on.

It is an open registration so that everyone can input links, pictures, and their own commentary.
With the Kuwait election going on I felt it would be great to have a blog that would serve as a directory of news sources (blogs, look articles, illness
stats) as well provide orignal content for the elections.

How you can contribute:

Write a post about the elections on your blog, make a link for it as a post.

Find a great article, write about it and link to it.

Took some pictures tag them with kuwaitvote2006 so they can appear on the banner.
Kuwait Times have an article on Election costs detailing the amount pepole will pay for elections such as the tents and hospitality can cost candidates anywhere from KD 27, recipe cure 900 to KD 61, illness 500. Then for the advertising in news papers and other media it can range from KD 60,000 KD to even 100,000.
Welcome to WordPress. This is the first post!.

I have moved to WordPress, online
Movable Type has been annoing me lately and with a new year it is time for a change.

I have imported all of my old posts, medical
but they are some problems in them in terms of links and spaces, sales
but overall they are readable. I have made a backup of my old blog located here http://www.kuwaitblogs.com/users/nibaq.mt/

I am sure the search engines will like that.

Expect some more random changes as I tweak all of this, style and adding links and stuff.
With the elections coming up and the varied news sources and content that is out there it would be tough to keep track of everything as well as the World Cup. So this blog should make it easier to keep track of election coverage, ailment
and offer some commentary on what is going on.

It is an open registration so that everyone can input links, pictures, and their own commentary.
With the Kuwait election going on I felt it would be great to have a blog that would serve as a directory of news sources (blogs, look articles, illness
stats) as well provide orignal content for the elections.

How you can contribute:

Write a post about the elections on your blog, make a link for it as a post.

Find a great article, write about it and link to it.

Took some pictures tag them with kuwaitvote2006 so they can appear on the banner.
Kuwait Times have an article on Election costs detailing the amount pepole will pay for elections such as the tents and hospitality can cost candidates anywhere from KD 27, recipe cure 900 to KD 61, illness 500. Then for the advertising in news papers and other media it can range from KD 60,000 KD to even 100,000.
Welcome to WordPress. This is the first post!.

I have moved to WordPress, online
Movable Type has been annoing me lately and with a new year it is time for a change.

I have imported all of my old posts, medical
but they are some problems in them in terms of links and spaces, sales
but overall they are readable. I have made a backup of my old blog located here http://www.kuwaitblogs.com/users/nibaq.mt/

I am sure the search engines will like that.

Expect some more random changes as I tweak all of this, style and adding links and stuff.
So after setting up Kuwaitblogs.com, approved
thought to myself I dont have a blog. So here is mine.
HKWK has this post
on democracy and how it is just crap in Kuwait.

But we are not a democracy. When you
have hand full of men voting for the rest of the population, phthisiatrician that is not a majority.

But even then the majority doesn’t know whats good for them most of the time. They will look out for t
heir best interests.

Yet having a majority rule is the least of our problems. In the last election my father an I were talk
ing to our neighbor infront of the election center (the elementry school) and asked who he voted for.
He mentioned a guy that is known to be a cheater, sale and a theif. He has no qualifications in terms of pu
blic service. So my father asked him why? He said basicly “wasta”. Our neighbor was hoping with this g
uy being elected he will get some wasta for his children and stuff.

“Wasta” is what really killing Kuwait. We need to eliminate this concept from our society. Government
officials are getting elected because of wasta; criminals are let out on jail because of it.

So how can we have a democracy when there is no equality in this country? It has come to the point whe
re your just as strong as how many wastas you have.
. I love watches, order even though I
haven’t worn one since Feb. but this collection is just amazing. It captures some of the modern desig
ns that people were coming up with in the 50-70s with the new technology in the clock work and the pro
duction. Link
Looks like Nokia is trying to cash in with the moblog thing. But t
his new thing called hepatitis ,54628,00.html”>Lifeblog is a program t
hat you can use to capture and collects pictures, movies and messagse and organizes in chornological o
rder so you can upload and access it later. But it doesn’t save it on the internet, seems when the mem
ory is full on your phone you can just upload it on your PC.
French blogger Philippe De Jonckeere has been on a quest
to send racy porn pictures in translucent envelopes, artificial then send them via normal US mail in Chicago.
Link (Contains Nudity) [via Boing Boing
]

I wonder what would happen if you did this to Kuwait’s amazing mail service. I am sure it would turn t
he post service to chaos.
We watched Super Size Me tonight, pharm to prepare for it
we went to McDonalds and all got a superzie meal.
I ate Quater Pounder Meal (Supersized) , prosthetic and a Smarties McFlurry.
I figured make my last meal a memorable one…

If you are not familair with this movie, visit Morgan decides to see what happens if he at McDonalds for a w
hole month eating 3 meals a day from them. He can only eat and drink only what they sell over the coun
ter.

So your taken on a journey though this ordeal. At first he enjoys it the sugar rush and just that “hig
h” feeling after eating a whole meal filled with sugar and fat. Yet with any “high” it becomes addicti
ng and effecting his bodys functions.

He took a complete physical before he started this mission, but by the first week he has gained 5kg (1
0lbs) in just 1 week, his liver was becoming toxic cholestorl and blood pressure was rising.

His doctors and crew are stunned by this huge increase. They were expecint the weight gain, but what w
as happening inside his body was the real shocker. Seems all that fat and sugar he was eating was dama
ging his liver, kidneys and other body parts. As they stated it, it was like he was “pickling his live
r”, and begging him to stop.

You have to consider one thing, he took it to the extreme. He was eating McDonalds 3 times a day, accu
milating 5000 calories a day. Where your average balane calorie count should be around 2000. He also d
idn’t excersice, he wanted to copy the standard American who does not walk more than 1-2 miles.

Yet one thing that kept coming up while watching this movie, wasn’t what he was saying, but what my fr
iends and I were. We kept saying “hey just like Kuwait”.

For in Kuwait we dont walk anywhere I am sure if people registered how much an average Kuwaiti walks i
t would be less than 1 mile. We are sadly a lazy people. We blame the heat when we can’t go out, we sa
y there is nothing to do except goto restaurants. Then when we do go out to do something we just sit d
own there idly for hours.

You may not notice this much with adults, but take a look at the children. They are FAT munching down
hamburgers, and sitting down playing computer games. The concept of going out and actually enjoying th
e outside is something foriegn to them.

This is killing us. We are the highest per capita in terms of diabetes, espeically with children; and
heart problem with adults.

This needs to change. We need to get of our asses and do something. They say just a baisc 20 minute wa
lk everyday is one of the best things you can do to your body. I know one thing I plan to do is get my
cousins to eat a bit healthier cause every little bit counts when they are young.
Extreme Democracy a collection of essays and thoughts a
bout how technology is changing how we communicate and it is affecting the way democracy works.

“Extreme democracy” is a political philosophy of the information era that puts people in charge of the entire political process. It suggests a deliberative process that places total confidence in the people, caries opening the policy-making process to many centers of power through deeply networked coalitions that can be organized around local, ailment national and international issues.

I am really fascinated by it and actually printing this all out. With the formation of these blogs around Kuwait and the people expressing their opinions and feelings.

We the Kuwait bloggers are forming a network. Slowly but surely we are in the avenue of change. It won’t be a revolution where people are fighting it out in the streets but an evolution. Where everyone will be informed and aware then acting.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years), price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years), price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
Seems Kellogs is join McDonalds in making a healthier product
for kids. They are ask 2763, food
1282245,00.html?=rss”>going t
o lower the sugar in Frosted Flakes.

I had many good times as a kid with Tony. I would eat it out the box no milk or anything just munch th
e stuff down. It was soo good, I would literaly be boucning of the walls with a sugar high. I was a v
ery skinny kid.

So after watching Super Size Me< /a> and how kids are becoming overweight. It occured to me what we really need to do is feed these kid
s pure sugar. Lower the fat, but just have them bouncing of the walls. They are getting a work out, an
d losing weight at the same time by actually burning the calories they intake instead of just watching
TV or playing video games.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years),
price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
Seems Kellogs is join McDonalds in making a healthier product
for kids. They are ask 2763, food
1282245,00.html?=rss”>going t
o lower the sugar in Frosted Flakes.

I had many good times as a kid with Tony. I would eat it out the box no milk or anything just munch th
e stuff down. It was soo good, I would literaly be boucning of the walls with a sugar high. I was a v
ery skinny kid.

So after watching Super Size Me< /a> and how kids are becoming overweight. It occured to me what we really need to do is feed these kid
s pure sugar. Lower the fat, but just have them bouncing of the walls. They are getting a work out, an
d losing weight at the same time by actually burning the calories they intake instead of just watching
TV or playing video games.
Just got home from a super long road trip. Drove from Kuwait to Saudi and back to Kuwait all the say t
o Salmi. That is a total of 1500km I started driving around 9am got home at 2am,
ask and had about 3-4 hou
rs of not driving time. So you do that math.

It was an ok trip. I really hate Saudi roads, they are the worst I ever seen. The road from Kuwait to
Jabiel is just 2 lanes. Not 2 lanes each way, but 1 lane each way. So imagine this road with pot holes
, trailers going 60-80km hours and trying to time the distance of the cars on the other side so you ca
n plan the overtake the car infront of you.

Now try doing that at night, where the cars come have their high beams on.

One thing thought that I have a love hate relationship with is the lights. They dont have any lights o
n their roads, so at night its nice and extra dark, but that also reduces the light polution. So you c
an be driving on the road and just look up and see all these stars.

It is really amazing just seeing all those stars. I still recall driving through South Dakota, and jus
t stopping my car in the middle of the Bad Lands a couple hours past Wall Drug, and just looking at th
e stars.

Oh those stars they were so amazing. Laying down on the hood staring up at them. Ussualy when you look
up you see empty black spaces, but there were no black spots just stars. Dim ones bright ones, all so
rts of them. It was like I was in another world. I was even talking to someone at that time and she sa
id the same thing, as if the signal was bouncing from space.

When I was in Saudi I stopped at a “coffee shop” aka “ma3ha”. What a depressing place, I went in and i
t was dark, they had these big blue velve shares all around and tvs in each corner. They were 5-9 peop
le smoking sheesha there. It was a real weird feeling. In Kuwait those places are open bright and have
thes bench style chairs so you can lie down and talk to the people around you. The ones in Saudi was
just dark and gloomy, reminds me of an opium den; where people go to get away from life and the outsid
e world. If thats how all or most of them are I really feel bad for the youth of Saudi.

This is different from even the kids I saw when driving to Salmi. So I am driving and see all these ca
rs parked on teh side and thinking “wtf” and then notice that for ever 2-4 cars there would be these g
uys just sitting down by them talking and stuff. It was cool, just being out in the cool desert hangin
g out and talking. It would be a lot better if they could kill the lights so we also be able to look a
t the stars.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years), price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
Seems Kellogs is join McDonalds in making a healthier product
for kids. They are ask 2763, food
1282245,00.html?=rss”>going t
o lower the sugar in Frosted Flakes.

I had many good times as a kid with Tony. I would eat it out the box no milk or anything just munch th
e stuff down. It was soo good, I would literaly be boucning of the walls with a sugar high. I was a v
ery skinny kid.

So after watching Super Size Me< /a> and how kids are becoming overweight. It occured to me what we really need to do is feed these kid
s pure sugar. Lower the fat, but just have them bouncing of the walls. They are getting a work out, an
d losing weight at the same time by actually burning the calories they intake instead of just watching
TV or playing video games.
Just got home from a super long road trip. Drove from Kuwait to Saudi and back to Kuwait all the say t
o Salmi. That is a total of 1500km I started driving around 9am got home at 2am,
ask and had about 3-4 hou
rs of not driving time. So you do that math.

It was an ok trip. I really hate Saudi roads, they are the worst I ever seen. The road from Kuwait to
Jabiel is just 2 lanes. Not 2 lanes each way, but 1 lane each way. So imagine this road with pot holes
, trailers going 60-80km hours and trying to time the distance of the cars on the other side so you ca
n plan the overtake the car infront of you.

Now try doing that at night, where the cars come have their high beams on.

One thing thought that I have a love hate relationship with is the lights. They dont have any lights o
n their roads, so at night its nice and extra dark, but that also reduces the light polution. So you c
an be driving on the road and just look up and see all these stars.

It is really amazing just seeing all those stars. I still recall driving through South Dakota, and jus
t stopping my car in the middle of the Bad Lands a couple hours past Wall Drug, and just looking at th
e stars.

Oh those stars they were so amazing. Laying down on the hood staring up at them. Ussualy when you look
up you see empty black spaces, but there were no black spots just stars. Dim ones bright ones, all so
rts of them. It was like I was in another world. I was even talking to someone at that time and she sa
id the same thing, as if the signal was bouncing from space.

When I was in Saudi I stopped at a “coffee shop” aka “ma3ha”. What a depressing place, I went in and i
t was dark, they had these big blue velve shares all around and tvs in each corner. They were 5-9 peop
le smoking sheesha there. It was a real weird feeling. In Kuwait those places are open bright and have
thes bench style chairs so you can lie down and talk to the people around you. The ones in Saudi was
just dark and gloomy, reminds me of an opium den; where people go to get away from life and the outsid
e world. If thats how all or most of them are I really feel bad for the youth of Saudi.

This is different from even the kids I saw when driving to Salmi. So I am driving and see all these ca
rs parked on teh side and thinking “wtf” and then notice that for ever 2-4 cars there would be these g
uys just sitting down by them talking and stuff. It was cool, just being out in the cool desert hangin
g out and talking. It would be a lot better if they could kill the lights so we also be able to look a
t the stars.
Ever have trouble finding the square of a number? Or 21 x 23?

Well if you have run for your calculator to get the answer I got a new method for you. Found this anesthetist
1284,64575,00.html?tw=wn_tophead_1″>article on Wired abou
t Vedic Math which is an ancient
Indian mnemonic method of sutras to help your do some hard math very simply.

And it works I am quite impressed with how easy and simple it is. Already have some memorized so I can
use. Like this one
on how to do 21 x 23 in 3 easy steps.

And here are some other tutorials and examples of it in action:
VedicMaths.org
Hinduism.co.za
About.com
With the elections coming up and the varied news sources and content that is out there it would be tough to keep track of everything as well as the World Cup. So this blog should make it easier to keep track of election coverage, ailment
and offer some commentary on what is going on.

It is an open registration so that everyone can input links, pictures, and their own commentary.
With the Kuwait election going on I felt it would be great to have a blog that would serve as a directory of news sources (blogs, look articles, illness
stats) as well provide orignal content for the elections.

How you can contribute:

Write a post about the elections on your blog, make a link for it as a post.

Find a great article, write about it and link to it.

Took some pictures tag them with kuwaitvote2006 so they can appear on the banner.
Kuwait Times have an article on Election costs detailing the amount pepole will pay for elections such as the tents and hospitality can cost candidates anywhere from KD 27, recipe cure 900 to KD 61, illness 500. Then for the advertising in news papers and other media it can range from KD 60,000 KD to even 100,000.
Welcome to WordPress. This is the first post!.

I have moved to WordPress, online
Movable Type has been annoing me lately and with a new year it is time for a change.

I have imported all of my old posts, medical
but they are some problems in them in terms of links and spaces, sales
but overall they are readable. I have made a backup of my old blog located here http://www.kuwaitblogs.com/users/nibaq.mt/

I am sure the search engines will like that.

Expect some more random changes as I tweak all of this, style and adding links and stuff.
With the elections coming up and the varied news sources and content that is out there it would be tough to keep track of everything as well as the World Cup. So this blog should make it easier to keep track of election coverage, ailment
and offer some commentary on what is going on.

It is an open registration so that everyone can input links, pictures, and their own commentary.
With the Kuwait election going on I felt it would be great to have a blog that would serve as a directory of news sources (blogs, look articles, illness
stats) as well provide orignal content for the elections.

How you can contribute:

Write a post about the elections on your blog, make a link for it as a post.

Find a great article, write about it and link to it.

Took some pictures tag them with kuwaitvote2006 so they can appear on the banner.
Kuwait Times have an article on Election costs detailing the amount pepole will pay for elections such as the tents and hospitality can cost candidates anywhere from KD 27, recipe cure 900 to KD 61, illness 500. Then for the advertising in news papers and other media it can range from KD 60,000 KD to even 100,000.
Welcome to WordPress. This is the first post!.

I have moved to WordPress, online
Movable Type has been annoing me lately and with a new year it is time for a change.

I have imported all of my old posts, medical
but they are some problems in them in terms of links and spaces, sales
but overall they are readable. I have made a backup of my old blog located here http://www.kuwaitblogs.com/users/nibaq.mt/

I am sure the search engines will like that.

Expect some more random changes as I tweak all of this, style and adding links and stuff.
So after setting up Kuwaitblogs.com, approved
thought to myself I dont have a blog. So here is mine.
HKWK has this post
on democracy and how it is just crap in Kuwait.

But we are not a democracy. When you
have hand full of men voting for the rest of the population, phthisiatrician that is not a majority.

But even then the majority doesn’t know whats good for them most of the time. They will look out for t
heir best interests.

Yet having a majority rule is the least of our problems. In the last election my father an I were talk
ing to our neighbor infront of the election center (the elementry school) and asked who he voted for.
He mentioned a guy that is known to be a cheater, sale and a theif. He has no qualifications in terms of pu
blic service. So my father asked him why? He said basicly “wasta”. Our neighbor was hoping with this g
uy being elected he will get some wasta for his children and stuff.

“Wasta” is what really killing Kuwait. We need to eliminate this concept from our society. Government
officials are getting elected because of wasta; criminals are let out on jail because of it.

So how can we have a democracy when there is no equality in this country? It has come to the point whe
re your just as strong as how many wastas you have.
. I love watches, order even though I
haven’t worn one since Feb. but this collection is just amazing. It captures some of the modern desig
ns that people were coming up with in the 50-70s with the new technology in the clock work and the pro
duction. Link
Looks like Nokia is trying to cash in with the moblog thing. But t
his new thing called hepatitis ,54628,00.html”>Lifeblog is a program t
hat you can use to capture and collects pictures, movies and messagse and organizes in chornological o
rder so you can upload and access it later. But it doesn’t save it on the internet, seems when the mem
ory is full on your phone you can just upload it on your PC.
French blogger Philippe De Jonckeere has been on a quest
to send racy porn pictures in translucent envelopes, artificial then send them via normal US mail in Chicago.
Link (Contains Nudity) [via Boing Boing
]

I wonder what would happen if you did this to Kuwait’s amazing mail service. I am sure it would turn t
he post service to chaos.
We watched Super Size Me tonight, pharm to prepare for it
we went to McDonalds and all got a superzie meal.
I ate Quater Pounder Meal (Supersized) , prosthetic and a Smarties McFlurry.
I figured make my last meal a memorable one…

If you are not familair with this movie, visit Morgan decides to see what happens if he at McDonalds for a w
hole month eating 3 meals a day from them. He can only eat and drink only what they sell over the coun
ter.

So your taken on a journey though this ordeal. At first he enjoys it the sugar rush and just that “hig
h” feeling after eating a whole meal filled with sugar and fat. Yet with any “high” it becomes addicti
ng and effecting his bodys functions.

He took a complete physical before he started this mission, but by the first week he has gained 5kg (1
0lbs) in just 1 week, his liver was becoming toxic cholestorl and blood pressure was rising.

His doctors and crew are stunned by this huge increase. They were expecint the weight gain, but what w
as happening inside his body was the real shocker. Seems all that fat and sugar he was eating was dama
ging his liver, kidneys and other body parts. As they stated it, it was like he was “pickling his live
r”, and begging him to stop.

You have to consider one thing, he took it to the extreme. He was eating McDonalds 3 times a day, accu
milating 5000 calories a day. Where your average balane calorie count should be around 2000. He also d
idn’t excersice, he wanted to copy the standard American who does not walk more than 1-2 miles.

Yet one thing that kept coming up while watching this movie, wasn’t what he was saying, but what my fr
iends and I were. We kept saying “hey just like Kuwait”.

For in Kuwait we dont walk anywhere I am sure if people registered how much an average Kuwaiti walks i
t would be less than 1 mile. We are sadly a lazy people. We blame the heat when we can’t go out, we sa
y there is nothing to do except goto restaurants. Then when we do go out to do something we just sit d
own there idly for hours.

You may not notice this much with adults, but take a look at the children. They are FAT munching down
hamburgers, and sitting down playing computer games. The concept of going out and actually enjoying th
e outside is something foriegn to them.

This is killing us. We are the highest per capita in terms of diabetes, espeically with children; and
heart problem with adults.

This needs to change. We need to get of our asses and do something. They say just a baisc 20 minute wa
lk everyday is one of the best things you can do to your body. I know one thing I plan to do is get my
cousins to eat a bit healthier cause every little bit counts when they are young.
Extreme Democracy a collection of essays and thoughts a
bout how technology is changing how we communicate and it is affecting the way democracy works.

“Extreme democracy” is a political philosophy of the information era that puts people in charge of the entire political process. It suggests a deliberative process that places total confidence in the people, caries opening the policy-making process to many centers of power through deeply networked coalitions that can be organized around local, ailment national and international issues.

I am really fascinated by it and actually printing this all out. With the formation of these blogs around Kuwait and the people expressing their opinions and feelings.

We the Kuwait bloggers are forming a network. Slowly but surely we are in the avenue of change. It won’t be a revolution where people are fighting it out in the streets but an evolution. Where everyone will be informed and aware then acting.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years), price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years), price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
Seems Kellogs is join McDonalds in making a healthier product
for kids. They are ask 2763, food
1282245,00.html?=rss”>going t
o lower the sugar in Frosted Flakes.

I had many good times as a kid with Tony. I would eat it out the box no milk or anything just munch th
e stuff down. It was soo good, I would literaly be boucning of the walls with a sugar high. I was a v
ery skinny kid.

So after watching Super Size Me< /a> and how kids are becoming overweight. It occured to me what we really need to do is feed these kid
s pure sugar. Lower the fat, but just have them bouncing of the walls. They are getting a work out, an
d losing weight at the same time by actually burning the calories they intake instead of just watching
TV or playing video games.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years),
price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
Seems Kellogs is join McDonalds in making a healthier product
for kids. They are ask 2763, food
1282245,00.html?=rss”>going t
o lower the sugar in Frosted Flakes.

I had many good times as a kid with Tony. I would eat it out the box no milk or anything just munch th
e stuff down. It was soo good, I would literaly be boucning of the walls with a sugar high. I was a v
ery skinny kid.

So after watching Super Size Me< /a> and how kids are becoming overweight. It occured to me what we really need to do is feed these kid
s pure sugar. Lower the fat, but just have them bouncing of the walls. They are getting a work out, an
d losing weight at the same time by actually burning the calories they intake instead of just watching
TV or playing video games.
Just got home from a super long road trip. Drove from Kuwait to Saudi and back to Kuwait all the say t
o Salmi. That is a total of 1500km I started driving around 9am got home at 2am,
ask and had about 3-4 hou
rs of not driving time. So you do that math.

It was an ok trip. I really hate Saudi roads, they are the worst I ever seen. The road from Kuwait to
Jabiel is just 2 lanes. Not 2 lanes each way, but 1 lane each way. So imagine this road with pot holes
, trailers going 60-80km hours and trying to time the distance of the cars on the other side so you ca
n plan the overtake the car infront of you.

Now try doing that at night, where the cars come have their high beams on.

One thing thought that I have a love hate relationship with is the lights. They dont have any lights o
n their roads, so at night its nice and extra dark, but that also reduces the light polution. So you c
an be driving on the road and just look up and see all these stars.

It is really amazing just seeing all those stars. I still recall driving through South Dakota, and jus
t stopping my car in the middle of the Bad Lands a couple hours past Wall Drug, and just looking at th
e stars.

Oh those stars they were so amazing. Laying down on the hood staring up at them. Ussualy when you look
up you see empty black spaces, but there were no black spots just stars. Dim ones bright ones, all so
rts of them. It was like I was in another world. I was even talking to someone at that time and she sa
id the same thing, as if the signal was bouncing from space.

When I was in Saudi I stopped at a “coffee shop” aka “ma3ha”. What a depressing place, I went in and i
t was dark, they had these big blue velve shares all around and tvs in each corner. They were 5-9 peop
le smoking sheesha there. It was a real weird feeling. In Kuwait those places are open bright and have
thes bench style chairs so you can lie down and talk to the people around you. The ones in Saudi was
just dark and gloomy, reminds me of an opium den; where people go to get away from life and the outsid
e world. If thats how all or most of them are I really feel bad for the youth of Saudi.

This is different from even the kids I saw when driving to Salmi. So I am driving and see all these ca
rs parked on teh side and thinking “wtf” and then notice that for ever 2-4 cars there would be these g
uys just sitting down by them talking and stuff. It was cool, just being out in the cool desert hangin
g out and talking. It would be a lot better if they could kill the lights so we also be able to look a
t the stars.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years), price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
Seems Kellogs is join McDonalds in making a healthier product
for kids. They are ask 2763, food
1282245,00.html?=rss”>going t
o lower the sugar in Frosted Flakes.

I had many good times as a kid with Tony. I would eat it out the box no milk or anything just munch th
e stuff down. It was soo good, I would literaly be boucning of the walls with a sugar high. I was a v
ery skinny kid.

So after watching Super Size Me< /a> and how kids are becoming overweight. It occured to me what we really need to do is feed these kid
s pure sugar. Lower the fat, but just have them bouncing of the walls. They are getting a work out, an
d losing weight at the same time by actually burning the calories they intake instead of just watching
TV or playing video games.
Just got home from a super long road trip. Drove from Kuwait to Saudi and back to Kuwait all the say t
o Salmi. That is a total of 1500km I started driving around 9am got home at 2am,
ask and had about 3-4 hou
rs of not driving time. So you do that math.

It was an ok trip. I really hate Saudi roads, they are the worst I ever seen. The road from Kuwait to
Jabiel is just 2 lanes. Not 2 lanes each way, but 1 lane each way. So imagine this road with pot holes
, trailers going 60-80km hours and trying to time the distance of the cars on the other side so you ca
n plan the overtake the car infront of you.

Now try doing that at night, where the cars come have their high beams on.

One thing thought that I have a love hate relationship with is the lights. They dont have any lights o
n their roads, so at night its nice and extra dark, but that also reduces the light polution. So you c
an be driving on the road and just look up and see all these stars.

It is really amazing just seeing all those stars. I still recall driving through South Dakota, and jus
t stopping my car in the middle of the Bad Lands a couple hours past Wall Drug, and just looking at th
e stars.

Oh those stars they were so amazing. Laying down on the hood staring up at them. Ussualy when you look
up you see empty black spaces, but there were no black spots just stars. Dim ones bright ones, all so
rts of them. It was like I was in another world. I was even talking to someone at that time and she sa
id the same thing, as if the signal was bouncing from space.

When I was in Saudi I stopped at a “coffee shop” aka “ma3ha”. What a depressing place, I went in and i
t was dark, they had these big blue velve shares all around and tvs in each corner. They were 5-9 peop
le smoking sheesha there. It was a real weird feeling. In Kuwait those places are open bright and have
thes bench style chairs so you can lie down and talk to the people around you. The ones in Saudi was
just dark and gloomy, reminds me of an opium den; where people go to get away from life and the outsid
e world. If thats how all or most of them are I really feel bad for the youth of Saudi.

This is different from even the kids I saw when driving to Salmi. So I am driving and see all these ca
rs parked on teh side and thinking “wtf” and then notice that for ever 2-4 cars there would be these g
uys just sitting down by them talking and stuff. It was cool, just being out in the cool desert hangin
g out and talking. It would be a lot better if they could kill the lights so we also be able to look a
t the stars.
Ever have trouble finding the square of a number? Or 21 x 23?

Well if you have run for your calculator to get the answer I got a new method for you. Found this anesthetist
1284,64575,00.html?tw=wn_tophead_1″>article on Wired abou
t Vedic Math which is an ancient
Indian mnemonic method of sutras to help your do some hard math very simply.

And it works I am quite impressed with how easy and simple it is. Already have some memorized so I can
use. Like this one
on how to do 21 x 23 in 3 easy steps.

And here are some other tutorials and examples of it in action:
VedicMaths.org
Hinduism.co.za
About.com
I decided to try out a little experiment to see how the male compares to the female one. Yes you read
it right. I am going to be using female deodorant.

They have always created this barrier that there is one for each of the sexes. But they are armpits! The human physiology can not be that much different between males and female that we sweat differently there.

For females I decided on Secret because its “strong enough for a man but pH balanced for a woman”. And the men is Gillette cause its “the best a man can get”.

I will be doing it for a week, this site testing Gillette on the left armpit, more about and Secret on the right. Will discuss how the sweating was, there residual and which one was dryer in general.

UpdateWell after my research I found out that a women targeted deodorant will last longer in a day compared to a mens one. But if you are the gym, the men’s deodorant will keep you dryer. So if you want something to last all day, then go for the womens, if you want something for the gym, or areas where you will be sweating a lot, then go for the mens.
With the elections coming up and the varied news sources and content that is out there it would be tough to keep track of everything as well as the World Cup. So this blog should make it easier to keep track of election coverage, ailment
and offer some commentary on what is going on.

It is an open registration so that everyone can input links, pictures, and their own commentary.
With the Kuwait election going on I felt it would be great to have a blog that would serve as a directory of news sources (blogs, look articles, illness
stats) as well provide orignal content for the elections.

How you can contribute:

Write a post about the elections on your blog, make a link for it as a post.

Find a great article, write about it and link to it.

Took some pictures tag them with kuwaitvote2006 so they can appear on the banner.
Kuwait Times have an article on Election costs detailing the amount pepole will pay for elections such as the tents and hospitality can cost candidates anywhere from KD 27, recipe cure 900 to KD 61, illness 500. Then for the advertising in news papers and other media it can range from KD 60,000 KD to even 100,000.
Welcome to WordPress. This is the first post!.

I have moved to WordPress, online
Movable Type has been annoing me lately and with a new year it is time for a change.

I have imported all of my old posts, medical
but they are some problems in them in terms of links and spaces, sales
but overall they are readable. I have made a backup of my old blog located here http://www.kuwaitblogs.com/users/nibaq.mt/

I am sure the search engines will like that.

Expect some more random changes as I tweak all of this, style and adding links and stuff.
With the elections coming up and the varied news sources and content that is out there it would be tough to keep track of everything as well as the World Cup. So this blog should make it easier to keep track of election coverage, ailment
and offer some commentary on what is going on.

It is an open registration so that everyone can input links, pictures, and their own commentary.
With the Kuwait election going on I felt it would be great to have a blog that would serve as a directory of news sources (blogs, look articles, illness
stats) as well provide orignal content for the elections.

How you can contribute:

Write a post about the elections on your blog, make a link for it as a post.

Find a great article, write about it and link to it.

Took some pictures tag them with kuwaitvote2006 so they can appear on the banner.
Kuwait Times have an article on Election costs detailing the amount pepole will pay for elections such as the tents and hospitality can cost candidates anywhere from KD 27, recipe cure 900 to KD 61, illness 500. Then for the advertising in news papers and other media it can range from KD 60,000 KD to even 100,000.
Welcome to WordPress. This is the first post!.

I have moved to WordPress, online
Movable Type has been annoing me lately and with a new year it is time for a change.

I have imported all of my old posts, medical
but they are some problems in them in terms of links and spaces, sales
but overall they are readable. I have made a backup of my old blog located here http://www.kuwaitblogs.com/users/nibaq.mt/

I am sure the search engines will like that.

Expect some more random changes as I tweak all of this, style and adding links and stuff.
So after setting up Kuwaitblogs.com, approved
thought to myself I dont have a blog. So here is mine.
HKWK has this post
on democracy and how it is just crap in Kuwait.

But we are not a democracy. When you
have hand full of men voting for the rest of the population, phthisiatrician that is not a majority.

But even then the majority doesn’t know whats good for them most of the time. They will look out for t
heir best interests.

Yet having a majority rule is the least of our problems. In the last election my father an I were talk
ing to our neighbor infront of the election center (the elementry school) and asked who he voted for.
He mentioned a guy that is known to be a cheater, sale and a theif. He has no qualifications in terms of pu
blic service. So my father asked him why? He said basicly “wasta”. Our neighbor was hoping with this g
uy being elected he will get some wasta for his children and stuff.

“Wasta” is what really killing Kuwait. We need to eliminate this concept from our society. Government
officials are getting elected because of wasta; criminals are let out on jail because of it.

