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2014-02-23 06:36:25 AM
9 votes:
As an American living in eastern Europe this underscores something important that I noticed a long time ago, and which is a really sad indictment of US culture:

These people get by with shiat wages, just had their government try to strongarm them into line, but they fought and bled for their freedom and won.  Then they take over the Big Bad's property and go through it like a museum.  What would have happened if this was the USA?  In most cities my bet is that people earning double would rampage, loot and burn the house within the day, while a crowd stands outside and chants U-S-A, U-S-A!

Despite the bad reputation the Slavic countries have due to being behind the Iron Curtain for so long, most of the people in them are still nice and cultured.  For the wages they earn and the places they live they far exceed what you would expect from a US citizen.  In my city you have areas which look like pure ghettos, with rundown soviet apartment blocks everywhere.  The occupants earn about 200 euro per month on average, and crime is still almost nonexistant and you can park your car and walk around where you need to go.  Whenever I go to those places I can't help but think that in the states that kind of place would be an urban warzone.  We really need to fix our shiat in the US, because some supposedly pinko commie slavs are showing us up every day.
2014-02-23 05:51:53 AM
5 votes:

ekdikeo4: ... so "protestors" just took over this country's government, and they are completely restrained when visitng the deposed leader's residence, choosing to treat it like a photo op and vacation visit?

what doesn't make sense here?



It would actually make no sense to destroy it all. All that shiat was bought with their money, by keeping the assets intact they can recoup some of the wealth for their country. Also they can find incriminating documentation in there. Lastly, they can use the photos and videos of the opulence for propaganda purposes ("See what we were dealing with, rest of the world?").

Do you just instantly assume that all people protesting/revolting against their government are unhinged savages who are incapable of rational thought or self-control?
2014-02-23 03:59:34 AM
5 votes:
Those are goshawks... The brown ones are juveniles and the gray blue ones are adults. The only reason you'd kill and display dead goshawks like that would be if you were a landskeeper who kept game birds for hunting and didn't like the raptorial competition. They display them like that in order to 'scare off' other hawks (hint: it doesn't work). Poor goshawks... that breaks my heart. :(
2014-02-23 03:35:42 AM
5 votes:

ekdikeo4: ... so "protestors" just took over this country's government, and they are completely restrained when visitng the deposed leader's residence, choosing to treat it like a photo op and vacation visit?

what doesn't make sense here?


What sense would burning it down really make?
I'm getting the feeling that destroying their community's assets is not number one on their to do list.

It's not Compton or South Central.
2014-02-23 07:55:11 AM
4 votes:

TwistedFark: child_god: Here is what CNN says:

Ukraine's president calls efforts to push him from office a 'coup'

Hmm, the President's house is occupied, at least 17 people died yesterday, and the protesters are now in charge of the government.   Coup is french for blow, and is short for the phrase coup d'etat, blow against the state, and is usually reserved for a violent deposing of a government.

How is this anything but a 'coup'?   I mean, literally and figuratively? I'm sure it is a blow to the Ukraine president.

CNN sucks.

I could be wrong about this, but I'm fairly certain that the parliament voted to oust him. He basically went missing from government and so they voted to remove him from office, which apparently they have the constitutional right to do so.

I mean, he can call "coup" all he wants - but this seems to be so only in the loosest of terms. Like when here in Australia when the labour party decided to toss Kevin Rudd in favour of Julia Gillard (and then back again). They called it a "coup" in the paper, but it was just party politics.

Also, I'm pretty sure it wasn't the protesters who had snipers shooting people in the head the other day.


-- The number of people killed stands at 88, and will probably rise, due to people being in intensive care (and missing?). Those numbers come from the Health office that worked under Ezerex, which tells you enough.

-- The Parliament did oust him, and they did a lot more than that.

-- Not only did he call "coup", he also said it was "like the Nazi's". This is a man that bought sniper rifles behind the government's back, and had a church installed at his home. You know, asking forgiveness before dinner and all ... .

It'd be interesting to see what he has taken with him. There's at least two cars missing, for starters, and those weren't cars like you and me drive. Close to the airport there is a small stash of his "regular" cars:

pbs.twimg.com

Note: let's say he had 10 of these, then he only had 2 or 3 number plates. Some police officer may have gotten a little richer while allowing him to.

One of his cronies was caught trying to catch a plane with about 100.000 dollars in his pockets. Small change.

The following document lists the amount of chandeliers in Ezerex's little cottages, totaling a sum of over 42.000.000 US dollar. Yes, you read that right. The cost for cleaning one is probably close to a thousand dollars.

pbs.twimg.com

Plants, 1.5 million dollars:

pbs.twimg.com

A lot of these papers were recovered out of the Dniepr that runs close by, or are half burnt. Protesters and archivists are working together to try and salvage as much as possible.

When the big boss got the hell out of dodge, one of his (multiple) mistakes was to let his own security system film the whole thing. You may notice (at the very first seconds) the number of trucks leaving the premises: http://youtu.be/2ifWCBX6sDI

A fellow could indeed have a field day with the amount of stuff this motherf****r stole from the Ukrainian people.
2014-02-23 03:16:51 AM
4 votes:
Yulia Tymoshenko was believed to be the richest person in Ukraine http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yulia_Tymoshenko - so it's interesting that social media is having a go at the person who replaced her for being a rich bastard.
2014-02-23 03:51:25 PM
3 votes:
imageshack.com
2014-02-23 06:41:36 AM
3 votes:
Someone posted in another thread that they have started sending conscription notices to students

I'll just leave this here
2014-02-23 06:20:56 AM
3 votes:
All photos of his tacky, nouveau-riche home aside, I nominate "Chicken Kiev" as this man's forever-nickname.

