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Rantings of a Sandmonkey

Be forewarned: The writer of this blog is an extremely cynical, snarky, pro-US, secular, libertarian, disgruntled sandmonkey. If this is your cup of tea, please enjoy your stay here. If not, please sod off

Tuesday, January 24, 2006

Newton law still stands

For every action..... Koranninja fugly MB female supporters. There is an equal and opposite reaction..... image-Z151510-0001(2) nahlasalamah Egyptian actress Nahla Salamah in the Cairo film festival Oh Boy!

34 Comments:

At 1/24/2006 07:50:00 AM, Anonymous karim elsahy said...

Not sure which is scarier

 
At 1/24/2006 08:01:00 AM, Anonymous Jokerman said...

Damn, karim beat me to saying it!
oh well, after a second look, i can say that they are both airheads, both have agendas even though nahla is independent in need of a sponsor, but what makes nahla win regardless of her spare tyre & botched attempt to hide the serious holes in her face is that the others are holding the Quran to influence others, nahla is using her assets.
while the covered women are political, nahla isnt. But this typifies whats happening in egypt today...the balance is slowly vanishing between the 2 extremes.
The Covered & the Naked...sounds like a nice title for a soap serial, huh?

 
At 1/24/2006 10:00:00 AM, Blogger Egypeter said...

As Team America says...I'll take the "Burqa Burqa"

 
At 1/24/2006 10:11:00 AM, Blogger Egypeter said...

Another point:

I really can't understand how the MB has FEMALE supporters...I can't make sense of it.

Maybe I'm just ignorant but can someone explain it to me. There is NO WAY anyone can tell me that the MB supports women's rights...maybe these women don't give a shit about their rights. I guess if you never really had any in the first place then it doesn't matter if they're not there in the future...

 
At 1/24/2006 11:35:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

If you are raised to be dependant...having rights are scary. They support the MB because they want to live in a cocoon.
thinker

 
At 1/24/2006 12:03:00 PM, Anonymous Jokerman said...

Egypeter
Its easy, recite a few sayings attributed to Mohamed, whether it makes sense or not isnt the problem here, & they will obey, add to it a few tapes by some cleric who twists around quranic verses & bobs your uncle.
Why do you think they wear a veil to begin with?

 
At 1/24/2006 12:24:00 PM, Blogger Roba said...

hehe, indeed.

 
At 1/24/2006 12:29:00 PM, Blogger Yazan Malakha said...

message to nahla:

more titties.. less belly

 
At 1/24/2006 01:04:00 PM, Blogger The Sandmonkey said...

more titties? Those funbags are huge man!

 
At 1/24/2006 01:21:00 PM, Blogger Yazan Malakha said...

funbags.. hmm pch?
reveal more tities.. and hide the belly

 
At 1/24/2006 01:51:00 PM, Blogger . said...

"funbags" ever the classy gentleman, eh Sandmonkey?
I think she has a pretty face, and incredible breasts...did anyone notice that little arab man with his hand on his chin staring at her mesmerised? Also, is she wearing seethrough pants and a black thong...or am I completely perverted and making this shit up?

 
At 1/24/2006 02:06:00 PM, Blogger programmer craig said...

She should wear a bustier...

I think the screaming hijabi babe on the left is better looking though!

 
At 1/24/2006 02:08:00 PM, Blogger programmer craig said...

Actually the hijabi babe isn't better looking, I just like angry women I guess :O

 
At 1/24/2006 02:47:00 PM, Blogger Scorekeeper said...

Pair of brown eyes -
No you are correct on all counts.

Sandman Karim Jokerman -
those gotta be fake?

And none of the women are good looking in those pictures.

However, check out Pair of brown eyese picture at her profile. Ironically you can't see her eyes but the face is really nice and feminine.
http://www.blogger.com/profile/14067833
So she gets my vote.

 
At 1/24/2006 02:47:00 PM, Blogger Scorekeeper said...

oh, lol. her picture is up here too... my bad.

 
At 1/24/2006 03:06:00 PM, Blogger Twosret said...

Nahla is disgusting, very vulgar and cheap. Look at her hair color and the roots showing Yikes! Who is she anyway?!

The veil ladies takes my vote.

 
At 1/24/2006 03:09:00 PM, Blogger Twosret said...

Scorekeeper,

Have you read the title of the blog of pair brown eyes? I guess that says something about her too!

Yeah her picture appears on every post silly, it sounds like you need a manual to use Blogs and politics (winking at Mohamed).

 
At 1/24/2006 03:42:00 PM, Blogger Scorekeeper said...

Nope I haven't. But thanks for the helpful advice. I treasure anything you have to share honey.

 
At 1/24/2006 03:44:00 PM, Anonymous SAM2 said...

What magazine is this from?

 
At 1/24/2006 03:46:00 PM, Anonymous Mohamed said...

