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Location: Tunis, Tunisia, Tunisia

Thursday, May 31, 2007

Women In Art


Saturday, May 26, 2007

Masterpiece Of The Day

Newton (1795) by William Blake (1757-1827)

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Hannibal Needs Some Help (2)

Following the much appreciated effort provided by my dear fellow bloggers : Skydancer, Temeraire V5.0, Tarek kahlaoui, Swobodin and Antikor, I am hereafter posting two of the pics I've chosen and which can give you an idea on what I am exactly looking for. I hope this was of some help and I thank you again for your precious contribution.

This is a prefect pic, though, Hannibal is almost unrecognizable.


Friday, May 25, 2007

When The House Republican Minority Leader Cries

Hannibal Needs Some Help

Could any one please help me find an online or scanned picture of Hannibal Barca mounting an elephant during his crossing of the Alps?. I tried google and yahoo image but couldn't find a good one. Your help is highly appreciated. Thank you! :)

Le Groupe "Kantara" Bientôt Au Kennedy Center

Le Groupe musical "Kantara" sera le 31 mai 2007, au Kennedy Center, Washington, DC à partir de 18h. (Le spectacle est gratuit).


Razor-Thin TV Screen You Can Wear As A T-Shirt

Via Drudge- "In the race for ever thinner displays for TVs, cell phones and other gadgets, Sony may have developed one to beat them all - a razor-thin display that bends like paper while showing full-colour video." (More)


Bird Poops On Bush During Presser


Masterpiece Of The Day

The Madonna of the Meadow (c.1505) by Giovanni Bellini (1430?-1516)

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Thursday, May 24, 2007

The Man Without Identity

This is the troubling story of Abdelouahab Belhocine, a 48-year old man from Algeria or so it seems... (more)

Masterpiece Of The Day

Water from "The Four Elements" (1566) by Giuseppe Arcimboldo (1527-1593)

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Your Shirt Offends Me!

Free Speech à l'américaine...(more)

Source The Washington Post

Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Vattene Amore

Stop the Clash of Civilizations

مجرّد سؤال

بعد قراءتي لهذا المقال في جريدة "الشّروق" لايسعني إلاّ أن اتساءل هل ستفصح الصحيفة عن هوية المتهم حال ثبوت إدانته وحتّى يكون عبرة للآخرين؟

Photo Quiz

This photo is taken somewhere in Tunisia. For those who will find the answer, could you please explain the reason behind this reddish brown color of the water?


Masterpiece Of The Day

The Game of Chess (1555) by Sofinisba Anguissola (1532?-1625)


Tuesday, May 22, 2007

The Price Of Gossiping

Via Drudge- Four Hooksett town, N.H, employees with 46 years of service between them were fired, in part for gossiping and discussing rumors of an improper relationship between the town administrator and another employee that Hooksett residents now agree were not true. (more)

Wonder if these measures were applied in Tunisia ;)

Great World Masterpieces

The Altarpiece of San Marco (1436-45) by Fra Angelico (1387?-1455)

Starting today, and for the sake of art lovers, I will be posting everyday, I hope, at least one masterpiece from the works of various world greatest artists.

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Monday, May 21, 2007

Top 25 Web Hoaxes & Pranks

Via MSN. Com- Whether they take the form of a comic image of a giant cat or a desperate plea from a sick child, chain e-mail messages and Internet frauds are elements of the online landscape that we've all encountered. (more)

Friday, May 18, 2007

إتّصالات تونس:يا مزيّن من البرّة شنوة حوالك من داخل

Wednesday, May 16, 2007

June 1, 2007: "I Will Blog For The Greater Maghreb"

Le 1er Juin Je blogue pour le Maghreb Uni

4 US Lawmakers Pledge To Live For A Week On A $ 21 Worth Of Food

Via The Washington Post- Four members of US Congress have pledged to live for one week on $21 worth of food, the amount the average food stamp recipient receives in federal assistance. That's $3 a day or $1 a meal. (more)

Tuesday, May 15, 2007

The Internet Umbrella

The Pileus Umbrella is a new japanese high tech invention. It allows you to take pictures with a built-in camera. These can be uploaded to Flickr (a photo-sharing website) via a wireless internet connection and within two minutes you can watch downloaded photo-streams on your umbrella screen with a simple wrist-snapping movement.It has also has GPS and a digital compass, which uses Google Earth to help you navigate yourself around the world. They are working on incorparating a video camera as well.

Monday, May 14, 2007

US DOD To Block Access To Several Recreational Websites

For security reasons, the US Department of Defense will begin blocking access “worldwide” to YouTube, MySpace and 11 other popular Web sites on its computers and networks. Once this policy is implemented, troops serving overseas will lose some of their online links to friends and loved ones back home...
The sites covered by the ban are the video-sharing sites YouTube, Metacafe, IFilm, StupidVideos, and FileCabi, the social networking sites MySpace, BlackPlanet and Hi5, music sites Pandora, MTV, and, and live365, and the photo-sharing site Photobucket.

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Tuesday, May 08, 2007

Catch Of The Day

I came across this neat blog and I was not disappointed at all. Check it out you won't regret it!

Friday, May 04, 2007

Rep. Ron Paul Wins Republican Presidential Debate

According to an internet opinion poll, Congressman Ron Paul (R-Texas) won yesterday's Republican Presidential debate with 53% of the votes, something I am sure will please our friend Don Jim at Dappled Things ;)

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Wednesday, May 02, 2007

Fiesta Latina A Washington,DC: Pictures

Un estatuto de la civilizacion azteca??

Mucha gente...

Las Donas de Panama !

Las Donas de Espana!


!Ole! Viva Espana!

Tango de Argentina!

Paella de Espana: Que deliciosa!

Comida de Argentina

Un pais que yo quiero visitar

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Fiesta Latina A Washington DC 3

Fiesta Latina A Washington, DC 2

Fiesta Latina A Washington, DC 1

That was last Sunday, April, 29, 2007.

Tuesday, May 01, 2007

Chiffre Du Jour

20% est le taux de chômage dans le Monde Arabe...