01 September 2006

Stop Press

World icon Prometheus, who has denied interviews to CNN and Time Magazine and has reportedly turned down a Speilberg offer to make a movie based on him, has given a rare interview to ExpatInterviews.com. It is reported that a woman named Lizza, one of the bosses at ExpatInterviews, has snagged this interview. Both parties deny any relationship between them and maintain that they are 'just good friends'. Lizza was last seen partying with her girlfriends, allegedly celebrating her 'friendship' with Prometheus, while media agents for Prometheus declined to state his whereabouts.

Frenzied fans have stormed www.expatinterviews.com to read their idol's interview on expat life in the UAE. Sprint Telecom is said to be upgrading fiber links to the ExpatInterviews site to keep up with the bandwidth demand. Unconfirmed reports also state that education departments are planning to include Prometheus' interview in school and college textbooks. The interview, a literary masterpiece, is protected under copyright laws and an Ivy League college is rumored to have offered a large sum of money to reproduce it for their management quanbook.

12 comments:

Lizza said...

Once again, you have outdone yourself.

This post is sheer brilliance! (And not just because I'm in it, haha.) My coffee almost went out of my nose because I was laughing so hard (which kind of reminds me of Yaxlich now).

Well done!

Tainted Female said...

YaY! A second UAE blog there! I'm SO happy you've done this, cause I was getting lonely on that UAE list. Now... I'm off to take a look at your interview!

Tainted Female said...

'Tainted in UAE. Razor-sharp writing by a wonderful person. '

Do you know how many people you just pissed off by calling me 'wonderful'? LOL!

((Probably more than you did for calling the UAE community an aggregator!))

Thanks for the link, hun.

Woke said...

CNN and Time must be mighty pissed off.
A privilege indeed to stand alongside a great 'world icon'
:D

terra shield said...

I just read your interview. Interesting :)

Collective Soul said...

Interview was quite good. Some observations: as an expat you have a much stronger sense of home than many who are feeling lost or adrift in their adopted countries.

The Middle East with Training Wheels is good to bring up. As you said if you can't handle the culture;stay home!

I will apologize here as I have moved to the beta site for blogger and I cannot "sign in" to any site that has not migrated.

And the one thing that at least we in States often forget, we do represent a country, learn to be civil and roll with the punches.

Nubian Nerd said...

This blog is absolutely hilarious!

I'm now off to read your interview.

Prometheus said...

Wow! Though Prometheus appreciates, nay, loves the comments (all the nice ones especially) of all his readers, a positive feedback from a Ivy Leaguer (N.N.) does make it very special. Prometheus is off to swipe a bottle of the finest bubbly in celebration!

Nubian Nerd said...

You certainly deserve the positive feedback, though I must confess that I only got into Harvard because of my rugged good looks and freakishly large penis. Still, I’m glad I could elevate the overall quality of the comments on your blog with my obviously very classy Ivy league intellect.

Prometheus said...

See? Dat proves ya give an Ivy Leaguer an 'inch' and he wants the whole yard. ;-)

Welcome aboard you Poison Ivy Leaguer.

Mimi Lenox said...

Hmmm.....I must now go read the Interview. But I think I need stronger coffee. Be back......

Anonymous said...

madarchod megalomaniac!