Adios!

Peter Murphy – I fall with Your Knife
Peter Murphy – I fall with Your Knife
Peter Murphy – I fall with Your Knife
We got it easy, adiposity
we have satelite and over 100s of channels, pestilence
we
got the internet and access to all sorts of information and boring stuff to keep us entertained. We e
ven have cars to get out of where we are and visit someone else.

So imagine these people who I dont think even had gas lamps. They would sit around and make
shadow puppets for entertainment!

Big thanks to the Gutenberg Project for archiving and sharing t
hese gems.

[via BoingBoing
Peter Murphy – I fall with Your Knife
Peter Murphy – I fall with Your Knife
We got it easy, adiposity
we have satelite and over 100s of channels, pestilence
we
got the internet and access to all sorts of information and boring stuff to keep us entertained. We e
ven have cars to get out of where we are and visit someone else.

So imagine these people who I dont think even had gas lamps. They would sit around and make
shadow puppets for entertainment!

Big thanks to the Gutenberg Project for archiving and sharing t
hese gems.

[via BoingBoing
kuwaitmap.jpg Lots of my friends get lost in Kuwait, ask since they are so many way to get to one place as well as the random shortcuts people pick up over their time here. So here is a good street map of Kuwait. I also have a larger scan of it thats 1.5mb if anyone needs it.

Update: Forzaq8 has posted in the comments this amazing website Baladia – Kuwait Electronic Guide, viagra sale which is Kuwait’s Mapquest. It is a bit buggy but it really is amazing. It lists schools, mosques, commercial areas, street names and etc. It even gives you search options and direction and shortest routes between two points. Only problem I have with it is that most of the features only work on IE, but I dont mind running IE for this page!

Update 2: I do not have the larger scanner of the file. I had a computer error and the file was deleted.
Peter Murphy – I fall with Your Knife
Peter Murphy – I fall with Your Knife
We got it easy, adiposity
we have satelite and over 100s of channels, pestilence
we
got the internet and access to all sorts of information and boring stuff to keep us entertained. We e
ven have cars to get out of where we are and visit someone else.

So imagine these people who I dont think even had gas lamps. They would sit around and make
shadow puppets for entertainment!

Big thanks to the Gutenberg Project for archiving and sharing t
hese gems.

[via BoingBoing
kuwaitmap.jpg Lots of my friends get lost in Kuwait, ask since they are so many way to get to one place as well as the random shortcuts people pick up over their time here. So here is a good street map of Kuwait. I also have a larger scan of it thats 1.5mb if anyone needs it.

Update: Forzaq8 has posted in the comments this amazing website Baladia – Kuwait Electronic Guide, viagra sale which is Kuwait’s Mapquest. It is a bit buggy but it really is amazing. It lists schools, mosques, commercial areas, street names and etc. It even gives you search options and direction and shortest routes between two points. Only problem I have with it is that most of the features only work on IE, but I dont mind running IE for this page!

Update 2: I do not have the larger scanner of the file. I had a computer error and the file was deleted.
Was just talking to my friend who just came from the States and is used to the driving and manners ove
r there and can’t deal with the drivers here. Saying “they all have road rage! we would get stuck in 2
hour traffic and be ok about it”. This got me saying “yeah in the States you have good radio stations
, find telling you where the traffic is, keeping you entertained and laughing and your mind off the traffic
“.

Which is true, there you got choices in terms of music, radio personalities, talk or sports. There is
something for everyone. So when your stuck in traffic or on the road you dont mind, because the DJ jus
t played your favorite song, or made a good joke. or the commentary on last nights game is keeping you
mind away from the traffic. While here in Kuwait you got personalities like Dr. La Bouche AKA DLB.

This is the one thing that I can say is dfferent about Kuwait and the US, the radio. We have the same
or even better roads, same cars, and lets not talk about driving style. Every place you go has horribl
e drivers, this is something also common. Yet the only thing different we have is the radio.

Like I mentioned before I dont listen to 99.7. I found great replacements. But I would much rather listen to another Kuwaiti radio
station that would rival 99.7 and create some changes in their line up. Hopefully with the creation o
f Rai TV in Kuwait, a new private television station. A private radio station may not be that far off.
Peter Murphy – I fall with Your Knife
Peter Murphy – I fall with Your Knife
We got it easy, adiposity
we have satelite and over 100s of channels, pestilence
we
got the internet and access to all sorts of information and boring stuff to keep us entertained. We e
ven have cars to get out of where we are and visit someone else.

So imagine these people who I dont think even had gas lamps. They would sit around and make
shadow puppets for entertainment!

Big thanks to the Gutenberg Project for archiving and sharing t
hese gems.

[via BoingBoing
kuwaitmap.jpg Lots of my friends get lost in Kuwait, ask since they are so many way to get to one place as well as the random shortcuts people pick up over their time here. So here is a good street map of Kuwait. I also have a larger scan of it thats 1.5mb if anyone needs it.

Update: Forzaq8 has posted in the comments this amazing website Baladia – Kuwait Electronic Guide, viagra sale which is Kuwait’s Mapquest. It is a bit buggy but it really is amazing. It lists schools, mosques, commercial areas, street names and etc. It even gives you search options and direction and shortest routes between two points. Only problem I have with it is that most of the features only work on IE, but I dont mind running IE for this page!

Update 2: I do not have the larger scanner of the file. I had a computer error and the file was deleted.
Was just talking to my friend who just came from the States and is used to the driving and manners ove
r there and can’t deal with the drivers here. Saying “they all have road rage! we would get stuck in 2
hour traffic and be ok about it”. This got me saying “yeah in the States you have good radio stations
, find telling you where the traffic is, keeping you entertained and laughing and your mind off the traffic
“.

Which is true, there you got choices in terms of music, radio personalities, talk or sports. There is
something for everyone. So when your stuck in traffic or on the road you dont mind, because the DJ jus
t played your favorite song, or made a good joke. or the commentary on last nights game is keeping you
mind away from the traffic. While here in Kuwait you got personalities like Dr. La Bouche AKA DLB.

This is the one thing that I can say is dfferent about Kuwait and the US, the radio. We have the same
or even better roads, same cars, and lets not talk about driving style. Every place you go has horribl
e drivers, this is something also common. Yet the only thing different we have is the radio.

Like I mentioned before I dont listen to 99.7. I found great replacements. But I would much rather listen to another Kuwaiti radio
station that would rival 99.7 and create some changes in their line up. Hopefully with the creation o
f Rai TV in Kuwait, a new private television station. A private radio station may not be that far off.
Was just talking to my friend who just came from the States and is used to the driving and manners ove
r there and can’t deal with the drivers here. Saying “they all have road rage! we would get stuck in 2
hour traffic and be ok about it”. This got me saying “yeah in the States you have good radio stations
, find telling you where the traffic is, keeping you entertained and laughing and your mind off the traffic
“.

Which is true, there you got choices in terms of music, radio personalities, talk or sports. There is
something for everyone. So when your stuck in traffic or on the road you dont mind, because the DJ jus
t played your favorite song, or made a good joke. or the commentary on last nights game is keeping you
mind away from the traffic. While here in Kuwait you got personalities like Dr. La Bouche AKA DLB.

This is the one thing that I can say is dfferent about Kuwait and the US, the radio. We have the same
or even better roads, same cars, and lets not talk about driving style. Every place you go has horribl
e drivers, this is something also common. Yet the only thing different we have is the radio.

Like I mentioned before I dont listen to 99.7. I found great replacements. But I would much rather listen to another Kuwaiti radio
station that would rival 99.7 and create some changes in their line up. Hopefully with the creation o
f Rai TV in Kuwait, a new private television station. A private radio station may not be that far off.
Something for you vodka nuggets out there!

Alex Abramovich is doing the daring, sovaldi sale he is actually find the best vodka. So after 11 types vodkas and
after a two day hangover he gives us the results in his article Hit Me W
ith Your Best Shot – Which vodka is the best?

Peter Murphy – I fall with Your Knife
Peter Murphy – I fall with Your Knife
We got it easy, adiposity
we have satelite and over 100s of channels, pestilence
we
got the internet and access to all sorts of information and boring stuff to keep us entertained. We e
ven have cars to get out of where we are and visit someone else.

So imagine these people who I dont think even had gas lamps. They would sit around and make
shadow puppets for entertainment!

Big thanks to the Gutenberg Project for archiving and sharing t
hese gems.

[via BoingBoing
kuwaitmap.jpg Lots of my friends get lost in Kuwait, ask since they are so many way to get to one place as well as the random shortcuts people pick up over their time here. So here is a good street map of Kuwait. I also have a larger scan of it thats 1.5mb if anyone needs it.

Update: Forzaq8 has posted in the comments this amazing website Baladia – Kuwait Electronic Guide, viagra sale which is Kuwait’s Mapquest. It is a bit buggy but it really is amazing. It lists schools, mosques, commercial areas, street names and etc. It even gives you search options and direction and shortest routes between two points. Only problem I have with it is that most of the features only work on IE, but I dont mind running IE for this page!

Update 2: I do not have the larger scanner of the file. I had a computer error and the file was deleted.
Was just talking to my friend who just came from the States and is used to the driving and manners ove
r there and can’t deal with the drivers here. Saying “they all have road rage! we would get stuck in 2
hour traffic and be ok about it”. This got me saying “yeah in the States you have good radio stations
, find telling you where the traffic is, keeping you entertained and laughing and your mind off the traffic
“.

