The national barcode system Iran Code was officially launched here on Wednesday by President Mahmud Ahmadinejad...This system is regarded as one of the country’s most important infrastructure projects, which directly influences the distribution market and electronic trade.>>>
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Yes, the Christian educationby Natalia Alvarado-Alvarez on Sun Jun 29, 2008 10:36 AM PDT
provided for me growing up, relied greatly on the Old Testament. In the New Testament I was only taught about the Gospels.
My favorite story growing up was Esther but I might have thought differently, if I had known about the execution of Vashti.
Solh va Doosti
PS: You must remember that my Christian education was provided to me all in Spanish and within the Mexican culture.
In Hebrew School they told me she was killed, when I spoke toby Rosie T. on Sun Jun 29, 2008 10:24 AM PDT
some well-read kind of right wing Persian guy he scoffed at this but you know how they are they like to think the Achaemenids were onm a par with Jesus. Persian tolerance, that cylinder, bla bla bla. Suggest you google further, there may be conflicting versions of the story., I am surprised you learned about Achashverosh (Ataxerxes in Hebrew),and Vashti at all, I only learned it for Purim in Hebrew School. DId your teachings rely heavily on the Old Testament?
Oooooooooooooh what an interesting ideaby Natalia Alvarado-Alvarez on Sun Jun 29, 2008 10:17 AM PDT
I wonder what they would think?:o)
I just read that queen Vashti was executed four years after she was removed as Queen and then the King married Esther, is this true?
I was raised to believe that Vashti was simply exiled. I was never told that she was executed.
Solh va Doosti
Okay, then,by Rosie T. on Sun Jun 29, 2008 07:43 AM PDT
but Candelabra is better.
Or how about Persia?
I guess we are both rightby Natalia Alvarado-Alvarez on Sun Jun 29, 2008 01:30 AM PDT
After all the years of sigaweed, he probably hears his imaginary friends at all times by now. hahahahahaha
Did we not discuss already, my not wanting to be his imaginary friend? Yes, I do recall the conversation with clarity. :o)
Candelabra? I don't think so. I think it shall have to be Nadia then. Now, Sasha would have been better but in some countries it is a guys name. hahahahaha
Hey! How about a French name then?
Solh va Doosti
Actually I think we ARE his imaginary friends and what do youby Rosie T. on Sun Jun 29, 2008 12:47 AM PDT
mean WHEN he does it, you mean when he DOESN'T don't you? That's when he hears voices.
Isn't it funny to be gossipping in public under a news item about barcodes in between all this nuclear stuff? Only in the 21st century,
Good night and may the force be with you,
PS How about Chantily for your name? Or Candelabra?
If only I could but alas.......by Natalia Alvarado-Alvarez on Sun Jun 29, 2008 12:21 AM PDT
Darth Vader only listens to himself. Now, when he does the sigaweed he probably also listens to his imaginary friends. hahahahaha
Girl I think it is time to put a record on and let our hair down.
Mehdi Mazloom? I thought that we were working on a mysterious name for me. I like Soraya but it just not exotic and mysterious enough.
I know, how about Sarahi?
Solh va Doosti
Bunny cake,by Rosie T. on Sat Jun 28, 2008 11:16 PM PDT
Well if you are not Mehdi Mazloom you should be Mehdi Mazloom and so I am going to appoint you Mehdi Mazloom and I think I CAN do this because I am the Dear Abby of the website. So that is my advice, BE Mehdi Mazloom. Now.
Aren't my newsfeeds kitschy? Everyone ELSE is talking about nukes and war and I find these little tidbits about barcodes and Andalusian love poems and Indian oil wells. I am trying to HUMANIZE the newsfeeds. teehee
Newfeeds are so much fun. Surf and post surf and post and surf and post again...
Bunny stop fighting with Maz, It isn't worth it. You're always going to make up anyway.
Do you think you could ask whatshisname to stop fighting with ME? I put out a white flag he puts out a red flag and on and on and on it goes white flag red flag white flag red flag. I feel like Betsy Ross. Do you think you might intercede on my behalf? I really don't want to leave..and anyway, he will miss me. LOL
Explanation of Tempests in Teapots and Tomato Recall
I do remember those...tomatoes...of yours....ah for one touch of those tomatoes...of yours...
