February 14, 2006

Photo Gallery Coming

I'm trying to upload a series of photos that I think will surprise quite a few people. But I'm having technical difficulties here. As soon as this problem is resolved (hopefully it won't take very long) I will show you pictures of things you have never seen. Stay tuned.

UPDATE: The problem is with my ISP. I can't upload anything. Internet infrastructure is better in Iraq than it is in Lebanon. (Yes, I am completely serious.)

I'll have to go to Starbucks tomorrow and use their wi-fi connection. Then I can show you the cool stuff.

Posted by Michael J. Totten at February 14, 2006 09:11 AM
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Pictures of things I have never seen?

Oh boy, oh boy, oh boy!

Come on, come on....

:-)

Seriously now, thanks for the good flow of excellent articles. I have learned so much on your site, I cannot even begin to value it (and I won't!).

But if you ever make a book out of your articles and pictures, I'll be among the first to buy the hard cover edition!

Posted by: Andrew Brehm at February 14, 2006 09:52 AM

Can't wait.

Posted by: TallDave at February 14, 2006 11:04 AM

Very interesting site. I find your posts very interesting. I have absolutely no idea how I even came across this site.... how strange.

Posted by: James Harmer at February 14, 2006 11:52 AM

Quite a teaser...

I'm looking forward to it, there ain't much these ol' eyes haven't seen.

Papa Ray
West Texas
USA

Posted by: Papa Ray at February 14, 2006 12:54 PM

yes iraq's infrastruture is newer than lebanon.
hopefully with the new laws comming out in here everything will be ok and we stop being in the stone age.

Posted by: wissam at February 14, 2006 04:05 PM

Which ISP are u using?

Posted by: Gab at February 15, 2006 08:19 AM

My ISP is Meganut. They suck.

Posted by: Michael J. Totten at February 15, 2006 08:56 AM

I meant Meganet, not Meganut.

Posted by: Michael J. Totten at February 15, 2006 09:09 AM

Starbucks. Lebanon. Amazing.

Posted by: Patrick at February 15, 2006 10:41 PM

Michael, off topic, but have you heard any talk in Lebanon of reforestation. The cedars, I mean. (Is this an idiotic question?)

Posted by: Patrick at February 15, 2006 10:44 PM

I have not heard any talk of reforestation. But Walid Jumblatt created a Cedar Reserve on the Chouf. It is a forest that comprises 5 percent of the surface area of the country. It's small, but it's nice and it reminds me of Oregon.

Posted by: Michael J. Totten at February 16, 2006 02:31 AM

lol, Mike I never heard of that ISP, must be new. I use Cyberia, not exactly Speedy Gonzales but it get me there...it's no LAN, but hey what do you expect.

Posted by: Gab at February 16, 2006 01:35 PM

Thanks Michael.

Posted by: Patrick at February 17, 2006 08:55 AM
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