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baby - de batranutragator la: 27/08/2009 11:57:03
(la: Scrisoare pentru Sara)
nu stiu daca am karma potrivita acum, dar mi-am adus aminte de un tecst mai vechi al meu, numit last fuck.

cred ca s-ar potrivi!
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the last fuck - de Baby Mititelu la: 06/12/2009 14:35:20
(la: "Poezia" cu care m-am trezit azi in cap)
:) Read it!
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Look at yourself! LMC.... - de Little Eagle la: 25/06/2004 21:24:54
(la: Despre Alegerile din S.U.A.: De ce trebuie sa votam pt. GWB.)
Don't be concerned,I can take care of myself without your...help!
I'm a big blown baby and I'm gonna suck you inside my own self.
To release myself?Are you talking about sex?You're quite nasty but exciting when you say..."I'm ready to take it all in"...I don't know exactly ..what did you try to say...but it's fine with me!I'll come to CA and believe me we can fuck all night long,I think you didn't have to much sex in the last months...maybe....YEARS?Oh babe you'll gonna take it ALL IN.And finally you'll like it!Wait 'till I go down between your legs and give you the best head you ever had!
At least 1 hour I'll lick you dry!

Iwent to the west a few times.I still have lots of friends there,some they'll move here in NJ because they ...hate CA and those ..shallow people like yourself,and mind you,they were born there and are americans,.not like you.
You're still a stranger here,you don't belong here darling.
Did you really have a one to one conversation with your self?Did you ask yourself if you belong here?
NO!You took everything for granted,like ...this land belongs to you...!Well,IT DOES NOT!!!

And you have the nerve to ask me that I am in the wrong way of thinking?
I will contact you only if you decide to have sex!!I mean if you want it!You'll never ever regret it!!!!I'll give you the moon and the stars,you'll have all the fireworks and beg for more
Would you like that?C'mon,I know you,after a week with me you'll become a
hindu!!You'll forget to be a republican anymore!You'll be what I want you to be.
When was the last time you had a great pussy lick?I mean,to the perfection????And then a good sex to last and last?
Or you know only...the missionarry position?When was the last time when a man threw you against the wall and ripped off your panties and grabbed you in his arms and fuck you like there is no tomorrow,or hitting your ass against the wall and meanwhile sucking your undies in his mouth????

I think you'll be a different woman if you'll get more laid and have a great fuck!!!!You'll start to love me and Spiderman,you'll love everybody!I think I found the secret!!!!YOU DON"T HAVE ENOUGH DICK!!!Hey,you know what?I'll pretend to my wife that I am going to San Diego at a comicon(comic book convention),Iwent in the past many times and I do have lots of good friends in CA.Nobody has to know.
I'll meet you,we'll go right on the beach at sunset and we'll have sex together
till sunrise,naked and have some fun in the ocean too.You tell me.
Why not?

This is the way to release myself and for sure I'm ready for you ANY TIME BABY!

Love&peace,
Ozzy Osbourne(Hell is open for you any time now...)







































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Stiti ca ieri ... - de daizagor la: 17/04/2005 08:41:14
(la: Ce ne da putere?)




nu am facut multe

Azi nici atit...

Mi-am dat seama ca toate-s cu curu'n sus ....

1 Euro a ajuns 1.2911 Dollari,
guvernul Taiwanez intentioneaza sa mentina interdictia importului de carne de vita din America,
in Shenzhen 10,000 de Chinezi au protestat in fata magazinului Japonez Jusco, ...
Casiera Leisha de la Walmart Arcadia a fost promovata sefa de raion ...

scriitorii scriu ca sa scrie ...



M-am invirtit in jurul facatorului de cafea pina cind mi-am adus aminte ca aseara intentionat am uitat sa-mi cumpar tigari.

Asta chiar ca m-a scos din sarite ...

Fuck ... nu am cafea, nu am tigari, a murit si PAPA, ...

Pe la 8Am m-am dus si am tras din Henry IV ... am mai tras una si inca una si s-a facut 10Am.

Am Google-it 10 minute "31 years old single bored depressed". Pina la pagina 18334 nimic... impresionant!!!
OOps, "Cow on sale - $1 each while supply last" nu am putut rezista tentatiei ... am platit dolarul ... sper ca nu o livreaza.



Va puteti imagina distractia sa te imbeti odata ... da' de doua ori???

... in aceeasi zi ...


But fuck it, ... traim intr-o noua era ...

Si asta-i aiurea!!!

... inca nu m-am obisnuit cu ideea ca anii 90 au trecut.

Ma scoate din sarite faptul ca sintem in 2005 si inca nu s-au livrat propulsoarele tip rucsac.

Adevarul este ca avem INTERNETUL...

In noaptea de anul nou 2000 m-am cacat in mijlocul camerei (Y2K) si am asteptat cu rabdare ca un robot sa-l curete ...

