Tuesday, August 01, 2006

daylight black

fucking no electricity again.
it is 2 PM. i uploaded one single drawing.
thomas edison please help me.

13 Comments:

Blogger jassem hindi said...

Fuck, maz, let me send you some electricity...

2:17 PM  
Blogger b99 said...

so frustrating... being here in Italy. And not being able to do anything... I'll get there soon! Beirut deserves all the best fot the future. The world have to help to re-build all that has been destryed... fuck it!

4:05 PM  
Blogger Bouzo said...

we might be in “light” but cannot be “enlightened” by any inspiration for creating enchanting musical pieces or evocative and true drawings... In “light” of what preceded, never mind the artificial “light”, you have much more powerful “light” within!... Love your blog, stay safe…

5:17 PM  
Blogger Jackie Yu said...

We keep having blackouts in New York City, too, even without a war. A metaphor?

5:51 PM  
Blogger lilone said...

Electricity's BACK WOOOHOOOO
it's so interesting how war makes you grateful for simple things, i'm starting to have simple pleasures; watching tv, having ac, being able to work on the pc*sighs*
This is my 1st war, i guess every lebanese from every generation should witness at least 1 or 2 wars. Anyways as i said b4 i luv this blog, it feels good to know that we're all in this together.

5:57 PM  
Blogger La mirza said...

to maerican citizens....

hi mazen,
please allow me to use the huge success of your site to post this:

i am daily reading people's comment on your site and i am fed up with americans apologizing about bombs paid by their taxes.
i urge hem to stop feeling just guilty and start real action.
the link below is for national war tax resistance coordinating committee that promote War tax resistance.
http://www.nwtrcc.org/

peace, love and trees

6:01 PM  
Blogger penultimo said...

Ciao UOMO con le palle, spero Tu comprenda l'italiano e nell'augurarTI salute anche per la Tua Famiglia e per tutti i Libanesi ancora in vita,spero di poterTi vedere finalmente libero e sereno ad una buona mostra d'arte in Italia con i Tuoi eccezionali disegni, anzi con uno speciale, che mostri il Sacro libano e la Sacra Palestina disinfestati dalle zecche israeliane. Porta un pensiero affettuoso dal mio cuore a quei poveri bimbi e a tutte le altre vittime innocenti. In gamba! E seguita a mostrar le palle, Vi stiamo raggiungendo e siamo già circa 4 miliardi di esseri umani, che vi risolleveranno e daranno giustizia.Dio è con Voi e con tutti gli uomini che soffrono ingiustamente.

6:47 PM  
Blogger novella said...

Ahlan ya Mazen
Sur le mur devant moi il y a la carte de Beyrouth que j’ai accroché depuis que j’y suis été.
Je me rappelle qu’avant de partir pour le Liban il y a deux ans, j’avait trouvé un bouteille en plastique de blanchisseur d’une marque libanaise près de la mer sur la côte dans la ville dont je viens, au sud de l’Italie et – c’est drôle - j’ai retrouvé la même, la même marque, sur le rocher de Batroun. Je pense : l’énergie des courants, des gents et des lieus est toujours plus forte, même plus du black out.
courage!

9:09 PM  
Blogger djmetronome said...

Please be safe...All my support, tho ineffective, is yours...

10:03 PM  
Blogger b99 said...

Why don't we exchange emails? We are all over the world - Australia included... We shoud/could do something. Music?
an exhibition with your drowings?
---A storm is approaching here in Milan and I was wondering how dreadful a F16 flying above your head, ready to drop bombs, shoul be.
ciao good friends, i feel way less alone. thank you all.

10:41 PM  
Blogger b99 said...

Why don't we exchange emails? We are all over the world - Australia included... We shoud/could do something. Music?
an exhibition with your drowings?
---A storm is approaching here in Milan and I was wondering how dreadful a F16 flying above your head, ready to drop bombs, shoul be.
ciao good friends, i feel way less alone. thank you all.

10:44 PM  
Blogger Lisa said...

La douleur, le chagrin, la peur, ça n’a ni couleur de peau, ni religion, ni culture distincte. Des gens de partout à travers le monde sont touchés par ce qui se passe au Liban et le carnage de ces enfants, et de tous les autres aussi, est inacceptable. J’espère tant que la paix reviendra, chez toi et partout ou elle est négligée, bafouée. J'espère que le monde réagira rapidement pour faire de cette guerre du passé.

Que ton Dieu te protège, que la vie te soit meilleure dans les années à venir.

Courage Mazen. Courage.

12:44 AM  
Blogger In Silence said...

If electricity fails, we will still communicate through our hearts. It is, and always have been the safest connection.
Stay safe Mazen!

1:20 AM  

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