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Old January 24, 2018, 07:57 PM
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So to what extent one reads posts of others in a forum? Does one apply Pareto Principle while choosing what to read and which posts to reply? Should one refrain oneself to not read or reply posts from members not to one's liking?
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Old January 26, 2018, 11:03 PM
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I miss NYC more than Dhaka
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Old January 27, 2018, 11:17 PM
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So to what extent one reads posts of others in a forum? Does one apply Pareto Principle while choosing what to read and which posts to reply? Should one refrain oneself to not read or reply posts from members not to one's liking?
what is a pareto principle? But I usually read more posts of few selected members than others. Member not to my liking doesn't deter me from reading them..it's the opposite i think.. i may read more of it but there isn't a single member here who fits that.

some are annoyihng though. and so am I time to time (and I know it)
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Old January 27, 2018, 11:19 PM
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I miss NYC more than Dhaka
Yup!! thanks for being honest. All these ppl speaking of dhaka being great i think miss their youth rather than the place. Dhaka is a **** place tbh.. good for a cople of week trip ... not good for daily grind.
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Old January 28, 2018, 12:03 PM
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I miss NYC more than Dhaka
Dear One World mama/uncleji, I am still here at least for another 2-3 years.
Be waiting for you at that Diner by the Port Authority.

Mama/uncleji, I love calling you is simply because of dearly affection, you know.
Like calling Fazal mama and like I call my elder cousin, our dear FagunerAgun - mama, although he is my respectable boro bhaiya, blood relation. I, lake many other in BC miss our fagunerAgun mama, his witty posts and loving presence in BC.

BTW why Mama? Because, then I can bring Mamar Barir Abdar!
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Old January 28, 2018, 12:20 PM
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Wow Daily Star really puts out some great content. Check out this video, surviving war heroes of Das party talking about their fallen brother:

My salam and Pronaam, hon. Jagatjyoti Das (RIP).

Thank you Yankees uncle for posting this link/clip about the late Bir Shahid Jagatjyoti babu. I did not know about him and that part of our history, shows so much that I do not know. What a man, leader, teacher, educator and a true Premik/believer of 'Jononi, Jonmobhumi, Shorgodopi Goriyoshi'.

I loved his childhood friend Mr. Abdur Rashid's description of Mr. Das.
I was very touched by the end part of Das' fellow freedom fighter and friend Mr. Ilias Chowdhury's emotional expression.

A very good effort by Daily Star. Now I know about one of our great ancestors who gave it away for Ma Jononi - "udoyer pothe shuni kar bani, voy nai ure voy nai... nissheshe pran je koribe dan khoy nai tar khoy nai." Our Kobiguru Robindronath Tagore.
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Old January 28, 2018, 12:36 PM
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Old January 28, 2018, 08:17 PM
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My salam and Pronaam, hon. Jagatjyoti Das (RIP).

Thank you Yankees uncle for posting this link/clip about the late Bir Shahid Jagatjyoti babu. I did not know about him and that part of our history, shows so much that I do not know. What a man, leader, teacher, educator and a true Premik/believer of 'Jononi, Jonmobhumi, Jogoti, SHorgodopi Goriyoshi'.

I loved his childhood friend Mr. Abdur Rashid's description of Mr. Das.
I was very touched by end part of Das' fellow freedom fighter and friend Mr. Ilias Chowdhury's emotional expression.

A very good effort by Daily Star. Now I know about one of our great ancestors who gave it away for Ma Jononi - Nirbishe Je praan, Koribe Je Daan - Khoi Nai Taar, Khoi Nai.
Really sad to see him breakdown like that. Some wounds never heal.
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Old January 28, 2018, 08:26 PM
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Old January 28, 2018, 09:00 PM
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Really sad to see him breakdown like that. Some wounds never heal.
absolutely true, yankees bhaiya.
And Chowdhury said, even after he buried Das' dead body (specifically Das' head, so that his face cannot be easily recognized) under water/river mud with hope of returning back and rescuing the remains of Commander Das later, to save his body from Pakistan Armies possible cowardly savagery (dishonoring a dead/deceased's body as a show of brutality in a very cowardly way I might add...and in this case that indeed did happen!), Chowdhury could not return back on time and the body was taken by the enemies and savaged upon. His painful, breaking down with tears showed how he cannot bear that failure of his. He feels and believes that he let his brave fallen commander, his dear friend down.
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Old January 28, 2018, 11:03 PM
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Old January 29, 2018, 12:31 PM
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Okras, I'm sautéing.

