It turns out Syria IS Iraq & midwives are important!: spoof of Friedman!
Published July 30th, 2012 - 09:05 GMT
Find out 'how' Syria is Iraq and where midwifery fits in a
blogger's spoof of New York Time's Thomas Friedman; Getting arts and
crafty in Amman; to be romantic or not to be; and start climbing the
stairway to success!
Lord knows I am rooting for the opposition forces in Syria because I want you to think of me as a freedom-loving type of guy. But we both know that they won’t prevail, primarily because that means all my arguments of the past thirty years would be proven wrong. Also, because Syria is Iraq. Think of this: if you take out the Q and add an S and a Y, and rearrange the R, I and A, you will see that Syria is indeed Iraq. Also, they are both generic and interchangeable Middle Eastern countries. And this will save me having to do any research about Syria. They were both ruled by men with moustaches. Like me, but let’s not dwell on that.
I believe I have mentioned before that I gave classes at Amman Baccalaureate School for the summer camp for the last five weeks, still one more week to go~
Sharing the experience of arts and crafts is a wonderful thing especially that my students were so creative and funny! I enjoyed every moment watching the creative art work as much as the scribbles.
Success is a staircase that comes in steps: my good news!
Today is one of the good days, or lets say the special ones. Not just because I crossed the 100,000 follower mark on twitter and was humbled by a congratulations (Alf Mabrook) and a “follow” from Her Majesty Queen Noor, but also because I received the official confirmation of a 12 years old dream.