... nu .. nu, nu nu ... minunea nu s-a intimplat Y2K - what the f~~~ -



Ok guys ... call me Dick
Who the fuck is Tonnis. - de gabriel.serbescu la: 01/03/2006 11:57:26
(la: viata in matrice)
Who the fuck is Tonnis.
cred - de Cri Cri la: 07/05/2006 01:05:00
(la: FENOMENE INEXPLICABILE?)
Am avut si eu o faza... bine, e hilara... adica nici urma de chestii "inalte", si cred c-am sa-mi atrag ironii... In fine.. sa fie!
Aveam o zi libera, prima de dupa cateva saptamani de lucru "in draci", si examene, si scris, si evenimente... toate odata, de ma naucisera. M-am trezit dimineatza, la 5, brusc. (dealtfel nu ma trezesc la ora aia nici sa ma pici cu ceara; mai degraba ma culc atunci ;)).
Boon. Ma uit la ceas, trag cu urechea.. liniste si pace.
Ma culc la loc.. nu trec doua minute si ma scutura cineva de umar: "Mey, vezi ca-n trei minute vine va'r-tu!" Fac ochii mari, ma uit in jur: nimeni (dealtfel nici nu era de asteptat; locuiesc singura), ma uit la ceas... 5:02. "What the fuck!? Ce vise tampite mai am! Si cum sa vina va'ru acum, cand stie tot familionul ca nu ma trezesc inainte de 10?"
Evident, ma reculc... si iar ma scutura cineva de umar, ceva mai insistent, de data asta: "Mey, da' scoala-te odata si pune de cafea! Ca va'r-tu a luat deja tigari. Bine, sunt Viceroy lights, nu-s de care-ti plac tie... Oricum, vine incoace". La faza asta chiar m-am speriat de-a binelea. Ca era 5:04, ca nu era nimeni in camera, ca va'rul meu care nu fumeaza, de obicei imi tine discursuri despre sanatate, cand nu se limiteaza la a privi dezaprobator fiecare firicel de fum care intra si iese din mine.
Clar, imi zburase somnul cat colo! Ma duc in bucatarie, dau drumul la filtrul de cafea si... cineva bate la usa. Deschid.
-Mey, ce mai faci? Te-ai trezit? Ai o cafea? ...ca am condus toata noaptea. Dar de fapt nu prea mi-e somn si am chef sa stau de vorba cu cineva, ma ia varul meu "in primire", bine dispus.
Dupa care, incaleca un scaun si scoate nonsalant din buzunar un pachet de Viceroy lights.
Eu, evident, ma holbez aiurita la el si la tigari...
-Ce-au? Nu-s bune? Stii ca ma enerveaza cand fumezi, dar azi chiar mi-a parut rau ca n-am fost atent ce marca iti iei...
Cam asta a fost intamplarea. Cu ea a inceput si cu ea s-a incheiat "cariera" mea de persoana cu puteri paranormale.:)
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He who laughs last thinks slowest.
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Megadeth - My last words - de Bucu la: 05/01/2010 19:39:45
(la: radio cafeneaua)
de pe 'Peace Sells… But Who's Buying' - 1986


Megadeth - My Last Words
Istoria se bazeaza pe fapte si documente. - de Zamolxe la: 31/10/2003 20:34:47
(la: ZIDUL RUSINII)
Alien. Te alienezi de unul singur. Nu prea le ai cu intelegerea frazelor complexe, le scoti din context, le trunchiezi si te minunezi de ce emiti.
Eu am propus o discutie logica, bazata pe argumente, date istorice si pe fapte. Pot sa intep si eu, chiar mai abitir decit tine, dar nu acesta este scopul discutiei.
Singura cotizatie pe care o dau este pentru adevar si logica.

Toata justificarea pretentiilor teritoriale ale evreilor in Palestina au la baza ideea reintoarcerii “acasa”. Ori asa cum am spus si am demonstrat logic, singurii care se pot reintoarce sint cei care au plecat. Urmasii unui popor nu se reintorc la origini decit in sens literar.
Aceasta tara (casa), Palestina condusa de imperiul roman, a fost parasita de evrei. Fortati de imprejurari. Motivele plecarii sint neimportante pentru arabii care au venit in locul romanilor, dupa multe sute de ani!!! Nu arabii i-au gonit pe evrei din tara lor, ei pur si simplu s-au stabilit acolo unde era locul gol. Mai mult, evreii din diversele zone ale lumii, au fost aliati ai arabilor si au luptat alaturi de ei.

Citeva legaturi pe internet despre subiect, pe care il stiu mai bine decit multi din carti adevarate, tiparite.

http://jesusneverexisted.com/militant.htm: Jerusalem was besieged by the Romans in the spring of 70 C.E. and ruthlessly retaken during the summer, by which time the defenders had been reduced to civil war, starvation and (according to Josephus) even cannibalism. The religious fanatics made their last stand at the fortress they had taken first – Massada. When faced by inevitable defeat (73 C.E.) they met it with a defiant act of mass suicide. The terrible price the Jews paid for their revolt was the total destruction of their temple and the city in which it stood.

Rezistenta evreilor a durat 3 ani pentru ca dupa sinuciderea lui Nero, a fost nevoie de ceva timp ca imperiul roman sa se stabilizeze.


Iar dacii, chiar daca au pierdut razboiul cu imperiul, nu au plecat din tara lor, care de altfel nici nu a fost ocupata integral, vezi zona dacilor liberi. Dacii s-au amestecat in cele din urma cu romanii si au nascut poporul român.

Evreii s-au stabilit in alte parti. http://www.geocities.com/jewishwarriors/: Finally, in the 9th century, the leaders and the majority of the Khazar nobility came to be Jews. One likely possibility for how this happened is a conversion of the nobility. This is the official version of the situation, as told by the Khazar ruler Joseph in his famous letter to Hasdai ibn Shaprut of Spain.

Asa cum am mai spus, pina in 1948 nu a fost un conflict deschis intre evrei si arabi. Ciocniri, atacuri, probleme locale, da. Ca peste tot intr-o lume a violentei, a dreptului fortei.

