🔴شادی مسافران هند علیرغم نرسیدن به مقصد/ سفرهایی که به بهانه گرفتن ارز انجام میشود!
🔸روز جمعه 22 تیر پرواز شماره 810 شرکت هواپیمایی ایران ایر از مبدا فرودگاه حضرت امام (ره) به مقصد فرودگاه بمبئی (هندوستان) بر فراز فرودگاه بمبئی به دلیل نامساعد بودن شرایط جوی مجبور به برگشت شد و در فرودگاه جایگزین (فرودگاه زاهدان) به زمین نشست و پس از گذشت 3 ساعت به دلایل مختلف این پرواز به فرودگاه حضرت امام (ره) بازگشت.
✅با توجه به اینکه مسافران حداقل از ساعت 4 صبح در فرودگاه بود و زمانی بیش از 16 ساعت پرواز و معطلی و... داشتند لذا پیشبینی میشد باتوجه به برگشت پرواز به فرودگاه امام (ره) تنش بین مسافران و خدمه پرواز (کرو) ملاحظه شود، اما هنگام پیاده شدن مسافران از هواپیما چهرههای خندان و جملات محبت آمیز شنیدن جای تعجب داشت.
⛔️با بررسی به عمل آمده مشاهده شد مسافران هواپیما اکثرا به خاطر دریافت ارز مسافرتی به این سفر آمده بودند که هر نفر هزار یورو دریافت کرده بودند که اختلاف قیمت با بازار آزاد حدود 4 و نیم الی 5 میلیون تومان بوده است و اگر یک خانواده 4 نفره را در نظر بگیریم که 4 هزار یورو دریافت کرده است چیزی حدود 18 الی 20 میلیون تومان کسب درآمد میشد. لذا راز خوشحالی و خندههای مسافران در این نکته نهفته بود که با معطلی 16 ساعته مبلغ فوق را بدون هزینه در مقصد کسب میکردند و حتی میتوانستند با انصراف از پرواز هزینه بلیت را هم دریافت کنند!
تیمهای ملی، دیگر «ملی» نیستند
سالهاست که دیگر اعضای تیمهای ملی کشورهای مختلف برای اصل و نسب پدرهایشان بازی نمیکنند،کسی از رنگ پوست و دینشان سوال نمیکند و اینکه از کجا آمدهاند برای کسی مهم نیست.
جام جهانی ۲۰۱۸ روسیه که ۳۲ تیم از همه قارههای دنیا در آن بازی میکردند، بیش از آنکه جام تنها ۳۲ کشور حاضر در جام باشد، جشنواره تمام مردم دنیا بود. بسیاری از اعضای تیمهای ملی یا خودشان مهاجرانی از کشورهای دیگر بودند یا فرزندان مهاجران خارجی در کشوری دیگر بودند یا دو ملیتیهایی هستند که سالهاست در کشور دیگری زندگی میکنند یا اینکه تنها در آستانه رقابتهای جام جهانی، برای خودشان ملیتی « انتخاب» کردهاند.
از میان ۳۲ تیمی که در این رقابتها حاضر بودند ۲۵ تیم حداقل یک بازیکن متولد کشوری به غیر کشور پیراهنشان داشتند.
کلمبیا، مکزیک، ایران، عربستان سعودی، کره جنوبی، آلمان و برزیل، تنها کشورهای این جام بودند که هیچ بازیکن متولد خارج از مرزهای جغرافیاییشان نداشتند.
اما در مقابل، ژاپن، استرالیا، مصر، پاناما، کاستاریکا، اروگوئه، پرو، آرژانتین، سوئد، صربستان، روسیه، هلند، ایسلند، فرانسه، انگلیس، دانمارک و بلژیک، هر کدام حداقل یک بازیکن متولد کشوری به غیر از کشور پرچمشان داشتهاند.
