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Welcome to Aladdin and Jasmine's Magic Carpet Ride!
Thank you for coming by and reading my little stories. I have some up at FanFiction.Net. My Current Obsession is the TV Show Numb3rs (CBS, Fridays. Currently it's on at 9 PM, just before the new show, Flashpoint.
I have, literally, hundreds of Numb3rs stories at FanFiction.net, Numb3rs.org and LiveJournal.
I still love Aladdin and Harry Potter.
Harry is obviously a reincarnation of Aladdin. Both have messy black hair, both are special (Al is the Diamond in the Rough, Harry is the Boy Who Lived.) Both have powerful, magical enemies. Both have powerful, magical allies. Both have Useful Textiles at their beck and call. (Al has Carpet, Harry has the Invisibility Cloak.) Both have discovered Father figures (Al his actual father, Harry his Godfather.) Aladdin has the love of his life, Princess Jasmine and Harry has Ginny Weasley.
Last but not least, they're all too dang young for me! At least the characters in Numb3rs are legal adults!
Getting back to my fan page: This site is devoted to Animation, especially Disney's Aladdin: My favorite character is the Magic Carpet, which is why I set up a web sit just for him.
Have updated this page on 17-July-2008. Most of my online time has been absorbed by Numb3rs and job hunting.
Actually updated the site on March 5, 2003 with the addition of 'Hot Spell 2'
"Hot Spell 2"
This site was updated on October 7, 2001.
Sorry, no new fiction has been added.
I've added a Portrait of Carpet to the Magic Carpet Gallery, courtesy of my friend Heart of the Tiger! Thanks, Tiger!
This link leads to an interesting discussion on how normally inanimated objects (such as a rug) can be given a human personality (such as Aladdin's Magic Carpet.) There are some nice still pictures and even nicer motion pictures. Magic Carpet gives this site four tassels up!
For a complete list of updates, take a peek at:
The Polls are Open!
Who's your favorite supporting character from the movie?
Supporting Character Poll
He may be the greatest of the great Greek inventors, but how do you spell his name?
Who's your favorite villain? And Who's a Villain? Cast your vote!
Here's the Romance page of my website.
The Disney Valentine Page!
Drawings by my friend, Jeanne Nagel!
Here are some samples of my Aladdin fan fiction. I have several stories here already and there are more to come, so enjoy!
Aladdin Fan Fic
Here's a link to my Magic Carpet Gallery, filled with pictures of... oh, you guessed! But the other characters are in there, too!
Aladdin's Magic Carpet Gallery
Here's a link to my
Agrabah's Top Ten Lists
Here are some links to other websites that may be of interest to fans of Disney's Aladdin
Well, all right! I finally have a guest book!
If you like this clock and want one for your own website, you can get one for free at 7AM's website:
7 AM Clock
This Aladdin site owned by Jelsemium.
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Please send any comments to my new e-mail address:
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The atrocity of Sept. 11, 2001 has affected all our lives. No one who saw the attack, and no one who saw pictures of the attack, will ever forget the horror of that day.
UNITED WE STAND -- DIVIDED WE FALL
One thing that we have to remember is who is NOT responsible for that attack. This was not the work of the peaceful, law-abiding Muslims or Arab-Americans. This was not the work of the Arab nations, not even the anti-American nations. This was the work of criminals who choose to pervert the teachings of a great man to use as a weapon of terror. These terrorists would love it if we were to respond by attacking ALL Muslims or ALL Arabs. Let's not give them the satisfaction of dividing us. Together, we can win the war on terrorism.
Here is a link to a site where you can light a candle in memory of the victims of Sept. 11th.
Light a Candle
Here is a link to a site that honors the wonderful people around the world who share our grief... even Palestinians... Thank You
One reason I've been thinking about the tragedy so much is that I am a fan of the stories in the Arabian Nights. These stories are Muslim folklore and they are one reason why I am so convinced that the vast majority of Muslims are peaceful, honorable and law-abiding. If you read the originals, you will come to see that Muslims, Christians and Jews are not so different.
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