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#31
Kolega - 2 Feb 2008 // 00:20:36

What we have here is a half breed "German" who thinks that banging a Bulgarian babe, qualifies him as an expert of how Bulgarians interact with their neighbors...

Just listen to yourself man!
Who's on drugs?

#32
George Zheliazkov - 2 Feb 2008 // 01:27:42

Taro, (BTW Kolega is just joking..)

Lets go back to business.

“it´s like you sign a membership for a fitness studio. They provide you everything to become strong and healthy, but the workout is up to you. “

Since we are on the genetic theme, didn’t you know that we the Bulgarians are genetically fit and don’t need any gym. (Again I’m only joking)

You don’t have to go to a gym to be healthy and fit, you can go biking, hiking, swimming, jogging, walking, skating etc. And what gym are you talking about after all when the EU wants to take away our steroids (Nuclear plant);-)

“Wrong, I wouldn´t consider BG a street corner beggar, but as a teenage state”

What teenager man, it’s 1300 years old ;-)

“I know, but I have another suggestion for BG. Build a waste incinerating plant. So BG could solve it´s garbage crisis in Sofia and produce energy. Modern filtration techniques can reduce the pollution emissions. So, what do you think about that?”

I think it’s a good idea, but also what I think is that; the BG government also shares the same opinion. What I don’t know is if they have the money to do it.


Japanese and German are the innovation world leaders in many ways.

My Japanese language basically boils down to my karate practice back in BG. Then of course Masutatsu Oyama was still alive. (the style I practiced) http://www.masutatsuoyama.com/

German I studied around 6-7 years and also I had some family members in Germany, which surprisingly enough moved to Sao Paulo, Brazil.

#33
CJB - 2 Feb 2008 // 02:35:40

'“Wrong, I wouldn´t consider BG a street corner beggar, but as a teenage state”

What teenager man, it’s 1300 years old ;-)'

As a nation, perhaps 1300 years or older. As an independent state? If we discount the Bulgarian Empire as being about as relevant today as the Byzantine one, then as a nation-state in the modern sense, what can BG show? 66 years before WW2, and barely 18 years since Zhivkov was removed from office.

With such a short history as an independent nation it's hardly surprising that many things, especially politics do not work as they could or should.

#34
George Zheliazkov - 2 Feb 2008 // 02:48:54

CJB,

You need to read way more history!

#35
Kolega - 2 Feb 2008 // 03:23:08

LOL, JKS,
no you are not.

May be you hit it out of the park, but the rest are collecting the crumbs, which is not to say that they are still not surpassing their natural station in life.

Think:
What kind of woman would sing along with whiners like these and not only that, but I bet you also raising the tone of his shit feast on her own country?

Foreigner: - your people are idiots.
Wife: no, no, my people are the biggest idiots!
F: - your people are stupid
W: - the dumbest by far!
F: - your relatives are dumb drunks.
W: - especially my father!
and so on... you know that that type of conversation take place often - don't deny it wildthing, I can see through you...

Any woman with self respect AND options, would kick him back where he came from.....

#36
CJB - 2 Feb 2008 // 03:33:53

"CJB,

You need to read way more history!"

How so?

Seriously, what direct relevance does the medieval empire of the 13th century have to the modern nationalist revival period, or even to today's post-communist fledgling EU state?

Only geography and blood ties remain. That may make a nation, but I you said state. There is a big difference between these two important political concepts. I should say you need to read more history, so you can tell the difference...

#37
Taro - 2 Feb 2008 // 13:19:43

"Taro, (BTW Kolega is just joking..)"
Well, so we donВґt share the same sense of humour...

"Lets go back to business."
Good idea!

"You don’t have to go to a gym to be healthy and fit, you can go biking, hiking, swimming, jogging, walking, skating etc. And what gym are you talking about after all when the EU wants to take away our steroids (Nuclear plant);-)"

Well, I donВґt have the feeling that Bulgarians in general are not so much into sports.

"What teenager man, it’s 1300 years old ;-)"

Maybe itВґs a late developer. ;-) I say teenage state because IMO it behaves like a Teenager. A Teenager changes mood everyday, struggles with his identity, seeks independence but hasnВґt the conditions yet.
I know that Bulgaria is one of the oldest nationstates in Europe, but if you take 500 years of turkey occupation and 40 years of soviet regime. ItВґs already half the time.
But you can also take a look on Germany and Japan. Germany as a nationstate just exists for some 160 years. Japan was 150 years a nation of fishers and farmers, then they opened the country and send young people to study in the west. So in short time it could catch up. So there is hope for Bulgaria.

