It is year 2011 and we still live under the rule of President Hosni Mubarak. Egypt has never witnessed such stability as it does now. Some people think the Egyptian citizen is overreacting to simple events. For example, in the past, a mother facing her son who smokes in the bathroom said "you want me to tear my clothes" but this has become an old fashion now. She will probably say "you want me to blow myself with a bomb". I was saying that the situation is really stable since 2005 and till now. Life is taking its natural course. Thus nothing would surprise or enrage the public. The only surprising thing is what the modern world says about us. They call us the " living dead ". Well, I disagree. We are alive, may be too alive. Ladies and gentlemen, we are in the freedom era. The Egyptian citizen has the right to do anything so that there is a special place in each Egyptian city for people who would like to kill themselves. In Cairo, there is Mokattam and in Alexandria, there is Nelson Island. In short, each city has its own place for explosive freedom. But unfortunately it doesn't stop people who shoot themselves in their houses, jump from balconies or smoke Cleopatra cigarrets a lot (Al Akhbar, January 2011). This can be an optimistic vision of the future (it is not my own thoughts). They said the person who blew himself in Khan Al Khalili did so. Now what can happen if the situation is still the same after another 6 years. No one knows.