Friday, September 28, 2007

Germany!

I'm flying to Germany tomorrow wish me luck!
Ramdan A7la Ma3 MBC

I know that we have already finished half of this holy month and I’m maybe little late to post this, well here are my favorite programs I’m watchin recently!

MBC 1

Bab al 7ara,


I love this show it do remind me of Damascus and my family there!



MBC Action

1- Law & Order SVU

2- N.C.I.S

3- C.S.I

4- Angel

Thursday, September 13, 2007

Saturday, September 08, 2007

Happy Feet

I don’t know if any of you guys watched this movie “happy feet” last year, it’s really a funny movie with talented voices such as, Nicole Kidman, Robin Williams, Elijah Wood, Brittany Murphy, Hugh Jackman, and Fat Joe.

Here is my favorite part:

Friday, September 07, 2007

A song

It’s weird how it is that a song can express how you feel deep down inside and can affect you in some kinda way, some songs can make you laugh and smile when other can make you cry .

Song: Casey
Artist: Darren Hayes

Driving in your car
With the windows down
And a beat-up stereo

Struggle with this town
Cause you love to hate it
But hate to let it we’re all alone
And so tired of being underrated
So don’t take me home
Cause I feel life when you come and save
A yellow car speeding down a south-side freeway
When you write this movie
Make it end like we wanted to

And Casey, when you go
Can you come and find me?
I wanna be beside you when you leave this town
I’ll be waving goodbye pretending not to cry
I wanna be someone
If you take me away all the pain will change
Into a memory
When we were amazing

1989, somewhere had hit but it was not moving
What is it with this town?
Everytime I win it just feels like loosing
We would never gonna fit in
I was a mixed-up kid
And you were my sanity

And a yellow car
We don’t even have to go far
Cause that song you’re playing
Soundslike peace on the radio
And Casey, when you go
Can you come and find me?
I wanna be beside you when you leave this town
I’ll be waving goodbye pretending not to cry
I wanna be someone
If you take me away all the pain will change
Into a memory
When we were amazing
When we were amazing

I know things will change
Can’t you stay the same?
Take me away
Ohh, we don’t have to go far
We don’t have to go far
I know…

Ohh
Casey, when you go
Can you come and find me?
I wanna be beside you when you leave this town
I’ll be waving goodbye pretending not to cry
I wanna be someone
If you take me away all the pain will change
Into a memory
When we were…
When we were…

Casey, when you go
Can you come and find me?
I wanna be beside you when you leave this town
I’ll be waving goodbye pretending not to cry
I wanna be someone (I wanna be someone)

If you take me away all the pain will change
Into a memory
When we were amazing
When we…

Driving in your car
With the windows down
And a beated-up stereo
Ohh…
I wanna…
I’m gonna…
I wanna be someone

I wanna…
I’m gonna…
I wanna be someone

I want you
I will come to you
I want you
I will come to you

Just come and get me
Just come and rescue me

I want you
I will come to you
I want you
I will come to you

Coming throught the sky like a satellite
Like a radio wave
A meteorite

Thursday, September 06, 2007

Opera legend Pavarotti dies at 71

(CNN) -- It is with enormous sadness that the following statement is released by Terri Robson, manager of legendary Italian tenor, Luciano Pavarotti:

The great tenor, Luciano Pavarotti, died today at 5:00 a.m. at his home in Modena, the city of his birth.

At his side were his wife, Nicoletta; his daughters, Lorenza, Cristina, Giuliana and Alice; his sister, Gabriela; his nephews and close relatives and friends.
The Maestro fought a long, tough battle against the pancreatic cancer which eventually took his life. In fitting with the approach that characterised his life and work, he remained positive until finally succumbing to the last stages of his illness.


His last public performance, singing Nessun Dorma, was at the opening ceremony of the Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy, in February 2006 and his last full-scale concert was in Taipei in December 2005. In the months preceding this, he had given Worldwide Farewell Concerts in Central and South America, the USA, Spain, France, Greece, Cyprus, Croatia, Japan, China, Russia, the Czech Republic, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand.