PS I do not believe that Rushdie has a PhD. He probably has a few honorary ones though. Just google it. Rushdie Phd. And you will find out all you need to know. R.
Seasons Changeby Natalia Alvarado-Alvarez on Sat Jun 28, 2008 11:16 PM PDT
Solh va Doosti
Rositaby Natalia Alvarado-Alvarez on Sat Jun 28, 2008 10:40 PM PDT
Look again, I was not Mehdi Mazloom. What is a major issue with me all my life "control"? Always someone trying to control me because I am way to sweet.
I always have to put my foot down and speak my mind. Freedom! What do we want Freedom! Power to the the People!
By the way do you know if Salman Rushdie has a Ph.D? I have never heard people refer to him as Dr. Salman Rushdie. I will be getting into a possible debate with Zion over this on Sadegh's latest blog Video: Orientalism and Racism.
Also, did you read Bijan AM's comment on a rape scenario on that Islamic attack on democracy. Very disturbing comment indeed.
Solh va Doosti
PS: Just lurking about just got soooooooo boring. By the way Mazzie and I are no longer fighting. We have made peace, not war.
Well...I have to admit...I DID do a double-take when I saw theby Rosie T. on Sat Jun 28, 2008 10:22 PM PDT
name Mehdi Mazloom. Oh hahahahahohohohoheeheeheeheehee.
You know I'm establishing quite a name for myself among the new wave of contributors, especially the fish. It's just like the old days, I feel very popular, needed and respected. I help them out with their ISSUES about Pejmand and Ahmadinejad. They listen. They take it to heart.
I don't really want to leave. Could you please ask jj if he will let me stay.
Omigod DON'T keep doing this to me. I already have enough mind games going on with you know who, and also the clock is ticking, zero hour is coming when I must leave and I must use each moment wisely.
PS DEFINITELY trouble in paradise. He's whining and whining, doesn't stop whining. Too bad I have to go. I will miss his whining.
Do you think if YOU asked him he might let me stay?
But of course, I do Rositaby Rosita (not verified) on Sat Jun 28, 2008 09:57 PM PDT
Don't forget to mention that chip that is placed under the skin of animals. Some countries are already doing it to humans.
It is only a matter of time before it is done globally.
PS: you would think that you would recognize my lurking around.:o) I am beginning to understand the freedom that comes from just being a hit and run poster.
Oh god Control,by Rosie T. on Sat Jun 28, 2008 05:45 PM PDT
do you really think the sophisticated electronic technology in the West are not used as a means of control? Do you not know that almost all of this technology originated in the military? Do you not know that your very cell phone can be used to find out EXACTLY (not approximately) where you are?
Do you not know that every coin has two sides?
They won't be happyby ControlFreaks (not verified) on Sat Jun 28, 2008 04:43 PM PDT
until they control every aspect of the Iranians lives in Iran.
The semi-moronic rhetoric of the major Iranian press aside,by Rosie T. on Sat Jun 28, 2008 03:39 PM PDT
the answer to your question is: Better late than never.
Anyway, the article explains that barcode technology has been used for decades. They are just moving on to the next phase.
band aid cureby ali reza (not verified) on Sat Jun 28, 2008 02:37 PM PDT
Instead of taking care of inflation,which is eating away peoples' income and making prices skyrocket the govenment is adapting this bar code technology which beeen aroumd for years.According to an article price of a high rise three bedroom apt. in Tehran is about $ 600.000 which is close to a price of same apt.in Tokyo.
New Dawn on civilazation.by Mehdi Mazloom (not verified) on Sat Jun 28, 2008 11:53 AM PDT
after all, every time Iranian industry adapts a 3rd generation technology,this little midget akh-mag-e-nejat is quick to boast it as breakthrough advancement by the Me-latt-e-Iran, as "new dawn on human civilization".
Bar code technology has been around for more them 50 years, why Iran have started is using it now?.