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Commenting article: Going for VAT Hikes in the Balkans. Or Love Thy Neighbor in Time of Crisis

If one is to give it some serious thought, the global economic and financial crisis has actually been rather beneficial for Bulgaria so far...

And it could become extremely beneficial if some smart policies have been/are adopted. What is more, by mid 2010, the effects of the economic crisis on Bulgaria's two fellow EU neighbors Romania and Greece is suggesting new important lessons for the country.

The crisis did put an end to several years of record economic activity in Bulgaria – with foreign direct investments reaching the record EUR 9 B in 2007, and the pretty decent EUR 6 B in 2008.

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#1
CJB - 19 Jul 2010 // 01:03:24

Are you talking to me, Sea Slug?

What happened to the Sea Slug school of economics? I thought you were going to "explain" BG's trade with Greece for us all?

But of course, all a Sea Slug living in a hollowed out skull can do is make echoes. When that doesn't happen, and someone forces Sea Slug to use its tiny brain, just rage is about all he can manage. Poor little Sea Slug!

#2
NellieotAmerica - 18 Jul 2010 // 19:09:23

Fester

You said to Uchak: "Frankly I don't know and I don't care. You are obviously much better connected in these circles. LOL"

Uchie Koochie is not gay, he put the moves on WW a couple of years ago. lol

#3
DrFaust - 18 Jul 2010 // 18:59:22

Nazi vermin,

which part of the following sentence don't you understand:

PISS OFF!

#4
CJB - 18 Jul 2010 // 17:54:30

"Nazi troll,

which part of the following sentence don't you understand:

PISS OFF!"

Are you talking to me, Sea Slug?

What happened to the Sea Slug school of economics? I thought you were going to "explain" BG's trade with Greece for us all?

But of course, all a Sea Slug living in a hollowed out skull can do is make echoes. When that doesn't happen, and someone forces Sea Slug to use its tiny brain, just rage is about all he can manage. Poor little Sea Slug!

#5
DrFaust - 18 Jul 2010 // 14:48:52

uchak,

"dr faust, i am sure you are all over the gay scandal in the German national football team..
which players do you think are gay?

I think Podolski, Mesut Ozil, and Keissling"

Frankly I don't know and I don't care. You are obviously much better connected in these circles. LOL

#6
DrFaust - 18 Jul 2010 // 14:46:43

Nazi troll,

which part of the following sentence don't you understand:

PISS OFF!

#7
NellieotAmerica - 17 Jul 2010 // 17:04:38

Bill

"But then I'm old enough to remember when the sequence was love, engagement, marriage, sex, children in that order. That has become not only archaic but also the subject of ridicule today."

Most people still do it in that order. The Hollywood elite and the Leftie Eurotrash ridicule it, but they are the minority of the world population. The rest of the 8 billion people in the world still mate and breed the old-fashioned way. lol

#8
Bill - 17 Jul 2010 // 17:00:45

Nellie:

Sure they can, and a few major athletes have been gay. Joe Namath and Greg Louganis come to mind offhand, but I'm sure there have been others.

However, at Podolski's age, I don't think that likely. Unless I'm very much out of toouch, which could be likely, it's not in the German nature for someone his age to go for female sex without fully enjoying it. Most of the time, it's not until the girlfriend's pregnant that they consider marriage, but they can live together for years, and in a few cases (like Johnny Depp, Brad Pitt) they can live together, have children and never consider marriage an option.

But then I'm old enough to remember when the sequence was love, engagement, marriage, sex, children in that order. That has become not only archaic but also the subject of ridicule today.

#9
NellieotAmerica - 17 Jul 2010 // 16:49:26

Bill

"My point was that Uchak accused Podolski of being gay, and I know he has a girlfriend and has fathered a child."

Gay men can have sex with women, but they fall in love with men. The former governor of NJ Jim McGreevy was married twice and has two children. After his homosexuality was outed by his gay lover, he resigned and is now living with another man.

#10
NellieotAmerica - 17 Jul 2010 // 16:40:50

Uchak

"which players do you think are gay?

I think Podolski, Mesut Ozil, and Keissling"

Mesut Ozil is Turkish, so he may as well be gay. At least then he wouldn't breed any Turkish vermin. As far as I am concerned, you can never have too many gay Muslims. The more gay Muslims you have, the less they will breed. Homosexuality is nature's way of removing bad genes out of the human gene pool.

#11
WickedWitch - 16 Jul 2010 // 18:38:28

"So what? Someone's sex life is nobody else's business."

Unless that nobody is Bill, of course.

#12
Hayawani - 16 Jul 2010 // 18:04:52

Bill,

Sit down and read slowly.

"So what? Someone's sex life is nobody else's business."

I did not bring up anybody's sex life. I only corrected your wrong assumption of somebody's sex life. It was so much "nobody else's business" that you felt you had to add your wealth of knowledge and experience on the subject. Hypocrite!!

#13
Bill - 16 Jul 2010 // 17:55:18

Hayawani:

"Only that the possibility still exists."

So what? Someone's sex life is nobody else's business.

#14
Hayawani - 16 Jul 2010 // 17:51:58

Bill,

You are a senile old cnut! I have accused no-one of being gay. I repeat, no-one! All I have stated is that it is not impossible to be gay, married and a father at the same time, You claimed that a player was a father and had a girlfriend so he can't be gay. That just isn't true. N.B. This is not me accusing him of being gay. Only that the possibility still exists.

#15
Bill - 16 Jul 2010 // 17:44:35

Hayawani:

This is Google's lead article on the subjted:

Wednesday, 14 July 2010

Michael Becker Says That The Reason Germany Lost To Spain Is Because of Its Gay Players
One of these soccer players is gay. (HINT: He wears #24).

BERLIN - Michael Becker, who is the manager of the German National Team Captain Michael Ballack, has stated that the reason that Germany lost to Spain is because of the gay players on the German team.

Becker said that the German gays spend too much time worrying about their hair, shirts, shorts, shoes, and lipstick, and not enough time about kicking the damn friggin ball through the net.

He went on to say that the Spaniards have no gay players on their team and that is why they won the FIFA World Cup Championship beating the Netherlands 1-0.

Becker angrily said that if Germany does not get rid of its gay players and get rid of them soon, the team will get to the point where a soccer team from the tiny African country of Lower Zambola will kick their arse's 4-0.

Michael Ballack was asked if he agreed with Becker's statement.

"Well...personally I think that Lower Zambola could end up beating us 5-0 meself."

He then said that he is not against gays, although he does think that most German transvestites look kind of silly as most are over 6 feet 2 inches tall and have bodies that look like California redwood trees.

Ballack said that personally he does not care if someone wants to be gay, or bisexual, transgender, transsexual, bigender, or semi transgay, just as long as they do not try and give him an erotic hug, a sensuous kiss, or try and play with his 7-inch wiener.

SIDENOTE: The German government plans on conducting an extensive investigation into the allegations that Germany lost to Spain because of the gay players. If the facts do show this to be the case then the German government will have no recourse but to arrest the gay players, give them a fair trail, and then incarcerate them in Berlin's Sashay Swish Swish Prison, which is the only gay prison in the entire country.

Make Abel Rodriguez's day - rate this story with the stars, they're just down there!

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

PLEASE NOTE THE LAST LINE.

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