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1.       admin
754 posts
 20 Jun 2010 Sun 01:06 am

We have a number of new essays added to this section. Check it out, there must be something of interest to you

http://www.turkishclass.com/turkey/essays/turkish_class/turkey_articles.php

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2.       slavica
814 posts
 20 Jun 2010 Sun 02:03 pm

 

Quoting admin

We have a number of new essays added to this section. Check it out, there must be something of interest to you

http://www.turkishclass.com/turkey/essays/turkish_class/turkey_articles.php

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Great! Thank you Admin!  It is wonderful to get an interesting, informative content that won´t (hopefully {#emotions_dlg.pray}  cause any arguments or hot debates

 

Anyway, something strange happens when I open Articles on Turkey and Turkish Culture page - I get options to Disapprove - Edit every particular article. It happens in every browser (Opera, Chroma and Internet Explorer) till I´m logged in. If I click some of those options, it says that I need to sign in to submit an essay. Moreover, the same thing happens when I open Users´ Essay page! And when I log out, everything looks normal.

I hope from here you can see what I mean:

 

 

Thanks one more time {#emotions_dlg.flowers}



Edited (6/20/2010) by slavica
Edited (6/20/2010) by slavica

3.       lady in red
6947 posts
 20 Jun 2010 Sun 07:14 pm

You mean ´when I am logged in´ I think.  Yes - exactly the same for me.  I think these options are only supposed to be available to Admins and that there has been some glitch in the system because when I was an admin I was able to approve/disapprove/edit essays but of course I can´t now even though I am still seeing the options.

Quoting slavica

Anyway, something strange happens when I open Articles on Turkey and Turkish Culture page - I get options to Disapprove - Edit every particular article. It happens in every browser (Opera, Chroma and Internet Explorer) till I´m logged in. If I click some of those options, it says that I need to sign in to submit an essay. Moreover, the same thing happens when I open Users´ Essay page! And when I log out, everything looks normal.

4.       admin
754 posts
 20 Jun 2010 Sun 08:52 pm

Thanks for pointing out this problem, it should be resolved now. 

5.       Unmei-de-Lange
48 posts
 20 Jun 2010 Sun 09:12 pm

I never knew there was essays on this site!! Very neat. I liked the ´Turkish Body Language´ essay.

Here is a quote from ´Turkish Body Language´ essay:

It is very common to see two men walking with their arms around each other or sometimes even holding hands. It does not say anything about their sexuality; just that they are close friends.

Quote:

It is very common to see two men walking with their arms around each other or sometimes even holding hands. It does not say anything about their sexuality; just that they are close friends.

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6.       slavica
814 posts
 20 Jun 2010 Sun 10:04 pm

 

Quoting lady in red

You mean ´when I am logged in´ I think.  

 

Yes, I meant "when I´m logged in", sorry, my English... {#emotions_dlg.shy}

But seems that problem is solved already {#emotions_dlg.bigsmile}

7.       lady in red
6947 posts
 20 Jun 2010 Sun 10:22 pm

 

Quoting slavica

 

 

Yes, I meant "when I´m logged in", sorry, my English... {#emotions_dlg.shy}

But seems that problem is solved already {#emotions_dlg.bigsmile}

 

I wasn´t meaning to pick you up on your English - sorry.  I just wasn´t sure if you meant you could see it all the time or only when you were signed in.

8.       armegon
1872 posts
 21 Jun 2010 Mon 12:30 am

 

Quoting Unmei-de-Lange

It is very common to see two men walking with their arms around each other or sometimes even holding hands. It does not say anything about their sexuality; just that they are very close friends.

 

Two arms around eachother ok, but holding hands not so common, actually i havent seen till now two men walking around and holding eachothers hand, it is open to gossips , i think author confused with Arabs...Wink

 

9.       turkishcobra
607 posts
 21 Jun 2010 Mon 01:16 am

 

 

two men walking holding hands?? huh ?? {#emotions_dlg.unsure}  

no, this is not common, also inappropriate in Turkish society. yes, two arms around each other is common, that means they are very good friends. but not any good friends hold each other´s hands {#emotions_dlg.alcoholics}

 

 



Edited (6/21/2010) by turkishcobra

10.       gezegen
269 posts
 21 Jun 2010 Mon 01:21 am

Guys, that going hand in hand may be true for two young (and certainly non-lesbian) girls! Full stop!

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