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Flowers in asparagus

Flowers in asparagus

11 Jul, '080 Comments

Flowers in asparagus, originally uploaded by malyousif. Friday picture makes a comeback! Have a wonderful Friday and weekend my friends. It has been hectic over the past few weeks and it doesn’t look like it’s letting up – thankfully!

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Smart Cars, Stupid Owners

Smart Cars, Stupid Owners

5 Jul, '089 Comments

Smart Cars, Stupid Owners, originally uploaded by malyousif. The cars might be Smart, but their owners most definitely are stupid! The morons who own them parked on the pavement which resulted in two parking tickets for their “intelligence”. And deservedly so.

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Ethics and Credits and the potential loss of a good project

Ethics and Credits and the potential loss of a good project

4 Jul, '0822 Comments

Reading the papers this morning there seems to be a fight about “who started this thing” with everyone coming on the line trying to take credit for this movement before it even taking hold. Alwasat for instance did not even name this blog nor Ahmed Alaradi who wrote the code in the first place based […]

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Proposed Bloggers’ Code of Ethics Against Sectarianism

Proposed Bloggers’ Code of Ethics Against Sectarianism

2 Jul, '0828 Comments

Code Text Finalised and Published in both Arabic and English on 14 August 2008 – click here to read and adopt We have discussed this issue many times before, and we have successfully launched the Just Bahraini campaign, I believe that in the current circumstances, it is time to notch it up higher, and as […]

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Sites to be blocked, and become famous

Sites to be blocked, and become famous

24 Jun, '0819 Comments

Ban something and suddenly everyone wants to know why so they would do whatever is possible to get through that ban. It’s human nature. Just like rubber-necking a car crash. So why would anyone in their right mind think that the answer to correct a wrong is simply just to block the source is beyond […]

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