Heeeeeeey Scorekeeper, nice to have you back man, I was worried sick that you might hide in shame and deny us your lovely insights after you humiliated yourself and got caught cheating on your last posting on "Whose responsible for the palestinian suffering?", I really don't know which is worse, the cheating or being so dumb to get caught that easy.
Anyway, welcome back bro, go ahead, humor us with your infinite wisdom, right Twosret? :).

 
At 1/24/2006 04:09:00 PM, Anonymous Mohamed said...

Yeah Twosret, but I think he needs the blogs manual more urgently than the politics one, then he should check the part that says that if you're going to be an imposter and use the name "Khaled Abu Toameh" make sure first that you try to hide the link leading to the "Scorekeeper" blog.
Sorry einstein for giving you such a hard time, but I really couldn't stop laughing since Saturday. This was by far the most stupid thing I've witnessed in my life.

 
At 1/24/2006 04:53:00 PM, Blogger Scorekeeper said...

Mohammed -
My advice to you as I explained in that post is again -

1) Get a life, this is just a blog comments section.

2) I never tried to "imposter" myself.... lol... as if I care what you think my name is, and is I care what/who you are.

3) Khaled Abu Toameh is a real person who I described in a comment prior to that one but didn't name so I did so. Since you spend numerous hours surfing you can google him.

4) If you were actually laughing about that, then I'm glad you got something to laugh about. Because you do need to get a life and stop taking yourself so seriously.

Do you really believe you're impressing people by "acting" as if your intelligent and arrogant?

Ok dude take care.

Mike

 
At 1/24/2006 05:48:00 PM, Anonymous Mohamed said...

Score"Khaled"keeper,
1)I agree that it's just a blog comment section, you're the one whose getting desperately defensive.
2)The fact that you're explaining again means that you care.
3)Liar, I challenge you to point where you've mentioned him in that thread before.
4)I'm glad that you're glad, I really owe you one, you made my weekend man.
I've never said I'm intelligent, I'm just more intelligent than you buddy, which puts me in the borderline retarded range.
And comeone SK, don't be a kill joy, just admit you were trying to impersonate that khaled guy, take one for the team dude, it's more fun this way.
And yeah, you too dude take care.

Hagob

 
At 1/24/2006 06:05:00 PM, Blogger Scorekeeper said...

LOL...
OK loser I'll make your night before I take off. I know you're sitting there thirsting for some attention. Apparently, you missed the attention you thought you were being paid.... lol you do seriously need to get a life.


First my comment that poked fun at TWOSET and her hilarious charges of "knowing the site was run by mysterious Jooos" and thus (of course :-( unreliable.

http://egyptiansandmonkey.blogspot.com/2006/01/who-is-responsible-for-palestinian.html#c113763029746364907

Next the comments with Abu Toameh who I know and have seen speak as well as meeting Landes, the mysterious Jooooo.

http://egyptiansandmonkey.blogspot.com/2006/01/who-is-responsible-for-palestinian.html#c113764728470520904

http://egyptiansandmonkey.blogspot.com/2006/01/who-is-responsible-for-palestinian.html#c113781728829115816

Now as to my logging in with other names. I noticed someone else do it and asked them how they did it. But it was obvious to anyone with a brain cell that it was me and esepcially since the Scorecard site was still linked to it... lol... but your brave and valiant detective work was most impressive nonetheless.

OK, now you'll have to go elsewhere to get some attention bro. Try and find a live person.

Mike scorekeeper

 
At 1/24/2006 08:23:00 PM, Blogger programmer craig said...

I'm being impersonated by Armenian dudes now? WTF!?

 
At 1/24/2006 09:19:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm with Twosret. This woman's hair is so bad, she needs a hijab! (Alternatively, she could bleach her hair more often.)

 
At 1/25/2006 12:17:00 AM, Blogger Kat said...

Heh...you guys are funny. I think the point is, why cover it up at all whatever you look like?

I'm always interested in the hijab crowd. You know, I would understand certain practices, including wearing a hijab, as a religious observation of choice if it did not go along with actual laws in many nations or at least turning a blind eye too what is obviously the subjegation of women. Even in the United States we have non-muslim religions that have certain guidelines about covering the hair or head though largely related to the act of worship.

I believe a really interesting concept might be at play convincing women to wear this device so often and no, I do not believe it is necessarily faith.

Some have likened the concept to abused women who stay with their spouse because it's safer than the unknown world they would have to face by themselves. It is a similar issue and they work together, but there are multiple concepts at work:

1) Acceptance: When 3/4 of the population or more (like KSA) where's the hijab, not wearing the hijab makes you stand out like a sore thumb. Most people want to be accepted in their society. True rebels are very few and far between. Even if a group of people do not wear the hijab, when you are told over and over again about how different (and bad it makes them, you become psychologically incapable of making that leap. In the mind of the hijab wearer, it's like drugs or alcohol and parties or base jumping off the Empire State building. It might sound like an exciting and dangerous life you wouldn't mind dipping your toe in, but you know deep down it will drive you to ruin so you never do it.