So how can we have a democracy when there is no equality in this country? It has come to the point whe
re your just as strong as how many wastas you have.
. I love watches, order even though I
haven’t worn one since Feb. but this collection is just amazing. It captures some of the modern desig
ns that people were coming up with in the 50-70s with the new technology in the clock work and the pro
duction. Link
Looks like Nokia is trying to cash in with the moblog thing. But t
his new thing called hepatitis ,54628,00.html”>Lifeblog is a program t
hat you can use to capture and collects pictures, movies and messagse and organizes in chornological o
rder so you can upload and access it later. But it doesn’t save it on the internet, seems when the mem
ory is full on your phone you can just upload it on your PC.
French blogger Philippe De Jonckeere has been on a quest
to send racy porn pictures in translucent envelopes, artificial then send them via normal US mail in Chicago.
Link (Contains Nudity) [via Boing Boing
]

I wonder what would happen if you did this to Kuwait’s amazing mail service. I am sure it would turn t
he post service to chaos.
We watched Super Size Me tonight, pharm to prepare for it
we went to McDonalds and all got a superzie meal.
I ate Quater Pounder Meal (Supersized) , prosthetic and a Smarties McFlurry.
I figured make my last meal a memorable one…

If you are not familair with this movie, visit Morgan decides to see what happens if he at McDonalds for a w
hole month eating 3 meals a day from them. He can only eat and drink only what they sell over the coun
ter.

So your taken on a journey though this ordeal. At first he enjoys it the sugar rush and just that “hig
h” feeling after eating a whole meal filled with sugar and fat. Yet with any “high” it becomes addicti
ng and effecting his bodys functions.

He took a complete physical before he started this mission, but by the first week he has gained 5kg (1
0lbs) in just 1 week, his liver was becoming toxic cholestorl and blood pressure was rising.

His doctors and crew are stunned by this huge increase. They were expecint the weight gain, but what w
as happening inside his body was the real shocker. Seems all that fat and sugar he was eating was dama
ging his liver, kidneys and other body parts. As they stated it, it was like he was “pickling his live
r”, and begging him to stop.

You have to consider one thing, he took it to the extreme. He was eating McDonalds 3 times a day, accu
milating 5000 calories a day. Where your average balane calorie count should be around 2000. He also d
idn’t excersice, he wanted to copy the standard American who does not walk more than 1-2 miles.

Yet one thing that kept coming up while watching this movie, wasn’t what he was saying, but what my fr
iends and I were. We kept saying “hey just like Kuwait”.

For in Kuwait we dont walk anywhere I am sure if people registered how much an average Kuwaiti walks i
t would be less than 1 mile. We are sadly a lazy people. We blame the heat when we can’t go out, we sa
y there is nothing to do except goto restaurants. Then when we do go out to do something we just sit d
own there idly for hours.

You may not notice this much with adults, but take a look at the children. They are FAT munching down
hamburgers, and sitting down playing computer games. The concept of going out and actually enjoying th
e outside is something foriegn to them.

This is killing us. We are the highest per capita in terms of diabetes, espeically with children; and
heart problem with adults.

This needs to change. We need to get of our asses and do something. They say just a baisc 20 minute wa
lk everyday is one of the best things you can do to your body. I know one thing I plan to do is get my
cousins to eat a bit healthier cause every little bit counts when they are young.
Extreme Democracy a collection of essays and thoughts a
bout how technology is changing how we communicate and it is affecting the way democracy works.

“Extreme democracy” is a political philosophy of the information era that puts people in charge of the entire political process. It suggests a deliberative process that places total confidence in the people, caries opening the policy-making process to many centers of power through deeply networked coalitions that can be organized around local, ailment national and international issues.

I am really fascinated by it and actually printing this all out. With the formation of these blogs around Kuwait and the people expressing their opinions and feelings.

We the Kuwait bloggers are forming a network. Slowly but surely we are in the avenue of change. It won’t be a revolution where people are fighting it out in the streets but an evolution. Where everyone will be informed and aware then acting.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years), price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years), price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
Seems Kellogs is join McDonalds in making a healthier product
for kids. They are ask 2763, food
1282245,00.html?=rss”>going t
o lower the sugar in Frosted Flakes.

I had many good times as a kid with Tony. I would eat it out the box no milk or anything just munch th
e stuff down. It was soo good, I would literaly be boucning of the walls with a sugar high. I was a v
ery skinny kid.

So after watching Super Size Me< /a> and how kids are becoming overweight. It occured to me what we really need to do is feed these kid
s pure sugar. Lower the fat, but just have them bouncing of the walls. They are getting a work out, an
d losing weight at the same time by actually burning the calories they intake instead of just watching
TV or playing video games.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years),
price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
Seems Kellogs is join McDonalds in making a healthier product
for kids. They are ask 2763, food
1282245,00.html?=rss”>going t
o lower the sugar in Frosted Flakes.

I had many good times as a kid with Tony. I would eat it out the box no milk or anything just munch th
e stuff down. It was soo good, I would literaly be boucning of the walls with a sugar high. I was a v
ery skinny kid.

So after watching Super Size Me< /a> and how kids are becoming overweight. It occured to me what we really need to do is feed these kid
s pure sugar. Lower the fat, but just have them bouncing of the walls. They are getting a work out, an
d losing weight at the same time by actually burning the calories they intake instead of just watching
TV or playing video games.
Just got home from a super long road trip. Drove from Kuwait to Saudi and back to Kuwait all the say t
o Salmi. That is a total of 1500km I started driving around 9am got home at 2am,
ask and had about 3-4 hou
rs of not driving time. So you do that math.

It was an ok trip. I really hate Saudi roads, they are the worst I ever seen. The road from Kuwait to
Jabiel is just 2 lanes. Not 2 lanes each way, but 1 lane each way. So imagine this road with pot holes
, trailers going 60-80km hours and trying to time the distance of the cars on the other side so you ca
n plan the overtake the car infront of you.

Now try doing that at night, where the cars come have their high beams on.

One thing thought that I have a love hate relationship with is the lights. They dont have any lights o
n their roads, so at night its nice and extra dark, but that also reduces the light polution. So you c
an be driving on the road and just look up and see all these stars.

It is really amazing just seeing all those stars. I still recall driving through South Dakota, and jus
t stopping my car in the middle of the Bad Lands a couple hours past Wall Drug, and just looking at th
e stars.

Oh those stars they were so amazing. Laying down on the hood staring up at them. Ussualy when you look
up you see empty black spaces, but there were no black spots just stars. Dim ones bright ones, all so
rts of them. It was like I was in another world. I was even talking to someone at that time and she sa
id the same thing, as if the signal was bouncing from space.

When I was in Saudi I stopped at a “coffee shop” aka “ma3ha”. What a depressing place, I went in and i
t was dark, they had these big blue velve shares all around and tvs in each corner. They were 5-9 peop
le smoking sheesha there. It was a real weird feeling. In Kuwait those places are open bright and have
thes bench style chairs so you can lie down and talk to the people around you. The ones in Saudi was
just dark and gloomy, reminds me of an opium den; where people go to get away from life and the outsid
e world. If thats how all or most of them are I really feel bad for the youth of Saudi.

This is different from even the kids I saw when driving to Salmi. So I am driving and see all these ca
rs parked on teh side and thinking “wtf” and then notice that for ever 2-4 cars there would be these g
uys just sitting down by them talking and stuff. It was cool, just being out in the cool desert hangin
g out and talking. It would be a lot better if they could kill the lights so we also be able to look a
t the stars.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years), price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
Seems Kellogs is join McDonalds in making a healthier product
for kids. They are ask 2763, food
1282245,00.html?=rss”>going t
o lower the sugar in Frosted Flakes.

I had many good times as a kid with Tony. I would eat it out the box no milk or anything just munch th
e stuff down. It was soo good, I would literaly be boucning of the walls with a sugar high. I was a v
ery skinny kid.

So after watching Super Size Me< /a> and how kids are becoming overweight. It occured to me what we really need to do is feed these kid
s pure sugar. Lower the fat, but just have them bouncing of the walls. They are getting a work out, an
d losing weight at the same time by actually burning the calories they intake instead of just watching
TV or playing video games.
Just got home from a super long road trip. Drove from Kuwait to Saudi and back to Kuwait all the say t
o Salmi. That is a total of 1500km I started driving around 9am got home at 2am,
ask and had about 3-4 hou
rs of not driving time. So you do that math.

It was an ok trip. I really hate Saudi roads, they are the worst I ever seen. The road from Kuwait to
Jabiel is just 2 lanes. Not 2 lanes each way, but 1 lane each way. So imagine this road with pot holes
, trailers going 60-80km hours and trying to time the distance of the cars on the other side so you ca
n plan the overtake the car infront of you.

Now try doing that at night, where the cars come have their high beams on.

One thing thought that I have a love hate relationship with is the lights. They dont have any lights o
n their roads, so at night its nice and extra dark, but that also reduces the light polution. So you c
an be driving on the road and just look up and see all these stars.

It is really amazing just seeing all those stars. I still recall driving through South Dakota, and jus
t stopping my car in the middle of the Bad Lands a couple hours past Wall Drug, and just looking at th
e stars.

Oh those stars they were so amazing. Laying down on the hood staring up at them. Ussualy when you look
up you see empty black spaces, but there were no black spots just stars. Dim ones bright ones, all so
rts of them. It was like I was in another world. I was even talking to someone at that time and she sa
id the same thing, as if the signal was bouncing from space.

When I was in Saudi I stopped at a “coffee shop” aka “ma3ha”. What a depressing place, I went in and i
t was dark, they had these big blue velve shares all around and tvs in each corner. They were 5-9 peop
le smoking sheesha there. It was a real weird feeling. In Kuwait those places are open bright and have
thes bench style chairs so you can lie down and talk to the people around you. The ones in Saudi was
just dark and gloomy, reminds me of an opium den; where people go to get away from life and the outsid
e world. If thats how all or most of them are I really feel bad for the youth of Saudi.

This is different from even the kids I saw when driving to Salmi. So I am driving and see all these ca
rs parked on teh side and thinking “wtf” and then notice that for ever 2-4 cars there would be these g
uys just sitting down by them talking and stuff. It was cool, just being out in the cool desert hangin
g out and talking. It would be a lot better if they could kill the lights so we also be able to look a
t the stars.
Ever have trouble finding the square of a number? Or 21 x 23?

Well if you have run for your calculator to get the answer I got a new method for you. Found this anesthetist
1284,64575,00.html?tw=wn_tophead_1″>article on Wired abou
t Vedic Math which is an ancient
Indian mnemonic method of sutras to help your do some hard math very simply.

And it works I am quite impressed with how easy and simple it is. Already have some memorized so I can
use. Like this one
on how to do 21 x 23 in 3 easy steps.

And here are some other tutorials and examples of it in action:
VedicMaths.org
Hinduism.co.za
About.com
I decided to try out a little experiment to see how the male compares to the female one. Yes you read
it right. I am going to be using female deodorant.

They have always created this barrier that there is one for each of the sexes. But they are armpits! The human physiology can not be that much different between males and female that we sweat differently there.

For females I decided on Secret because its “strong enough for a man but pH balanced for a woman”. And the men is Gillette cause its “the best a man can get”.

I will be doing it for a week, this site testing Gillette on the left armpit, more about and Secret on the right. Will discuss how the sweating was, there residual and which one was dryer in general.

UpdateWell after my research I found out that a women targeted deodorant will last longer in a day compared to a mens one. But if you are the gym, the men’s deodorant will keep you dryer. So if you want something to last all day, then go for the womens, if you want something for the gym, or areas where you will be sweating a lot, then go for the mens.
I was talking to someone earlier about gyms and told her I was doing Spinning Class. She didn’t get til I showed her that site, pilule but she thought it was like when you
were kid holding hands and spnning around in a cirlcle.

Thats where it came to me, buy cialis making a gym for adults based on toys and games we played when we were kids
.

I used to have fun with those kids games, they were so simple and you had to communicate and play with
other kids. We used to play catch when I was in elementary school during lunch time running around tr
y to avoid being caught or to catch some one. Then you had dodge ball that was always a great game kep
t you quick on your feet. Another great one was the wheel thingie. Where you would get in and someone
fast would hold on to the railing and run spinning you faster and faster and you just tried to hold on
for dear life so you dont get throw off.

There were also trampolines, and slides and swings and see-saws. You could have fun on those things fo
r hours and days cause they were so simple and fun!

Those were the days..

I’d love to go to a gym where thats all we would do. It would be a great work out and fun as well. Do
a warm up on the trampoline for 10 minutes then go join the game of catch or dodge ball for about an h
our. Then go to the swing for 20 minutes of cool down.

That would be such a great work out, got your cardio, and some toning all in 1 hour and 30 minutes and
it would be FUN!

We so need an adult kids gym.
With the elections coming up and the varied news sources and content that is out there it would be tough to keep track of everything as well as the World Cup. So this blog should make it easier to keep track of election coverage, ailment
and offer some commentary on what is going on.

It is an open registration so that everyone can input links, pictures, and their own commentary.
With the Kuwait election going on I felt it would be great to have a blog that would serve as a directory of news sources (blogs, look articles, illness
stats) as well provide orignal content for the elections.

How you can contribute:

Write a post about the elections on your blog, make a link for it as a post.

Find a great article, write about it and link to it.

Took some pictures tag them with kuwaitvote2006 so they can appear on the banner.
Kuwait Times have an article on Election costs detailing the amount pepole will pay for elections such as the tents and hospitality can cost candidates anywhere from KD 27, recipe cure 900 to KD 61, illness 500. Then for the advertising in news papers and other media it can range from KD 60,000 KD to even 100,000.
Welcome to WordPress. This is the first post!.

I have moved to WordPress, online
Movable Type has been annoing me lately and with a new year it is time for a change.

I have imported all of my old posts, medical
but they are some problems in them in terms of links and spaces, sales
but overall they are readable. I have made a backup of my old blog located here http://www.kuwaitblogs.com/users/nibaq.mt/

I am sure the search engines will like that.

Expect some more random changes as I tweak all of this, style and adding links and stuff.
With the elections coming up and the varied news sources and content that is out there it would be tough to keep track of everything as well as the World Cup. So this blog should make it easier to keep track of election coverage, ailment
and offer some commentary on what is going on.

It is an open registration so that everyone can input links, pictures, and their own commentary.
With the Kuwait election going on I felt it would be great to have a blog that would serve as a directory of news sources (blogs, look articles, illness
stats) as well provide orignal content for the elections.

How you can contribute:

Write a post about the elections on your blog, make a link for it as a post.

Find a great article, write about it and link to it.

Took some pictures tag them with kuwaitvote2006 so they can appear on the banner.
Kuwait Times have an article on Election costs detailing the amount pepole will pay for elections such as the tents and hospitality can cost candidates anywhere from KD 27, recipe cure 900 to KD 61, illness 500. Then for the advertising in news papers and other media it can range from KD 60,000 KD to even 100,000.
Welcome to WordPress. This is the first post!.

I have moved to WordPress, online
Movable Type has been annoing me lately and with a new year it is time for a change.

I have imported all of my old posts, medical
but they are some problems in them in terms of links and spaces, sales
but overall they are readable. I have made a backup of my old blog located here http://www.kuwaitblogs.com/users/nibaq.mt/

I am sure the search engines will like that.

Expect some more random changes as I tweak all of this, style and adding links and stuff.
So after setting up Kuwaitblogs.com, approved
thought to myself I dont have a blog. So here is mine.
HKWK has this post
on democracy and how it is just crap in Kuwait.

But we are not a democracy. When you
have hand full of men voting for the rest of the population, phthisiatrician that is not a majority.

But even then the majority doesn’t know whats good for them most of the time. They will look out for t
heir best interests.

Yet having a majority rule is the least of our problems. In the last election my father an I were talk
ing to our neighbor infront of the election center (the elementry school) and asked who he voted for.
He mentioned a guy that is known to be a cheater, sale and a theif. He has no qualifications in terms of pu
blic service. So my father asked him why? He said basicly “wasta”. Our neighbor was hoping with this g
uy being elected he will get some wasta for his children and stuff.

“Wasta” is what really killing Kuwait. We need to eliminate this concept from our society. Government
officials are getting elected because of wasta; criminals are let out on jail because of it.

So how can we have a democracy when there is no equality in this country? It has come to the point whe
re your just as strong as how many wastas you have.
. I love watches, order even though I
haven’t worn one since Feb. but this collection is just amazing. It captures some of the modern desig
ns that people were coming up with in the 50-70s with the new technology in the clock work and the pro
duction. Link
Looks like Nokia is trying to cash in with the moblog thing. But t
his new thing called hepatitis ,54628,00.html”>Lifeblog is a program t
hat you can use to capture and collects pictures, movies and messagse and organizes in chornological o
rder so you can upload and access it later. But it doesn’t save it on the internet, seems when the mem
ory is full on your phone you can just upload it on your PC.
French blogger Philippe De Jonckeere has been on a quest
to send racy porn pictures in translucent envelopes, artificial then send them via normal US mail in Chicago.
Link (Contains Nudity) [via Boing Boing
]

I wonder what would happen if you did this to Kuwait’s amazing mail service. I am sure it would turn t
he post service to chaos.
We watched Super Size Me tonight, pharm to prepare for it
we went to McDonalds and all got a superzie meal.
I ate Quater Pounder Meal (Supersized) , prosthetic and a Smarties McFlurry.
I figured make my last meal a memorable one…

If you are not familair with this movie, visit Morgan decides to see what happens if he at McDonalds for a w
hole month eating 3 meals a day from them. He can only eat and drink only what they sell over the coun
ter.

So your taken on a journey though this ordeal. At first he enjoys it the sugar rush and just that “hig
h” feeling after eating a whole meal filled with sugar and fat. Yet with any “high” it becomes addicti
ng and effecting his bodys functions.

He took a complete physical before he started this mission, but by the first week he has gained 5kg (1
0lbs) in just 1 week, his liver was becoming toxic cholestorl and blood pressure was rising.

His doctors and crew are stunned by this huge increase. They were expecint the weight gain, but what w
as happening inside his body was the real shocker. Seems all that fat and sugar he was eating was dama
ging his liver, kidneys and other body parts. As they stated it, it was like he was “pickling his live
r”, and begging him to stop.

You have to consider one thing, he took it to the extreme. He was eating McDonalds 3 times a day, accu
milating 5000 calories a day. Where your average balane calorie count should be around 2000. He also d
idn’t excersice, he wanted to copy the standard American who does not walk more than 1-2 miles.

Yet one thing that kept coming up while watching this movie, wasn’t what he was saying, but what my fr
iends and I were. We kept saying “hey just like Kuwait”.

For in Kuwait we dont walk anywhere I am sure if people registered how much an average Kuwaiti walks i
t would be less than 1 mile. We are sadly a lazy people. We blame the heat when we can’t go out, we sa
y there is nothing to do except goto restaurants. Then when we do go out to do something we just sit d
own there idly for hours.

You may not notice this much with adults, but take a look at the children. They are FAT munching down
hamburgers, and sitting down playing computer games. The concept of going out and actually enjoying th
e outside is something foriegn to them.

This is killing us. We are the highest per capita in terms of diabetes, espeically with children; and
heart problem with adults.

This needs to change. We need to get of our asses and do something. They say just a baisc 20 minute wa
lk everyday is one of the best things you can do to your body. I know one thing I plan to do is get my
cousins to eat a bit healthier cause every little bit counts when they are young.
Extreme Democracy a collection of essays and thoughts a
bout how technology is changing how we communicate and it is affecting the way democracy works.

“Extreme democracy” is a political philosophy of the information era that puts people in charge of the entire political process. It suggests a deliberative process that places total confidence in the people, caries opening the policy-making process to many centers of power through deeply networked coalitions that can be organized around local, ailment national and international issues.

I am really fascinated by it and actually printing this all out. With the formation of these blogs around Kuwait and the people expressing their opinions and feelings.

We the Kuwait bloggers are forming a network. Slowly but surely we are in the avenue of change. It won’t be a revolution where people are fighting it out in the streets but an evolution. Where everyone will be informed and aware then acting.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years), price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years), price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
Seems Kellogs is join McDonalds in making a healthier product
for kids. They are ask 2763, food
1282245,00.html?=rss”>going t
o lower the sugar in Frosted Flakes.

I had many good times as a kid with Tony. I would eat it out the box no milk or anything just munch th
e stuff down. It was soo good, I would literaly be boucning of the walls with a sugar high. I was a v
ery skinny kid.

So after watching Super Size Me< /a> and how kids are becoming overweight. It occured to me what we really need to do is feed these kid
s pure sugar. Lower the fat, but just have them bouncing of the walls. They are getting a work out, an
d losing weight at the same time by actually burning the calories they intake instead of just watching
TV or playing video games.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years),
price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
Seems Kellogs is join McDonalds in making a healthier product
for kids. They are ask 2763, food
1282245,00.html?=rss”>going t
o lower the sugar in Frosted Flakes.

I had many good times as a kid with Tony. I would eat it out the box no milk or anything just munch th
e stuff down. It was soo good, I would literaly be boucning of the walls with a sugar high. I was a v
ery skinny kid.

So after watching Super Size Me< /a> and how kids are becoming overweight. It occured to me what we really need to do is feed these kid
s pure sugar. Lower the fat, but just have them bouncing of the walls. They are getting a work out, an
d losing weight at the same time by actually burning the calories they intake instead of just watching
TV or playing video games.
Just got home from a super long road trip. Drove from Kuwait to Saudi and back to Kuwait all the say t
o Salmi. That is a total of 1500km I started driving around 9am got home at 2am,
ask and had about 3-4 hou
rs of not driving time. So you do that math.

It was an ok trip. I really hate Saudi roads, they are the worst I ever seen. The road from Kuwait to
Jabiel is just 2 lanes. Not 2 lanes each way, but 1 lane each way. So imagine this road with pot holes
, trailers going 60-80km hours and trying to time the distance of the cars on the other side so you ca
n plan the overtake the car infront of you.

Now try doing that at night, where the cars come have their high beams on.

One thing thought that I have a love hate relationship with is the lights. They dont have any lights o
n their roads, so at night its nice and extra dark, but that also reduces the light polution. So you c
an be driving on the road and just look up and see all these stars.

It is really amazing just seeing all those stars. I still recall driving through South Dakota, and jus
t stopping my car in the middle of the Bad Lands a couple hours past Wall Drug, and just looking at th
e stars.

Oh those stars they were so amazing. Laying down on the hood staring up at them. Ussualy when you look
up you see empty black spaces, but there were no black spots just stars. Dim ones bright ones, all so
rts of them. It was like I was in another world. I was even talking to someone at that time and she sa
id the same thing, as if the signal was bouncing from space.

When I was in Saudi I stopped at a “coffee shop” aka “ma3ha”. What a depressing place, I went in and i
t was dark, they had these big blue velve shares all around and tvs in each corner. They were 5-9 peop
le smoking sheesha there. It was a real weird feeling. In Kuwait those places are open bright and have
thes bench style chairs so you can lie down and talk to the people around you. The ones in Saudi was
just dark and gloomy, reminds me of an opium den; where people go to get away from life and the outsid
e world. If thats how all or most of them are I really feel bad for the youth of Saudi.

This is different from even the kids I saw when driving to Salmi. So I am driving and see all these ca
rs parked on teh side and thinking “wtf” and then notice that for ever 2-4 cars there would be these g
uys just sitting down by them talking and stuff. It was cool, just being out in the cool desert hangin
g out and talking. It would be a lot better if they could kill the lights so we also be able to look a
t the stars.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years), price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
Seems Kellogs is join McDonalds in making a healthier product
for kids. They are ask 2763, food
1282245,00.html?=rss”>going t
o lower the sugar in Frosted Flakes.

I had many good times as a kid with Tony. I would eat it out the box no milk or anything just munch th
e stuff down. It was soo good, I would literaly be boucning of the walls with a sugar high. I was a v
ery skinny kid.

So after watching Super Size Me< /a> and how kids are becoming overweight. It occured to me what we really need to do is feed these kid
s pure sugar. Lower the fat, but just have them bouncing of the walls. They are getting a work out, an
d losing weight at the same time by actually burning the calories they intake instead of just watching
TV or playing video games.
Just got home from a super long road trip. Drove from Kuwait to Saudi and back to Kuwait all the say t
o Salmi. That is a total of 1500km I started driving around 9am got home at 2am,
ask and had about 3-4 hou
rs of not driving time. So you do that math.

It was an ok trip. I really hate Saudi roads, they are the worst I ever seen. The road from Kuwait to
Jabiel is just 2 lanes. Not 2 lanes each way, but 1 lane each way. So imagine this road with pot holes
, trailers going 60-80km hours and trying to time the distance of the cars on the other side so you ca
n plan the overtake the car infront of you.

Now try doing that at night, where the cars come have their high beams on.

One thing thought that I have a love hate relationship with is the lights. They dont have any lights o
n their roads, so at night its nice and extra dark, but that also reduces the light polution. So you c
an be driving on the road and just look up and see all these stars.

It is really amazing just seeing all those stars. I still recall driving through South Dakota, and jus
t stopping my car in the middle of the Bad Lands a couple hours past Wall Drug, and just looking at th
e stars.

Oh those stars they were so amazing. Laying down on the hood staring up at them. Ussualy when you look
up you see empty black spaces, but there were no black spots just stars. Dim ones bright ones, all so
rts of them. It was like I was in another world. I was even talking to someone at that time and she sa
id the same thing, as if the signal was bouncing from space.

When I was in Saudi I stopped at a “coffee shop” aka “ma3ha”. What a depressing place, I went in and i
t was dark, they had these big blue velve shares all around and tvs in each corner. They were 5-9 peop
le smoking sheesha there. It was a real weird feeling. In Kuwait those places are open bright and have
thes bench style chairs so you can lie down and talk to the people around you. The ones in Saudi was
just dark and gloomy, reminds me of an opium den; where people go to get away from life and the outsid
e world. If thats how all or most of them are I really feel bad for the youth of Saudi.

This is different from even the kids I saw when driving to Salmi. So I am driving and see all these ca
rs parked on teh side and thinking “wtf” and then notice that for ever 2-4 cars there would be these g
uys just sitting down by them talking and stuff. It was cool, just being out in the cool desert hangin
g out and talking. It would be a lot better if they could kill the lights so we also be able to look a
t the stars.
Ever have trouble finding the square of a number? Or 21 x 23?

Well if you have run for your calculator to get the answer I got a new method for you. Found this anesthetist
1284,64575,00.html?tw=wn_tophead_1″>article on Wired abou
t Vedic Math which is an ancient
Indian mnemonic method of sutras to help your do some hard math very simply.

And it works I am quite impressed with how easy and simple it is. Already have some memorized so I can
use. Like this one
on how to do 21 x 23 in 3 easy steps.

And here are some other tutorials and examples of it in action:
VedicMaths.org
Hinduism.co.za
About.com
I decided to try out a little experiment to see how the male compares to the female one. Yes you read
it right. I am going to be using female deodorant.

They have always created this barrier that there is one for each of the sexes. But they are armpits! The human physiology can not be that much different between males and female that we sweat differently there.

For females I decided on Secret because its “strong enough for a man but pH balanced for a woman”. And the men is Gillette cause its “the best a man can get”.

I will be doing it for a week, this site testing Gillette on the left armpit, more about and Secret on the right. Will discuss how the sweating was, there residual and which one was dryer in general.

UpdateWell after my research I found out that a women targeted deodorant will last longer in a day compared to a mens one. But if you are the gym, the men’s deodorant will keep you dryer. So if you want something to last all day, then go for the womens, if you want something for the gym, or areas where you will be sweating a lot, then go for the mens.
I was talking to someone earlier about gyms and told her I was doing Spinning Class. She didn’t get til I showed her that site, pilule but she thought it was like when you
were kid holding hands and spnning around in a cirlcle.

Thats where it came to me, buy cialis making a gym for adults based on toys and games we played when we were kids
.

I used to have fun with those kids games, they were so simple and you had to communicate and play with
other kids. We used to play catch when I was in elementary school during lunch time running around tr
y to avoid being caught or to catch some one. Then you had dodge ball that was always a great game kep
t you quick on your feet. Another great one was the wheel thingie. Where you would get in and someone
fast would hold on to the railing and run spinning you faster and faster and you just tried to hold on
for dear life so you dont get throw off.

There were also trampolines, and slides and swings and see-saws. You could have fun on those things fo
r hours and days cause they were so simple and fun!

Those were the days..

I’d love to go to a gym where thats all we would do. It would be a great work out and fun as well. Do
a warm up on the trampoline for 10 minutes then go join the game of catch or dodge ball for about an h
our. Then go to the swing for 20 minutes of cool down.

That would be such a great work out, got your cardio, and some toning all in 1 hour and 30 minutes and
it would be FUN!

We so need an adult kids gym.
I hate the Arabic keyboard, shop its horrible keys are placed weirdly just look where the ذ is. Why i
s all the way it is near the 1? Then you have all these akward finger movements. The person who design
ed the keyboard should be tied to a chair and keyboard be and forced to use their own creation.

Luckily there is a salvation!

The ASDF Arabic Keyboard. This thing is a
maizng and has really simplified my arabic typing. I can now spell my name in arabic in 5 seconds inst
ead of the previous 5 minutes.

The way he did it is by having the arabic letters sound based on the english keyboard. ا=A &#158
7;=S. And the based on shape E=ع. The best thing I love about it is that the symbols ( , viagra order . / ;
‘ ) are placed in the same location as the english ones.

kbdarab.gif

So if you hate the Arabic keyboard laybout I highly recommend getting the ASDF Arabic layout your eyes
and fingers will apperciate it.
With the elections coming up and the varied news sources and content that is out there it would be tough to keep track of everything as well as the World Cup. So this blog should make it easier to keep track of election coverage, ailment
and offer some commentary on what is going on.

It is an open registration so that everyone can input links, pictures, and their own commentary.
With the Kuwait election going on I felt it would be great to have a blog that would serve as a directory of news sources (blogs, look articles, illness
stats) as well provide orignal content for the elections.

How you can contribute:

Write a post about the elections on your blog, make a link for it as a post.

Find a great article, write about it and link to it.

Took some pictures tag them with kuwaitvote2006 so they can appear on the banner.
Kuwait Times have an article on Election costs detailing the amount pepole will pay for elections such as the tents and hospitality can cost candidates anywhere from KD 27, recipe cure 900 to KD 61, illness 500. Then for the advertising in news papers and other media it can range from KD 60,000 KD to even 100,000.
Welcome to WordPress. This is the first post!.

I have moved to WordPress, online
Movable Type has been annoing me lately and with a new year it is time for a change.

I have imported all of my old posts, medical
but they are some problems in them in terms of links and spaces, sales
but overall they are readable. I have made a backup of my old blog located here http://www.kuwaitblogs.com/users/nibaq.mt/

I am sure the search engines will like that.

Expect some more random changes as I tweak all of this, style and adding links and stuff.
With the elections coming up and the varied news sources and content that is out there it would be tough to keep track of everything as well as the World Cup. So this blog should make it easier to keep track of election coverage, ailment
and offer some commentary on what is going on.

It is an open registration so that everyone can input links, pictures, and their own commentary.
With the Kuwait election going on I felt it would be great to have a blog that would serve as a directory of news sources (blogs, look articles, illness
stats) as well provide orignal content for the elections.

How you can contribute:

Write a post about the elections on your blog, make a link for it as a post.

Find a great article, write about it and link to it.

Took some pictures tag them with kuwaitvote2006 so they can appear on the banner.
Kuwait Times have an article on Election costs detailing the amount pepole will pay for elections such as the tents and hospitality can cost candidates anywhere from KD 27, recipe cure 900 to KD 61, illness 500. Then for the advertising in news papers and other media it can range from KD 60,000 KD to even 100,000.
Welcome to WordPress. This is the first post!.

I have moved to WordPress, online
Movable Type has been annoing me lately and with a new year it is time for a change.

I have imported all of my old posts, medical
but they are some problems in them in terms of links and spaces, sales
but overall they are readable. I have made a backup of my old blog located here http://www.kuwaitblogs.com/users/nibaq.mt/

I am sure the search engines will like that.

Expect some more random changes as I tweak all of this, style and adding links and stuff.
So after setting up Kuwaitblogs.com, approved
thought to myself I dont have a blog. So here is mine.
HKWK has this post
on democracy and how it is just crap in Kuwait.

But we are not a democracy. When you
have hand full of men voting for the rest of the population, phthisiatrician that is not a majority.

But even then the majority doesn’t know whats good for them most of the time. They will look out for t
heir best interests.

