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#1
DrFaust - 15 Nov 2013 // 09:35:38

5000 x 5 leva...plus a sandwich for each of them - or has the market price for paid demonstrators gone up recently? Ah ok, the buses also cost something. Unless the companies are getting "convinced" by the party thugs to give a "special discount", as is usual practice when BSP or ATAKA are involved.

#2
DrFaust - 15 Nov 2013 // 09:28:51

"He contrasts the situation in Bulgaria with that in the UK, where working in a call centre is often a seen as little but a "stopgap" for graduates."

Where is the contrast here? Also in Bulgaria working in a call center is seen as little but a "stopgap" for graduates and even higher qualified people. Call centers are almost at the lowest end of outsourcing with adding next to nothing to the creation of value and sustainable jobs in the country. Postgraduates and people with a PhD are forced to sell their services for a few leva in a call center instead of working something meaningful, something for which they studied and qualified themselves for many years - and this is supposed to make Bulgarians proud? That they are now considered as being below the level of India?

Ah ok, I forgot - this was an advertisement of a paying client...my bad, sometimes I forget that Novinite just pretends to be a news agency.

#3
DrFaust - 14 Nov 2013 // 17:03:22

Until recently DW could be considered as one of the few remaining independent media in Bulgaria that was not serving the interest of the TIM group and its financial arm KTB - but this shameful interview together with the dismissal of two courageous journalists makes it clear why Bulgaria is the EU country with the least free media.

For the German readers, this is in an interesting document:

https://www.balkanleaks.eu/media/letter-ccbank-dw.pdf

#4
DrFaust - 14 Nov 2013 // 16:57:31

Novinite,

too much attention for a pathetic nutcase who is unknown to even most UK citizens. So why do you give a forum to idiots like him (or some equally retarded counterparts of him in BG) so frequently?

#5
DrFaust - 12 Sep 2011 // 19:34:46

Finally another proof that scientific research in Bulgaria is on the highest level! LOL

I wonder who financed this study which found out what everybody knows anyway who was ever drinking with Bulgarians...

By the way, "there are many people in Bulgaria"? Really?

#6
DrFaust - 12 Sep 2011 // 19:27:40

sa-sha,

yaaaaawn.

I see you still haven't got the right medication. Piss off and get help.

#7
DrFaust - 10 Sep 2011 // 21:18:55

Sofianits,

technically speaking you are right. But look who is the owner of Air Bulgaria...it is not going to happen!

#8
DrFaust - 10 Sep 2011 // 20:06:28

sarkan,

nothing wrong with being called a Turk. But I am still amazed that a guy like Dino is existing. Well, when you can call being online 24/7 in a Bulgarian(!) forum insulting Turks with invented trivia "existing". I am sure he has neither a job, nor a family.

But at least he has an entertaining mental defect. LOL

#9
DrFaust - 10 Sep 2011 // 19:59:53

sa-sha,

I knew already that you have problems to understand simple sentences. There are different opinions on this issue, even among "high officials".

I also understand that for a hardcore Stalinist like you it is difficult to understand that this is possible. In the good old days of Stalin it was still possible to think and speak like you do. You must be beyond 80, a living fossil.

#10
DrFaust - 10 Sep 2011 // 17:31:38

A disaster not only for the affected tourists; and the worst possible advertisement for Bulgaria as a tourist destination.

I wonder how many thousand tourists will avoid Bulgaria in the future as a result of news like this one.

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