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  1. #1
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    Sobhe Jom'e Ba Shoma (1980s)

    Remembering Grandpa's obsession with the famous radio program of late 80s/early 90s (Sobhe Jome Ba Shoma)

    I still remember Grandpa's loud laughs over Nozari's brilliant jokes.

    Yadesh bekheir. Yade bababozorg bekheir.



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    nozadri what a treasure, ghanbari, tabesh great talant .the guy khatibi was great comedy writer .thanks
    they are all gone .

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    God I never missed this program on Friday morning no matter what. Thanks for posting.

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    thanks for posting man, i loved the show ... Nozari was gold ... harjaa hast roohesh shaad
    Don't pray in my school, and I won't think in your church
    Captain, thank you, thank you very much for all these passionate years you have given to your Real Madrid to my Real Madrid. I will not forget you because, among other reasons, I do not want to forget you. No matter where you go know that I love you , Real Madrid loves you. HALA MADRID
    Some find their Mecca in Saudi Arabia, Some in Palestine and some in Vatican, I find mine in Madrid and I call it The Estadio Santiago Bernabu

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    Sad is they are all gone
    Time fly fast ....
    Les Canadiens de Montral

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    Soroushjan tasliat migam, khodaa rahmateshoon kone.

    And thanks for the clip, who forgets sobhe jome ba shomaa.
    22 Khordad, 1388: The beginning of the end of Islamic Republic.

 

 

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