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Old July 31st, 2018 #1
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Angry "Pussy Riot" = bitches


Is it just me or is this group Russia's worst nightmare ?

Left-wing feminuts , 'antifa' and whatnot . .


No wonder they are after Putin who can be regarded as a traditionalist . .


I'm sure they wouldn't have been after that old drunk-ass who formerly ruled Russia . .


You know , the guy who probably made this company rich . .




They probably would even have joined him on a few Vodkas . .

lol

For the life of me , this is the worst lowlife band I have ever seen . .

And then I thought one couldn't get any lower than 'Rage Against The Machine' . .








Maybe Trump will get their asses too if they also try to pussy-riot ( pun intended ! ! )

lol

They surely are a great obstacle for a sane ruler of Russia . .

Probably in a way not even the late Rasputin could ever contrive . .


 
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"Everything was in confusion in the Oblonskys' house." - Leo Tolstoy - "Anna Karenina" - the first page.

Everything was in confusion in the ColdFire's mind

Everything was in confusion... Pussy Riot and Yeltsin, Vodka and Rasputin, Catwoman and Trump, Rage Against The Machine and Putin



Ist es nicht Zeit, das Flensburger Bier mit Orangensaft zu tauschen?
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"Everything was in confusion in the Oblonskys' house." - Leo Tolstoy - "Anna Karenina" - the first page.
I have read that book . .

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Everything was in confusion in the ColdFire's mind
How so ?

. . .

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Everything was in confusion... Pussy Riot and Yeltsin, Vodka and Rasputin, Catwoman and Trump, Rage Against The Machine and Putin
Did my post not make sense to you ?



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Ist es nicht Zeit, das Flensburger Bier mit Orangensaft zu tauschen?
You ask "to change from Flensburger beer to orange juice" ?

It's 8:00 AM where I live and I'm just having a "bloody orange juice"





. .not to be confused with 'Bloody Mary' . .




( one of its ingredients is Vodka , so I'm sure you know it . .)

So , you're almost right . .
 
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I have read that book . .
I also did it




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How so ?

Did my post not make sense to you ?

Excuse me, but some of your posts do not look like a result of systematic thinking,


but as a result of the free flow of individual associations





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You ask "to change from Flensburger beer to orange juice" ?
Yes, exactly.
But this is not my request or even my proposal, it's just a joke




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It's 8:00 AM where I live and I'm just having a "bloody orange juice"


. .not to be confused with 'Bloody Mary' . .



( one of its ingredients is Vodka , so I'm sure you know it . .)

So , you're almost right . .
Your circumstances are not so bad if you have orange juice in the morning
At least, it's better than Red Red Wine in the morning.



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Old August 1st, 2018 #5
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I also did it


Ever bothered to read "War And Peace" by Tolstoy ?


It's the longest book in the world . . .

. . . and has over 500 characters . . .


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Excuse me, but some of your posts do not look like a result of systematic thinking,


but as a result of the free flow of individual associations
If that's your impression. .

Yet what do you see wrong in adding 'Catwoman''s quote for "Pussy Riot", making a comparison between Putin and Yeltsin, giving "Rage Against The Machine" the second place in jerk bands and comparing the annoyance of "Pussy Riot" to the plague of Rasputin ?

Yes , it's individual association . .

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Yes, exactly.
But this is not my request or even my proposal, it's just a joke
No beef . . . I understand humour




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Your circumstances are not so bad if you have orange juice in the morning
At least, it's better than Red Red Wine in the morning.



UB40 - Red Red Wine
Or Jägermeister

 
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Ever bothered to read "War And Peace" by Tolstoy ?

It's the longest book in the world . . .

. . . and has over 500 characters . . .
Yes. The first time it was difficult to read this book
It was a homework in the last grades of the school.

But now War and Peace no longer scares me



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If that's your impression. .

Yet what do you see wrong in adding 'Catwoman''s quote for "Pussy Riot", making a comparison between Putin and Yeltsin, giving "Rage Against The Machine" the second place in jerk bands and comparing the annoyance of "Pussy Riot" to the plague of Rasputin ?

Yes , it's individual association . .
Individual associations can not be right or wrong.

But their main property is that they are rarely grouped according to the principle of deep similarity between objects.

If you think otherwise, then explain to me what is the similarity between Pussy Riot and Rasputin?



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Or Jägermeister

Die Toten Hosen // „Zehn kleine Jägermeister“
Yes, and Jägermeister too.

It was an interesting video and good music
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Old August 3rd, 2018 #7
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Yes. The first time it was difficult to read this book
It was a homework in the last grades of the school.
I can understand that 'War and Peace' is on the curriculum in Mother Russia . .

