Monday, January 31, 2011

Egypt - The New Spirit of National Pride

What they have done here, now, shall forever reverberate in the annals of time, it shall be said "remember what the people of Egypt did on the 25th of January 2011".

No one shall ever rob you of your dignity or self-respect.

National Pride has a new home, for the first time in 30 years.


Bloggers Unite - for the Right to Freedom of Online Speech

Please pardon the quotation "Mark"s (geddit?) I am not fluent in legalese but have to word things very sensitively as a JiC.

*This is purely a work of fiction and has no relation to any events, past or present, real or fake*

(there we go, all nice and "fictional")
It came to me in a dream once that a "Well known and respected blogger", if not the most known, was being taken to court over a review written on their Blog.

A little Googling goes a long way, check out what pops up for the search string suing bloggers for reviews:

Four Questions To Ask Before Suing Bloggers
1) Are you prepared for negative coverage?

2) Is it really a problem?

3) Will legal action solve the problem?

4) Can you work with them rather than against them?

The whole idea of suing someone for having an opinion is ridiculous and lame, regardless of where it is implemented, and a sign of some Legal depts having way too much free time on their hands.

Now, said blogger would be gearing up to appear in court, from my limited but thorough experience with Law, thank you John Grisham for all those wonderful novels, I believe "they" will base their case on the sole fact that a video was made of the food preparation and that somehow violates their rights as an establishment, privacy laws etc. They will not be attacking the review itself because, it is just that, a review.

Kuwait does not have a resident critic, and they cannot be angered at one person voicing his opinion.

Given the recent events that are taking place, with emancipations and voicing of opinions to the highest levels, it seems a likely idea for people to follow suit, hypothetically.

This "hypothetical" watchdog that is planning to sue this "hypothetical" blogger in a completely "hypothetical" situation, should be informed by the blogging community at large, under their real names and not aliases, that such behavior is widely unacceptable and has already resulted in irreparable dammage to their brand identity, as one of the main concerns of establishments operating in the 21st century is customer feedback.

Have you never heard of the phrase, "the customer is always right?"

I believe that this country has a wide network of interconnected blogs, we are a community of sorts, of differents shapes and sizes, races and religions, tastes and preferences; this is a blow to the community as a whole.

So, as a community as a whole, a "hypothetical" action is required, of voicing discontent in a civil manner, by writing to the "hypothetical" watchdog and informing them of our "distaste" for the justice dish they are serving... No pun intended, honest!

The term "class action" comes to mind, a class action voicing of opinion, separately or in, groups? Together or at separate times?

A weekend is a great time to go to the mall, isn't it? To get some fresh air, and get some things off your chest (and out of your wallet too, but that is another story).

Imagine if you will, a "hypothetical" situation, in which bloggers were able to identify with each other via, caps? t-shirts? similar color scheme? Who knows, and each would take it upon themselves to walk in line, single file, at regular intervals, into the focal point for the matter-at-hand, and voice their opinion, in a civil manner, to the intended person (not just anyone).

Wouldn't that make the world a better place?

"That was, Cold Blooded... UNITY"

Solidarity with Egypt

Music videos that depict the struggle going on in Egypt to a T.

notable lyrics:

There's too many men, too many people
Making too many problems
And there's not much love to go around
Can't you see this is a land of confusion?

This is the world we live in
And these are the hands we're given
Use them and let's start trying
To make it a place worth living in

notable lyrics:
 Let's go!
This is a wake up call to one, to all
The opposition it will take the fall
Are you sick of just getting by?
Are you tired of fucking crying?
Are you looking for a better life?

Change or die
We're looking for the answers of our life tonight
You gotta change or die
The answer is for you to do what's right tonight

Spirit Real Estate Co. Dispirited - Goes Belly Up

You had to have been living under a rock during the March-May 2010 period not to have heard of, nor seen ads for, Spirit Real Estate.

It took the world by surprise; a company with an IPO open to all nationalities, not just Kuwaiti's (for the less-financially inclined, IPO is Initial Public Offering, and that is the first selling of shares to the general public by a company at its par value [i.e. technically the cheapest price for the stock]).

The media influence was phenomenal; Linda was talking about it on the breakfast show, the papers ran several ads calling upon investors, street signs etc. the works. They went all out with media exposure.

It was also being audited by KPMG, one of the big four audit firms of the world. What could go wrong?

Sadly, everything turned out to be a bunch of bull-manure.

They were promising a 15% cash dividend on the first year of investment. It is now January 2011, I foolishly joined in May 2010, and the company lacks the proper funding to go through. I believe they overstreched their budget in terms of marketing.

At first I thought it must have been a scam; the website was rarely ever updated, the emails never responded and the telephones never picked up.

Fortunately, they are offering everyone their money back.

However, being the financially savvy person I pretend to be, I have to wonder, what about my cash dividends? I gave up the money I put into this scheme, and my opportunity cost could have been an investment elsewhere, but lets look at the risk-free rate of return, what banks would have offered, meagre as it may be, it was still an income.

I am also inclined to consider, what if they put all the money they collected as paid-in capital into an interest bearing account, or invested it through banks in the short-term, and kept the interest for themselves? Imagine, lets say for arguments sake that 1,000 people paid 500KD each to be shareholders; thats 500,000KD. According to the Commercial Bank of Kuwait, this amount would have netted them KD5,547.946 as a deposit in the Bank, risk free.

Whatever the case may be, they are offering all investors their money back:

They are situated in the Free Trade Zone, sharing an office with the Commercial Markets Complex.

Call them up at 22251856, show up with your civil ID, and reclaim your investment.

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Conspiracy Sports - The Economics of Football part II

Last July I wrote a post entitled Conspiracy Sports - The Economics of Football (here) pointing out the fact that through-out history, victories have been attained by those who had just overcome adversity.

I will not repeat it, if anyone wants to read it, the link is mentioned above.

The thing is; I was going over this "Conspiracy Theory" with a colleague and they gave me their 2 Cents which I appreciated; maybe at times of adversity, said teams are more motivated to attain victory for their respective countries, and hence perform spectacularly in order to achieve victory.

The current sport in question is the Asia Football Confederation Cup, contested in Qatar, and the finals are to be between Japan, the Samurai's, and Australia, the Kangaroo's.

