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Wednesday, May 17, 2006

Jordan Population Count : A Theory in Practice

Why the hell do we need to do Population Count for Jordan ?
I can find the exact number (accurate up to 99.9 %) without moving a finger.

2.5 million Fastlink Subscribers
2.0 million Mobilecom Subscriber
1.0 million Umnia Subscriber
2 guys (My younger brother and sister don't have any mobile subscription yet)
Population Count = 5500002 NASAMEH (Jordan population count)

O lasho el-fazlakeh o elmasareef elli ma 2ilha da3i, ya3ni jad, lashoo da2erat el-2e7saa2at el-3ameh (دائرة الاحصائات العامة), huh

Music Mood: - Paul Simon and Garfunkel - The Boxer


lool, good one.

By Blogger moi, at 6:54 PM  

hahahaha that absolutely cracked me up!

By Blogger Roba, at 7:06 PM  

Hehe , ya zalameh hai da2eret el e7sa2at el 3ameh sawaleefha tarma !

By Blogger Dar, at 7:08 PM  

mal3oobeh abu shnood mal3oobeh!

By Blogger Jad, at 8:13 PM  

Good idea, but there is a problem u had to count the ppl who have 2 or more mobile #, I know alot of ppl have for example fastlink & umniah lines and may be more ...
so, u`ve to count the intersect between these companies. :)

By Blogger Opairah, at 8:17 PM  

man,,,, u r the best,,, ill post about u later,, u deserve it,, keep an eye on my blog

u didnt count me,, right? im with etasalat

By Anonymous Abu 7amarneh, at 8:28 PM  

Hehehehe, hilarious, bas I have a questions, there are no Express subscribers??? Khalas, enseenahum taba3oon Egs-bres?? Walla ma byin7esboo??

By Blogger Rambling Hal, at 10:18 PM  

Okay this is just genius!
Good one Nader!

HALA: Nader's theory still stands, the EGZBREZ dudes are the foreigners residing in Jordan :p

By Blogger Firas, at 11:24 PM  

Hahaha that was funny :D Great post keep us updated about ur theories :D

By Blogger M!R@CHK@, at 12:15 AM  

One of my parents, who until 2 years ago viciously refused to even call cell phones now has a Mobilecom and Fastlink lines. This skews your calculations.

By Anonymous jameed, at 5:43 AM  

There was an article in A l Ghad yesterday that said one of every two jordanians has a mobile line,then they proceeded to say that there are 3.5 million subscribers in all four companies,this would roughly amount to a population of 7 million nasameh,unless 1.5 million nasamehs have 2 lines..

By Blogger salam, at 9:48 AM  

moi,Roba.... happy you liked it


Jad, Habeebi abu el jooj

Opairah, this is the basic theory, the advnced version deals with intersection and containment cases.

Abu 7amarneh, I don't know what to say, I am flattered, thank you and I will keep an eye :)

Rambling Hal, I guess Firas answered for me (thanks man)

Mirachka, yup more theories are coming up, BEWARE.

Jameed, well, your parent will be considered when calculating the "error ratio", thank you for the info. anyways :D

Salam, now that's an interesting sister-theory :D

By Blogger Nader, at 8:19 PM  

LOL! Good one. However lets not forget that most Jordanians are having two cell phone lines for some reason that I still dont know, seriously. Ino I might understand the ones who own two lines from two differnt comapnies to make it cheaper for the callers or for them like a mobilcom line and a fastlink line (hada and at the end its no where near cheaper) bas what I dont understand is having two active lines from the same comapny =|
ino leish????

By Blogger Pєαяℓş, at 4:19 AM  

this is the most hilairious thing I've read in a month!!

By Blogger Fadi, at 3:48 PM  

looooool really really good point
the best thing i've read so far

By Anonymous lammoush, at 12:35 PM  

on and btw speaking of mobiles check this out lol

By Anonymous lammoush, at 12:38 PM  

So damn true!

bass nseet EX-BRESS!

By Blogger Omernos, at 6:20 PM  

that's if the figures supplied by the mobile companies are true:P

By Blogger Lubna, at 2:15 PM  

wala eshe.. hahaha

By Blogger Moey, at 3:57 AM  

la dammak khafifi ya abu shreek

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:47 PM  

Thank you for your nice posting.
it is really helpful to us.
such a nice topics.


By Blogger bathmate, at 10:12 PM  

A good thinker, but you missed something important! It's that many people have more than one subscription for one (or more) mobile service providers. So these numbers can't be officially used.

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:27 AM  

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