ONTD Political


11:21 am - 06/16/2009
ahtefeh 17th-Jun-2009 03:29 am (UTC)
I was born in Iran but have been here for a while now. Can't go back due to religious reasons but hopefully one day I will.

I can make you some caps as soon as possible if you'd like.

Sure! Hah, I hope you don't mind some weird entries involving the Obama economics team. It's an odd joke amongst my friends and I.
bellichka 17th-Jun-2009 03:45 am (UTC)
This is going to sound creepy but do you mind me asking what state you're in? I have a "Manchester" about 15 minutes away from me... weird! But I guess a lot of states do :P
ahtefeh 17th-Jun-2009 03:46 am (UTC)
Haha, no problem. Manchester, NH. Close?
bellichka 17th-Jun-2009 03:47 am (UTC)
Aw, no. NY! (It was going to be way too coincidental for me if you were in NY...)
ahtefeh 17th-Jun-2009 03:51 am (UTC)
Haha. I wish I was close to NY. I'd love to live there although NYC itself scares me. You'd think growing up in Tehran would prepare me but living in Manchester has changed me. No one walks here :/
bellichka 17th-Jun-2009 03:53 am (UTC)
Manchester, NY is upstate... population of about 7000 or something ridiculous like that haha. I visited NYC for the first time a couple months ago and loved it, although it can be very intimidating and I was definitely ready to leave after a few days. (Had been to London twice but NYC never... go figure).
ahtefeh 17th-Jun-2009 03:57 am (UTC)
Would love to visit London. How was is? I was in Toronto last week and loved it! It's like a cleaner, nicer NYC I like to say. I loved NYC too but it was like reality slapping me in the face. I always said I'd like to live there cause television and movies make it look so easy. I was there for one day and I was so scared. It must be awesome to actually spend your life there cause it can make it so much easier to live and enjoy it without being shocked like I was.
bellichka 17th-Jun-2009 04:04 am (UTC)
London is amazing, awesome awesome city. It's my fave city that I've been to so far (and I've seen a lot of the US and most of western Europe). So much to do, so much history, and so much you can do and see for completely free. It's its own brand of city, I think.

Toronto is my favorite North American city! Just such a pleasant, clean city, I think. I haven't been back in about 7 years, I'd love to go again.
ahtefeh 17th-Jun-2009 04:14 am (UTC)
Sorry I had to check twitter. Did you hear about NYTfail#? My God, what are they thinking?

Where else have you visited? I've been to Istanbul, Ankara, most of Iran, and Toronto. California is the farthest away from home (NH) I've been. Toronto is by far my favorite place after Iran. So cold tho, ha. I had a jacket with me the whole time.
bellichka 17th-Jun-2009 12:10 pm (UTC)
Oh gosh... London, Oxford, Cambridge, Dover, Calais, Paris, Rheims, Dusselsorf, Munich, Heidelberg, Lucerne, Lugano, Zurich, Verona, Venice, Rome, Florence, Pisa, Monaco, Nice, Barcelona, Madrid... I think that's it for Europe. As for the US I think I've been to NY (obviously), Mass, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio (went to college there), Indiana, Illinois, Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, NC, SC, Georgia, Florida, California, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming, and Utah.

Want to get out to the Pacific Northwest, as well as Hawaii, and I want to get to Southern Spain/Morocco/Tunisia/Sicily! Hopefully in the next couple years.
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