Friday, December 01, 2006

Comic Relief

To help lighten the mood a little amid the harrowing events that have gripped the country these past hours, days, weeks, and months, we'd like to provide our readers with a taste of the comic relief that is permeating the country and which helps people take things, we hope, a little less to heart.

So to everyone who needs a break from it all, and to all of you who get your panties in a bunch everytime someone makes fun of Nasrallah, this one's for you!
Oh, and for those interested, please do scroll down for more serious coverage of today's events!

9 comments:

  1. LOL!!
    the baby-3oun pic cracks me up everytime

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  2. It's Dr Evil (nasrallah) and mini mi (aounallah)

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  3. Anonymous11:15 PM

    funny stuff, nasrallah makes a great soccer mom & a great depiction of geagea as a cold blooded killer:)

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  4. Jimmy1:32 AM

    Debate: Hahahaha funny comment! :)

    Anonymous: In the movie Gladiator, Russel Crow is a general who is brave and who they turn against because they are bad and servile. He spends a long time in jail and is tortured. He later comes back and justice is for him and for Rome. So yes, good choise for Geagea the General!

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  5. Anonymous3:37 AM

    Jimmy, how about you give me the synopsis of yet another movie starring your friend Russel Geagea? Your first comment was very interesting.

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  6. In his latest speech, pro-Saudi Prime Sinister Saniora “invoked the spirits of the martyrs Hariri, Hawi,...”

    This moron has decidedly no shame: now he thinks he’s some kind of Later Days Wahhabi Shaman of sorts, evoking spirits, casting Saudi-Sahyunist spells and castigating Gen. Michel Aoun and the secularist Shiite resistants of Lebanon!

    Saniora’s collaborationist rule has lasted far too long: we owe it to the heroic kids of Bint Jbayl and Baalbek to topple his Neocon regime.

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  7. dr victorino de la vega,

    your jokes are way too good. I really liked "the secularist Shiite resistants of Lebanon". Didn't you notice that "secularist" and "Hezballah" don't go together? It was really a good entertainment to read your comments.

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