Which is true, there you got choices in terms of music, radio personalities, talk or sports. There is
something for everyone. So when your stuck in traffic or on the road you dont mind, because the DJ jus
t played your favorite song, or made a good joke. or the commentary on last nights game is keeping you
mind away from the traffic. While here in Kuwait you got personalities like Dr. La Bouche AKA DLB.

This is the one thing that I can say is dfferent about Kuwait and the US, the radio. We have the same
or even better roads, same cars, and lets not talk about driving style. Every place you go has horribl
e drivers, this is something also common. Yet the only thing different we have is the radio.

Like I mentioned before I dont listen to 99.7. I found great replacements. But I would much rather listen to another Kuwaiti radio
station that would rival 99.7 and create some changes in their line up. Hopefully with the creation o
f Rai TV in Kuwait, a new private television station. A private radio station may not be that far off.
Was just talking to my friend who just came from the States and is used to the driving and manners ove
r there and can’t deal with the drivers here. Saying “they all have road rage! we would get stuck in 2
hour traffic and be ok about it”. This got me saying “yeah in the States you have good radio stations
, find telling you where the traffic is, keeping you entertained and laughing and your mind off the traffic
“.

Which is true, there you got choices in terms of music, radio personalities, talk or sports. There is
something for everyone. So when your stuck in traffic or on the road you dont mind, because the DJ jus
t played your favorite song, or made a good joke. or the commentary on last nights game is keeping you
mind away from the traffic. While here in Kuwait you got personalities like Dr. La Bouche AKA DLB.

This is the one thing that I can say is dfferent about Kuwait and the US, the radio. We have the same
or even better roads, same cars, and lets not talk about driving style. Every place you go has horribl
e drivers, this is something also common. Yet the only thing different we have is the radio.

Like I mentioned before I dont listen to 99.7. I found great replacements. But I would much rather listen to another Kuwaiti radio
station that would rival 99.7 and create some changes in their line up. Hopefully with the creation o
f Rai TV in Kuwait, a new private television station. A private radio station may not be that far off.
Something for you vodka nuggets out there!

Alex Abramovich is doing the daring, sovaldi sale he is actually find the best vodka. So after 11 types vodkas and
after a two day hangover he gives us the results in his article Hit Me W
ith Your Best Shot – Which vodka is the best?

Well seems the government is ready to start the Bubyan port project. This will be a very big thing in Kuwait and it has been something in Kuwait’s history for long time. The Ottoman’s, the British, pharmacy Iraq, and the US have been persuing this for ages., since it will be a gateway to the Gulf.

This project is going to last over 30 years and be a huge multi-stage construction process. Which is
strange since according to After doing some more searches I found this Arab Times Article on the Bubyan Project and the natural concerns there.

“One of the rare breeds of birds like the Crab Plover has1 , 600pairs breeding on Bubiyan. The next biggest population of these species is about 40 pairs.” He said there are about 18 other species which breed only on Bubiyan Island. These include falcons, flamingos and gulls. “Most of the world’s population of birds breed here making it the most import breeding ground in the whole Western Paleoartic – UK, Central and Western Europe, Turkey and the rest of the Middle East,” Dr Loughland emphasized.

And Bubyan also meets 4 out of the 6 criterias to make it a protected habitat and finding a place that just meet 1 of those criteria is rare.

I hope the government is planning is right and not destroy our natural wildlife.
Peter Murphy – I fall with Your Knife
Peter Murphy – I fall with Your Knife
We got it easy, adiposity
we have satelite and over 100s of channels, pestilence
we
got the internet and access to all sorts of information and boring stuff to keep us entertained. We e
ven have cars to get out of where we are and visit someone else.

So imagine these people who I dont think even had gas lamps. They would sit around and make
shadow puppets for entertainment!

Big thanks to the Gutenberg Project for archiving and sharing t
hese gems.

[via BoingBoing
kuwaitmap.jpg Lots of my friends get lost in Kuwait, ask since they are so many way to get to one place as well as the random shortcuts people pick up over their time here. So here is a good street map of Kuwait. I also have a larger scan of it thats 1.5mb if anyone needs it.

Update: Forzaq8 has posted in the comments this amazing website Baladia – Kuwait Electronic Guide, viagra sale which is Kuwait’s Mapquest. It is a bit buggy but it really is amazing. It lists schools, mosques, commercial areas, street names and etc. It even gives you search options and direction and shortest routes between two points. Only problem I have with it is that most of the features only work on IE, but I dont mind running IE for this page!

Update 2: I do not have the larger scanner of the file. I had a computer error and the file was deleted.
Was just talking to my friend who just came from the States and is used to the driving and manners ove
r there and can’t deal with the drivers here. Saying “they all have road rage! we would get stuck in 2
hour traffic and be ok about it”. This got me saying “yeah in the States you have good radio stations
, find telling you where the traffic is, keeping you entertained and laughing and your mind off the traffic
“.

Which is true, there you got choices in terms of music, radio personalities, talk or sports. There is
something for everyone. So when your stuck in traffic or on the road you dont mind, because the DJ jus
t played your favorite song, or made a good joke. or the commentary on last nights game is keeping you
mind away from the traffic. While here in Kuwait you got personalities like Dr. La Bouche AKA DLB.

This is the one thing that I can say is dfferent about Kuwait and the US, the radio. We have the same
or even better roads, same cars, and lets not talk about driving style. Every place you go has horribl
e drivers, this is something also common. Yet the only thing different we have is the radio.

Like I mentioned before I dont listen to 99.7. I found great replacements. But I would much rather listen to another Kuwaiti radio
station that would rival 99.7 and create some changes in their line up. Hopefully with the creation o
f Rai TV in Kuwait, a new private television station. A private radio station may not be that far off.
Was just talking to my friend who just came from the States and is used to the driving and manners ove
r there and can’t deal with the drivers here. Saying “they all have road rage! we would get stuck in 2
hour traffic and be ok about it”. This got me saying “yeah in the States you have good radio stations
, find telling you where the traffic is, keeping you entertained and laughing and your mind off the traffic
“.

Which is true, there you got choices in terms of music, radio personalities, talk or sports. There is
something for everyone. So when your stuck in traffic or on the road you dont mind, because the DJ jus
t played your favorite song, or made a good joke. or the commentary on last nights game is keeping you
mind away from the traffic. While here in Kuwait you got personalities like Dr. La Bouche AKA DLB.

This is the one thing that I can say is dfferent about Kuwait and the US, the radio. We have the same
or even better roads, same cars, and lets not talk about driving style. Every place you go has horribl
e drivers, this is something also common. Yet the only thing different we have is the radio.

Like I mentioned before I dont listen to 99.7. I found great replacements. But I would much rather listen to another Kuwaiti radio
station that would rival 99.7 and create some changes in their line up. Hopefully with the creation o
f Rai TV in Kuwait, a new private television station. A private radio station may not be that far off.
Something for you vodka nuggets out there!

Alex Abramovich is doing the daring, sovaldi sale he is actually find the best vodka. So after 11 types vodkas and
after a two day hangover he gives us the results in his article Hit Me W
ith Your Best Shot – Which vodka is the best?

Well seems the government is ready to start the Bubyan port project. This will be a very big thing in Kuwait and it has been something in Kuwait’s history for long time. The Ottoman’s, the British, pharmacy Iraq, and the US have been persuing this for ages., since it will be a gateway to the Gulf.

This project is going to last over 30 years and be a huge multi-stage construction process. Which is
strange since according to After doing some more searches I found this Arab Times Article on the Bubyan Project and the natural concerns there.

“One of the rare breeds of birds like the Crab Plover has1 , 600pairs breeding on Bubiyan. The next biggest population of these species is about 40 pairs.” He said there are about 18 other species which breed only on Bubiyan Island. These include falcons, flamingos and gulls. “Most of the world’s population of birds breed here making it the most import breeding ground in the whole Western Paleoartic – UK, Central and Western Europe, Turkey and the rest of the Middle East,” Dr Loughland emphasized.

And Bubyan also meets 4 out of the 6 criterias to make it a protected habitat and finding a place that just meet 1 of those criteria is rare.

I hope the government is planning is right and not destroy our natural wildlife.
Well seems the government is ready to start the Bubyan port project. This will be a very big thing in Kuwait and it has been something in Kuwait’s history for long time. The Ottoman’s, the British, pharmacy Iraq, and the US have been persuing this for ages., since it will be a gateway to the Gulf.

This project is going to last over 30 years and be a huge multi-stage construction process. Which is
strange since according to After doing some more searches I found this Arab Times Article on the Bubyan Project and the natural concerns there.

“One of the rare breeds of birds like the Crab Plover has1 , 600pairs breeding on Bubiyan. The next biggest population of these species is about 40 pairs.” He said there are about 18 other species which breed only on Bubiyan Island. These include falcons, flamingos and gulls. “Most of the world’s population of birds breed here making it the most import breeding ground in the whole Western Paleoartic – UK, Central and Western Europe, Turkey and the rest of the Middle East,” Dr Loughland emphasized.

And Bubyan also meets 4 out of the 6 criterias to make it a protected habitat and finding a place that just meet 1 of those criteria is rare.

I hope the government is planning is right and not destroy our natural wildlife.
Found A History Of Punctuation via boingboing, this
good history read, but what it triggered was a childhood memmory of this show that used the interrobang

Does anyone remeber it? It was these two boys who would travel around Europe looking and that sign would be located everywhere. I think it had something to do about a secret society or something.

Anyone?
Peter Murphy – I fall with Your Knife
Peter Murphy – I fall with Your Knife
We got it easy, adiposity
we have satelite and over 100s of channels, pestilence
we
got the internet and access to all sorts of information and boring stuff to keep us entertained. We e
ven have cars to get out of where we are and visit someone else.