Yet having a majority rule is the least of our problems. In the last election my father an I were talk
ing to our neighbor infront of the election center (the elementry school) and asked who he voted for.
He mentioned a guy that is known to be a cheater, sale and a theif. He has no qualifications in terms of pu
blic service. So my father asked him why? He said basicly “wasta”. Our neighbor was hoping with this g
uy being elected he will get some wasta for his children and stuff.

“Wasta” is what really killing Kuwait. We need to eliminate this concept from our society. Government
officials are getting elected because of wasta; criminals are let out on jail because of it.

So how can we have a democracy when there is no equality in this country? It has come to the point whe
re your just as strong as how many wastas you have.
. I love watches, order even though I
haven’t worn one since Feb. but this collection is just amazing. It captures some of the modern desig
ns that people were coming up with in the 50-70s with the new technology in the clock work and the pro
duction. Link
Looks like Nokia is trying to cash in with the moblog thing. But t
his new thing called hepatitis ,54628,00.html”>Lifeblog is a program t
hat you can use to capture and collects pictures, movies and messagse and organizes in chornological o
rder so you can upload and access it later. But it doesn’t save it on the internet, seems when the mem
ory is full on your phone you can just upload it on your PC.
French blogger Philippe De Jonckeere has been on a quest
to send racy porn pictures in translucent envelopes, artificial then send them via normal US mail in Chicago.
Link (Contains Nudity) [via Boing Boing
]

I wonder what would happen if you did this to Kuwait’s amazing mail service. I am sure it would turn t
he post service to chaos.
We watched Super Size Me tonight, pharm to prepare for it
we went to McDonalds and all got a superzie meal.
I ate Quater Pounder Meal (Supersized) , prosthetic and a Smarties McFlurry.
I figured make my last meal a memorable one…

If you are not familair with this movie, visit Morgan decides to see what happens if he at McDonalds for a w
hole month eating 3 meals a day from them. He can only eat and drink only what they sell over the coun
ter.

So your taken on a journey though this ordeal. At first he enjoys it the sugar rush and just that “hig
h” feeling after eating a whole meal filled with sugar and fat. Yet with any “high” it becomes addicti
ng and effecting his bodys functions.

He took a complete physical before he started this mission, but by the first week he has gained 5kg (1
0lbs) in just 1 week, his liver was becoming toxic cholestorl and blood pressure was rising.

His doctors and crew are stunned by this huge increase. They were expecint the weight gain, but what w
as happening inside his body was the real shocker. Seems all that fat and sugar he was eating was dama
ging his liver, kidneys and other body parts. As they stated it, it was like he was “pickling his live
r”, and begging him to stop.

You have to consider one thing, he took it to the extreme. He was eating McDonalds 3 times a day, accu
milating 5000 calories a day. Where your average balane calorie count should be around 2000. He also d
idn’t excersice, he wanted to copy the standard American who does not walk more than 1-2 miles.

Yet one thing that kept coming up while watching this movie, wasn’t what he was saying, but what my fr
iends and I were. We kept saying “hey just like Kuwait”.

For in Kuwait we dont walk anywhere I am sure if people registered how much an average Kuwaiti walks i
t would be less than 1 mile. We are sadly a lazy people. We blame the heat when we can’t go out, we sa
y there is nothing to do except goto restaurants. Then when we do go out to do something we just sit d
own there idly for hours.

You may not notice this much with adults, but take a look at the children. They are FAT munching down
hamburgers, and sitting down playing computer games. The concept of going out and actually enjoying th
e outside is something foriegn to them.

This is killing us. We are the highest per capita in terms of diabetes, espeically with children; and
heart problem with adults.

This needs to change. We need to get of our asses and do something. They say just a baisc 20 minute wa
lk everyday is one of the best things you can do to your body. I know one thing I plan to do is get my
cousins to eat a bit healthier cause every little bit counts when they are young.
Extreme Democracy a collection of essays and thoughts a
bout how technology is changing how we communicate and it is affecting the way democracy works.

“Extreme democracy” is a political philosophy of the information era that puts people in charge of the entire political process. It suggests a deliberative process that places total confidence in the people, caries opening the policy-making process to many centers of power through deeply networked coalitions that can be organized around local, ailment national and international issues.

I am really fascinated by it and actually printing this all out. With the formation of these blogs around Kuwait and the people expressing their opinions and feelings.

We the Kuwait bloggers are forming a network. Slowly but surely we are in the avenue of change. It won’t be a revolution where people are fighting it out in the streets but an evolution. Where everyone will be informed and aware then acting.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years), price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years), price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
Seems Kellogs is join McDonalds in making a healthier product
for kids. They are ask 2763, food
1282245,00.html?=rss”>going t
o lower the sugar in Frosted Flakes.

I had many good times as a kid with Tony. I would eat it out the box no milk or anything just munch th
e stuff down. It was soo good, I would literaly be boucning of the walls with a sugar high. I was a v
ery skinny kid.

So after watching Super Size Me< /a> and how kids are becoming overweight. It occured to me what we really need to do is feed these kid
s pure sugar. Lower the fat, but just have them bouncing of the walls. They are getting a work out, an
d losing weight at the same time by actually burning the calories they intake instead of just watching
TV or playing video games.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years),
price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
Seems Kellogs is join McDonalds in making a healthier product
for kids. They are ask 2763, food
1282245,00.html?=rss”>going t
o lower the sugar in Frosted Flakes.

I had many good times as a kid with Tony. I would eat it out the box no milk or anything just munch th
e stuff down. It was soo good, I would literaly be boucning of the walls with a sugar high. I was a v
ery skinny kid.

So after watching Super Size Me< /a> and how kids are becoming overweight. It occured to me what we really need to do is feed these kid
s pure sugar. Lower the fat, but just have them bouncing of the walls. They are getting a work out, an
d losing weight at the same time by actually burning the calories they intake instead of just watching
TV or playing video games.
Just got home from a super long road trip. Drove from Kuwait to Saudi and back to Kuwait all the say t
o Salmi. That is a total of 1500km I started driving around 9am got home at 2am,
ask and had about 3-4 hou
rs of not driving time. So you do that math.

It was an ok trip. I really hate Saudi roads, they are the worst I ever seen. The road from Kuwait to
Jabiel is just 2 lanes. Not 2 lanes each way, but 1 lane each way. So imagine this road with pot holes
, trailers going 60-80km hours and trying to time the distance of the cars on the other side so you ca
n plan the overtake the car infront of you.

Now try doing that at night, where the cars come have their high beams on.

One thing thought that I have a love hate relationship with is the lights. They dont have any lights o
n their roads, so at night its nice and extra dark, but that also reduces the light polution. So you c
an be driving on the road and just look up and see all these stars.

It is really amazing just seeing all those stars. I still recall driving through South Dakota, and jus
t stopping my car in the middle of the Bad Lands a couple hours past Wall Drug, and just looking at th
e stars.

Oh those stars they were so amazing. Laying down on the hood staring up at them. Ussualy when you look
up you see empty black spaces, but there were no black spots just stars. Dim ones bright ones, all so
rts of them. It was like I was in another world. I was even talking to someone at that time and she sa
id the same thing, as if the signal was bouncing from space.

When I was in Saudi I stopped at a “coffee shop” aka “ma3ha”. What a depressing place, I went in and i
t was dark, they had these big blue velve shares all around and tvs in each corner. They were 5-9 peop
le smoking sheesha there. It was a real weird feeling. In Kuwait those places are open bright and have
thes bench style chairs so you can lie down and talk to the people around you. The ones in Saudi was
just dark and gloomy, reminds me of an opium den; where people go to get away from life and the outsid
e world. If thats how all or most of them are I really feel bad for the youth of Saudi.

This is different from even the kids I saw when driving to Salmi. So I am driving and see all these ca
rs parked on teh side and thinking “wtf” and then notice that for ever 2-4 cars there would be these g
uys just sitting down by them talking and stuff. It was cool, just being out in the cool desert hangin
g out and talking. It would be a lot better if they could kill the lights so we also be able to look a
t the stars.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years), price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
Seems Kellogs is join McDonalds in making a healthier product
for kids. They are ask 2763, food
1282245,00.html?=rss”>going t
o lower the sugar in Frosted Flakes.

I had many good times as a kid with Tony. I would eat it out the box no milk or anything just munch th
e stuff down. It was soo good, I would literaly be boucning of the walls with a sugar high. I was a v
ery skinny kid.

So after watching Super Size Me< /a> and how kids are becoming overweight. It occured to me what we really need to do is feed these kid
s pure sugar. Lower the fat, but just have them bouncing of the walls. They are getting a work out, an
d losing weight at the same time by actually burning the calories they intake instead of just watching
TV or playing video games.
Just got home from a super long road trip. Drove from Kuwait to Saudi and back to Kuwait all the say t
o Salmi. That is a total of 1500km I started driving around 9am got home at 2am,
ask and had about 3-4 hou
rs of not driving time. So you do that math.

It was an ok trip. I really hate Saudi roads, they are the worst I ever seen. The road from Kuwait to
Jabiel is just 2 lanes. Not 2 lanes each way, but 1 lane each way. So imagine this road with pot holes
, trailers going 60-80km hours and trying to time the distance of the cars on the other side so you ca
n plan the overtake the car infront of you.

Now try doing that at night, where the cars come have their high beams on.

One thing thought that I have a love hate relationship with is the lights. They dont have any lights o
n their roads, so at night its nice and extra dark, but that also reduces the light polution. So you c
an be driving on the road and just look up and see all these stars.

It is really amazing just seeing all those stars. I still recall driving through South Dakota, and jus
t stopping my car in the middle of the Bad Lands a couple hours past Wall Drug, and just looking at th
e stars.

Oh those stars they were so amazing. Laying down on the hood staring up at them. Ussualy when you look
up you see empty black spaces, but there were no black spots just stars. Dim ones bright ones, all so
rts of them. It was like I was in another world. I was even talking to someone at that time and she sa
id the same thing, as if the signal was bouncing from space.

When I was in Saudi I stopped at a “coffee shop” aka “ma3ha”. What a depressing place, I went in and i
t was dark, they had these big blue velve shares all around and tvs in each corner. They were 5-9 peop
le smoking sheesha there. It was a real weird feeling. In Kuwait those places are open bright and have
thes bench style chairs so you can lie down and talk to the people around you. The ones in Saudi was
just dark and gloomy, reminds me of an opium den; where people go to get away from life and the outsid
e world. If thats how all or most of them are I really feel bad for the youth of Saudi.

This is different from even the kids I saw when driving to Salmi. So I am driving and see all these ca
rs parked on teh side and thinking “wtf” and then notice that for ever 2-4 cars there would be these g
uys just sitting down by them talking and stuff. It was cool, just being out in the cool desert hangin
g out and talking. It would be a lot better if they could kill the lights so we also be able to look a
t the stars.
Ever have trouble finding the square of a number? Or 21 x 23?

Well if you have run for your calculator to get the answer I got a new method for you. Found this anesthetist
1284,64575,00.html?tw=wn_tophead_1″>article on Wired abou
t Vedic Math which is an ancient
Indian mnemonic method of sutras to help your do some hard math very simply.

And it works I am quite impressed with how easy and simple it is. Already have some memorized so I can
use. Like this one
on how to do 21 x 23 in 3 easy steps.

And here are some other tutorials and examples of it in action:
VedicMaths.org
Hinduism.co.za
About.com
I decided to try out a little experiment to see how the male compares to the female one. Yes you read
it right. I am going to be using female deodorant.

They have always created this barrier that there is one for each of the sexes. But they are armpits! The human physiology can not be that much different between males and female that we sweat differently there.

For females I decided on Secret because its “strong enough for a man but pH balanced for a woman”. And the men is Gillette cause its “the best a man can get”.

I will be doing it for a week, this site testing Gillette on the left armpit, more about and Secret on the right. Will discuss how the sweating was, there residual and which one was dryer in general.

UpdateWell after my research I found out that a women targeted deodorant will last longer in a day compared to a mens one. But if you are the gym, the men’s deodorant will keep you dryer. So if you want something to last all day, then go for the womens, if you want something for the gym, or areas where you will be sweating a lot, then go for the mens.
I was talking to someone earlier about gyms and told her I was doing Spinning Class. She didn’t get til I showed her that site, pilule but she thought it was like when you
were kid holding hands and spnning around in a cirlcle.

Thats where it came to me, buy cialis making a gym for adults based on toys and games we played when we were kids
.

I used to have fun with those kids games, they were so simple and you had to communicate and play with
other kids. We used to play catch when I was in elementary school during lunch time running around tr
y to avoid being caught or to catch some one. Then you had dodge ball that was always a great game kep
t you quick on your feet. Another great one was the wheel thingie. Where you would get in and someone
fast would hold on to the railing and run spinning you faster and faster and you just tried to hold on
for dear life so you dont get throw off.

There were also trampolines, and slides and swings and see-saws. You could have fun on those things fo
r hours and days cause they were so simple and fun!

Those were the days..

I’d love to go to a gym where thats all we would do. It would be a great work out and fun as well. Do
a warm up on the trampoline for 10 minutes then go join the game of catch or dodge ball for about an h
our. Then go to the swing for 20 minutes of cool down.

That would be such a great work out, got your cardio, and some toning all in 1 hour and 30 minutes and
it would be FUN!

We so need an adult kids gym.
I hate the Arabic keyboard, shop its horrible keys are placed weirdly just look where the ذ is. Why i
s all the way it is near the 1? Then you have all these akward finger movements. The person who design
ed the keyboard should be tied to a chair and keyboard be and forced to use their own creation.

Luckily there is a salvation!

The ASDF Arabic Keyboard. This thing is a
maizng and has really simplified my arabic typing. I can now spell my name in arabic in 5 seconds inst
ead of the previous 5 minutes.

The way he did it is by having the arabic letters sound based on the english keyboard. ا=A &#158
7;=S. And the based on shape E=ع. The best thing I love about it is that the symbols ( , viagra order . / ;
‘ ) are placed in the same location as the english ones.

kbdarab.gif

So if you hate the Arabic keyboard laybout I highly recommend getting the ASDF Arabic layout your eyes
and fingers will apperciate it.
I hate the Arabic keyboard, shop its horrible keys are placed weirdly just look where the ذ is. Why i
s all the way it is near the 1? Then you have all these akward finger movements. The person who design
ed the keyboard should be tied to a chair and keyboard be and forced to use their own creation.

Luckily there is a salvation!

The ASDF Arabic Keyboard. This thing is a
maizng and has really simplified my arabic typing. I can now spell my name in arabic in 5 seconds inst
ead of the previous 5 minutes.

The way he did it is by having the arabic letters sound based on the english keyboard. ا=A &#158
7;=S. And the based on shape E=ع. The best thing I love about it is that the symbols ( , viagra order . / ;
‘ ) are placed in the same location as the english ones.

kbdarab.gif

So if you hate the Arabic keyboard laybout I highly recommend getting the ASDF Arabic layout your eyes
and fingers will apperciate it.
I love my address book, find
I try to keep everyones address and phone number and any additional details in it. Its a great directory for when I travel or someone needs a number. I even have groups on my phone concerning family, friends, business, information etc so I can find them quickly and easily.

Yet I have one issue its all very linear. I would like an address book where I can link contacts together. Such a link stating that Jack is the Brother of Jill. Then I can expand on that By grouping Jack and Jill under their family name of Jones. Then I can connect Jill to her boyfriend John. etc.

So When I look at Jills contact I know that she is the brother of Jack, and the girlfriend of John. Then If I choose to see the Jones family It creates a cirlce with the name Jones and inside it Jack—Jilll. That way to signify that they are related as siblings. If I had their father it would create a family tree for me.

This would also be to show connection within a company. Manager–employee etc. So when I look at the visual I see the who I need to talk to in the ladder.

This would act as my own personal six degress, with me at the center.

With that information I can visually see lines between connections. Then circles around these lines to show groups. That can be changed on the fly to created new groupings, be it family, friends, business, location etc.

Yet this is all my data what if I grouped my data with my friends contact list. It can create a visual connection with missing pieces in a company, friends etc. and expand our information.

Yes this is available in social networks like Orkut, Friendster, Multiply, but those are
net based socail networks. I want something that is personal on my phone or computer that I keep private. I dont want the whole interweb to have my address book and the data inside it.

I guess thats why at the end those socail networks will never really become mainstream they are not private. You publicly share connections, and the truth is you dont know that person who is a friend of your friend. You never had any interaction with them. But in your personel address book you did meet him and have that link for your future refrence.

Just my thoughts on a visually linked address book.
With the elections coming up and the varied news sources and content that is out there it would be tough to keep track of everything as well as the World Cup. So this blog should make it easier to keep track of election coverage, ailment
and offer some commentary on what is going on.

It is an open registration so that everyone can input links, pictures, and their own commentary.
With the Kuwait election going on I felt it would be great to have a blog that would serve as a directory of news sources (blogs, look articles, illness
stats) as well provide orignal content for the elections.

How you can contribute:

Write a post about the elections on your blog, make a link for it as a post.

Find a great article, write about it and link to it.

Took some pictures tag them with kuwaitvote2006 so they can appear on the banner.
Kuwait Times have an article on Election costs detailing the amount pepole will pay for elections such as the tents and hospitality can cost candidates anywhere from KD 27, recipe cure 900 to KD 61, illness 500. Then for the advertising in news papers and other media it can range from KD 60,000 KD to even 100,000.
Welcome to WordPress. This is the first post!.

I have moved to WordPress, online
Movable Type has been annoing me lately and with a new year it is time for a change.

I have imported all of my old posts, medical
but they are some problems in them in terms of links and spaces, sales
but overall they are readable. I have made a backup of my old blog located here http://www.kuwaitblogs.com/users/nibaq.mt/

I am sure the search engines will like that.

Expect some more random changes as I tweak all of this, style and adding links and stuff.
With the elections coming up and the varied news sources and content that is out there it would be tough to keep track of everything as well as the World Cup. So this blog should make it easier to keep track of election coverage, ailment
and offer some commentary on what is going on.

It is an open registration so that everyone can input links, pictures, and their own commentary.
With the Kuwait election going on I felt it would be great to have a blog that would serve as a directory of news sources (blogs, look articles, illness
stats) as well provide orignal content for the elections.

How you can contribute:

Write a post about the elections on your blog, make a link for it as a post.

Find a great article, write about it and link to it.

Took some pictures tag them with kuwaitvote2006 so they can appear on the banner.
Kuwait Times have an article on Election costs detailing the amount pepole will pay for elections such as the tents and hospitality can cost candidates anywhere from KD 27, recipe cure 900 to KD 61, illness 500. Then for the advertising in news papers and other media it can range from KD 60,000 KD to even 100,000.
Welcome to WordPress. This is the first post!.

I have moved to WordPress, online
Movable Type has been annoing me lately and with a new year it is time for a change.

I have imported all of my old posts, medical
but they are some problems in them in terms of links and spaces, sales
but overall they are readable. I have made a backup of my old blog located here http://www.kuwaitblogs.com/users/nibaq.mt/

I am sure the search engines will like that.

Expect some more random changes as I tweak all of this, style and adding links and stuff.
So after setting up Kuwaitblogs.com, approved
thought to myself I dont have a blog. So here is mine.
HKWK has this post
on democracy and how it is just crap in Kuwait.

But we are not a democracy. When you
have hand full of men voting for the rest of the population, phthisiatrician that is not a majority.

But even then the majority doesn’t know whats good for them most of the time. They will look out for t
heir best interests.

Yet having a majority rule is the least of our problems. In the last election my father an I were talk
ing to our neighbor infront of the election center (the elementry school) and asked who he voted for.
He mentioned a guy that is known to be a cheater, sale and a theif. He has no qualifications in terms of pu
blic service. So my father asked him why? He said basicly “wasta”. Our neighbor was hoping with this g
uy being elected he will get some wasta for his children and stuff.

“Wasta” is what really killing Kuwait. We need to eliminate this concept from our society. Government
officials are getting elected because of wasta; criminals are let out on jail because of it.

So how can we have a democracy when there is no equality in this country? It has come to the point whe
re your just as strong as how many wastas you have.
. I love watches, order even though I
haven’t worn one since Feb. but this collection is just amazing. It captures some of the modern desig
ns that people were coming up with in the 50-70s with the new technology in the clock work and the pro
duction. Link
Looks like Nokia is trying to cash in with the moblog thing. But t
his new thing called hepatitis ,54628,00.html”>Lifeblog is a program t
hat you can use to capture and collects pictures, movies and messagse and organizes in chornological o
rder so you can upload and access it later. But it doesn’t save it on the internet, seems when the mem
ory is full on your phone you can just upload it on your PC.
French blogger Philippe De Jonckeere has been on a quest
to send racy porn pictures in translucent envelopes, artificial then send them via normal US mail in Chicago.
Link (Contains Nudity) [via Boing Boing
]

I wonder what would happen if you did this to Kuwait’s amazing mail service. I am sure it would turn t
he post service to chaos.
We watched Super Size Me tonight, pharm to prepare for it
we went to McDonalds and all got a superzie meal.
I ate Quater Pounder Meal (Supersized) , prosthetic and a Smarties McFlurry.
I figured make my last meal a memorable one…

If you are not familair with this movie, visit Morgan decides to see what happens if he at McDonalds for a w
hole month eating 3 meals a day from them. He can only eat and drink only what they sell over the coun
ter.

So your taken on a journey though this ordeal. At first he enjoys it the sugar rush and just that “hig
h” feeling after eating a whole meal filled with sugar and fat. Yet with any “high” it becomes addicti
ng and effecting his bodys functions.

He took a complete physical before he started this mission, but by the first week he has gained 5kg (1
0lbs) in just 1 week, his liver was becoming toxic cholestorl and blood pressure was rising.

His doctors and crew are stunned by this huge increase. They were expecint the weight gain, but what w
as happening inside his body was the real shocker. Seems all that fat and sugar he was eating was dama
ging his liver, kidneys and other body parts. As they stated it, it was like he was “pickling his live
r”, and begging him to stop.

You have to consider one thing, he took it to the extreme. He was eating McDonalds 3 times a day, accu
milating 5000 calories a day. Where your average balane calorie count should be around 2000. He also d
idn’t excersice, he wanted to copy the standard American who does not walk more than 1-2 miles.

Yet one thing that kept coming up while watching this movie, wasn’t what he was saying, but what my fr
iends and I were. We kept saying “hey just like Kuwait”.

For in Kuwait we dont walk anywhere I am sure if people registered how much an average Kuwaiti walks i
t would be less than 1 mile. We are sadly a lazy people. We blame the heat when we can’t go out, we sa
y there is nothing to do except goto restaurants. Then when we do go out to do something we just sit d
own there idly for hours.

You may not notice this much with adults, but take a look at the children. They are FAT munching down
hamburgers, and sitting down playing computer games. The concept of going out and actually enjoying th
e outside is something foriegn to them.

This is killing us. We are the highest per capita in terms of diabetes, espeically with children; and
heart problem with adults.

This needs to change. We need to get of our asses and do something. They say just a baisc 20 minute wa
lk everyday is one of the best things you can do to your body. I know one thing I plan to do is get my
cousins to eat a bit healthier cause every little bit counts when they are young.
Extreme Democracy a collection of essays and thoughts a
bout how technology is changing how we communicate and it is affecting the way democracy works.

“Extreme democracy” is a political philosophy of the information era that puts people in charge of the entire political process. It suggests a deliberative process that places total confidence in the people, caries opening the policy-making process to many centers of power through deeply networked coalitions that can be organized around local, ailment national and international issues.

I am really fascinated by it and actually printing this all out. With the formation of these blogs around Kuwait and the people expressing their opinions and feelings.

We the Kuwait bloggers are forming a network. Slowly but surely we are in the avenue of change. It won’t be a revolution where people are fighting it out in the streets but an evolution. Where everyone will be informed and aware then acting.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years), price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years), price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
Seems Kellogs is join McDonalds in making a healthier product
for kids. They are ask 2763, food
1282245,00.html?=rss”>going t
o lower the sugar in Frosted Flakes.

I had many good times as a kid with Tony. I would eat it out the box no milk or anything just munch th
e stuff down. It was soo good, I would literaly be boucning of the walls with a sugar high. I was a v
ery skinny kid.

So after watching Super Size Me< /a> and how kids are becoming overweight. It occured to me what we really need to do is feed these kid
s pure sugar. Lower the fat, but just have them bouncing of the walls. They are getting a work out, an
d losing weight at the same time by actually burning the calories they intake instead of just watching
TV or playing video games.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years),
price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
Seems Kellogs is join McDonalds in making a healthier product
for kids. They are ask 2763, food
1282245,00.html?=rss”>going t
o lower the sugar in Frosted Flakes.

I had many good times as a kid with Tony. I would eat it out the box no milk or anything just munch th
e stuff down. It was soo good, I would literaly be boucning of the walls with a sugar high. I was a v
ery skinny kid.

So after watching Super Size Me< /a> and how kids are becoming overweight. It occured to me what we really need to do is feed these kid
s pure sugar. Lower the fat, but just have them bouncing of the walls. They are getting a work out, an
d losing weight at the same time by actually burning the calories they intake instead of just watching
TV or playing video games.
Just got home from a super long road trip. Drove from Kuwait to Saudi and back to Kuwait all the say t
o Salmi. That is a total of 1500km I started driving around 9am got home at 2am,
ask and had about 3-4 hou
rs of not driving time. So you do that math.

It was an ok trip. I really hate Saudi roads, they are the worst I ever seen. The road from Kuwait to
Jabiel is just 2 lanes. Not 2 lanes each way, but 1 lane each way. So imagine this road with pot holes
, trailers going 60-80km hours and trying to time the distance of the cars on the other side so you ca
n plan the overtake the car infront of you.

Now try doing that at night, where the cars come have their high beams on.

One thing thought that I have a love hate relationship with is the lights. They dont have any lights o
n their roads, so at night its nice and extra dark, but that also reduces the light polution. So you c
an be driving on the road and just look up and see all these stars.

It is really amazing just seeing all those stars. I still recall driving through South Dakota, and jus
t stopping my car in the middle of the Bad Lands a couple hours past Wall Drug, and just looking at th
e stars.

Oh those stars they were so amazing. Laying down on the hood staring up at them. Ussualy when you look
up you see empty black spaces, but there were no black spots just stars. Dim ones bright ones, all so
rts of them. It was like I was in another world. I was even talking to someone at that time and she sa
id the same thing, as if the signal was bouncing from space.

When I was in Saudi I stopped at a “coffee shop” aka “ma3ha”. What a depressing place, I went in and i
t was dark, they had these big blue velve shares all around and tvs in each corner. They were 5-9 peop
le smoking sheesha there. It was a real weird feeling. In Kuwait those places are open bright and have
thes bench style chairs so you can lie down and talk to the people around you. The ones in Saudi was
just dark and gloomy, reminds me of an opium den; where people go to get away from life and the outsid
e world. If thats how all or most of them are I really feel bad for the youth of Saudi.

This is different from even the kids I saw when driving to Salmi. So I am driving and see all these ca
rs parked on teh side and thinking “wtf” and then notice that for ever 2-4 cars there would be these g
uys just sitting down by them talking and stuff. It was cool, just being out in the cool desert hangin
g out and talking. It would be a lot better if they could kill the lights so we also be able to look a
t the stars.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years), price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
Seems Kellogs is join McDonalds in making a healthier product
for kids. They are ask 2763, food
1282245,00.html?=rss”>going t
o lower the sugar in Frosted Flakes.

I had many good times as a kid with Tony. I would eat it out the box no milk or anything just munch th
e stuff down. It was soo good, I would literaly be boucning of the walls with a sugar high. I was a v
ery skinny kid.

So after watching Super Size Me< /a> and how kids are becoming overweight. It occured to me what we really need to do is feed these kid
s pure sugar. Lower the fat, but just have them bouncing of the walls. They are getting a work out, an
d losing weight at the same time by actually burning the calories they intake instead of just watching
TV or playing video games.
Just got home from a super long road trip. Drove from Kuwait to Saudi and back to Kuwait all the say t
o Salmi. That is a total of 1500km I started driving around 9am got home at 2am,
ask and had about 3-4 hou
rs of not driving time. So you do that math.

It was an ok trip. I really hate Saudi roads, they are the worst I ever seen. The road from Kuwait to
Jabiel is just 2 lanes. Not 2 lanes each way, but 1 lane each way. So imagine this road with pot holes
, trailers going 60-80km hours and trying to time the distance of the cars on the other side so you ca
n plan the overtake the car infront of you.

Now try doing that at night, where the cars come have their high beams on.

One thing thought that I have a love hate relationship with is the lights. They dont have any lights o
n their roads, so at night its nice and extra dark, but that also reduces the light polution. So you c
an be driving on the road and just look up and see all these stars.

It is really amazing just seeing all those stars. I still recall driving through South Dakota, and jus
t stopping my car in the middle of the Bad Lands a couple hours past Wall Drug, and just looking at th
e stars.

Oh those stars they were so amazing. Laying down on the hood staring up at them. Ussualy when you look
up you see empty black spaces, but there were no black spots just stars. Dim ones bright ones, all so
rts of them. It was like I was in another world. I was even talking to someone at that time and she sa
id the same thing, as if the signal was bouncing from space.

When I was in Saudi I stopped at a “coffee shop” aka “ma3ha”. What a depressing place, I went in and i
t was dark, they had these big blue velve shares all around and tvs in each corner. They were 5-9 peop
le smoking sheesha there. It was a real weird feeling. In Kuwait those places are open bright and have
thes bench style chairs so you can lie down and talk to the people around you. The ones in Saudi was
just dark and gloomy, reminds me of an opium den; where people go to get away from life and the outsid
e world. If thats how all or most of them are I really feel bad for the youth of Saudi.

This is different from even the kids I saw when driving to Salmi. So I am driving and see all these ca
rs parked on teh side and thinking “wtf” and then notice that for ever 2-4 cars there would be these g
uys just sitting down by them talking and stuff. It was cool, just being out in the cool desert hangin
g out and talking. It would be a lot better if they could kill the lights so we also be able to look a
t the stars.
Ever have trouble finding the square of a number? Or 21 x 23?

Well if you have run for your calculator to get the answer I got a new method for you. Found this anesthetist
1284,64575,00.html?tw=wn_tophead_1″>article on Wired abou
t Vedic Math which is an ancient
Indian mnemonic method of sutras to help your do some hard math very simply.

And it works I am quite impressed with how easy and simple it is. Already have some memorized so I can
use. Like this one
on how to do 21 x 23 in 3 easy steps.

And here are some other tutorials and examples of it in action:
VedicMaths.org
Hinduism.co.za
About.com
I decided to try out a little experiment to see how the male compares to the female one. Yes you read
it right. I am going to be using female deodorant.

They have always created this barrier that there is one for each of the sexes. But they are armpits! The human physiology can not be that much different between males and female that we sweat differently there.

For females I decided on Secret because its “strong enough for a man but pH balanced for a woman”. And the men is Gillette cause its “the best a man can get”.

I will be doing it for a week, this site testing Gillette on the left armpit, more about and Secret on the right. Will discuss how the sweating was, there residual and which one was dryer in general.

UpdateWell after my research I found out that a women targeted deodorant will last longer in a day compared to a mens one. But if you are the gym, the men’s deodorant will keep you dryer. So if you want something to last all day, then go for the womens, if you want something for the gym, or areas where you will be sweating a lot, then go for the mens.
I was talking to someone earlier about gyms and told her I was doing Spinning Class. She didn’t get til I showed her that site, pilule but she thought it was like when you
were kid holding hands and spnning around in a cirlcle.

Thats where it came to me, buy cialis making a gym for adults based on toys and games we played when we were kids
.

I used to have fun with those kids games, they were so simple and you had to communicate and play with
other kids. We used to play catch when I was in elementary school during lunch time running around tr
y to avoid being caught or to catch some one. Then you had dodge ball that was always a great game kep
t you quick on your feet. Another great one was the wheel thingie. Where you would get in and someone
fast would hold on to the railing and run spinning you faster and faster and you just tried to hold on
for dear life so you dont get throw off.

There were also trampolines, and slides and swings and see-saws. You could have fun on those things fo
r hours and days cause they were so simple and fun!

Those were the days..

I’d love to go to a gym where thats all we would do. It would be a great work out and fun as well. Do
a warm up on the trampoline for 10 minutes then go join the game of catch or dodge ball for about an h
our. Then go to the swing for 20 minutes of cool down.

