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  1. INTJRyan
    Today 03:41 AM
    I hear ya; past my bedtime too. Hard work dragging these balls around all day.
  2. INTJRyan
    Today 03:29 AM
    lmao. Ahhh nothing like a good discussion about balls. I don't know how you walk around with those things. - my wife (and Elaine Benes)
  3. INTJRyan
    Today 03:02 AM
    I meant on women Are you Cisco Adler?
  4. INTJRyan
    Today 02:44 AM
    INTJRyan commented on Why is yoghurt such a feminine food?
    You don't enjoy yoga tights? :o
  5. Dung
    Yesterday 04:35 AM
    Read the Russian classics, listen to their music. European music, for one, would feel amputated without the Russians. I don't see a Turkish equivalent. Sure, Istanbul has a European side, Turkey was an ally of Europe from a number of years and Atatürk modernised (westernised) the country. But we are talking about cultural influences here. Well, the Turks brought coffee to Vienna... that's not to be dismissed.
  6. Megalomania
    Yesterday 12:26 AM
    Unfortunately I can't find a copy in English.
  7. Dung
    04-16-2014 11:05 PM
    Interesting, your family comes from ex-Yugoslavia, right? Makes sense. As for the Roman Empire, two things come to mind: the roots of the European culture as it is understood today, precede Rome. But that was a long time ago. Although it is true that the Turks kept a few things from the Roman empire, ruins aside, like baths for instance; for the most part their lifestyle and the populations have little to do with the spirit of the Romans and little to do with people living there in the former Byzantine empire.
    It's comparable to the Greeks today who brag about the beauty of the Parthenon. Well, they didn't built it. Most people are alienated from the culture of their very land, anyway. But also, the Romans were extremely cruel and would be considered barbaric by today's standards.
  8. Dung
    04-16-2014 10:48 PM
    Turkish culture is great, but very much outside the European heritage, for the greater part of its history. Russia's place is essential, massive within European culture. The influences go both way, on many levels.
  9. Dung
    04-16-2014 10:35 PM
    It makes no sense for Europe to include the Turks (their candidature was pushed by the Brits, who were probably hoping to mess things up) but not Russians. Russian culture is European. It is also Europe's gate to Asia.
  10. Dung
    04-16-2014 10:26 PM
    This won't happen before another 50 years. But there is no other way.
  11. Dung
  12. Dung
    Old conflicts surrounding Kiev between the Tsardom of Russia and the Republic of Poland is also why Polish diplomats are agitated now. They would want to have their say too...
  13. Dung
    04-16-2014 09:52 PM
    It all works out to his advantage, for now, to be sure. But I don't see the capacity for much escalation in the current situation.
  14. Dung
    04-16-2014 09:35 PM
    Don't you think Putin has enough on his plate already? Huge country, ethnic conflicts, religions, Russian mafia, a shrinking demography, Gazprom, oligarchs, young mistresses, Botox issues... Imperialist Russia is cold war propaganda. Not happening, will never happen.
  15. Dung
    04-16-2014 09:28 PM
    German ties with Russia go far deeper than fascism. Putin is a brutal statesman, which is why he is successfully ruling Russia; but he is not planning to invade Europe, nor is he planning to plague humanity with an occult ideology.
  16. Dung
    04-16-2014 08:45 PM
    I like her, but she's wrong on this one.
  17. Dung
    They were good friends though, and everything indicates that German politicians and business leaders are willing to go easy on Russia. Essential business ties are in place as well, that nobody wants to lose.
  18. Traverser
    04-15-2014 10:42 PM
    Traverser commented on Is the right to leave unalienable?
  19. Exelone
    04-15-2014 07:04 PM
    Does super strength exist when it comes to meth and PCP or is that a rumor? :D
  20. Exelone
    04-15-2014 05:53 PM
    Exelone commented on Just tried Adderall for a first time
    That's incredibly interesting E7.

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