کرواسی دو بازیکن و تونس، سنگال، نیجریه، مراکش، سوییس، اسپانیا و پرتغال، همه بیش از دو بازیکن متولد جایی به غیر از مرزهای جغرافیایی خودشان را در تیم ملی داشتند. تونس با هفت بازیکن خارجی و سنگال با ۱۲ بازیکن خارجی رکورددار داشتن بازیکنهای ساکن مناطق دیگر دنیا در تیمهای ملیشان هستند.
And Putin gives Trump a soccer ball but Ms. Graham thinks it's a spying device!!!
Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham, a Putin critic, tweeted: “if it were me, I’d check the soccer ball for listening devices and never allow it in the White House.”
New trend to catch up quickly. Is Trump really an Iranian/Russian mole in the WH? He seems to be trying to make them great again with his actions!!!!!
KAmkAr jAn and Keefer jAn, yes, I watched the final here and am heading back in an hour. Now that it is all over, I look forward to being home again.
But before, I disconnect, I thought france escaped a big one. Their best players were the ref and luck. Their first two goals were totally undeserved. I had been complaining about players taking the dive, and ironically, it selected the champion. Very sad the France's first goal was the result of an own goal from a free kick that should have never been. This is not fair play or sportsmanship. The second goal was lady luck. A totally undeserved PK. 2-0 up france after two attacks and totally being dominated. I was wondering when we would see this Croatian team will run out of gas, and I think we saw that in the second half. They simply couldn't run anymore. I thought they deserved to win today. I am off to head home now. Talk to you guys soon.
دوشنبه ۱۷ دی – ساعت ۲۰
ایران – یمن / ابوظبی – ورزشگاه محمدبن زاید
شنبه ۲۲ دی – ساعت ۱۶
ویتنام – ایران / ابوظبی – ورزشگاه آل نهیان
چهارشنبه ۲۶ دی – ساعت ۲۰
ایران – عراق / دبی – ورزشگاه آل مکتوم
Faramarz Jan thanks for catching us up on both fronts your trip and also your take on the games. Very nice analysis. So you'll be in Tehran for the game today from the sound of it. Awesome experience being amongst the full fledged football fans at home. Enjoy your time there and stay safe.
Faramarz jAn, enjoyed reading about your adventures. Not the part about losing your gears.
Hope the rest goes well.
Keefer jAn, between the 12 of us (mostly not me though), we lost nearly $20k of photography equipment. Some very nice Nikon Cameras were lost in addition to my camping gear. But all agreed that it was the most raw experience we had on this safari. The water rushed in without a warning and it was a great struggle not to lose each other. I thought it was a great experience. We are now in the hustle and bustle (and the night life) of a big city (Tehran). After the final, I will be heading back. From Mashad we drove through gonbad e kAvoos and then mAzandarAn through to Noshahr and Chaloos and then Tehran. BAbol-BAbolsar-MahmoudAbAd-Nur is a path that I recommend to everyone soon before poorman's industrialization ruins those areas as well.
Oh, I also wanted to write about the Croatia-England game. I thought the big difference was the coaching. In the second half and the extra time, I thought they totally undid the English game. They play 3-5-2 with two of the five doubling down the middle path to their goal. Croatia, in the second half pulled almost all of its midfielders except for Medic to the sides for long stretches. doubling down the flanking attacks. This forced the English lineup to actually turn into a 5-3-1-1. The 1-1 by themselves up front did not possessed the skill to pose any threat to the Croatian goal. The five were not organized or skilled enough to stop the overlapping runs of the Croatian midfielders down the sides. So, cross after cross came into a five man defensive line that was disorganized and had no offside line and hence the goals. Their second goal was actually a header from the side putting the ball behind the central defender with a Croatian forward waiting behind him and still being held onside by another defender on the far side in no man's land. The central defender was to big and bulky to move fast and get rid of the ball.
What was amazing to me, and bbc fussed about it was that the Croatian players looked fresher in overtime even though they were coming off two overtime wins in a row. BBC folks thought that this was a conditioning problem. But I think it was losing the clue as to what to do. Their coach clearly was subbing to get ready for PKs, and only subbed one. the Croatian subbed several and doing so to win the game outright.
Just my two cents.