Funny how the name of this vegetable is spoken...and spelt.

Ochro.

Lady fingers.

From the Hibiscus family.
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Old January 30, 2018, 10:18 AM
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Old February 4, 2018, 09:12 AM
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Old February 6, 2018, 01:00 AM
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Old February 6, 2018, 07:18 AM
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Old February 6, 2018, 01:21 PM
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এবার ফের একবার বিতর্কে ওয়েস্ট ইন্ডজের তারকা। সম্প্রতি নিজের ইনস্টাগ্রামে একটি ছবি পোস্ট করেছেন গেইল। যেখানে তার পরনে মুসলিম পোশাক। আর এ নিয়েই তৈরি হয়েছে বিতর্ক। কেউ কেউ বাঁহাতি এই ব্যাটসম্যানের এ ধরনের কাজের সমালোচনা করে বলেছেন, এ ধরনের কাজ গেইলের শোভা পায় না।

কেউ আবার লিখেছেন, খ্রীষ্টান হয়ে মুসলিম পোশাক পরা গেইলের উচিত হয়নি। কেউ বলেছেন, এভাবে মুসলিম ধর্মের মানুষদের ভাবাবেগে আঘাত দিয়েছেন ওয়েস্ট ইন্ডিজের এই ক্রিকেটার।

তবে বেশিরভাগ মানুষই গেইলকে সমর্থন করেছেন। আর যাই হোক না কেন গেইল আছেন তার মতোই। আর তাই এই বিষয়টি নিয়ে এখন পর্যন্ত মুখ খোলেননি তিনি।

http://www.banglanews24.com/sports/n...634937.details

What the..How does this even hurt the sentiment?
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Old February 6, 2018, 01:49 PM
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^^^Thank you, Roman, for posting this. Gayle looks really good in the attire. He would look good in any style of clothing.

Shalar Murkho, lowlives, odhom, hatefull a-holes will write all kind of sh!t on the web since everyone has access to to a keyboard. These morons think that anybody has a copyrighted 'right' over a piece of a clothing! These low-lives with shrimp brain won't even see that 'if this has anything to do with a religion or a region (which is where clothing style, couture or fashion culture originates from - not from the philosophy of a faith!), then Gayle should be commended for that! He is showing, what looks to me as a love sign while wearing this clothing. He obviously is trying to build a bridge a between the worlds, an ongoing rift in the world that we all know of. If he had no intention of building any bridge, I don't see him trying to add fuel in an already fragile relationship between Islam and Christianity or the West.

This also reminds me of a mob of uneducated, bloody murkhos in Malaysia that forced the local authorities, court system to enforce a christian community/church barring from using the word 'Allah' as God in their church. I mean, how odhom, disgusting and hateful can one be to even think that way. If a church uses the word 'Allah' in order to describe 'God' in their communal prayer, any moslem should be receiving/seeing that from a minority, non-Islamic community as an absolutely beautiful effort to embrace Islamic culture and integrating that into their own (the church, in this case)! That should be a cause for the local muslims to rejoice, not something to bring out their dandas and bamboo sticks.
All these hateful Morons - Durey gia Morr!
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Old February 6, 2018, 02:02 PM
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My only problem with the photo of Gayle though,
I do not like the white choppols (sandals) ...
Looks like Gayle bhai got them loafers from a Holiday Inn shower during his last trip to Dhaka.

Ohh BTW...now to think of it...Are we sure that is not a towel bath-robe and a shower cap he is wearing from the Motel 6?
You never know...it could very well be.
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Old February 6, 2018, 02:05 PM
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He is showing, what looks to me as a love sign while wearing this clothing.
A rastafarian 'peace' sign.
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ei democrat der ami dui chokkhe dekte pari na..
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Planning to move outta california...

too many liberals.. liberals everywhere.
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Old February 6, 2018, 03:17 PM
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Planning to move outta california...

too many liberals.. liberals everywhere.
Keno, kuthai zaba Mahmud bhaiya?
Abar back to Feni?
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Old February 6, 2018, 03:17 PM
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Planning to move outta california...

too many liberals.. liberals everywhere.
Move to Alabama
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