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Perfect employees to Bahraini broadcasters

Perfect employees to Bahraini broadcasters

18 Jul, '077 Comments

You know how it is always difficult to get good broadcast or studio engineers? Well, okay, you might not, but take my word for it. Anyway, I think both Bahrain TV and Orbit should knock on the public prosecutor’s doors offering him a new and novel way in correctional activities. Let them serve their sentence […]

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Resurrected

Resurrected

18 Jul, '076 Comments

Remember that crappy WD Passport 160GB that dropped about a foot and died on me completely? Well, you will be glad to know that the data within the drive has been almost completely recovered. 120GB of it, by a company I dealt with in the States: First Advantage Data Recovery to the tune of US$1,400! […]

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One Week of Good News

One Week of Good News

17 Jul, '0713 Comments

I hereby declare, that in response to eMoodz’s 85 nags about Bahrain and enTaiFah’s excellent opposing list, that I shall only publish Good News™ for 7 days starting immediately! First bit of good news: Our compatriot Juma’a Al-Dossary has been released from Guantanamo after being incarcerated there for five years without trial. An agreement has […]

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Overreacting

Overreacting

15 Jul, '0725 Comments

This is just getting ludicrous, but I fear might be symptomatic of the sectarian and racial tensions between some in Bahrain and Iran. If this is not put in perspective (read as: tell people not to overreact) then this could very well escalate into things we just do not need. Bahrainis should know that throwing […]

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Mine is bigger!

Mine is bigger!

15 Jul, '0728 Comments

The race for the tallest building has never abated, I don’t think, since man started building abodes, but now it is just getting silly: But Burj Dubai may not hold the record for long. Another Dubai skyscraper, Al Burj, is slated to begin this year with a rumoured height of 1.2 kilometres. More tentatively, two […]

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