Staring at the TV... but not like zombies!

There's an Aljazeera watching marathon going on in my house... sigh. All eyes are on Egypt. While our neighbours in Egypt are busy demonstrating, all is quiet here in Libya while everyone stays glued to the TV watching events unfold. All the TV watching is getting on my nerves. Everyone is busy speculating and waiting, waiting, waiting for something to happen.




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  1. As the man said, The Revolution Will Not Be Televised.

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  2. Dear KT,

    Fingers crossed that all will remain peaceful. My best to your family. May we all enjoy freedom and stability in our lives.

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  3. Hi Teri, I am speaking from one American in the states. We are glued to CNN and other broadcasting networks too. We have blizzard conditions here in Missouri right now. Watching TV and being on the Internet is about all we can do right now. I have a close friend in Gîza, Al Jizah, Egypt. I haven't been able to contact them in over a week. All Egyptians are in my prayers. Like you, we just seem to be waiting.

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  4. Tunisia now it’s Egypt with all my respect
    We hoped for a continues dominoes effect

    Libyans speculate, they just sit and wait
    Hoping to catch a big fish with no bait

    Glued to TV’s like swarms of flies & bees
    Only know how to get down on their knees

    World revolves and changes time to time
    A day in Libyan’s live is worth just a dime

    Tomorrow a rise in another Arab nation
    Libyans will be glued to Aljazeera station

    Days, weeks, months & more years go by
    Libya will be the same and I wonder why

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  5. Tunisia now it’s Egypt with all my respect
    We hoped for a continues dominos effect

    Libyans speculate, they just sit and wait
    Hoping to catch a big fish with no bait

    Glued to TV’s like swarms of flies & bees
    They know how to get down on their knees

    World revolves and changes time to time
    A day of Libyan’s live is worth just a dime

    Tomorrow a rise in another Arab nation
    Libyans will be glued to Aljazeera station

    Days, weeks, months & more years go by
    Libya will be the same, no wonder why

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