Thursday, June 02, 2005


Egyptians in action, seeking democracy.

12 comments:

Me, Myself and I said...

I highly recommend that someone suggest to the ass who commissioned this sign to add " we raassney ya gadaaaa"...i am having an awful democracy day today

حـدوتـة said...

looks like a sheteema to me! "mubarak we ebn mubarak we ebn ebn mubarak welli yetshaded lohom!!"

Lasto-adri *Blue* said...

have u heard that bush is going to nominate his son to the next presidency elections in US..?!!!

eshme3na gamal ba2a :D :D :D :D
ya3ni howa elli we23 mn a3r el ofa :d

ya 7awl ALLAH..

The Sandmonkey said...

Bush has no son. He has 2 daughters: Barbra and jenna. Both are 23 years old and therefore can not run for offfice in the US.

And if you are referring to the elder Bush, and u mean W. Brother Jeb, then i would like to inform you that this is a rumor and completly not true. Jeb has no interest in becoming President- as he stated time and time again- and i am not even sure that the american people would be very keen on making the bushes more of a dynasty then they already are.

Just saying...

Anonymous said...

For us ignerant westerners, what does the sign say?

Tater

Me, Myself and I said...

Hey SMonkey...Gamal has also stated that he has not intest in the presidency, give the guy a break then you guys...and i agree no chance for Jeb..

Mohamed said...

Yeah, no chance for Jeb, and no change for Jimmy!

Tater, I'm kinda ashamed to translate.

Manal said...

Tater:

A YES majority, and with love to: Mobarak, the son of Mobarak, and the son of the son of Mobarak!!!

By: the family of Hamed Mossa

we dont care whether it's Alaa or Gamal, as long that it is "Mobarak's son"..7aga min ree7to wi el salam

zoss said...

no shame in translating. I think it says: ('Yes!' in consensus, and with love; Mohamed Hosni Mobarak, and Mubarak's son, and Mubrak's grandson. signed, ....'s family.)

Me,Myself and I said...

Hey true no shame...adddy yani...in the spirt of democracy, which we are yearning for, Hamed Moussa has the right to express and share with us what he feels/thinks/believs regardless of how offensive, disgusting, repulive and nasueating they could be...who is this ass anyway..would love to get into such a brain and see how it operates or does ot operate..A day in the brains of Hamed Moussa--Hurray..I need to admit though that the sign looks too offensive..For some years now, i have been reacting very negatively to pics of M, and such signs though..begad, i cringe seeing them on the streetw..but since i do not drive i have the luxury of truning my face or shutting my eyes as i pass them...nevertheless these offensive landmarks serve a good purpose for me...I use them to give people directions to my work...on the xxxxx..u shall find a pic ofM, pass it, then prompto another one, pass that one too..then trun right,a bingo u shall be there..have a lovely day

Mohamed said...

Ok, here's a good exercise (but one that is very bad for your health). From now until September, we count how many similar signs are up in the streets, the ones which are up by 'regular' people (shop owners and the like).

Then we can start to put our hands on the causes for the mess we're in.

programmer craig said...

I think Jeb may have a chance in 2012. He'll have to get an extreme makeover due to some mistakes he's made lately, but he has 8 years to convince people he's changed :)

I'm betting 2008, a democrat wins the presidency. After a 2 term presidency, usually the vice president wins the presidency for the incumbent party, or the opposition does. Examples: Bush Sr was Reagan's VP for two terms, and won the Presidency in 1988. Gore was Clinton's VP for two terms, and lost the Presidential race in 2000. So, historically, we should have Cheney vs a Democrat in 2008, but Cheney isn't going to run.

Yay. Go Hillary! *barf*

I'm gonna immigrate to Egypt. Can I do that? I can wave a "We love you Mubarak" as well as the next guy.