Nowadays, people watch this video a lot in Israel although it is quite old, enjoy:
Wednesday, July 26, 2006
read the comments, AYYOHANAS !!!
don't miss the opportunity to see a mirror in front of you :) ... as a nation, i mean ;)
but seriously, comments on the original post ( http://www.cheraghha.blogfa.com/post-223.aspx )
are entertaining, and sometimes the hostility and hatred is amazing, from all sides ...
I am being convinced that in fact Iran's government are among the best of us :)
well, maybe not best, but average iranian are not better than government either :(
[I have said this so many times that I am getting nausea from writing it , do you have suggestions?]
BTW, thanks for your kind responses to my "COOL TEST", both in the group and on my weblog,
I got absolutely "zero" response, which is actually a very good result (for me, it proves my points)
I just saw his new post:
but I still think it is fake
> it is a fake; isn't it?
> > http://www.cheraghha.blogfa.com/post-223.aspx
This provides some historic facts(?) on "SEPAH" and its changes, etc. I am forwarding it
more for its historic value (assuming its accuracy?!), although, I have found politics
basically a waste of time and at best only something that makes us feel better (responsible
for our country?) when in fact it does not lead to ANY significant change/benefit ...
well, here is the link:
Monday, July 24, 2006
The beat's got soul
Snatch a piece of my wondering
This did fall like under in
Skid em with two lights
Skid em with boot light
Flamers too light
Where's the waitress
Can't take this really can't finish this
These airs and all these graces
It's my mistake I'll make it
J'd up to the boom now make it
Bounce wiggle bounce wiggle shaking all them things out
Chemical cutthroats 'bout to blow the brain out
Cut to the brain
This ain't no game
I'll show no shame
I'll birth this bane
I'll twist the game
I'll twist the game
I'll push this plane
It's plain as day
Known to what these sayers say
Known to what these doers do
It's you and who and you know where
We's about to take it there
We's about to make it clear
We're happy on we lonesome
The lone drum the beat hot
From start to finish
Ten spoons of spinach
The soul and the spillage
The cup that runneth over
We turn up the 'oh God'
Close your eyes and see
When there ain't no light
All you'll ever be
Come and save the night
Coz I don't leave
When the morning comes it doesn't
Seem to say an awful lot to me...
Friday, July 21, 2006
The original English (Facts on Farts):
Wednesday, July 19, 2006
If you listen, please let me know what you think, or which one was your favorite ...
Tuesday, July 18, 2006
You should now about the current situation between Israel and Lebanon and its potential threat to Iran.
And most Iranians have some position on this, see for example:
Please answer the following (email to the group, or leave a comment)
What can we (Iranians educated people * intellectuals?) do in this situation?
You need to spend at least 15 minutes thinking about your answer.
If your answer sounds like you have not spent "15" minutes at least, I will publicly humiliate you!
Of course, you have the option not to answer!
I will try to write something myself, and also analyze the results at the end.
Have fun :)
Monday, July 17, 2006
Saturday, July 15, 2006
I gave the following personality test:
and got the following results:
Your Type is : INTP
Introverted Intuitive Thinking Perceiving
Strength 44 25 25 11
Qualitative analysis of your type formula
* moderately expressed introvert
* moderately expressed intuitive personality
* moderately expressed thinking personality
* slightly expressed perceiving personality
Friday, July 14, 2006
Check out this movie: Beautifull Girls
Not that it is an excellent movie, but has surprisingly good something
If you have time, check this (classical) CD:
Columbia Symphony Orchestra, Glenn Gould, Vladimir Golschmann\Bach - Keyboard Concertos
It is a true masterpiece, beyond whatever words can describe!
The only problem is that you should listen to it around 100 times to truly appreciate it (at least
that is what i have done, well, in fact i started appreciating it after the 10-20 times or so :)
Thursday, July 13, 2006
to help you feel not so bad about our beloved country, here is another very ...???? clip
this one exposing US workers...
especially see the last few minutes on "abuse of chickens by KFC workers"
>>> 7/13/2006 6:09 PM >>>
All I can say is that it's so disgusting !!!
On 7/13/06, ; wrote:
> com'on ... poeple hitting on a girl, a SIBILOO gard rescuing her, but
> then starts
> kissing her and touching her ... it is quite funny, considering Iran's
> sense of GHEIYRAT
> I bet the guard does not quit "NAMAZ" and "ROOZEH", and specially "SINE
> ZANI MOHARRAM"
> we have a brillian culture that we should be highly proud of it ... and
> laugh on such small deviations :)
> >>> > 7/13/2006 5:35 PM >>>
> Actually There was no laughing matters in it.
> On 7/13/06, >>
> > Check this out, close to the end:
> > http://skoften.net/comments.php?id=2940_0_1_5
> > How many of you laughed (all boys?), how many cried (nobody? even girls)
Friday, July 07, 2006
What do you think about this:
Why people who want to discontinue writing, announce it in their weblogs?
(Me the first example!) and then usually return back to writing after a short
pause. (Again, HAGHIR among them)
I think bloggers have a phobia of being forgotten, this is the force behind them
writing, and it becomes really unbearable in certain times ...
What do you think?
Tuesday, July 04, 2006
Today I spent a couple of hours of my valuable time (yes, our time is valuable!) looking at some Iranian weblogs and my previous email was the result of my first shock. However, this was only the begining ...
I have a few more links, and I do not really know if they are worth anything, and actually I first want to sincerely apologize for bringing the previous and these links to your attention. I should probably spend my time on my work, or at least with my family, doing something good. But I am still feeling nausea from reading these weblogs.
Reading these weblogs, I feel much better about our group/dsicussions :) At least, it seems a much more civilized place. Anyway, here are some more links:
http://nanazola2.blogspot.com/2006/07/blog-post_115194311031893788.html [Titel of the weblog: Freedom for All, and then check out this post. Other posts are similar!]
http://z8un.com/cgi-bin/mt/mt-comments.cgi?entry_id=1835#1221164935 [EFSHAGARI ... ]
How much time these people are spending on this? There are 150 comments on a post, only one post!
Maybe I am just too depressed because I have wasted so much time, well ....
I have a mixed feeling about even mentioning this
weblog, but what the hell! Just, please be advised that
the contents are very explicit and there is/was a huge
discussion going around this:
I feel discussions around "homosexuality" are a
short-cut to deep inside Iran soceity ... but as
usual I can be completely wrong
Monday, July 03, 2006
How are you? I am doing fine. I have hard weeks now in university and working hard but soon it is over and I have vacation. You probably heard already that I am flying to Chicago at the 27th of July and staying until the 20th of August. I wanted to come to visit you guys and explore a new city A..... I talked with Sh.... and A.... about it and they told me that you moved to a new house. So congratulations!
I don`t know if it is ok for you that I am willing to come? I actually wanted to come with a girlfriend of mine M.... (the daughter of A...`s friend). She is doing the aupair program in Chicago right now. She just told me that she could get off work from the 28th of July until the 3rd of August and I thought I `ll ask you if we can come at this time!? Let me know if it is comfortable for you or not.
I am sure that you have to work at that time but I don`t need guidance the whole time. I`ll explore the city by myself or with you guys if you have the time for it!
I am already excited. I also heard that your parents want to come from Iran. That´s cool. Hope it will work with the visa!
Hope to hear from you soon, kisses G...
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