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#41
iamsoobored - 23 Apr 2009 // 16:23:47

The European Union (EU) currently consists of 27 member states, in addition to participation from non-EU countries of Norway, Switzerland, Iceland and Liechtenstein.

Anyone who has citizenship from one of the EU member states, or the four non-EU countries listed above, has the right to free movement and can live and work in the EU. Only citizens from Romania and Bulgaria are restricted in 13 of 27 member states.

#42
iamsoobored - 23 Apr 2009 // 16:18:40

Bill

I was responding to your claim that a EU passport is available. While the EU passports may look the same, they are not issued by the EU but by the individual member countries.

As for the Turkish invasion--Germany already has 10 million ethnic Turks, how many more can it absorb? Besides, there are limits on new member states. Bulgarians are not free to work and live in any old EU countries until 7 years after joining, or 2014.

#43
iamsoobored - 23 Apr 2009 // 16:00:27

In the film, Dorothy acquires the slippers after her house falls on and kills the Wicked Witch of the East, freeing the Munchkins from the Witch's tyranny. In return for her unintentional good deed, Dorothy receives the slippers to protect her from the Witch's vengeful sister, the Wicked Witch of the West. Dorothy knows the slippers are magical, but she is unaware of their specific powers. Only at the end of the film does Glinda, the Good Witch of the North, reveal the slippers' secret: Whenever Dorothy wishes, she can return home to Kansas by simply clicking her heels three times and repeating, "There's no place like home".

In L. Frank Baum's original novel The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, Dorothy wore silver shoes. The movie's creators changed them from silver to ruby to take advantage of the chromatic possibilities of the new Technicolor film process.

#44
iamsoobored - 23 Apr 2009 // 15:53:06

Bill

Maybe you are confusing the design of the EU passport with the actual article. European passports share common design features such as the burgundy colored cover, the use of the words "European Union" in 23 of the EU official languages on the first page, as well as common security features and biometrics. Some EU countries also issue non-European passports to people whose citizenship of that country does not make them citizens of the European Union (e.g., British Overseas Territories citizens, British Nationasl (Overseas)).

#45
iamsoobored - 23 Apr 2009 // 13:37:37

Myth I: It is a common misperception to believe that there is an "EU Passport" which cover all EU member countries. An "EU Passport" is only a term used to describe a passport from any EU country and does not exists in reality. Any citizen from any EU member country have same rights to travel visa free within EU / Schengen and to work in any EU country of their choice.

Myth II: Being and "EU citizen" and "EU resident" is the same. This is not the case. An EU citizen is an individual who has a passport from one of the EU countries. An EU resident can be an individual who has obtained the right to work and live in one of the EU countries, but who still holds the citizenship of his or her home country.

In order for an individual to take advantage of all the benefits of EU, he or she would want to become a citizen of any EU country by obtaining a second passport. The process of obtaining citizenship with an EU country is a formal process. Individuals most frequently obtain a second citizenship, also called "Dual Nationality", based upon family relationships, marriage, or investment. However, obtaining legal residency through work or studying can also make the citizenship process easier at a later stage. The advantage is that you are residing in the country you want to live in.

#46
iamsoobored - 27 Dec 2008 // 00:11:32

AmMan

"The communist kept his type away from the cities and anything educated or decent. Now they have flooded Sofia and brought with them their stupidity and ignorance."

Man, are you confused or what! The communist trash from the villages populated Sofia during communist times, not after. During communist times if you were a party member you were privileged, especially if you were village trash. The present day village trash does not begin to come close to the communist village trash.

#47
iamsoobored - 9 Nov 2008 // 18:21:21

Bill,

What was the plague doing in the world's biggest brothel? Use your imagination, do I have to spell it out for you? I wonder how many STDs bubo picked up in there? No wonder he is deranged, these things go to your brain eventually.

#48
iamsoobored - 9 Nov 2008 // 18:16:10

Bubo the plague

You are a typical Irish terrorist. Blame everything on someone else. How is America responsible for the filth that Philipinos create? How is America to blame that Philipinos are dirty and lazy people? Just like the Irish?

#49
iamsoobored - 9 Nov 2008 // 18:05:10

bubo,

Are you an Oriental? I thought you are some kind of Taliban.

#50
iamsoobored - 9 Nov 2008 // 18:01:24

Philipinas suck American shlong? Cool!

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