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Wednesday, July 27, 2005

More GMAT Study Strategy :-)

OK, I'm gonna bore you again with more useful info about cracking the GMAT. There are few important links for anyone interested in passing the GMAT and going into the MBA.

  • The 2nd Forum that tackles GMAT Questions. ( Now yall need to pay attention here, these 2 forums are all you need to study for the GMAT, they are based on feedback from GMATers).

  • Here is the complete list of current Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA) Topics used during the administration of the GMAT®. Here is the breakdown of the GMAT Exam:
  • CAT System Tutorial, Practice, and Demonstration of Competence Analytical Writing Assessment (60 minutes) Analysis of an Issue (30 minutes, 1 topic)* Analysis of an Argument (30 minutes, 1 topic) *****5-minute break (optional) ****** Quantitative Section (75 minutes)** Problem Solving (23/24 questions) Data Sufficiency (13/14 questions) Total number of questions: 37 (28 scored, 9 unscored***) *****5-minute break (optional) ****** Verbal Section (75 minutes) Critical Reasoning (14/15 questions) Sentence Correction (14/15 questions) Reading Comprehension (4 passages, 12/14 questions) Total number of questions: 41 (30 scored, 11 unscored***) TOTAL TESTING TIME: 3 hours, 20 minutes
As you know the GMAT Test is adaptive. To know how does that work check out this Link. OK, Now that I summed it up, I wont bring the GMAT up again I promise :-) I have been studying it for the past week and I got a couple more weeks :-( PALFORCE