So imagine these people who I dont think even had gas lamps. They would sit around and make
shadow puppets for entertainment!

Big thanks to the Gutenberg Project for archiving and sharing t
hese gems.

[via BoingBoing
kuwaitmap.jpg Lots of my friends get lost in Kuwait, ask since they are so many way to get to one place as well as the random shortcuts people pick up over their time here. So here is a good street map of Kuwait. I also have a larger scan of it thats 1.5mb if anyone needs it.

Update: Forzaq8 has posted in the comments this amazing website Baladia – Kuwait Electronic Guide, viagra sale which is Kuwait’s Mapquest. It is a bit buggy but it really is amazing. It lists schools, mosques, commercial areas, street names and etc. It even gives you search options and direction and shortest routes between two points. Only problem I have with it is that most of the features only work on IE, but I dont mind running IE for this page!

Update 2: I do not have the larger scanner of the file. I had a computer error and the file was deleted.
Was just talking to my friend who just came from the States and is used to the driving and manners ove
r there and can’t deal with the drivers here. Saying “they all have road rage! we would get stuck in 2
hour traffic and be ok about it”. This got me saying “yeah in the States you have good radio stations
, find telling you where the traffic is, keeping you entertained and laughing and your mind off the traffic
“.

Which is true, there you got choices in terms of music, radio personalities, talk or sports. There is
something for everyone. So when your stuck in traffic or on the road you dont mind, because the DJ jus
t played your favorite song, or made a good joke. or the commentary on last nights game is keeping you
mind away from the traffic. While here in Kuwait you got personalities like Dr. La Bouche AKA DLB.

This is the one thing that I can say is dfferent about Kuwait and the US, the radio. We have the same
or even better roads, same cars, and lets not talk about driving style. Every place you go has horribl
e drivers, this is something also common. Yet the only thing different we have is the radio.

Like I mentioned before I dont listen to 99.7. I found great replacements. But I would much rather listen to another Kuwaiti radio
station that would rival 99.7 and create some changes in their line up. Hopefully with the creation o
f Rai TV in Kuwait, a new private television station. A private radio station may not be that far off.
Was just talking to my friend who just came from the States and is used to the driving and manners ove
r there and can’t deal with the drivers here. Saying “they all have road rage! we would get stuck in 2
hour traffic and be ok about it”. This got me saying “yeah in the States you have good radio stations
, find telling you where the traffic is, keeping you entertained and laughing and your mind off the traffic
“.

Which is true, there you got choices in terms of music, radio personalities, talk or sports. There is
something for everyone. So when your stuck in traffic or on the road you dont mind, because the DJ jus
t played your favorite song, or made a good joke. or the commentary on last nights game is keeping you
mind away from the traffic. While here in Kuwait you got personalities like Dr. La Bouche AKA DLB.

This is the one thing that I can say is dfferent about Kuwait and the US, the radio. We have the same
or even better roads, same cars, and lets not talk about driving style. Every place you go has horribl
e drivers, this is something also common. Yet the only thing different we have is the radio.

Like I mentioned before I dont listen to 99.7. I found great replacements. But I would much rather listen to another Kuwaiti radio
station that would rival 99.7 and create some changes in their line up. Hopefully with the creation o
f Rai TV in Kuwait, a new private television station. A private radio station may not be that far off.
Something for you vodka nuggets out there!

Alex Abramovich is doing the daring, sovaldi sale he is actually find the best vodka. So after 11 types vodkas and
after a two day hangover he gives us the results in his article Hit Me W
ith Your Best Shot – Which vodka is the best?

Well seems the government is ready to start the Bubyan port project. This will be a very big thing in Kuwait and it has been something in Kuwait’s history for long time. The Ottoman’s, the British, pharmacy Iraq, and the US have been persuing this for ages., since it will be a gateway to the Gulf.

This project is going to last over 30 years and be a huge multi-stage construction process. Which is
strange since according to After doing some more searches I found this Arab Times Article on the Bubyan Project and the natural concerns there.

“One of the rare breeds of birds like the Crab Plover has1 , 600pairs breeding on Bubiyan. The next biggest population of these species is about 40 pairs.” He said there are about 18 other species which breed only on Bubiyan Island. These include falcons, flamingos and gulls. “Most of the world’s population of birds breed here making it the most import breeding ground in the whole Western Paleoartic – UK, Central and Western Europe, Turkey and the rest of the Middle East,” Dr Loughland emphasized.

And Bubyan also meets 4 out of the 6 criterias to make it a protected habitat and finding a place that just meet 1 of those criteria is rare.

I hope the government is planning is right and not destroy our natural wildlife.
Well seems the government is ready to start the Bubyan port project. This will be a very big thing in Kuwait and it has been something in Kuwait’s history for long time. The Ottoman’s, the British, pharmacy Iraq, and the US have been persuing this for ages., since it will be a gateway to the Gulf.

This project is going to last over 30 years and be a huge multi-stage construction process. Which is
strange since according to After doing some more searches I found this Arab Times Article on the Bubyan Project and the natural concerns there.

“One of the rare breeds of birds like the Crab Plover has1 , 600pairs breeding on Bubiyan. The next biggest population of these species is about 40 pairs.” He said there are about 18 other species which breed only on Bubiyan Island. These include falcons, flamingos and gulls. “Most of the world’s population of birds breed here making it the most import breeding ground in the whole Western Paleoartic – UK, Central and Western Europe, Turkey and the rest of the Middle East,” Dr Loughland emphasized.

And Bubyan also meets 4 out of the 6 criterias to make it a protected habitat and finding a place that just meet 1 of those criteria is rare.

I hope the government is planning is right and not destroy our natural wildlife.
Found A History Of Punctuation via boingboing, this
good history read, but what it triggered was a childhood memmory of this show that used the interrobang

Does anyone remeber it? It was these two boys who would travel around Europe looking and that sign would be located everywhere. I think it had something to do about a secret society or something.

Anyone?
According to this article: Bahrain, anaemia Kuwait move to boost jobs for nationals

The prime minister challenged reports that find an 11 per cent unemployment rate for Kuwaitis.

“We have no unemployment. The military and the national guard need every unemployed Kuwaiti.”

I dont know, viagra sale but isn’t the checks for the national gaurd and military also paid out by the government?

The article also states that Bahrain and Kuwait are working on improving the economy to stimulate the
job market and reduce the number of public workers being hired and “encouraging” the private sector to
hire them. If they mean the Kuwaitization process then we are screwed.

The Kuwaitization process doesn’t work. It forces companies to hire the lowest common denominator. Som
eone who is willing to get a low pay as long as he doesn’t have to work or show up. Ask any large comp
any and you’ll be sure to see that they have some Kuwaitis that are just listed in the paperwork, neve
r show up, and don’t contribute anything. This is even the problem they are facing in Bahrain.

I dont know how the government plans to do stimulate the job market, but my idea is they should invest
in Kuwaiti companies and encourage Kuwaiti start up companies. Pretty much be a venture capitalist. W
e have lots Kuwaiti with some amazingly smart ideas and dreams and just need some incentive to give t
hem a go a head.

I also dont think they should penalize companies for not hiring Kuwaitis. Instead of going to the gove
rment slush fund, it would go to a privately controlled scholarship fund with no attachments public or
private sector. And What ever the company puts in the government matches. By the company giving this
money: they list the qualifications and majors they are looking for and will hire them once they gradu
ate. This is a win-win situtation, the goverment is hiring high school drop outs, and niether are comp
anies. Both are contributing to the overall level of education in Kuwait, and there is a process where
the newly graduated have access to jobs.

This also means cutting lots of the red tape needed to open a company in Kuwait and any government tra
nsactions that occur. This will reduce costs for companies and encourage them to grow.
Peter Murphy – I fall with Your Knife
Peter Murphy – I fall with Your Knife
We got it easy, adiposity
we have satelite and over 100s of channels, pestilence
we
got the internet and access to all sorts of information and boring stuff to keep us entertained. We e
ven have cars to get out of where we are and visit someone else.

So imagine these people who I dont think even had gas lamps. They would sit around and make
shadow puppets for entertainment!

Big thanks to the Gutenberg Project for archiving and sharing t
hese gems.

[via BoingBoing
kuwaitmap.jpg Lots of my friends get lost in Kuwait, ask since they are so many way to get to one place as well as the random shortcuts people pick up over their time here. So here is a good street map of Kuwait. I also have a larger scan of it thats 1.5mb if anyone needs it.

Update: Forzaq8 has posted in the comments this amazing website Baladia – Kuwait Electronic Guide, viagra sale which is Kuwait’s Mapquest. It is a bit buggy but it really is amazing. It lists schools, mosques, commercial areas, street names and etc. It even gives you search options and direction and shortest routes between two points. Only problem I have with it is that most of the features only work on IE, but I dont mind running IE for this page!

Update 2: I do not have the larger scanner of the file. I had a computer error and the file was deleted.
Was just talking to my friend who just came from the States and is used to the driving and manners ove
r there and can’t deal with the drivers here. Saying “they all have road rage! we would get stuck in 2
hour traffic and be ok about it”. This got me saying “yeah in the States you have good radio stations
, find telling you where the traffic is, keeping you entertained and laughing and your mind off the traffic
“.

Which is true, there you got choices in terms of music, radio personalities, talk or sports. There is
something for everyone. So when your stuck in traffic or on the road you dont mind, because the DJ jus
t played your favorite song, or made a good joke. or the commentary on last nights game is keeping you
mind away from the traffic. While here in Kuwait you got personalities like Dr. La Bouche AKA DLB.

