Monthly Archives: September 2010

Back to basics

. . . . . And to think… that our Minister of Public Works Ghazi Aridi answered ‘Right’ to the above! *Facepalm* If I were in charge I’d sentence him to a couple of hours of ‘Torture by traffic‘. Because … Continue reading

Posted in Cartoons | Tagged basics, beirut, Dbayeh, fashion show, ghazi aridi, kindergarten, Lebanon, minister, ministry, naccache, nataly fadlallah, nataly's agency, public works, right, runway, rush hour, School, traffic, wrong | 47 Comments

Peace of land

In summary, it would be GREAT if the municipalities could set a quota (and enforce it) for building construction in residential areas according to market needs and nature preservation! Today’s post was featured in If you’re around Beirut today … Continue reading

Posted in Cartoons | Tagged beirut, building, construction, corruption, crowded, destruction, forest, illegal, journalist, Lebanon, mountains, nature, pine tree, real estate, residence, sahel alma, war | 22 Comments

Excuses * Updates

. . . * * * . . . . . . . And this poetry book belongs to the lovely Pascal Uccelli, for his upcoming book L’écriture sans calmants… Poésie Body Bags – Writing without sedatives. You can read … Continue reading

Posted in Cartoons | Tagged alcools, apollinaire, boat, captain, cargo, enough violence and explotation, KAFA, pascal uccelli, poetry, ship, women rights, zone | 8 Comments

Heads or tails?

. . . It’s a shame how politicized religious parties in Lebanon have become. Making the most of every single chance to emphasize disparities; for example, making sure every single sect has a different Eid date. In all cases, let’s … Continue reading

Posted in Cartoons | Tagged coin tossing, date, eid mubarak, fitr, Lebanon, ramadan karim, random, religion, sects, shiite, sunni | 9 Comments