Si probabil ca nu ar fi fost nici un conflict major daca evreii ar fi respectat rezolutia nr. 181 a ONU din 29 noiembrie 1947. Iar ONU in 1947 nu era arabesc sau antisemit (vezi lista votantilor). Drept de veto aveau ca si acum foarte putini. Solutia a fost negociata si era suficient de fairplay, desi pleca de la ipoteza “reintoarcerii acasa” a evreilor.
Rezolutia a fost acceptata de evrei si respinsa de arabi. Cei care au acceptat-o au si incalcat-o si acestia au fost evreii. Rezolutia in sine era favorabila evreilor care primeau casa, o tara. La o bere politica.

http://www.mfa.gov.il/mfa/go.asp?MFAH00ps0

United Nations General Assembly Resolution 181 called for the partition of the British-ruled Palestine Mandate into a Jewish state and an Arab state. It was approved on November 29, 1947 with 33 votes in favor, 13 against, 10 abstentions and one absent (see list at end of document).
The resolution was accepted by the Jews in Palestine, yet rejected by the Arabs in Palestine and the Arab state.
… … …
Adopted at the 128th plenary meeting:
In favour: 33
Australia, Belgium, Bolivia, Brazil, Byelorussian S.S.R., Canada, Costa Rica, Czechoslovakia, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, France, Guatemala, Haiti, Iceland, Liberia, Luxemburg, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Norway, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Sweden, Ukrainian S.S.R., Union of South Africa, U.S.A., U.S.S.R., Uruguay, Venezuela.
Against: 13
Afghanistan, Cuba, Egypt, Greece, India, Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Turkey, Yemen.
Abstained: 10
Argentina, Chile, China, Colombia, El Salvador, Ethiopia, Honduras, Mexico, United Kingdom, Yugoslavia.


Partea urita a fost luarea cu forta a intregului teritoriu al Palestina/Israel. Proclamarea unilaterala a statului Israel a fost momentul in care arabii si evreii au devenit cu adevarat dusmani si s-a intrat pe o spirala violenta de actiune-reactiune.

Astept de la oricare dintre voi comentarii pertinente si nu atacuri de joasa speta. Daca vrem sa intelegem istoria trebuie sa o studiem si sa ne raportam strict la fapte si date. Solutiile crizelor se regasesc in corecta intelegere a istoriei.

Istoria nu raspunde la intrebari sentimentale si nici nu trateaza intimplarile individuale.

Refuzul istoriei asa cum este ea pastrata in documente duce la ridicare de ziduri mentale. Ziduri ale rusinii.

Ce le mai incurci tu doamne! - de Zamolxe la: 08/11/2003 01:34:45
(la: ZIDUL RUSINII)
http://worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=35494

Yasser Arafat has private bank accounts worth more than $800 million built up with funds designated as aid to the Palestinian Authority, according to a report.
From the appropriated money, he transfers $100,000 a month to his wife Suha, who lives in Paris with their daughter, according to the CBS News program "60 Minutes," which will air the report Sunday.
The investigation was assisted by PA Finance Minister Salam Fayad, who is trying to trace all of the money allocated to the PA that never reached its intended destination.
The CBS investigation confirms previous reports.
A recent International Monetary Fund audit revealed Arafat diverted $900 million from the PA budget into bank accounts under his control.
In 1998, the European Union discovered through an audit of its own that $20 million designated for low-income housing was used to build a luxury apartment complex for top PA officials and Arafat associates.
A former Arafat treasurer charged last year Arafat transferred more than $500 million in international aid to personal account.


http://www.adevarulonline.ro/index.jsp?page=newsletter§ion_id=7&article_id=59809

150.000 de evrei - in armata lui Hitler?
Circa 150.000 de soldati de origine evreiasca au fost inrolati in armata germana in timpul lui Adolf Hitler, potrivit unei carti aparute saptamana trecuta in Germania. Dupa decenii de cercetari laborioase, istoricul american Bryan Mark Riggs scoate la iveala in cartea sa "Soldatii evrei ai lui Hitler" faptul ca, in ciuda "Legilor de la Nurenberg", din 1935, care excludeau barbatii de origine evreiasca de la serviciul militar, nu mai putin de 60.000 de persoane cu un parinte evreu si 90.000 de persoane cu un bunic evreu au luptat in Wehrmacht (armata germana), relateaza cotidianul german "Die Welt". De-a lungul anilor, autorul lucrarii a intervievat peste 400 de fosti soldati cu origine evreiasca si a constatat ca marea majoritate a "corciturilor", cum erau numiti cei care aveau un parinte sau un bunic evreu, se considerau germani si au ramas in armata chiar si dupa decretul lui Hitler din 1940, care stipula ca toti barbatii clasificati drept partial evrei sa fie dati afara din armata.
Ce le mai incurci tu Doamne! - de Zamolxe la: 08/11/2003 01:37:11
(la: A existat holocaust in Romania?)


http://worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=35494

Yasser Arafat has private bank accounts worth more than $800 million built up with funds designated as aid to the Palestinian Authority, according to a report.
From the appropriated money, he transfers $100,000 a month to his wife Suha, who lives in Paris with their daughter, according to the CBS News program "60 Minutes," which will air the report Sunday.
The investigation was assisted by PA Finance Minister Salam Fayad, who is trying to trace all of the money allocated to the PA that never reached its intended destination.
The CBS investigation confirms previous reports.
A recent International Monetary Fund audit revealed Arafat diverted $900 million from the PA budget into bank accounts under his control.
In 1998, the European Union discovered through an audit of its own that $20 million designated for low-income housing was used to build a luxury apartment complex for top PA officials and Arafat associates.
A former Arafat treasurer charged last year Arafat transferred more than $500 million in international aid to personal account.


http://www.adevarulonline.ro/index.jsp?page=newsletter§ion_id=7&article_id=59809

150.000 de evrei - in armata lui Hitler?
Circa 150.000 de soldati de origine evreiasca au fost inrolati in armata germana in timpul lui Adolf Hitler, potrivit unei carti aparute saptamana trecuta in Germania. Dupa decenii de cercetari laborioase, istoricul american Bryan Mark Riggs scoate la iveala in cartea sa "Soldatii evrei ai lui Hitler" faptul ca, in ciuda "Legilor de la Nurenberg", din 1935, care excludeau barbatii de origine evreiasca de la serviciul militar, nu mai putin de 60.000 de persoane cu un parinte evreu si 90.000 de persoane cu un bunic evreu au luptat in Wehrmacht (armata germana), relateaza cotidianul german "Die Welt". De-a lungul anilor, autorul lucrarii a intervievat peste 400 de fosti soldati cu origine evreiasca si a constatat ca marea majoritate a "corciturilor", cum erau numiti cei care aveau un parinte sau un bunic evreu, se considerau germani si au ramas in armata chiar si dupa decretul lui Hitler din 1940, care stipula ca toti barbatii clasificati drept partial evrei sa fie dati afara din armata.
ptr. Zamolxe - de SB_one la: 12/11/2003 15:16:14
(la: Irak)
Ai vorbit ca un tarabostes; nu-mi ramine decit sa adaug cele de mai jos.
SB