That would be such a great work out, got your cardio, and some toning all in 1 hour and 30 minutes and
it would be FUN!

We so need an adult kids gym.
I hate the Arabic keyboard, shop its horrible keys are placed weirdly just look where the ذ is. Why i
s all the way it is near the 1? Then you have all these akward finger movements. The person who design
ed the keyboard should be tied to a chair and keyboard be and forced to use their own creation.

Luckily there is a salvation!

The ASDF Arabic Keyboard. This thing is a
maizng and has really simplified my arabic typing. I can now spell my name in arabic in 5 seconds inst
ead of the previous 5 minutes.

The way he did it is by having the arabic letters sound based on the english keyboard. ا=A &#158
7;=S. And the based on shape E=ع. The best thing I love about it is that the symbols ( , viagra order . / ;
‘ ) are placed in the same location as the english ones.

kbdarab.gif

So if you hate the Arabic keyboard laybout I highly recommend getting the ASDF Arabic layout your eyes
and fingers will apperciate it.
I hate the Arabic keyboard, shop its horrible keys are placed weirdly just look where the ذ is. Why i
s all the way it is near the 1? Then you have all these akward finger movements. The person who design
ed the keyboard should be tied to a chair and keyboard be and forced to use their own creation.

Luckily there is a salvation!

The ASDF Arabic Keyboard. This thing is a
maizng and has really simplified my arabic typing. I can now spell my name in arabic in 5 seconds inst
ead of the previous 5 minutes.

The way he did it is by having the arabic letters sound based on the english keyboard. ا=A &#158
7;=S. And the based on shape E=ع. The best thing I love about it is that the symbols ( , viagra order . / ;
‘ ) are placed in the same location as the english ones.

kbdarab.gif

So if you hate the Arabic keyboard laybout I highly recommend getting the ASDF Arabic layout your eyes
and fingers will apperciate it.
I love my address book, find
I try to keep everyones address and phone number and any additional details in it. Its a great directory for when I travel or someone needs a number. I even have groups on my phone concerning family, friends, business, information etc so I can find them quickly and easily.

Yet I have one issue its all very linear. I would like an address book where I can link contacts together. Such a link stating that Jack is the Brother of Jill. Then I can expand on that By grouping Jack and Jill under their family name of Jones. Then I can connect Jill to her boyfriend John. etc.

So When I look at Jills contact I know that she is the brother of Jack, and the girlfriend of John. Then If I choose to see the Jones family It creates a cirlce with the name Jones and inside it Jack—Jilll. That way to signify that they are related as siblings. If I had their father it would create a family tree for me.

This would also be to show connection within a company. Manager–employee etc. So when I look at the visual I see the who I need to talk to in the ladder.

This would act as my own personal six degress, with me at the center.

With that information I can visually see lines between connections. Then circles around these lines to show groups. That can be changed on the fly to created new groupings, be it family, friends, business, location etc.

Yet this is all my data what if I grouped my data with my friends contact list. It can create a visual connection with missing pieces in a company, friends etc. and expand our information.

Yes this is available in social networks like Orkut, Friendster, Multiply, but those are
net based socail networks. I want something that is personal on my phone or computer that I keep private. I dont want the whole interweb to have my address book and the data inside it.

I guess thats why at the end those socail networks will never really become mainstream they are not private. You publicly share connections, and the truth is you dont know that person who is a friend of your friend. You never had any interaction with them. But in your personel address book you did meet him and have that link for your future refrence.

Just my thoughts on a visually linked address book.
I hate the Arabic keyboard, shop its horrible keys are placed weirdly just look where the ذ is. Why i
s all the way it is near the 1? Then you have all these akward finger movements. The person who design
ed the keyboard should be tied to a chair and keyboard be and forced to use their own creation.

Luckily there is a salvation!

The ASDF Arabic Keyboard. This thing is a
maizng and has really simplified my arabic typing. I can now spell my name in arabic in 5 seconds inst
ead of the previous 5 minutes.

The way he did it is by having the arabic letters sound based on the english keyboard. ا=A &#158
7;=S. And the based on shape E=ع. The best thing I love about it is that the symbols ( , viagra order . / ;
‘ ) are placed in the same location as the english ones.

kbdarab.gif

So if you hate the Arabic keyboard laybout I highly recommend getting the ASDF Arabic layout your eyes
and fingers will apperciate it.
I love my address book, find
I try to keep everyones address and phone number and any additional details in it. Its a great directory for when I travel or someone needs a number. I even have groups on my phone concerning family, friends, business, information etc so I can find them quickly and easily.

Yet I have one issue its all very linear. I would like an address book where I can link contacts together. Such a link stating that Jack is the Brother of Jill. Then I can expand on that By grouping Jack and Jill under their family name of Jones. Then I can connect Jill to her boyfriend John. etc.

So When I look at Jills contact I know that she is the brother of Jack, and the girlfriend of John. Then If I choose to see the Jones family It creates a cirlce with the name Jones and inside it Jack—Jilll. That way to signify that they are related as siblings. If I had their father it would create a family tree for me.

This would also be to show connection within a company. Manager–employee etc. So when I look at the visual I see the who I need to talk to in the ladder.

This would act as my own personal six degress, with me at the center.

With that information I can visually see lines between connections. Then circles around these lines to show groups. That can be changed on the fly to created new groupings, be it family, friends, business, location etc.

Yet this is all my data what if I grouped my data with my friends contact list. It can create a visual connection with missing pieces in a company, friends etc. and expand our information.

Yes this is available in social networks like Orkut, Friendster, Multiply, but those are
net based socail networks. I want something that is personal on my phone or computer that I keep private. I dont want the whole interweb to have my address book and the data inside it.

I guess thats why at the end those socail networks will never really become mainstream they are not private. You publicly share connections, and the truth is you dont know that person who is a friend of your friend. You never had any interaction with them. But in your personel address book you did meet him and have that link for your future refrence.

Just my thoughts on a visually linked address book.
I had lunch in the city today at this “Kuwaiti” place around the corner from Casper and Gambini. Dont
remeber the name, try
actually never even paid attention to the name. The food was good but the service wa
s ok. So you ever want some Kuwaiti food and dont feel like cooking I suggest going there I think they
do delievery or to go.

After that had some coffee at Casper, I tried their Xpress-O-Self that was just amazing hazel nut and
choclate. I suggest taking a sip first then mixing everything together it was good stuff.

I took the beach road home. This drive was great. NOT A SINGLE RED LIGHT. I drove fr
om Casper to Showbiz with not a single red light it was just me the road and some great tunes from the
stereo. Getting all those green lights rarely happens. Last time I recall when the Amir used that roa
d so all the singals were forced green and we drove from Messila all the way to the Old Marriot.

The drive was great. Gave me a chance to see all the status of the new buildings that were popping up.
The beach area of Kuwait is really booming lots of amazing stuff coming up.

There were some I was astonished were being built so fast, I recall when they were just empty lots. Th
en there are ones that stopped existing it was weird seeing the Safir all destroyed. It will be a stra
nge feeling seeing a new hotel being there I remeber when that place when it was the Hilton.

The Diabetes hospital is all built and those buildings infront they said will be the residence for the
doctors. Really pimp place right on the sea front in old Kuwaiti houses.

I am glad we are finally updating our skyline. Dont get me wrong I love our sky line, it is like a his
tory lesson with buildings from each era. I just feel its time to have something from this era to sign
ify new generation of Kuwait. Has to be able to inspire us as give us pride for the future.
With the elections coming up and the varied news sources and content that is out there it would be tough to keep track of everything as well as the World Cup. So this blog should make it easier to keep track of election coverage, ailment
and offer some commentary on what is going on.

It is an open registration so that everyone can input links, pictures, and their own commentary.
With the Kuwait election going on I felt it would be great to have a blog that would serve as a directory of news sources (blogs, look articles, illness
stats) as well provide orignal content for the elections.

How you can contribute:

Write a post about the elections on your blog, make a link for it as a post.

Find a great article, write about it and link to it.

Took some pictures tag them with kuwaitvote2006 so they can appear on the banner.
Kuwait Times have an article on Election costs detailing the amount pepole will pay for elections such as the tents and hospitality can cost candidates anywhere from KD 27, recipe cure 900 to KD 61, illness 500. Then for the advertising in news papers and other media it can range from KD 60,000 KD to even 100,000.
Welcome to WordPress. This is the first post!.

I have moved to WordPress, online
Movable Type has been annoing me lately and with a new year it is time for a change.

I have imported all of my old posts, medical
but they are some problems in them in terms of links and spaces, sales
but overall they are readable. I have made a backup of my old blog located here http://www.kuwaitblogs.com/users/nibaq.mt/

I am sure the search engines will like that.

Expect some more random changes as I tweak all of this, style and adding links and stuff.
With the elections coming up and the varied news sources and content that is out there it would be tough to keep track of everything as well as the World Cup. So this blog should make it easier to keep track of election coverage, ailment
and offer some commentary on what is going on.

It is an open registration so that everyone can input links, pictures, and their own commentary.
With the Kuwait election going on I felt it would be great to have a blog that would serve as a directory of news sources (blogs, look articles, illness
stats) as well provide orignal content for the elections.

How you can contribute:

Write a post about the elections on your blog, make a link for it as a post.

Find a great article, write about it and link to it.

Took some pictures tag them with kuwaitvote2006 so they can appear on the banner.
Kuwait Times have an article on Election costs detailing the amount pepole will pay for elections such as the tents and hospitality can cost candidates anywhere from KD 27, recipe cure 900 to KD 61, illness 500. Then for the advertising in news papers and other media it can range from KD 60,000 KD to even 100,000.
Welcome to WordPress. This is the first post!.

I have moved to WordPress, online
Movable Type has been annoing me lately and with a new year it is time for a change.

I have imported all of my old posts, medical
but they are some problems in them in terms of links and spaces, sales
but overall they are readable. I have made a backup of my old blog located here http://www.kuwaitblogs.com/users/nibaq.mt/

I am sure the search engines will like that.

Expect some more random changes as I tweak all of this, style and adding links and stuff.
So after setting up Kuwaitblogs.com, approved
thought to myself I dont have a blog. So here is mine.
HKWK has this post
on democracy and how it is just crap in Kuwait.

But we are not a democracy. When you
have hand full of men voting for the rest of the population, phthisiatrician that is not a majority.

But even then the majority doesn’t know whats good for them most of the time. They will look out for t
heir best interests.

Yet having a majority rule is the least of our problems. In the last election my father an I were talk
ing to our neighbor infront of the election center (the elementry school) and asked who he voted for.
He mentioned a guy that is known to be a cheater, sale and a theif. He has no qualifications in terms of pu
blic service. So my father asked him why? He said basicly “wasta”. Our neighbor was hoping with this g
uy being elected he will get some wasta for his children and stuff.

“Wasta” is what really killing Kuwait. We need to eliminate this concept from our society. Government
officials are getting elected because of wasta; criminals are let out on jail because of it.

So how can we have a democracy when there is no equality in this country? It has come to the point whe
re your just as strong as how many wastas you have.
. I love watches, order even though I
haven’t worn one since Feb. but this collection is just amazing. It captures some of the modern desig
ns that people were coming up with in the 50-70s with the new technology in the clock work and the pro
duction. Link
Looks like Nokia is trying to cash in with the moblog thing. But t
his new thing called hepatitis ,54628,00.html”>Lifeblog is a program t
hat you can use to capture and collects pictures, movies and messagse and organizes in chornological o
rder so you can upload and access it later. But it doesn’t save it on the internet, seems when the mem
ory is full on your phone you can just upload it on your PC.
French blogger Philippe De Jonckeere has been on a quest
to send racy porn pictures in translucent envelopes, artificial then send them via normal US mail in Chicago.
Link (Contains Nudity) [via Boing Boing
]

I wonder what would happen if you did this to Kuwait’s amazing mail service. I am sure it would turn t
he post service to chaos.
We watched Super Size Me tonight, pharm to prepare for it
we went to McDonalds and all got a superzie meal.
I ate Quater Pounder Meal (Supersized) , prosthetic and a Smarties McFlurry.
I figured make my last meal a memorable one…

If you are not familair with this movie, visit Morgan decides to see what happens if he at McDonalds for a w
hole month eating 3 meals a day from them. He can only eat and drink only what they sell over the coun
ter.

So your taken on a journey though this ordeal. At first he enjoys it the sugar rush and just that “hig
h” feeling after eating a whole meal filled with sugar and fat. Yet with any “high” it becomes addicti
ng and effecting his bodys functions.

He took a complete physical before he started this mission, but by the first week he has gained 5kg (1
0lbs) in just 1 week, his liver was becoming toxic cholestorl and blood pressure was rising.

His doctors and crew are stunned by this huge increase. They were expecint the weight gain, but what w
as happening inside his body was the real shocker. Seems all that fat and sugar he was eating was dama
ging his liver, kidneys and other body parts. As they stated it, it was like he was “pickling his live
r”, and begging him to stop.

You have to consider one thing, he took it to the extreme. He was eating McDonalds 3 times a day, accu
milating 5000 calories a day. Where your average balane calorie count should be around 2000. He also d
idn’t excersice, he wanted to copy the standard American who does not walk more than 1-2 miles.

Yet one thing that kept coming up while watching this movie, wasn’t what he was saying, but what my fr
iends and I were. We kept saying “hey just like Kuwait”.

For in Kuwait we dont walk anywhere I am sure if people registered how much an average Kuwaiti walks i
t would be less than 1 mile. We are sadly a lazy people. We blame the heat when we can’t go out, we sa
y there is nothing to do except goto restaurants. Then when we do go out to do something we just sit d
own there idly for hours.

You may not notice this much with adults, but take a look at the children. They are FAT munching down
hamburgers, and sitting down playing computer games. The concept of going out and actually enjoying th
e outside is something foriegn to them.

This is killing us. We are the highest per capita in terms of diabetes, espeically with children; and
heart problem with adults.

This needs to change. We need to get of our asses and do something. They say just a baisc 20 minute wa
lk everyday is one of the best things you can do to your body. I know one thing I plan to do is get my
cousins to eat a bit healthier cause every little bit counts when they are young.
Extreme Democracy a collection of essays and thoughts a
bout how technology is changing how we communicate and it is affecting the way democracy works.

“Extreme democracy” is a political philosophy of the information era that puts people in charge of the entire political process. It suggests a deliberative process that places total confidence in the people, caries opening the policy-making process to many centers of power through deeply networked coalitions that can be organized around local, ailment national and international issues.

I am really fascinated by it and actually printing this all out. With the formation of these blogs around Kuwait and the people expressing their opinions and feelings.

We the Kuwait bloggers are forming a network. Slowly but surely we are in the avenue of change. It won’t be a revolution where people are fighting it out in the streets but an evolution. Where everyone will be informed and aware then acting.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years), price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years), price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
Seems Kellogs is join McDonalds in making a healthier product
for kids. They are ask 2763, food
1282245,00.html?=rss”>going t
o lower the sugar in Frosted Flakes.

I had many good times as a kid with Tony. I would eat it out the box no milk or anything just munch th
e stuff down. It was soo good, I would literaly be boucning of the walls with a sugar high. I was a v
ery skinny kid.

So after watching Super Size Me< /a> and how kids are becoming overweight. It occured to me what we really need to do is feed these kid
s pure sugar. Lower the fat, but just have them bouncing of the walls. They are getting a work out, an
d losing weight at the same time by actually burning the calories they intake instead of just watching
TV or playing video games.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years),
price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
Seems Kellogs is join McDonalds in making a healthier product
for kids. They are ask 2763, food
1282245,00.html?=rss”>going t
o lower the sugar in Frosted Flakes.

I had many good times as a kid with Tony. I would eat it out the box no milk or anything just munch th
e stuff down. It was soo good, I would literaly be boucning of the walls with a sugar high. I was a v
ery skinny kid.

So after watching Super Size Me< /a> and how kids are becoming overweight. It occured to me what we really need to do is feed these kid
s pure sugar. Lower the fat, but just have them bouncing of the walls. They are getting a work out, an
d losing weight at the same time by actually burning the calories they intake instead of just watching
TV or playing video games.
Just got home from a super long road trip. Drove from Kuwait to Saudi and back to Kuwait all the say t
o Salmi. That is a total of 1500km I started driving around 9am got home at 2am,
ask and had about 3-4 hou
rs of not driving time. So you do that math.

It was an ok trip. I really hate Saudi roads, they are the worst I ever seen. The road from Kuwait to
Jabiel is just 2 lanes. Not 2 lanes each way, but 1 lane each way. So imagine this road with pot holes
, trailers going 60-80km hours and trying to time the distance of the cars on the other side so you ca
n plan the overtake the car infront of you.

Now try doing that at night, where the cars come have their high beams on.

One thing thought that I have a love hate relationship with is the lights. They dont have any lights o
n their roads, so at night its nice and extra dark, but that also reduces the light polution. So you c
an be driving on the road and just look up and see all these stars.

It is really amazing just seeing all those stars. I still recall driving through South Dakota, and jus
t stopping my car in the middle of the Bad Lands a couple hours past Wall Drug, and just looking at th
e stars.

Oh those stars they were so amazing. Laying down on the hood staring up at them. Ussualy when you look
up you see empty black spaces, but there were no black spots just stars. Dim ones bright ones, all so
rts of them. It was like I was in another world. I was even talking to someone at that time and she sa
id the same thing, as if the signal was bouncing from space.

When I was in Saudi I stopped at a “coffee shop” aka “ma3ha”. What a depressing place, I went in and i
t was dark, they had these big blue velve shares all around and tvs in each corner. They were 5-9 peop
le smoking sheesha there. It was a real weird feeling. In Kuwait those places are open bright and have
thes bench style chairs so you can lie down and talk to the people around you. The ones in Saudi was
just dark and gloomy, reminds me of an opium den; where people go to get away from life and the outsid
e world. If thats how all or most of them are I really feel bad for the youth of Saudi.

This is different from even the kids I saw when driving to Salmi. So I am driving and see all these ca
rs parked on teh side and thinking “wtf” and then notice that for ever 2-4 cars there would be these g
uys just sitting down by them talking and stuff. It was cool, just being out in the cool desert hangin
g out and talking. It would be a lot better if they could kill the lights so we also be able to look a
t the stars.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years), price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
Seems Kellogs is join McDonalds in making a healthier product
for kids. They are ask 2763, food
1282245,00.html?=rss”>going t
o lower the sugar in Frosted Flakes.

I had many good times as a kid with Tony. I would eat it out the box no milk or anything just munch th
e stuff down. It was soo good, I would literaly be boucning of the walls with a sugar high. I was a v
ery skinny kid.

So after watching Super Size Me< /a> and how kids are becoming overweight. It occured to me what we really need to do is feed these kid
s pure sugar. Lower the fat, but just have them bouncing of the walls. They are getting a work out, an
d losing weight at the same time by actually burning the calories they intake instead of just watching
TV or playing video games.
Just got home from a super long road trip. Drove from Kuwait to Saudi and back to Kuwait all the say t
o Salmi. That is a total of 1500km I started driving around 9am got home at 2am,
ask and had about 3-4 hou
rs of not driving time. So you do that math.

It was an ok trip. I really hate Saudi roads, they are the worst I ever seen. The road from Kuwait to
Jabiel is just 2 lanes. Not 2 lanes each way, but 1 lane each way. So imagine this road with pot holes
, trailers going 60-80km hours and trying to time the distance of the cars on the other side so you ca
n plan the overtake the car infront of you.

Now try doing that at night, where the cars come have their high beams on.

One thing thought that I have a love hate relationship with is the lights. They dont have any lights o
n their roads, so at night its nice and extra dark, but that also reduces the light polution. So you c
an be driving on the road and just look up and see all these stars.

It is really amazing just seeing all those stars. I still recall driving through South Dakota, and jus
t stopping my car in the middle of the Bad Lands a couple hours past Wall Drug, and just looking at th
e stars.

Oh those stars they were so amazing. Laying down on the hood staring up at them. Ussualy when you look
up you see empty black spaces, but there were no black spots just stars. Dim ones bright ones, all so
rts of them. It was like I was in another world. I was even talking to someone at that time and she sa
id the same thing, as if the signal was bouncing from space.

When I was in Saudi I stopped at a “coffee shop” aka “ma3ha”. What a depressing place, I went in and i
t was dark, they had these big blue velve shares all around and tvs in each corner. They were 5-9 peop
le smoking sheesha there. It was a real weird feeling. In Kuwait those places are open bright and have
thes bench style chairs so you can lie down and talk to the people around you. The ones in Saudi was
just dark and gloomy, reminds me of an opium den; where people go to get away from life and the outsid
e world. If thats how all or most of them are I really feel bad for the youth of Saudi.

This is different from even the kids I saw when driving to Salmi. So I am driving and see all these ca
rs parked on teh side and thinking “wtf” and then notice that for ever 2-4 cars there would be these g
uys just sitting down by them talking and stuff. It was cool, just being out in the cool desert hangin
g out and talking. It would be a lot better if they could kill the lights so we also be able to look a
t the stars.
Ever have trouble finding the square of a number? Or 21 x 23?

Well if you have run for your calculator to get the answer I got a new method for you. Found this anesthetist
1284,64575,00.html?tw=wn_tophead_1″>article on Wired abou
t Vedic Math which is an ancient
Indian mnemonic method of sutras to help your do some hard math very simply.

And it works I am quite impressed with how easy and simple it is. Already have some memorized so I can
use. Like this one
on how to do 21 x 23 in 3 easy steps.

And here are some other tutorials and examples of it in action:
VedicMaths.org
Hinduism.co.za
About.com
I decided to try out a little experiment to see how the male compares to the female one. Yes you read
it right. I am going to be using female deodorant.

They have always created this barrier that there is one for each of the sexes. But they are armpits! The human physiology can not be that much different between males and female that we sweat differently there.

For females I decided on Secret because its “strong enough for a man but pH balanced for a woman”. And the men is Gillette cause its “the best a man can get”.

I will be doing it for a week, this site testing Gillette on the left armpit, more about and Secret on the right. Will discuss how the sweating was, there residual and which one was dryer in general.

UpdateWell after my research I found out that a women targeted deodorant will last longer in a day compared to a mens one. But if you are the gym, the men’s deodorant will keep you dryer. So if you want something to last all day, then go for the womens, if you want something for the gym, or areas where you will be sweating a lot, then go for the mens.
I was talking to someone earlier about gyms and told her I was doing Spinning Class. She didn’t get til I showed her that site, pilule but she thought it was like when you
were kid holding hands and spnning around in a cirlcle.

Thats where it came to me, buy cialis making a gym for adults based on toys and games we played when we were kids
.

I used to have fun with those kids games, they were so simple and you had to communicate and play with
other kids. We used to play catch when I was in elementary school during lunch time running around tr
y to avoid being caught or to catch some one. Then you had dodge ball that was always a great game kep
t you quick on your feet. Another great one was the wheel thingie. Where you would get in and someone
fast would hold on to the railing and run spinning you faster and faster and you just tried to hold on
for dear life so you dont get throw off.

There were also trampolines, and slides and swings and see-saws. You could have fun on those things fo
r hours and days cause they were so simple and fun!

Those were the days..

I’d love to go to a gym where thats all we would do. It would be a great work out and fun as well. Do
a warm up on the trampoline for 10 minutes then go join the game of catch or dodge ball for about an h
our. Then go to the swing for 20 minutes of cool down.

That would be such a great work out, got your cardio, and some toning all in 1 hour and 30 minutes and
it would be FUN!

We so need an adult kids gym.
I hate the Arabic keyboard, shop its horrible keys are placed weirdly just look where the ذ is. Why i
s all the way it is near the 1? Then you have all these akward finger movements. The person who design
ed the keyboard should be tied to a chair and keyboard be and forced to use their own creation.

Luckily there is a salvation!

The ASDF Arabic Keyboard. This thing is a
maizng and has really simplified my arabic typing. I can now spell my name in arabic in 5 seconds inst
ead of the previous 5 minutes.

The way he did it is by having the arabic letters sound based on the english keyboard. ا=A &#158
7;=S. And the based on shape E=ع. The best thing I love about it is that the symbols ( , viagra order . / ;
‘ ) are placed in the same location as the english ones.

kbdarab.gif

So if you hate the Arabic keyboard laybout I highly recommend getting the ASDF Arabic layout your eyes
and fingers will apperciate it.
I hate the Arabic keyboard, shop its horrible keys are placed weirdly just look where the ذ is. Why i
s all the way it is near the 1? Then you have all these akward finger movements. The person who design
ed the keyboard should be tied to a chair and keyboard be and forced to use their own creation.

Luckily there is a salvation!

The ASDF Arabic Keyboard. This thing is a
maizng and has really simplified my arabic typing. I can now spell my name in arabic in 5 seconds inst
ead of the previous 5 minutes.

The way he did it is by having the arabic letters sound based on the english keyboard. ا=A &#158
7;=S. And the based on shape E=ع. The best thing I love about it is that the symbols ( , viagra order . / ;
‘ ) are placed in the same location as the english ones.

kbdarab.gif

So if you hate the Arabic keyboard laybout I highly recommend getting the ASDF Arabic layout your eyes
and fingers will apperciate it.
I love my address book, find
I try to keep everyones address and phone number and any additional details in it. Its a great directory for when I travel or someone needs a number. I even have groups on my phone concerning family, friends, business, information etc so I can find them quickly and easily.

Yet I have one issue its all very linear. I would like an address book where I can link contacts together. Such a link stating that Jack is the Brother of Jill. Then I can expand on that By grouping Jack and Jill under their family name of Jones. Then I can connect Jill to her boyfriend John. etc.

So When I look at Jills contact I know that she is the brother of Jack, and the girlfriend of John. Then If I choose to see the Jones family It creates a cirlce with the name Jones and inside it Jack—Jilll. That way to signify that they are related as siblings. If I had their father it would create a family tree for me.

This would also be to show connection within a company. Manager–employee etc. So when I look at the visual I see the who I need to talk to in the ladder.

This would act as my own personal six degress, with me at the center.

With that information I can visually see lines between connections. Then circles around these lines to show groups. That can be changed on the fly to created new groupings, be it family, friends, business, location etc.

Yet this is all my data what if I grouped my data with my friends contact list. It can create a visual connection with missing pieces in a company, friends etc. and expand our information.

Yes this is available in social networks like Orkut, Friendster, Multiply, but those are
net based socail networks. I want something that is personal on my phone or computer that I keep private. I dont want the whole interweb to have my address book and the data inside it.

I guess thats why at the end those socail networks will never really become mainstream they are not private. You publicly share connections, and the truth is you dont know that person who is a friend of your friend. You never had any interaction with them. But in your personel address book you did meet him and have that link for your future refrence.

Just my thoughts on a visually linked address book.
I hate the Arabic keyboard, shop its horrible keys are placed weirdly just look where the ذ is. Why i
s all the way it is near the 1? Then you have all these akward finger movements. The person who design
ed the keyboard should be tied to a chair and keyboard be and forced to use their own creation.

Luckily there is a salvation!

The ASDF Arabic Keyboard. This thing is a
maizng and has really simplified my arabic typing. I can now spell my name in arabic in 5 seconds inst
ead of the previous 5 minutes.

The way he did it is by having the arabic letters sound based on the english keyboard. ا=A &#158
7;=S. And the based on shape E=ع. The best thing I love about it is that the symbols ( , viagra order . / ;
‘ ) are placed in the same location as the english ones.

kbdarab.gif

So if you hate the Arabic keyboard laybout I highly recommend getting the ASDF Arabic layout your eyes
and fingers will apperciate it.
I love my address book, find
I try to keep everyones address and phone number and any additional details in it. Its a great directory for when I travel or someone needs a number. I even have groups on my phone concerning family, friends, business, information etc so I can find them quickly and easily.

Yet I have one issue its all very linear. I would like an address book where I can link contacts together. Such a link stating that Jack is the Brother of Jill. Then I can expand on that By grouping Jack and Jill under their family name of Jones. Then I can connect Jill to her boyfriend John. etc.

So When I look at Jills contact I know that she is the brother of Jack, and the girlfriend of John. Then If I choose to see the Jones family It creates a cirlce with the name Jones and inside it Jack—Jilll. That way to signify that they are related as siblings. If I had their father it would create a family tree for me.

This would also be to show connection within a company. Manager–employee etc. So when I look at the visual I see the who I need to talk to in the ladder.

This would act as my own personal six degress, with me at the center.

With that information I can visually see lines between connections. Then circles around these lines to show groups. That can be changed on the fly to created new groupings, be it family, friends, business, location etc.

Yet this is all my data what if I grouped my data with my friends contact list. It can create a visual connection with missing pieces in a company, friends etc. and expand our information.

Yes this is available in social networks like Orkut, Friendster, Multiply, but those are
net based socail networks. I want something that is personal on my phone or computer that I keep private. I dont want the whole interweb to have my address book and the data inside it.

I guess thats why at the end those socail networks will never really become mainstream they are not private. You publicly share connections, and the truth is you dont know that person who is a friend of your friend. You never had any interaction with them. But in your personel address book you did meet him and have that link for your future refrence.

Just my thoughts on a visually linked address book.
I had lunch in the city today at this “Kuwaiti” place around the corner from Casper and Gambini. Dont
remeber the name, try
actually never even paid attention to the name. The food was good but the service wa
s ok. So you ever want some Kuwaiti food and dont feel like cooking I suggest going there I think they
do delievery or to go.

After that had some coffee at Casper, I tried their Xpress-O-Self that was just amazing hazel nut and
choclate. I suggest taking a sip first then mixing everything together it was good stuff.

I took the beach road home. This drive was great. NOT A SINGLE RED LIGHT. I drove fr
om Casper to Showbiz with not a single red light it was just me the road and some great tunes from the
stereo. Getting all those green lights rarely happens. Last time I recall when the Amir used that roa
d so all the singals were forced green and we drove from Messila all the way to the Old Marriot.

The drive was great. Gave me a chance to see all the status of the new buildings that were popping up.
The beach area of Kuwait is really booming lots of amazing stuff coming up.

There were some I was astonished were being built so fast, I recall when they were just empty lots. Th
en there are ones that stopped existing it was weird seeing the Safir all destroyed. It will be a stra
nge feeling seeing a new hotel being there I remeber when that place when it was the Hilton.

The Diabetes hospital is all built and those buildings infront they said will be the residence for the
doctors. Really pimp place right on the sea front in old Kuwaiti houses.

I am glad we are finally updating our skyline. Dont get me wrong I love our sky line, it is like a his
tory lesson with buildings from each era. I just feel its time to have something from this era to sign
ify new generation of Kuwait. Has to be able to inspire us as give us pride for the future.
I visited a sick relative at the hospital just earleir today and its such a depressing place and this
is after the renovations. Before the windows were so high up you needed a chair to look at the parking
lot. What the hell really, erectile you build this huge hospital on the sea front and where do the windows loo
k out at? You’d expect every paitent room with natural sunlight and a view of the sea. Not in Kuwait y
ou get a view of the parking lot and no natural light at all. I think it was orignally designed as a m
ental institution or something. I wont even talk about those elevators

What really impressed me that Kuwaitiss donated money to have it renovated! The government can’t be he
lp responsible for taken care of that building or the people’s well being. I am not talking about the
doctors and the staff there. They are doing the best they can in those conditions

I been visiting some hospitals this week, epidemic Amiri, Al-Mosat, Al-Rashid and International Clinic. They ar
e all busy and have people attending them, but its intresting to see the difference between the public
and private health care.
With the elections coming up and the varied news sources and content that is out there it would be tough to keep track of everything as well as the World Cup. So this blog should make it easier to keep track of election coverage, ailment
and offer some commentary on what is going on.

It is an open registration so that everyone can input links, pictures, and their own commentary.
With the Kuwait election going on I felt it would be great to have a blog that would serve as a directory of news sources (blogs, look articles, illness
stats) as well provide orignal content for the elections.

How you can contribute:

Write a post about the elections on your blog, make a link for it as a post.

Find a great article, write about it and link to it.

Took some pictures tag them with kuwaitvote2006 so they can appear on the banner.
Kuwait Times have an article on Election costs detailing the amount pepole will pay for elections such as the tents and hospitality can cost candidates anywhere from KD 27, recipe cure 900 to KD 61, illness 500. Then for the advertising in news papers and other media it can range from KD 60,000 KD to even 100,000.
Welcome to WordPress. This is the first post!.

I have moved to WordPress, online
Movable Type has been annoing me lately and with a new year it is time for a change.

