Kuwait Towers gone blue

Post by Mark

Since when have the Kuwait Towers been lit with blue flood lights? It looks pretty cool and slightly eerie.


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  1. Latifa says:

    That’s probably new..

  2. V says:

    It was half blue yesterday… Full blue today…

  3. s says:

    diabetes awareness

  4. Ansam says:

    s… is it really?

  5. Adam says:

    Dude take some pics for us students outside kuwait !!

  6. Z District says:

    I haven’t seen that!

  7. Damon Dash says:

    what? no pics?

  8. Safi says:

    Yes, for us students outside Kuwait! =)

  9. Latoofa says:

    Ya!! there should be pictures ( even though im IN Q8) but i havent seen tthe blue lights and stuff!! so can u plzz take pics and out them on ur blog Mark??!!

  10. cajie says:

    Thanks for the heads up. I will check it out tonight.

  11. mzmaar says:

    hey post a picture at least

  12. Mark says:

    Will wait for cajie to take a picture and then will post it

  13. Lucky_Boy says:

    pic or never happened…

  14. Swair says:

    It creeps me out.. bad Towers, bad!

  15. Les Blues says:

    Kuwait Towers gone blue and I have turned green.
    I’m only guessing, here, correct me if I am wrong – perhaps, the blue reflects the mood of an ailing economy. Kuwait’s got the blues, they say.
    That or is there a Swedish element in there somewhere?

    Off the shelf, wouldn’t it be super to light them up with a different colour for each day of the week and a medley of colours ( rainbow) over the weekend?

  16. Desert Girl says:

    Blue balls.

  17. TanGo says:

    hey, today is Wolrd’s Diabetes Day,,
    about 100 capitals worldwide lit up some monuments with blue,,,
    it’s just for this occasion

    PS: for those over 40 go check your blood sugar level,
    you may turn to be red, green or even blue!

  18. holla says:

    LMAO at desert girl. yeah it represents kuwait pretty well.

  19. Damon Dash says:

    thanks for the mood killer TanGo lol

  20. lulu says:

    I have a question, the Diabetics centre that has been built 5 years ago. Is it actually open?? I have never seen someone going in, nor any life form movement there!! wouldn’t it have been better to actually put the money on research, awareness, and educating the public?

  21. TanGo says:

    lulu,
    the center is open and receives some patients,,
    don’t expect any serious research any time soon,,,
    there are not even oncologists on the staff,
    please think of it as a glorified clinic [markaz su7i]…

    DD / soorrrrrrrryyyyyyyyyy

  22. Brovoked says:

    I never knew you needed toncologists ( cancer specialists) to work in a diabetes research centre, Each day you learn something new.

  23. radiant guy says:

    I’ve taken plenty of photo, i even sold one :P


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