"I think it’s a good idea, but also what I think is that; the BG government also shares the same opinion. What I don’t know is if they have the money to do it."
Well, so ask Mama EU to pay for. If BG have to switch off their nuclear plant, it could pay for this plant. And I am sure that to build a waste incineration plant isnВґt expensive as a nuclear plant.

"My Japanese language basically boils down to my karate practice back in BG. Then of course Masutatsu Oyama was still alive. (the style I practiced) http://www.masutatsuoyama.com/"
Interesting, what Dan you made?

"German I studied around 6-7 years and also I had some family members in Germany, which surprisingly enough moved to Sao Paulo, Brazil."
So we have quite a lot in common...
;-)

Greets
Taro

#38
resipsaloquitur - 2 Feb 2008 // 16:08:57

Hey Taro,
in Latin is :

PACTA SERVANTA SUNT...Die Verträge mussen eingehalten werden!

Erstes Semester in der Juristische Schule.

#39
LarzBGR - 2 Feb 2008 // 16:14:08

Hey, resip

den Satz haben wir im 1. Semester eigentlich als pacta sunt servanta gelernt, aber es gibt bestimmt verschiedene Varianten...GruГџ!

#40
wildthing - 2 Feb 2008 // 16:38:48

Hey, Larz,
what's up with the Turkish girl-friend, couldn't find a "mesmerizing Bulgarian beauty" up to your standards?! Is your pompously proclaimed love for the father-land as "genuine" as your "love" for its women? I don't remember exactly the proverb - "don't look what I'm doing, listen to what I'm preaching".
So, you, the "proud Bulgarian, live and study abroad and have a foreign girl-friend; all you can show is mere good intentions for the farthest future.
At least you have handy the tall (socialist block of flats) building in case you could not cope with the reality if you are back someday.

#41
LarzBGR - 2 Feb 2008 // 16:51:11

Wildthing, you are preposterous. I might merry an Argentinian, and due to the circumstances live in Alaska, US, how is that supposed to change the fact that I feel love for my country and I would always go back there, no matter what?! If you've read history then you should know that many of Bulgaria's revolutionaries used to live outside Bulgaria during the Ottoman yoke and still promoted their ideas and returned, showing the world what the Bulgarian people were actually going through.
Furthermore, dear Wildthing, I am not preaching anything, pointless patriotism the least. I am simply getting annoyed when idiots like Furian spread bullshit online. Bulgaria needs hard work, nobody denies the facts, but Bulgaria also needs people who work in a spirit of optimism and keeping up the Bulgarian spirit.
What's wrong about this idea?

#42
LarzBGR - 2 Feb 2008 // 16:56:55

"all you can show is mere good intentions for the farthest future."

Good intentions, Wildthing, are more important than you can possibly imagine. It's always the first step;)

#43
resipsaloquitur - 2 Feb 2008 // 17:09:04

Taro is talking nonsense!

"I have the genes of two of the richest countries in the world!"

The German Government may be is rich...regrettably many Germans nowdays begg on the streets of the big cities or sleep rough.
Yesterday i helped a homeless German man with preparation of all papers,necessary to get a flat,paid by the Sozial Amt.

He is sleeping at the moment in the Railway station as long as the Authorities decide his case.
TARO is picturing GERMANY as the paridise on this Planet.
The reality is many Germans live just from pay check to pay check and can not afford to travel anymore.
But as typical Germans,they will never admit they are poor...
vice versa they are saying they take holidays in Germany in order to protect ther environment.

Hypoctitits!

#44
CreepyS - 2 Feb 2008 // 17:10:12

Haha, Larz,

There is no need to talk about "the circumstances" that would send you in Alaska and to involve the BG revolutionaires from the 19th century in a talk meant to defend petty opportunism.

#45
Taro - 2 Feb 2008 // 17:20:04

"Hey Taro,
in Latin is :

PACTA SERVANTA SUNT...Die Verträge mussen eingehalten werden!

Erstes Semester in der Juristische Schule."

Dann hast du nicht gut aufgepasst. Es muss heiГџen servanDa.
Ob man nun pacta servanda sunt oder pacta sunt servanda schreibt, ändert nichts an der Bedeutung und ist nur eine stilistische Frage. Servanda ist Gerundivum (es muss eingehalten werden), servanta ist Partizip Perfekt Passiv (PPP). Ein Partizip ist ein Verb, das wie ein Adjektiv (Frage: Wie oder was) dekliniert werden kann. Also auf das obige Beispiel angewendet: Die Verträge sind eingehalten worden. Ich finde das ist schon ein Unterschied.

Ich hatte 8 Jahre Latein an der Schule.

Danke für das Gespräch.

;-)

GruГџ
Taro

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