Personally, I'm hoping the Samurai's grill up some Kangaroo's, and that Saki triumphs over Fosters. Not for any particular reason other than the fact that I love the Japanese warrior sounding names, and feel they are a great team, and that Kawashima is a great goal-keeper, who has been doing his homework since their loss to Paraguay in the Round of 16 penalties.


If my conspiracy theory is to hold true and prove correct, this is the pivotal make-or-break junction to it, Australia MUST win the match, given the recent tragedies that have occured with the floods.

So, now we watch, and wonder.

What will happen?

Japan has previously won the Cup on 3 occasions (1992, 2000, 2004), making them one of the Top 3 to achieve this (the other two are Saudi Arabia and Iran).

Australia has NEVER won the cup before, never even reaching the finals before, or even the semi's.

More useful programs; WordWeb - The FREE Dictionary/ Thesaurus

Ever get the feeling when cruising the WWW that grammar and vocabulary tragically passed away when the internet became mainstream?

It has gotten so bad that Ministers etc (as I said before, I'm not really following that scene, I just steal the occasional glance at a newspaper) are debating the death of linguistics, and requesting that companies stop using the Franco-Arabic language in advertisements (thats the 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 amidst English lettering).

To be honest, I dont understand that language half the time, and end up feeling like a redneck hillbilly with 0 enunciation skills, I posted a while ago a picture I took on the 2nd Ring Road, and I had no idea what it read (thanks to the readers for pointing it out).

Also, there are a bunch of people who tend to over-articulate; instead of saying something like my stomach hurts, they'd say I have pains in my intestines, stuff like that.

Maybe I'm being all high and mighty, but there should be a common ground between those two. I detest reading things like "ur welcum" (obvious reasons), and the abbreviation of good into "gud" is just plain ignorant, and highly stupid. Good = 4 letters, Gud = 3 letters, is that REALLY an abbreviation? I'd accept gd even!

I digress, as always.

The program I wish to share this time (this coming after my announcement of wanting to be the Sports Page of Kuwait, now I am PC User Magazine) is WordWeb, a free (emphasis on free, i love freeware, I stopped using cracked software a long time ago for reasons that are not clear to me [zonealarm]) PC-based dictionary/thesaurus that is the solution to all your vocabulary woes (its even compatible with the iPhone!).

WordWeb is a one-click English thesaurus and dictionary for Windows that can look up words in almost any program. It works off-line, but can also look up words in web references such as the Wikipedia encyclopedia. Features of the free version include:

Definitions and synonyms
Related words
5000 audio pronunciations
65 000 text pronunciations
150 000 root words
120 000 synonym sets
Look up words in almost any program

Once its installed (from here) all you need to do is hit Ctrl+Alt+W on any word you are wanting to understand better or even spell properly (you can highlight it or just keep the blinking word cursor near it) and WordWeb will translate/ correct it for you in a separate window. It even has the option of enunciation, showing you how to properly pronounce the word in question.

I use it alot, so much so that when I am on a friends PC and come across a word I do not understand, I immediately hit Ctrl+Alt+W and wait, only to realise that WordWeb is not installed there.


Sunday, January 23, 2011

Cleaning out the Clutter -removing duplicate PC files easily

Long story short: this article is about a program I recently found out about called Duplicate Cleaner (download link) a freeware program that scans your drives and picks out all the duplicate files, giving you the option of deleting them.

•The fastest free way to find duplicate files

•Award Winning
•Deep scan music tags - includes MP3, iTunes types and more.
•Delete, move or hard link duplicate files. Save disc space!
•Multiple language support.
•For Microsoft Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7.
•This Duplicate File Cleaner is Freeware!

Now, my Story for those so inclined to want to read it:

I am not, nor have I ever been or will ever be, a tech-expert. I did not go to the Faculty of Computer Science or Info Tech, I am what you might call a tech-savvy user.

In a nutshell, I google.

Like most out there, I've been bit by the download bug, and have downloaded GBs upon GBs of movies, series, music, programs etc. It has come to the point where I have downloaded so much that I need external storage. And worse! When it comes to music, I cant remember where I saved whatever I want to listen to, so I end up downloading it again!

Eureka have a great offer atm; a sexy, 1TB "plug-&-play" external hard-disk, for 28KD!

P&P means it does not need an external power supply, as the first generation of TB HDs did.

I say sexy coz the one I picked up was red, and it comes with a nice satchel to put the HD in, and it reminds me of Iron-Man (that red!) so I called the Drive "Jarvis".

Anyhoo, I digress.

My problem was when I put all my current clutter from my PC to my Jarvis, I found several duplicate files and was mentally taking note of where they were so I can delete em and save some space (coz trust me, 1TB is NOT a lot when it comes to me).

Whilst beginning this seemingly archaic method of file separation, i thought to myself, well isnt there a program that can do this for me? And go through my files and highlight the duplicates, instead of me doing it manually?

Ask and you shall receive! Thank you google.

Another nice program that cleans the arteries of your PC is CCleaner:

CCleaner is the number-one tool for cleaning your Windows PC. It protects your privacy online and makes your computer faster and more secure. Easy to use and a small, fast download.

My Target Niche - to become Kuwaits Sports & Activities Blog

Last thursday I had the pleasure of receiving a tour of The 3 Club's facility in Shuwaikh, which inspired me to take the initiative to focus this blog onto more sports related activities regarding Kuwait.

1) What I saw @ The 3 Club
The 3 Club is part of Extreme Sports. At their new premises located in Shuwaikh's Al-Tilal Center, the vast space is put to good use, as an area is sectioned off for The 3 Club members (who enjoy a 15% discount on all items at Extreme Sports)

AL-Tilal Complex, Shuwaikh

Phone: 25755898/ 22254567

You can get in touch with the co-founder Rabaa Al-Hajri via:

Extreme Sports is the one-stop shop for all cyclists
they even offer tailored bikes, as in to your specifications!
(I only recently found out about bikes being correct sizes)

What does The 3 Club offer?
If ever there was a case of you reap what you sow, this is it. The 3 Club is built on YOUR goals, and alligning those goals to their vision. It is a lifetime commitment to being healthy, as you are not partaking in one, or two, but three physical sports that challenge both the mind as well as the body.

Upon registration, your measurements are taken (some medical tests are required prior to screening) and recorded for historical purposes, much like "The Biggest Loser" (which I referenced, and Rabaa rebutted), it gives you the ability to map your progress and transformation. And transform you shall.

