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Can you really archive time?

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5 Comments

  1. Ali

    Answering your question if time can be archived. My answer is NOT ALL! there are moments that you can’t archive whatsoever! you can’t always hold a camera between your hands. can you ?

    Wonderful pictures roba :)
    .-= The latest from Ali´s blog ..Following the Riyadh crisis =-.

  2. Chris

    I can. That hummus looks pretty good… but I don’t know who’s shoes those are. ;) Here’s a goofy Roba tale from last night: I read a story about Farah Mahlass , a Jordanian bodybuilder on Al-Arabiya’s website. So I did a Google image search… well, not many pictures of her, but there is one of you holding a baby. :P

  3. ziad d

    I hope that the relative in picture number 5 is okay. Sorry for being a little dramatic Roba, I just had a feeling that there was more to the picture that simply a photo of a photo.

  4. khalidjarrar

    on another unrelated note, ‘can you archive time?’ i looked recently into the very first emails in my gmail. back in 2004, i found conversations, the very first time i talked to poeple that now feel as if they were in my life for ever, some of the major events in my life, all documented right from the time they were only a thought. its unbelievable how gmail really literally archived my life.

  5. Amen for hommos :)

    keep posting ..
    .-= The latest from Mesh´s blog ..Feeling 80′s =-.

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