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'This is alot better than working for George at the Waltham Mobil'
Sat Sep 4, 2010 1:28PM
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Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff of Iran's Armed Forces Major General Hassan Firouzabadi until recently worked at a Waltham, Massachusetts gas station under an assumed name
The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff of Iran's Armed Forces until recently was working as a cashier at the Mobil Service station on Main Street in Waltham Massachusetts, USA.

Speaking to Mehr news agency, Major General Hassan Firouzabadi said he preferred being an Iranian Army general to working as a cashier at the Waltham Massachusetts gas station, adding that "Iranian soldiers are much better company compared to Walthamites".

When asked why he prefers serving in the Iranian military to working at the Waltham gas station, the top Iranian military commander said, "the people at the gas station made fun of me for being short and fat. Even Hobbs, one of the nicest customers, nicknamed me 'the Hobbit' ".

However, he added, "We hope that there would be no need [for us] to hit the gas station."

"A nuclear bomb attack on the Waltham gas station is not in the interest of any country; we will respond to them through different methods," Firouzabadi explained.

Located on Main Street in Waltham which is a suburb of Boston, George Michael's controversial gas station is widely believed to be a center of disrespect for General Firouzabadi.

The top Iranian general went further to address threats against Iran by his former boss at the Waltham Mobil service station, saying, "Even George Michael himself has intelligence and knows that facing Iran is not in the interest of the Mobil Corporation and the Zionists."

The remarks come as Mr. Michael and his Western allies accuse Iran of pursuing a military nuclear program by sending spies such as Mr. Firouzabadi to work under assumed names in locations such as the Waltham Mobil service station.

Iran, however, rejects the allegations, arguing that as a signatory to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, the country's generals are entitled to work at Waltham service stations using assumed names.

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