Keefer jAn, yes we did. What was so obvious, I thought, was the difference in class. Clearly England had been lucky to make it here. The path they went through was so easy. The biggest thing I thought was missing in their game was creativity. They just have none in the midfield and the forward line. When you score 9 of 12 goals from set pieces, you have no offense to speak of. And, when the ball took a turn in their favor, their super star could not convert and pulled a Taremi. You start wondering what the differences are. If Taremi played where Kane does, would he have been a much much better player than what he is now?
The other thing I do not like about their whole football atmosphere is that they think of themselves as football gods. When you do that, anything short of becoming a god is a disappointment. We watched BBC post-game analysis and boy they were negative on this team after this game and the last. They think this team and its players did not put all their effort in and all sorts of other crap. I actually thought the opposite that they did far better than their talent level. They should celebrate. I am not sure where this constant overrating of their national team comes from. Even the experts may be overestimating their TM because of the success of their league. But their league is only so so because of the foreign players, not the British ones. You could think of today as the English players of EPL versus the non English players of the EPL (not quite but somewhat). And, we saw the class difference.
Hazard is quite magnificent and I think is the best player of this world cup. He does what he did today in Chelsea as well and runs their offense. Chelsea is half a team without him in the lineup.
Deservedly Bljik grabbed the 3rd place in this WC. They played a good game. They should have been in the final. Their win against France would have been sweet. But beating the Brits has its own sweetness.
Faramarz did you guys get to see the game?
China Has Been Preparing For A Trade War For Over A Decade
Thursday, 12 July 2018 07:24 Brandon Smith
The crash of 2008 brought with it a host of strange economic paradigms rarely if ever seen in history; paradigms which have turned normal fiscal analysis on its head. While some core fundamentals remain the same no matter what occurs, the reporting of this data has been deliberately skewed to hide the truth. But what is the truth? Well, at bottom, the truth is that most economies around the world are far weaker than the picture governments and central banks have painted. This is especially true for the United States.
That said, one country has been pursuing an opposite strategy for many years now — meaning, it has been hiding its economic preparedness more than its weaknesses. I am of course speaking of China.
When we mention China in the world of alternative analysis, several issues always arise: China’s expanding debt burden, government spending on seemingly useless infrastructure programs like “ghost cities,” China’s central bank and its corporate subset misreporting financial figures regularly, etc. All of these things fuel the notion that when a global fiscal disaster inevitably takes place, it will emanate first from China. They also give the American public the false impression that a trade war against China will be easily won and that China will immediately falter under the weight of its own veiled insta
If interested read the whole article in slt-economy.com
Faramarz good to hear from you" sorry to hear of your camping gear loss. It's only material. Keep on traveling.
As for the final I would have preferred non France final but at least I can root for the underdog Croatia. Belgium and Croatia would have been fine. By the way Iran's Faghani whistling the englan Belgium. He should have been chosen for the final. But then again lots of pressure in that one.
Good for Janbakhsh sparing himself for the under previlaged kids! Thanks Mashti for bringing it to page.
How pathetic are the Euro poodles in putting up with the Jerkali of the house of بیشرم.
Time to throw the trash out and end the modern slavory. Abolish this corrupt banking system along with its so called "international" THUGS of Finance. The world is tired of paying for the comfort of these THUG'S corrupt style of living. No more discussion.
Checking in from Mashad where we are watching the Croatia-England game. Very low quality. The ref is also horrible. I think the best record is England setting is to make the final without being able to score on the run of the play. I think only 3 of their 12 have been so.
We watched the first semi final after most of our equipment got watched away by a mini flood following a great rain. That game was a lot of fun to watch. A lot of talent. This one in comparison looks very amateurish--may be because of the close proximity of this game to the one yesterday.
این فرزاد اینهمه ار ار میکرد که ترومپ خوبه. الان قائم شده. این بچه ها رو از پدر و مادرشون جدا کردن برای همیشه یتیمشون کردن. الدنگ پوفیوس هنوزم این قاتل خوبه؟
Belgium has an Iranian connection. Mehdi Bayat is part of their selection committee. That's the guy in the middle.
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