> This will get you fired up!
>
>
>
> I wonder how many people are aware of this information. Love him or
> loath him, he nailed this one right on the head
>
> By Rush Limbaugh:
>
> I think the vast differences in compensation between victims of the
> September 11 casualty and those who die serving the country in Uniform
> are profound. No one is really talking about it either, because you
> just don't criticize anything having to do with September 11.
>
> Well, I just can't let the numbers pass by because it says something
> really disturbing about the entitlement mentality of this country.
>
> If you lost a family member in the September 11 attack, you're going to
> get an average of $1,185,000. The range is a minimum guarantee of
> $250,000, all the way up to $4.7 million.
>
> If you are a surviving family member of an American soldier killed In
> action, the first check you get is a $6,000 direct death benefit, half
> of which is taxable. Next, you get $1,750 for burial costs. If you are
> the surviving spouse, you get $833 a month until you remarry.
>
> And there's a payment of $211 per month for each child under 18. When
> the child hits 18, those payments come to a screeching halt.
>
> Keep in mind that some of the people who are getting an average of
> $1.185 million up to $4.7 million are complaining that it's not enough.
> Their deaths were tragic, but for most, they were simply in the wrong
> place at the wrong time. Soldiers put themselves in harms way FOR ALL
> OF US, and they and their families know the dangers.
>
> We also learned over the weekend that some of the victims from the
> Oklahoma City bombing have started an organization asking for the same
> deal that the September 11 families are getting. In addition to that,
> some of the families of those bombed in the embassies are now asking for
> compensation as well.
>
> You see where this is going, don't you? Folks, this is part and parcel
> of over 50 years of entitlement politics in this country. It's just
> really sad.
>
> Every time a pay raise comes up for the military, they usually receive
> next to nothing of a raise. Now the green machine is in combat in the
> Middle East while their families have to survive on food stamps and live
> in low-rent housing. Make sense?
>
> However, our own U.S. Congress just voted themselves a raise, and many
> of you don't know that they only have to be in Congress one time to
> receive a pension that is more than $15,000 per month, and most are now
> equal to being millionaires plus. They also do not receive Social
> Security on retirement because they didn't have to pay into the system.
>
> If some of the military people stay in for 20 years and get out as an
> E-7, you may receive a pension of $1,000 per month, and the very people
> who placed you in harm's way receive a pension of $15,000 per month. I
> would like to see our elected officials pick up a weapon and join ranks
> before they start cutting out benefits and lowering pay for our sons and
> daughters who are now fighting.
>
> "When do we finally do something about this?" If this doesn't seem fair
> to you, it is time to forward this to as many people as you can.
>
> If your interested there is more............
>
> This must be a campaign issue in 2004. Keep it going. SOCIAL SECURITY:
> (This is worth the read. It's short and to the point.)
>
> Perhaps we are asking the wrong questions during election years. Our
> Senators and Congressmen do not pay into Social Security. Many years
> ago they voted in their own benefit plan. In more recent years, no
> congressperson has felt the need to change it. For all practical
> purposes their plan works like this:
>
> When they retire, they continue to draw the same pay until they die,
> except it may increase from time to time for cost of living adjustments.
> For example, former Senator Byrd and Congressman White and their wives
> may expect to draw $7,800,000 - that's Seven Million, Eight Hundred
> Thousand), with their wives drawing $275,000.00 during the last years of
> their lives. This is calculated on an average life span for each.
>
> Their cost for this excellent plan is $00.00. These little perks they
> voted for themselves is free to them. You and I pick up the tab for
> this plan. The funds for this fine retirement plan come directly from
> the General Fund--our tax dollars at work! From our own Social Security
> Plan, which you and I pay (or have paid) into --every payday until we
> retire (which amount is matched by our employer) --we can expect to get
> an average $1,000 per month after retirement. Or, in other words, we
> would have to collect our average of $1,000 monthly benefits for 68
> years and one month to equal Senator Bill Bradley's benefits!
>
> Social Security could be very good if only one small change were made.
> And that change would be to jerk the Golden Fleece Retirement Plan from
> under the Senators and Congressmen. Put them into the Social Security
> plan with the rest of us and then watch how fast they would fix it.
>
> If enough people receive this, maybe a seed of awareness will be planted
> and maybe good changes will evolve. WE, each one of us... can make a
> difference..
>
>
.
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Renegindu-ti tzara si trecutul - de SB_one la: 22/11/2003 13:06:14
(la: Ce regretati de pe vremea lui Ceausescu?)
na, na, na...cu asta nu pot fi de acord! Multi din cei "ajunsi" afara au cite o diploma de mai stiu eu ce si asta nu a iesit din SUBCULTURA. Trecind peste faptul ca sta la indemina fiecaruia sa puna mina pe carte si sa-si finiseze subcultura obtzinuta prin scoli.

te intzeleg , in masura in care iei ca pct. de reper cultura olandeza
( occidentala) care nu stie multe( sau nimic) de cultura "estului comunist" Mendeleev, Coanda, Prof. Benga si multzi altzii...cine au fost astia? Sorry!

