A traditionalist at heart, he travels often in an attempt to expose himself to as many cultures across the globe as possible.
Hume, formerly known as Law Dogger, is an attorney and the litigation partner of his law firm.
” he said, feigning spite, and then in a high-pitched voice said, “I love you. You’re the only man for me.” The other man laughed and nodded. In the capital city, in Tehran, it’s like drugs and orgies,” one of the men explained. “Yes well, if everyone drinks so much so much and there’s a lot of drugs…” He explained that since Tehran is so close to Afghanistan, which produces a huge amount of drugs, “Iran is the gateway of drugs to the West. “Well, it depends on the culture of the family;” one of the men explained, “I even know some families where the girls’ boyfriends used to live with them.(Carolyn Cole / Los Angeles Times)Now 35, Azadi has moved to a more genteel part of town but still lives by herself.More than 3 million educated Iranian women over 30 are unmarried, according to Mizan, the official news agency of Iran’s judiciary.They care about their appearances so much so that they fear leaving the house without looking their best – be it make up, hair, heels, or that expensive dress.And of course, they are materialistic – they care what you drive, they have one or more Chanel bags, they’ll invade your city’s fancy bars/restaurants, and so on.