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Re: money/ethics in politics Jul. 28th, 2016 @ 12:35 am
First off, Trump has said he admires Putin. Strong leader who knows what he's doing, and one who doesn't shy away from doing what's "right", no matter the consequences. Whatever "right" might mean - to me this sort of approach seems rather fascist-ish (to use another label we like to ascribe to Trump), but that might just be me.

It's not just about them admiring each other - there's the issue of money in politics...

Being a hot dog is the new non-mainstream Jul. 27th, 2016 @ 03:14 pm

How much longer? Jul. 25th, 2016 @ 09:04 am
Ich bin Ansbach, Reutlingen, München, Würtzburg...

You reap what you sow.

Time to prosecute Frau Merkel?

All hail the Sultan almighty! Jul. 20th, 2016 @ 04:34 pm
If it hasn't become patently obvious by now what Erdogan has been after in the wake of the purported "coup" (which most people, both within Turkey itself and abroad now seem to be convinced was a false flag, intended to untie Erdogan's hands for a mega-crackdown), then I don't know when it would.

Oh, and it has all started unraveling pretty fast, eh?...

Because you can't take a walk... Jul. 16th, 2016 @ 12:04 am
...Without chasing imaginary digital... kittens? Teddy bears? Furries? Angry birds? Trolly-like... thingies?

Searching for Pokemon in Real Life - Pokemon GO is Nintendo's Latest Attempt to Get Us Active

It was about time...

Je suis Baghdad... right? Jul. 6th, 2016 @ 12:11 am
Maybe you missed it since “pray for Baghdad” didn't trend on Twitter, and Facebook didn't give you the option of overlaying an Iraqi flag on your profile picture, but something truly horrific happened there Sunday morning.

Guess what it was?...

He's doing it right Jul. 5th, 2016 @ 10:53 pm

Behold the Valyrian rubber Jun. 26th, 2016 @ 11:41 am

Not quite together Jun. 21st, 2016 @ 01:26 pm
Here's the thing. UK's possible exit from the EU could cause an unprecedented shock that's hard to predict, possibly with global consequences.

The question these days is if England would leave the Euro'16 or the EU first. In the former case, it'll be only the football fans who'd suffer - for a while. But that wouldn't be anything unusual: England has often exited big championships early, despite always featuring among the favorites to win trophies. Option 2 would be more damaging, and could cause ripples across the whole world.

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