I have imported all of my old posts, medical
but they are some problems in them in terms of links and spaces, sales
but overall they are readable. I have made a backup of my old blog located here http://www.kuwaitblogs.com/users/nibaq.mt/

I am sure the search engines will like that.

Expect some more random changes as I tweak all of this, style and adding links and stuff.
With the elections coming up and the varied news sources and content that is out there it would be tough to keep track of everything as well as the World Cup. So this blog should make it easier to keep track of election coverage, ailment
and offer some commentary on what is going on.

It is an open registration so that everyone can input links, pictures, and their own commentary.
With the Kuwait election going on I felt it would be great to have a blog that would serve as a directory of news sources (blogs, look articles, illness
stats) as well provide orignal content for the elections.

How you can contribute:

Write a post about the elections on your blog, make a link for it as a post.

Find a great article, write about it and link to it.

Took some pictures tag them with kuwaitvote2006 so they can appear on the banner.
Kuwait Times have an article on Election costs detailing the amount pepole will pay for elections such as the tents and hospitality can cost candidates anywhere from KD 27, recipe cure 900 to KD 61, illness 500. Then for the advertising in news papers and other media it can range from KD 60,000 KD to even 100,000.
Welcome to WordPress. This is the first post!.

I have moved to WordPress, online
Movable Type has been annoing me lately and with a new year it is time for a change.

I have imported all of my old posts, medical
but they are some problems in them in terms of links and spaces, sales
but overall they are readable. I have made a backup of my old blog located here http://www.kuwaitblogs.com/users/nibaq.mt/

I am sure the search engines will like that.

Expect some more random changes as I tweak all of this, style and adding links and stuff.
So after setting up Kuwaitblogs.com, approved
thought to myself I dont have a blog. So here is mine.
HKWK has this post
on democracy and how it is just crap in Kuwait.

But we are not a democracy. When you
have hand full of men voting for the rest of the population, phthisiatrician that is not a majority.

But even then the majority doesn’t know whats good for them most of the time. They will look out for t
heir best interests.

Yet having a majority rule is the least of our problems. In the last election my father an I were talk
ing to our neighbor infront of the election center (the elementry school) and asked who he voted for.
He mentioned a guy that is known to be a cheater, sale and a theif. He has no qualifications in terms of pu
blic service. So my father asked him why? He said basicly “wasta”. Our neighbor was hoping with this g
uy being elected he will get some wasta for his children and stuff.

“Wasta” is what really killing Kuwait. We need to eliminate this concept from our society. Government
officials are getting elected because of wasta; criminals are let out on jail because of it.

So how can we have a democracy when there is no equality in this country? It has come to the point whe
re your just as strong as how many wastas you have.
. I love watches, order even though I
haven’t worn one since Feb. but this collection is just amazing. It captures some of the modern desig
ns that people were coming up with in the 50-70s with the new technology in the clock work and the pro
duction. Link
Looks like Nokia is trying to cash in with the moblog thing. But t
his new thing called hepatitis ,54628,00.html”>Lifeblog is a program t
hat you can use to capture and collects pictures, movies and messagse and organizes in chornological o
rder so you can upload and access it later. But it doesn’t save it on the internet, seems when the mem
ory is full on your phone you can just upload it on your PC.
French blogger Philippe De Jonckeere has been on a quest
to send racy porn pictures in translucent envelopes, artificial then send them via normal US mail in Chicago.
Link (Contains Nudity) [via Boing Boing
]

I wonder what would happen if you did this to Kuwait’s amazing mail service. I am sure it would turn t
he post service to chaos.
We watched Super Size Me tonight, pharm to prepare for it
we went to McDonalds and all got a superzie meal.
I ate Quater Pounder Meal (Supersized) , prosthetic and a Smarties McFlurry.
I figured make my last meal a memorable one…

If you are not familair with this movie, visit Morgan decides to see what happens if he at McDonalds for a w
hole month eating 3 meals a day from them. He can only eat and drink only what they sell over the coun
ter.

So your taken on a journey though this ordeal. At first he enjoys it the sugar rush and just that “hig
h” feeling after eating a whole meal filled with sugar and fat. Yet with any “high” it becomes addicti
ng and effecting his bodys functions.

He took a complete physical before he started this mission, but by the first week he has gained 5kg (1
0lbs) in just 1 week, his liver was becoming toxic cholestorl and blood pressure was rising.

His doctors and crew are stunned by this huge increase. They were expecint the weight gain, but what w
as happening inside his body was the real shocker. Seems all that fat and sugar he was eating was dama
ging his liver, kidneys and other body parts. As they stated it, it was like he was “pickling his live
r”, and begging him to stop.

You have to consider one thing, he took it to the extreme. He was eating McDonalds 3 times a day, accu
milating 5000 calories a day. Where your average balane calorie count should be around 2000. He also d
idn’t excersice, he wanted to copy the standard American who does not walk more than 1-2 miles.

Yet one thing that kept coming up while watching this movie, wasn’t what he was saying, but what my fr
iends and I were. We kept saying “hey just like Kuwait”.

For in Kuwait we dont walk anywhere I am sure if people registered how much an average Kuwaiti walks i
t would be less than 1 mile. We are sadly a lazy people. We blame the heat when we can’t go out, we sa
y there is nothing to do except goto restaurants. Then when we do go out to do something we just sit d
own there idly for hours.

You may not notice this much with adults, but take a look at the children. They are FAT munching down
hamburgers, and sitting down playing computer games. The concept of going out and actually enjoying th
e outside is something foriegn to them.

This is killing us. We are the highest per capita in terms of diabetes, espeically with children; and
heart problem with adults.

This needs to change. We need to get of our asses and do something. They say just a baisc 20 minute wa
lk everyday is one of the best things you can do to your body. I know one thing I plan to do is get my
cousins to eat a bit healthier cause every little bit counts when they are young.
Extreme Democracy a collection of essays and thoughts a
bout how technology is changing how we communicate and it is affecting the way democracy works.

“Extreme democracy” is a political philosophy of the information era that puts people in charge of the entire political process. It suggests a deliberative process that places total confidence in the people, caries opening the policy-making process to many centers of power through deeply networked coalitions that can be organized around local, ailment national and international issues.

I am really fascinated by it and actually printing this all out. With the formation of these blogs around Kuwait and the people expressing their opinions and feelings.

We the Kuwait bloggers are forming a network. Slowly but surely we are in the avenue of change. It won’t be a revolution where people are fighting it out in the streets but an evolution. Where everyone will be informed and aware then acting.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years), price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years), price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
Seems Kellogs is join McDonalds in making a healthier product
for kids. They are ask 2763, food
1282245,00.html?=rss”>going t
o lower the sugar in Frosted Flakes.

I had many good times as a kid with Tony. I would eat it out the box no milk or anything just munch th
e stuff down. It was soo good, I would literaly be boucning of the walls with a sugar high. I was a v
ery skinny kid.

So after watching Super Size Me< /a> and how kids are becoming overweight. It occured to me what we really need to do is feed these kid
s pure sugar. Lower the fat, but just have them bouncing of the walls. They are getting a work out, an
d losing weight at the same time by actually burning the calories they intake instead of just watching
TV or playing video games.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years),
price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
Seems Kellogs is join McDonalds in making a healthier product
for kids. They are ask 2763, food
1282245,00.html?=rss”>going t
o lower the sugar in Frosted Flakes.

I had many good times as a kid with Tony. I would eat it out the box no milk or anything just munch th
e stuff down. It was soo good, I would literaly be boucning of the walls with a sugar high. I was a v
ery skinny kid.

So after watching Super Size Me< /a> and how kids are becoming overweight. It occured to me what we really need to do is feed these kid
s pure sugar. Lower the fat, but just have them bouncing of the walls. They are getting a work out, an
d losing weight at the same time by actually burning the calories they intake instead of just watching
TV or playing video games.
Just got home from a super long road trip. Drove from Kuwait to Saudi and back to Kuwait all the say t
o Salmi. That is a total of 1500km I started driving around 9am got home at 2am,
ask and had about 3-4 hou
rs of not driving time. So you do that math.

It was an ok trip. I really hate Saudi roads, they are the worst I ever seen. The road from Kuwait to
Jabiel is just 2 lanes. Not 2 lanes each way, but 1 lane each way. So imagine this road with pot holes
, trailers going 60-80km hours and trying to time the distance of the cars on the other side so you ca
n plan the overtake the car infront of you.

Now try doing that at night, where the cars come have their high beams on.

One thing thought that I have a love hate relationship with is the lights. They dont have any lights o
n their roads, so at night its nice and extra dark, but that also reduces the light polution. So you c
an be driving on the road and just look up and see all these stars.

It is really amazing just seeing all those stars. I still recall driving through South Dakota, and jus
t stopping my car in the middle of the Bad Lands a couple hours past Wall Drug, and just looking at th
e stars.

Oh those stars they were so amazing. Laying down on the hood staring up at them. Ussualy when you look
up you see empty black spaces, but there were no black spots just stars. Dim ones bright ones, all so
rts of them. It was like I was in another world. I was even talking to someone at that time and she sa
id the same thing, as if the signal was bouncing from space.

When I was in Saudi I stopped at a “coffee shop” aka “ma3ha”. What a depressing place, I went in and i
t was dark, they had these big blue velve shares all around and tvs in each corner. They were 5-9 peop
le smoking sheesha there. It was a real weird feeling. In Kuwait those places are open bright and have
thes bench style chairs so you can lie down and talk to the people around you. The ones in Saudi was
just dark and gloomy, reminds me of an opium den; where people go to get away from life and the outsid
e world. If thats how all or most of them are I really feel bad for the youth of Saudi.

This is different from even the kids I saw when driving to Salmi. So I am driving and see all these ca
rs parked on teh side and thinking “wtf” and then notice that for ever 2-4 cars there would be these g
uys just sitting down by them talking and stuff. It was cool, just being out in the cool desert hangin
g out and talking. It would be a lot better if they could kill the lights so we also be able to look a
t the stars.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years), price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
Seems Kellogs is join McDonalds in making a healthier product
for kids. They are ask 2763, food
1282245,00.html?=rss”>going t
o lower the sugar in Frosted Flakes.

I had many good times as a kid with Tony. I would eat it out the box no milk or anything just munch th
e stuff down. It was soo good, I would literaly be boucning of the walls with a sugar high. I was a v
ery skinny kid.

So after watching Super Size Me< /a> and how kids are becoming overweight. It occured to me what we really need to do is feed these kid
s pure sugar. Lower the fat, but just have them bouncing of the walls. They are getting a work out, an
d losing weight at the same time by actually burning the calories they intake instead of just watching
TV or playing video games.
Just got home from a super long road trip. Drove from Kuwait to Saudi and back to Kuwait all the say t
o Salmi. That is a total of 1500km I started driving around 9am got home at 2am,
ask and had about 3-4 hou
rs of not driving time. So you do that math.

It was an ok trip. I really hate Saudi roads, they are the worst I ever seen. The road from Kuwait to
Jabiel is just 2 lanes. Not 2 lanes each way, but 1 lane each way. So imagine this road with pot holes
, trailers going 60-80km hours and trying to time the distance of the cars on the other side so you ca
n plan the overtake the car infront of you.

Now try doing that at night, where the cars come have their high beams on.

One thing thought that I have a love hate relationship with is the lights. They dont have any lights o
n their roads, so at night its nice and extra dark, but that also reduces the light polution. So you c
an be driving on the road and just look up and see all these stars.

It is really amazing just seeing all those stars. I still recall driving through South Dakota, and jus
t stopping my car in the middle of the Bad Lands a couple hours past Wall Drug, and just looking at th
e stars.

Oh those stars they were so amazing. Laying down on the hood staring up at them. Ussualy when you look
up you see empty black spaces, but there were no black spots just stars. Dim ones bright ones, all so
rts of them. It was like I was in another world. I was even talking to someone at that time and she sa
id the same thing, as if the signal was bouncing from space.

When I was in Saudi I stopped at a “coffee shop” aka “ma3ha”. What a depressing place, I went in and i
t was dark, they had these big blue velve shares all around and tvs in each corner. They were 5-9 peop
le smoking sheesha there. It was a real weird feeling. In Kuwait those places are open bright and have
thes bench style chairs so you can lie down and talk to the people around you. The ones in Saudi was
just dark and gloomy, reminds me of an opium den; where people go to get away from life and the outsid
e world. If thats how all or most of them are I really feel bad for the youth of Saudi.

This is different from even the kids I saw when driving to Salmi. So I am driving and see all these ca
rs parked on teh side and thinking “wtf” and then notice that for ever 2-4 cars there would be these g
uys just sitting down by them talking and stuff. It was cool, just being out in the cool desert hangin
g out and talking. It would be a lot better if they could kill the lights so we also be able to look a
t the stars.
Ever have trouble finding the square of a number? Or 21 x 23?

Well if you have run for your calculator to get the answer I got a new method for you. Found this anesthetist
1284,64575,00.html?tw=wn_tophead_1″>article on Wired abou
t Vedic Math which is an ancient
Indian mnemonic method of sutras to help your do some hard math very simply.

And it works I am quite impressed with how easy and simple it is. Already have some memorized so I can
use. Like this one
on how to do 21 x 23 in 3 easy steps.

And here are some other tutorials and examples of it in action:
VedicMaths.org
Hinduism.co.za
About.com
I decided to try out a little experiment to see how the male compares to the female one. Yes you read
it right. I am going to be using female deodorant.

They have always created this barrier that there is one for each of the sexes. But they are armpits! The human physiology can not be that much different between males and female that we sweat differently there.

For females I decided on Secret because its “strong enough for a man but pH balanced for a woman”. And the men is Gillette cause its “the best a man can get”.

I will be doing it for a week, this site testing Gillette on the left armpit, more about and Secret on the right. Will discuss how the sweating was, there residual and which one was dryer in general.

UpdateWell after my research I found out that a women targeted deodorant will last longer in a day compared to a mens one. But if you are the gym, the men’s deodorant will keep you dryer. So if you want something to last all day, then go for the womens, if you want something for the gym, or areas where you will be sweating a lot, then go for the mens.
I was talking to someone earlier about gyms and told her I was doing Spinning Class. She didn’t get til I showed her that site, pilule but she thought it was like when you
were kid holding hands and spnning around in a cirlcle.

Thats where it came to me, buy cialis making a gym for adults based on toys and games we played when we were kids
.

I used to have fun with those kids games, they were so simple and you had to communicate and play with
other kids. We used to play catch when I was in elementary school during lunch time running around tr
y to avoid being caught or to catch some one. Then you had dodge ball that was always a great game kep
t you quick on your feet. Another great one was the wheel thingie. Where you would get in and someone
fast would hold on to the railing and run spinning you faster and faster and you just tried to hold on
for dear life so you dont get throw off.

There were also trampolines, and slides and swings and see-saws. You could have fun on those things fo
r hours and days cause they were so simple and fun!

Those were the days..

I’d love to go to a gym where thats all we would do. It would be a great work out and fun as well. Do
a warm up on the trampoline for 10 minutes then go join the game of catch or dodge ball for about an h
our. Then go to the swing for 20 minutes of cool down.

That would be such a great work out, got your cardio, and some toning all in 1 hour and 30 minutes and
it would be FUN!

We so need an adult kids gym.
I hate the Arabic keyboard, shop its horrible keys are placed weirdly just look where the ذ is. Why i
s all the way it is near the 1? Then you have all these akward finger movements. The person who design
ed the keyboard should be tied to a chair and keyboard be and forced to use their own creation.

Luckily there is a salvation!

The ASDF Arabic Keyboard. This thing is a
maizng and has really simplified my arabic typing. I can now spell my name in arabic in 5 seconds inst
ead of the previous 5 minutes.

The way he did it is by having the arabic letters sound based on the english keyboard. ا=A &#158
7;=S. And the based on shape E=ع. The best thing I love about it is that the symbols ( , viagra order . / ;
‘ ) are placed in the same location as the english ones.

kbdarab.gif

So if you hate the Arabic keyboard laybout I highly recommend getting the ASDF Arabic layout your eyes
and fingers will apperciate it.
I hate the Arabic keyboard, shop its horrible keys are placed weirdly just look where the ذ is. Why i
s all the way it is near the 1? Then you have all these akward finger movements. The person who design
ed the keyboard should be tied to a chair and keyboard be and forced to use their own creation.

Luckily there is a salvation!

The ASDF Arabic Keyboard. This thing is a
maizng and has really simplified my arabic typing. I can now spell my name in arabic in 5 seconds inst
ead of the previous 5 minutes.

The way he did it is by having the arabic letters sound based on the english keyboard. ا=A &#158
7;=S. And the based on shape E=ع. The best thing I love about it is that the symbols ( , viagra order . / ;
‘ ) are placed in the same location as the english ones.

kbdarab.gif

So if you hate the Arabic keyboard laybout I highly recommend getting the ASDF Arabic layout your eyes
and fingers will apperciate it.
I love my address book, find
I try to keep everyones address and phone number and any additional details in it. Its a great directory for when I travel or someone needs a number. I even have groups on my phone concerning family, friends, business, information etc so I can find them quickly and easily.

Yet I have one issue its all very linear. I would like an address book where I can link contacts together. Such a link stating that Jack is the Brother of Jill. Then I can expand on that By grouping Jack and Jill under their family name of Jones. Then I can connect Jill to her boyfriend John. etc.

So When I look at Jills contact I know that she is the brother of Jack, and the girlfriend of John. Then If I choose to see the Jones family It creates a cirlce with the name Jones and inside it Jack—Jilll. That way to signify that they are related as siblings. If I had their father it would create a family tree for me.

This would also be to show connection within a company. Manager–employee etc. So when I look at the visual I see the who I need to talk to in the ladder.

This would act as my own personal six degress, with me at the center.

With that information I can visually see lines between connections. Then circles around these lines to show groups. That can be changed on the fly to created new groupings, be it family, friends, business, location etc.

Yet this is all my data what if I grouped my data with my friends contact list. It can create a visual connection with missing pieces in a company, friends etc. and expand our information.

Yes this is available in social networks like Orkut, Friendster, Multiply, but those are
net based socail networks. I want something that is personal on my phone or computer that I keep private. I dont want the whole interweb to have my address book and the data inside it.

I guess thats why at the end those socail networks will never really become mainstream they are not private. You publicly share connections, and the truth is you dont know that person who is a friend of your friend. You never had any interaction with them. But in your personel address book you did meet him and have that link for your future refrence.

Just my thoughts on a visually linked address book.
I hate the Arabic keyboard, shop its horrible keys are placed weirdly just look where the ذ is. Why i
s all the way it is near the 1? Then you have all these akward finger movements. The person who design
ed the keyboard should be tied to a chair and keyboard be and forced to use their own creation.

Luckily there is a salvation!

The ASDF Arabic Keyboard. This thing is a
maizng and has really simplified my arabic typing. I can now spell my name in arabic in 5 seconds inst
ead of the previous 5 minutes.

The way he did it is by having the arabic letters sound based on the english keyboard. ا=A &#158
7;=S. And the based on shape E=ع. The best thing I love about it is that the symbols ( , viagra order . / ;
‘ ) are placed in the same location as the english ones.

kbdarab.gif

So if you hate the Arabic keyboard laybout I highly recommend getting the ASDF Arabic layout your eyes
and fingers will apperciate it.
I love my address book, find
I try to keep everyones address and phone number and any additional details in it. Its a great directory for when I travel or someone needs a number. I even have groups on my phone concerning family, friends, business, information etc so I can find them quickly and easily.

Yet I have one issue its all very linear. I would like an address book where I can link contacts together. Such a link stating that Jack is the Brother of Jill. Then I can expand on that By grouping Jack and Jill under their family name of Jones. Then I can connect Jill to her boyfriend John. etc.

So When I look at Jills contact I know that she is the brother of Jack, and the girlfriend of John. Then If I choose to see the Jones family It creates a cirlce with the name Jones and inside it Jack—Jilll. That way to signify that they are related as siblings. If I had their father it would create a family tree for me.

This would also be to show connection within a company. Manager–employee etc. So when I look at the visual I see the who I need to talk to in the ladder.

This would act as my own personal six degress, with me at the center.

With that information I can visually see lines between connections. Then circles around these lines to show groups. That can be changed on the fly to created new groupings, be it family, friends, business, location etc.

Yet this is all my data what if I grouped my data with my friends contact list. It can create a visual connection with missing pieces in a company, friends etc. and expand our information.

Yes this is available in social networks like Orkut, Friendster, Multiply, but those are
net based socail networks. I want something that is personal on my phone or computer that I keep private. I dont want the whole interweb to have my address book and the data inside it.

I guess thats why at the end those socail networks will never really become mainstream they are not private. You publicly share connections, and the truth is you dont know that person who is a friend of your friend. You never had any interaction with them. But in your personel address book you did meet him and have that link for your future refrence.

Just my thoughts on a visually linked address book.
I had lunch in the city today at this “Kuwaiti” place around the corner from Casper and Gambini. Dont
remeber the name, try
actually never even paid attention to the name. The food was good but the service wa
s ok. So you ever want some Kuwaiti food and dont feel like cooking I suggest going there I think they
do delievery or to go.

After that had some coffee at Casper, I tried their Xpress-O-Self that was just amazing hazel nut and
choclate. I suggest taking a sip first then mixing everything together it was good stuff.

I took the beach road home. This drive was great. NOT A SINGLE RED LIGHT. I drove fr
om Casper to Showbiz with not a single red light it was just me the road and some great tunes from the
stereo. Getting all those green lights rarely happens. Last time I recall when the Amir used that roa
d so all the singals were forced green and we drove from Messila all the way to the Old Marriot.

The drive was great. Gave me a chance to see all the status of the new buildings that were popping up.
The beach area of Kuwait is really booming lots of amazing stuff coming up.

There were some I was astonished were being built so fast, I recall when they were just empty lots. Th
en there are ones that stopped existing it was weird seeing the Safir all destroyed. It will be a stra
nge feeling seeing a new hotel being there I remeber when that place when it was the Hilton.

The Diabetes hospital is all built and those buildings infront they said will be the residence for the
doctors. Really pimp place right on the sea front in old Kuwaiti houses.

I am glad we are finally updating our skyline. Dont get me wrong I love our sky line, it is like a his
tory lesson with buildings from each era. I just feel its time to have something from this era to sign
ify new generation of Kuwait. Has to be able to inspire us as give us pride for the future.
I visited a sick relative at the hospital just earleir today and its such a depressing place and this
is after the renovations. Before the windows were so high up you needed a chair to look at the parking
lot. What the hell really, erectile you build this huge hospital on the sea front and where do the windows loo
k out at? You’d expect every paitent room with natural sunlight and a view of the sea. Not in Kuwait y
ou get a view of the parking lot and no natural light at all. I think it was orignally designed as a m
ental institution or something. I wont even talk about those elevators

What really impressed me that Kuwaitiss donated money to have it renovated! The government can’t be he
lp responsible for taken care of that building or the people’s well being. I am not talking about the
doctors and the staff there. They are doing the best they can in those conditions

I been visiting some hospitals this week, epidemic Amiri, Al-Mosat, Al-Rashid and International Clinic. They ar
e all busy and have people attending them, but its intresting to see the difference between the public
and private health care.
People can be so techno dependent at times. I was at the store buying some stuff then the salesman sta
rted using a calculator to add up the quantity that he wrote down ( 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 1) . By the time he
added up to 4, ascariasis I already told him it was 10. He just looked at me sheepishly and told me it would be
10KD.

Are we that dependent on calculators and computers that we can’t do basic tasks without them? I fear f
or our future because if this keeps up; the robots are taking over.
With the elections coming up and the varied news sources and content that is out there it would be tough to keep track of everything as well as the World Cup. So this blog should make it easier to keep track of election coverage, ailment
and offer some commentary on what is going on.

It is an open registration so that everyone can input links, pictures, and their own commentary.
With the Kuwait election going on I felt it would be great to have a blog that would serve as a directory of news sources (blogs, look articles, illness
stats) as well provide orignal content for the elections.

How you can contribute:

Write a post about the elections on your blog, make a link for it as a post.

Find a great article, write about it and link to it.

Took some pictures tag them with kuwaitvote2006 so they can appear on the banner.
Kuwait Times have an article on Election costs detailing the amount pepole will pay for elections such as the tents and hospitality can cost candidates anywhere from KD 27, recipe cure 900 to KD 61, illness 500. Then for the advertising in news papers and other media it can range from KD 60,000 KD to even 100,000.
Welcome to WordPress. This is the first post!.

I have moved to WordPress, online
Movable Type has been annoing me lately and with a new year it is time for a change.

I have imported all of my old posts, medical
but they are some problems in them in terms of links and spaces, sales
but overall they are readable. I have made a backup of my old blog located here http://www.kuwaitblogs.com/users/nibaq.mt/

I am sure the search engines will like that.

Expect some more random changes as I tweak all of this, style and adding links and stuff.
With the elections coming up and the varied news sources and content that is out there it would be tough to keep track of everything as well as the World Cup. So this blog should make it easier to keep track of election coverage, ailment
and offer some commentary on what is going on.

It is an open registration so that everyone can input links, pictures, and their own commentary.
With the Kuwait election going on I felt it would be great to have a blog that would serve as a directory of news sources (blogs, look articles, illness
stats) as well provide orignal content for the elections.

How you can contribute:

Write a post about the elections on your blog, make a link for it as a post.

Find a great article, write about it and link to it.

Took some pictures tag them with kuwaitvote2006 so they can appear on the banner.
Kuwait Times have an article on Election costs detailing the amount pepole will pay for elections such as the tents and hospitality can cost candidates anywhere from KD 27, recipe cure 900 to KD 61, illness 500. Then for the advertising in news papers and other media it can range from KD 60,000 KD to even 100,000.
Welcome to WordPress. This is the first post!.

I have moved to WordPress, online
Movable Type has been annoing me lately and with a new year it is time for a change.

I have imported all of my old posts, medical
but they are some problems in them in terms of links and spaces, sales
but overall they are readable. I have made a backup of my old blog located here http://www.kuwaitblogs.com/users/nibaq.mt/

I am sure the search engines will like that.

Expect some more random changes as I tweak all of this, style and adding links and stuff.
So after setting up Kuwaitblogs.com, approved
thought to myself I dont have a blog. So here is mine.
HKWK has this post
on democracy and how it is just crap in Kuwait.

But we are not a democracy. When you
have hand full of men voting for the rest of the population, phthisiatrician that is not a majority.

But even then the majority doesn’t know whats good for them most of the time. They will look out for t
heir best interests.

Yet having a majority rule is the least of our problems. In the last election my father an I were talk
ing to our neighbor infront of the election center (the elementry school) and asked who he voted for.
He mentioned a guy that is known to be a cheater, sale and a theif. He has no qualifications in terms of pu
blic service. So my father asked him why? He said basicly “wasta”. Our neighbor was hoping with this g
uy being elected he will get some wasta for his children and stuff.

“Wasta” is what really killing Kuwait. We need to eliminate this concept from our society. Government
officials are getting elected because of wasta; criminals are let out on jail because of it.

So how can we have a democracy when there is no equality in this country? It has come to the point whe
re your just as strong as how many wastas you have.
. I love watches, order even though I
haven’t worn one since Feb. but this collection is just amazing. It captures some of the modern desig
ns that people were coming up with in the 50-70s with the new technology in the clock work and the pro
duction. Link
Looks like Nokia is trying to cash in with the moblog thing. But t
his new thing called hepatitis ,54628,00.html”>Lifeblog is a program t
hat you can use to capture and collects pictures, movies and messagse and organizes in chornological o
rder so you can upload and access it later. But it doesn’t save it on the internet, seems when the mem
ory is full on your phone you can just upload it on your PC.
French blogger Philippe De Jonckeere has been on a quest
to send racy porn pictures in translucent envelopes, artificial then send them via normal US mail in Chicago.
Link (Contains Nudity) [via Boing Boing
]

I wonder what would happen if you did this to Kuwait’s amazing mail service. I am sure it would turn t
he post service to chaos.
We watched Super Size Me tonight, pharm to prepare for it
we went to McDonalds and all got a superzie meal.
I ate Quater Pounder Meal (Supersized) , prosthetic and a Smarties McFlurry.
I figured make my last meal a memorable one…

If you are not familair with this movie, visit Morgan decides to see what happens if he at McDonalds for a w
hole month eating 3 meals a day from them. He can only eat and drink only what they sell over the coun
ter.

So your taken on a journey though this ordeal. At first he enjoys it the sugar rush and just that “hig
h” feeling after eating a whole meal filled with sugar and fat. Yet with any “high” it becomes addicti
ng and effecting his bodys functions.

He took a complete physical before he started this mission, but by the first week he has gained 5kg (1
0lbs) in just 1 week, his liver was becoming toxic cholestorl and blood pressure was rising.

His doctors and crew are stunned by this huge increase. They were expecint the weight gain, but what w
as happening inside his body was the real shocker. Seems all that fat and sugar he was eating was dama
ging his liver, kidneys and other body parts. As they stated it, it was like he was “pickling his live
r”, and begging him to stop.

You have to consider one thing, he took it to the extreme. He was eating McDonalds 3 times a day, accu
milating 5000 calories a day. Where your average balane calorie count should be around 2000. He also d
idn’t excersice, he wanted to copy the standard American who does not walk more than 1-2 miles.

Yet one thing that kept coming up while watching this movie, wasn’t what he was saying, but what my fr
iends and I were. We kept saying “hey just like Kuwait”.

For in Kuwait we dont walk anywhere I am sure if people registered how much an average Kuwaiti walks i
t would be less than 1 mile. We are sadly a lazy people. We blame the heat when we can’t go out, we sa
y there is nothing to do except goto restaurants. Then when we do go out to do something we just sit d
own there idly for hours.

You may not notice this much with adults, but take a look at the children. They are FAT munching down
hamburgers, and sitting down playing computer games. The concept of going out and actually enjoying th
e outside is something foriegn to them.

This is killing us. We are the highest per capita in terms of diabetes, espeically with children; and
heart problem with adults.

This needs to change. We need to get of our asses and do something. They say just a baisc 20 minute wa
lk everyday is one of the best things you can do to your body. I know one thing I plan to do is get my
cousins to eat a bit healthier cause every little bit counts when they are young.
Extreme Democracy a collection of essays and thoughts a
bout how technology is changing how we communicate and it is affecting the way democracy works.

“Extreme democracy” is a political philosophy of the information era that puts people in charge of the entire political process. It suggests a deliberative process that places total confidence in the people, caries opening the policy-making process to many centers of power through deeply networked coalitions that can be organized around local, ailment national and international issues.

I am really fascinated by it and actually printing this all out. With the formation of these blogs around Kuwait and the people expressing their opinions and feelings.

We the Kuwait bloggers are forming a network. Slowly but surely we are in the avenue of change. It won’t be a revolution where people are fighting it out in the streets but an evolution. Where everyone will be informed and aware then acting.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years), price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years), price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
Seems Kellogs is join McDonalds in making a healthier product
for kids. They are ask 2763, food
1282245,00.html?=rss”>going t
o lower the sugar in Frosted Flakes.

I had many good times as a kid with Tony. I would eat it out the box no milk or anything just munch th
e stuff down. It was soo good, I would literaly be boucning of the walls with a sugar high. I was a v
ery skinny kid.

So after watching Super Size Me< /a> and how kids are becoming overweight. It occured to me what we really need to do is feed these kid
s pure sugar. Lower the fat, but just have them bouncing of the walls. They are getting a work out, an
d losing weight at the same time by actually burning the calories they intake instead of just watching
TV or playing video games.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years),
price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
Seems Kellogs is join McDonalds in making a healthier product
for kids. They are ask 2763, food
1282245,00.html?=rss”>going t
o lower the sugar in Frosted Flakes.

I had many good times as a kid with Tony. I would eat it out the box no milk or anything just munch th
e stuff down. It was soo good, I would literaly be boucning of the walls with a sugar high. I was a v
ery skinny kid.

So after watching Super Size Me< /a> and how kids are becoming overweight. It occured to me what we really need to do is feed these kid
s pure sugar. Lower the fat, but just have them bouncing of the walls. They are getting a work out, an
d losing weight at the same time by actually burning the calories they intake instead of just watching
TV or playing video games.
Just got home from a super long road trip. Drove from Kuwait to Saudi and back to Kuwait all the say t
o Salmi. That is a total of 1500km I started driving around 9am got home at 2am,
ask and had about 3-4 hou
rs of not driving time. So you do that math.

