posted by Ramzi @ 6:58 PM
MABROUKKKKKKKKKKKKKK to us all!!
Nice! Now where is the meat?Here is my analysis of Bashar's interview with CNN.President Bashar made four points at his interview:1. He was not an accidental president. He was in Europe studying to be an optometrist so he will excel at his crash course of military training after the death of his brother (may God punish him).2. He is not a dictator, he was elected by the people. The Syrian Constitution was changed so any Syrian under 34 can run for office president unopposed!3. Syria is willing to cooperate with the U.S. on the war on terror if given the right price! Translation, Syria is willing to arrest, torture, and kill any “terrorist” if the price is right. Now, it is the people supporting the insurgents in Iraq, tomorrow it will be Hamas and Hizbullah supporters!4. Syria has no history of assassination! With the exception of people committing suicide with three bullets in their heads, Syria does not assassinate in Syria. In Lebanon, yes but not in Syria. In Syria they put anyone opposing the mafia regime in jail until they forget their names or are carried to their graves after dying of “natural causes”. One other option is to listen to the Baathist thugs and do what they order you to do!
Ana I like it a lot, especially the tiny cedars in the sidebar :) thx again Ramzi. Ghassan, are you sure you're commenting in the right post?
I like this... On the top though, the colors are a bit too powerful! My eyes hurt a bit when I look at it. Otherwise, the page is beautiful!
correction: it's not the "colors," but specifically the red on the top bar that hurts my eyes. If its just me, then I'll just scroll down from there as soon as I can.
Never felt so lebanese before....great renovation...good job RAZ..Do you make stamps too?..ah just kiddin bro
The blog looks better and livelier.Please do something about the RED.Thanks (everybody) for keeping it going...
We had discussed the colors, and this was our point: This particular color (not the dark red, nor the light, russet, or brownish one) symbolizes the Lebanese flag color. It co-exists with the green and the white, and without it, the whole new template is useless. Is it that annoying? I think it is much more reduced than the previous template.
This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.
It is much reduced, and that is a good improvement. I think if the red field is split, just like those on the flag, i.e. two stripes above and below the white field (which reduces the red's intensity) it may work. Remember the glare of the monitor is different from the beauty of the fluttering flag. Nevertheless the fluttering cedar is great. Anyway the whole thing may just be because of the color setting of my monitor.Let me cut the crap, the blog is cooler than before...the pulsating heart says it all.
Great job, thanks Ramzi... I can sense how much time it took you to pay attention to the least details. ya3teek el-3afye :)
Post a Comment
(more to come, watch this space)