Most of you would have probably noticed that I have vanished from the surface of Beirut, and the rumors are probably already flourishing. Many have been asking “Did he leave in embarrassment for the deadly honest radio interview where he revealed his heart and talked about his not-so-successful love stories in Lebanon?” Others might have picked up classified information about me going to Cairo on a date with an Egyptian beauty that I met last time I was around this city. Well, I have already said enough! Khalas! No more juicy details from my love life!
But I can confirm that I indeed am in Cairo! It’s a great city if you like to chill out in insanely noisy chaos. It’s also a city that gives me the glimpse of how it would have been like to be a super hot chick as I cannot walk on the streets for more than five minutes before some sleazy dude wants to take my hand and talk to me. (If only the girls here were a bit like that…) You’ve just gotta look straight and go for your target even if you’re just wandering around. But then again, I’m used to that shit… being famous and all… you know…
But hey! They are revolutionizing the revolution these days! I’m staying in a hotel two blocks away from Tahrir Square and I can constantly hear the masses of people complaining about the new government. A large part of Downtown has been taken over by these people, and there are no cars allowed in the busy core of the city center. When I asked around what the conflict was about, they said: The people in the tents are angry with the people who stole their country after the first revolution, and the non-campers are angry with the campers for camping. That’s why it has the potential of becoming violent.
However, revolution or not, it’s surprisingly easy to make friends here, despite the authorities efforts of making their citizens not talking to foreigners, as shown in this TV commercial:
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Being down with the kids
When the 2famous.TV crew rolled up in our red Mercedes at this beautiful island in the south of Norway, we pretty much felt like stars. I mean, festivals are usually the place where we can show (and prove to ourselves) that we still got it; that we’re still down with the kids, despite the fact that most of our crew is twice the age of the average populat... [more]
– No work visa required
If you live in a shithole, you should come to Norway and join the shitfest!
There is a loophole in the strict Norwegian job market, and that loophole can be found right between a grizzlys genitals and it’s tale (also known as its butthole).
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Here I sit overlooking the rooftops of Oslo while it’s pouring down from the gray sky. It’s that time of the year where all you want to do is to sit inside and drink red wine while being melancholic. I daydream about Lebanon, though Beirut somehow feels like an oriental dream in the distance. It’s so different from where I am right now. It’s almost surreal. But I guess ... [more]
It’s election on Monday, and no one is talking about how much the “Peace Nation” Norway sucks for everyone that’s not in Norway.
I wish I could have talked about something that had something to do with the real world, but I have been living in an isolated bubble for the past week. It’s not my lack of access to the internet that has cut me off, nor is it that I’ve been occupied with setting up the 2famous.TV HQ in Oslo with Knut and Liza. True, I’ve been stressing around decorating my new room so that i... [more]