This is the one thing that I can say is dfferent about Kuwait and the US, the radio. We have the same
or even better roads, same cars, and lets not talk about driving style. Every place you go has horribl
e drivers, this is something also common. Yet the only thing different we have is the radio.

Like I mentioned before I dont listen to 99.7. I found great replacements. But I would much rather listen to another Kuwaiti radio
station that would rival 99.7 and create some changes in their line up. Hopefully with the creation o
f Rai TV in Kuwait, a new private television station. A private radio station may not be that far off.
Was just talking to my friend who just came from the States and is used to the driving and manners ove
r there and can’t deal with the drivers here. Saying “they all have road rage! we would get stuck in 2
hour traffic and be ok about it”. This got me saying “yeah in the States you have good radio stations
, find telling you where the traffic is, keeping you entertained and laughing and your mind off the traffic
“.

Which is true, there you got choices in terms of music, radio personalities, talk or sports. There is
something for everyone. So when your stuck in traffic or on the road you dont mind, because the DJ jus
t played your favorite song, or made a good joke. or the commentary on last nights game is keeping you
mind away from the traffic. While here in Kuwait you got personalities like Dr. La Bouche AKA DLB.

This is the one thing that I can say is dfferent about Kuwait and the US, the radio. We have the same
or even better roads, same cars, and lets not talk about driving style. Every place you go has horribl
e drivers, this is something also common. Yet the only thing different we have is the radio.

Like I mentioned before I dont listen to 99.7. I found great replacements. But I would much rather listen to another Kuwaiti radio
station that would rival 99.7 and create some changes in their line up. Hopefully with the creation o
f Rai TV in Kuwait, a new private television station. A private radio station may not be that far off.
Something for you vodka nuggets out there!

Alex Abramovich is doing the daring, sovaldi sale he is actually find the best vodka. So after 11 types vodkas and
after a two day hangover he gives us the results in his article Hit Me W
ith Your Best Shot – Which vodka is the best?

Well seems the government is ready to start the Bubyan port project. This will be a very big thing in Kuwait and it has been something in Kuwait’s history for long time. The Ottoman’s, the British, pharmacy Iraq, and the US have been persuing this for ages., since it will be a gateway to the Gulf.

This project is going to last over 30 years and be a huge multi-stage construction process. Which is
strange since according to After doing some more searches I found this Arab Times Article on the Bubyan Project and the natural concerns there.

“One of the rare breeds of birds like the Crab Plover has1 , 600pairs breeding on Bubiyan. The next biggest population of these species is about 40 pairs.” He said there are about 18 other species which breed only on Bubiyan Island. These include falcons, flamingos and gulls. “Most of the world’s population of birds breed here making it the most import breeding ground in the whole Western Paleoartic – UK, Central and Western Europe, Turkey and the rest of the Middle East,” Dr Loughland emphasized.

And Bubyan also meets 4 out of the 6 criterias to make it a protected habitat and finding a place that just meet 1 of those criteria is rare.

I hope the government is planning is right and not destroy our natural wildlife.
Well seems the government is ready to start the Bubyan port project. This will be a very big thing in Kuwait and it has been something in Kuwait’s history for long time. The Ottoman’s, the British, pharmacy Iraq, and the US have been persuing this for ages., since it will be a gateway to the Gulf.

This project is going to last over 30 years and be a huge multi-stage construction process. Which is
strange since according to After doing some more searches I found this Arab Times Article on the Bubyan Project and the natural concerns there.

“One of the rare breeds of birds like the Crab Plover has1 , 600pairs breeding on Bubiyan. The next biggest population of these species is about 40 pairs.” He said there are about 18 other species which breed only on Bubiyan Island. These include falcons, flamingos and gulls. “Most of the world’s population of birds breed here making it the most import breeding ground in the whole Western Paleoartic – UK, Central and Western Europe, Turkey and the rest of the Middle East,” Dr Loughland emphasized.

And Bubyan also meets 4 out of the 6 criterias to make it a protected habitat and finding a place that just meet 1 of those criteria is rare.

I hope the government is planning is right and not destroy our natural wildlife.
Found A History Of Punctuation via boingboing, this
good history read, but what it triggered was a childhood memmory of this show that used the interrobang

Does anyone remeber it? It was these two boys who would travel around Europe looking and that sign would be located everywhere. I think it had something to do about a secret society or something.

Anyone?
According to this article: Bahrain, anaemia Kuwait move to boost jobs for nationals

The prime minister challenged reports that find an 11 per cent unemployment rate for Kuwaitis.

“We have no unemployment. The military and the national guard need every unemployed Kuwaiti.”

I dont know, viagra sale but isn’t the checks for the national gaurd and military also paid out by the government?

The article also states that Bahrain and Kuwait are working on improving the economy to stimulate the
job market and reduce the number of public workers being hired and “encouraging” the private sector to
hire them. If they mean the Kuwaitization process then we are screwed.

The Kuwaitization process doesn’t work. It forces companies to hire the lowest common denominator. Som
eone who is willing to get a low pay as long as he doesn’t have to work or show up. Ask any large comp
any and you’ll be sure to see that they have some Kuwaitis that are just listed in the paperwork, neve
r show up, and don’t contribute anything. This is even the problem they are facing in Bahrain.

I dont know how the government plans to do stimulate the job market, but my idea is they should invest
in Kuwaiti companies and encourage Kuwaiti start up companies. Pretty much be a venture capitalist. W
e have lots Kuwaiti with some amazingly smart ideas and dreams and just need some incentive to give t
hem a go a head.

I also dont think they should penalize companies for not hiring Kuwaitis. Instead of going to the gove
rment slush fund, it would go to a privately controlled scholarship fund with no attachments public or
private sector. And What ever the company puts in the government matches. By the company giving this
money: they list the qualifications and majors they are looking for and will hire them once they gradu
ate. This is a win-win situtation, the goverment is hiring high school drop outs, and niether are comp
anies. Both are contributing to the overall level of education in Kuwait, and there is a process where
the newly graduated have access to jobs.

This also means cutting lots of the red tape needed to open a company in Kuwait and any government tra
nsactions that occur. This will reduce costs for companies and encourage them to grow.
According to this article: Bahrain, anaemia Kuwait move to boost jobs for nationals

The prime minister challenged reports that find an 11 per cent unemployment rate for Kuwaitis.

“We have no unemployment. The military and the national guard need every unemployed Kuwaiti.”

I dont know, viagra sale but isn’t the checks for the national gaurd and military also paid out by the government?

The article also states that Bahrain and Kuwait are working on improving the economy to stimulate the
job market and reduce the number of public workers being hired and “encouraging” the private sector to
hire them. If they mean the Kuwaitization process then we are screwed.

The Kuwaitization process doesn’t work. It forces companies to hire the lowest common denominator. Som
eone who is willing to get a low pay as long as he doesn’t have to work or show up. Ask any large comp
any and you’ll be sure to see that they have some Kuwaitis that are just listed in the paperwork, neve
r show up, and don’t contribute anything. This is even the problem they are facing in Bahrain.

I dont know how the government plans to do stimulate the job market, but my idea is they should invest
in Kuwaiti companies and encourage Kuwaiti start up companies. Pretty much be a venture capitalist. W
e have lots Kuwaiti with some amazingly smart ideas and dreams and just need some incentive to give t
hem a go a head.

I also dont think they should penalize companies for not hiring Kuwaitis. Instead of going to the gove
rment slush fund, it would go to a privately controlled scholarship fund with no attachments public or
private sector. And What ever the company puts in the government matches. By the company giving this
money: they list the qualifications and majors they are looking for and will hire them once they gradu
ate. This is a win-win situtation, the goverment is hiring high school drop outs, and niether are comp
anies. Both are contributing to the overall level of education in Kuwait, and there is a process where
the newly graduated have access to jobs.

This also means cutting lots of the red tape needed to open a company in Kuwait and any government tra
nsactions that occur. This will reduce costs for companies and encourage them to grow.
I am in Spain, pathopsychology
lived here without internet for a week, troche
in Madrid currently. Seems like my past visit h
ere I am only allowed to be here under 24 hours. It has been a good business trip learned a lot, generic and m
et some really great people. Have now connections up and down south america! Cant wait to go there and
hang out with those guys again. Seems when ever I am in these things I always hang out with the south
americans and they always get in me into trouble.

I need to learn Spanish it really is tough here not knowing spanish. Everytime they talk to me, or I w
ant to tlak to them I revert to either french or italian, luckily I havenŽt started talking german to
them. Then IŽd really get into trouble.

The place we were staying at was a monestary that was redone and redecorated to be a hotel. It was jus
t amazing seeing the old with the new we were all highly impressed. It took me a while to figure out w
hat made it so catching andtogether. Well the building structure was old stone, and the new stuff was
very minimilistic glass, metal and wood. Which is all natural items so it all just melded together. Th
ere was no plastic. Very smart and worked amazingly. Hopefully IŽll put pics up soon with all my other
ones.

Once I goto madrid and to my hotel (near airport) I change and went straight to the the city and to th
e museum. They didnŽt have anything new from last time I was there, but it was a free admission so wen
t in to check it out again, and visit the libary. There I got some more magazines and found this guide
to Spain for us busy people who try to be hip and cool but have no time and worry about work and list
s all these places where you should go, eat, be seen and stuff.