After all , it's written by a Russian and is one of the most notable works of literature at that . .
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But now War and Peace no longer scares me
It used to 'scare' me too , lol . . . how long did it take for you to read it?




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Individual associations can not be right or wrong.
I subscribe . . .

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But their main property is that they are rarely grouped according to the principle of deep similarity between objects.


Sorry but that phrase came along as if a shrink had coined it. .

Deeply sorry for posting a pic of kike analyst Freud here though

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If you think otherwise, then explain to me what is the similarity between Pussy Riot and Rasputin?
Pussy Riot were ballast for the ruler as was Rasputin . .

P. R. tried to provoke Putin who stands for pretty much everything P. R. are opposed to ( anti-feminism , tradition etc . .) . .

Rasputin was the personal advisor to Czar Nicholas II. . .

They had employed him because of his supposed supernatural powers . .

He is even said to have predicted the Russian Revolution , the fall of the Czar and Bolshevism . .

That made the Czar so angry that he tried to kill him . .

But it wouldn't work. .

First they tried to poison him , but he would not die. .

Second , they shot him but he would survive. .

At last he was tossed into the Neva river where he drowned . . .

Maybe he really was a necromancer . .How else should one explain his resistance against practically all methods of killing ?




. .

So , you see , both P. R. and Rasputin are , in a way , a threat to the ruler . .




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Yes, and Jägermeister too.

It was an interesting video and good music
Good to hear that vid is available in Mother Russia ( never can tell that from here . .)

The English trnaslation . .
https://lyricstranslate.com/en/zehn-...ermeister.html

. . and for you specifically ( just as a gift ) the Russian translation . .
https://www.amalgama-lab.com/songs/d...ermeister.html
Не за что
 
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I can understand that 'War and Peace' is on the curriculum in Mother Russia . .

After all , it's written by a Russian and is one of the most notable works of literature at that . .
In literature lessons, foreign authors were also present in abundance.




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It used to 'scare' me too , lol . . . how long did it take for you to read it?
I do not remember this.

I just opened and read 10 bilateral sheets without hurrying:

Leo Tolstoy - Anna Karenina - 34:24
Fyodor Dostoevsky - The Idiot - 44:33
Ivan Turgenev - Home of the Gentry - 37:44
Ivan Goncharov - Oblomov - 29:43




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Pussy Riot were ballast for the ruler as was Rasputin . .
This is a very superficial similarity.

And if we look at more significant things, we will immediately see the differences.

Rasputin was not against the tsar and did not try to harm him.

And from the books of Rasputin we see that he is deeply religious person. And how Pussi Riot used the church, we all know.



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Good to hear that vid is available in Mother Russia ( never can tell that from here . .)

. . and for you specifically ( just as a gift ) the Russian translation . .

Не за что
Thank you.

This text is interesting
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In literature lessons, foreign authors were also present in abundance.
Yes , I can imagine . .

Russians are known for being very keen on literature , and they have some of the greatest authors at that !

Not meaning to put down anyone but I think you Russains have more notable authors than Germany , Britain and the USA combined . .






Germany has , besides some medieval poets whose works are preserved , among others , Goethe . .


England :Shakespeare , Dickens etc . .



By the way , my favourite work by Dickens . .





America : Especially Twain . .


Russia . . too many to name . .

I think with Russian notable works of litertature you could fill the Library Of Alexandria hadn't it been burned down . .

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Library_of_Alexandria

( it is said to have been the collecting point of practically all the knowledge known to man until then , yet the Romans burned it down . . It can only be estimated how much knowledge was lost forever because of the burning of this library . . )





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I do not remember this.

I just opened and read 10 bilateral sheets without hurrying:

Leo Tolstoy - Anna Karenina - 34:24
Fyodor Dostoevsky - The Idiot - 44:33
Ivan Turgenev - Home of the Gentry - 37:44
Ivan Goncharov - Oblomov - 29:43
All good stuff . . .

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This is a very superficial similarity.

And if we look at more significant things, we will immediately see the differences.

Rasputin was not against the tsar and did not try to harm him.

And from the books of Rasputin we see that he is deeply religious person. And how Pussi Riot used the church, we all know.
It is said that Rasputin , in a way , almost behaved like he was the Czar himself ( which often is the case with with advisors to monarchs ( see Louis XIII. of France and Richelieu . . . ) )


Probably he became too powerful for the Czar . .

When in the end he even 'predicted' him his end that must have been too much for the Czar . . . .


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Thank you.

This text is interesting
It is even more interesting when you drink to the song . . .

 
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Yes , I can imagine . .

Russians are known for being very keen on literature , and they have some of the greatest authors at that !
The best author for me is Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra with his novel El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha.




