by Robert Coalson
Following days of sometimes violent protests against austerity measures and reports of corruption in Bulgaria, the government stepped down this week, triggering a political crisis in the European Union's poorest member state....
Friday evening. Best time. And I allow myself to dissolve the Radio Free Europe' notorious idiocy ("Like most former Soviet bloc countries, Bulgarians have far more trust and confidence in European institutions -particularly the EU- than they do in their own politicians"; Сhief cook:
Robert Coalson) by my own idiocy: Light of Your EU/US "trustworthy
democratic beacons" is too bright, sirs. Deadly bright. We are ALL on
the brink under such "beacons" light.................
For those who can spend 5 minutes: o/xdhqsg_mister-designer-yyyyyyyy-yyyyyyyyyy_shortfilms#.USS_zGcQV-w
.....and for the minority (100 minutes to spend):
......ooh, no one more drink tonight. The above links spit on me.
Correction №1: 5 min-
Sunday already? Hi, Pan, goat-footed, bearded and horned (well,
to hell the hornes): .....
.....God of flocks [Пан: кози крака създание с рога и тялото, покрити с козина. Това е забавно и пакостлив бог стада овце, гори и полета.]
and--- as a drink- and prankish merriment-fun---I will supplement my "glass" habit with a new "straight from the bottle" subitem right now. Move over, please ;-)
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