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In the next few hours I'm going into surgical operation where they will hurt my shoulder in order to fix it, I'm not sure if I'll ever wake up after being drugged so here is my last Will and Testament

Being of sound mind, do hereby declare that this is my Last Will and Testament and certify that I am not acting under any undue influence, dureness , or menace. I revoke all earlier Wills and Codicils


Personal wishs:

      I wish to be buried

      I leave bakkouz my DVD collection under the condition of explaining the the mystery of the Lost Cursed numbers on my grave.

      Put Red Jordanian Hatta on an empty seat in the next JP meeting

      I leave Dodokh my three PHP t-shirts

      I leave Abu ali my penguin mug

      I leave 4 Ajax books and 12 PHP books for JoPHP community

And the beast shall be made legion. Its numbers shall be increased a thousand thousand fold. The din of a million keyboards like unto a great storm shall cover the earth, and the followers of Mammon shall tremble.

from The Book of Mozilla, 3:31

General Wishs

      Bakkouz: Keep your eye on the servers OR I'll be your nightmare! ah and don't forget to remember me in yemza3 aba7ak

      Amin Matalqa -> Make better Jordanian movies dude.

      Ammar Ibrahim -> take care of JoPHP and DONT ever think of Master degree.

      Hareega -> Keep writing about Arab-American fights.

      Firas -> HIT taxi drivers badly dude

      Haitham ->take it easy dude

      Hind-Sabanekh -> play Spirit in the Sky

      Isam -> take care of the planet

      Jameed -> Bekafi zanakha wala!

      Majali -> Upload your edit of Talween

      Laith -> Fix Jeeran CSS/JS problem

      Roba -> Learn better bug reporting practice

      Tololy-> Don't take photos with Fake laptop again!

      Malakha -> Convert to Linux

      G(h)alia(h) -> blog more often

      Pierre -> Save the world with PIMP dude

      Jano -> I want my books BACK!

    And the beast shall come forth surrounded by a roiling cloud of vengeance. The house of the unbelievers shall be razed and they shall be scorched to the earth. Their tags shall blink until the end of days.

    from The Book of Mozilla, 12:10

      Fatoom -> Keep making fun of bakkouz

      Basem naqmouq -> help people to convert to Python

      Marcy -> keep it up, we love you

      Mais -> for god sake use UTF-8!

      Dadan -> move to better design firm!

      George -> No more broken glasses dude

      Karim -> Learn programming, Avoid frameworks

      360East -> Podcast more often and DONT pay MS licence fees.

      Mira -> Better Ammanie architecture please

      Nader -> No more iPAQ

      Abu ali -> Smoke as much as you can on my behalf

      Lina -> Post more ammanies event

      Abed dodokh -> move to better airline company!

      Sultan batayneh -> Get the BMW!

      Kinzi -> START BLOGGING!

And so at last the beast fell and the unbelievers rejoiced. But all was not lost, for from the ash rose a great bird. The bird gazed down upon the unbelievers and cast fire and thunder upon them. For the beast had been reborn with its strength renewed, and the followers of Mammon cowered in horror.

from The Book of Mozilla, 7:15

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