Renegindu-tzi tzara si trecutul, te renegi pe tine stimate(a) anonim(a)olandez!

spre a te ajuta sa-tzi revii( desi slabe sperantze dupa cite vad...dar e dreptul tau), mai jos citeva informatzii.

http://www.ad-astra.ro/


India's new outsourcing rival--Romania?
Last modified: September 11, 2003, 11:19 AM PDT
By Andy McCue
Special to CNET News.com



^ NEW BRAINBENCH REPORT REVEALS SIGNIFICANT CHANGES IN GLOBAL IT SKILLS LANDSCAPE. CHANTILLY, VA, March 7, 2002 - ....In Europe, Romania is the frontrunner, outpacing even the United Kingdom. Bulgaria, formerly known as a major fruit and vegetable exporter, places a strong third, while Germany, Latvia and Sweden are in a virtual dead heat for fourth place. Read Full report

^ Romanian teenager wins 'junior Nobel Prize' competition CNN
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^ ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest World Finals 1999 ACM


Gheorghe Benga a descoperit al primei proteine-canal de apă în membrana hematiilor umane, cu câţiva ani înaintea lui Peter Agre (laureat al Premiului Nobel pentru Chimie în 2003)

Lista e mare! Trebuie numai sa vrem s-o stim.

Cu stima ...refugiat de 15 ani!
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am citit: trilogia Conversatii cu Dumnezeu despre care v-am scris si mai demult, autor Neale Donald Walsch
citesc: Prietenie cu Dumnezeu de acelasi autor
si doresc sa citesc: Comuniune cu Dumnezeu, Alchimistul
si o carte care mi se pare o mare provocare:
se numeste The Last Hours of Ancient Sunlight
- autor Thom Hartmann. Pt aceasta carte, autorul a fost invitat personal de catre Dhalai Lama, la o discutie libera, unde credeti...?!
Cred ca merita sa o citim.
Deci... - de LMMagain la: 25/11/2003 13:50:49
(la: Actori preferati)
Am sa unesc doua teme, Filme si Actori preferati, pe care ii consider deosebiti si am sa numesc si eu citiva.
Unii dintre ei, ca de cite ori vad un film bun am cel putin un actor preferat...;)
Colin Firth in Mindrie si Prejudecata... Fara comentarii.
Il iubesc....:)
Brad Pitt in ´´Meet Joe Black´´, daca a aparut deja in romineste nu ii stiu traducerea sau numele cu care ruleaza. De obicei nu imi pasa prea mult de Brad Pitt dar banuiesc ca a facut un rol minunat de vreme ce m-a facut sa ma gindesc cu fascinatie la ceea ce a intruchipat...Nu vreau sa dau detalii prea multe...pentru cei care nu au vazut filmul inca.
Kevin Kline in ´´Life as a house´´, la fel nu stiu sub ce nume a rulat pe la voi.Minunat film.
Si Leonardo di Cprio in ´´Catch me if you can´´.
Si, last but not least, Russel Crowe in ´´A beautiful mind´´


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Presa si fotografia - de Dinu Lazar la: 19/12/2003 00:43:00
(la: O conversatie cu DINU LAZAR, fotograf)
2 Time Magazine Journalists Hurt in Iraq
By The Associated Press

19 December 2003

(AP) -- A senior reporter and a veteran photographer for Time magazine
were wounded along with two U.S. soldiers when a grenade was tossed into
their Humvee, the military and the magazine said Thursday.

Time senior correspondent Michael Weisskopf and contributing
photographer James Nachtwey were traveling with a U.S. Army patrol in
Baghdad on Wednesday night when the attack occurred, a statement from Time
managing editor Jim Kelly said.

A military spokesman said they were with a unit of the Army's 1st
Armored Division.

The military official, who spoke only condition of anonymity, said one
of the journalists was severely wounded and the other was slightly injured.
Time said both were in stable condition and were awaiting transfer to a U.S.
military hospital in Landstuhl, Germany.

Nachtwey is an award-winning photographer known for haunting images of
war and poverty. He was the subject of a 2001 Oscar-nominated documentary,
"War Photographer," and has won many awards. This year he shared a $1
million Dan David prize for documenting "the apocalyptic events of our
time."

Weisskopf is an award-winning correspondent based in Washington. He
covers national politics and investigations and was a finalist in the 1996
Pulitzer Prize for national reporting.

The Paris-based World Association of Newspapers has said that at least
16 journalists have been killed in Iraq this year. Many others have been
wounded.

In the last known incident, police said the editor of an independent
newspaper in the northern city of Mosul was shot and killed on Oct. 28.
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Romania - de ARLEKYN la: 20/12/2003 09:21:25
(la: Ce a fost si ce au ajuns (s-au trezit totusi!))
Soare, nisip, coca-cola, plictiseala dulceaga, asta era imaginea mea despre Romania cand in sfarsit visul meu se implinea: Romania! Plecam prin transfer la facultate in Romania! Ah, ce imagini de vis aveam atunci despre Romania! Tara a visurilor mele. Fusesem numai o data in Eforie, la mare, cand terminam 11 clase, si imaginea Romaniei se infrumuseta din ce in ce mai tare: literatura, libertate, fericire, dom doctor, nu va mint, asa vedeam eu Romania atunci. Mai auzisem si de tigani care iti intorc buzunarele daca nu in tren, atunci sigur pe peron, de procentul destul de mare al celor infectati de sida, despre atatea altele care mi se pareau total aberante.

Iata-ma in trenul ce ma ducea impreuna cu cea mai mare parte a studentilor basarabeni din acel an care veneau in Romania. Cateva ore lungi in Ungheni, apoi Iasi, iata-ma facand cunostinta cu simpaticul meu prieten Cipi, care a terminat aici liceul. La Cluj? Ce bine, si eu! Trebuia sa asteptam vreo sapte-zece ore, tocmai scapasem trenul. Hai sa-ti arat orasul! Hai!

Iata-ne langa universitate, iata-ne pe langa parcul ala lung caruia nu-i mai tin minte numele, iata-ne intr-un bar band cate o cola, cafea, apoi mai departe aiurea pe strazi, numai nu in acea gara, care nu mi s-a parut a avea o imagine estetica, o imagine a unui loc unde poti astepta cateva ore.