I been sick of my hair lately, just looking at the mirror and going ugh, so this while flipping though
it. I saw a salon that is the best in Madrid and I knew I had to go there. So grabbed a taxi cause if
I took the metro or walked I knew I wouldnŽt get there. And glad I did. They were full but someone wa
s a no show so I got squeezed in! As soon as I was going to the seat some girl and wanted to get in. I
was lucky by mere minutes!

So now I get this great haircut, I pretty much told the guy go at it I dont care what you do. So he bu
sted out the shaver and went at it. IŽll leave it a suprise for you guys when I get home.

So in my crazy quest for culture I got my magazines, random cds that these old guys recommened to me
Peter Murphy – I fall with Your Knife
Peter Murphy – I fall with Your Knife
We got it easy, adiposity
we have satelite and over 100s of channels, pestilence
we
got the internet and access to all sorts of information and boring stuff to keep us entertained. We e
ven have cars to get out of where we are and visit someone else.

So imagine these people who I dont think even had gas lamps. They would sit around and make
shadow puppets for entertainment!

Big thanks to the Gutenberg Project for archiving and sharing t
hese gems.

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kuwaitmap.jpg Lots of my friends get lost in Kuwait, ask since they are so many way to get to one place as well as the random shortcuts people pick up over their time here. So here is a good street map of Kuwait. I also have a larger scan of it thats 1.5mb if anyone needs it.

Update: Forzaq8 has posted in the comments this amazing website Baladia – Kuwait Electronic Guide, viagra sale which is Kuwait’s Mapquest. It is a bit buggy but it really is amazing. It lists schools, mosques, commercial areas, street names and etc. It even gives you search options and direction and shortest routes between two points. Only problem I have with it is that most of the features only work on IE, but I dont mind running IE for this page!

Update 2: I do not have the larger scanner of the file. I had a computer error and the file was deleted.
Was just talking to my friend who just came from the States and is used to the driving and manners ove
r there and can’t deal with the drivers here. Saying “they all have road rage! we would get stuck in 2
hour traffic and be ok about it”. This got me saying “yeah in the States you have good radio stations
, find telling you where the traffic is, keeping you entertained and laughing and your mind off the traffic
“.

Which is true, there you got choices in terms of music, radio personalities, talk or sports. There is
something for everyone. So when your stuck in traffic or on the road you dont mind, because the DJ jus
t played your favorite song, or made a good joke. or the commentary on last nights game is keeping you
mind away from the traffic. While here in Kuwait you got personalities like Dr. La Bouche AKA DLB.

This is the one thing that I can say is dfferent about Kuwait and the US, the radio. We have the same
or even better roads, same cars, and lets not talk about driving style. Every place you go has horribl
e drivers, this is something also common. Yet the only thing different we have is the radio.

Like I mentioned before I dont listen to 99.7. I found great replacements. But I would much rather listen to another Kuwaiti radio
station that would rival 99.7 and create some changes in their line up. Hopefully with the creation o
f Rai TV in Kuwait, a new private television station. A private radio station may not be that far off.
Was just talking to my friend who just came from the States and is used to the driving and manners ove
r there and can’t deal with the drivers here. Saying “they all have road rage! we would get stuck in 2
hour traffic and be ok about it”. This got me saying “yeah in the States you have good radio stations
, find telling you where the traffic is, keeping you entertained and laughing and your mind off the traffic
“.

Which is true, there you got choices in terms of music, radio personalities, talk or sports. There is
something for everyone. So when your stuck in traffic or on the road you dont mind, because the DJ jus
t played your favorite song, or made a good joke. or the commentary on last nights game is keeping you
mind away from the traffic. While here in Kuwait you got personalities like Dr. La Bouche AKA DLB.

This is the one thing that I can say is dfferent about Kuwait and the US, the radio. We have the same
or even better roads, same cars, and lets not talk about driving style. Every place you go has horribl
e drivers, this is something also common. Yet the only thing different we have is the radio.

Like I mentioned before I dont listen to 99.7. I found great replacements. But I would much rather listen to another Kuwaiti radio
station that would rival 99.7 and create some changes in their line up. Hopefully with the creation o
f Rai TV in Kuwait, a new private television station. A private radio station may not be that far off.
Something for you vodka nuggets out there!

Alex Abramovich is doing the daring, sovaldi sale he is actually find the best vodka. So after 11 types vodkas and
after a two day hangover he gives us the results in his article Hit Me W
ith Your Best Shot – Which vodka is the best?

Well seems the government is ready to start the Bubyan port project. This will be a very big thing in Kuwait and it has been something in Kuwait’s history for long time. The Ottoman’s, the British, pharmacy Iraq, and the US have been persuing this for ages., since it will be a gateway to the Gulf.

This project is going to last over 30 years and be a huge multi-stage construction process. Which is
strange since according to After doing some more searches I found this Arab Times Article on the Bubyan Project and the natural concerns there.

“One of the rare breeds of birds like the Crab Plover has1 , 600pairs breeding on Bubiyan. The next biggest population of these species is about 40 pairs.” He said there are about 18 other species which breed only on Bubiyan Island. These include falcons, flamingos and gulls. “Most of the world’s population of birds breed here making it the most import breeding ground in the whole Western Paleoartic – UK, Central and Western Europe, Turkey and the rest of the Middle East,” Dr Loughland emphasized.

And Bubyan also meets 4 out of the 6 criterias to make it a protected habitat and finding a place that just meet 1 of those criteria is rare.

I hope the government is planning is right and not destroy our natural wildlife.
Well seems the government is ready to start the Bubyan port project. This will be a very big thing in Kuwait and it has been something in Kuwait’s history for long time. The Ottoman’s, the British, pharmacy Iraq, and the US have been persuing this for ages., since it will be a gateway to the Gulf.

This project is going to last over 30 years and be a huge multi-stage construction process. Which is
strange since according to After doing some more searches I found this Arab Times Article on the Bubyan Project and the natural concerns there.

“One of the rare breeds of birds like the Crab Plover has1 , 600pairs breeding on Bubiyan. The next biggest population of these species is about 40 pairs.” He said there are about 18 other species which breed only on Bubiyan Island. These include falcons, flamingos and gulls. “Most of the world’s population of birds breed here making it the most import breeding ground in the whole Western Paleoartic – UK, Central and Western Europe, Turkey and the rest of the Middle East,” Dr Loughland emphasized.

And Bubyan also meets 4 out of the 6 criterias to make it a protected habitat and finding a place that just meet 1 of those criteria is rare.

I hope the government is planning is right and not destroy our natural wildlife.
Found A History Of Punctuation via boingboing, this
good history read, but what it triggered was a childhood memmory of this show that used the interrobang

Does anyone remeber it? It was these two boys who would travel around Europe looking and that sign would be located everywhere. I think it had something to do about a secret society or something.

Anyone?
According to this article: Bahrain, anaemia Kuwait move to boost jobs for nationals

The prime minister challenged reports that find an 11 per cent unemployment rate for Kuwaitis.

“We have no unemployment. The military and the national guard need every unemployed Kuwaiti.”

I dont know, viagra sale but isn’t the checks for the national gaurd and military also paid out by the government?

The article also states that Bahrain and Kuwait are working on improving the economy to stimulate the
job market and reduce the number of public workers being hired and “encouraging” the private sector to
hire them. If they mean the Kuwaitization process then we are screwed.

The Kuwaitization process doesn’t work. It forces companies to hire the lowest common denominator. Som
eone who is willing to get a low pay as long as he doesn’t have to work or show up. Ask any large comp
any and you’ll be sure to see that they have some Kuwaitis that are just listed in the paperwork, neve
r show up, and don’t contribute anything. This is even the problem they are facing in Bahrain.

I dont know how the government plans to do stimulate the job market, but my idea is they should invest
in Kuwaiti companies and encourage Kuwaiti start up companies. Pretty much be a venture capitalist. W
e have lots Kuwaiti with some amazingly smart ideas and dreams and just need some incentive to give t
hem a go a head.

I also dont think they should penalize companies for not hiring Kuwaitis. Instead of going to the gove
rment slush fund, it would go to a privately controlled scholarship fund with no attachments public or
private sector. And What ever the company puts in the government matches. By the company giving this
money: they list the qualifications and majors they are looking for and will hire them once they gradu
ate. This is a win-win situtation, the goverment is hiring high school drop outs, and niether are comp
anies. Both are contributing to the overall level of education in Kuwait, and there is a process where
the newly graduated have access to jobs.

This also means cutting lots of the red tape needed to open a company in Kuwait and any government tra
nsactions that occur. This will reduce costs for companies and encourage them to grow.
According to this article: Bahrain, anaemia Kuwait move to boost jobs for nationals

The prime minister challenged reports that find an 11 per cent unemployment rate for Kuwaitis.

“We have no unemployment. The military and the national guard need every unemployed Kuwaiti.”

I dont know, viagra sale but isn’t the checks for the national gaurd and military also paid out by the government?

The article also states that Bahrain and Kuwait are working on improving the economy to stimulate the
job market and reduce the number of public workers being hired and “encouraging” the private sector to
hire them. If they mean the Kuwaitization process then we are screwed.

The Kuwaitization process doesn’t work. It forces companies to hire the lowest common denominator. Som
eone who is willing to get a low pay as long as he doesn’t have to work or show up. Ask any large comp
any and you’ll be sure to see that they have some Kuwaitis that are just listed in the paperwork, neve
r show up, and don’t contribute anything. This is even the problem they are facing in Bahrain.