Not only are you supervised in each activity by a licensed professional from abroad, but you are also suggested a foot regiment based on your daily intake (none of that 0.5grams of cheese nonsense; real quantities that you can follow) that will help you achieve your target.

All classes are capped at 25 persons, to ensure that each person is properly attended to during sessions.

This requires a commitment as the group has morning meetings during the week, as in early morning, for runs etc. Time management is a trait you will adopt, free-of-charge!

One of their most nifty gadgets that really caught my attention was the tread-cycler (I will call it that as I do not know its proper name).

What it is; a brace for the backwheel of your street bike (thin tyres), it comes in two forms: basic and complex. Basic runs about 148KD, whilst complex is 248KD.


With the complex brace, you can plug it into your PC, and upon purchasing special DVDs available at the store (16KDish), you can virutally partake in any of the international cycling races such as the Tour de France etc. With the tread-cycler mimicing terrain and resistance to give you the feeling of being right there (now imagine this coupled with a big-screen TV, and you have your daily workouts!)

Plus, Extreme Sports is the place to go to sign up for this The Kuwait Charity Run

(I really wish they'd change that marsupial, it looks like its, well, pooping out the title!)

Lead by the appropriated monikered "Kuwait's Fitness Warrior" Yousef Al-Qanai, who shall partake in the Marathon De Sables, a six day marathon across the Sahara Desert in Morocco. He's also spending his tuesday evenings helping make the Populace here a little bit more active.

Third; Gaelic Football.

A new sport being brought to Kuwait, which combines all of the following sports into one neat package: football, basketball, handball, rugby.

Don't believe me? Watch this:

The group, newly formed (2 weeks old so far) meets every friday from 2 ~ 3 at the Kuwait University Football pitch on their Shuwaikh campus. The sport is A LOT of fun, and very worthwhile in terms of fitness.

After the gaelic football finishes at 3, another group take over the pitch and play regular football, everyone is welcome to that too.

I want my blog to be dedicated to such similar activities and events.

I want to be The Sports/ Activities page of Kuwait; not so much a reviewer of stuff like local football/ basketball matches, but a source for all the sports-inclined to check in with to find out how to occupy themselves from a fitness perspective.

Thats my Goal :)

Thursday, January 20, 2011

Islamist MP Waleed Al-Tabtabaei preaches Equality

my choice of images is limited by my imagination
and google search
as i am not a photoshop genius

KUWAIT CITY, Jan 19: Islamist MP Waleed Al-Tabtabaei requested private sector companies on Wednesday to grant all non-Kuwaitis under their employment a bonus amounting to one month’s salary on the occasion of the national and liberation day anniversaries. (link)

To all the naysayers.

It has been proposed, so whether or not it is followed through is up to the Private sector companies.

However as we say in Islam الأعمال بالنيات

So for those who earn KD1,000+ a month, and are working for a DECENT company, congratulations you are getting treated like a Kuwaiti!

How to get Spyware Doctor for FREE - Legally!

Viruses are a thing of the past, at least if you are as diligent as I in not downloading executional files from questionable websites.

However, the internet has evolved, and now the aim is not to destroy your computer, but to constantly track and monitor your online behavior, to show you the relevant pop-ups, and to entice you enough to click on them (clicks = $$$).

So, what is Adware?
 Adware is software that loads itself onto a computer and tracks the user's browsing habits or pops up advertisements while the computer is in use. Adware and spyware disrupt your privacy and can slow down your computer as well as contaminate your operating system or data files.

What about Spyware (think James Bond)
Spyware is a type of malware that can be installed on PCs, and collects small pieces of information about users without their knowledge. The presence of spyware is typically hidden from the user, and can be difficult to detect. Spyware is secretly installed on the user's PC. Sometimes, however, spywares such as keyloggers are installed by the owner of a shared, corporate, or public computer on purpose in order to secretly monitor other users.

Think of Spy/Ad-ware as the lipids that block the arteries of your internet-heart, making it slow and unbearable.

You know those websites that offer to run a free virus check, and then upon finding a gazillion viruses on your PC they tell you to buy their software to get rid of it?

Gone are those days mein freunds!

Spyware Doctor is one of THE BEST programs out there. It constantly scans and updates, then deletes all forms of malicious cookies etc.

HOWEVER, if you simply go to PCTools and download the program, it will install perfectly, and scan, but then it will refuse to delete the contaminants unless you buy the full version.

Sucks right?

As they say, the best things in life are free, so follow this simple step:
go to (or just type google pack in google), and follow the instructions.

I had 2 threats and 50 infections on my first scan; my dads PC had 6 threts and 145 infections (@ 75% complete, I left it alone at that point).

FYI forums are a cesspool of spy/adware!

And remember; you heard it on iBlooogle :)

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Addressing the 1,000 Pink Elephants in the Room

Being the astute student of current events that I am, it is impossible for me to turn a blind eye to the Kunation’s current juicy, topic of discussion. It is time to address the pink elephant in the room, the proverbial sword of Damocles hanging over everyone’s head.

The granting of KD1,000 as a gift from his highness, The Amir, to the Kuwaiti people. Rumor has it this amount is to be augmented by a further KD750 from one other official (The Crown Prince? I am totally unaware of the system after the Amir to be honest) and KD500 from another.

A purported grand-total of KD2,250, or roughly $8,000.

Now, let us begin the dissection.

First, it is a grand show of solidarity on behalf of the Kuwaiti populace. This tiny, minute country on the Arabian Gulf which boasts the world’s strongest currency.

What deeply saddens me though, is the reaction of the people.

No doubt many of you read the “other” blog (hehe, cheeky devil I am) and must have seen that the post dated January 17, 2011 has generated an overwhelming response from Kuwaiti citizens and Expats alike. There are several mixed views, from both sides ironically. Some expats are congratulatory, some are cautionary, others are speculative and wondering, “well where is our share?”. Perhaps most intriguing is the reaction of Kuwaiti Citizens who believe this further personifies Kuwaitis as being “lazy” and getting money for nothing, whilst others were quite receptive of the amount, vowing to spend it wisely, whilst others will blow it on accessories and what not. Perhaps the most disturbing comments are those of citizens attacking the complaining expats; there have been words tossed around such as “second class citizens”, and the most used line was “if you don’t like it, leave, you have no rights”.

It saddens me to read such comments, from both sides mind you, expats and citizens alike.

