Sunday, September 09, 2007

Waiting for Saado

I stopped playing video games and joined a gym when the games became more physically demanding than 2 hours on a treadmill. But I am excited these days with the emergence of a sequel to an old time favorite. "Where in the world is Saad El Hariri?" will take you to more exotic locations than the original version with thicker plots and a lot more nonsense.



No, he is not tanning in the Seychelles, nor is he supervising his Aqaba project, nor is he bailing out Mr. Nahhas in Cannes. Saad currently has the honor of being the Saudi king's envoy for resolving the Pakistani crisis between Sharif in London and Musharraf in Islamabad. Meanwhile; here everyone awaits Saad's final word on Berri's initiative, whatever that it is; but we know well that nothing is going to come out from either the initiative or the final word, or Berri or Saad for the matter. No matter what we still gladly play along to get to the next level where it usually gets more challenging and harder to survive.

5 comments:

S said...

I enjoy your writing style immensely. You should have a weekly column in a newspaper!

Ibn Bint Jbeil said...

i for one also enjoyed jamal's article on ELECTRONIC LEBANON.

m.i. said...

Saad as envoy? Talk about dead duck diplomacy...

poshlemon said...

lol. Oh yeah, the Sharif and Musharraf ordeal...

M Bashir said...

hey, how come i didn't comment on this one?!