Thursday, April 12, 2007

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posted by Loura at 11:56 PM | 8 comments
Wednesday, April 11, 2007
I was at The Avenues today, while shoppin in h&m i couldnt stop my shoulders from movin on this old song.

laudate omnes gentes laudate
magnificat in seculaet anima mea laudate
magnificat in secula
happy nation living in a happy nation
where the people understand
and dream of the the perfect man
a situation leading to sweet salvation
for the people for the good
for mankind brotherhood
we're travelling in time
ideas by man and only that will last
and over time we've learned from the past
that no man's fit to rule the world alone
a man will die but not his ideas
we're travelling in time
travelling in timetell them we've gone too far
happy nation
tell them we've gone too far
happy nation come through
and i will dance with you
happy nation
tell them we've gone too far
come through
and i will dance with you
Ace of Base, Love their songs.

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posted by Loura at 2:55 PM | 2 comments
Tuesday, April 10, 2007
The burqa is a loose, opaque, and all-enveloping outer garment worn by women in Afghanistan, Pakistan, and northern India; similar garments in the Middle East are known as the hijab or chador. The burqa covers the wearer's entire face except for a small region around the eyes. A full burqa conceals the entire body and includes a net panel that hides the wearer's eyes. What is the "burqa ban," and where was it proposed? More...
I believe in the middle east, Burga' is more about traditions than belief. (not talkin about Niqab!)

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posted by Loura at 11:29 PM | 0 comments
Sunday, April 08, 2007

I wish i was there.

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posted by Loura at 8:35 PM | 4 comments
Saturday, April 07, 2007

It is an amazing song, by Jose Feliciano

Sting sang it as well on the movie: The Thomas Crown Affair

Dusty Springfield is the one am playing:

Moulin Rouge!

Round, like a circle in a spiral

Like a wheel within a wheel.

Never ending or beginning,

On an ever spinning wheel

Like a snowball down a mountain

Or a carnaval balloon

Like a carousell that's turning

Running rings around the moon

Like a clock whose hands are sweeping

Past the minutes on it's face

And the world is like an apple

Whirling silently in space

Like the circles that you find

In the windmills of your mind

Like a tunnel that you follow

To a tunnel of it's own

Down a hollow to a cavern

Where the sun has never shone

Like a door that keeps revolving

In a half forgotten dream

Or the ripples from a pebble Someone tosses in a stream.

Like a clock whose hands are sweeping

Past the minutes on it's face

And the world is like an apple

Whirling silently in space

Like the circles that you find

In the windmills of your mind

Keys that jingle in your pocket

Words that jangle your head

Why did summer go so quickly

Was it something that I said

Lovers walking allong the shore,

Leave their footprints in the sand

Was the sound of distant drumming

Just the fingers of your hand

Pictures hanging in a hallway

And a fragment of this song

Half remembered names and faces

But to whom do they belong

When you knew that it was over

Were you suddenly aware

That the autumn leaves were turning

To the color of her hair

Like a circle in a spiral

Like a wheel within a wheel

Never ending or beginning,

On an ever spinning wheel

As the images unwind

Like the circle that you find

In the windmills of your mind

P.S: Thanks Dentist.

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posted by Loura at 8:18 PM | 4 comments
Friday, April 06, 2007

Using the Internet (BEST INVENTION EVER) since 1998, meeting many people all around the world, increased my knowledge about OTHERS. Americans, Europeans, Arabs and specially Kuwaitis. I learned more about personalities and characters and that's helping me dealing with people and sometimes predict their actions.

Americans: Very practical with poor knowledge about all not American.
Europeans: Love chicks.
Arabs: Hate Kuwaitis.
Kuwaitis: Need to learn more how to treat ladies.

And of course, ALL GENERALIZATIONS ARE FALSE INCLUDING THIS ONE.

Personalities: Differs from one person to another, depends on age, gender, environment and life experiences. By dealing with them i realized this:
Females: Are always jealous.

Males: A) Younger ones: Some are so sincere and really wise that sometimes shock me.
Some are just KIDS.

B) Older ones: Some are KIDS and competitive.
Some are painful, Few are caring and gentlemen.

And i learn this as well: Ignoring people shows their realities.
HONESTY ALWAYS WORKS WITH ME.

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posted by Loura at 2:03 PM | 39 comments