The problem is, the comments of the few which are spiteful, are always taken to be the general consensus of that particular faction, as they say in Arabic الحســنة تخــص والســيئة تــعم (please feel free to correct my spelling if I am mistaken). Those few expats who complain about their “dues” will reflect upon the entirety, as well as those few Kuwaiti citizens who brag, boast and complain as to how they will spend the money (albeit they may be joking), and the other few who took accusatory stances and condemned all expats as money-hungry blood-suckers who should go back to their own countries if they are not happy here.

I will not start with the cliché argument of “we are all one” and “flower power”. What I will say is, why do people take things so personally?

It shames me to believe that in this country that has come so far, this mentality of inequality still remains. And let me tell you, from the stories I have been told, it has come far:

My grandmother, god rest her soul, and grandfather, god rest his soul, came to Kuwait to work in the medical and educational fields respectively. I remember my grandmother telling me stories of how Kuwait was a barren desert-land, infested with mice and rats, with no running water in some areas. Stories about receiving postal letters, transportation, attending functions etc. really, Kuwait has come quite far.

Another view from the eyes of an expat; I have spent the better part of my 24 years of age here, I was born here, I was raised here, I went to school here, and I now work here. Kuwait has changed. The golden age would have been the 90’s, when rents were reasonable and apartments were spacious. Key in the construction bubble, and all the buildings of old which were 4 stories at best, 4 apartments to a floor, were razed and replaced with their gargantuan doubles, with half the space and double the rent. True, there are no taxes, but the cost of living in Kuwait has been steadily rising with salaries held stable, stale comes to mind.

An expat employee in the ministry of electricity has received the same salary, from before the Gulf war, till quite recently when the Cabinet approved their overdue increments.

Can you imagine that?

So, not all expats are living a high life of luxury, some of them are struggling, but that is not the concern of the Kuwaiti citizens (unless they add to that burden).

Expats are here in Kuwait by choice, not by force. We are all transients, so at one point of time or the other, we are all destined to leave this country or be buried here (as opposed to having our mortal remains expatriated). Whether it is living conditions, climate, education, work prospects etc. that keeps us here, it is unilaterally by choice. There is NOTHING wrong with going to where you get the most benefits. Not one place is perfect, so like they said, Kuwait is a paradise compared to other places, even nations such as the USA or UK. In the end, it is all relative.

On the other hand, not all Kuwaiti citizens are filthy rich and rolling in it, as many expats are inclined to believe.

The media has painted Kuwaiti citizens as being lavish live-style leaders, who spend more than they earn, take out loans to go on vacation, drive fast cars and live in large mansions.

“Cradle-to-Grave” benefits is a term used to describe all Kuwaitis.

However, even this seemingly perfect system has had unfortunate individuals fall through the cracks, as is apparent in the “other” blogs follow-up.

To some, that grant will be a welcomed respite, a breath of fresh air, a loosening of the strangle-hold of debt and impoverishment.

So why should the expats complain when the likes of these unfortunates receive this grant?

The minority (who represent the majority) will always feel like they’re efforts are unrecognized. The majority (who are a minority) i.e. the citizens should not take such feelings personally, as it leads to the breeding of animosity.

The reason I stopped viewing was due to their bias reporting, and the fact that every ignorant hick who felt the need to parade their idiocy online were left unrestrained; it lead to several, disgusting comments attacking Islam, to which I said no more.

As a society, we are in need of restrictions, and guidelines. For without them, without authority, there will be chaos, as is evident by the overwhelming responses to that particular post.

Let not the deluded perception of a few tarnish the thoughts of the many.

In closing, a few passages from the holy quran:

{وَعَسَى أَنْ تَكْرَهُوا شَيْئًا وَهُوَ خَيْرٌ لَكُمْ وَعَسَى أَنْ تُحِبُّوا شَيْئًا وَهُوَ شَرٌّ لَكُمْ وَاللَّهُ يَعْلَمُ وَأَنْتُمْ لَا تَعْلَمُونَ} [البقرة: 216]}

        ( إِنَّ اللَّهَ يَرْزُقُ مَنْ يَشَاءُ بِغَيْرِ حِسَابٍ )

قال رسول الله عليه الصلاة والسلام(كلكم راعى وكلكم مسؤولن عن رعيته) فيجب ان يعلم هؤلأ انهم سيوسألون عن تلك الاموال يوم القيامه فماذا ستكون إجابتهم أمام الله عز وجل قال تعالى
 (اليوم نختم على افوههم وتكلمنا ايدهم وتشهد ارجلهم بما كانو يكسبون)

And on another, completely unrelated note, The Ministry of Electricity and Water issued the following statement; 2013 power shortage imminent.

Thank you for taking the time to read this.

Live long and AYMSTRONG

Tuesday evening just got healthier!

Visionaries are those who etch the path for the rest to follow. They are the ones that climb the mountains and build the bridges for others to cross.

In that regard, Yousef Al-Qanai is a Visionary.

Having recently fulfilled his dream of securing a sponsorship from Nike (Ali Abdulwahab Sons & Co.) to represent not only the Nike brand, not only Kuwait, not only the Arab Nation but everyone who dared to dream, to aspire, in the Marathon Des Sables, a six-day marathon across the Sahara Desert in Morocco, Yousef is also giving back to the community.

Every tuesday.

Join his Weekly Workout by registering here.

Read a little bit more about previous Weekly Workouts here.

Let Twenty-One-One (the OFFICIAL Aymz descriptive term for the year 2011) be a year of healthy FUN.

FYI biologically speaking, our bodies will be more inclined to pass on this FREE weekly event, as the cold climate puts us all in a suspended hibernation mode, even worse, in an attempt to keep us warm, our body will be storing more fats. So we will get HEAVIER even if we eat the same normal rations, due to biology and lack of movement.

Sign up, and await further instructions.

Yousef will be there. Will YOU?

Two Hundredth Post :)

Tuesday, January 18, 2011


Out of a list of top 100 websites in Kuwait, I am proud to say that I came in @ number 5,856.

Its a start :)

Want to know the rank of your blog/ website? Want information on traffic from a reliable source?

Ask this charming lady right here:


Sports-Tracker: The Free GPS app for Nokia Smart-Phones!

Its no secret, I am envious of the Apple-People for all their wicked, cool applications. Not so envious that I would decide to lug around that obtuse device, but still, a little envious.

Until I found this whilst cruising the Ovi shop for free apps.

