Tuesday, September 21, 2004

WwoOowoOowoOHHHaaaaaaaaa:))))

Woooohhaaaaaaaa!!
I did it!! I did it!
i finally did it!
I passed!! i am in my senior year now!
Wooohooooo! Yaaaahheeeee!! Woooheeeeeee! Yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!
I am more than 3/4 Engineer now :D
Hey world! Eng Khalid is coming soon!
:)))
I am happy! I am happy! all thank to GOD:)))

me*

15 Comments

#9/21/2004 04:46:00 pm Assalam Aleikom Blogger madtom

Congratulation Khalid, way to go!
What kind of engineer are you going to be?

Madtom

 
#9/21/2004 05:14:00 pm Assalam Aleikom Blogger Bruno

Congratulations!

I also want to know: what kind of engineer are you going to be?

:)

 
#9/21/2004 05:30:00 pm Assalam Aleikom Blogger khalid jarrar

Thank you thank you:))
Environmental Engineering.
me*

 
#9/21/2004 06:01:00 pm Assalam Aleikom Blogger mike

Yeah, but did you get as good marks as your little brother?

 
#9/21/2004 08:35:00 pm Assalam Aleikom Anonymous Anonymous

congratulations from the world !!
^^v^^

 
#9/21/2004 09:34:00 pm Assalam Aleikom Blogger neurotic_wife

Khalid, Alif Alif mabrook, congratulations, I cant wait for you to become instead of 3/4 engineer a fully qualified one, so you can take HUBBY's place and he can come back to meeeeeeeeeee.But please make it quick, dont let me wait 2 yrs,lil 9abir 7dood....lol

 
#9/21/2004 11:10:00 pm Assalam Aleikom Anonymous Anonymous

mabrook ya Khalid

 
#9/21/2004 11:48:00 pm Assalam Aleikom Anonymous Anonymous

Congratulations!!

Barba - http://meetingpoint.splinder.com

 
#9/22/2004 12:20:00 am Assalam Aleikom Blogger liminal

YO! MABROOK ya Khalid! That's awesome dude, good JOB!

 
#9/22/2004 03:33:00 am Assalam Aleikom Anonymous Anonymous

parabens! = congratulations!, Khalid!! ^_^
You're almost an engineer now!

>>>Carol

 
#9/22/2004 05:21:00 am Assalam Aleikom Blogger Alvaro Frota

Parabens, meu irmao!

I used to be a Chemical Engineer and I handled some environmental problens within some Brazilian and English Chemical Factories.

By doing my work, I had to learn more and more Statistics and sudently I turn to be an Statistician...

Well, after occupation's defeat, you will have a lot of environmental problems to solve. I guess the DU contamination brought by your "liberators" is the big one.

Aquele abraço do amigo,

Alvaro

 
#9/22/2004 07:23:00 am Assalam Aleikom Blogger khalid jarrar

Wooohaaaa!!! Yeehhheeehhheeewooohaa!
:)))
thank you allllll its very nice and very sweet of you!
i wish all your lives will be full of success and happiness:))
all you need is to chose a goal, work hard to make it, and depend on GOD:)
thats the recepie:)
thank you again, have a wonderful day:)
me*

 
#9/22/2004 10:50:00 am Assalam Aleikom Blogger Alvaro Frota

Khalid:

More one good news:

Al Lorentz (alorentz@truevine.net), a reservist currently serving with the US Army in Iraq wrote:

Before I begin, let me state that I am a soldier currently deployed in Iraq, I am not an armchair quarterback. Nor am I some politically idealistic and naïve young soldier, I am an old and seasoned Non-Commissioned Officer with nearly 20 years under my belt. Additionally, I am not just a soldier with a muds-eye view of the war, I am in Civil Affairs and as such, it is my job to be aware of all the events occurring in this country and specifically in my region.

I have come to the conclusion that we cannot win here for a number of reasons. Ideology and idealism will never trump history and reality.

When we were preparing to deploy, I told my young soldiers to beware of the "political solution." Just when you think you have the situation on the ground in hand, someone will come along with a political directive that throws you off the tracks.

I believe that we could have won this un-Constitutional invasion of Iraq and possibly pulled off the even more un-Constitutional occupation and subjugation of this sovereign nation. It might have even been possible to foist democracy on these people who seem to have no desire, understanding or respect for such an institution. True the possibility of pulling all this off was a long shot and would have required several hundred billion dollars and even more casualties than we’ve seen to date but again it would have been possible, not realistic or necessary but possible.

Here are the specific reasons why we cannot win in Iraq:

Read more.

Be in "peace" and

Aquele abraço!

Alvaro Frota

 
#9/22/2004 03:24:00 pm Assalam Aleikom Blogger Aunt Najma

I'm happy for you 3/4 engineer..
Bash mohandes soon.
Congratulations..!

 
#9/23/2004 12:25:00 pm Assalam Aleikom Blogger aNarki-13

Congrats dear boy, I graduated this year so I know how it feels to pass or graduate. ADVICE: continue your MSc. don't stop and quit when you finish your BSc.
BTW: I know you're CivEng, but which Uni? sounds like Tech.Uni to me, right?
NICE. i bet you have LOTS of fun there, not like my own good-for-nothing-but-study NAHRAIN (aka Saddam Formerly) University..
well, see ya around.
cheers.

 

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