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#21
Ivanko - 19 Jun 2013 // 12:07:02

Another hysteric bitch who hasn't good anything useful to do...

#22
Ivanko - 13 Jun 2013 // 20:58:55

She is not the only one from the Gerb cabinet that takes position in this government.

I did ask myself the question why but maybe it would be better to raise the question 'why do people think their vote has any value'.

But again, I'm probably confused.
(Does anyone how many prominent figures from GERB government are in this government?)

#23
Ivanko - 13 Jun 2013 // 20:00:49

My dearest Pepperoni,

'Three years ago she also became adviser on livestock of the Agriculture Minister in the GERB Cabinet, Miroslav Naydenov.'

Because

'Hristova is married to weightlifter Stefan Botev who was municipal councilor from the party of former Sofia Mayor, Stefan Sofiyanski - Union of Free Democrats (SSD.) Botev had very good relationship with GERB's leader and former Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov, at the time when Borisov was Mayor of Sofia.'


Apparently she must be good in something that she works herself up from a singer to a Gerb specialist.

#24
Ivanko - 10 Jun 2013 // 23:04:17

Well, 4 years of Boyko and his boyfriend Simeon didn't do much good too did they.

And all the time blaming the commies and Turkish ... Well, if that is the only thing Gerb can do ... Then the commies and turkish better are in power because otherwise it is littlebit silly to blame them.

So everybody is doing again what they are good at, Boyko and his friends crying, the others stealing ... euhm ... governing.

#25
Ivanko - 10 Jun 2013 // 19:29:20

Let's hope they don't do that 4 years like Gerb did...

#26
Ivanko - 8 Jun 2013 // 12:30:53

Impressive, they found 200 frustrated dickheads to protest.
After a short walk immediately back home, certainly not stop at a bar or restaurant because that costs money. And there could be smokers at the door...

#27
Ivanko - 6 Jun 2013 // 13:37:33

Well, I remember something about Michigan drivers license and Canadian id cards.

Nuff said.

#28
Ivanko - 5 Jun 2013 // 12:08:11

Hahaha, so Bulgarian workers have a much lower productivity against 8 euro a day and that is why they cannot compete with other markets despite costs on all you can think of or several times lower...

I GOT IT NOW! Thank that there are such smart people in the world like you, so I can become smarter too!
And also your explanation about the Chinese solar panels taxes explanation was extremely clearly!
I am thankfull I can live in a world with so much smart people...

#29
Ivanko - 5 Jun 2013 // 02:23:15

" But a single and open market is not there for protection of local producers or enabling a government to take a cut from transactions between buyers and sellers."

Is that the reason why the EU is imposing an import tax of almost 50% on Chinese solar panels?

And if the market would be fair and open then why is the Bulgarian fruit sector dead while the prices of parcels, labor and much more are several times lower then most of other EU countries?
And why is half Europe eating imported vegetables and fruit from Israel? (the situation there is close to dessert although they have very sophisticated ways of working but those aren't bought and designed for peanuts)

Please enlighten me, I'm lost.

#30
Ivanko - 31 May 2013 // 13:11:26

For a lot of bar owners not smoking and business do not go together.
For a lot of people living around bars a good sleep and non-smoking bars do not go together.

Who is rude, a-social and agianst bar owners making money while they probably even never set a foot in a bar?

You do not want smokers in a bar? Fine, chose a non-smoking bar.

Oh wait, without a nazi ban there would not be non-smoking bars... Why?
Are non-smokers commercially not interesting? Are non-smokers forcing their will on smokers and bar owners?
What makes you think you have the right to do that?

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