azzigf wrote:It's great to see Marie salim still kicking albeit in a wheelchair. To us she is as eternal as an oak tree and she looks like one anyway. Unlike others she still executes her democratic duites and tries to amke a difference to our beloved town's political landscape.
I should take this opportunity to offer my congratulations to the winners in this year's election and would like to remind them that the 3amoud kahraba near our house needs a new lightbulb to shine on the world.
So to all the Azzi winners please rememebr me next time you are distributing street lamps.
had i not know you better i would have said "ma afda belo, wa shoo bene2" but i do know you and i do appreciate the sarcasim. i hope others pick up on it. "
Wait now AJ... i really think azzigf is being forward and he really wanted to get someone to replace/fix the lightbulb behind his house... why do i have to read more from his statement?
Also, Marie Salim is really there to be admired... she is probably now in her 80s sitting there with in battle dress looking tired from campaigning all day... truly remarkable! I wish we had few more maries around jieh.
AJ... on the serious side... i am not sure what you are getting at... really now... what is on your mind?
what do you really want this city council to accomplish for us in the next 6 years that they have failed to do in the past?
I agree Jieh is a town with a huge potential, resources, talent and an impressive international presence... however things have a way to get done in a particular order that is not necessarily the way we like them to be.
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