Two years ago, he launched a vocal academy for talented young singers in Modena where he taught a personally hand picked group of students. Up until a few weeks before his death, he committed several hours each day to teaching his pupils at his summer villa in Pesaro on Italy's Adriatic Coast. He was also planning to complete a recording of sacred songs and unveil the next phase of the Pavarotti International Voice Competition.

Earlier this week, he was honoured by the Italian Government with the 'Premio per l'Esccellenza nella Cultura Italiana' (for outstanding contribution to Italian culture). La Scala Milan and Modena's Teatro Communale also announced a joint Luciano Pavarotti Award. On learning of the tributes, he said, "the recognition gives me the opportunity to continue to celebrate the magic of a life dedicated to the arts and it fills me with pride and joy to have been able to promote my magnificent country abroad. I always strive to share with youth the passion of opera and applaud La Scala for setting up a scheme which presents young people with the opportunity to take their talents to that unparalleled opera stage".

Throughout his illness, he was supported by the devotion and love of his wife, Nicoletta, and their four-year old daughter, Alice, alongside his three daughters from his first marriage, Lorenza, Cristina and Giuliana and a large number of relatives, loyal friends and colleagues. He remained optimistic and confident that he would overcome the disease and had been determined to return to the stage to complete his Worldwide Farewell Tour, which he was halfway through before being struck down by illness in New York in July 2006.
"I think a life in music is a life beautifully spent and this is what I have devoted my life to". Luciano Pavarotti (12 October 1935 - 6 September 2007)




Nessun Dorma

Wednesday, September 05, 2007

Open minded

I don’t know how to start talkin about this topic, it really irritates me when ppl call their selves open minded and civilized coz they are runnin around half naked or naked in the streets.

Yes I HATE IT! You can’t call someone civilized or open minded coz of the way they are dressed, what’s goin on ppl!!??? Where is your brain? It’s defiantly not up in your heads! :S

I hate when a girl looks irritated coz a guy commented on the way she dresses and call him names! Won’t she stops and thinks, asks herself why he said that? "Is there sth wrong with the way I dress that made him says that?" Yes sometimes guys can be so sick and sleazy so don’t give them a chance to be so!

Recently I saw many changes going on in Amman that at some point made me feel so like a foreigner in my own city! I don’t know where ppl are heading but I know it’s not goin into the right direction!

Sunday, September 02, 2007

Travelling

Ok I went to Syria last Wednesday and got back yesterday, you can say that I had fun there if you omitted the parts of crossing in and out the both countries. Leaving the border out of Jordan was so easy and smooth and somehow the officers were nice “not sth common in Jordan” entering the Syrian border was hell for me, specially that they questioned me and so, “I really was nervous and scared”, if you ask me why they did that my answer will be I DON’T KNOW THE HELL WHY!! My brother said it might be that I similar name to someone who is wanted as a joke and believe me it wasn’t a joke for me!!

I was really impressed by the developing that been going in Syria, new malls, new stores, new restaurants, and BRAND NAMES stores such as, Mango, Promod, Celio, Koton, Morgan, and more… I had fun with the family.

In our way back home the Syrian border was so so crowded and they did question me again! Which made me angry, after one hour and half waiting with 42c temperature we were done and headed to the Jordanian border the officer was so mean and impolite, talking to the women in a way that made me so mad “ he refuse to stamp the women passports till their men (husbands, brothers) were there!!!! The women said nothing and had to mix up in the men queue so they won’t lose their turn! What an idiot! I went to him and asked him to stamp mine and as all other women he said when your brother come in then I will stamp it for you, and I said why! Stamp mine and let me out of here so I can rest in the car, the LAZY officer didn’t like that! And said in mean way, “go rest in the car and let your brother stamp yours! “ I looked at him and said “FINE! But you better not ask for me when he gives you my passport” then I left! What made me so mad is the way he treated the women and that there was only one counter is working when there should be 4 and it was so crowded .