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  • #16
    Thanks guys...always learning things here at JPnet.
    Enjoy your holidays!
    George R. Widener
    Oshkosh, WI USA
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    • #17
      HAPPY DEEPAVALI I follow that in my calander.
      Irfan Faiz Nazerollnizam. Computer geek and gamer

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      • #18
        Originally posted by ATLcenter
        Originally posted by fjki98
        in my country it isHAPPY DEEPAVALI this maybe the correct spelling??. By the way HAPPY DEEPAVALI to all hindus in the world!!
        I think Diwali is the spelling in the North while Deepavali is the spelling in the South. As a South Indian (from Kerala/Tamil Nadu) I probabaly should have used the latter spelling, but its all the same...

        Yes, we did make Gulab Jamum...and we ate it all!
        Hey you are from Kerala/ Tamilandu?? Me too! You speak Tamil or Malayalam? Where abouts are you from?

        -Pete
        Pete Ganabathi
        Embry Riddle Aeronautical University

        Fly Frontier Airlines - A Whole Different Animal

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        • #19
          Originally posted by PIAA310
          Eid Mubarak and Happy diwali!
          Same to you buddy!

          -Pete
          Pete Ganabathi
          Embry Riddle Aeronautical University

          Fly Frontier Airlines - A Whole Different Animal

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          • #20
            Pete,

            My family roots are in Kerala, but we all migrated to Tamil Nadu aeons ago... so we speak Tamil. I know a little bit of Malayalam here and there.

            My hometown in India is in Kerala, it is called 'Palghat' (UK spelling) and Palakkad (Indian Spelling). It is on NH47, some 50 kms south of Coimbatore near the KL-TN border. It's a fairly big town; no Kochi or Thiruvananthapuram, but...it's there.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by [email protected]
              Originally posted by PIAA310
              Eid Mubarak and Happy diwali!
              Same to you buddy!

              -Pete
              Thanks dude!

              Hey Pete, do you speak Urdu or Punjabi also>
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              • #22
                Originally posted by ATLcenter
                Pete,

                My family roots are in Kerala, but we all migrated to Tamil Nadu aeons ago... so we speak Tamil. I know a little bit of Malayalam here and there.

                My hometown in India is in Kerala, it is called 'Palghat' (UK spelling) and Palakkad (Indian Spelling). It is on NH47, some 50 kms south of Coimbatore near the KL-TN border. It's a fairly big town; no Kochi or Thiruvananthapuram, but...it's there.
                Hey man! I know where that is!

                My mother's side is all from Kerala, from Kochi and Trivandrum and between. My dad's side is from Tamil nadu namely Kanya Kumari...the very tip of the subcontinent. So what I speak at home is Tamil. PM me sometime and we can talk!

                -Pete
                Pete Ganabathi
                Embry Riddle Aeronautical University

                Fly Frontier Airlines - A Whole Different Animal

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by PIAA310
                  Originally posted by [email protected]
                  Originally posted by PIAA310
                  Eid Mubarak and Happy diwali!
                  Same to you buddy!

                  -Pete
                  Thanks dude!

                  Hey Pete, do you speak Urdu or Punjabi also>
                  Hey Mohammad!

                  I can get by...namely I can speak Hindi really well and it's not too different from spoken Urdu so that is how I converse with my Pakistani friends here! Thank god for being from Mumbai, where you can get a mix of all worlds!

                  I speak Hindi and Tamil very well, and I can get by in Malayalam. So Urdu is not really a problem for me. I can also read Hindi.

                  What about you man? What can you speak?

                  -Pete
                  Pete Ganabathi
                  Embry Riddle Aeronautical University

                  Fly Frontier Airlines - A Whole Different Animal

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                  • #24
                    Hey dude,

                    I can speak Urdu, english, and a little bit of spanish
                    ***My Blog***

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by [email protected]
                      Originally posted by ATLcenter
                      Pete,

                      My family roots are in Kerala, but we all migrated to Tamil Nadu aeons ago... so we speak Tamil. I know a little bit of Malayalam here and there.

                      My hometown in India is in Kerala, it is called 'Palghat' (UK spelling) and Palakkad (Indian Spelling). It is on NH47, some 50 kms south of Coimbatore near the KL-TN border. It's a fairly big town; no Kochi or Thiruvananthapuram, but...it's there.
                      Hey man! I know where that is!

                      My mother's side is all from Kerala, from Kochi and Trivandrum and between. My dad's side is from Tamil nadu namely Kanya Kumari...the very tip of the subcontinent. So what I speak at home is Tamil. PM me sometime and we can talk!

                      -Pete
                      that's really funny... I was actually born in Palakkad, and I spent two weeks there just this past summer. I loove Kerala so much; its such a beautiful state. I've also been to Kanyakumari before, also beautiful. I think we've been to that Meenakshi temple there... We speak a blend of Malayalam, tamil, and even a bit of Hindi (samaan, etc).

                      I might actually come to the Atlanta meet in July; it all depends on if my parents allow me to. I live like 45 miles away from ATL though.

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by PIAA310
                        Hey dude,

                        I can speak Urdu, english, and a little bit of spanish
                        Join the club, Talha, you cant speak Punjabi??

                        I can speak urdu, english, punjabi, spanish and read arabic!
                        Only the dead have seen the end of the war-Plato

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                        • #27
                          Great that so many people are from the subcontinent!

                          Oh...by the way, ATL, I was born in Mumbai.

                          My family still lives in BOM, but I have a ton of family down south as well!

                          -Pete
                          Pete Ganabathi
                          Embry Riddle Aeronautical University

                          Fly Frontier Airlines - A Whole Different Animal

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by fly1346
                            Originally posted by PIAA310
                            Hey dude,

                            I can speak Urdu, english, and a little bit of spanish
                            Join the club, Talha, you cant speak Punjabi??

                            I can speak urdu, english, punjabi, spanish and read arabic!
                            lol...no i can't speak it, but i can understand it.
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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by [email protected]
                              Oh...by the way, ATL, I was born in Mumbai.
                              Same hospital as me.
                              "The Director also sets the record straight on what would happen if oxygen masks were to drop from the ceiling: The passengers freak out with abandon, instead of continuing to chat amiably, as though lunch were being served, like they do on those in-flight safety videos."

                              -- The LA Times, in a review of 'Flightplan'

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by indian airlines
                                Originally posted by [email protected]
                                Oh...by the way, ATL, I was born in Mumbai.
                                Same hospital as me.
                                True that Tanuj!!!!

                                Our houses aren't too far apart either!!!

                                -Pete
                                Pete Ganabathi
                                Embry Riddle Aeronautical University

                                Fly Frontier Airlines - A Whole Different Animal

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