Some light satirical relief: Moses and a Mountain of Zionism
and a dose of Islamophobia...
"But of course the land theft continues, as does the killing – killing Palestinians being the Israeli national pass time. Plus it just seems that attacking, harrasing and shooting at Palestinians is as Israeli as assaulting the USS Liberty."
Facebook user tips and tricks to keep users up to speed with their constantly changing interface.
"Facebook recently rolled out an update to its commenting system. Now, instead of pressing Comment, you simply press the Enter key to save a comment. More excitingly, however, Facebook silently rolled out another new feature at the same time: you can now edit comments!"
Giving tyrants a taste of their own medicine- getting what they had coming to them:
"As long as dictators have their power, their aides, and money, as long as the masses are united and standing against the tyrant, then all tyrants would be punished and end up either killed or imprisoned"
"What the Arab world is experiencing these days is the fruit and labor of decades of repression and oppression. The tyrants of today, where once revolutionaries of the past, they lead a selected group of friends and officers to the top echelon of power. Nasser of Egypt transformed Egypt from a monarchy to a republic, Egyptians were happy, he changed the constitution. In 1965 he was the sole candidate for the presidency, his rivals where either in jail or reduced to some secondary positions in the political arena of Egypt. He executed leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood, as a result of a failed assassination attempt on his life. He was the inspiration for a young Libyan army called Muammar Al Gaddafi to over throw the Libyan monarch Idris I."
A cautionary tale:
"If you believe that we live in a world where having at least one credit card is a must, then you might be economically indoctrinated.
Aside from credit history concerns, the strongest selling point for credit cards is that you, the citizen, may never know when you would be in urgent need of money which you would not have at the time. Hence, a plastic card endowed with credit (money) could save the day."
Good Turnout In Today’s Anti Sectarian Rally [Photos]
Beirut has a repeat of LAIQUE Pride, this time a bit more far-reaching than a march that is often confined to a younger "Some say 50,000 , some say 7,000 . I guess it’s a good sign that the movement is getting caught up in the numbers game. This shows they’re becoming mainstream.."
A lesson in professionalism - etiquette for rejection:
"Maybe you had a bad experience with the recruiters in Lebanon like me, Unfortunately, there are plenty of recruiters out there that operate without ethics and some companies that encourage that behavior.
For unprofessional companies in Lebanon please read this:
What do job seekers want?"