I dont know how the government plans to do stimulate the job market, but my idea is they should invest
in Kuwaiti companies and encourage Kuwaiti start up companies. Pretty much be a venture capitalist. W
e have lots Kuwaiti with some amazingly smart ideas and dreams and just need some incentive to give t
hem a go a head.

I also dont think they should penalize companies for not hiring Kuwaitis. Instead of going to the gove
rment slush fund, it would go to a privately controlled scholarship fund with no attachments public or
private sector. And What ever the company puts in the government matches. By the company giving this
money: they list the qualifications and majors they are looking for and will hire them once they gradu
ate. This is a win-win situtation, the goverment is hiring high school drop outs, and niether are comp
anies. Both are contributing to the overall level of education in Kuwait, and there is a process where
the newly graduated have access to jobs.

This also means cutting lots of the red tape needed to open a company in Kuwait and any government tra
nsactions that occur. This will reduce costs for companies and encourage them to grow.
I am in Spain, pathopsychology
lived here without internet for a week, troche
in Madrid currently. Seems like my past visit h
ere I am only allowed to be here under 24 hours. It has been a good business trip learned a lot, generic and m
et some really great people. Have now connections up and down south america! Cant wait to go there and
hang out with those guys again. Seems when ever I am in these things I always hang out with the south
americans and they always get in me into trouble.

I need to learn Spanish it really is tough here not knowing spanish. Everytime they talk to me, or I w
ant to tlak to them I revert to either french or italian, luckily I havenŽt started talking german to
them. Then IŽd really get into trouble.

The place we were staying at was a monestary that was redone and redecorated to be a hotel. It was jus
t amazing seeing the old with the new we were all highly impressed. It took me a while to figure out w
hat made it so catching andtogether. Well the building structure was old stone, and the new stuff was
very minimilistic glass, metal and wood. Which is all natural items so it all just melded together. Th
ere was no plastic. Very smart and worked amazingly. Hopefully IŽll put pics up soon with all my other
ones.

Once I goto madrid and to my hotel (near airport) I change and went straight to the the city and to th
e museum. They didnŽt have anything new from last time I was there, but it was a free admission so wen
t in to check it out again, and visit the libary. There I got some more magazines and found this guide
to Spain for us busy people who try to be hip and cool but have no time and worry about work and list
s all these places where you should go, eat, be seen and stuff.

I been sick of my hair lately, just looking at the mirror and going ugh, so this while flipping though
it. I saw a salon that is the best in Madrid and I knew I had to go there. So grabbed a taxi cause if
I took the metro or walked I knew I wouldnŽt get there. And glad I did. They were full but someone wa
s a no show so I got squeezed in! As soon as I was going to the seat some girl and wanted to get in. I
was lucky by mere minutes!

So now I get this great haircut, I pretty much told the guy go at it I dont care what you do. So he bu
sted out the shaver and went at it. IŽll leave it a suprise for you guys when I get home.

So in my crazy quest for culture I got my magazines, random cds that these old guys recommened to me
According to this article: Bahrain, anaemia Kuwait move to boost jobs for nationals

The prime minister challenged reports that find an 11 per cent unemployment rate for Kuwaitis.

“We have no unemployment. The military and the national guard need every unemployed Kuwaiti.”

I dont know, viagra sale but isn’t the checks for the national gaurd and military also paid out by the government?

The article also states that Bahrain and Kuwait are working on improving the economy to stimulate the
job market and reduce the number of public workers being hired and “encouraging” the private sector to
hire them. If they mean the Kuwaitization process then we are screwed.

The Kuwaitization process doesn’t work. It forces companies to hire the lowest common denominator. Som
eone who is willing to get a low pay as long as he doesn’t have to work or show up. Ask any large comp
any and you’ll be sure to see that they have some Kuwaitis that are just listed in the paperwork, neve
r show up, and don’t contribute anything. This is even the problem they are facing in Bahrain.

I dont know how the government plans to do stimulate the job market, but my idea is they should invest
in Kuwaiti companies and encourage Kuwaiti start up companies. Pretty much be a venture capitalist. W
e have lots Kuwaiti with some amazingly smart ideas and dreams and just need some incentive to give t
hem a go a head.

I also dont think they should penalize companies for not hiring Kuwaitis. Instead of going to the gove
rment slush fund, it would go to a privately controlled scholarship fund with no attachments public or
private sector. And What ever the company puts in the government matches. By the company giving this
money: they list the qualifications and majors they are looking for and will hire them once they gradu
ate. This is a win-win situtation, the goverment is hiring high school drop outs, and niether are comp
anies. Both are contributing to the overall level of education in Kuwait, and there is a process where
the newly graduated have access to jobs.

This also means cutting lots of the red tape needed to open a company in Kuwait and any government tra
nsactions that occur. This will reduce costs for companies and encourage them to grow.
I am in Spain, pathopsychology
lived here without internet for a week, troche
in Madrid currently. Seems like my past visit h
ere I am only allowed to be here under 24 hours. It has been a good business trip learned a lot, generic and m
et some really great people. Have now connections up and down south america! Cant wait to go there and
hang out with those guys again. Seems when ever I am in these things I always hang out with the south
americans and they always get in me into trouble.

I need to learn Spanish it really is tough here not knowing spanish. Everytime they talk to me, or I w
ant to tlak to them I revert to either french or italian, luckily I havenŽt started talking german to
them. Then IŽd really get into trouble.

The place we were staying at was a monestary that was redone and redecorated to be a hotel. It was jus
t amazing seeing the old with the new we were all highly impressed. It took me a while to figure out w
hat made it so catching andtogether. Well the building structure was old stone, and the new stuff was
very minimilistic glass, metal and wood. Which is all natural items so it all just melded together. Th
ere was no plastic. Very smart and worked amazingly. Hopefully IŽll put pics up soon with all my other
ones.

Once I goto madrid and to my hotel (near airport) I change and went straight to the the city and to th
e museum. They didnŽt have anything new from last time I was there, but it was a free admission so wen
t in to check it out again, and visit the libary. There I got some more magazines and found this guide
to Spain for us busy people who try to be hip and cool but have no time and worry about work and list
s all these places where you should go, eat, be seen and stuff.

I been sick of my hair lately, just looking at the mirror and going ugh, so this while flipping though
it. I saw a salon that is the best in Madrid and I knew I had to go there. So grabbed a taxi cause if
I took the metro or walked I knew I wouldnŽt get there. And glad I did. They were full but someone wa
s a no show so I got squeezed in! As soon as I was going to the seat some girl and wanted to get in. I
was lucky by mere minutes!

So now I get this great haircut, I pretty much told the guy go at it I dont care what you do. So he bu
sted out the shaver and went at it. IŽll leave it a suprise for you guys when I get home.

So in my crazy quest for culture I got my magazines, random cds that these old guys recommened to me
This stuff just makes me go “huh”. Mattel is releasing a Barbie in India with a working mobile phone!. Owners can “instant
message” Barbie, troche
their friends, order and other Barbies with the phone. Oh and the phone can be changed to m
atch her clothes (Nokia must behind this).

It is going for $26. I am tempted to get one just to figure out how it works. And Hello Kitty > Barbie
.

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Peter Murphy – I fall with Your Knife
Peter Murphy – I fall with Your Knife
We got it easy, adiposity
we have satelite and over 100s of channels, pestilence
we
got the internet and access to all sorts of information and boring stuff to keep us entertained. We e
ven have cars to get out of where we are and visit someone else.

So imagine these people who I dont think even had gas lamps. They would sit around and make
shadow puppets for entertainment!

Big thanks to the Gutenberg Project for archiving and sharing t
hese gems.

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kuwaitmap.jpg Lots of my friends get lost in Kuwait, ask since they are so many way to get to one place as well as the random shortcuts people pick up over their time here. So here is a good street map of Kuwait. I also have a larger scan of it thats 1.5mb if anyone needs it.

Update: Forzaq8 has posted in the comments this amazing website Baladia – Kuwait Electronic Guide, viagra sale which is Kuwait’s Mapquest. It is a bit buggy but it really is amazing. It lists schools, mosques, commercial areas, street names and etc. It even gives you search options and direction and shortest routes between two points. Only problem I have with it is that most of the features only work on IE, but I dont mind running IE for this page!

Update 2: I do not have the larger scanner of the file. I had a computer error and the file was deleted.
Was just talking to my friend who just came from the States and is used to the driving and manners ove
r there and can’t deal with the drivers here. Saying “they all have road rage! we would get stuck in 2
hour traffic and be ok about it”. This got me saying “yeah in the States you have good radio stations
, find telling you where the traffic is, keeping you entertained and laughing and your mind off the traffic
“.

Which is true, there you got choices in terms of music, radio personalities, talk or sports. There is
something for everyone. So when your stuck in traffic or on the road you dont mind, because the DJ jus
t played your favorite song, or made a good joke. or the commentary on last nights game is keeping you
mind away from the traffic. While here in Kuwait you got personalities like Dr. La Bouche AKA DLB.

This is the one thing that I can say is dfferent about Kuwait and the US, the radio. We have the same
or even better roads, same cars, and lets not talk about driving style. Every place you go has horribl
e drivers, this is something also common. Yet the only thing different we have is the radio.

Like I mentioned before I dont listen to 99.7. I found great replacements. But I would much rather listen to another Kuwaiti radio
station that would rival 99.7 and create some changes in their line up. Hopefully with the creation o
f Rai TV in Kuwait, a new private television station. A private radio station may not be that far off.
Was just talking to my friend who just came from the States and is used to the driving and manners ove
r there and can’t deal with the drivers here. Saying “they all have road rage! we would get stuck in 2
hour traffic and be ok about it”. This got me saying “yeah in the States you have good radio stations
, find telling you where the traffic is, keeping you entertained and laughing and your mind off the traffic
“.