Incercam sa compar acest oras cu Chisinaul, nu stiam ce sa cred, comparam parcul cu parcul Stefan cel Mare, sediile universitatii pe care le vedeam aici si cele de acasa. Nu mi se parea urat, din contra, fain, dar incepeam sa simt un dor de orasul meu, de prietenii ce au venit in ultima zi sa ma vada, numai ca eu nu mai eram acolo, de strazile acelea abia luminate ale Chisinaului, dor de verdele halucinant de peste tot, orasul meu extrem de verde ramanea in urma, simteam cum ma indepartez si de prietenii mei, acele ore din Iasi parca incercau sa ma faca sa ma mai gandesc, dar nu, vreau in Romania, in aceasta tara minunata a visurilor mele. Chiar in Cluj, cu cat mai departe de acasa - cu atat mai bine, cu atat mai usor de a suporta lipsa celor dragi, daca stii ca sunt departe, prea departe, imposibil sa reactioneze cand te gandesti la ei.

Iata-ne cu Cipi mancand pe strada sanwichiuri si cautand alt bar pentru a mai bea o cafea ca sa nu adormim. Am gasit. Iar pe drumuri. Apoi la gara. Apoi in tren. Apoi Cipi imi zice sa ne cautam un compartiment gol, gasim, adormim, peste vreo patru ore intra in compartiment niste personaje nu tocmai frumos mirositoare, ni se face rau la stomac, iesim, mergem in compartimentul nostru unde viitorii colegi de la Cluj dorm, dar pe noi nu prea ne intereseaza, ii trezim, ne fac loc si noua si adormim. Aici e Clujul?

Coboram repede, habar n-avand ca trenul sta mai mult aici. Nu ne asteapta nimeni, spre deosebire de colegii care au ramas in Iasi. Incepe panica, spre amuzamentul lui Cipi si al meu. Alearga speriati, iau taxiuri, unii mergand la facultate (e sambata) altii la camine.

Mergem si noi la camine, nu ne asteapta nimeni aici, in sfarsit o administratoare mai inimoasa ne da cateva camere pana luni. Eu cu Cipi mergem sa ne cautam facultatile noastre. Un oras vechi, impresie de film sa vezi prima oara Clujul. Mai ales daca vii din RM. Din orasul viu, energicul si raul Chisinau, fata de dulcele mosnegel romano-maghiar. Da, crezusem ca va trebui sa invat maghiara pentru a ma descurca in acest oras cu toate bancile vopsite in tricolor. La gara, auzeam numai vorba maghiara, probabil din cauza ca pleca un tren spre Budapesta, dar nu m-am gandit la asta.

O fata plangea nestiind ce sa faca, am dus-o la camin. Cipi isi vazuse numele pe lista de cazare. Am gasit niste studenti basarabeni in caminul facultatii de drept. Au zis ca putem sta pana ne descurcam cu toate actele, cu cazarea. Erau simpatici, karatisti sau asa ceva, dar ne-au aratat o perspectiva a Clujului la care nu ne asteptasem.

Ce cautati, bai baieti, in orasul asta? La litere, drept, sunteti nebuni! O sa va strice zilele profii astia, stiti cat iubesc basarabenii? I-ar pica pe toti. Mai ales la drept si la litere. Eu sa fiu in locul vostru m-as transfera acum in alt oras, numai nu aici.

Primele zile in Cluj. Dupa vreo saptamana reusisem sa ma cazez. Sa ma gazez. Singur, deocamdata, intr-o camera. La liceul de transporturi. Miros de cacat, presimtiri de cacat. Era doar inceputul drumului. O poveste urmuziana. Povestea silii si a renuntarii. Povestea atrofierii simturilor, deceptiilor. O poveste despre degradare si simtul mortii la numai un pas. A insuficientei aerului in facultatea de litere, a naduselii din unele sali de curs. A sentimentului de a te simti o vita proasta in fata geniului de profesor. Cultivarea sentimentului de inferioritate: 1) student in fata gavniucilor de profesori 2) baiete, nu esti cumva basarabean? Am observat, am observat. Mai cere carti de la colegi, mai invata limba romana etc.etc.

Fuck you zic privind in urma, fuck you! Tuturor profesorilor care nu fac (fuck you!) diferenta intre paranoia (suntem desigur cea mai buna facultate de litere din tara, aia de la Bucuresti e clar sub nivelul nostru) si prostie. Da' cate glume proaste am auzit! Stiti cum fac profesorii cate un cacat de gluma si toti rad in sila, sa nu se supere profesorul.

Ma bagase cretinii in anul pregatitor, toti cei veniti la litere trebuia sa faca anul pregatitor. Nu conteaza daca ai mai facut vreun an de facultate in RM, trebe sa invatati limba romana, no, sa va acomodati. Acomodarea pulii! Am invatat sa beau bere in Pub si sa-mi caut si eu ceva de facut, ca la facultate sa-l citesc a opta oara pe Sadoveanu, sa geografia, istoria, cata istorie, domnilor, sa invat ca sa ma lasati odata in pace? Borasc!

Asta a fost inceputul fericit. Asta era inceputul spulberarii visului cu Romania, o baba ramolita care cica vrea sa se dea la Europa si la NATO. Romania din visele mele! Nu am asteptat sa ma primeasca cu bratele deschise, dar nici nu imi inchipuiam ca ceva, cineva vrea atat de mult sa fie violata, fututa, nu ma asteptam, zau.

Asa am inceput sa nu mai fac notite, sa nu mai scriu in caietelul meu, ci direct pe pereti, ziduri, lifturi.

Am obosit sa tot visez si m-am dus la cinematograf. Sa privesc Fight club, sau poate un film de Tarantino, intelegi?



