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Warm hello from Iran!

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Ladan Lashkari, Aug 13, 2005.

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  1. Ladan Lashkari

    Ladan Lashkari Active Member

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    Willy,

    Wow! I didn't know we have so many Iranians in all over the world! It's also interesting you too know Farsi! :) You're always more than welcome to come to Iran! People here are very hospitable.

    By the way, how do you say "hello" and "goodbye" in Spanish? I've never had the chance to have a Spanish friend, but I'd love to learn different languages.
    SEMrush
     
    Ladan Lashkari, Aug 14, 2005 IP
    SEMrush
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    Ladan Lashkari Active Member

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    Alaikumussalam Iskandar,

    I just started posting in DP yesterday but with all you kind and friendly people here, I already feel at home! :)

    Thanks for your advice! I'll try! ;)

    Best and most sincere wishes for you all,

    Ladan
     
    Ladan Lashkari, Aug 14, 2005 IP
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    MELLA Peon

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    I'd Love to visit Iran. It's been on my list of ''Places I want to Visit'' for ages now. But I always end up going to my beloved Turkey instead. [​IMG]

    May I just ask...Is it true that even tourists on holiday in Iran have to wear a headscarf?
     
    MELLA, Aug 14, 2005 IP
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    Ladan Lashkari Active Member

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    Yes, it's true. I don't know why we have such a law. I believe people should be free to wear a headscarf or not - especially non-Muslims. Of course you don't have to cover all your hair like I've done in my photo. You should just put a headscarf around your head.
     
    Ladan Lashkari, Aug 14, 2005 IP
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    sadcox66 Spirit Walker

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    Alekum Salam !
    Enjoyed both your websites. Noticed you may have forgotten to put your affiliate link to amazon and wordtracker.
    Welcome and see you around at DP
     
    sadcox66, Aug 16, 2005 IP
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    I think there must be Persians in most every country, never had trouble making friends. I don't really speak Farsi but might recognize a phrase or two, sometimes...

    Hello is very easy: ¡Hola!, and for goodbye you can use ¡Adiós! or ¡Hasta luego! The literal translation for 'Khoda hafez' would be 'Vaya con dios' :)
     
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    Ladan Lashkari Active Member

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    Gracias! I think Spanish is a beautiful language. I know a little German and Arabic, and plan to learn a little Spanish. Then maybe French. Then... well, I haven't decided yet! ;)

    I like to learn a little from every language! I've downloaded some ebooks about Spanich, French, Italian, and even Chinese language phrases to read sometime.
     
    Ladan Lashkari, Aug 16, 2005 IP
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    Me too Ladan. :)

    I love learning languages. I'm studying Turkish at the moment, I've been learning Dutch quite successfully for nearly a year and know little bits of Arabic, French, Spanish, Russian, Danish and German.

    It's nice when you meet people, to speak a tiny bit of their language :)
     
    MELLA, Aug 16, 2005 IP
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    Ladan Lashkari Active Member

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    Wow! You certainly know a lot of languages! :)
    Yes, I agree! I plan to travel to different countries sometime and it makes me more excited to learn different languages.
     
    Ladan Lashkari, Aug 16, 2005 IP
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    Anyone else know how to use the Jibberish language as well as me? ;)
     
    focus3, Aug 16, 2005 IP
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    I dunno if you're kidding Michael Jordan, but I really can speak a language called Jibberish.

    Me and my mates used to use it in school when we wanted to speak about people/teachers infront of them. Except I could never speak it properly so it ended up getting called Mellaish. Bet no one else can speak that unique load of crap. ;)
     
    MELLA, Aug 16, 2005 IP
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    Haha, Mellaish...isnt that what Minstrel said your were doing.. creating a language one word at a time? *shrugs* But i'm not kidding. I wonder if my version of jibberish is compatible with your Mellaish
     
    focus3, Aug 16, 2005 IP
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    Strategery....
     
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    Welcome to dp Ladan.

    As far as I know there are lots of Iranians all over the world..so, tell us what the IT/ web situation is like in Iran ? ;)
     
    Design Agent, Aug 16, 2005 IP
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    Welcome Ladan! I am from Wisconsin USA. Its 95 here too :( Too dang hot! I would visit Iran someday but I am a chicken to leave the good ol USA. You should come here though, we have lots of Iranians at the college down the road. Enjoy the forums and stay away from Nintendo, he isn't house broken and by the looks of things hasn't gotten any in a long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long long time.
     