So, out of curiousity, I installed the app on my shoddy N97 (the WORST phone made by Nokia in terms of GPS capabilities!)

Last saturday I decided to rise early and go for my routine, weekly morning jog (previously mentioned in my blog, heres the link to that page)

I had mapped it out (With painstaking difficulty and agony) on MapMyRun (which btw offers a similar app for IPhoners).

I decided for the first time ever to take my phone along for the run, and attempt to use this app (as it had worked previously whilst I was messing about with it during my warm-up for the Gaelic football I took part in on friday).

I slipped it into my sweater pocket, zipped up, turned on my iPod (don't judge me!) and hit the pavement.

To maintain your attention, please follow the following link to see Sports Tracker in action.

It kicked in halfway through my jog (testament to Nokia's shoddy crappiness of N97 GPS ability), but it DID work!

The actual length of my run is roughly 12KM, Sports-Tracker kicked in and counted 5.71KM, but it counted 11,136 steps! (for rough distance calculation, divide the steps by 1,000 for KM)

Soon as I saw it was actually tracking, I got my second wind and slapped the side-street of the 30 as I ran down, taking pictures along the way (for my own reference, or so I thought).

Stats given by Sports-Tracker:
Avg Speed
Avg Pace
Step Rate
Heart Rate (you need a separate hardware for that I believe)
HR Avg
HR Max

Once I got home, I signaled the end of my run, Sports-Tracker immediately locked in to my wireless network and said, "would you like to upload your activity online?", followed by "would you like to include the pictures you took along the way?", and last but not least "would you like to link this to facebook?".

I was dumbstruck. The keyword of technology for the 21st Century is truly INTEGRATION.

You can also use this app for cycling, walking, running etc. Any activity! It even measures speed, elevation etc. And given the recent trend towards healthy living, I am sure many of you will find this app as spectacular as I did.

After Whatsapp Messenger, this is my favorite application for Nokia!

Note to all the unfortunate souls who share my conundrum in owning similar crapola N97s, you can hasten the speed at which GPS signal is picked up by doing the following:

1) Get the latest version of Nokia/ Ovi Suite
2) Connect your phone to the Suite, switch on the Maps application
3) DOWNLOAD the map for Kuwait, it is 4.8MB
4) Turn on MAPS before Sports-Tracker and leave it on (locate my position)

Ofcourse, this means your battery will be drained fast, but hopefully it will last long enough to catalogue your run.

Great news for Nokia owners!

PS for all those joggers out there, trust me when I say that running shoes MAKE A DIFFERENCE.

I started buying my Adidas running shoes @ Sportsman in Salmiya a long time ago. But I never paid attention to "wear-&-tear", I thought, as long as the shoe fits, I can run with it. Sadly I was mistaken. Even if the shoe is"intact", after a number of runs it no longer supports the soles of the feet as it should, and you end up seriously hurting yourself. I used to think something was wrong when my shins hurt during the first leg of my run, but when I changed my shoes (for saturdays run) to a new pair, I felt no pain.

Decent Shoes = No Running Blues
(figuratively & literally!)

PS This application would go great with The 3 Club & AYMSTRONG activities =D

Hotmail sending out Spam? Heres how to DEAL with it!

A How-To guide in removing Hotmail Adware, brought to you by Lord Aymz:

(if you found this post useful, and effective in ridding you of Hotmail's problem, say so please ;D)

Is this email familiar, or many like it, in numerous languages or for various purposes?


Subject: RE:hi

Date: Wed, 28 Apr 2010 09:34:56 +0000

Hey, how are you doing ?

Very low price ,original quality Iphone ,Ipad,Blackberry ,PS3 ,,nikon ,SONY ,motorcycle ~! They do wholesale business. i think it is suibalble for your business , contact E-mail: Msn :

I have got a iPhone , very fast shipping
If so, then you have been adware-ised. I can link it to addition of "unscrupulous" unkown individuals on MSN (guys, if some unkown chick adds you on MSN Messenger, it could be a virus; or worse, a BOT, trust me :P). Once they gain access to your MSN Messenger, from there they can easily get your password (if you set your MSN to "remember password").
So, what to do in this crappy situation?
First of all; damage control.
The email will be sent to ALL your contacts, everyone you ever sent an email to. And if they follow the link, boom, they are infected to. A nation of PC Zombies.
This adware, its not really a virus as it does not destroy your computer or corrupt your files, it just uses it for nefarious purposes, is smart. It penetrates deep into your e-mail and even adjusts your "on holiday" response, your signature, the whole enchilada. Start by re-setting these to their defaults.
Step 2; Scan your PC via Housecall Online Scan
Step 3; Remove any and all infections found (duh!)

Step 4; Go back to your inbox, CHANGE YOUR PASSWORD

trust me, I hated this too, I've had my password ever since I opened my account, but, alas, I was stupid, and I am paying the price for my stupidity.

Step 5; Disable "remember my password" on MSN Messenger

And bada-bing, your adware free :)

Before following any link, anywhere, whether its sent to your email, your mobile, or even posted on your facebook wall, ask yourself this question: Does my friend who sent me this, or posted this to my wall, really talk like that? The emails sound forced, and are generated by BOTS.

With that simple question, you will spare yourself alot of hassle.
And also, Please do NOT email the emails mentioned in italic :D

Just in Case; coz I once sent out a joke email called "Learn Chinese in 5 Minutes" and some people thought it was REAL)

Don't believe me? Here it is:

Monday, January 17, 2011

My first Retraction: The 3 Club are A-Ok!

There comes a time in every writers (?) life where they must man up and admit they are mistaken.

Yesterday I blogged about how upset I was with The 3 Club over my "rejection letter". I was not, as it seemed, rejected based on my athletic prowess. It was a case of my misreading an email, and jumping to conclusions.

So, I received a call today whilst at my desk diligently working. It was punch-out time, but I called back.

It was The 3 Club! Apparently, they read what I wrote. Now that means one of 3 things:

a) Kuwait is REALLY small and someone who knows someone who knows someone at The 3 Club read it and told them.

b) I'm very good at picking key words or am really good at writing.

c) The 3 Club have Twitter.

I'm guessing its a mixture of a & c!

So, my caller was very quick to reassure me that I was not rejected based on my merits, but on my nationality, as I had apparently enrolled mistakenly into a Kuwaitis only program that had nothing to do with triathlons.

Boy is my face red.

Now, she was not upset at the post, nor did she ask me to remove it, I did so of my own accord.

