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Vacation Packages to Turkey

Posted by on August 12, 2014 – 08:02 pm

Vacation Packages to Turkey

THE FOLKS IN WASHINGTON HAVE PULLED OFF A BIGGER PONZI SCHEME THAN BERNIE MADOFF EVER DID. Entitlement my foot, I paid cash for my social security insurance! Just because they borrowed the money for other government spending, doesn t make my benefits some kind of charity or handout!! Remember Congressional benefits? free healthcare, outrageous retirement packages, 67 paid holidays, three weeks paid vacation, unlimited paid sick days. Now that s welfare, and they have the nerve to call my social security retirement payments entitlements? We re…

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Turkey country Official Language

Posted by on August 1, 2014 – 03:38 pm

Turkey country Official Language

The rise of a Christian state in the Middle East should be carried out by the Turks in a way to counterbalance just and unjust accusations about the Christian massacres occurred in the Eastern provinces of the Ottoman empire during WW I. The great Aram Nahrin Mesopotamia would promulgate Aramaic as the only official language of a circumference that would comprise Mosul, the Middle Tigris west bank, Palmyra, Haleb and Laodicea. Turkey would have to implement measures introduced by Kemal Ataturk in the 20s and the 30s in order to totally eliminate…

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Turkey, Places to visit

Posted by on July 28, 2014 – 02:38 pm

Turkey, Places to visit

This is a broad question, and hopefully i don t get a lot of flack for this, but i ll be in turkey for about 5 weeks starting in april and wanted to hear what people out there could recommend for places to visit. i m currently in india and won t be able to pick up a guidebook. we land in istanbul, and were thinking of heading to epephesus and beaches towards the southwest of the country. we also wanted to go to more isolated regions such as the northeast of the country. does anyone have places to visit that they can recommend out there? we re…

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University Education in Turkey

Posted by on July 27, 2014 – 02:22 pm

University Education in Turkey

Self-motivated, results-driven problem solver who possesses excellent managerial, financial and interpersonal communication skills. Has proven ability to adapt to new and high-paced environments. A true team player, achieving extraordinary results by developing action-plans. Ability to perform widely diversified tasks. Experience Sales Consultant Established a marketing and sales office for natural stone wholesale company. « Created a target customer database and developed a marketing strategy. «Traveled to Turkey for better analyzing the various…

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Football team in Turkey

Posted by on July 23, 2014 – 10:57 am

Football team in Turkey

I wish you ALL the most wonderful Thanks Giving holiday. I send the very very best from the Baloney s to you and yours n shit. Be sure to eat lots of turkey, argue about Creationism with your Grandmother, discuss politics with your Father in law(If you have one), tell your mother you are going off the pill, borrow a lot of money from your dad and spend it on scratchoffs, have a puppet show with the Turkey Carcass (I suggest scenes from Equus), get shit-house drunk on Gallon Wine and loudly cheer for whatever football team your brother cant stand…

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Tour Guides in Turkey

Posted by on July 22, 2014 – 10:44 am

Tour Guides in Turkey

(continued from Part 1) There were of course lots more that I couldn t identify. The sparrows bedevil me and so do all the tiny flitty birds that won t stay still. This is why I love raptors and wetland birds -- they are easily visible in the open and often are moving slowly so I can get a good look at them. And maybe someone can tell me what the heck the mystery birds were. There was a flock of about 25 sandpiper-like birds that looked like black turnstones. I doubted these birds that frequent ocean coastlines would be here, so I looked them…

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Turkish Poetry

Posted by on July 20, 2014 – 10:12 am

Turkish Poetry

Well I would have to agree with you - I had a Persian (Israeli) girlfriend and although she was a pain in the ass - the food was out of this world - although its been so long that I have a hard time remembering how it differed from Yemenite, Morrocan, Kurdish, Turkish, Palestinian cousine - which ofcourse all differ from each other in ways that I can t remember. I just know that I love them all - YUM. As for persian art I love the calligraphy and minature paintings. Really stunning. I used to have a couple but left them in Israel. Any recommendations…

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Turkish Ministry of Tourism

Posted by on July 18, 2014 – 09:10 am

Turkish Ministry of Tourism

Turkish Tourism Continues its Strong Growth, Records a Re-Affirming 10, 7% Increase The number of international tourist arrivals to Turkey have increased by 10, 7% for the first 7 months of 2013 when compared with the first 7 months of 2012. The stats announced by the Turkish Ministry of Tourism and Culture reveal a 1.9 million increase in the number of tourists, taking the total toll from 17, 3 million in 2012 to 19, 1 million in 2013 (first seven months). The future of Turkish tourism poised some serious concerns and questions following the civil…

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