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New set of BALLS !!!!!

The half witted accountant surprised me tonight with his“franc parler”. I wonder what it is that woke him up from his deep slumber and moreover what will be the repercussion of his speech. Although Saniora referred to Syria as the sister state; he did put the blame on the Syrian regime for the current vacuum, the sponsoring of armed Palestinian factions outside the confinement of refugee camps,…etc. Saniora echoed the voice of many Lebanese (and I am one of them).
How will Bashar react to his less then submissive speech, I fear the worst.
Yes I was pleasantly surprised by the speech of Mr. Saniora, I will by Sunday restrict my wonderings to the strict minimum and would suggest all people residing in Lebanon to do the same.
Stay safe.

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March 28, 2008 - Posted by | Lebanon, Palestinians, Saniora, Syria

10 Comments »

  1. Finally, a Prime Minister who says what most of us think!

    Comment by kheireddine | March 29, 2008

  2. Ah yes, why keep the momentum going, “lets all go hide in the ditch”, because if/when shit hits the fan, thats what all the Lebanese do.

    You all need a pair of patriotic testicle transplants…

    Comment by Anonymous | March 29, 2008

  3. I do not need to take lessons in patriotism from you or any one else for that matter, I have enough scares to prove it. If you do not value your life that is your prerogative, but I would not orphan my son for sake of having a beer in Gemayzeh.
    @ Kheir,
    Let us hope that this will be the “dish of the day” from now on. I have to admit I did like his speech, especially when he mentioned the armistice.

    Comment by Marillionlb | March 29, 2008

  4. juste une question rapide..
    vous êtes concerné par cette décision de fermer 20 pubs de gemmayzé ?

    Comment by frenchy | March 31, 2008

  5. La liste des 20 pubs nous sera communiquee aujourd’hui. J’espere pas.
    On avait suggerait de faire de la rue une zone pietonne avec des navettes de la gare helou et de laisser seul les habitants du quartier y acceder par voiture, mais sans reponse.

    Comment by Marillionlb | April 1, 2008

  6. Ben j espère que non non plus:

    j arrive mis avril pour profiter de votre invitation à boire un verre !

    Comment by frenchy | April 1, 2008

  7. Tiens, à vous lire, l’envie d’écouter ce fameux speech m’a prise !
    Je commenterais après écoute !

    Comment by ROMANOS | April 1, 2008

  8. The list of the closed pubs is in l’Orient-Le-Jour:

    Ont été touchés par la décision du ministère du Tourisme les établissements suivants, selon les décrets numéros 116 à 132 datés du 1er avril 2008 : à Gemmayzé, Downstairs, Nectar, Biscuit, Bar Louie, Molly Malones, Topas, Flirtini, Louie Shots, Living Room, Juniper, In Tuition, Rumors, Treesome, Dice et Porto ; à Sin el-Fil, Yaba ; et à Hamra, Ntime Pub and Rest.

    Comment by Kheireddine | April 2, 2008

  9. Un de mes partenaire a vu 3 de ces pubs a Gemayzeh ferme a 10 du soir hier devant ses clients.
    @A Frenchy,
    Laisse moi savoir quand et on ira dienr et boire un verre.

    Comment by Marillionlb | April 2, 2008

  10. Romanos,
    Bienvenu, et on attend de savoir votre opinion.

    Comment by Marillionlb | April 2, 2008


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