Crede si nu cerceta!...
Pentru cei ce cred ca stiu fotografie... - de Dinu Lazar la: 31/12/2003 01:10:39
(la: O conversatie cu DINU LAZAR, fotograf)
THE POWER OF PHOTOGRAPHY: THE PDN PHOTOGRAPHY ANNUAL 2004

You will see the most compelling, provocative, emotional work of the year plus there will be reviews of the most significant stories in photography today. All entries must be postmarked before February 15, 2004. A panel of renowned judges will select the final images from the following eight categories:

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Tragedie in lumea fotografiei mondiale. - de Dinu Lazar la: 24/01/2004 04:49:16
(la: O conversatie cu DINU LAZAR, fotograf)
Helmut Newton, un mare fotograf, unul din cei mai mari ai tuturor timpurilor, ne-a parasit...
http://cnn.netscape.cnn.com/news/story.jsp?floc=FF-APO-1110&
dq=/ff/story/0001%2F20040123%2F1920444197.htm&sc=1110&
photoid=20031022NY130


Photographer Helmut Newton Killed in Crash

LOS ANGELES - Acclaimed fashion photographer Helmut Newton died Friday after his car sped out of control from the driveway of the famed Chateau Marmont hotel and crashed into a wall, police said. He was 83.

AP Photo

Newton, whose work appeared in magazines such as Playboy, Elle and Vogue, was best known for his stark, black-and-white nude photos of women.

Newton apparently lost control of his Cadillac while leaving the Hollywood hotel, said Officer April Harding, a police spokeswoman. It was unclear whether he became ill while driving.

People were on the sidewalk in front of the driveway, and the car brushed a photographer heading into the hotel before crashing into the wall.

Newton was taken by ambulance to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, where he died a short time later, Harding said.

Newton was a trailblazer in the fashion photography world, exploring power, gender roles and an icy sexuality in his pictures.

His trademark "Big Nudes" series featured larger-than-life, black-and-white images of women that portray them as dominating the camera rather than as subjects.

Among the beautiful and powerful people Newton has photographed were Paloma Picasso, Pierre Cardin, Naomi Campbell, Jean-Marie Le Pen and Claudia Schiffer.

While Newton also photographed clothed celebrities and nature scenes, he favored photographing women, usually while they wore little more than high heels.

"He was a giant," said Playboy founder Hugh Hefner. "He was a major talent that pushed the boundaries in terms of photography and influenced many, many other photographers in following generations."

The German-born photographer said in his 2002 autobiography that when he was 15, he told his father he wanted to be a photographer. The Berlin factory owner told him, "My boy, you'll end up in the gutter. All you think of is girls and photos."

Newton, who was Jewish, fled his homeland for Singapore in December 1938, a month after Nazi-led persecution programs began. He eventually settled in Australia and became a citizen, opening a small photography studio and changing his last name to Newton from Neustaedter.

He later took up residence in Monte Carlo, overlooking the Mediterranean — a frequent backdrop for his nude images.

In the prologue to his autobiography, he said his fascination with women dated back to when he was a toddler and recalled seeing his nurse "getting ready to go out, and she is half-naked" in front of a mirror. He described it as a defining moment in his life.

In October, he donated more than 1,000 pictures to a new gallery in Berlin, saying he was proud his work would now be on display in his hometown.

Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder called Newton's decision a "sign of reconciliation."

"You can chase a man out of his home but you can't rip his home out of his soul," Schroeder said in a letter read at the news conference announcing the donation.

Newton's coldly erotic imagery often alarmed feminists as well as those with tamer sensibilities.

A hosiery ad he shot, featured on a giant billboard in Times Square for a time, was banned from the side of New York City buses in 1998 because it was deemed to be too racy. It showed a rear-end view of a woman lying face-down, wearing only a pair of stockings. A side view of her bare breast also was visible.

Newton is survived by his wife, June, who works under the name Alice Springs. She was also a favorite subject for the photographer. In one 1973 series of photos, she was portrayed as Hitler wearing a cropped mustache, with model Jerry Hall posing as Eva Braun. The Newtons had no children.


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Articol din cotidianul israelian Ha'aretz - de Filip Antonio la: 31/01/2004 19:18:05
(la: A existat holocaust in Romania?)
Right-wing Romanian politician to visit Israel

By Amiram Barkat



Corneliu Vadim Tudor, the head of a radical right political party in Romania, intends to visit Israel in March.




News of his intention was relayed by Israeli businessman Nati Meir, who has been in contact with Tudor, the leader of the Greater Romania Party (PRM).

Haaretz has learned that Romanian President Ion Iliescu also intends to visit Israel at the end of March.

Meir, presenting himself as Tudor's adviser for overseas affairs, told Reuters news agency that Tudor will "seek forgiveness at the Western Wall."

In a speech given to Romania's parliament in 2002, and on other occasions, Tudor has claimed that Romania did not take part in the murder of Jews during the Holocaust. But Tudor is now aware that the Holocaust transpired in Romania, said Meir, adding that Tudor has sent Yad Vashem a letter about his country's culpability. Yad Vashem spokesmen, however, said they do not know anything about such a statement.

Since he announced his intention to take part in Romania's presidential elections, scheduled for September, Tudor has made several attempts to shed his reputation for anti-Semitism. But officials from Israel's Foreign Ministry and Yad Vashem believe Tudor's new stance is motivated by electoral calculations.

In past years, Tudor made several statements against Jews and foreigners and his party's official journal has been a warehouse for crude anti-Semitic opinions.

With Meir's help, Tudor met two months ago with Israeli media consultant Ayal Arad, and asked to retain his services. Arad said he is still considering whether or not to accept Tudor's offer. According to Arad, during their meeting, Tudor asked him about how he might persuade Jewish communities that he is not an anti-Semite.

At the end of November 2003, Tudor held a press conference, and said he retracts statements he made in the past about Jews. He stated that he "loves Jews," and denounced statements made by Iliescu to Haaretz about how the Holocaust wasn't distinctive to the Jews. Last month, Tudor dedicated a bronze statue of Yitzhak Rabin in Romania. Tudor invited Rabin's children to the ceremony, but they declined.