The 3 Club have amazing PR, and incredible interpersonal skills.

I was wrong about them. Entirely.

I have been invited to tour their facility on thursday. One more homage to their customer relations.

Glad to know companies in Kuwait REALLY CARE about what people have to say, even if they are, misinformed.

ALTHOUGH, I stick by my comment of the picture; it really is 25MB large, and can so easily be made into a much smaller JPG.

Other than that, I apologise to The 3 Club.

Keep up the great work!

Kuwait Health Camp - Shed the Pounds! AYMSTRONG

On the heels of the recent news of the allowance for each of the 1.12 million native citizens to get KD1,000 in cash as well as free essential food items until March 31, 2012, in a bid to stem rising food prices for CITIZENS.

(Kuwaiti ruler grants $4 bn, free food to citizens )

However, The 2.4 million foreign residents of Kuwait are excluded from the grant and the free food. Sucks to be an expat. No free food.

Anyhoo, I digress, on the heels of this recent news, another group has arisen to help tackle the obesity issue that is plaguing Kuwait.

CNN (a newsite I have since boycotted) has put the obesity levels in Kuwait as being as high as 75%.

One group has decided to battle the bulge, fight the fat, tackle the tummies and abolish the bellies (phew!)..

They Are: AYMSTRONG (no affiliation with me btw, Aymz)


Subject: مخيم الكويت لتخسيس الوزن

‫مخيم الكويت لتخسيس الوزن

فكرة فريدة من نوعها تجمع المشتركين في فرق تتنافس من أجل تخسيس الوزن وتغيير نمط الحياة الى نمط صحي ومشرق بالاضافة الى ان يصبح المشتركون اقوى واكثر انتاجية في حياتهم ومجتمعهم.

The idea of a unique pool of participants in teams vying for weight loss and lifestyle changes to the pattern of healthy and bright individuality in addition to the participants becoming stronger and more productive in their lives and their community.

للمزيد من المعلومات و التسجيل

Direct Line: 999-64-794

عنوان المركز
Shuwaikh, Hazar Center
1st Floor, Office 5
Tel: 249-28-042

So as you can see, they have a presence on Facebook, get in touch and kick off the New Year as the Healthy, New You.

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

The Perpetual Fall of George "Dubyah" Bush

For all you office junkies out there who need a website to break the routine and crack a smile on those drone, monotonous faces:

Just use the mouse to pick him up and drop him elsewhere.


Wednesday, January 05, 2011

Job Vacancies @ J & A General Trading & Contracting Co.W.L.L, Kuwait

This is NOT a staffing firm, but I got this via email and, since I don't know anyone to fit the bill, I'm spreading the word. Maybe YOU know someone who knows someone who needs a job in the following fields:

Tis the New Year after all:

Logistic Officer with Automotive background

Salary KD 500/-

Warranty Administrator

Salary KD 250 – 300/-

Spare parts price analyst

Salary KD 300/-

Asst. Spare Parts Manager

Salary KD 500/-

Workshop Supervisor

Salary Negotiable

Diploma in Automobile/Mechanical Engineering or similar

Workshop (Branch) Manager

Sales Man (2 years experience)

Salary Negotiable

C.N.C. Transformer Winter

Salary KD 150/- above

Project Manager/ Site manager (15 yrs experience)

Salary Negotiable

Assistant Manager -

Salary KD 600/- above

Designer Engineer – 3 yrs experience

Salary KD 400/- above

Wall Painter

Salary KD 250/-

Cable Jointer

Salary KD 150/- Kd

Core coil Assembler

Salary Negotiable

Electrical & Planning Engineer

Salary – Negotiable


Mobile : +965-9958-5661

Office : +965-2434-2782

Fax : +965-2434-2762

Music Finally has a permanent Address in Kuwait:

Before, music was a taboo subject in Kuwait, live music was attacked viciously by the police with mannerisms similar to a rave party.

Now, there is hope in the cosmos, for one website shall be the focal-point for all music related info in our dear State of Kuwait.

Stock Trade 101 - Sold my first shares on the Kuwait Stock Echange!

Ok, I am really excited and doing cartwheels at the moment.

I just sold my first lot of shares on the Kuwait Stock Exchange, for 200% returns!

People gotta fly, and airplane companies gotta lease planes, so on that note, I would like to thank ALAFCO (Aviation Leasing & Financing Co.) for making this possible for me.

A year or so ago, I decided to venture with a small amount of money onto the stock exchange of Kuwait, it was an amount that I would not mind losing, or having tied up for an extended period of time.

If you go back a couple of months, you will find I gave people pointers on how to invest in Kuwait. Now I will tell you how to sell.

You can buy stocks without the assistance of a broker easily online. Selling is the tricky part.

You have to call a number. I use Union Securities Brokerage Co. (USBC - 1837777) because they allow you to open an account for any amount you choose, unlike NBK Capital, the greedy slime, who require a minimum of KD5,000.

There are two markets in the stock exchange that I wish to talk about, Round lot and Odd lot. Round lot means multiples of 1,000+ (high value), Odd lot is a lot less than 1,000 (for example, 233 shares, perfect for the average Joe Six-Pack).

People kept telling me you can buy shares on the Odd lot market easily, but selling will be difficult. I am here to say, not so.

I called up the broker and placed my order, she asked me to call back in 5 minutes, I took a wee (pun intended) bit longer, and as I viewed this (Kuwait stock exchange odd lot order book), I found that my shares were on display, and a buyer was making a counter-offer (haggling), so she told me I was late in calling back, and that the buyer wants them for so-&-so. I reduced my original price to entice them, and BOOM! next thing I know, upon hitting refresh, my shares are gone. I get a call immediately from the broker telling me the transaction was executed. And I am not doubly richer than when I first brought the stock.

A year ago, I purchased the ALAFCO shares for 0.176fils, today, I sold them for 0.360fils. If my maths with the 200% is faulty, forgive me, but I doubled my original investment. And that is a rate of return beyond that offered by banks (interest is less than or equal to 1% right now).

If anyone has any questions on the stock market of Kuwait (anything that does not involve speculation!) please feel free to ask :)

I believe in the following formula:
Risk = Reward

Tuesday, January 04, 2011

Youth For Change - Apply for mini-grants and scholarships now!

Check out for more info and for registration.