Tuesday, July 26, 2005

Friedman Wrong About Muslims Again

Juan Cole corrects ignoramus Tom Friedman -- excellent article to circulate to friends and colleagues interested in the region. ------------------------------------------ Informed Comment Thoughts on the Middle East, History, and Religion Juan Cole is Professor of History at the University of Michigan Saturday, July 09, 2005 Friedman Wrong About Muslims Again And the Amman Statement on EcumenismTom Friedman is a Middle East expert who knows a lot about Islam. Why, then, does he keep saying misleading things? He wrote in his latest column, "To this day - to this day - no major Muslim cleric or religious body has ever issued a fatwa condemning Osama bin Laden." A "fatwa" is simply a considered opinion of a Muslim jurisconsult. Such opinions are numerous. First of all, almost all the major Shiite Grand Ayatollahs have condemned Bin Laden and al-Qaeda. You could say that is easy, since Shiites don't generally like Wahhabis. But they are the leaders of 120 million Muslims (some ten percent of the 1.2 billion). So that is one. Tracking these things down is time-consuming, but this should do: Ayatollah Muhammad Husain Fadlallah of Lebanon condemns Osama Bin Laden.So then what about the Sunni world? The leading moral authority for Sunnis is the rector or Grand Imam of the al-Azhar Seminary/ University in Cairo, Egypt. Al-Azhar is perhaps the world's oldest continuous university and has been since the time of Saladin a major center of Sunni religious authority. The current incumbent is Shaikh Muhammad Sayyid Tantawi. So what about Tantawi and Bin Laden? Grand Imam of Al-Azhar seminary, Shaikh Muhammad Sayyid Tantawi, condemns Osamah Bin Laden. And: The Grand Imam of al-Azhar Seminary, Shaikh Muhammad Sayyid Tantawi, condemns Osamah Bin Laden.What about Pakistan? Admittedly, it has some clerics who are fans of Bin Laden, or at least who would avoid condemning him. But the allegation Friedman is making is that no major cleric has condemned him. Try this: Prominent Pakistani Cleric Tahir ul Qadri condemns Bin Laden.I don't personally care for Yusuf al-Qaradawi. He is an old-time Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood preacher who fled to Qatar and now has a perch at al-Jazeera. But he does have some virtues. He is enormously popular among Muslim fundamentalists. And, he absolutely despises Bin Laden and al-Qaeda. Al-Qaradawi has repeatedly condemned the latter. He even gave a fatwa that it was a duty of Muslims to fight alongside the US in Afghanistan against al-Qaeda! See also: Yusuf al-Qaradawi condemns al-Qaeda.There are also substantial Muslim communities in Europe with leaderships that have explicitly condemned Bin Laden. E.g.:Spanish Muslim Clerical authorities Issue Fatwa against Osamah Bin Laden. There are on the order of 250,000 Muslims in Spain.High Mufti of Russian Muslims calls for Extradition of Bin Laden. The Russian Muslim community is about 20 million strong, or 15 percent of Russia's 143 million population, and is growing rapidly, so that in a century Russia may be 50 percent Muslim. So this is not a pro forma thing here. A good round-up on this sort of issue has been put up by al-Muhajabah. See also Charles Kurzman's page.Friedman also does refer to a major conference of Muslim clerics, thinkers and notables wound up just Wednesday that made a powerful statement about religious tolerance and condemned everything Osama Bin Laden stands for. But he seems oddly unaware of the significance of having Grand Ayatollah Sistani, Grand Imam of al-Azhar Seminary Muhammad Sayyid Tantawi, and many other great Muslim authorities sign off on this epochal statement of Muslim ecumenism.The statement forbids one Muslim to declare another "not a Muslim" if the believer adheres to any of the mainstream legal rites of Sunnism and Shiism. The whole basis of al-Qaeda is to call the Muslim leaders of countries like Egypt and Saudi Arabia, as well as Shiites, "not Muslims." The statement also demands that engineers should please stop pretending to issue fatwas, which should be left to trained clerical jurisconsults. This para. is also a slam at Bin Laden.PS As for Friedman's main point, that Muslims haven't done a good job of fighting jihadi ideology and terrorism, it is bizarre. The Algerian government fought a virtual civil war to put down political Islam, in which over 100,000 persons died. The Egyptians jailed 20,000 or 30,000 radicals for thought crimes and killed 1500 in running street battles in the 1990s and early zeroes. Al-Qaeda can't easily strike in the Middle East precisely because Syria, Egypt, Algeria, etc. have their number and have undertaken massive actions against them. What does Friedman want? And, besides, he is wrong that this is only a Muslim problem. In the global age all problems are everybody's. That's part of flat world, too, Tom. posted by Juan @ 7/09/2005 06:15:00 AM **************************************** CELEBRATE ADC'S 25TH YEARS OF DEDICATED SERVICES TO CIVIL AND HUMAN RIGHTS BY:CONTRIBUTING AND/OR JOINING ADC, CLICK HERE: ********************************************** American-Arab Anti-Discrimination CommitteeOrganizing Department4201 Connecticut Ave., N.W., Suite 300Washington, D.C. 20008, U.S.A.Tel: (202) 244-2990, Fax: (202) 244-3196E-mail: organizing@adc.orgWeb :

Monday, July 25, 2005

GMAT Essay Tips

Be sure to include brief introductory and concluding paragraphs, which are consistent with each other and with the paragraphs in the body of your essay. Your essay must at least appear to be well organized. Use transition words and phrases to help the reader follow the flow of your discussion. For ideas, check out the transitional devices I've used in my sample Analysis-of-Issue essay and sample Analysis-of-Argument essay. Compose your introductory paragraph last—after you've completed the rest of your essay. Why? Because you essay might evolve somewhat from your initial plan; if you've composed your introduction first, you might need to rewrite it. For every point you make in a GMAT essay, always provide a reason and/or an example to support that point! Pay close attention to writing mechanics—grammar, sentence construction, word usage and diction (whether you've used the right word for the right job). It doesn't matter if your essay contains brilliant ideas if you can't express them. In short: It's form over substance!! It's okay to refer to yourself in your essays—at your option. Just don't overdo it. Phrases such as "I think," "it is my opinion that" and "in my view" are superfluous and a waste of your typing time. Don't try to impress the reader with your vocabulary. There's nothing wrong with demonstrating a strong vocabulary. Just don't overdo it; otherwise the readers will suspect that you're using big words as a smokescreen for poor content. _________________________________________________________ 2 Great Links: 1) Sahil's SC Notes 2) .

