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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
The advantages of living in a big city: André Rieu may come to town. I put on my earphones and listen to him every hour I am awake at work. I love listening to him… How nice his music is. How nice the guy is. I mean, he is really cute. Nice. Sexy. You want to do naughty things with him
How many more millions of euros in fines is Turkey going to pay, I wonder, before it teaches its officials what the right to life means or why inhuman treatment is prohibited?
When Kavakçı, a headscarf-wearing deputy, was elected to Parliament, we all felt like it was a challenge to the system. To women’s rights. To secularism.
Dearest, this is my second letter to you. Disregard the first one, Aslı, dear. Since we are both here and staying here… Let’s do this instead: Darling, let’s go traditional,
let’s make our religion the only reference in our lives. This is best for both of us...
Yes, I will. I will vote for the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) in the coming local elections in March; for them to have a landslide victory, the biggest ever…
This government, darling, the wise men out there in Ankara, they are totally against you. They are against your young body; they are against you as an individual. They are against your freedom, your feelings, your desires, your healthy upbringing, your ability to express yourself, your ability to object. Also, your strength, your potential and your preferences...
As you know, Tuesday was the beginning of the four-day Eid al-Adha, or the 'Feast of Sacrifice.' According to my religion since I have enough resources to support my family for a year and some surplus, I am obliged to sacrifice a cattle or a smaller animal like a sheep or a goat...
I decided to go for a camel this year.