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    welcome to dp :)
     
    Scott.Gallery, Aug 16, 2005 IP
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    Arnie Well-Known Member

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    Hi, and welcome

    How do you get your payments from Google? I just wonder, because Google is very strict and Iran is on the sanction list.

    There's also no WHOIS info about your site.

    Your host is in Texas

    Analysis: 'www.freenewsletterideas.com' [134.151.36.72.reverse.layeredtech.com] was found in 14 hops
    (TTL=113).

    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Hop | %Loss | IP Address | Node Name | Location | Tzone | ms | Graph | Network |
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | 0 | | 82.165.231.24 | vps.visualware.com | ... | | | | Schlund + Partner AG |
    | 1 | | 10.255.255.253 | - | ... | | 33 | -x------ | (private use) |
    | 2 | | 217.160.229.65 | ge-020.gw-backbone-a.nyc.schlund.net | New York, NY, USA | -05:00 | 0 | x | Schlund + Partner AG |
    | 3 | | 213.248.83.25 | nyk-i3-geth3-5.telia.net | ... | | 0 | x | Telia International Carrier |
    | 4 | | 213.248.82.145 | nyk-bb1-geth1-3-1.telia.net | ... | | 0 | x | Telia International Carrier |
    | 5 | | 213.248.80.78 | nyk-b2-pos1-0-0.telia.net | ... | | 0 | x | Telia International Carrier |
    | 6 | | 208.173.135.33 | dcr3-so-1-2-1.NewYork.savvis.net | New York, NY, USA | -05:00 | 33 | -x-------- | Savvis SAVVIS |
    | 7 | | 208.174.228.9 | dcr3-ae2.NewYork.savvis.net | New York, NY, USA | -05:00 | 0 | x | Savvis SAVVIS |
    | 8 | | 204.70.192.186 | bcs1-so-1-1-0-500.NewYork.savvis.net | New York, NY, USA | -05:00 | 1 | x | Savvis SAVVIS |
    | 9 | | 204.70.192.50 | bcs2-so-6-0-0.Dallas.savvis.net | Dallas, TX, USA | | 42 | x | Savvis SAVVIS |
    | 10 | | 208.172.129.230 | ohr1-pos-1-0.FortWorthda1.savvis.net | ?Cary, NC, USA | -05:00 | 42 | x | Savvis SAVVIS |
    | 11 | | 216.39.64.19 | - | ?Cary, NC, USA | -05:00 | 42 | x | Savvis SAVVIS |
    | 12 | | 216.39.69.234 | - | ?Cary, NC, USA | -05:00 | 42 | x | Savvis SAVVIS |
    | 13 | 100 | | | | | | | |
    | 14 | | 72.36.151.134 | www.freenewsletterideas.com | ?Dallas, TX, USA | | 42 | x | Layered Technologies, Inc. LAYERED-TECH- |

    Not that I want to discredit you, but maybe you found a way for your people in Iran which want to become members of the global community you could share with?

    ;) And what about women from Iran chatting with infidels?;)

    Anyway good luck to you
     
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    Ladan, where in Iran can these flowers grow which are on the background of your pictures? ladan_lashkari.jpg ladan-lashkari.jpg

    On the bottom left of the first picture, - are these origami-birds (4 pieces paper folded birds) pinned on Polystyrene from which millions were previously produced and delivered in the south of Thailand? The flowers are more like as if they need hot and humid weather as it is now in Thailand. - Are you Thai?
     
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    Arnie, you must be a paranoid type? :confused:

    For what it's worth, I can see her Whois information just fine thank you (and it seems OK); I also happen to host some sites at the same excellent Texas facility as Ladan (though I'm nowhere near the U.S., either), and surely there are ways to get your AdSense checks no matter where you live (family and relatives abroad, incorporating in the States as per info in my signature, mail forwarding services, etc.)
     
    Willy, Aug 17, 2005 IP
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    When I was 12, My friend and I also created some strange alphabets and created a language so we could write secret letters to each other - whithout being worry that our parents or other students might find them! :D

    I still use it to write secret things for myself. For example a couple of weeks ago was the Mother's Day in Iran. I wanted to write a note and put it on my desk to remember to buy a gift for my mom. Since I wanted it to be a surprise, I didn't want to write "mom's gift" on the paper, because my desk was somewhere my mom passed every hour.

    So I used my special secret language! It worked awesome! My mom saw it a couple of times but couldn't read it. I think everyone need a secret language like this. ;)
     
    Ladan Lashkari, Aug 17, 2005 IP
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