TOEFL - GMAT - GRE - SAT Great site

Salam, Here is a super Site for anyone whois planning to take the TOEFL - GMAT - GRE - SAT. PALFORCE

MBA preparation

Salam, I have to study and pass the GMAT in the next 2-3 weeks Yicks! The funny part is if everything went as planned (inshallah) my Bachelor degree final is on 12/3/2005 Graduation on 12/17/2005 and MBA classes start when?!! (12/10/2005) give me a break !!! LOL Anyways, here is a MBA Blogs. These two links should be a good reference for anyone thinking or planning to take the MBA. Good luck. PALFORCE

Friday, July 22, 2005 50 coolest Websites 2005 (Blogs)

Another article from Time Magazine: 50 Coolest Websites 2005: Blogs For most Netizens, Web logs—reading them, writing them, or both—have become a way of life. So this year, they get their own categoryBy MARYANNE MURRAY BUECHNER SUBSCRIBE TO TIMEPRINTE-MAILMORE BY AUTHOR 50 Coolest Websites 2005: Complete List 50 Coolest Websites 2005: Arts and Entertainment 50 Coolest Websites 2005: Lifestyle, Health and Hobbies 50 Coolest Websites 2005: News and Information 50 Coolest Websites 2005: Shopping PLUS: A Class by Themselves: Google, Yahoo, MSN and AOL How-To: So You Want To Be A Blogger Posted Monday, Jun. 20, 2005 MATT CAMPBELL / AFP / GETTY IMAGESPSSST: Overheard In New York dishes EavesdroppingOverheard in New Yorkwww.overheardinnewyork.comAmusing verbatim accounts of stuff people say to each other in public. Anybody can submit; just email your (brief) transcript to the editors for consideration. is equally hilarious. Warning: on both sites, some material is not suitable for children, and profanity, stupidity or bigotry is generally kept intact. CarsJalopnik,, www.autoblog.comCrazy about cars? Between these two blogs, you should be able to feed the beast within. Jalopnik's scribblings have more personality ("Volkswagen continues to tease us like the self-hating louts we are, releasing another teaspoon's worth of details on its yet-unnamed convertible....") while Autoblog delivers industry news straight-up ("Hybrids are Hot: Honda sells 100,000"). Bonus link: 10 Hot Vehicles for Techies, from the new Celebrity SlamsGo Fug Yourselfgofugyourself.typepad.comA daily shredding of the sartorial choices of Hollywood stars, complete with photographic evidence. To wit: Parts of Courtney Love's new, larger body "are sort of sloshing around, uncontained, like a Big Gulp spilling all over your gear shift when you take a turn too fast." Chloe Sevigny proves "high-waisted pants are the spawn of Satan's sewing machine." Confessional ArtPostSecretpostsecret.blogspot.comA fascinating public airing of private thoughts—some dark, others funny, endearing or disturbing—written on homemade postcards and collected by blogger Frank Warren of Germantown, Maryland. Anyone can contribute, and thousands have. Just make a card and mail it to Warren—he suggests that you be brief, legible and creative—and, if he likes it, he'll scan it and post it on his site. The range of efforts (meticulous, sloppy, artful, ponderous) will astound you. DesignMoCo Locowww.mocoloco.comBlogger Harry Wakefield of Montreal keeps you plugged in to the world of modern contemporary design and architecture. Whether you're a serious buyer or only wish you could be, you'll enjoy scrolling through page after page of photos and descriptions of cutting-edge products, materials and decorating concepts, organized by category (furniture, lighting, jewelry, bathroom fixtures, wallcoverings and more). Entries include links to manufacturers and retailers. EBay WatchBayraiderbayraider.tvBayraider ferrets out the silliest, freakiest stuff being auctioned on eBay and other auction sites—a laser-etched Buddha, say, or the Slightly Used and Possibly Defective Husband kit—and provides direct links to where you can place your bid. There are things you may actually want, too. Discoveries are organized by category (Music, Sporty Stuff, Weird). New from Shiny Media, a U.K. weblog company. EntrepreneursAllen's Blogwww.allensblog.typepad.comAllen Morgan, managing director at Mayfield—a venture capital firm in Menlo Park, California—backer of Beatnik, PlanetOut, Tribe and Pluck —guides entrepreneurs on how to pitch ideas and get financing. The recent "10 Commandments" series on how to handle those critical meetings with VCs is a must-read. FoodChocolate and Zucchiniwww.chocolateandzucchini.comThe blogger here is English-speaking Parisian Clotilde Dusoulier, who professes to love every food-related act, from shopping for ingredients to garnishing