Joys of the A’azza

Kuwait has started using robot jockeys for their camel races.
Kuwait has started using robot jockeys for their camel races.
Big thanks to McArabian for pointing this out, illness cause I read the first two paragraphs on my phone last night and stopped.

The Wall Street Journal has quoted my Sham Crap post on the Arabized Simpsons in their article: – D’oh! Arabized Simpsons Aren’t Getting Many Laughs.

Kuwait has started using robot jockeys for their camel races.
Big thanks to McArabian for pointing this out, illness cause I read the first two paragraphs on my phone last night and stopped.

The Wall Street Journal has quoted my Sham Crap post on the Arabized Simpsons in their article: – D’oh! Arabized Simpsons Aren’t Getting Many Laughs.

We had a death in the family a couple days ago. No one close, viagra sale but not that far (grandfathers uncles something or other). I went and attended the burial, cialis 40mg and then also stood at the A’azza. It was a great experience showing the the real benifit of this type of cultural/religous event, more about for it was about family and friends. Being there I met so many other cousins of mine that I didn’t know about and really had no idea existed. I even met one who has the same name as me. I kept hearing about him existing but never met him.

At the end of it all we made a nice list of all the family members with there phone numbers to create a database for us all so we can keep track of each other, and also know who to invite for other family functions.

I and others have complained about the A’azza approach and how really it is time consuming and tiring, yet we forgot so quickly the real purpose of it. It is to bring people together even at death.

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