I came across TIG when I wanted to look for a substitute social network that was not blocked in my old working place. It has since opened my eyes to a number of issues facing us all today.

This is one of their latest emails:

TakingITGlobal and the Bibliotheca Alexandrina are pleased to announce the launching of phase III of "Youth for Change" which focuses on the theme: Dialogue & Mutual Understanding - Take Action. This program aims to encourage cross-cultural dialogue and support youth-led development projects and will be implemented in partnership with local organizations in 22 Arab countries: Algeria, Bahrain, Comoros, Djibouti, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, UAE and Yemen.

Join now to find out more about the program activities and most importantly apply for mini-grants of $500 and $1,000 USD as well as scholarships to attend the 6th Arab Youth Forum in Alexandria, and an International Youth Conference in 2011/2012.

The deadline for sending your project application is 20th January 2011. Don't miss it!

Note: Join us on January 8th and 12th (at 4:00 pm GMT) for an e-session on Proposal Writing for tips on completing your application!

If you are interested in joining register here:

For any further information, please contact Ms. Tala Nabulsi, Program Manager:

Tattoo Artist in Kuwait

This came across one of my inboxes the other day, tho I cannot verify the existance nor authenticity of this individual; the concept is rather comical.

Disclaimer: I am in no way, shape or form condoning permanent tattoo's, which are prohibited in Islam under the topic of unnecessary body alteration.


TATTOO ARTIST available in Kuwait 13 years of tattooing

Specialties:: Alternative, Animals, Celtic, Cover Ups, Dark Images, Oriental, Fantasy, Native Cultural, Old School - Traditional, Portraits, Religious, Symbols, Tribal, Zodiacs and Biomechanical tattoo art. Eyebrows ,lip liner eyeliner etc ……

For information:

BB pin : 22B5A52F

Monday, January 03, 2011

Christianity & Islam - Bridging the Gap in Egypt

You would have to be living under a rock to not have heard of the recent heinous attacks in Alexandria at the start of the New Year targetting a Coptic Church.

What you may or may not know, depending on whether you are on facebook and whether or not you have Egyptian friends on facebook, is that the country is slowly being segregated into muslims who sympathise with the victims families, and christians (coptics) who want retribution.

You would be familiar with the following picture being used as a profile pic:

Now, the one thing I do not understand is, the Muslim population, the majority, have changed their display pictures in solidarity for the public outcry against terror, claiming we are all one (as the picture says).

Whilst our Coptic counterparts are using this:

Granted. They are grieving, as a consensus, they are mourning.

However, I feel as though the Muslims of Egypt are trying to show solidarity, whilst the Coptics want to use this as an excuse to further stigmatise themselves from the Egyptian populace and demand a global outcry against Islam in general, citing oppression.

It is not a strange sight in Egypt to find Churches with security and police outside, whilst Mosques are left unsupervised and unsecured.

When has it become a norm for Islam to be linked to terrorism?

Why are we so quick to draw dividing lines, instead of coming together and communicating as one?
Why is that the Muslims must be blamed as a whole for the acts of vile, godless, deluded, individuals?
Why must WE defend ourselves everytime a terrorist attacks in the deluded name of Jihad?
Why must we ENDURE the scrutinising looks of all non-muslims who believe all muslims to be nothing but uneducated goat-herders, with an oil well somewhere?

This is a prime example.

I detest terrorist acts. I view them as cowardly. As do the rest of Muslims all over the world. Islam has the same view on suicide as Christianity does, people cannot differentiate between martyrdom and suicide, they are NOT one and the same.

The acts of these sick individuals should not put Islam on the defensive.

Ignorance breeds Hate, Hate breeds Fear.

Break the cycle, open your eyes.

Removed @ Request of Stranger

Saturday, January 01, 2011

One of those heart-felt forwards: The Cab Ride

I'm not one to indulge in forwards, but this one touched me deeply.

RAK- Random Act of Kindness, sometimes a smile is enough to make a beggar feel like a King. I know it works on me.

Pay it forward:

I arrived at the address and honked the horn.
after waiting a few minutes
I walked to the door and knocked..
'Just a minute', answered a frail, elderly voice.
I could hear something being dragged across the floor.
After a long pause, the door opened.

A small woman in her 90's stood before me.
She was wearing a print dress and a pillbox hat with a veil pinned
on it, like somebody out of a 1940's movie.
By her side was a small nylon suitcase.
The apartment looked as if no one had lived in it for years.
All the furniture was covered with sheets.
There were no clocks on the walls, no knickknacks or utensils on the counters.
In the corner was a cardboard box filled with photos and

'Would you carry my bag out to the car?' she said.
I took the suitcase to the cab, then returned to assist the

She took my arm and we walked slowly toward the curb.
She kept thanking me for my kindness.
'It's nothing', I told her..
'I just try to treat my passengers
the way I would want my mother to be treated.'

'Oh, you're such a good boy, she said.
When we got in the cab, she gave me an address and then asked,
'Could you drive through downtown?'
'It's not the shortest way,' I answered quickly..
'Oh, I don't mind,' she said.
'I'm in no hurry. I'm on my way to a
 hospice. (place for terminally ill patients)

I looked in the rear-view mirror.
Her eyes were glistening.
'I don't have any family left,' she continued in a soft voice..
'The doctor says I don't have very long.'

I quietly reached over and shut off the meter.

For the next two hours, we drove through the city.
She showed me the building where she had once worked as an
elevator operator.

We drove through the neighborhood where she and her husband had lived
when they were newlyweds.

She had me pull up in front of a furniture warehouse that had once
been a ballroom where she had gone dancing as a girl.

Sometimes she'd ask me to slow
in front of a particular building or corner and
would sit staring into the darkness, saying nothing.

As the first hint of sun was
creasing the horizon, she suddenly said, 'I'm tired. Let's go now'.

We drove in silence to the address she had given me.
It was a low building, like a small convalescent home,
with a driveway that passed under a portico.

Two orderlies came out to
the cab as soon as we pulled up. They were
solicitous and intent, watching her every move.
They must have been expecting her.

I opened the trunk and took the small suitcase to
the door. The woman was already seated in a wheelchair.
'How much do I owe you?'

She asked, reaching into her purse.

'Nothing,' I said

'You have to make a living,' she answered.

'There are other passengers,' I responded.

Almost without thinking, I bent and gave her a hug.
She held onto me tightly.

'You gave an old woman a little moment of joy,'
she said.

'Thank you.'