Ze'ev Schwartz, who chairs the association of Romanian-born Israelis, dismissed Tudor's recent performances as "a new element in the drama."

"This man is a Holocaust denier, and we simply do not believe him," Schwartz said. He added that he intends to help sponsor protest demonstrations of Holocaust survivors and Romanian natives during Tudor's visit.
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Sharon vrea un referendum - de Filip Antonio la: 04/02/2004 11:06:14
(la: Evreii impotriva lui Sharon? Anita unde esti?)
Sharon defends plan to evacuate Gaza settlements
Eds: UPDATES with Sharon backing for referendum, graf 4
AP Photos
By KARIN LAUB
Associated Press Writer
JERUSALEM (AP) - Prime Minister Ariel Sharon on Wednesday
defended his plan to dismantle virtually all Jewish
settlements in Gaza, amid new signs that the proposal is
threatening the stability of his government.
Ten lawmakers from the ruling Likud Party sent a letter to
Sharon threatening to abandon the prime minister if he
moves forward with his plans without their consent.
«We announce beforehand that it will be very difficult
for us to support this plan without the approval of the
Likud institutions on this sensitive subject,» the
lawmakers wrote. They added that they would not support the
entry of the opposition Labor Party into the government.
A senior official said Sharon would put his unilateral
disengagement plan - including removing some settlements
and imposing a boundary on the West Bank if peace talks
fail - before a national referendum, as demanded by Likud
lawmakers. The official, speaking on condition of
anonymity, said Sharon would welcome the idea of putting
the plan before the people, because the issue cuts across
ideological lines and «has overwhelming support among the
public.»
Labor said Tuesday that it would back Sharon's plan,
assuring him of a parliamentary majority even if two
ultranationalist parties quit the government.
But one of the lawmakers who signed Wednesday's letter,
Yuli Edelstein, claimed the group had enough support from
other Likud members to block any parliamentary majority for
Sharon.
Even if the effort fails, the letter reflected the
internal divisions that Sharon faces over his Gaza pullout
plan.
Sharon on Tuesday shrugged off the growing threats, saying
he is determined to go ahead with plans to remove 17
settlements in Gaza and three in the West Bank without
waiting for a peace deal with the Palestinians. He said he
would try to form a new governing coalition rather than
back down.
The prime minister's surprise announcement Monday has
divided Israelis into two camps: those who believe Sharon,
for decades the main architect of Jewish settlement
expansion, is truly changing course; and those who suspect
him of trying to sow confusion and deflect attention from a
widening corruption probe against him.
Sharon said Wednesday that his plan is not related to the
corruption probe, Israel radio reported. Speaking to
reporters at the Israeli parliament building, he said he
was moving forward in spite of his legal troubles, not
because of them.
Sharon, who has denied wrongdoing, is to be questioned by
police Thursday on suspicion he accepted bribes from an
Israeli real-estate developer.
Commentators said whatever Sharon's motives, his
declaration has created irreversible facts, and no future
prime minister could demand to hold on to parts of Gaza in
a peace deal with the Palestinians. «The words that were
uttered can never be taken back,» commentator Dan Margalit
wrote in the Maariv daily.
Opinion polls suggested that Sharon has broad public
support for dismantling most Gaza settlements, increasingly
seen by many Israelis as a security burden. Israel controls
one-third of the strip, while 1.3 million Palestinians
share the rest.
In his first public comment on the issue Tuesday, Sharon
avoided mention of Gaza but said he was determined to press
ahead with the removal of settlements.
«Not only is this difficult for the settlers, but also,
it is more painful for myself than anyone else in Israel,»
Sharon said during a visit of the coastal city of Ashkelon.
«But I've reached a decision and I am going to carry it
out.»
Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qureia told Palestinian
radio he wants to see «deeds, not words. We want to see
them leaving the whole Gaza Strip, leaving Gaza as
liberated Palestinian land and leaving us to concentrate on
their withdrawal from the West Bank.»
In the West Bank on Wednesday, the army said it had
arrested a senior operative in the militant Al Aqsa
Martyrs' Brigades in the village of Tubas. Palestinian
sources identified the man as Jihad Sawafta, who they said
had escaped an Israeli assassination attempt in 2002.
Senior aides to Sharon and Qureia were scheduled to meet
Wednesday in hopes of arranging a meeting between the two
prime ministers, the two sides confirmed. A summit would be
a crucial step in reviving the U.S.-backed «road map»
peace plan.
The talks were to focus on Israel's contentious West Bank
separation barrier - which the Palestinians oppose - and
Palestinian efforts to persuade militant groups to halt
attacks on Israelis, Palestinian officials said.
Efforts to bring the two men together have faltered since
Qureia took office in October, and the road map has been
stalled for months. But Qureia has come under pressure
recently from the United States and Egypt, a key mediator
between Israel and the Palestinians, to agree to a meeting.
The road map aims for an independent Palestinian state,
alongside Israel, by 2005.
«This is maybe their last opportunity to implement the
road map,» a senior Israeli official, speaking on
condition of anonymity, said of a possible summit.
A top security adviser to Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat
on Wednesday accused the United States of «blackmailing»
the Palestinians.
Jibril Rajoub said the Americans have threatened to
disengage from the peace process unless the Palestinians
arrest those responsible for an October bomb blast in Gaza
that killed three Americans traveling in a diplomatic
convoy.
«You know that the Americans stopped their involvement
waiting for the results of the investigation,» Rajoub told
foreign journalists. «I think that this is blackmail.»
American officials have said they are disappointed with
the lack of cooperation by Palestinian security forces in
the search for the perpetrators.
Sharon has said repeatedly in recent weeks that he plans
to take unilateral steps in the West Bank and Gaza -
dismantling some settlements, redeploying troops and
imposing a boundary - if there is no progress on the road
map in the coming months.
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