Pakistan: Blog-o-addiction

Hi, my name is Omer and I am net-o-holic. I've been addicted to the net for the last 8 years and now I must admit I need help. My addiction started out as casual browsing of a few news sites, and has since then progressed to a daily 20 hour fix of what can only be classified as compulsion for the most trivial minutia of current events. The problem has been compounded by my fixation for the real heavy stuff; celebrity web sites.

Recently, I hit bottom, when I found my self reviewing the official Paris Hilton web site. The experience was traumatic; my IQ dropped to single digits in just a matter of minutes and my wife slapped me silly trying to bring me out of the resulting coma. It is because of this experience that I've had to go cold turkey on the internet the last few weeks, which is why you haven't seen a post from me for a while now.

Through the aid of several net therapists and the Al Gore Net Addiction clinic, I have recovered enough to bring you this recent update of the Pakistan blogosphere. I hope you appreciate the courage it took for me to bring you this information for your perusal.

ATP provides an important Pakistan cricket update; Kokaine writes about Musharaf's appearance on the Jon Stewart Show; PakCast discusses Pope's remarks and Musharaf's visit to the US; Suspect Paki showcases the video Ludicrous Diversions about the London bombings; Saad is an impeccable Pakistani photographer based in Singapore and his portfolio is worth seeing; Windmill details the religion war; and finally, I address the 9-11 conspiracy theories.

Now I shall return to my padded cell in the Al Gore Net Addiction clinic, as I am still having flashbacks of the Paris Hilton web site. The dreaded therapy includes being strapped into a chair and listening to the Paris Hilton debut single over and over until my ears bleed and the demons are cast out of my system and I become immune to her ubiquitous media presence. Pray for me people!

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