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Help lift Gaming Tech Sanctions Against Lebanon (RESOLVED)

  Editorial Update: Today 17-03-2017 Epic Games enabled the support of Lebanon ! This is great news, thanks Epic for listening and thanks everybody for your support. All we need is to be a little proactive in the right direction to solve our issues. https://answers.unrealengine.com/questions/181543/when-will-the-list-of-countries-include-lebanon.html   The video gaming industry in the world is currently blooming and we in Lebanon […]

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One day we’ll have an Independence Day

  I usually write satire. But i wont this time. I’ll handle this topic differently for a change. So today we celebrate in Lebanon our 2014 Independence Day. While this occasion has become synonymous locally with either apathy, robotic political milking and/or joking disdain, it actually had its good roots at one point. So what is Independence Day in general […]

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Taboule-yayy Independence Day

 ‘Independence’, nothing spells independence better than issuing this English word accidentally on a bilingual French/Arabic paper bill to commemorate your country’s 70th accidental independence anniversary. But as the governor of the Central Bank of Lebanon said live on television when confronted with this awesomeness ‘We at the National Bank know how to spell the word correctly, it’s the printing press […]

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10 internet things to do, without internet

  While its true that national internet blackouts only happen in Southpark and Lebanon, here in Lebanon we sadly dont have Cartman, Stan, Kenny & Kyle to keep us entertained so here is our very own special to-do list of top 10 internet things to do, without internet.. 1-Searching.. i know asking Google or Wikipedia how to tie your shoelaces is second nature to […]

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10 fun things to do in blackouts

1- Play around curiously with candle light until your hair catches fire by accident and you start to flame. 2- Remember your lost family and their names.  From your brother, to mother and dad. Then promptly recall why you forgot them in the first place and wish you could forget em asap again.

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