This post was inspired by a song from Genesis called “Driving the Last Spike”. I’m playing a game called Diablo 3 when I have some time to kill. By the way, should we kill time before he kills us?

In Diablo 3, you can get a boost from other players when you don’t want to face again the tedious task of going from level 1 to 70. This is done by staying safe at the entrance of the dungeon while a powerful character can kill monsters fast and this will give you the experience you need.

To get the bonus experience and sometimes rewards, you have to teleport to the other player. The player will tell you “it’s safe” because, when your level is not good enough, you can die with only one shot from monsters.

So the question now is pretty clear: did the security apparatus in Lebanon lie to the population by saying it was safe? Readers of that blog know that I caught Alois Brunner and his minions redhanded.

Did security lie to the population by saying it was safe? What’s the interest of Lebanon and it security apparatus exactly?

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Can We Rely On A Fight For Love And Glory?

The harsh truth is that security is making me less than glorious: they even managed to make me spend time in a facility where they tried to see the effects of neuroleptics on my spirit. I spent 1 month in rehab and it didn’t work. Except maybe for them since they managed to take 24k euros from my parents.

They said it was safe and they lied. Or maybe they didn’t say it was safe so they didn’t have lie. One thing is for sure though: Lebanon could rival with the great powers like Japan, France and the USA if it could once and for all forget about its security flaws.

If Lebanon wants to be a great power, it has to have soft power like music, literature or great comedians. Lebanon is known for its great nature and its short distances. Maybe this could be the model for the Milky Way after exploration?

Security is making us less than glorious because of the region’s geopolitics. Now we need to talk about Lebanon and how its soft power can make him the first cosmic country.

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What If You Try To Phone From Lebanon?

In Lebanon, we have 4G internet connection. Lately I was trying to optimise my blog for speed. The speed is OK on 4G and WIFI since it takes like 7 seconds for my home page to fully load. It seems it’s a bad score though since most web surfers will bounce when a page takes more than 3 seconds to load.

My bounce rate is around 80% and that means I should change something on my blog. A few months ago my bounce rate was at 15% which is excellent. But I found out it was a problem with my implementation of Google Analytics: I had the Google tag fire multiple items thus making my bounce rate lower than reality.

It’s funny but the cosmic debris still haunting the country will for sure help us make space the priority and the fundamental of our lives. Of course, there must be a method for us to succeed.

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Will It Be Safe In The Milky Way?

As a conclusion, if we want to talk about security in Lebanon and maybe on planet Earth, we have to talk about security in space. Let’s talk about the security of the Solar system: it seems Jupiter is allowing the Earth to avoid a lot of cosmic debris.

Jupiter is the fifth planet from the Sun and the largest in the Solar System. It is a giant planet with a mass one-thousandth that of the Sun, but two-and-a-half times that of all the other planets in the Solar System combined. Jupiter and Saturn are gas giants; the other two giant planets, Uranus and Neptune, are ice giants.

Jupiter has been known to astronomers since antiquity. It is named after the Roman god Jupiter. When viewed from Earth, Jupiter can reach an apparent magnitude of −2.94, bright enough for its reflected light to cast shadows, and making it on average the third-brightest natural object in the night sky after the Moon and Venus.

Jupiter has 79 known moons, including the four large Galilean moons discovered by Galileo Galilei in 1610. Ganymede, the largest of these, has a diameter greater than that of the planet Mercury.

Can you judge a man based on the number of women surrounding him? The security of space and Lebanon might rely on observing the friends and acquaintances of everybody.


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