not necessarily about everything that i dropped off on the paper!: September 2005

Friday, September 30, 2005

I'm sorry but... said in previous entry, till further notice we're closed.

Wednesday, September 28, 2005

My lovely lil cousin

The pic below is esp for you MONA!!!
What are you gonna say now?!!

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it was his birthday just last week & I missed it. I miss him so much!
& as for the rest;
Yea life's been pretty cool So I'ma quit for a while, I want out.
I'm going away for a while, but I will respect the oath I took the day I was made, and whatever I know about anyone else's business, I take with me to the grave. You have my word.
I can see that some people might have a problem with this & I do realize that, so as an extra token of good faith between us, I've taken the liberty of writing down everything I know and putting it in a safe deposit box (Draft Folder) in case anything happens to make me return .
Don't forget checking out Guildish btw & you all better get arsed to leave comments on it, oh I'm just joking, it's entirely up to you tho.

Take it easy
moostive / Oct the 28th

Friday, September 23, 2005


I finally managed to launch Guildish, check it out by clicking here.

Wednesday, September 21, 2005

10:10:32 PM

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Drawn by moostive / Dec 2004

Monday, September 19, 2005


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Saturday, September 17, 2005


Chance to expose your mushrooms with colours often just drive meet new people sees a sign that says to gorilla with gold organised campaigns community of settled between several computers authorised solutions reseller Promote healthy here for nutrition most known nuclides the information you provide is that Queen English?
The three of them begin film credits and release dates One Great Family but conveniently forgets to mention having hidden electronic eavesdropping devices filled with imbedded links to porn sites present a proper Dada!

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Friday, September 16, 2005

Saba Museum

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The late blessed Abolhassan Saba

In 1957, when Saba deceased, Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi ordered to make his house with all his works, things and instruments as a permanent museum. In Nov. 1974, Ali Akbar Shahbazi inaugurated Saba Museum. It was opened to public in 1983.

There are now two collections of instruments in Iran - in the SABA Museum and belonging to the Organization of Cultural Heritage -.
Unfortunately there is no special museum of musical instruments.

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Quite a losuy alley on the way to Saba Residence packed with motorbikes!

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This is the house of the great Iranian Musician, Composer and Violinist, Abolhassan Saba (1903-1957).

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All belonged to him, and also all of his works, instruments are gathered here but the day I went there there was this sign on the door -least 8 weeks back- so unluckily I couldn't visit the place.

Here's what you need to know if you're going to visit Saba museum.
Phone: (+9821) 33111246
Opening hours: 8-16; Closed on Fri.
Address: No.90, Sabaa Alley, Zahirol-Islam St., Jomhouri Ave., Baharestan Sq., Tehran.

Photos are all taken by moostive
Summer 2005

Wednesday, September 14, 2005

Step ads!

Watch these steps for a chance!

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Photo taken by moostive / Woking train-station
Sep 2005

Sunday, September 11, 2005

Sep. 11

Check out these 2 posts:

& why not comment? huh?jk.
They both are drwan by moostive / 2005

Saturday, September 10, 2005

Dervish in Hafezieh

Round about 2 weeks back, I was given a chance to go to Shiraz-the city I was born in-so I took the opportunity & managed to pay a visit to Hafezieh as well.
This is a shot I took while Amir-he'll be soon writing on was kinda melting into dervish's words, to me that guy was more of a fortune-teller rather than a mendicant from a friary I suppose!

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& another shot:

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Photos taken by moostive
Aug 2005

Thursday, September 08, 2005

Cell-shot of Amirabad St.

I took this shot from my pal's office in Amirabad street in tehran.

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Tehran / Amirabad / Summer 2005
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Wednesday, September 07, 2005

My Bird-pick was good!


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Shiraz / Hafez tomb / Aug 2005
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Tuesday, September 06, 2005

Forgotten Empire: the world of Ancient Persia in British musuem

Ancient Persia was the largest and wealthiest state in the Ancient Near East, eclipsing Assyria and Babylonia and overshadowing Greece in the west. Between 550 BC and 330BC the Persians ruled an Empire that stretched from North Africa to the Indus Valley and from Central Asia to the Arabian Sea. This vast Empire, one of the largest of antiquity, was administered from the Persian homeland in South-West Iran and from capital cities such as Susa, Pasargadae and Persepolis, arguably the most magnificent site in the whole of the ancient world.

The exhibition shows the splendour of Ancient Persia as reflected in the architecture, the sumptuousness of the material culture, and the sophistication of the administration. This is the legacy of the Great Kings such as Cyrus, Darius and Xerxes.

Included in the exhibition will be substantial loans of material from the National Museum in Tehran, the Persepolis museum, and the Louvre in Paris. This will be the first time that many of the objects from Tehran have been outside Iran, and some of the more precious gold and silver items have never been shown before.

Click here for more info.