a plate to consuming the results, and recounts all of it with unpretentious aplomb. Recipes are indexed. Extras include a Bloxicon page, where you can brush up on French culinary terms from cassoulet to ganache, and a helpful Conversions cheat sheet. Honorable mention: The Accidental Hedonist, written with flair by one Kate Hopkins. Newsy, political and practical all at once (she offers 14 pointers "for better enjoyment of your cheese" in a May 27 post). The quotes on each page ("My favorite animal is steak." -Fran Lebowitz ) are like the cherry on top. General InterestBoing Boingwww.boingboing.netA grab bag of links to cool, odd and interesting things happening online and off—like the bit about the engineering student who cobbled together an air conditioner using a fan and a bucket of ice water, and the Florida couple who found the image of Jesus on a Lay's potato chip. Gadget news, kitsch, digital art and disturbing consumer trends are all fair game for the Boing Boing team, which solicits, and vets, suggestions from the audience. HumorAnonymous Lawyerwww.anonymouslawyer.blogspot.comDeadpan and ironic, this delicious insider account of life at a big law firm is pure fiction—and should be required reading for attorneys who haven't yet learned how to laugh at themselves. Being a lawyer, according to the author, boils down to "fooling clients into believing [we] have some real expertise and using fear and manipulation to extort excessive hourly fees." He rails against idiot clients, partners and associates, admitting "you can't work at a place like this and have integrity." But he's not offering apologies, only rationalizations. What separates him from the "truly evil," he writes, is this: "I know when I'm over the line. I do it anyway, but I know." MotherhoodDoocewww.dooce.comHilarious personal blog by one Heather B. Armstrong of Salt Lake City, Utah, a whip-smart, sassy (and sometimes vulgar) stay-at-home mom. Even the exploding poop stories are good. Also: DotMoms links to dozens of blogs written by parents about parenting. Not all of them are "momoirs;" some of the bloggers are dads. PhotographyChromasiawww.chromasia.comInstead of text, each daily post is a single (beautiful) photograph taken by amateur enthusiast David J. Nightingale of Blackpool, England. Tiny arrows at the top left-hand corner of the page allow you to view other images; to scan Nightingale's entire online portfolio (some 543 images to date), click on Thumbs. The Archives section offers a detailed description of each image, including how it was shot (which camera, type of lens, shutter speed, etc.). The Snowsuit Effort is also excellent; featuring close-ups of the individuals photoblogger Ryan Keberly meets on the streets of Detroit and the things they say. For a Top 100 list of photoblogs and a directory organized by country and language, visit BaseballSportsBlogs Nationsbnation.comHome base for nearly two-dozen baseball blogs, most of them devoted to specific teams. There's Lookout Landing (for Seattle Mariners fans), Fish Stripes (about the Florida Marlins) and Amazin' Avenue (Mets), as well as the terrific Beyond the Box Score and John Sickel's Minor League Ball. And each one has a diary where readers can chime in—a feature SportsBlogs Nation co-founder Markos Moulitsas Zuniga ported over from his popular (leftie) political blog, Daily Kos. If you blog about a team not yet represented here, make yourself known—score a spot on the roster and you get a piece of the ad revenue. Also good:"Don't live to geek; geek to live." This site, one of the latest blogs from Gawker Media (backer of Wonkette, Fleshbot, Gizmodo and a slew of others, including our next pick), dispenses sound tech advice with the understanding that computers can be frustrating, time-sucking monsters that we can't do without. There's an invaluable set of links running down the right-hand side of the home page, covering spyware cleaners, spam filters, online photo sharing and more. For the fashion-tech report (Hello Kitty cell phones, desktop fondue) visit PopGadget. TravelGridskipperwww.gridskipper.comIts mission: to "scour" the web for juicy tidbits on urban travel, nightlife and culture, "with one eye on sophistication and the other on playful debauchery." Posts point out neighborhoods, restaurants and activities you probably won't read about in other guides, with a healthy mix of the practical and self-indulgent. A typical entry might cover a summer music festival or obscure art exhibit, or link to the World's 100 Sexiest Hotels.