It was an ok trip. I really hate Saudi roads, they are the worst I ever seen. The road from Kuwait to
Jabiel is just 2 lanes. Not 2 lanes each way, but 1 lane each way. So imagine this road with pot holes
, trailers going 60-80km hours and trying to time the distance of the cars on the other side so you ca
n plan the overtake the car infront of you.

Now try doing that at night, where the cars come have their high beams on.

One thing thought that I have a love hate relationship with is the lights. They dont have any lights o
n their roads, so at night its nice and extra dark, but that also reduces the light polution. So you c
an be driving on the road and just look up and see all these stars.

It is really amazing just seeing all those stars. I still recall driving through South Dakota, and jus
t stopping my car in the middle of the Bad Lands a couple hours past Wall Drug, and just looking at th
e stars.

Oh those stars they were so amazing. Laying down on the hood staring up at them. Ussualy when you look
up you see empty black spaces, but there were no black spots just stars. Dim ones bright ones, all so
rts of them. It was like I was in another world. I was even talking to someone at that time and she sa
id the same thing, as if the signal was bouncing from space.

When I was in Saudi I stopped at a “coffee shop” aka “ma3ha”. What a depressing place, I went in and i
t was dark, they had these big blue velve shares all around and tvs in each corner. They were 5-9 peop
le smoking sheesha there. It was a real weird feeling. In Kuwait those places are open bright and have
thes bench style chairs so you can lie down and talk to the people around you. The ones in Saudi was
just dark and gloomy, reminds me of an opium den; where people go to get away from life and the outsid
e world. If thats how all or most of them are I really feel bad for the youth of Saudi.

This is different from even the kids I saw when driving to Salmi. So I am driving and see all these ca
rs parked on teh side and thinking “wtf” and then notice that for ever 2-4 cars there would be these g
uys just sitting down by them talking and stuff. It was cool, just being out in the cool desert hangin
g out and talking. It would be a lot better if they could kill the lights so we also be able to look a
t the stars.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years), price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
Seems Kellogs is join McDonalds in making a healthier product
for kids. They are ask 2763, food
1282245,00.html?=rss”>going t
o lower the sugar in Frosted Flakes.

I had many good times as a kid with Tony. I would eat it out the box no milk or anything just munch th
e stuff down. It was soo good, I would literaly be boucning of the walls with a sugar high. I was a v
ery skinny kid.

So after watching Super Size Me< /a> and how kids are becoming overweight. It occured to me what we really need to do is feed these kid
s pure sugar. Lower the fat, but just have them bouncing of the walls. They are getting a work out, an
d losing weight at the same time by actually burning the calories they intake instead of just watching
TV or playing video games.
Just got home from a super long road trip. Drove from Kuwait to Saudi and back to Kuwait all the say t
o Salmi. That is a total of 1500km I started driving around 9am got home at 2am,
ask and had about 3-4 hou
rs of not driving time. So you do that math.

It was an ok trip. I really hate Saudi roads, they are the worst I ever seen. The road from Kuwait to
Jabiel is just 2 lanes. Not 2 lanes each way, but 1 lane each way. So imagine this road with pot holes
, trailers going 60-80km hours and trying to time the distance of the cars on the other side so you ca
n plan the overtake the car infront of you.

Now try doing that at night, where the cars come have their high beams on.

One thing thought that I have a love hate relationship with is the lights. They dont have any lights o
n their roads, so at night its nice and extra dark, but that also reduces the light polution. So you c
an be driving on the road and just look up and see all these stars.

It is really amazing just seeing all those stars. I still recall driving through South Dakota, and jus
t stopping my car in the middle of the Bad Lands a couple hours past Wall Drug, and just looking at th
e stars.

Oh those stars they were so amazing. Laying down on the hood staring up at them. Ussualy when you look
up you see empty black spaces, but there were no black spots just stars. Dim ones bright ones, all so
rts of them. It was like I was in another world. I was even talking to someone at that time and she sa
id the same thing, as if the signal was bouncing from space.

When I was in Saudi I stopped at a “coffee shop” aka “ma3ha”. What a depressing place, I went in and i
t was dark, they had these big blue velve shares all around and tvs in each corner. They were 5-9 peop
le smoking sheesha there. It was a real weird feeling. In Kuwait those places are open bright and have
thes bench style chairs so you can lie down and talk to the people around you. The ones in Saudi was
just dark and gloomy, reminds me of an opium den; where people go to get away from life and the outsid
e world. If thats how all or most of them are I really feel bad for the youth of Saudi.

This is different from even the kids I saw when driving to Salmi. So I am driving and see all these ca
rs parked on teh side and thinking “wtf” and then notice that for ever 2-4 cars there would be these g
uys just sitting down by them talking and stuff. It was cool, just being out in the cool desert hangin
g out and talking. It would be a lot better if they could kill the lights so we also be able to look a
t the stars.
Ever have trouble finding the square of a number? Or 21 x 23?

Well if you have run for your calculator to get the answer I got a new method for you. Found this anesthetist
1284,64575,00.html?tw=wn_tophead_1″>article on Wired abou
t Vedic Math which is an ancient
Indian mnemonic method of sutras to help your do some hard math very simply.

And it works I am quite impressed with how easy and simple it is. Already have some memorized so I can
use. Like this one
on how to do 21 x 23 in 3 easy steps.

And here are some other tutorials and examples of it in action:
VedicMaths.org
Hinduism.co.za
About.com
I decided to try out a little experiment to see how the male compares to the female one. Yes you read
it right. I am going to be using female deodorant.

They have always created this barrier that there is one for each of the sexes. But they are armpits! The human physiology can not be that much different between males and female that we sweat differently there.

For females I decided on Secret because its “strong enough for a man but pH balanced for a woman”. And the men is Gillette cause its “the best a man can get”.

I will be doing it for a week, this site testing Gillette on the left armpit, more about and Secret on the right. Will discuss how the sweating was, there residual and which one was dryer in general.

UpdateWell after my research I found out that a women targeted deodorant will last longer in a day compared to a mens one. But if you are the gym, the men’s deodorant will keep you dryer. So if you want something to last all day, then go for the womens, if you want something for the gym, or areas where you will be sweating a lot, then go for the mens.
I was talking to someone earlier about gyms and told her I was doing Spinning Class. She didn’t get til I showed her that site, pilule but she thought it was like when you
were kid holding hands and spnning around in a cirlcle.

Thats where it came to me, buy cialis making a gym for adults based on toys and games we played when we were kids
.

I used to have fun with those kids games, they were so simple and you had to communicate and play with
other kids. We used to play catch when I was in elementary school during lunch time running around tr
y to avoid being caught or to catch some one. Then you had dodge ball that was always a great game kep
t you quick on your feet. Another great one was the wheel thingie. Where you would get in and someone
fast would hold on to the railing and run spinning you faster and faster and you just tried to hold on
for dear life so you dont get throw off.

There were also trampolines, and slides and swings and see-saws. You could have fun on those things fo
r hours and days cause they were so simple and fun!

Those were the days..

I’d love to go to a gym where thats all we would do. It would be a great work out and fun as well. Do
a warm up on the trampoline for 10 minutes then go join the game of catch or dodge ball for about an h
our. Then go to the swing for 20 minutes of cool down.

That would be such a great work out, got your cardio, and some toning all in 1 hour and 30 minutes and
it would be FUN!

We so need an adult kids gym.
I hate the Arabic keyboard, shop its horrible keys are placed weirdly just look where the ذ is. Why i
s all the way it is near the 1? Then you have all these akward finger movements. The person who design
ed the keyboard should be tied to a chair and keyboard be and forced to use their own creation.

Luckily there is a salvation!

The ASDF Arabic Keyboard. This thing is a
maizng and has really simplified my arabic typing. I can now spell my name in arabic in 5 seconds inst
ead of the previous 5 minutes.

The way he did it is by having the arabic letters sound based on the english keyboard. ا=A &#158
7;=S. And the based on shape E=ع. The best thing I love about it is that the symbols ( , viagra order . / ;
‘ ) are placed in the same location as the english ones.

kbdarab.gif

So if you hate the Arabic keyboard laybout I highly recommend getting the ASDF Arabic layout your eyes
and fingers will apperciate it.
I hate the Arabic keyboard, shop its horrible keys are placed weirdly just look where the ذ is. Why i
s all the way it is near the 1? Then you have all these akward finger movements. The person who design
ed the keyboard should be tied to a chair and keyboard be and forced to use their own creation.

Luckily there is a salvation!

The ASDF Arabic Keyboard. This thing is a
maizng and has really simplified my arabic typing. I can now spell my name in arabic in 5 seconds inst
ead of the previous 5 minutes.

The way he did it is by having the arabic letters sound based on the english keyboard. ا=A &#158
7;=S. And the based on shape E=ع. The best thing I love about it is that the symbols ( , viagra order . / ;
‘ ) are placed in the same location as the english ones.

kbdarab.gif

So if you hate the Arabic keyboard laybout I highly recommend getting the ASDF Arabic layout your eyes
and fingers will apperciate it.
I love my address book, find
I try to keep everyones address and phone number and any additional details in it. Its a great directory for when I travel or someone needs a number. I even have groups on my phone concerning family, friends, business, information etc so I can find them quickly and easily.

Yet I have one issue its all very linear. I would like an address book where I can link contacts together. Such a link stating that Jack is the Brother of Jill. Then I can expand on that By grouping Jack and Jill under their family name of Jones. Then I can connect Jill to her boyfriend John. etc.

So When I look at Jills contact I know that she is the brother of Jack, and the girlfriend of John. Then If I choose to see the Jones family It creates a cirlce with the name Jones and inside it Jack—Jilll. That way to signify that they are related as siblings. If I had their father it would create a family tree for me.

This would also be to show connection within a company. Manager–employee etc. So when I look at the visual I see the who I need to talk to in the ladder.

This would act as my own personal six degress, with me at the center.

With that information I can visually see lines between connections. Then circles around these lines to show groups. That can be changed on the fly to created new groupings, be it family, friends, business, location etc.

Yet this is all my data what if I grouped my data with my friends contact list. It can create a visual connection with missing pieces in a company, friends etc. and expand our information.

Yes this is available in social networks like Orkut, Friendster, Multiply, but those are
net based socail networks. I want something that is personal on my phone or computer that I keep private. I dont want the whole interweb to have my address book and the data inside it.

I guess thats why at the end those socail networks will never really become mainstream they are not private. You publicly share connections, and the truth is you dont know that person who is a friend of your friend. You never had any interaction with them. But in your personel address book you did meet him and have that link for your future refrence.

Just my thoughts on a visually linked address book.
I hate the Arabic keyboard, shop its horrible keys are placed weirdly just look where the ذ is. Why i
s all the way it is near the 1? Then you have all these akward finger movements. The person who design
ed the keyboard should be tied to a chair and keyboard be and forced to use their own creation.

Luckily there is a salvation!

The ASDF Arabic Keyboard. This thing is a
maizng and has really simplified my arabic typing. I can now spell my name in arabic in 5 seconds inst
ead of the previous 5 minutes.

The way he did it is by having the arabic letters sound based on the english keyboard. ا=A &#158
7;=S. And the based on shape E=ع. The best thing I love about it is that the symbols ( , viagra order . / ;
‘ ) are placed in the same location as the english ones.

kbdarab.gif

So if you hate the Arabic keyboard laybout I highly recommend getting the ASDF Arabic layout your eyes
and fingers will apperciate it.
I love my address book, find
I try to keep everyones address and phone number and any additional details in it. Its a great directory for when I travel or someone needs a number. I even have groups on my phone concerning family, friends, business, information etc so I can find them quickly and easily.

Yet I have one issue its all very linear. I would like an address book where I can link contacts together. Such a link stating that Jack is the Brother of Jill. Then I can expand on that By grouping Jack and Jill under their family name of Jones. Then I can connect Jill to her boyfriend John. etc.

So When I look at Jills contact I know that she is the brother of Jack, and the girlfriend of John. Then If I choose to see the Jones family It creates a cirlce with the name Jones and inside it Jack—Jilll. That way to signify that they are related as siblings. If I had their father it would create a family tree for me.

This would also be to show connection within a company. Manager–employee etc. So when I look at the visual I see the who I need to talk to in the ladder.

This would act as my own personal six degress, with me at the center.

With that information I can visually see lines between connections. Then circles around these lines to show groups. That can be changed on the fly to created new groupings, be it family, friends, business, location etc.

Yet this is all my data what if I grouped my data with my friends contact list. It can create a visual connection with missing pieces in a company, friends etc. and expand our information.

Yes this is available in social networks like Orkut, Friendster, Multiply, but those are
net based socail networks. I want something that is personal on my phone or computer that I keep private. I dont want the whole interweb to have my address book and the data inside it.

I guess thats why at the end those socail networks will never really become mainstream they are not private. You publicly share connections, and the truth is you dont know that person who is a friend of your friend. You never had any interaction with them. But in your personel address book you did meet him and have that link for your future refrence.

Just my thoughts on a visually linked address book.
I had lunch in the city today at this “Kuwaiti” place around the corner from Casper and Gambini. Dont
remeber the name, try
actually never even paid attention to the name. The food was good but the service wa
s ok. So you ever want some Kuwaiti food and dont feel like cooking I suggest going there I think they
do delievery or to go.

After that had some coffee at Casper, I tried their Xpress-O-Self that was just amazing hazel nut and
choclate. I suggest taking a sip first then mixing everything together it was good stuff.

I took the beach road home. This drive was great. NOT A SINGLE RED LIGHT. I drove fr
om Casper to Showbiz with not a single red light it was just me the road and some great tunes from the
stereo. Getting all those green lights rarely happens. Last time I recall when the Amir used that roa
d so all the singals were forced green and we drove from Messila all the way to the Old Marriot.

The drive was great. Gave me a chance to see all the status of the new buildings that were popping up.
The beach area of Kuwait is really booming lots of amazing stuff coming up.

There were some I was astonished were being built so fast, I recall when they were just empty lots. Th
en there are ones that stopped existing it was weird seeing the Safir all destroyed. It will be a stra
nge feeling seeing a new hotel being there I remeber when that place when it was the Hilton.

The Diabetes hospital is all built and those buildings infront they said will be the residence for the
doctors. Really pimp place right on the sea front in old Kuwaiti houses.

I am glad we are finally updating our skyline. Dont get me wrong I love our sky line, it is like a his
tory lesson with buildings from each era. I just feel its time to have something from this era to sign
ify new generation of Kuwait. Has to be able to inspire us as give us pride for the future.
I visited a sick relative at the hospital just earleir today and its such a depressing place and this
is after the renovations. Before the windows were so high up you needed a chair to look at the parking
lot. What the hell really, erectile you build this huge hospital on the sea front and where do the windows loo
k out at? You’d expect every paitent room with natural sunlight and a view of the sea. Not in Kuwait y
ou get a view of the parking lot and no natural light at all. I think it was orignally designed as a m
ental institution or something. I wont even talk about those elevators

What really impressed me that Kuwaitiss donated money to have it renovated! The government can’t be he
lp responsible for taken care of that building or the people’s well being. I am not talking about the
doctors and the staff there. They are doing the best they can in those conditions

I been visiting some hospitals this week, epidemic Amiri, Al-Mosat, Al-Rashid and International Clinic. They ar
e all busy and have people attending them, but its intresting to see the difference between the public
and private health care.
People can be so techno dependent at times. I was at the store buying some stuff then the salesman sta
rted using a calculator to add up the quantity that he wrote down ( 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 1) . By the time he
added up to 4, ascariasis I already told him it was 10. He just looked at me sheepishly and told me it would be
10KD.

Are we that dependent on calculators and computers that we can’t do basic tasks without them? I fear f
or our future because if this keeps up; the robots are taking over.
Just watched Shrek 2 earlier tonight, visit this what a great
movie. It was another Disney basher from Dreamworks, pills with a great story with some impressive character
s and computer graphics.

The story for this one is after Fiona and Shrek get married and it is time to visit the in-laws. This
is where we learn more about Fiona’s back story; like how she ended up in the Castle with the dragon a
nd the lies and behind it.

The international cast of John Cleese, side effects Antonia Banderas,
Julie Andrews
and Jennifer Saunders really added
a flare to this movie. Especially Banderas’ Puss In Boot and Saunders’ Fairy Godmother.

Saunders’ also sang some great song on the movie that can be avaible on the soundtrack, w
hich I plan to pick up. It is really superb with the Counting Crows, The Eels , Nick Cave and the Bad
Seeds and many more.

I highly recommend the movie for a night at home with some friends and the soundtrack during the day w
ith them.
With the elections coming up and the varied news sources and content that is out there it would be tough to keep track of everything as well as the World Cup. So this blog should make it easier to keep track of election coverage, ailment
and offer some commentary on what is going on.

It is an open registration so that everyone can input links, pictures, and their own commentary.
With the Kuwait election going on I felt it would be great to have a blog that would serve as a directory of news sources (blogs, look articles, illness
stats) as well provide orignal content for the elections.

How you can contribute:

Write a post about the elections on your blog, make a link for it as a post.

Find a great article, write about it and link to it.

Took some pictures tag them with kuwaitvote2006 so they can appear on the banner.
Kuwait Times have an article on Election costs detailing the amount pepole will pay for elections such as the tents and hospitality can cost candidates anywhere from KD 27, recipe cure 900 to KD 61, illness 500. Then for the advertising in news papers and other media it can range from KD 60,000 KD to even 100,000.
Welcome to WordPress. This is the first post!.

I have moved to WordPress, online
Movable Type has been annoing me lately and with a new year it is time for a change.

I have imported all of my old posts, medical
but they are some problems in them in terms of links and spaces, sales
but overall they are readable. I have made a backup of my old blog located here http://www.kuwaitblogs.com/users/nibaq.mt/

I am sure the search engines will like that.

Expect some more random changes as I tweak all of this, style and adding links and stuff.
With the elections coming up and the varied news sources and content that is out there it would be tough to keep track of everything as well as the World Cup. So this blog should make it easier to keep track of election coverage, ailment
and offer some commentary on what is going on.

It is an open registration so that everyone can input links, pictures, and their own commentary.
With the Kuwait election going on I felt it would be great to have a blog that would serve as a directory of news sources (blogs, look articles, illness
stats) as well provide orignal content for the elections.

How you can contribute:

Write a post about the elections on your blog, make a link for it as a post.

Find a great article, write about it and link to it.

Took some pictures tag them with kuwaitvote2006 so they can appear on the banner.
Kuwait Times have an article on Election costs detailing the amount pepole will pay for elections such as the tents and hospitality can cost candidates anywhere from KD 27, recipe cure 900 to KD 61, illness 500. Then for the advertising in news papers and other media it can range from KD 60,000 KD to even 100,000.
Welcome to WordPress. This is the first post!.

I have moved to WordPress, online
Movable Type has been annoing me lately and with a new year it is time for a change.

I have imported all of my old posts, medical
but they are some problems in them in terms of links and spaces, sales
but overall they are readable. I have made a backup of my old blog located here http://www.kuwaitblogs.com/users/nibaq.mt/

I am sure the search engines will like that.

Expect some more random changes as I tweak all of this, style and adding links and stuff.
So after setting up Kuwaitblogs.com, approved
thought to myself I dont have a blog. So here is mine.
HKWK has this post
on democracy and how it is just crap in Kuwait.

But we are not a democracy. When you
have hand full of men voting for the rest of the population, phthisiatrician that is not a majority.

But even then the majority doesn’t know whats good for them most of the time. They will look out for t
heir best interests.

Yet having a majority rule is the least of our problems. In the last election my father an I were talk
ing to our neighbor infront of the election center (the elementry school) and asked who he voted for.
He mentioned a guy that is known to be a cheater, sale and a theif. He has no qualifications in terms of pu
blic service. So my father asked him why? He said basicly “wasta”. Our neighbor was hoping with this g
uy being elected he will get some wasta for his children and stuff.

“Wasta” is what really killing Kuwait. We need to eliminate this concept from our society. Government
officials are getting elected because of wasta; criminals are let out on jail because of it.

So how can we have a democracy when there is no equality in this country? It has come to the point whe
re your just as strong as how many wastas you have.
. I love watches, order even though I
haven’t worn one since Feb. but this collection is just amazing. It captures some of the modern desig
ns that people were coming up with in the 50-70s with the new technology in the clock work and the pro
duction. Link
Looks like Nokia is trying to cash in with the moblog thing. But t
his new thing called hepatitis ,54628,00.html”>Lifeblog is a program t
hat you can use to capture and collects pictures, movies and messagse and organizes in chornological o
rder so you can upload and access it later. But it doesn’t save it on the internet, seems when the mem
ory is full on your phone you can just upload it on your PC.
French blogger Philippe De Jonckeere has been on a quest
to send racy porn pictures in translucent envelopes, artificial then send them via normal US mail in Chicago.
Link (Contains Nudity) [via Boing Boing
]

I wonder what would happen if you did this to Kuwait’s amazing mail service. I am sure it would turn t
he post service to chaos.
We watched Super Size Me tonight, pharm to prepare for it
we went to McDonalds and all got a superzie meal.
I ate Quater Pounder Meal (Supersized) , prosthetic and a Smarties McFlurry.
I figured make my last meal a memorable one…

If you are not familair with this movie, visit Morgan decides to see what happens if he at McDonalds for a w
hole month eating 3 meals a day from them. He can only eat and drink only what they sell over the coun
ter.

So your taken on a journey though this ordeal. At first he enjoys it the sugar rush and just that “hig
h” feeling after eating a whole meal filled with sugar and fat. Yet with any “high” it becomes addicti
ng and effecting his bodys functions.

He took a complete physical before he started this mission, but by the first week he has gained 5kg (1
0lbs) in just 1 week, his liver was becoming toxic cholestorl and blood pressure was rising.

His doctors and crew are stunned by this huge increase. They were expecint the weight gain, but what w
as happening inside his body was the real shocker. Seems all that fat and sugar he was eating was dama
ging his liver, kidneys and other body parts. As they stated it, it was like he was “pickling his live
r”, and begging him to stop.

You have to consider one thing, he took it to the extreme. He was eating McDonalds 3 times a day, accu
milating 5000 calories a day. Where your average balane calorie count should be around 2000. He also d
idn’t excersice, he wanted to copy the standard American who does not walk more than 1-2 miles.

Yet one thing that kept coming up while watching this movie, wasn’t what he was saying, but what my fr
iends and I were. We kept saying “hey just like Kuwait”.

For in Kuwait we dont walk anywhere I am sure if people registered how much an average Kuwaiti walks i
t would be less than 1 mile. We are sadly a lazy people. We blame the heat when we can’t go out, we sa
y there is nothing to do except goto restaurants. Then when we do go out to do something we just sit d
own there idly for hours.

You may not notice this much with adults, but take a look at the children. They are FAT munching down
hamburgers, and sitting down playing computer games. The concept of going out and actually enjoying th
e outside is something foriegn to them.

This is killing us. We are the highest per capita in terms of diabetes, espeically with children; and
heart problem with adults.

This needs to change. We need to get of our asses and do something. They say just a baisc 20 minute wa
lk everyday is one of the best things you can do to your body. I know one thing I plan to do is get my
cousins to eat a bit healthier cause every little bit counts when they are young.
Extreme Democracy a collection of essays and thoughts a
bout how technology is changing how we communicate and it is affecting the way democracy works.

“Extreme democracy” is a political philosophy of the information era that puts people in charge of the entire political process. It suggests a deliberative process that places total confidence in the people, caries opening the policy-making process to many centers of power through deeply networked coalitions that can be organized around local, ailment national and international issues.

I am really fascinated by it and actually printing this all out. With the formation of these blogs around Kuwait and the people expressing their opinions and feelings.

We the Kuwait bloggers are forming a network. Slowly but surely we are in the avenue of change. It won’t be a revolution where people are fighting it out in the streets but an evolution. Where everyone will be informed and aware then acting.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years), price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years), price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
Seems Kellogs is join McDonalds in making a healthier product
for kids. They are ask 2763, food
1282245,00.html?=rss”>going t
o lower the sugar in Frosted Flakes.

I had many good times as a kid with Tony. I would eat it out the box no milk or anything just munch th
e stuff down. It was soo good, I would literaly be boucning of the walls with a sugar high. I was a v
ery skinny kid.

So after watching Super Size Me< /a> and how kids are becoming overweight. It occured to me what we really need to do is feed these kid
s pure sugar. Lower the fat, but just have them bouncing of the walls. They are getting a work out, an
d losing weight at the same time by actually burning the calories they intake instead of just watching
TV or playing video games.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years),
price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
Seems Kellogs is join McDonalds in making a healthier product
for kids. They are ask 2763, food
1282245,00.html?=rss”>going t
o lower the sugar in Frosted Flakes.

I had many good times as a kid with Tony. I would eat it out the box no milk or anything just munch th
e stuff down. It was soo good, I would literaly be boucning of the walls with a sugar high. I was a v
ery skinny kid.

So after watching Super Size Me< /a> and how kids are becoming overweight. It occured to me what we really need to do is feed these kid
s pure sugar. Lower the fat, but just have them bouncing of the walls. They are getting a work out, an
d losing weight at the same time by actually burning the calories they intake instead of just watching
TV or playing video games.
Just got home from a super long road trip. Drove from Kuwait to Saudi and back to Kuwait all the say t
o Salmi. That is a total of 1500km I started driving around 9am got home at 2am,
ask and had about 3-4 hou
rs of not driving time. So you do that math.

It was an ok trip. I really hate Saudi roads, they are the worst I ever seen. The road from Kuwait to
Jabiel is just 2 lanes. Not 2 lanes each way, but 1 lane each way. So imagine this road with pot holes
, trailers going 60-80km hours and trying to time the distance of the cars on the other side so you ca
n plan the overtake the car infront of you.

Now try doing that at night, where the cars come have their high beams on.

One thing thought that I have a love hate relationship with is the lights. They dont have any lights o
n their roads, so at night its nice and extra dark, but that also reduces the light polution. So you c
an be driving on the road and just look up and see all these stars.

It is really amazing just seeing all those stars. I still recall driving through South Dakota, and jus
t stopping my car in the middle of the Bad Lands a couple hours past Wall Drug, and just looking at th
e stars.

Oh those stars they were so amazing. Laying down on the hood staring up at them. Ussualy when you look
up you see empty black spaces, but there were no black spots just stars. Dim ones bright ones, all so
rts of them. It was like I was in another world. I was even talking to someone at that time and she sa
id the same thing, as if the signal was bouncing from space.

When I was in Saudi I stopped at a “coffee shop” aka “ma3ha”. What a depressing place, I went in and i
t was dark, they had these big blue velve shares all around and tvs in each corner. They were 5-9 peop
le smoking sheesha there. It was a real weird feeling. In Kuwait those places are open bright and have
thes bench style chairs so you can lie down and talk to the people around you. The ones in Saudi was
just dark and gloomy, reminds me of an opium den; where people go to get away from life and the outsid
e world. If thats how all or most of them are I really feel bad for the youth of Saudi.

This is different from even the kids I saw when driving to Salmi. So I am driving and see all these ca
rs parked on teh side and thinking “wtf” and then notice that for ever 2-4 cars there would be these g
uys just sitting down by them talking and stuff. It was cool, just being out in the cool desert hangin
g out and talking. It would be a lot better if they could kill the lights so we also be able to look a
t the stars.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years), price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
Seems Kellogs is join McDonalds in making a healthier product
for kids. They are ask 2763, food
1282245,00.html?=rss”>going t
o lower the sugar in Frosted Flakes.

I had many good times as a kid with Tony. I would eat it out the box no milk or anything just munch th
e stuff down. It was soo good, I would literaly be boucning of the walls with a sugar high. I was a v
ery skinny kid.

So after watching Super Size Me< /a> and how kids are becoming overweight. It occured to me what we really need to do is feed these kid
s pure sugar. Lower the fat, but just have them bouncing of the walls. They are getting a work out, an
d losing weight at the same time by actually burning the calories they intake instead of just watching
TV or playing video games.
Just got home from a super long road trip. Drove from Kuwait to Saudi and back to Kuwait all the say t
o Salmi. That is a total of 1500km I started driving around 9am got home at 2am,
ask and had about 3-4 hou
rs of not driving time. So you do that math.

It was an ok trip. I really hate Saudi roads, they are the worst I ever seen. The road from Kuwait to
Jabiel is just 2 lanes. Not 2 lanes each way, but 1 lane each way. So imagine this road with pot holes
, trailers going 60-80km hours and trying to time the distance of the cars on the other side so you ca
n plan the overtake the car infront of you.

Now try doing that at night, where the cars come have their high beams on.

One thing thought that I have a love hate relationship with is the lights. They dont have any lights o
n their roads, so at night its nice and extra dark, but that also reduces the light polution. So you c
an be driving on the road and just look up and see all these stars.

It is really amazing just seeing all those stars. I still recall driving through South Dakota, and jus
t stopping my car in the middle of the Bad Lands a couple hours past Wall Drug, and just looking at th
e stars.

Oh those stars they were so amazing. Laying down on the hood staring up at them. Ussualy when you look
up you see empty black spaces, but there were no black spots just stars. Dim ones bright ones, all so
rts of them. It was like I was in another world. I was even talking to someone at that time and she sa
id the same thing, as if the signal was bouncing from space.

When I was in Saudi I stopped at a “coffee shop” aka “ma3ha”. What a depressing place, I went in and i
t was dark, they had these big blue velve shares all around and tvs in each corner. They were 5-9 peop
le smoking sheesha there. It was a real weird feeling. In Kuwait those places are open bright and have
thes bench style chairs so you can lie down and talk to the people around you. The ones in Saudi was
just dark and gloomy, reminds me of an opium den; where people go to get away from life and the outsid
e world. If thats how all or most of them are I really feel bad for the youth of Saudi.

This is different from even the kids I saw when driving to Salmi. So I am driving and see all these ca
rs parked on teh side and thinking “wtf” and then notice that for ever 2-4 cars there would be these g
uys just sitting down by them talking and stuff. It was cool, just being out in the cool desert hangin
g out and talking. It would be a lot better if they could kill the lights so we also be able to look a
t the stars.
Ever have trouble finding the square of a number? Or 21 x 23?

Well if you have run for your calculator to get the answer I got a new method for you. Found this anesthetist
1284,64575,00.html?tw=wn_tophead_1″>article on Wired abou
t Vedic Math which is an ancient
Indian mnemonic method of sutras to help your do some hard math very simply.

And it works I am quite impressed with how easy and simple it is. Already have some memorized so I can
use. Like this one
on how to do 21 x 23 in 3 easy steps.

And here are some other tutorials and examples of it in action:
VedicMaths.org
Hinduism.co.za
About.com
I decided to try out a little experiment to see how the male compares to the female one. Yes you read
it right. I am going to be using female deodorant.

They have always created this barrier that there is one for each of the sexes. But they are armpits! The human physiology can not be that much different between males and female that we sweat differently there.

For females I decided on Secret because its “strong enough for a man but pH balanced for a woman”. And the men is Gillette cause its “the best a man can get”.

I will be doing it for a week, this site testing Gillette on the left armpit, more about and Secret on the right. Will discuss how the sweating was, there residual and which one was dryer in general.

UpdateWell after my research I found out that a women targeted deodorant will last longer in a day compared to a mens one. But if you are the gym, the men’s deodorant will keep you dryer. So if you want something to last all day, then go for the womens, if you want something for the gym, or areas where you will be sweating a lot, then go for the mens.
I was talking to someone earlier about gyms and told her I was doing Spinning Class. She didn’t get til I showed her that site, pilule but she thought it was like when you
were kid holding hands and spnning around in a cirlcle.

Thats where it came to me, buy cialis making a gym for adults based on toys and games we played when we were kids
.

I used to have fun with those kids games, they were so simple and you had to communicate and play with
other kids. We used to play catch when I was in elementary school during lunch time running around tr
y to avoid being caught or to catch some one. Then you had dodge ball that was always a great game kep
t you quick on your feet. Another great one was the wheel thingie. Where you would get in and someone
fast would hold on to the railing and run spinning you faster and faster and you just tried to hold on
for dear life so you dont get throw off.

There were also trampolines, and slides and swings and see-saws. You could have fun on those things fo
r hours and days cause they were so simple and fun!

Those were the days..

I’d love to go to a gym where thats all we would do. It would be a great work out and fun as well. Do
a warm up on the trampoline for 10 minutes then go join the game of catch or dodge ball for about an h
our. Then go to the swing for 20 minutes of cool down.

That would be such a great work out, got your cardio, and some toning all in 1 hour and 30 minutes and
it would be FUN!

