Everyone in the US is mad about the impact of the mob on democracy.
The US has managed coups in many countries, especially south America. Coup is the opposite of democracy.
The one they helped in 1953 in Iran:
Rude things to do with a pair of chopsticks.
@codewiz immediately thought of you.
سالی که نکوست.
هر چند اینها متاسفانه آسیبی که نباید رو به زندگی میلیون ها نفر زدند. الان هم دیگه رفتن شون طبیعی بود.
Having lived in Tehran for ten years before moving to the west, the idea of a suburb vs downtown was very strange to me. Business and residential are mixed in Iran which is what I'm used to.
Having lived here for ten years, now I am used to the distinction. However, I always miss the liveliness of Tehran.
Wondering what's people's opinion about moving to the suburb. Are you still living closer to the downtown? How did you decide to switch?
شب یلداتون مبارک.
با آرزوی بازگشت صلح به ایران و به دنیا.
Happy yalda night Mastodon.
Yalda, an ancient Iranian tradition, is celebrated on the eve of the winter solstice and goes several thousand years back in the history of the country.
Yalda means birth, and it was believed that Mithra, the Persian angel of light, was born during that night, which was then called Yalda.
As the longest night of the year, the Eve of Yalda (Shab-e Yalda) on December 21 is also a turning point, after which the days grow longer. It symbolizes the triumph of Light.
I have a very basic question: don't know how Mastodon works and just followed @codewiz's publicly chosen community. But since he likes open source everything in my feed is also open source (sorry everyone for being an imposter). How can I find communities of my own field? I've searched keywords, but nothing important. Am I doing sth wrong? Is it that mastodon is for open source people and my community are all on Twitter?
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