The Big Secret To Google AdSense

I found this nice article from this site: The Big Secret To Google AdSenseMay 16th, 2005 The big secret to Google AdSense is…there is no big secret. Disappointed? Perhaps this list of tips will help you increase your AdSense revenue…but remember…there’s no 1 thing that “works.” For the most part, AdSense works because a lot of different parts work. So far, by following these tips, I’ve increased my earnings around 200% in the past week. Take that for what you will–just remember–test, test and test. Test until you know what works for your site. 1) Make your ads blend inMake your ads blend in to your site. Make the ad border and background color the same color as your site’s background color. Make the ad title’s the same color as your links. Make sure there’s plenty of padding around the ads. I’ve found the more white space the better. If you have an image or animated gif (non-commercial…perhaps a register image?) next to the ads I’ve found this too helps. Test, test and test different formats. 2) Specific contentMake sure your content is specific. It’s better to have 10 pages about 10 things than 1 page about 10 things. Your content should reflect what’s on your site.. 3) One really good ad is better than 3 O.K. adsI’ve found that it’s better to have 1 really good ad than 3 O.K. ads. I think this is because when you show more ads, you show lower paying ads. So if/when the visitor clicks, they’re clicking lower paying ads. 4) Ad placementMake sure you’re ads are placed in strategical spots. Reference Google’s heat map (shown below) for the best locations for ads. 5) ExperimentJust because something doesn’t work for me, doesn’t mean it won’t work for you. Experiment, test and track the results. Don’t change your ads more frequently than weekly. Daily figures can range dramatically–take the week’s average. Good luck. I’ve read a lot of different things–and the one “big secret” is there is no big secret. What works for some people doesn’t work for others. That’s just the way it is. I’d love to know what works for everyone else. (Also posted on WebJunkie)

Thursday, July 21, 2005

1000 Counter HIT

Salam, OK, I'm about 15 hits shy of 1000 HITS!!!!! Anyone who hit the 1000 HIT, take a snap shot of the 1000 HITS!! and email it to me at and I will email you back a nice song: Andain - You Once Told Me.mp3 :-) PALFORCE

Tuesday, July 19, 2005

I joined a Gym !!!!

So, I finally Joined a Gym, not the first time, but this time it isn't for leisure LOL. See, I have been feeling real bad about my weight, and wanted to do something about it but not sure where to start. I was checking my BMI and I found out that I went beyond overweight. Yupe! Now I'm in the Obese category :-( It's all down hill from now baby. Anyways , One of my friend's brother did this Atkins thingy and I was shocked to see him loose all that weight and fast. So, I'm not eating no more Bread,Pasta,potatoes,Rice. :-( I'm switching them with Oatmeal, Salads, Fruits, Meat. And one of my friends Hooked me up with a one-year Free membership to Gold's Gym Which is the fanciest gym in the area :-) woohooo Good Looking Out Dude :-) I started this morning 30 minutes of cardio, and 30 minutes Abs machines, and may I say OUCH! What I love about this cardio machines, they have a movie theatre huge screen and instead of chairs they got those cardio machines and its dark, you go on running for endless minutes without feeling because you are watching a movie. Neat ! The morning crowd is a lot nicer and peaceful and not too many people, but the afternoon one is a meat market+ too many people + gorillas on steroids. So, I guess I'll be going at 5:30 A.M 5 days a week. Will take pictures of my body now but will not dare to post them till I loose all that weight. Then I will post both pictures :-) PALFORCE