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Not meaning to put down anyone but I think you Russains have more notable authors than Germany , Britain and the USA combined . .
You flatter us




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Germany has , besides some medieval poets whose works are preserved , among others , Goethe . .
Don't you take into account Friedrich Schiller?

I have a Russian translation of Goethe on my shelf (1997 edition). 300 pages of poems and Faust.




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England :Shakespeare , Dickens etc . .
They also stand on my shelves


William Shakespeare in Russian

1 volume:
The Taming of the Shrew, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Much Ado About Nothing, Richard III, Julius Caesar, Henry IV.
2 volume:
Romeo and Juliet, Hamlet, Othello, King Lear, Macbeth and sonnets. (1996 edition)


Sonnets in another Russian translation (1996 edition)



Original sonnets in English. (2016 edition)





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By the way , my favourite work by Dickens . .

Hard Times of Charles Dickens in English. (? edition)





Hey! I do not see Joanne Rowling on this list!





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America : Especially Twain . .

Finally you caught me!
I do not have any book of Mark Twain.


However, in my defense, I can say that I have a book by Edgar Allan Poe


And Howard Phillips Lovecraft








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Russia . . too many to name . .

I think with Russian notable works of litertature you could fill the Library Of Alexandria hadn't it been burned down . .

( it is said to have been the collecting point of practically all the knowledge known to man until then , yet the Romans burned it down . . It can only be estimated how much knowledge was lost forever because of the burning of this library . . )
I do not know how about the Alexandria library, but they can fill any home library




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It is said that Rasputin , in a way , almost behaved like he was the Czar himself ( which often is the case with with advisors to monarchs ( see Louis XIII. of France and Richelieu . . . ) )

Probably he became too powerful for the Czar . .

When in the end he even 'predicted' him his end that must have been too much for the Czar . . . .

Between Richelieu and Rasputin, too, there is a big difference.

Richelieu had a high post in the church hierarchy, and also he had a high post in the administrative hierarchy. Rasputin did not occupy any post in the church hierarchy or in the administrative hierarchy.

Richelieu was good at the art of intrigue. The fact that Rasputin was engaged in intriguing is still in need of proof.
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The best author for me is Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra with his novel El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha.
Wasn't that the guy who fought against windmills ?







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Don't you take into account Friedrich Schiller?
It was just a quick breakdown . . .

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I have a Russian translation of Goethe on my shelf (1997 edition). 300 pages of poems and Faust.
The story 'Faust' is based on a humanist who really lived during the turn of the 15th to the 16th century . .


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Hey! I do not see Joanne Rowling on this list!


Sorry , but really not into 'Harry Potter' . .


All I can say is that I tried to watch the first movie that came out and I fell asleep before half of the film was over . . . .




My interest in it goes that far . . .

No offense to those who like it though . . .


But . . I totally forget Tolkien . . .



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Finally you caught me!
I do not have any book of Mark Twain.
But I'm sure you're familiar with Tom Sawyer / Huckleberry Finn ?
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However, in my defense, I can say that I have a book by Edgar Allan Poe
Poe was one of the greatest authors of all time ! ! !


. . . quoth Old Coldy nevermore . . .
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Oh , and by the way . .



 
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Wasn't that the guy who fought against windmills ?
Yes it was he





0:00 - Travels
1:28 - Sancho, the Governor
3:27 - Travels
4:47 - Aldonse
6:44 - Travels
9:45 - Pavan
12:17 - Cavalcade
15:26 - Don Quixote’s Death














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The story 'Faust' is based on a humanist who really lived during the turn of the 15th to the 16th century . .

What was the real Faust?



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Sorry , but really not into 'Harry Potter' . .


All I can say is that I tried to watch the first movie that came out and I fell asleep before half of the film was over . . . .
I read all 7 books and watched all 8 movies about Harry Potter
I think the most successful movie is Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.



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My interest in it goes that far . . .

No offense to those who like it though . . .

But . . I totally forget Tolkien . . .

I saw these movies and read Tolkien's book.

This book was taken away by my sister.




And the Hobbit in English is on my shelf.






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Yes, I do.




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Poe was one of the greatest authors of all time ! ! !

. . . quoth Old Coldy nevermore . . .


Of the American authors I like most about O. Henry.




Once I read The 42nd Parallel of John Dos Passos. This is not the interesting book.
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. . . some of the latest news about P. R. . .

https://www.france24.com/en/20190213...ne-drunk-spain




 
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They are known for shoplifting by shoving whole chickens into their stretched out jewess cunts.

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They are known for shoplifting by shoving whole chickens into their stretched out jewess cunts.

Liveleak.com - Anti-Putin Activists known as Pussy Riot, shove Chickens where it doesnt belong



. . now I feel like after an overdose of acid . .



 
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