Tarsheed….!!!

August 4, 2007 at 10:10 pm (Cartoon, Humor, Kuwait, News)

 

A talented artist.. Mr. Adel Al-Qallaf

With his brush, he drew what I wanted to write…

Check Mr.Adel’s blog(Arabic) for further Kuwait-related works .

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 Today: we reached the Red zone, The electricity was cut for few seconds and it’s only the begining of August!!

 Are we going to be threatened in an everyday basis as It’s getting ridiculously out of control. It’s really hot and we need A/C .. Do they want us to dehydrate?!?!

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9 Comments

  1. freekuwait said,

    since the 1980s , and the government couldn’t fix this problem. and we’re told we live in a “rich” country !!

    check this out: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ChC32R0SGbQ

  2. rieaane said,

    Everyday I received a phone call asking me to switched off our AC if not in used, OMG how can I switch it off when the climate is as hot as this, there’s no second of every minute that I don’t need the AC….whewwwwwww 😦

  3. CeCe said,

    Now I know what I missed while I was away… This sucks!

  4. Hessa said,

    Free Kuwait:

    I agree with you,The government knew about the problem but nobody was bothered as they won’t do anything unless the people ask them to. If publicity was not associated, don’t expect a single person to stand up for the people who voted for him. If (The electricity issues) were dealt with, back in 1980s, we won’t have to endure this humiliation.. But, None of them back then,cared about Kuwait the way they cared about Palestine (Sorry, Had to say that).. Spending billions on Palestine and Palestinianes and nothing on our own Country…

    Rieaane:

    I know Rie, It’s getting ridiculous.. It’s hot and it’s not like that we switch the A/C on, because we want to, Can’t they get it !!! It’s so hot that you wouldn’t consider going to the sea because the water is boiling.

    CeCe:

    Welcom back Sara, hope you had good time at Bahrain… You haven’t miss anything.. It’s still hot, actaully.. it’s hotter and we were asked to try harder not to pass the Red line .. As if it’s easy??!! .. Welcome to Kuwait^_^

  5. CeCe said,

    Thanks. I prefer the humidity in Bahrain to this extreme heat in Kuwait.

    No Tarsheed with this heat!!! 😛 Aham shay enny against the campaign…

  6. Hessa said,

    .. I don’t blame you ,, The humidity helps relieving the heat of the sun.. Although I hate the feeling of clothes sticking to my body ^__^ .. I would go for the heat on this one..

    Well, If the campaign was reasonable… All of us will help them .. but in spite of that,, Kuwait deserves everything.. she (I mean Kuwait) gave us the comfort, the land and the name among so many other things … That’s the least we could do … If the (You know who) don’t care.. We care .. We are the next leaders and the future of this country … ^__^

  7. 'GreY' said,

    They are not reaching the expats, thats the problem, if they can teach the expat population a lot of electricity can be saved ,

    Probably they should send message as “Save Current” ..to the Subcontinet expats , they dont understand “Save electricity “…. hehe!

  8. Hessa said,

    I agree with you, but they are trying to do everything they know .. Ads in newpapers/TV/Radio.. Phone calls.. I can’t think of anything else to do.. But on the other hand.. we want a permanent solution … Billions and Billions of Dinars are available and we don’t know how to use that money to make this country a better place to live in..

    About the current … ^_^ you know, it might actually work ?!?! ^___^

  9. Grey said,

    If i am not wrong two power stations will be up and running in couple of years !

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