Adnan wa Lina (Future Boy)

My Most favorite cartoons of all time got to be Adnan wa Lina, I had to to struggle through the years and go through endless hours of therapy to come up with this conclusion. I was torn between Adnan wa Lina & Grandizer, but finale gave in and saw the Light, Adnan wa Lina are #1. Here is a link on how to get it online.
اسم المسلسل:Future Boy يعني عدنان ولينا
النوع: مغامره-كوميديه
عدد الحلقات:26
سنة الانتاج:4 April 1978
يحب ان يتوفر معك برنامج Bitlord
للتحميل البرنامج:اضغط هنا
شرح البرنامج:اضغط هنا __________________
To get those files go here: Registration might be required. Salam, PALFORCE

Monday, July 18, 2005


Salam, I just want to declare to the whole world that Terrorism is not in my name. Anyone who go out to killing people should be punished for it regardless of their religion/race/gender.. Stop hijacking Islam, God does not order his servants to mass murder innocent people. Terrorism has so many faces and usually innocent people are the victims.
I would like to send out a prayer to all the victims of terrorism:
To Palestinian & Israeli Kids, Iraqi People dying every day, 9/11 victims, and the London train Bombing victims.


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Wednesday, July 13, 2005

Links for those who live abroad :-)

Salam, Here are links for Arabic goodies for those who live abroad:


Tuesday, July 12, 2005

Lunch (special delivery from CHicago)

YUMMY IN MY TUMY!!!!! YUPE I HAVE BEEN EATIN ALL DAY LONG! Last time I tried Warbat was about 6 years ago. Guilt as charged! PALFORCE

DJ Maha from Kuwait

So, I was browsing through Kuwaitblogs and was reading about an interview with DJ Maha; Then I googled her and I found her station and the minute I tuned in she was on, I added rkfm_997 to my msn and her she was chatting with me. wow. RKFM - Requests and Dedications says: Hi there! RKFM - Requests and Dedications says: you're a long way from home RKFM - Requests and Dedications says: hehehe PALFORCE says: Hey Maha PALFORCE says: yupe PALFORCE says: nice music RKFM - Requests and Dedications says: got your song! RKFM - Requests and Dedications says: will play it for you PALFORCEsays: I just read the post about your interview and was like where can I find her online? PALFORCE says: THANX RKFM - Requests and Dedications says: np anytime PALFORCE says: no name please just PALFORCE PALFORCE says: thats my blg name RKFM - Requests and Dedications says: k PALFORCE says: yes we bloggers are weird I know RKFM - Requests and Dedications says: lol PALFORCE says: its only 12:13 p.m here RKFM - Requests and Dedications says: you guys are cool PALFORCE says: how long is your show? PALFORCE says: thanx PALFORCE says: I'm gonna post that we chatted PALFORCE says: get some guys jealouse PALFORCE says: lol RKFM - Requests and Dedications says: lol RKFM - Requests and Dedications says: I'm sorry if I can't chat ... busy with requests PALFORCE says: I bet no sweat, have a nice day RKFM - Requests and Dedications says: nice meeting you though PALFORCE says: same here wallah RKFM - Requests and Dedications says: you too ___________________ :-) PALFORCE

The Living to 100 Life Expectancy Calculator

My calculated health span is 79.9 years. Gee i didnt think I'm gonna make 60 :-) The Living to 100 Life Expectancy Calculator Take this quiz to find out how long you will live. You'll also get a full dose of health and nutrition advice based on your answers to the questions. Affiliated with the not-for-profit Alliance for Aging Research. PALFORCE

More Google Hacks

Here is something I found at Google Map applications roundup FILED UNDER SEARCH ENGINES Since the release of Google Maps five months ago, herds of developers hacked together a bunch of useful applications for mapping information. To recap, here’s a list of a few things Google maps: Weather and web cams Walking distances WiFi hotspots Iraq war casualties Movie showing times Cheap gas Chicago Crime Vehicular traffic conditions NYC subway stations and apartment listings Boston MBTA Chicago Transit Authority Craigslistings PALFORCE

Sunday, July 10, 2005

S.O.S !!!!!!

