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Thenonymous - 14 Dec 2016 // 10:25:01

A cistern (Middle English cisterne, from Latin cisterna, from cista, \"box\", from Greek κίστη kistê, \"basket\") is a waterproof receptacle for holding liquids, usually water. Cisterns are often built to catch and store rainwater. Cisterns are distinguished from wells by their waterproof linings. Modern cisterns range in capacity from a few litres to thousands of cubic metres, effectively forming covered reservoirs. Except in Bulgaria where the word means something else entirely.

Jerry - 12 Dec 2016 // 01:10:38

We should learn from this disaster that deteriorating infrastructure is an alert that we should not play with nuclear energy.

Jerry - 12 Dec 2016 // 01:07:22

The political earthquake of corruption has proven the resilient economy of Brazil with its commodity strength will not demise.

Jerry - 11 Dec 2016 // 23:02:58

The Northern Lights brings forth the warm Viking spirit into the theatre whereby Bulgaria will enjoy.

Jerry - 11 Dec 2016 // 22:57:23

It seems the accident was human era or aged equipment.

Ivailo Ivanov - 11 Dec 2016 // 14:51:59

From 6 832 000 eligible to vote only 2.5 000 000 supported the referendum and between them the less informed parts of the society.

Ivailo Ivanov - 11 Dec 2016 // 14:41:28

The majority of the Bulgarians boycotted the referendum. The old women in the villages that voted YES did not have a clue that they are voting for \"first-past-the-post system in two rounds\". This referendum is entirely product of media engineering designed to exert pressure on the Bulgarian political formations to distract them from doing their jobs... who designed it??? it is easy to guess. Who is the main sponsor of BTV??

Ivailo Ivanov - 11 Dec 2016 // 10:10:00

In addition the pressure from the liberal (Soros's supported) organizations led to educational reform that created 100 new universities...... all in time of a demographic crisis and depopulation... this dissipated resourses ruined the academic infrastructure and lowered the standards...

Ivailo Ivanov - 11 Dec 2016 // 10:06:17

Absolutely not!!! the teaching methods are OK.. the students are not OK... now in the universities are accepted students that are below the average level of intelligent and below the average level of motivation and labor skills. It is because Bulgaria lost the majority of the capable young people due to the massive brain drain and sucking of human resources by the more developed western economies \'(via the propaganda of the liberal global organizations)..,. these students are not capable of assimilating advanced knowledge but they are accepted in the universities in order to preserve the infrastructure of the universities which have to close otherwise.

Ivailo Ivanov - 11 Dec 2016 // 09:57:01

Some years ago an inventive business man was decommissioning military ammunition of all sorts and preparing from it blasting materials for the mining... he made deadly, completely unstable mixtures that at one moment exploded and killed many people.including his own son.. the investigation was directed in completely deliberate and controlled manner, so to cover the causes of the blast... and he received no is intersting that the media were not payed to follow the case... and the society forgot about that.... the same will be with mister Stankov.... but this time the ethnic Turkish politicians of the region will pursue and demand clarification to satisfy their electorate.

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