Quick notes from the party:
· * The majority of the AUI-S students were not at the party. there might have been a different party somewhere else. But they were not here.
· The first hour of the dance was only for boys. I didn’t see any “ Only Gents” flyer on the floor
· Dr. Moulakis was very brief or too brief. He finished even before starting. Now, his English undoubtedly was excellent, so it can’t be an issue. but he might be used to that kind of brief speech, because in Afghanistan, where he is coming from, long speeches are not guaranteed. You might break down at any moment, just as Mr. Karazai did.
· The restrooms were crowded as hell. That was not the strange thing though. The complains coming out from the restrooms were. One was saying, “I am really bored, I would like to fight with someone.” Someone else was saying, “I am sleepy.” Only Dr. Aso’s figure in front of the door reminded me: I was in a party.
· The microphone didn’t work well. Consequently, our singers didn’t sound good. That is how I like to justify the horrible things I heard tonight
· The definition of being Unfortunate: you look for some people, they are not there. you don’t look for some people, they are in front of you.
· the short comedy was really short, but not comic. I hope they have not spent too much time training for it.
· A math teacher was dancing for the first time since the parties have started. Last year he was trying to come up with a theory for Kurdish dance, I am sure he has come up with some results.
· It is time for the arrangers to think before time for a party like that it is really getting boring, if you want to hear the truth.
AUI-S Got Talent
Like almost everyone else, I waited with a great deal of enthusiasm for the “AUI-S Got Talent” part. I did because I had seen programs of the same nature on TV. I wanted to experience it live this time. of course I didn’t expect any Michael Jackson imitation, doing voodoo, cutting people into pieces, swallowing sharp object or singing fantastic songs, I just wanted to see some different people who are really talented. But unfortunately, or may be fortunately, whatever done in the name of talent was a common thing. bad voices? We all have it. Dancing? Who can’t do it. Playing Daf on the same rhyme for 5 minutes? I can do it with plates. So, really, where was the talent? I think I saw some talents out there, they were white and short!!!
A small comparison table between the Tea Party and AUI-S party
The name is derived from a historical event
the name doesn’t have to do with anything historical
The two words are bound to each other, so it is used as one term
The words do not have any relations with each other, they are seen together once or twice a year
the historical idea of “no taxation without representation” is related historically to the movement
The idea of “no ID, no entry” is the most famous feature of the party
It is against wasteful spending
It is all wasteful spending
It is accused of being racist
Race is not an issue, as long as you can dance, that is it..
Sarah Palin is a famous figure of the movement
I can’t say it
Where did all the Kabab left go?
Answer for last year: it went to the room ( ) at the dorms.
Answer for this year: I really don’t know yet. Believe me.