As you see Dennis is right under ME :-( HELPPPPPPPP!!!!! lol PALFORCE


MMMmmmmmmmmmmm! Zamannnnnn. Knafhe is one of the things I miss about back home. And this sure looks delicious. Yummy :-) Ok, I'm still bored, EMDABRESS, and going through a tough stage, not sure what’s up, Things falling apart all around me, I'm not freaking out YET! The other night I had a dream that all the sudden the planet earth started moving real fast and everybody started ducking and getting a hold of the nearest thing so they won’t fall out. Weird! Right. Well, 2 days later Bombings hit London Trains?!!!! OK, START FREAKING OUT!!!!! I'm not sure, I mean When I was a teen and my hormones were outta whack, I went through a rollercoaster of ups and downs, but heck I'm 37 now and all the sudden people around me are going: shshshshshshbshshshshbshshshshs. The problem is it gets back to me, and everyone and I mean EVERYONE, is talking about how messed up I became. I don’t drink, don’t do drugs, not a violent person, and I think of myself as an understanding person, but all the sudden, something Big happened, somehow I leaped into a different dimension and all my principles and ethics are all the sudden UNFIT. I go on with my life thinking it’s all a bad dream and I'm gonna wake up soon and things will get back to normal. Sorry, I had to drag yall into this, but I guess I wanted to see if I was the only one going through this, maybe if there is another person going through the same dilemma; things would be easy on me. Oh, not to mention Dennis the menace is coming my way in 12 hours (category 4). Scary eh? Maybe it will reset things back to normal and I would somehow leap back into the real life I was living just 3 months ago. LOL, They just announced that all pregnant women admit themselves to the hospital cause of the pressure change that Dennis is beinging with him.(Mamy!) hahaha Aight, shower time, yella Salam. Beace ou6 PALFORCE

Tuesday, July 05, 2005

Bored !

Salam, Ok, I'm sitting at work, bored as hell. Reading Blogs from everywhere, still bored. I feel like eating egg&cheese sandwich with mayo, salt&pepper. And a large glass of fresh orange juice. I decided I'm gonna build our family tree, I was never close to my family , never close to my cousins, I left home at age 18 and now I'm 37 almost twenty years. But anyways, I bought my family name domain and looking into building our family tree, a cousin of mine is gonna get it for me from the family meeting center. Things are slow from my end. Work,home and school are slow. I guess its a stage and things should get back on track eventually. Anyways sorry to bore you to death. Beace Ou6 Beebol. PALFORCE

Friday, July 01, 2005

A new book by Israel Adam Shamir

A new book by Israel Adam Shamir: Our Lady of Sorrow : The Collected Essays from the Holy Land by Israel ShamirISBN: 1-4196-0835-5 Binding: Trade Paper 288 pages


Description: Story of Our Lady statue in Bethlehem destroyed by the Jewish Army and its universal meaning. Ideas are not less important than material things; oil does not provide the whole explanation of the war in the Middle East, faith is not dead and can’t die as long as mankind exists. Even the belief in the Market forces is just another faith, an old established cult of Mammon. Faith is not only a personal affair; religion still matters, probably more than we think. The book contains some most controversial essays of Shamir, including the Shadow of Zog, Midas Ears and Blood Libel. Our Lady is the best gift to a Christian Zionist - if you want him to come to his/her senses. Read also the Pardes and Flowers of Galilee by Shamir; available on the Amazon and Booksurge.