We so need an adult kids gym.
I hate the Arabic keyboard, shop its horrible keys are placed weirdly just look where the ذ is. Why i
s all the way it is near the 1? Then you have all these akward finger movements. The person who design
ed the keyboard should be tied to a chair and keyboard be and forced to use their own creation.

Luckily there is a salvation!

The ASDF Arabic Keyboard. This thing is a
maizng and has really simplified my arabic typing. I can now spell my name in arabic in 5 seconds inst
ead of the previous 5 minutes.

The way he did it is by having the arabic letters sound based on the english keyboard. ا=A &#158
7;=S. And the based on shape E=ع. The best thing I love about it is that the symbols ( , viagra order . / ;
‘ ) are placed in the same location as the english ones.

kbdarab.gif

So if you hate the Arabic keyboard laybout I highly recommend getting the ASDF Arabic layout your eyes
and fingers will apperciate it.
I hate the Arabic keyboard, shop its horrible keys are placed weirdly just look where the ذ is. Why i
s all the way it is near the 1? Then you have all these akward finger movements. The person who design
ed the keyboard should be tied to a chair and keyboard be and forced to use their own creation.

Luckily there is a salvation!

The ASDF Arabic Keyboard. This thing is a
maizng and has really simplified my arabic typing. I can now spell my name in arabic in 5 seconds inst
ead of the previous 5 minutes.

The way he did it is by having the arabic letters sound based on the english keyboard. ا=A &#158
7;=S. And the based on shape E=ع. The best thing I love about it is that the symbols ( , viagra order . / ;
‘ ) are placed in the same location as the english ones.

kbdarab.gif

So if you hate the Arabic keyboard laybout I highly recommend getting the ASDF Arabic layout your eyes
and fingers will apperciate it.
I love my address book, find
I try to keep everyones address and phone number and any additional details in it. Its a great directory for when I travel or someone needs a number. I even have groups on my phone concerning family, friends, business, information etc so I can find them quickly and easily.

Yet I have one issue its all very linear. I would like an address book where I can link contacts together. Such a link stating that Jack is the Brother of Jill. Then I can expand on that By grouping Jack and Jill under their family name of Jones. Then I can connect Jill to her boyfriend John. etc.

So When I look at Jills contact I know that she is the brother of Jack, and the girlfriend of John. Then If I choose to see the Jones family It creates a cirlce with the name Jones and inside it Jack—Jilll. That way to signify that they are related as siblings. If I had their father it would create a family tree for me.

This would also be to show connection within a company. Manager–employee etc. So when I look at the visual I see the who I need to talk to in the ladder.

This would act as my own personal six degress, with me at the center.

With that information I can visually see lines between connections. Then circles around these lines to show groups. That can be changed on the fly to created new groupings, be it family, friends, business, location etc.

Yet this is all my data what if I grouped my data with my friends contact list. It can create a visual connection with missing pieces in a company, friends etc. and expand our information.

Yes this is available in social networks like Orkut, Friendster, Multiply, but those are
net based socail networks. I want something that is personal on my phone or computer that I keep private. I dont want the whole interweb to have my address book and the data inside it.

I guess thats why at the end those socail networks will never really become mainstream they are not private. You publicly share connections, and the truth is you dont know that person who is a friend of your friend. You never had any interaction with them. But in your personel address book you did meet him and have that link for your future refrence.

Just my thoughts on a visually linked address book.
I hate the Arabic keyboard, shop its horrible keys are placed weirdly just look where the ذ is. Why i
s all the way it is near the 1? Then you have all these akward finger movements. The person who design
ed the keyboard should be tied to a chair and keyboard be and forced to use their own creation.

Luckily there is a salvation!

The ASDF Arabic Keyboard. This thing is a
maizng and has really simplified my arabic typing. I can now spell my name in arabic in 5 seconds inst
ead of the previous 5 minutes.

The way he did it is by having the arabic letters sound based on the english keyboard. ا=A &#158
7;=S. And the based on shape E=ع. The best thing I love about it is that the symbols ( , viagra order . / ;
‘ ) are placed in the same location as the english ones.

kbdarab.gif

So if you hate the Arabic keyboard laybout I highly recommend getting the ASDF Arabic layout your eyes
and fingers will apperciate it.
I love my address book, find
I try to keep everyones address and phone number and any additional details in it. Its a great directory for when I travel or someone needs a number. I even have groups on my phone concerning family, friends, business, information etc so I can find them quickly and easily.

Yet I have one issue its all very linear. I would like an address book where I can link contacts together. Such a link stating that Jack is the Brother of Jill. Then I can expand on that By grouping Jack and Jill under their family name of Jones. Then I can connect Jill to her boyfriend John. etc.

So When I look at Jills contact I know that she is the brother of Jack, and the girlfriend of John. Then If I choose to see the Jones family It creates a cirlce with the name Jones and inside it Jack—Jilll. That way to signify that they are related as siblings. If I had their father it would create a family tree for me.

This would also be to show connection within a company. Manager–employee etc. So when I look at the visual I see the who I need to talk to in the ladder.

This would act as my own personal six degress, with me at the center.

With that information I can visually see lines between connections. Then circles around these lines to show groups. That can be changed on the fly to created new groupings, be it family, friends, business, location etc.

Yet this is all my data what if I grouped my data with my friends contact list. It can create a visual connection with missing pieces in a company, friends etc. and expand our information.

Yes this is available in social networks like Orkut, Friendster, Multiply, but those are
net based socail networks. I want something that is personal on my phone or computer that I keep private. I dont want the whole interweb to have my address book and the data inside it.

I guess thats why at the end those socail networks will never really become mainstream they are not private. You publicly share connections, and the truth is you dont know that person who is a friend of your friend. You never had any interaction with them. But in your personel address book you did meet him and have that link for your future refrence.

Just my thoughts on a visually linked address book.
I had lunch in the city today at this “Kuwaiti” place around the corner from Casper and Gambini. Dont
remeber the name, try
actually never even paid attention to the name. The food was good but the service wa
s ok. So you ever want some Kuwaiti food and dont feel like cooking I suggest going there I think they
do delievery or to go.

After that had some coffee at Casper, I tried their Xpress-O-Self that was just amazing hazel nut and
choclate. I suggest taking a sip first then mixing everything together it was good stuff.

I took the beach road home. This drive was great. NOT A SINGLE RED LIGHT. I drove fr
om Casper to Showbiz with not a single red light it was just me the road and some great tunes from the
stereo. Getting all those green lights rarely happens. Last time I recall when the Amir used that roa
d so all the singals were forced green and we drove from Messila all the way to the Old Marriot.

The drive was great. Gave me a chance to see all the status of the new buildings that were popping up.
The beach area of Kuwait is really booming lots of amazing stuff coming up.

There were some I was astonished were being built so fast, I recall when they were just empty lots. Th
en there are ones that stopped existing it was weird seeing the Safir all destroyed. It will be a stra
nge feeling seeing a new hotel being there I remeber when that place when it was the Hilton.

The Diabetes hospital is all built and those buildings infront they said will be the residence for the
doctors. Really pimp place right on the sea front in old Kuwaiti houses.

I am glad we are finally updating our skyline. Dont get me wrong I love our sky line, it is like a his
tory lesson with buildings from each era. I just feel its time to have something from this era to sign
ify new generation of Kuwait. Has to be able to inspire us as give us pride for the future.
I visited a sick relative at the hospital just earleir today and its such a depressing place and this
is after the renovations. Before the windows were so high up you needed a chair to look at the parking
lot. What the hell really, erectile you build this huge hospital on the sea front and where do the windows loo
k out at? You’d expect every paitent room with natural sunlight and a view of the sea. Not in Kuwait y
ou get a view of the parking lot and no natural light at all. I think it was orignally designed as a m
ental institution or something. I wont even talk about those elevators

What really impressed me that Kuwaitiss donated money to have it renovated! The government can’t be he
lp responsible for taken care of that building or the people’s well being. I am not talking about the
doctors and the staff there. They are doing the best they can in those conditions

I been visiting some hospitals this week, epidemic Amiri, Al-Mosat, Al-Rashid and International Clinic. They ar
e all busy and have people attending them, but its intresting to see the difference between the public
and private health care.
People can be so techno dependent at times. I was at the store buying some stuff then the salesman sta
rted using a calculator to add up the quantity that he wrote down ( 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 1) . By the time he
added up to 4, ascariasis I already told him it was 10. He just looked at me sheepishly and told me it would be
10KD.

Are we that dependent on calculators and computers that we can’t do basic tasks without them? I fear f
or our future because if this keeps up; the robots are taking over.
Just watched Shrek 2 earlier tonight, visit this what a great
movie. It was another Disney basher from Dreamworks, pills with a great story with some impressive character
s and computer graphics.

The story for this one is after Fiona and Shrek get married and it is time to visit the in-laws. This
is where we learn more about Fiona’s back story; like how she ended up in the Castle with the dragon a
nd the lies and behind it.

The international cast of John Cleese, side effects Antonia Banderas,
Julie Andrews
and Jennifer Saunders really added
a flare to this movie. Especially Banderas’ Puss In Boot and Saunders’ Fairy Godmother.

Saunders’ also sang some great song on the movie that can be avaible on the soundtrack, w
hich I plan to pick up. It is really superb with the Counting Crows, The Eels , Nick Cave and the Bad
Seeds and many more.

I highly recommend the movie for a night at home with some friends and the soundtrack during the day w
ith them.
I am so excited! Regurgitator one of my all time favorite ba
nds is making a 5th album, public health but they plan to do it inside a plastic bubble. These guys are amazing I pi
cked up their CD when I was in Australia a while back and so glad I did. I’ve gotten some fond memorie
s of songs like “I want to be a Nudist”, “Polyester Girl”, and “I like Repetitive Music” and their uno
fficial Sydney 2000 Olympic anthem “Crush the Losers”.

I will definitely be checking out their live webcast from August 31 to September 21 to see what they a
re creating.

[Boing Boing]
With the elections coming up and the varied news sources and content that is out there it would be tough to keep track of everything as well as the World Cup. So this blog should make it easier to keep track of election coverage, ailment
and offer some commentary on what is going on.

It is an open registration so that everyone can input links, pictures, and their own commentary.
With the Kuwait election going on I felt it would be great to have a blog that would serve as a directory of news sources (blogs, look articles, illness
stats) as well provide orignal content for the elections.

How you can contribute:

Write a post about the elections on your blog, make a link for it as a post.

Find a great article, write about it and link to it.

Took some pictures tag them with kuwaitvote2006 so they can appear on the banner.
Kuwait Times have an article on Election costs detailing the amount pepole will pay for elections such as the tents and hospitality can cost candidates anywhere from KD 27, recipe cure 900 to KD 61, illness 500. Then for the advertising in news papers and other media it can range from KD 60,000 KD to even 100,000.
Welcome to WordPress. This is the first post!.

I have moved to WordPress, online
Movable Type has been annoing me lately and with a new year it is time for a change.

I have imported all of my old posts, medical
but they are some problems in them in terms of links and spaces, sales
but overall they are readable. I have made a backup of my old blog located here http://www.kuwaitblogs.com/users/nibaq.mt/

I am sure the search engines will like that.

Expect some more random changes as I tweak all of this, style and adding links and stuff.
With the elections coming up and the varied news sources and content that is out there it would be tough to keep track of everything as well as the World Cup. So this blog should make it easier to keep track of election coverage, ailment
and offer some commentary on what is going on.

It is an open registration so that everyone can input links, pictures, and their own commentary.
With the Kuwait election going on I felt it would be great to have a blog that would serve as a directory of news sources (blogs, look articles, illness
stats) as well provide orignal content for the elections.

How you can contribute:

Write a post about the elections on your blog, make a link for it as a post.

Find a great article, write about it and link to it.

Took some pictures tag them with kuwaitvote2006 so they can appear on the banner.
Kuwait Times have an article on Election costs detailing the amount pepole will pay for elections such as the tents and hospitality can cost candidates anywhere from KD 27, recipe cure 900 to KD 61, illness 500. Then for the advertising in news papers and other media it can range from KD 60,000 KD to even 100,000.
Welcome to WordPress. This is the first post!.

I have moved to WordPress, online
Movable Type has been annoing me lately and with a new year it is time for a change.

I have imported all of my old posts, medical
but they are some problems in them in terms of links and spaces, sales
but overall they are readable. I have made a backup of my old blog located here http://www.kuwaitblogs.com/users/nibaq.mt/

I am sure the search engines will like that.

Expect some more random changes as I tweak all of this, style and adding links and stuff.
So after setting up Kuwaitblogs.com, approved
thought to myself I dont have a blog. So here is mine.
HKWK has this post
on democracy and how it is just crap in Kuwait.

But we are not a democracy. When you
have hand full of men voting for the rest of the population, phthisiatrician that is not a majority.

But even then the majority doesn’t know whats good for them most of the time. They will look out for t
heir best interests.

Yet having a majority rule is the least of our problems. In the last election my father an I were talk
ing to our neighbor infront of the election center (the elementry school) and asked who he voted for.
He mentioned a guy that is known to be a cheater, sale and a theif. He has no qualifications in terms of pu
blic service. So my father asked him why? He said basicly “wasta”. Our neighbor was hoping with this g
uy being elected he will get some wasta for his children and stuff.

“Wasta” is what really killing Kuwait. We need to eliminate this concept from our society. Government
officials are getting elected because of wasta; criminals are let out on jail because of it.

So how can we have a democracy when there is no equality in this country? It has come to the point whe
re your just as strong as how many wastas you have.
. I love watches, order even though I
haven’t worn one since Feb. but this collection is just amazing. It captures some of the modern desig
ns that people were coming up with in the 50-70s with the new technology in the clock work and the pro
duction. Link
Looks like Nokia is trying to cash in with the moblog thing. But t
his new thing called hepatitis ,54628,00.html”>Lifeblog is a program t
hat you can use to capture and collects pictures, movies and messagse and organizes in chornological o
rder so you can upload and access it later. But it doesn’t save it on the internet, seems when the mem
ory is full on your phone you can just upload it on your PC.
French blogger Philippe De Jonckeere has been on a quest
to send racy porn pictures in translucent envelopes, artificial then send them via normal US mail in Chicago.
Link (Contains Nudity) [via Boing Boing
]

I wonder what would happen if you did this to Kuwait’s amazing mail service. I am sure it would turn t
he post service to chaos.
We watched Super Size Me tonight, pharm to prepare for it
we went to McDonalds and all got a superzie meal.
I ate Quater Pounder Meal (Supersized) , prosthetic and a Smarties McFlurry.
I figured make my last meal a memorable one…

If you are not familair with this movie, visit Morgan decides to see what happens if he at McDonalds for a w
hole month eating 3 meals a day from them. He can only eat and drink only what they sell over the coun
ter.

So your taken on a journey though this ordeal. At first he enjoys it the sugar rush and just that “hig
h” feeling after eating a whole meal filled with sugar and fat. Yet with any “high” it becomes addicti
ng and effecting his bodys functions.

He took a complete physical before he started this mission, but by the first week he has gained 5kg (1
0lbs) in just 1 week, his liver was becoming toxic cholestorl and blood pressure was rising.

His doctors and crew are stunned by this huge increase. They were expecint the weight gain, but what w
as happening inside his body was the real shocker. Seems all that fat and sugar he was eating was dama
ging his liver, kidneys and other body parts. As they stated it, it was like he was “pickling his live
r”, and begging him to stop.

You have to consider one thing, he took it to the extreme. He was eating McDonalds 3 times a day, accu
milating 5000 calories a day. Where your average balane calorie count should be around 2000. He also d
idn’t excersice, he wanted to copy the standard American who does not walk more than 1-2 miles.

Yet one thing that kept coming up while watching this movie, wasn’t what he was saying, but what my fr
iends and I were. We kept saying “hey just like Kuwait”.

For in Kuwait we dont walk anywhere I am sure if people registered how much an average Kuwaiti walks i
t would be less than 1 mile. We are sadly a lazy people. We blame the heat when we can’t go out, we sa
y there is nothing to do except goto restaurants. Then when we do go out to do something we just sit d
own there idly for hours.

You may not notice this much with adults, but take a look at the children. They are FAT munching down
hamburgers, and sitting down playing computer games. The concept of going out and actually enjoying th
e outside is something foriegn to them.

This is killing us. We are the highest per capita in terms of diabetes, espeically with children; and
heart problem with adults.

This needs to change. We need to get of our asses and do something. They say just a baisc 20 minute wa
lk everyday is one of the best things you can do to your body. I know one thing I plan to do is get my
cousins to eat a bit healthier cause every little bit counts when they are young.
Extreme Democracy a collection of essays and thoughts a
bout how technology is changing how we communicate and it is affecting the way democracy works.

“Extreme democracy” is a political philosophy of the information era that puts people in charge of the entire political process. It suggests a deliberative process that places total confidence in the people, caries opening the policy-making process to many centers of power through deeply networked coalitions that can be organized around local, ailment national and international issues.

I am really fascinated by it and actually printing this all out. With the formation of these blogs around Kuwait and the people expressing their opinions and feelings.

We the Kuwait bloggers are forming a network. Slowly but surely we are in the avenue of change. It won’t be a revolution where people are fighting it out in the streets but an evolution. Where everyone will be informed and aware then acting.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years), price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years), price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
Seems Kellogs is join McDonalds in making a healthier product
for kids. They are ask 2763, food
1282245,00.html?=rss”>going t
o lower the sugar in Frosted Flakes.

I had many good times as a kid with Tony. I would eat it out the box no milk or anything just munch th
e stuff down. It was soo good, I would literaly be boucning of the walls with a sugar high. I was a v
ery skinny kid.

So after watching Super Size Me< /a> and how kids are becoming overweight. It occured to me what we really need to do is feed these kid
s pure sugar. Lower the fat, but just have them bouncing of the walls. They are getting a work out, an
d losing weight at the same time by actually burning the calories they intake instead of just watching
TV or playing video games.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years),
price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
Seems Kellogs is join McDonalds in making a healthier product
for kids. They are ask 2763, food
1282245,00.html?=rss”>going t
o lower the sugar in Frosted Flakes.

I had many good times as a kid with Tony. I would eat it out the box no milk or anything just munch th
e stuff down. It was soo good, I would literaly be boucning of the walls with a sugar high. I was a v
ery skinny kid.

So after watching Super Size Me< /a> and how kids are becoming overweight. It occured to me what we really need to do is feed these kid
s pure sugar. Lower the fat, but just have them bouncing of the walls. They are getting a work out, an
d losing weight at the same time by actually burning the calories they intake instead of just watching
TV or playing video games.
Just got home from a super long road trip. Drove from Kuwait to Saudi and back to Kuwait all the say t
o Salmi. That is a total of 1500km I started driving around 9am got home at 2am,
ask and had about 3-4 hou
rs of not driving time. So you do that math.

It was an ok trip. I really hate Saudi roads, they are the worst I ever seen. The road from Kuwait to
Jabiel is just 2 lanes. Not 2 lanes each way, but 1 lane each way. So imagine this road with pot holes
, trailers going 60-80km hours and trying to time the distance of the cars on the other side so you ca
n plan the overtake the car infront of you.

Now try doing that at night, where the cars come have their high beams on.

One thing thought that I have a love hate relationship with is the lights. They dont have any lights o
n their roads, so at night its nice and extra dark, but that also reduces the light polution. So you c
an be driving on the road and just look up and see all these stars.

It is really amazing just seeing all those stars. I still recall driving through South Dakota, and jus
t stopping my car in the middle of the Bad Lands a couple hours past Wall Drug, and just looking at th
e stars.

Oh those stars they were so amazing. Laying down on the hood staring up at them. Ussualy when you look
up you see empty black spaces, but there were no black spots just stars. Dim ones bright ones, all so
rts of them. It was like I was in another world. I was even talking to someone at that time and she sa
id the same thing, as if the signal was bouncing from space.

When I was in Saudi I stopped at a “coffee shop” aka “ma3ha”. What a depressing place, I went in and i
t was dark, they had these big blue velve shares all around and tvs in each corner. They were 5-9 peop
le smoking sheesha there. It was a real weird feeling. In Kuwait those places are open bright and have
thes bench style chairs so you can lie down and talk to the people around you. The ones in Saudi was
just dark and gloomy, reminds me of an opium den; where people go to get away from life and the outsid
e world. If thats how all or most of them are I really feel bad for the youth of Saudi.

This is different from even the kids I saw when driving to Salmi. So I am driving and see all these ca
rs parked on teh side and thinking “wtf” and then notice that for ever 2-4 cars there would be these g
uys just sitting down by them talking and stuff. It was cool, just being out in the cool desert hangin
g out and talking. It would be a lot better if they could kill the lights so we also be able to look a
t the stars.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years), price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
Seems Kellogs is join McDonalds in making a healthier product
for kids. They are ask 2763, food
1282245,00.html?=rss”>going t
o lower the sugar in Frosted Flakes.

I had many good times as a kid with Tony. I would eat it out the box no milk or anything just munch th
e stuff down. It was soo good, I would literaly be boucning of the walls with a sugar high. I was a v
ery skinny kid.

So after watching Super Size Me< /a> and how kids are becoming overweight. It occured to me what we really need to do is feed these kid
s pure sugar. Lower the fat, but just have them bouncing of the walls. They are getting a work out, an
d losing weight at the same time by actually burning the calories they intake instead of just watching
TV or playing video games.
Just got home from a super long road trip. Drove from Kuwait to Saudi and back to Kuwait all the say t
o Salmi. That is a total of 1500km I started driving around 9am got home at 2am,
ask and had about 3-4 hou
rs of not driving time. So you do that math.

It was an ok trip. I really hate Saudi roads, they are the worst I ever seen. The road from Kuwait to
Jabiel is just 2 lanes. Not 2 lanes each way, but 1 lane each way. So imagine this road with pot holes
, trailers going 60-80km hours and trying to time the distance of the cars on the other side so you ca
n plan the overtake the car infront of you.

Now try doing that at night, where the cars come have their high beams on.

One thing thought that I have a love hate relationship with is the lights. They dont have any lights o
n their roads, so at night its nice and extra dark, but that also reduces the light polution. So you c
an be driving on the road and just look up and see all these stars.

It is really amazing just seeing all those stars. I still recall driving through South Dakota, and jus
t stopping my car in the middle of the Bad Lands a couple hours past Wall Drug, and just looking at th
e stars.

Oh those stars they were so amazing. Laying down on the hood staring up at them. Ussualy when you look
up you see empty black spaces, but there were no black spots just stars. Dim ones bright ones, all so
rts of them. It was like I was in another world. I was even talking to someone at that time and she sa
id the same thing, as if the signal was bouncing from space.

When I was in Saudi I stopped at a “coffee shop” aka “ma3ha”. What a depressing place, I went in and i
t was dark, they had these big blue velve shares all around and tvs in each corner. They were 5-9 peop
le smoking sheesha there. It was a real weird feeling. In Kuwait those places are open bright and have
thes bench style chairs so you can lie down and talk to the people around you. The ones in Saudi was
just dark and gloomy, reminds me of an opium den; where people go to get away from life and the outsid
e world. If thats how all or most of them are I really feel bad for the youth of Saudi.

This is different from even the kids I saw when driving to Salmi. So I am driving and see all these ca
rs parked on teh side and thinking “wtf” and then notice that for ever 2-4 cars there would be these g
uys just sitting down by them talking and stuff. It was cool, just being out in the cool desert hangin
g out and talking. It would be a lot better if they could kill the lights so we also be able to look a
t the stars.
Ever have trouble finding the square of a number? Or 21 x 23?

Well if you have run for your calculator to get the answer I got a new method for you. Found this anesthetist
1284,64575,00.html?tw=wn_tophead_1″>article on Wired abou
t Vedic Math which is an ancient
Indian mnemonic method of sutras to help your do some hard math very simply.

And it works I am quite impressed with how easy and simple it is. Already have some memorized so I can
use. Like this one
on how to do 21 x 23 in 3 easy steps.

And here are some other tutorials and examples of it in action:
VedicMaths.org
Hinduism.co.za
About.com
I decided to try out a little experiment to see how the male compares to the female one. Yes you read
it right. I am going to be using female deodorant.

They have always created this barrier that there is one for each of the sexes. But they are armpits! The human physiology can not be that much different between males and female that we sweat differently there.

For females I decided on Secret because its “strong enough for a man but pH balanced for a woman”. And the men is Gillette cause its “the best a man can get”.

I will be doing it for a week, this site testing Gillette on the left armpit, more about and Secret on the right. Will discuss how the sweating was, there residual and which one was dryer in general.

UpdateWell after my research I found out that a women targeted deodorant will last longer in a day compared to a mens one. But if you are the gym, the men’s deodorant will keep you dryer. So if you want something to last all day, then go for the womens, if you want something for the gym, or areas where you will be sweating a lot, then go for the mens.
I was talking to someone earlier about gyms and told her I was doing Spinning Class. She didn’t get til I showed her that site, pilule but she thought it was like when you
were kid holding hands and spnning around in a cirlcle.

Thats where it came to me, buy cialis making a gym for adults based on toys and games we played when we were kids
.

I used to have fun with those kids games, they were so simple and you had to communicate and play with
other kids. We used to play catch when I was in elementary school during lunch time running around tr
y to avoid being caught or to catch some one. Then you had dodge ball that was always a great game kep
t you quick on your feet. Another great one was the wheel thingie. Where you would get in and someone
fast would hold on to the railing and run spinning you faster and faster and you just tried to hold on
for dear life so you dont get throw off.

There were also trampolines, and slides and swings and see-saws. You could have fun on those things fo
r hours and days cause they were so simple and fun!

Those were the days..

I’d love to go to a gym where thats all we would do. It would be a great work out and fun as well. Do
a warm up on the trampoline for 10 minutes then go join the game of catch or dodge ball for about an h
our. Then go to the swing for 20 minutes of cool down.

That would be such a great work out, got your cardio, and some toning all in 1 hour and 30 minutes and
it would be FUN!

We so need an adult kids gym.
I hate the Arabic keyboard, shop its horrible keys are placed weirdly just look where the ذ is. Why i
s all the way it is near the 1? Then you have all these akward finger movements. The person who design
ed the keyboard should be tied to a chair and keyboard be and forced to use their own creation.

Luckily there is a salvation!

The ASDF Arabic Keyboard. This thing is a
maizng and has really simplified my arabic typing. I can now spell my name in arabic in 5 seconds inst
ead of the previous 5 minutes.

The way he did it is by having the arabic letters sound based on the english keyboard. ا=A &#158
7;=S. And the based on shape E=ع. The best thing I love about it is that the symbols ( , viagra order . / ;
‘ ) are placed in the same location as the english ones.

kbdarab.gif

So if you hate the Arabic keyboard laybout I highly recommend getting the ASDF Arabic layout your eyes
and fingers will apperciate it.
I hate the Arabic keyboard, shop its horrible keys are placed weirdly just look where the ذ is. Why i
s all the way it is near the 1? Then you have all these akward finger movements. The person who design
ed the keyboard should be tied to a chair and keyboard be and forced to use their own creation.

Luckily there is a salvation!

The ASDF Arabic Keyboard. This thing is a
maizng and has really simplified my arabic typing. I can now spell my name in arabic in 5 seconds inst
ead of the previous 5 minutes.

The way he did it is by having the arabic letters sound based on the english keyboard. ا=A &#158
7;=S. And the based on shape E=ع. The best thing I love about it is that the symbols ( , viagra order . / ;
‘ ) are placed in the same location as the english ones.

kbdarab.gif

So if you hate the Arabic keyboard laybout I highly recommend getting the ASDF Arabic layout your eyes
and fingers will apperciate it.
I love my address book, find
I try to keep everyones address and phone number and any additional details in it. Its a great directory for when I travel or someone needs a number. I even have groups on my phone concerning family, friends, business, information etc so I can find them quickly and easily.

Yet I have one issue its all very linear. I would like an address book where I can link contacts together. Such a link stating that Jack is the Brother of Jill. Then I can expand on that By grouping Jack and Jill under their family name of Jones. Then I can connect Jill to her boyfriend John. etc.

So When I look at Jills contact I know that she is the brother of Jack, and the girlfriend of John. Then If I choose to see the Jones family It creates a cirlce with the name Jones and inside it Jack—Jilll. That way to signify that they are related as siblings. If I had their father it would create a family tree for me.

This would also be to show connection within a company. Manager–employee etc. So when I look at the visual I see the who I need to talk to in the ladder.

This would act as my own personal six degress, with me at the center.

With that information I can visually see lines between connections. Then circles around these lines to show groups. That can be changed on the fly to created new groupings, be it family, friends, business, location etc.

Yet this is all my data what if I grouped my data with my friends contact list. It can create a visual connection with missing pieces in a company, friends etc. and expand our information.

Yes this is available in social networks like Orkut, Friendster, Multiply, but those are
net based socail networks. I want something that is personal on my phone or computer that I keep private. I dont want the whole interweb to have my address book and the data inside it.

I guess thats why at the end those socail networks will never really become mainstream they are not private. You publicly share connections, and the truth is you dont know that person who is a friend of your friend. You never had any interaction with them. But in your personel address book you did meet him and have that link for your future refrence.

Just my thoughts on a visually linked address book.
I hate the Arabic keyboard, shop its horrible keys are placed weirdly just look where the ذ is. Why i
s all the way it is near the 1? Then you have all these akward finger movements. The person who design
ed the keyboard should be tied to a chair and keyboard be and forced to use their own creation.

Luckily there is a salvation!

The ASDF Arabic Keyboard. This thing is a
maizng and has really simplified my arabic typing. I can now spell my name in arabic in 5 seconds inst
ead of the previous 5 minutes.

The way he did it is by having the arabic letters sound based on the english keyboard. ا=A &#158
7;=S. And the based on shape E=ع. The best thing I love about it is that the symbols ( , viagra order . / ;
‘ ) are placed in the same location as the english ones.

kbdarab.gif

So if you hate the Arabic keyboard laybout I highly recommend getting the ASDF Arabic layout your eyes
and fingers will apperciate it.
I love my address book, find
I try to keep everyones address and phone number and any additional details in it. Its a great directory for when I travel or someone needs a number. I even have groups on my phone concerning family, friends, business, information etc so I can find them quickly and easily.

Yet I have one issue its all very linear. I would like an address book where I can link contacts together. Such a link stating that Jack is the Brother of Jill. Then I can expand on that By grouping Jack and Jill under their family name of Jones. Then I can connect Jill to her boyfriend John. etc.

So When I look at Jills contact I know that she is the brother of Jack, and the girlfriend of John. Then If I choose to see the Jones family It creates a cirlce with the name Jones and inside it Jack—Jilll. That way to signify that they are related as siblings. If I had their father it would create a family tree for me.

This would also be to show connection within a company. Manager–employee etc. So when I look at the visual I see the who I need to talk to in the ladder.

This would act as my own personal six degress, with me at the center.

With that information I can visually see lines between connections. Then circles around these lines to show groups. That can be changed on the fly to created new groupings, be it family, friends, business, location etc.

Yet this is all my data what if I grouped my data with my friends contact list. It can create a visual connection with missing pieces in a company, friends etc. and expand our information.

Yes this is available in social networks like Orkut, Friendster, Multiply, but those are
net based socail networks. I want something that is personal on my phone or computer that I keep private. I dont want the whole interweb to have my address book and the data inside it.

I guess thats why at the end those socail networks will never really become mainstream they are not private. You publicly share connections, and the truth is you dont know that person who is a friend of your friend. You never had any interaction with them. But in your personel address book you did meet him and have that link for your future refrence.

Just my thoughts on a visually linked address book.
I had lunch in the city today at this “Kuwaiti” place around the corner from Casper and Gambini. Dont
remeber the name, try
actually never even paid attention to the name. The food was good but the service wa
s ok. So you ever want some Kuwaiti food and dont feel like cooking I suggest going there I think they
do delievery or to go.

After that had some coffee at Casper, I tried their Xpress-O-Self that was just amazing hazel nut and
choclate. I suggest taking a sip first then mixing everything together it was good stuff.

I took the beach road home. This drive was great. NOT A SINGLE RED LIGHT. I drove fr
om Casper to Showbiz with not a single red light it was just me the road and some great tunes from the
stereo. Getting all those green lights rarely happens. Last time I recall when the Amir used that roa
d so all the singals were forced green and we drove from Messila all the way to the Old Marriot.

The drive was great. Gave me a chance to see all the status of the new buildings that were popping up.
The beach area of Kuwait is really booming lots of amazing stuff coming up.

