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#111
Kolegialen - 2 Feb 2009 // 23:51:17

Ooh, the "property mafia"?
..sexy!
as opposed to the hotel mafia, or the manufacturing mafia, not to mention the plumbing mafia or God forbid the chimney cleaning one!

It's like not just any ordinary fairy, but the "Tooth fairy", you see....

What are you smoking, small dikc?
Go back to China...

#112
Kolegialen - 2 Feb 2009 // 23:46:07

Why not?
I think they should steal as much EU funds as they can, before the EU grinds to a complete stop, having invested so heavily in US securities.
We are EU's smallest problem.
Get the money, while the getting is good!

#113
Kolegialen - 2 Feb 2009 // 23:42:36

Fukc the EU!
Look at the mess they've made of their finances!
UK is the biggest culprit and they will bring down the whole EU structure, but since we don't talk about it, hey - there is always Bulgaria to kick around....

#114
Kolegialen - 2 Feb 2009 // 23:32:17

Bush or Obama makes no difference - the US will serve its interests and they go against our.
Luckily America is broke, and will never recover, because at a time like that they've decided to built socialism, which is exactly what they need to be permanently fukced - thank God!

Go Russia!

#115
Kolegialen - 2 Feb 2009 // 23:27:22

Putin will take care of those scum bags!

Go Putin!

#116
Kolegialen - 30 Jan 2009 // 00:36:05

Guys I already posted that yesterday...

#117
Kolegialen - 30 Jan 2009 // 00:31:58

"Did the builders do their market research and their homework before they built so many expensive new houses that no one could afford?"

"The banks found very creative ways to finance them, because the pressure was on from Jimmy Carter and then Clinton ..."

You have to reverse this.
First the banks found the way to finance (we're all paying for it now), then the builders went crazy.... the fact that the builders were selling just fine until last year shows that they did their research just fine.
So in a way it was market at work - they satisfied demand, and because it was artificially created one, the prices started getting distorted... just more extreme case of financing' usual distorting of market...

#118
Kolegialen - 30 Jan 2009 // 00:22:22

Yes, but he was a Globalization proponent.
In fact, I saw him as a Neo-Con ideologist in the past.

OK maybe evolve isn't the word as much a devolved but he has changed.

Shove stuff up asses all you want Nellie - ne te mislime.

Rolly is the one who's quivering on the edge of the fence...

#119
Kolegialen - 29 Jan 2009 // 23:02:20

My bad.
I guess I am condition to expect that from you.
I think at one point you were accusing me of getting my information from some right wing talk shows, that I hadn't heard about.

Freidman has evolved actually.
I haven't read his new book, but did see an interview on Charlie Rose with him about it, and his views have certainly evolved.
That's just the point - if you ever get too excited about a contemporary thinker (oh God, nothing homosexual Rolly! That boy needs to get rammed in the ass and get over it;) then they end up evolving or changing, where does that leave you?

#120
Kolegialen - 29 Jan 2009 // 22:48:53

Two million bribes, 5 levas each, on the average - 10 million levas.
One Jew stole $50 Billion here - one Jew!
Can you imagine the rest of what's going on in that bastion of Western Civilization?

BG is a small potato in every category, including bribes and corruption, but we do have that collective narcissism, that drives us to just such a melodrama as that Dnevnik article, that happens to tickle your preexisting prejudices silly...

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