Friday, November 10, 2006

A wonder?

It's of no wonder that one of the world wonders would be in such a messy situation in Egypt,so shouldnt we vote for the new 7 wonders of the world while they are at least clean??

5 Comments:

Blogger Urban_Infidel said...

Marlboro, Pepsi and Kodak. All American products. I hate garbage lying around. We have plenty here too, believe me. The latest takes the form of the eternal plastic water bottle. Can people really be that thirsty? Maybe its an American thing, but what's with the constant guzzling of water? Huge containers on the subway. I'm thinking, where are they going? The Sahara? Its one stop to Manhattan.
Joking aside, I've read recently that those very bottles are causing disposal problems everywhere. I saw in the tens of thousands strewn in the streets of Istanbul when I was there in 2002.

4:32 AM  
Blogger Pharaoh said...

Well,seems that garbage is a problem everywhere but here it's not really a matter of water bottles,actually they are no common here.the problem is with people attitude throwing things everywhere even if a trash can is near!believe me garbage in Egypt is like no where else.It's way beyong empty bottles :(

6:36 AM  
Blogger yasser shams aldien said...

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11:05 AM  
Blogger D.B. Shobrawy said...

Urban Infidel ,"malboro, pepsi and kodak. All american Products." you managed to miss the pack of CLEOPATARA ciggarettes. How classic! I had a discussion regarding polution in Egypt with a friend. We agreed the problem is that there is no system to prevent polution in Egypt. In the U.S. there is a guilt and threat of punishment for most people. However in Egypt if you throw your pack of Cleopataras on the ground who is going to tell you not to? Whos going to give you a ticket?

12:56 PM  
Blogger Pharaoh said...

That's what i have been talking,people here think it's so normal th throw their trash everywher.it's not only a national problem it's individuals problem as well

11:33 PM  

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