2) Rebellion within the safety of your own kind. Since rebellion is a natural instinct of teenagers and twenty somethings and there is no safe outlet that would not result in being ostracized from their families which is an ingrained necessity in most of these cultures, rebellion is safest when it conforms with "acceptance". Rebel within the construct of what is acceptable in the largest part of the body politic or familial. Much better to latch on to some cause and scream about it than to do nothing. And, when you have been told your entire life, from waking to sleeping, eating to drinking, is in danger by zionists, Americans and their decadence, then it becomes easy to direct your natural angry rebellion outside the hearth and home. You get your cake and eat it too.

Those are two, but I'll go for three: It might just be religious fervor. LIke any cult, it always needs it's women followers. If they didn't have any, the men wouldn't join.

Don't get me wrong, I don't refer to Islam as a cult necessarily, but certain sects' behavior in the monitoring of their congregations behavior and interaction in every day life is very cult like. This actually appears in multiple religions, Islam not being alone in this problem. My Christian church actually had several seminars on cults within the faith and their behavior was eerily similar to these folks with the hijabs and the Koran. I even recently wrote about it in conjunction with discussions about Saddamism in Iraq among those who were also in danger from his activities.

It's very similar to things like the Stokholm disease. Your captor becomes your hero and your liberator.

I have often wondered what would happen in Saudi Arabia if all the women just went into the streets and took off their hijab or chador. Just threw them down one day and said they weren't going to take it anymore.

What would the men do? I mean, against all of them if they were in the public square? What would the men and the government do then?

People laugh or roll their eyes about the days of bra burning in the US, but I think the ME needs some serious hijab burning.

 
At 1/25/2006 07:47:00 AM, Blogger . said...

1) I'm not an example of anything.
2) Can you imagine a hijab burning??? I wonder what they wear under them? I'd personally wear nothing, but i'm sure that there is actually regulation outfits. I prefer Bra Burning...but only for girls with nice racks...so, i guess that Hijab burning should only be for hot chicks...they can keep the tents on otherwise.

 
At 1/25/2006 04:00:00 PM, Blogger Scorekeeper said...

I'd personally wear nothing

I'm all for that kind of freedom.

so, i guess that Hijab burning should only be for hot chicks...they can keep the tents on otherwise.

Ok, I agreee with that, especially with the chicks who work at BKing or Wendy's who have facial hair and don't laser it... ahhhhhhhhhhhh!

Then can we hijab the fat smeelly dudes in place of the hot chicks? That way the Hijab Ratio would still be intact?

A local girl in town who used to work at the luncheonette recently married a Syrian Muslim and quickly became a religious fruitcake. So she started wearing the headcover and thinking every guy that talked to her or said hello "wanted" her. It was really funny bcs she is like 18 heavy, akward, and a total 'butta' face. Her husband is a skinny angry Syrian guy who looks like he could have stepped out of an Al Queeda training camp.

they'll be very happy together.

 
At 1/25/2006 04:01:00 PM, Blogger Cindy said...

You would think that the hours Nahla Salamah spent in front of a mirror before she left the house, at on point she would have looked at her backside in a full-length mirror and said: "damn, I have a size tag right in the crack of my ass!!"

 
At 1/25/2006 04:55:00 PM, Anonymous Mohamed said...

You work at BK Scorekeeper? Damn it, I could've bet my right arm that you worked at WalMart, anyway, it's really heartwarming to see that you're fighting your predicament by trying to be funny and cool, that's the spirit man.

 
At 1/25/2006 06:49:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

It looks like to me that dress she's wearing is one of those that's made out of the material that is not see-thru until the flash hits it from the camera...but I might be wrong...sis from the usa

 
At 1/26/2006 07:12:00 AM, Anonymous Jokerman said...

Cindy
Thats the point, she has to leave something to attract attention to the fact she is wearing a thong so the attention & frenzy increases around her.
I guess she was trying to catch a rich Arab producer or something of that nature.

 
At 1/28/2006 09:48:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Kat,thanks for yourvery insightful thoughts.Were you perhaps referring to the Amish wearing head coverings? Did you that most Amish women are practically slaves to their husbands and to tradition? I consider the Old Order Amish sect to be a cult,at least in the strictest sense of the word.Ditto for Islam,though I'd likely be stoned for saying that in certain places,such as the KSA.
I like your idea of a hijab burning,but it ain't gonna happen anytime soon! Legalism and culture demand outward signs of faith and piety,at least for women,but in my opinion it's a sin to hide or cover God's beautiful creation.
Ok,that Nahla woman is the opposite extreme,and needs to show a little less of her less-tha-perfect body! Cute face,maybe,but other than that I find her rather repulsive.

 

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