Which is true, there you got choices in terms of music, radio personalities, talk or sports. There is
something for everyone. So when your stuck in traffic or on the road you dont mind, because the DJ jus
t played your favorite song, or made a good joke. or the commentary on last nights game is keeping you
mind away from the traffic. While here in Kuwait you got personalities like Dr. La Bouche AKA DLB.

This is the one thing that I can say is dfferent about Kuwait and the US, the radio. We have the same
or even better roads, same cars, and lets not talk about driving style. Every place you go has horribl
e drivers, this is something also common. Yet the only thing different we have is the radio.

Like I mentioned before I dont listen to 99.7. I found great replacements. But I would much rather listen to another Kuwaiti radio
station that would rival 99.7 and create some changes in their line up. Hopefully with the creation o
f Rai TV in Kuwait, a new private television station. A private radio station may not be that far off.
Something for you vodka nuggets out there!

Alex Abramovich is doing the daring, sovaldi sale he is actually find the best vodka. So after 11 types vodkas and
after a two day hangover he gives us the results in his article Hit Me W
ith Your Best Shot – Which vodka is the best?

Well seems the government is ready to start the Bubyan port project. This will be a very big thing in Kuwait and it has been something in Kuwait’s history for long time. The Ottoman’s, the British, pharmacy Iraq, and the US have been persuing this for ages., since it will be a gateway to the Gulf.

This project is going to last over 30 years and be a huge multi-stage construction process. Which is
strange since according to After doing some more searches I found this Arab Times Article on the Bubyan Project and the natural concerns there.

“One of the rare breeds of birds like the Crab Plover has1 , 600pairs breeding on Bubiyan. The next biggest population of these species is about 40 pairs.” He said there are about 18 other species which breed only on Bubiyan Island. These include falcons, flamingos and gulls. “Most of the world’s population of birds breed here making it the most import breeding ground in the whole Western Paleoartic – UK, Central and Western Europe, Turkey and the rest of the Middle East,” Dr Loughland emphasized.

And Bubyan also meets 4 out of the 6 criterias to make it a protected habitat and finding a place that just meet 1 of those criteria is rare.

I hope the government is planning is right and not destroy our natural wildlife.
Well seems the government is ready to start the Bubyan port project. This will be a very big thing in Kuwait and it has been something in Kuwait’s history for long time. The Ottoman’s, the British, pharmacy Iraq, and the US have been persuing this for ages., since it will be a gateway to the Gulf.

This project is going to last over 30 years and be a huge multi-stage construction process. Which is
strange since according to After doing some more searches I found this Arab Times Article on the Bubyan Project and the natural concerns there.

“One of the rare breeds of birds like the Crab Plover has1 , 600pairs breeding on Bubiyan. The next biggest population of these species is about 40 pairs.” He said there are about 18 other species which breed only on Bubiyan Island. These include falcons, flamingos and gulls. “Most of the world’s population of birds breed here making it the most import breeding ground in the whole Western Paleoartic – UK, Central and Western Europe, Turkey and the rest of the Middle East,” Dr Loughland emphasized.

And Bubyan also meets 4 out of the 6 criterias to make it a protected habitat and finding a place that just meet 1 of those criteria is rare.

I hope the government is planning is right and not destroy our natural wildlife.
Found A History Of Punctuation via boingboing, this
good history read, but what it triggered was a childhood memmory of this show that used the interrobang

Does anyone remeber it? It was these two boys who would travel around Europe looking and that sign would be located everywhere. I think it had something to do about a secret society or something.

Anyone?
According to this article: Bahrain, anaemia Kuwait move to boost jobs for nationals

The prime minister challenged reports that find an 11 per cent unemployment rate for Kuwaitis.

“We have no unemployment. The military and the national guard need every unemployed Kuwaiti.”

I dont know, viagra sale but isn’t the checks for the national gaurd and military also paid out by the government?

The article also states that Bahrain and Kuwait are working on improving the economy to stimulate the
job market and reduce the number of public workers being hired and “encouraging” the private sector to
hire them. If they mean the Kuwaitization process then we are screwed.

The Kuwaitization process doesn’t work. It forces companies to hire the lowest common denominator. Som
eone who is willing to get a low pay as long as he doesn’t have to work or show up. Ask any large comp
any and you’ll be sure to see that they have some Kuwaitis that are just listed in the paperwork, neve
r show up, and don’t contribute anything. This is even the problem they are facing in Bahrain.

I dont know how the government plans to do stimulate the job market, but my idea is they should invest
in Kuwaiti companies and encourage Kuwaiti start up companies. Pretty much be a venture capitalist. W
e have lots Kuwaiti with some amazingly smart ideas and dreams and just need some incentive to give t
hem a go a head.

I also dont think they should penalize companies for not hiring Kuwaitis. Instead of going to the gove
rment slush fund, it would go to a privately controlled scholarship fund with no attachments public or
private sector. And What ever the company puts in the government matches. By the company giving this
money: they list the qualifications and majors they are looking for and will hire them once they gradu
ate. This is a win-win situtation, the goverment is hiring high school drop outs, and niether are comp
anies. Both are contributing to the overall level of education in Kuwait, and there is a process where
the newly graduated have access to jobs.

This also means cutting lots of the red tape needed to open a company in Kuwait and any government tra
nsactions that occur. This will reduce costs for companies and encourage them to grow.
According to this article: Bahrain, anaemia Kuwait move to boost jobs for nationals

The prime minister challenged reports that find an 11 per cent unemployment rate for Kuwaitis.

“We have no unemployment. The military and the national guard need every unemployed Kuwaiti.”

I dont know, viagra sale but isn’t the checks for the national gaurd and military also paid out by the government?

The article also states that Bahrain and Kuwait are working on improving the economy to stimulate the
job market and reduce the number of public workers being hired and “encouraging” the private sector to
hire them. If they mean the Kuwaitization process then we are screwed.

The Kuwaitization process doesn’t work. It forces companies to hire the lowest common denominator. Som
eone who is willing to get a low pay as long as he doesn’t have to work or show up. Ask any large comp
any and you’ll be sure to see that they have some Kuwaitis that are just listed in the paperwork, neve
r show up, and don’t contribute anything. This is even the problem they are facing in Bahrain.

I dont know how the government plans to do stimulate the job market, but my idea is they should invest
in Kuwaiti companies and encourage Kuwaiti start up companies. Pretty much be a venture capitalist. W
e have lots Kuwaiti with some amazingly smart ideas and dreams and just need some incentive to give t
hem a go a head.

I also dont think they should penalize companies for not hiring Kuwaitis. Instead of going to the gove
rment slush fund, it would go to a privately controlled scholarship fund with no attachments public or
private sector. And What ever the company puts in the government matches. By the company giving this
money: they list the qualifications and majors they are looking for and will hire them once they gradu
ate. This is a win-win situtation, the goverment is hiring high school drop outs, and niether are comp
anies. Both are contributing to the overall level of education in Kuwait, and there is a process where
the newly graduated have access to jobs.

This also means cutting lots of the red tape needed to open a company in Kuwait and any government tra
nsactions that occur. This will reduce costs for companies and encourage them to grow.
I am in Spain, pathopsychology
lived here without internet for a week, troche
in Madrid currently. Seems like my past visit h
ere I am only allowed to be here under 24 hours. It has been a good business trip learned a lot, generic and m
et some really great people. Have now connections up and down south america! Cant wait to go there and
hang out with those guys again. Seems when ever I am in these things I always hang out with the south
americans and they always get in me into trouble.

I need to learn Spanish it really is tough here not knowing spanish. Everytime they talk to me, or I w
ant to tlak to them I revert to either french or italian, luckily I havenŽt started talking german to
them. Then IŽd really get into trouble.

The place we were staying at was a monestary that was redone and redecorated to be a hotel. It was jus
t amazing seeing the old with the new we were all highly impressed. It took me a while to figure out w
hat made it so catching andtogether. Well the building structure was old stone, and the new stuff was
very minimilistic glass, metal and wood. Which is all natural items so it all just melded together. Th
ere was no plastic. Very smart and worked amazingly. Hopefully IŽll put pics up soon with all my other
ones.

Once I goto madrid and to my hotel (near airport) I change and went straight to the the city and to th
e museum. They didnŽt have anything new from last time I was there, but it was a free admission so wen
t in to check it out again, and visit the libary. There I got some more magazines and found this guide
to Spain for us busy people who try to be hip and cool but have no time and worry about work and list
s all these places where you should go, eat, be seen and stuff.

I been sick of my hair lately, just looking at the mirror and going ugh, so this while flipping though
it. I saw a salon that is the best in Madrid and I knew I had to go there. So grabbed a taxi cause if
I took the metro or walked I knew I wouldnŽt get there. And glad I did. They were full but someone wa
s a no show so I got squeezed in! As soon as I was going to the seat some girl and wanted to get in. I
was lucky by mere minutes!

So now I get this great haircut, I pretty much told the guy go at it I dont care what you do. So he bu
sted out the shaver and went at it. IŽll leave it a suprise for you guys when I get home.

So in my crazy quest for culture I got my magazines, random cds that these old guys recommened to me
According to this article: Bahrain, anaemia Kuwait move to boost jobs for nationals

The prime minister challenged reports that find an 11 per cent unemployment rate for Kuwaitis.

“We have no unemployment. The military and the national guard need every unemployed Kuwaiti.”