I squeezed her
hand, and then walked into the dim morning light..
Behind me, a door shut.
It was the sound of the closing of a life..

I didn't pick up any more passengers that shift.
I drove aimlessly lost in thought.
For the rest of that day, I could hardly talk.
What if that woman had gotten an angry driver, or one who was impatient
to end his shift?

if I had refused to take the run, or had honked once, then driven away?

On a quick review, I don't think that I have done anything
more important in my life.

We're conditioned to think that our lives revolve
around great moments.

But great moments often catch us unaware-beautifully
wrapped in what others may consider a small one.

'What route would you like me to take?' I asked.

2011 - In the News

Ok, some of this is not exactly NEW but by golly it is FUNNY.

Gotta love the Arab Times:

What would you do?: A woman, whose identity has not been disclosed, has filed a complaint with the police accusing her husband of deliberately damaging her car and beating her, reports Al-Rai daily.

A police source said this happened when the husband caught a glimpse of the woman driving along the Arabian Gulf Street. She had put on the radio and some youths following her were dancing to the tune of the music inside their vehicles and the wife was looking at them and giggling.

The husband called her on her cell phone but she neglected him and continued driving so he chased her and crashed into her car when she reached the home of her parents in Bayan.

The husband got down from his car and beat her until passersby came to the rescue of the wife and separated the couple.

The couple has been referred to the Rumaithiya Police Station.

Hmm, what would YOU do? Run it from both sides, the husband, and the non-shy wife.

Watchman ‘woos’ maid: Police arrested the watchman of a building for allegedly trying to molest a housemaid in South Surra area. The maid told her sponsor that the man showed his private parts to her and attempted to molest her. The sponsor called police who immediately arrested the watchman and registered a case against him.

So when you moon someone, you show 'em your rear end, what about the twig & berries? Crude, but gets his point across doesn't he?

Maid attempts suicide: A 21-year-old Ethiopian housemaid tried to commit suicide by swallowing a large number of tablets in the house of her sponsor in Saad Al-Abdullah.

Securitymen and paramedics rushed to the scene after receiving a call from the housemaid’s sponsor. They took the woman to Jahra Hospital.

A case was registered and investigations are in progress to determine the actual circumstances that prompted the woman to try to end her own life.

How tragic is it to be still reading news articles such as these, in 2011? When will people realise, it is not an airborne disease that is causing maids to go crazy, it is the treamtent, or rather, maltreatment, at the hands of their inhumane "captors" in this modern-day slavery portrayal.

The Appeals Court upheld the verdict of a lower court which sentenced a Kuwaiti woman to 10 years in jail for killing her housemaid with kitchenware.

Case papers indicate that the woman’s husband stated that she always had quarrels with the maid and that they decided to return the maid back to the domestic personnel office. The husband said he received a call on the day of the incident from his wife who said the maid was not willing to do any work and that a heated argument ensued between her and the maid. He rushed home to see the maid trying to mutter her last words. She breathed her last soon after.

Nothing can undo the death of this poor woman, however, it is good to know that something is being done in Kuwait to combat this. Human rights violations WILL NOT go unpunished.
Girl regular eloper: The girl who was reportedly kidnapped from her house by her bedoun boyfriend is said to have had left the house of her own accord, reports Al-Rai daily quoting security sources.

The sources added investigations conducted by securitymen revealed on three earlier occasions the girl had eloped with the bedoun and she was returned to her family.

The sources also said the couple is believed to be hiding in one of the livestock pens in Kabad. She will be again returned to her family.

Girl must have a barn-yard fetish.

Egyptian Sex Maniac brought to book: KUWAIT CITY, Oct 12: Police have arrested an Egyptian man for luring a Kuwaiti woman to commit immoral act, reports Al-Watan Arabic daily.

The arrest came when the man was distributing leaflets to residents of Nugra. When he came in contact with the victim he allegedly began to flirt with her and used indecent words.

The woman sought the help of a Syrian woman, her neighbor, and handed the man over to the police.

According to reports the man attempted to escape but the Syrian screamed for help and neighbors wrestled the man to the ground and beat him.

Ok, how exactly is he a sex maniac for flirting with a woman? Way to blow a story out of proportion AT. Another FAIL.

Meanwhile, police are looking for an unidentified person for flirting with an unidentified woman while the latter was waiting for her husband, reports Al-Watan Arabic daily.

How helpful, an identified person (male, female, child?) flirted with an unidentified woman... perhaps you should IDENTIFY them first before writing about it!

It has been reported the woman was waiting for her husband who had gone shopping and the suspect approached her car and tried to attract her attention. When she refused his ‘advances’ he allegedly opened the door of the car and threw a piece of paper in the car with his telephone numbers written on it. The wife gave the paper to her husband and the latter filed a complaint with the Jahra Police Station.

Lover runs away naked on the road: A young Ethiopian woman, whose identity has not been disclosed, has been arrested by police for drinking alcohol, running naked on a road and having sex with a married man, reports Al-Rai daily.

According to reports the woman was picked by a police patrol. The woman was naked and patrolmen gave her cloth to cover her body and at first thought she was mad. When she was taken to the police station, police discovered she was drunk.

However, when she became sober she told police she was having sex with an unidentified man inside his apartment in the area and when the man’s wife caught him red-handed having sex, she threw both of them out of the apartment.

She added she was frightened the wife would harm her and ran for her life. Police are looking for the husband. Police investigations are continuing.


Securitymen arrested 16 expatriates for violating the Residency Law and for their involvement in various crimes in Hawalli and Salmiya Sunday.

During a surprise security campaign launched in both areas, the securitymen rounded up 16 expatriates with expired residence permits and others wanted by law for their involvement in different crimes.

They were referred to the concerned security department for the prosecution.

Like the cops are supposed to advertise that "we are going to be checking for illegals HERE @ SAID TIME?
I just got a mental image of illegals walking in the streets, coming by a big box, and the cops jump out and yell SURPRISE! show us some IDs!

And, Last but not least, the Piece De Resistance:

Girl beaten in mall: A girl has filed a complaint against two cross-dressers who allegedly attacked her inside a famous mall in Hawally.

The girl told police she had an argument with the suspects who assaulted her. She presented a medical report to substantiate her claim and police summoned the suspects for questioning.

A case was registered and investigations are ongoing to verify the girl’s complaint.

Cross-dressers are back, and they're not gonna take it anymore!