There were some I was astonished were being built so fast, I recall when they were just empty lots. Th
en there are ones that stopped existing it was weird seeing the Safir all destroyed. It will be a stra
nge feeling seeing a new hotel being there I remeber when that place when it was the Hilton.

The Diabetes hospital is all built and those buildings infront they said will be the residence for the
doctors. Really pimp place right on the sea front in old Kuwaiti houses.

I am glad we are finally updating our skyline. Dont get me wrong I love our sky line, it is like a his
tory lesson with buildings from each era. I just feel its time to have something from this era to sign
ify new generation of Kuwait. Has to be able to inspire us as give us pride for the future.
I visited a sick relative at the hospital just earleir today and its such a depressing place and this
is after the renovations. Before the windows were so high up you needed a chair to look at the parking
lot. What the hell really, erectile you build this huge hospital on the sea front and where do the windows loo
k out at? You’d expect every paitent room with natural sunlight and a view of the sea. Not in Kuwait y
ou get a view of the parking lot and no natural light at all. I think it was orignally designed as a m
ental institution or something. I wont even talk about those elevators

What really impressed me that Kuwaitiss donated money to have it renovated! The government can’t be he
lp responsible for taken care of that building or the people’s well being. I am not talking about the
doctors and the staff there. They are doing the best they can in those conditions

I been visiting some hospitals this week, epidemic Amiri, Al-Mosat, Al-Rashid and International Clinic. They ar
e all busy and have people attending them, but its intresting to see the difference between the public
and private health care.
People can be so techno dependent at times. I was at the store buying some stuff then the salesman sta
rted using a calculator to add up the quantity that he wrote down ( 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 1) . By the time he
added up to 4, ascariasis I already told him it was 10. He just looked at me sheepishly and told me it would be
10KD.

Are we that dependent on calculators and computers that we can’t do basic tasks without them? I fear f
or our future because if this keeps up; the robots are taking over.
Just watched Shrek 2 earlier tonight, visit this what a great
movie. It was another Disney basher from Dreamworks, pills with a great story with some impressive character
s and computer graphics.

The story for this one is after Fiona and Shrek get married and it is time to visit the in-laws. This
is where we learn more about Fiona’s back story; like how she ended up in the Castle with the dragon a
nd the lies and behind it.

The international cast of John Cleese, side effects Antonia Banderas,
Julie Andrews
and Jennifer Saunders really added
a flare to this movie. Especially Banderas’ Puss In Boot and Saunders’ Fairy Godmother.

Saunders’ also sang some great song on the movie that can be avaible on the soundtrack, w
hich I plan to pick up. It is really superb with the Counting Crows, The Eels , Nick Cave and the Bad
Seeds and many more.

I highly recommend the movie for a night at home with some friends and the soundtrack during the day w
ith them.
I am so excited! Regurgitator one of my all time favorite ba
nds is making a 5th album, public health but they plan to do it inside a plastic bubble. These guys are amazing I pi
cked up their CD when I was in Australia a while back and so glad I did. I’ve gotten some fond memorie
s of songs like “I want to be a Nudist”, “Polyester Girl”, and “I like Repetitive Music” and their uno
fficial Sydney 2000 Olympic anthem “Crush the Losers”.

I will definitely be checking out their live webcast from August 31 to September 21 to see what they a
re creating.

[Boing Boing]
I am so excited! Regurgitator one of my all time favorite ba
nds is making a 5th album, public health but they plan to do it inside a plastic bubble. These guys are amazing I pi
cked up their CD when I was in Australia a while back and so glad I did. I’ve gotten some fond memorie
s of songs like “I want to be a Nudist”, “Polyester Girl”, and “I like Repetitive Music” and their uno
fficial Sydney 2000 Olympic anthem “Crush the Losers”.

I will definitely be checking out their live webcast from August 31 to September 21 to see what they a
re creating.

[Boing Boing]
There is no real way to categorize Bjork. Bjork sounds like Bjork, population health
and this album is a Bjork album, bu
t it feels like she has gotten older. Her past albums seem like she was trying to experiment and chall
enge herself in terms of what can she do with the music and ways to convey her emotions. Medulla sound
s more centered that she had a set goal when she started and more confident of herself and abilities.

What you notice first is the vocals, lots and lots of vocals. It is as if she is going back to the roo
ts of music by keeping it very pure. They are no instruments, it is all done vocally, even the beats a
nd rhythm are done by a human beat box. It is pretty impressive getting all those vocals and then havi
ng it all mixed and produced.

This album is a background album, for you to lay back at home and just have it blaring as you do other
things, or just lay back and think about your life. It is not made for driving or entertaining friend
s. This album can go both ways. Sometimes I hate it, and other times I really enjoy it, but most of th
e time I am confused about it.
With the elections coming up and the varied news sources and content that is out there it would be tough to keep track of everything as well as the World Cup. So this blog should make it easier to keep track of election coverage, ailment
and offer some commentary on what is going on.

It is an open registration so that everyone can input links, pictures, and their own commentary.
With the Kuwait election going on I felt it would be great to have a blog that would serve as a directory of news sources (blogs, look articles, illness
stats) as well provide orignal content for the elections.

How you can contribute:

Write a post about the elections on your blog, make a link for it as a post.

Find a great article, write about it and link to it.

Took some pictures tag them with kuwaitvote2006 so they can appear on the banner.
Kuwait Times have an article on Election costs detailing the amount pepole will pay for elections such as the tents and hospitality can cost candidates anywhere from KD 27, recipe cure 900 to KD 61, illness 500. Then for the advertising in news papers and other media it can range from KD 60,000 KD to even 100,000.
Welcome to WordPress. This is the first post!.

I have moved to WordPress, online
Movable Type has been annoing me lately and with a new year it is time for a change.

I have imported all of my old posts, medical
but they are some problems in them in terms of links and spaces, sales
but overall they are readable. I have made a backup of my old blog located here http://www.kuwaitblogs.com/users/nibaq.mt/

I am sure the search engines will like that.

Expect some more random changes as I tweak all of this, style and adding links and stuff.
With the elections coming up and the varied news sources and content that is out there it would be tough to keep track of everything as well as the World Cup. So this blog should make it easier to keep track of election coverage, ailment
and offer some commentary on what is going on.

It is an open registration so that everyone can input links, pictures, and their own commentary.
With the Kuwait election going on I felt it would be great to have a blog that would serve as a directory of news sources (blogs, look articles, illness
stats) as well provide orignal content for the elections.

How you can contribute:

Write a post about the elections on your blog, make a link for it as a post.

Find a great article, write about it and link to it.

Took some pictures tag them with kuwaitvote2006 so they can appear on the banner.
Kuwait Times have an article on Election costs detailing the amount pepole will pay for elections such as the tents and hospitality can cost candidates anywhere from KD 27, recipe cure 900 to KD 61, illness 500. Then for the advertising in news papers and other media it can range from KD 60,000 KD to even 100,000.
Welcome to WordPress. This is the first post!.

I have moved to WordPress, online
Movable Type has been annoing me lately and with a new year it is time for a change.

I have imported all of my old posts, medical
but they are some problems in them in terms of links and spaces, sales
but overall they are readable. I have made a backup of my old blog located here http://www.kuwaitblogs.com/users/nibaq.mt/

I am sure the search engines will like that.

Expect some more random changes as I tweak all of this, style and adding links and stuff.
So after setting up Kuwaitblogs.com, approved
thought to myself I dont have a blog. So here is mine.
HKWK has this post
on democracy and how it is just crap in Kuwait.

But we are not a democracy. When you
have hand full of men voting for the rest of the population, phthisiatrician that is not a majority.

But even then the majority doesn’t know whats good for them most of the time. They will look out for t
heir best interests.

Yet having a majority rule is the least of our problems. In the last election my father an I were talk
ing to our neighbor infront of the election center (the elementry school) and asked who he voted for.
He mentioned a guy that is known to be a cheater, sale and a theif. He has no qualifications in terms of pu
blic service. So my father asked him why? He said basicly “wasta”. Our neighbor was hoping with this g
uy being elected he will get some wasta for his children and stuff.

“Wasta” is what really killing Kuwait. We need to eliminate this concept from our society. Government
officials are getting elected because of wasta; criminals are let out on jail because of it.

So how can we have a democracy when there is no equality in this country? It has come to the point whe
re your just as strong as how many wastas you have.
. I love watches, order even though I
haven’t worn one since Feb. but this collection is just amazing. It captures some of the modern desig
ns that people were coming up with in the 50-70s with the new technology in the clock work and the pro
duction. Link
Looks like Nokia is trying to cash in with the moblog thing. But t
his new thing called hepatitis ,54628,00.html”>Lifeblog is a program t
hat you can use to capture and collects pictures, movies and messagse and organizes in chornological o
rder so you can upload and access it later. But it doesn’t save it on the internet, seems when the mem
ory is full on your phone you can just upload it on your PC.
French blogger Philippe De Jonckeere has been on a quest
to send racy porn pictures in translucent envelopes, artificial then send them via normal US mail in Chicago.
Link (Contains Nudity) [via Boing Boing
]

I wonder what would happen if you did this to Kuwait’s amazing mail service. I am sure it would turn t
he post service to chaos.
We watched Super Size Me tonight, pharm to prepare for it
we went to McDonalds and all got a superzie meal.
I ate Quater Pounder Meal (Supersized) , prosthetic and a Smarties McFlurry.
I figured make my last meal a memorable one…

If you are not familair with this movie, visit Morgan decides to see what happens if he at McDonalds for a w
hole month eating 3 meals a day from them. He can only eat and drink only what they sell over the coun
ter.

So your taken on a journey though this ordeal. At first he enjoys it the sugar rush and just that “hig
h” feeling after eating a whole meal filled with sugar and fat. Yet with any “high” it becomes addicti
ng and effecting his bodys functions.

He took a complete physical before he started this mission, but by the first week he has gained 5kg (1
0lbs) in just 1 week, his liver was becoming toxic cholestorl and blood pressure was rising.

His doctors and crew are stunned by this huge increase. They were expecint the weight gain, but what w
as happening inside his body was the real shocker. Seems all that fat and sugar he was eating was dama
ging his liver, kidneys and other body parts. As they stated it, it was like he was “pickling his live
r”, and begging him to stop.

You have to consider one thing, he took it to the extreme. He was eating McDonalds 3 times a day, accu
milating 5000 calories a day. Where your average balane calorie count should be around 2000. He also d
idn’t excersice, he wanted to copy the standard American who does not walk more than 1-2 miles.

Yet one thing that kept coming up while watching this movie, wasn’t what he was saying, but what my fr
iends and I were. We kept saying “hey just like Kuwait”.

For in Kuwait we dont walk anywhere I am sure if people registered how much an average Kuwaiti walks i
t would be less than 1 mile. We are sadly a lazy people. We blame the heat when we can’t go out, we sa
y there is nothing to do except goto restaurants. Then when we do go out to do something we just sit d
own there idly for hours.

You may not notice this much with adults, but take a look at the children. They are FAT munching down
hamburgers, and sitting down playing computer games. The concept of going out and actually enjoying th
e outside is something foriegn to them.

This is killing us. We are the highest per capita in terms of diabetes, espeically with children; and
heart problem with adults.

This needs to change. We need to get of our asses and do something. They say just a baisc 20 minute wa
lk everyday is one of the best things you can do to your body. I know one thing I plan to do is get my
cousins to eat a bit healthier cause every little bit counts when they are young.
Extreme Democracy a collection of essays and thoughts a
bout how technology is changing how we communicate and it is affecting the way democracy works.

“Extreme democracy” is a political philosophy of the information era that puts people in charge of the entire political process. It suggests a deliberative process that places total confidence in the people, caries opening the policy-making process to many centers of power through deeply networked coalitions that can be organized around local, ailment national and international issues.

I am really fascinated by it and actually printing this all out. With the formation of these blogs around Kuwait and the people expressing their opinions and feelings.

We the Kuwait bloggers are forming a network. Slowly but surely we are in the avenue of change. It won’t be a revolution where people are fighting it out in the streets but an evolution. Where everyone will be informed and aware then acting.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years), price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years), price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
Seems Kellogs is join McDonalds in making a healthier product
for kids. They are ask 2763, food
1282245,00.html?=rss”>going t
o lower the sugar in Frosted Flakes.

I had many good times as a kid with Tony. I would eat it out the box no milk or anything just munch th
e stuff down. It was soo good, I would literaly be boucning of the walls with a sugar high. I was a v
ery skinny kid.

So after watching Super Size Me< /a> and how kids are becoming overweight. It occured to me what we really need to do is feed these kid
s pure sugar. Lower the fat, but just have them bouncing of the walls. They are getting a work out, an
d losing weight at the same time by actually burning the calories they intake instead of just watching
TV or playing video games.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years),
price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
Seems Kellogs is join McDonalds in making a healthier product
for kids. They are ask 2763, food
1282245,00.html?=rss”>going t
o lower the sugar in Frosted Flakes.

I had many good times as a kid with Tony. I would eat it out the box no milk or anything just munch th
e stuff down. It was soo good, I would literaly be boucning of the walls with a sugar high. I was a v
ery skinny kid.

So after watching Super Size Me< /a> and how kids are becoming overweight. It occured to me what we really need to do is feed these kid
s pure sugar. Lower the fat, but just have them bouncing of the walls. They are getting a work out, an
d losing weight at the same time by actually burning the calories they intake instead of just watching
TV or playing video games.
Just got home from a super long road trip. Drove from Kuwait to Saudi and back to Kuwait all the say t
o Salmi. That is a total of 1500km I started driving around 9am got home at 2am,
ask and had about 3-4 hou
rs of not driving time. So you do that math.

It was an ok trip. I really hate Saudi roads, they are the worst I ever seen. The road from Kuwait to
Jabiel is just 2 lanes. Not 2 lanes each way, but 1 lane each way. So imagine this road with pot holes
, trailers going 60-80km hours and trying to time the distance of the cars on the other side so you ca
n plan the overtake the car infront of you.

Now try doing that at night, where the cars come have their high beams on.

One thing thought that I have a love hate relationship with is the lights. They dont have any lights o
n their roads, so at night its nice and extra dark, but that also reduces the light polution. So you c
an be driving on the road and just look up and see all these stars.

It is really amazing just seeing all those stars. I still recall driving through South Dakota, and jus
t stopping my car in the middle of the Bad Lands a couple hours past Wall Drug, and just looking at th
e stars.

Oh those stars they were so amazing. Laying down on the hood staring up at them. Ussualy when you look
up you see empty black spaces, but there were no black spots just stars. Dim ones bright ones, all so
rts of them. It was like I was in another world. I was even talking to someone at that time and she sa
id the same thing, as if the signal was bouncing from space.

When I was in Saudi I stopped at a “coffee shop” aka “ma3ha”. What a depressing place, I went in and i
t was dark, they had these big blue velve shares all around and tvs in each corner. They were 5-9 peop
le smoking sheesha there. It was a real weird feeling. In Kuwait those places are open bright and have
thes bench style chairs so you can lie down and talk to the people around you. The ones in Saudi was
just dark and gloomy, reminds me of an opium den; where people go to get away from life and the outsid
e world. If thats how all or most of them are I really feel bad for the youth of Saudi.

This is different from even the kids I saw when driving to Salmi. So I am driving and see all these ca
rs parked on teh side and thinking “wtf” and then notice that for ever 2-4 cars there would be these g
uys just sitting down by them talking and stuff. It was cool, just being out in the cool desert hangin
g out and talking. It would be a lot better if they could kill the lights so we also be able to look a
t the stars.
I am strange about death. I dont really get emotional anymore when people die (I’ve grown numb over th
e years), price but one thing that always gets me is other peoples emotions. I guess just being empty inside
at acts like a sponge at these events.
Seems Kellogs is join McDonalds in making a healthier product
for kids. They are ask 2763, food
1282245,00.html?=rss”>going t
o lower the sugar in Frosted Flakes.

I had many good times as a kid with Tony. I would eat it out the box no milk or anything just munch th
e stuff down. It was soo good, I would literaly be boucning of the walls with a sugar high. I was a v
ery skinny kid.

So after watching Super Size Me< /a> and how kids are becoming overweight. It occured to me what we really need to do is feed these kid
s pure sugar. Lower the fat, but just have them bouncing of the walls. They are getting a work out, an
d losing weight at the same time by actually burning the calories they intake instead of just watching
TV or playing video games.
Just got home from a super long road trip. Drove from Kuwait to Saudi and back to Kuwait all the say t
o Salmi. That is a total of 1500km I started driving around 9am got home at 2am,
ask and had about 3-4 hou
rs of not driving time. So you do that math.

It was an ok trip. I really hate Saudi roads, they are the worst I ever seen. The road from Kuwait to
Jabiel is just 2 lanes. Not 2 lanes each way, but 1 lane each way. So imagine this road with pot holes
, trailers going 60-80km hours and trying to time the distance of the cars on the other side so you ca
n plan the overtake the car infront of you.

Now try doing that at night, where the cars come have their high beams on.

One thing thought that I have a love hate relationship with is the lights. They dont have any lights o
n their roads, so at night its nice and extra dark, but that also reduces the light polution. So you c
an be driving on the road and just look up and see all these stars.

It is really amazing just seeing all those stars. I still recall driving through South Dakota, and jus
t stopping my car in the middle of the Bad Lands a couple hours past Wall Drug, and just looking at th
e stars.

Oh those stars they were so amazing. Laying down on the hood staring up at them. Ussualy when you look
up you see empty black spaces, but there were no black spots just stars. Dim ones bright ones, all so
rts of them. It was like I was in another world. I was even talking to someone at that time and she sa
id the same thing, as if the signal was bouncing from space.

When I was in Saudi I stopped at a “coffee shop” aka “ma3ha”. What a depressing place, I went in and i
t was dark, they had these big blue velve shares all around and tvs in each corner. They were 5-9 peop
le smoking sheesha there. It was a real weird feeling. In Kuwait those places are open bright and have
thes bench style chairs so you can lie down and talk to the people around you. The ones in Saudi was
just dark and gloomy, reminds me of an opium den; where people go to get away from life and the outsid
e world. If thats how all or most of them are I really feel bad for the youth of Saudi.

This is different from even the kids I saw when driving to Salmi. So I am driving and see all these ca
rs parked on teh side and thinking “wtf” and then notice that for ever 2-4 cars there would be these g
uys just sitting down by them talking and stuff. It was cool, just being out in the cool desert hangin
g out and talking. It would be a lot better if they could kill the lights so we also be able to look a
t the stars.
Ever have trouble finding the square of a number? Or 21 x 23?

Well if you have run for your calculator to get the answer I got a new method for you. Found this anesthetist
1284,64575,00.html?tw=wn_tophead_1″>article on Wired abou
t Vedic Math which is an ancient
Indian mnemonic method of sutras to help your do some hard math very simply.

And it works I am quite impressed with how easy and simple it is. Already have some memorized so I can
use. Like this one
on how to do 21 x 23 in 3 easy steps.

And here are some other tutorials and examples of it in action:
VedicMaths.org
Hinduism.co.za
About.com
I decided to try out a little experiment to see how the male compares to the female one. Yes you read
it right. I am going to be using female deodorant.

They have always created this barrier that there is one for each of the sexes. But they are armpits! The human physiology can not be that much different between males and female that we sweat differently there.

For females I decided on Secret because its “strong enough for a man but pH balanced for a woman”. And the men is Gillette cause its “the best a man can get”.

I will be doing it for a week, this site testing Gillette on the left armpit, more about and Secret on the right. Will discuss how the sweating was, there residual and which one was dryer in general.

UpdateWell after my research I found out that a women targeted deodorant will last longer in a day compared to a mens one. But if you are the gym, the men’s deodorant will keep you dryer. So if you want something to last all day, then go for the womens, if you want something for the gym, or areas where you will be sweating a lot, then go for the mens.
I was talking to someone earlier about gyms and told her I was doing Spinning Class. She didn’t get til I showed her that site, pilule but she thought it was like when you
were kid holding hands and spnning around in a cirlcle.

Thats where it came to me, buy cialis making a gym for adults based on toys and games we played when we were kids
.

I used to have fun with those kids games, they were so simple and you had to communicate and play with
other kids. We used to play catch when I was in elementary school during lunch time running around tr
y to avoid being caught or to catch some one. Then you had dodge ball that was always a great game kep
t you quick on your feet. Another great one was the wheel thingie. Where you would get in and someone
fast would hold on to the railing and run spinning you faster and faster and you just tried to hold on
for dear life so you dont get throw off.

There were also trampolines, and slides and swings and see-saws. You could have fun on those things fo
r hours and days cause they were so simple and fun!

Those were the days..

I’d love to go to a gym where thats all we would do. It would be a great work out and fun as well. Do
a warm up on the trampoline for 10 minutes then go join the game of catch or dodge ball for about an h
our. Then go to the swing for 20 minutes of cool down.

That would be such a great work out, got your cardio, and some toning all in 1 hour and 30 minutes and
it would be FUN!

We so need an adult kids gym.
I hate the Arabic keyboard, shop its horrible keys are placed weirdly just look where the ذ is. Why i
s all the way it is near the 1? Then you have all these akward finger movements. The person who design
ed the keyboard should be tied to a chair and keyboard be and forced to use their own creation.

Luckily there is a salvation!

The ASDF Arabic Keyboard. This thing is a
maizng and has really simplified my arabic typing. I can now spell my name in arabic in 5 seconds inst
ead of the previous 5 minutes.

The way he did it is by having the arabic letters sound based on the english keyboard. ا=A &#158
7;=S. And the based on shape E=ع. The best thing I love about it is that the symbols ( , viagra order . / ;
‘ ) are placed in the same location as the english ones.

kbdarab.gif

So if you hate the Arabic keyboard laybout I highly recommend getting the ASDF Arabic layout your eyes
and fingers will apperciate it.
I hate the Arabic keyboard, shop its horrible keys are placed weirdly just look where the ذ is. Why i
s all the way it is near the 1? Then you have all these akward finger movements. The person who design
ed the keyboard should be tied to a chair and keyboard be and forced to use their own creation.

Luckily there is a salvation!

The ASDF Arabic Keyboard. This thing is a
maizng and has really simplified my arabic typing. I can now spell my name in arabic in 5 seconds inst
ead of the previous 5 minutes.

The way he did it is by having the arabic letters sound based on the english keyboard. ا=A &#158
7;=S. And the based on shape E=ع. The best thing I love about it is that the symbols ( , viagra order . / ;
‘ ) are placed in the same location as the english ones.

kbdarab.gif

So if you hate the Arabic keyboard laybout I highly recommend getting the ASDF Arabic layout your eyes
and fingers will apperciate it.
I love my address book, find
I try to keep everyones address and phone number and any additional details in it. Its a great directory for when I travel or someone needs a number. I even have groups on my phone concerning family, friends, business, information etc so I can find them quickly and easily.

Yet I have one issue its all very linear. I would like an address book where I can link contacts together. Such a link stating that Jack is the Brother of Jill. Then I can expand on that By grouping Jack and Jill under their family name of Jones. Then I can connect Jill to her boyfriend John. etc.

So When I look at Jills contact I know that she is the brother of Jack, and the girlfriend of John. Then If I choose to see the Jones family It creates a cirlce with the name Jones and inside it Jack—Jilll. That way to signify that they are related as siblings. If I had their father it would create a family tree for me.

This would also be to show connection within a company. Manager–employee etc. So when I look at the visual I see the who I need to talk to in the ladder.

This would act as my own personal six degress, with me at the center.

With that information I can visually see lines between connections. Then circles around these lines to show groups. That can be changed on the fly to created new groupings, be it family, friends, business, location etc.

Yet this is all my data what if I grouped my data with my friends contact list. It can create a visual connection with missing pieces in a company, friends etc. and expand our information.

Yes this is available in social networks like Orkut, Friendster, Multiply, but those are
net based socail networks. I want something that is personal on my phone or computer that I keep private. I dont want the whole interweb to have my address book and the data inside it.

I guess thats why at the end those socail networks will never really become mainstream they are not private. You publicly share connections, and the truth is you dont know that person who is a friend of your friend. You never had any interaction with them. But in your personel address book you did meet him and have that link for your future refrence.

Just my thoughts on a visually linked address book.
I hate the Arabic keyboard, shop its horrible keys are placed weirdly just look where the ذ is. Why i
s all the way it is near the 1? Then you have all these akward finger movements. The person who design
ed the keyboard should be tied to a chair and keyboard be and forced to use their own creation.

Luckily there is a salvation!

The ASDF Arabic Keyboard. This thing is a
maizng and has really simplified my arabic typing. I can now spell my name in arabic in 5 seconds inst
ead of the previous 5 minutes.

The way he did it is by having the arabic letters sound based on the english keyboard. ا=A &#158
7;=S. And the based on shape E=ع. The best thing I love about it is that the symbols ( , viagra order . / ;
‘ ) are placed in the same location as the english ones.

kbdarab.gif

So if you hate the Arabic keyboard laybout I highly recommend getting the ASDF Arabic layout your eyes
and fingers will apperciate it.
I love my address book, find
I try to keep everyones address and phone number and any additional details in it. Its a great directory for when I travel or someone needs a number. I even have groups on my phone concerning family, friends, business, information etc so I can find them quickly and easily.

Yet I have one issue its all very linear. I would like an address book where I can link contacts together. Such a link stating that Jack is the Brother of Jill. Then I can expand on that By grouping Jack and Jill under their family name of Jones. Then I can connect Jill to her boyfriend John. etc.

So When I look at Jills contact I know that she is the brother of Jack, and the girlfriend of John. Then If I choose to see the Jones family It creates a cirlce with the name Jones and inside it Jack—Jilll. That way to signify that they are related as siblings. If I had their father it would create a family tree for me.

This would also be to show connection within a company. Manager–employee etc. So when I look at the visual I see the who I need to talk to in the ladder.

This would act as my own personal six degress, with me at the center.

With that information I can visually see lines between connections. Then circles around these lines to show groups. That can be changed on the fly to created new groupings, be it family, friends, business, location etc.

Yet this is all my data what if I grouped my data with my friends contact list. It can create a visual connection with missing pieces in a company, friends etc. and expand our information.

Yes this is available in social networks like Orkut, Friendster, Multiply, but those are
net based socail networks. I want something that is personal on my phone or computer that I keep private. I dont want the whole interweb to have my address book and the data inside it.

I guess thats why at the end those socail networks will never really become mainstream they are not private. You publicly share connections, and the truth is you dont know that person who is a friend of your friend. You never had any interaction with them. But in your personel address book you did meet him and have that link for your future refrence.

Just my thoughts on a visually linked address book.
I had lunch in the city today at this “Kuwaiti” place around the corner from Casper and Gambini. Dont
remeber the name, try
actually never even paid attention to the name. The food was good but the service wa
s ok. So you ever want some Kuwaiti food and dont feel like cooking I suggest going there I think they
do delievery or to go.

After that had some coffee at Casper, I tried their Xpress-O-Self that was just amazing hazel nut and
choclate. I suggest taking a sip first then mixing everything together it was good stuff.

I took the beach road home. This drive was great. NOT A SINGLE RED LIGHT. I drove fr
om Casper to Showbiz with not a single red light it was just me the road and some great tunes from the
stereo. Getting all those green lights rarely happens. Last time I recall when the Amir used that roa
d so all the singals were forced green and we drove from Messila all the way to the Old Marriot.

The drive was great. Gave me a chance to see all the status of the new buildings that were popping up.
The beach area of Kuwait is really booming lots of amazing stuff coming up.

There were some I was astonished were being built so fast, I recall when they were just empty lots. Th
en there are ones that stopped existing it was weird seeing the Safir all destroyed. It will be a stra
nge feeling seeing a new hotel being there I remeber when that place when it was the Hilton.

The Diabetes hospital is all built and those buildings infront they said will be the residence for the
doctors. Really pimp place right on the sea front in old Kuwaiti houses.

I am glad we are finally updating our skyline. Dont get me wrong I love our sky line, it is like a his
tory lesson with buildings from each era. I just feel its time to have something from this era to sign
ify new generation of Kuwait. Has to be able to inspire us as give us pride for the future.
I visited a sick relative at the hospital just earleir today and its such a depressing place and this
is after the renovations. Before the windows were so high up you needed a chair to look at the parking
lot. What the hell really, erectile you build this huge hospital on the sea front and where do the windows loo
k out at? You’d expect every paitent room with natural sunlight and a view of the sea. Not in Kuwait y
ou get a view of the parking lot and no natural light at all. I think it was orignally designed as a m
ental institution or something. I wont even talk about those elevators

What really impressed me that Kuwaitiss donated money to have it renovated! The government can’t be he
lp responsible for taken care of that building or the people’s well being. I am not talking about the
doctors and the staff there. They are doing the best they can in those conditions

I been visiting some hospitals this week, epidemic Amiri, Al-Mosat, Al-Rashid and International Clinic. They ar
e all busy and have people attending them, but its intresting to see the difference between the public
and private health care.
People can be so techno dependent at times. I was at the store buying some stuff then the salesman sta
rted using a calculator to add up the quantity that he wrote down ( 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 1) . By the time he
added up to 4, ascariasis I already told him it was 10. He just looked at me sheepishly and told me it would be
10KD.

Are we that dependent on calculators and computers that we can’t do basic tasks without them? I fear f
or our future because if this keeps up; the robots are taking over.
Just watched Shrek 2 earlier tonight, visit this what a great
movie. It was another Disney basher from Dreamworks, pills with a great story with some impressive character
s and computer graphics.

The story for this one is after Fiona and Shrek get married and it is time to visit the in-laws. This
is where we learn more about Fiona’s back story; like how she ended up in the Castle with the dragon a
nd the lies and behind it.

The international cast of John Cleese, side effects Antonia Banderas,
Julie Andrews
and Jennifer Saunders really added
a flare to this movie. Especially Banderas’ Puss In Boot and Saunders’ Fairy Godmother.

Saunders’ also sang some great song on the movie that can be avaible on the soundtrack, w
hich I plan to pick up. It is really superb with the Counting Crows, The Eels , Nick Cave and the Bad
Seeds and many more.

I highly recommend the movie for a night at home with some friends and the soundtrack during the day w
ith them.
I am so excited! Regurgitator one of my all time favorite ba
nds is making a 5th album, public health but they plan to do it inside a plastic bubble. These guys are amazing I pi
cked up their CD when I was in Australia a while back and so glad I did. I’ve gotten some fond memorie
s of songs like “I want to be a Nudist”, “Polyester Girl”, and “I like Repetitive Music” and their uno
fficial Sydney 2000 Olympic anthem “Crush the Losers”.

I will definitely be checking out their live webcast from August 31 to September 21 to see what they a
re creating.

[Boing Boing]
I am so excited! Regurgitator one of my all time favorite ba
nds is making a 5th album, public health but they plan to do it inside a plastic bubble. These guys are amazing I pi
cked up their CD when I was in Australia a while back and so glad I did. I’ve gotten some fond memorie
s of songs like “I want to be a Nudist”, “Polyester Girl”, and “I like Repetitive Music” and their uno
fficial Sydney 2000 Olympic anthem “Crush the Losers”.

I will definitely be checking out their live webcast from August 31 to September 21 to see what they a
re creating.

[Boing Boing]
There is no real way to categorize Bjork. Bjork sounds like Bjork, population health
and this album is a Bjork album, bu
t it feels like she has gotten older. Her past albums seem like she was trying to experiment and chall
enge herself in terms of what can she do with the music and ways to convey her emotions. Medulla sound
s more centered that she had a set goal when she started and more confident of herself and abilities.

What you notice first is the vocals, lots and lots of vocals. It is as if she is going back to the roo
ts of music by keeping it very pure. They are no instruments, it is all done vocally, even the beats a
nd rhythm are done by a human beat box. It is pretty impressive getting all those vocals and then havi
ng it all mixed and produced.

This album is a background album, for you to lay back at home and just have it blaring as you do other
things, or just lay back and think about your life. It is not made for driving or entertaining friend
s. This album can go both ways. Sometimes I hate it, and other times I really enjoy it, but most of th
e time I am confused about it.
You ever notice those used phones available in Kuwait. You can find all types even new one that are ju
st a week old in the used stores. Those stores are usually are pretty good on reseting them and deleti
ng the files to sell a clean phone.

Well seems that they can’t get rid of everything.

It seems pictures on those new camera phones can be undeleted. I was just thinking of all those blueto
oth talk lately, ask I am sure you can find some risque pictures on them that were expected to be deleted.

2 thoughts on “Deleted?”

  1. Well if every thing is stored form the beggining on the memory card then all will be safe :).

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