I dont know, viagra sale but isn’t the checks for the national gaurd and military also paid out by the government?

The article also states that Bahrain and Kuwait are working on improving the economy to stimulate the
job market and reduce the number of public workers being hired and “encouraging” the private sector to
hire them. If they mean the Kuwaitization process then we are screwed.

The Kuwaitization process doesn’t work. It forces companies to hire the lowest common denominator. Som
eone who is willing to get a low pay as long as he doesn’t have to work or show up. Ask any large comp
any and you’ll be sure to see that they have some Kuwaitis that are just listed in the paperwork, neve
r show up, and don’t contribute anything. This is even the problem they are facing in Bahrain.

I dont know how the government plans to do stimulate the job market, but my idea is they should invest
in Kuwaiti companies and encourage Kuwaiti start up companies. Pretty much be a venture capitalist. W
e have lots Kuwaiti with some amazingly smart ideas and dreams and just need some incentive to give t
hem a go a head.

I also dont think they should penalize companies for not hiring Kuwaitis. Instead of going to the gove
rment slush fund, it would go to a privately controlled scholarship fund with no attachments public or
private sector. And What ever the company puts in the government matches. By the company giving this
money: they list the qualifications and majors they are looking for and will hire them once they gradu
ate. This is a win-win situtation, the goverment is hiring high school drop outs, and niether are comp
anies. Both are contributing to the overall level of education in Kuwait, and there is a process where
the newly graduated have access to jobs.

This also means cutting lots of the red tape needed to open a company in Kuwait and any government tra
nsactions that occur. This will reduce costs for companies and encourage them to grow.
I am in Spain, pathopsychology
lived here without internet for a week, troche
in Madrid currently. Seems like my past visit h
ere I am only allowed to be here under 24 hours. It has been a good business trip learned a lot, generic and m
et some really great people. Have now connections up and down south america! Cant wait to go there and
hang out with those guys again. Seems when ever I am in these things I always hang out with the south
americans and they always get in me into trouble.

I need to learn Spanish it really is tough here not knowing spanish. Everytime they talk to me, or I w
ant to tlak to them I revert to either french or italian, luckily I havenŽt started talking german to
them. Then IŽd really get into trouble.

The place we were staying at was a monestary that was redone and redecorated to be a hotel. It was jus
t amazing seeing the old with the new we were all highly impressed. It took me a while to figure out w
hat made it so catching andtogether. Well the building structure was old stone, and the new stuff was
very minimilistic glass, metal and wood. Which is all natural items so it all just melded together. Th
ere was no plastic. Very smart and worked amazingly. Hopefully IŽll put pics up soon with all my other
ones.

Once I goto madrid and to my hotel (near airport) I change and went straight to the the city and to th
e museum. They didnŽt have anything new from last time I was there, but it was a free admission so wen
t in to check it out again, and visit the libary. There I got some more magazines and found this guide
to Spain for us busy people who try to be hip and cool but have no time and worry about work and list
s all these places where you should go, eat, be seen and stuff.

I been sick of my hair lately, just looking at the mirror and going ugh, so this while flipping though
it. I saw a salon that is the best in Madrid and I knew I had to go there. So grabbed a taxi cause if
I took the metro or walked I knew I wouldnŽt get there. And glad I did. They were full but someone wa
s a no show so I got squeezed in! As soon as I was going to the seat some girl and wanted to get in. I
was lucky by mere minutes!

So now I get this great haircut, I pretty much told the guy go at it I dont care what you do. So he bu
sted out the shaver and went at it. IŽll leave it a suprise for you guys when I get home.

So in my crazy quest for culture I got my magazines, random cds that these old guys recommened to me
This stuff just makes me go “huh”. Mattel is releasing a Barbie in India with a working mobile phone!. Owners can “instant
message” Barbie, troche
their friends, order and other Barbies with the phone. Oh and the phone can be changed to m
atch her clothes (Nokia must behind this).

It is going for $26. I am tempted to get one just to figure out how it works. And Hello Kitty > Barbie
.

[via BoingBoing]
According to this article: Bahrain, anaemia Kuwait move to boost jobs for nationals

The prime minister challenged reports that find an 11 per cent unemployment rate for Kuwaitis.

“We have no unemployment. The military and the national guard need every unemployed Kuwaiti.”

I dont know, viagra sale but isn’t the checks for the national gaurd and military also paid out by the government?

The article also states that Bahrain and Kuwait are working on improving the economy to stimulate the
job market and reduce the number of public workers being hired and “encouraging” the private sector to
hire them. If they mean the Kuwaitization process then we are screwed.

The Kuwaitization process doesn’t work. It forces companies to hire the lowest common denominator. Som
eone who is willing to get a low pay as long as he doesn’t have to work or show up. Ask any large comp
any and you’ll be sure to see that they have some Kuwaitis that are just listed in the paperwork, neve
r show up, and don’t contribute anything. This is even the problem they are facing in Bahrain.

I dont know how the government plans to do stimulate the job market, but my idea is they should invest
in Kuwaiti companies and encourage Kuwaiti start up companies. Pretty much be a venture capitalist. W
e have lots Kuwaiti with some amazingly smart ideas and dreams and just need some incentive to give t
hem a go a head.

I also dont think they should penalize companies for not hiring Kuwaitis. Instead of going to the gove
rment slush fund, it would go to a privately controlled scholarship fund with no attachments public or
private sector. And What ever the company puts in the government matches. By the company giving this
money: they list the qualifications and majors they are looking for and will hire them once they gradu
ate. This is a win-win situtation, the goverment is hiring high school drop outs, and niether are comp
anies. Both are contributing to the overall level of education in Kuwait, and there is a process where
the newly graduated have access to jobs.

This also means cutting lots of the red tape needed to open a company in Kuwait and any government tra
nsactions that occur. This will reduce costs for companies and encourage them to grow.
I am in Spain, pathopsychology
lived here without internet for a week, troche
in Madrid currently. Seems like my past visit h
ere I am only allowed to be here under 24 hours. It has been a good business trip learned a lot, generic and m
et some really great people. Have now connections up and down south america! Cant wait to go there and
hang out with those guys again. Seems when ever I am in these things I always hang out with the south
americans and they always get in me into trouble.

I need to learn Spanish it really is tough here not knowing spanish. Everytime they talk to me, or I w
ant to tlak to them I revert to either french or italian, luckily I havenŽt started talking german to
them. Then IŽd really get into trouble.

The place we were staying at was a monestary that was redone and redecorated to be a hotel. It was jus
t amazing seeing the old with the new we were all highly impressed. It took me a while to figure out w
hat made it so catching andtogether. Well the building structure was old stone, and the new stuff was
very minimilistic glass, metal and wood. Which is all natural items so it all just melded together. Th
ere was no plastic. Very smart and worked amazingly. Hopefully IŽll put pics up soon with all my other
ones.

Once I goto madrid and to my hotel (near airport) I change and went straight to the the city and to th
e museum. They didnŽt have anything new from last time I was there, but it was a free admission so wen
t in to check it out again, and visit the libary. There I got some more magazines and found this guide
to Spain for us busy people who try to be hip and cool but have no time and worry about work and list
s all these places where you should go, eat, be seen and stuff.

I been sick of my hair lately, just looking at the mirror and going ugh, so this while flipping though
it. I saw a salon that is the best in Madrid and I knew I had to go there. So grabbed a taxi cause if
I took the metro or walked I knew I wouldnŽt get there. And glad I did. They were full but someone wa
s a no show so I got squeezed in! As soon as I was going to the seat some girl and wanted to get in. I
was lucky by mere minutes!

So now I get this great haircut, I pretty much told the guy go at it I dont care what you do. So he bu
sted out the shaver and went at it. IŽll leave it a suprise for you guys when I get home.

So in my crazy quest for culture I got my magazines, random cds that these old guys recommened to me
This stuff just makes me go “huh”. Mattel is releasing a Barbie in India with a working mobile phone!. Owners can “instant
message” Barbie, troche
their friends, order and other Barbies with the phone. Oh and the phone can be changed to m
atch her clothes (Nokia must behind this).

It is going for $26. I am tempted to get one just to figure out how it works. And Hello Kitty > Barbie
.

[via BoingBoing]
So at the airport, discount
at 5am, ailment
I got like 1 hour of sleep maybe. Going ot catch it all up in the planes on
the way back.

So extremely tired been not eating right lately, just missing out on meals and resorting to just 1. Bo
dy just feels out of whack and cant wait to get home and get some rest. It has been a long trip, every
day up at 7am and to bed at 3am. It is about itme I got home.

I am really annoyed with this spanish keyboard. It is better than the french and some other europeans
since I dont have to go and change letters but the symbols are placed in strange locations.

/ is shift 7
– is um next to right shift key
: is above the .

Those are ones I use the most especially the /. I wonder if peoples use of computers and internet coul
d be linked to the type of keyboard they use. I mean having the / above the 7 is a pain moves your fin
gers away from the keys.

The : isnŽt so bad it is atleast close. I dont ever know where the backslash is oh wait found it it is
next to the 1. Weird I have to hit Alt-Gr to place it. That alone could have cut the spanish use of d
os and *nix based system by a couple years.

Anyways I am just rambling with my lack of sleep. To each their. For all I know spanish people on the
keyboard could be lightning and dont have that huge a hassle with typing. But I do believe the is a
pain.

One thought on “Adios!”

  1. wait wait wait !!!
    ” get home and get some rest ”

    you rest at your Home !?!?!

    and all this time i thought you only sleep at dewaniya !

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