H&M (2) - Part 2

"If television's a babysitter, the Internet is a drunk librarian who won't shut up." - Dorothy Gambrell. Remember making you feel happy and light and draw smile on your face is what I am trying my best to do. Warning: Do never let your brother under 15 open a Facebook account, it is not good for education and manners. Have fun...
In the evening I came back home, ate dinner and went to do my homework and my revision. I believed that "Hard work is another word of genius."

I ended my school studies in thirty pass eight, as usual. I opened my laptop put my windows on, and logged into my Facebook account. And of course, I didn't found him online.

Since the papers of yesterday, were still next to my laptop. I chose one, and this time I got lucky. It was Reese Witherspoon's movie 'Legally Blonde'.

I started to watch this movie, and adored this movie, but I hated one thing about it that was the exaggeration of using pink. Well I hated pink color, I found it too girly. It is not like I am lesbian or something, it is just that I preferred purple color. It is a girly color, but not that girly. If you get what I mean.

That movie was my favorite because it proved that men are jerks. Well, not all of them but most of them actually.

I loved it too, because every time I watched it, I laughed out loud. The character of the main role, Elle Woods, the way she was crazy about pink color, the way she cared a lot about fashion, the way she walked. But to be honest above all that we shouldn't forgot that there are a lot of hidden morals in this movie. To begin with, we should never judge people by their looks. Besides, one thinks a lot of people didn't put attention to, is that when we want something we will do it. In other word, as it said in French "vouloir, c'est pouvoir" the will is the power.

I finished watching the movie, and he still didn't get online. I knew what is in your mind. How could I know he wasn't watching the movie. Well, I was watching in the Internet not on TV. Obviously, I would stop watching the movie every ten minute and check if he was online. But unfortunately he wasn't online. This situation started to get off my nerves.

After ten minutes, it was 11:15 when I remembered that I had to do a research. The research was about the Woman's International Day. Well tomorrow is March 8th. And I know, that my History Geography teacher. Mr. Aboumadi, for the first a teacher had a last name that 100% described him. Well, the name means the father of the past. Anyway, I knew he would be frustrated, if nobody got some ideas about that Woman's International Day.

Since I was the topper in my class, I knew that Mr. Aboumadi will get mad at me if I didn't find the reason why we celebrated that event on March 8th.

When I typed the research topic on Google, I just remembered that quote of Neil Gaiman, "Google can bring you back 100,000 answers. A librarian can bring you back the right one." It took me two hours to get the reason. That even hated why they celebrated Even I'm a woman.

But all that anger was lost when I found that Hamza guy online. At that moment I remember what my mother always used to tell "We never know when it is good or when it is bad, sometimes we think it is good when it ended being bad. And sometimes we think it is bad when it ended to be good."


What do you think of the two quotes I used?

"If television's a babysitter, the Internet is a drunk librarian who won't shut up." - Dorothy Gambrell.

"Google can bring you back 100,000 answers. A librarian can bring you back the right one." - Neil Gaiman.


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Published: 3/17/2014
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