March

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I’m sure all of you who have driven by the Lebanese Highway have noticed the latest political campaign. Well I guess these campaigns have really been targeting – EVERYONE – lately, and by that I mean all levels of IQ, all ages. No brain challenging whatsoever, simple brainwashing-take-you-by-the hand and ‘feed-you-with-a spoon’ messages. I personally felt quite offended to see the exaggerated level of simplicity in the messages of the latest campaign. What do they take us for? If only they invested all those wasted billboards money in teaching the citizens more profitable values – but it’s probably our job to do that.

Where are the lebanese parents?

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I can’t stand it anymore to go to public family places and see this “maid” phenomenon. This modern slavery should be abolished. Since when do kids need constant stranger nannying when their parents are perfectly healthy? Unfortunately, the mothers seem to be more interested in their own sex-appeal rather than taking care of their children, and the fathers seem to be more interested in making loads of cash to spend on showing off  their fellow citizens. This aspect of our society saddens me very much.

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