Suits the bastard perfectly.
2014-02-23 03:55:56 AM
3 votes:

gnarlywizzard: this is from the backyard somewhere. kinda spooky if you ask me.
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To put the most charitable possible spin on it, perhaps the birds were being hung for future consumption. Still, I don't think this is normally done by crucifying them.
2014-02-23 03:24:21 AM
3 votes:

Walker: My first reaction: BURN IT DOWN!
My second reaction: Maybe make it a home for orphans or something


Your second reaction was my first. Dang, don't waste it. Take it the fark over, Ukrainians. Seize the power it represents and use it for good, rather than destroy it.

Also, it really looks quite beautiful.

Imagine if they made it a pet rescue facility. Why not? There's already a zoo. And it would be hilarious if the place were overrun by (well cared for) cats and dogs...
2014-02-23 03:10:33 AM
3 votes:

Lsherm: I was wondering what was keeping them from kicking in the windows to get to the dining room - or what was keeping them from stealing everything that wasn't nailed down.

Maybe Ukrainians are just well behaved mobbers?


I wondered why the place wasn't in flames myself. From TFA:

Ukrainian security and volunteers from among Independence Square protesters have joined forces to protect the presidential countryside retreat from vandalism and looting
2014-02-23 02:29:16 AM
3 votes:
Stupid protestors. Now with Yanukovich gone, the wealth will never trickle down.
433 [TotalFark]
2014-02-23 12:51:24 AM
3 votes:
ihaveanidea.org
2014-02-23 04:31:30 PM
2 votes:

Stoker: [imageshack.com image 700x544]


img.fark.net

They know that they can divide the place up into at least 30 condos.  Even a couple of rooms in this place is way ahead of the squalor they currently live in.
2014-02-23 08:13:36 AM
2 votes:
I thought that the house was generally in good taste.  At least compared to other dictator abodes.
2014-02-23 06:48:38 AM
2 votes:

dfacto: As an American living in eastern Europe this underscores something important that I noticed a long time ago, and which is a really sad indictment of US culture:

These people get by with shiat wages, just had their government try to strongarm them into line, but they fought and bled for their freedom and won.  Then they take over the Big Bad's property and go through it like a museum.  What would have happened if this was the USA?  In most cities my bet is that people earning double would rampage, loot and burn the house within the day, while a crowd stands outside and chants U-S-A, U-S-A!

Despite the bad reputation the Slavic countries have due to being behind the Iron Curtain for so long, most of the people in them are still nice and cultured.  For the wages they earn and the places they live they far exceed what you would expect from a US citizen.  In my city you have areas which look like pure ghettos, with rundown soviet apartment blocks everywhere.  The occupants earn about 200 euro per month on average, and crime is still almost nonexistant and you can park your car and walk around where you need to go.  Whenever I go to those places I can't help but think that in the states that kind of place would be an urban warzone.  We really need to fix our shiat in the US, because some supposedly pinko commie slavs are showing us up every day.


This is bullshiat. There were security forces at the mansion and it was obviously a carefully staged photo op.

Go kick your straw man down the road somewhere else.
2014-02-23 05:49:22 AM
2 votes:

gnarlywizzard: this is from the backyard somewhere. kinda spooky if you ask me.
[i.imgur.com image 850x850]


What in the world???? Makes me wonder more about the story of that protester who was crucified.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2549328/Ukrainian-protestor- ki dnapped-CRUCIFIED-ear-cut-dumped-forest-week-torture.html
2014-02-23 05:17:51 AM
2 votes:

forgotmydamnusername: gnarlywizzard: this is from the backyard somewhere. kinda spooky if you ask me.
[i.imgur.com image 850x850]

To put the most charitable possible spin on it, perhaps the birds were being hung for future consumption. Still, I don't think this is normally done by crucifying them.



Well, you can buy imitation goshawks to display as scarecrows to keep other birds away, this looks like a similar situation but for someone too rich to settle for imitation anything. Presumably they were hung up dead, not crucified. Still kind of a strange pose...
2014-02-23 04:23:54 AM
2 votes:

Hiro-ACiD: Lsherm: I was wondering what was keeping them from kicking in the windows to get to the dining room - or what was keeping them from stealing everything that wasn't nailed down.

Maybe Ukrainians are just well behaved mobbers?

Why would you expect them to behave like the thieves they're removing from their government? That would make far less sense than peacefully occupying the grounds as they have and showing the world what has been stolen from them...


Because crowds of people steal if the opportunity presents itself absent outside control.  It's human nature.
2014-02-23 04:06:02 AM
2 votes:

Lsherm: I was wondering what was keeping them from kicking in the windows to get to the dining room - or what was keeping them from stealing everything that wasn't nailed down.

Maybe Ukrainians are just well behaved mobbers?


Why would you expect them to behave like the thieves they're removing from their government? That would make far less sense than peacefully occupying the grounds as they have and showing the world what has been stolen from them...
2014-02-23 03:57:39 AM
2 votes:
Yeah nothing farking weird at all about crucified birds.
/WTF
2014-02-23 03:43:47 AM
2 votes:

gnarlywizzard: this is from the backyard somewhere. kinda spooky if you ask me.
[i.imgur.com image 850x850]


I'm no expert, but it seems that the one of those birds died for our sins...

/who the hell crucifies a bird?
//other than Yanukovych

Walker: My first reaction: BURN IT DOWN!
My second reaction: Maybe make it a home for orphans or something


Yanukovych is lucky the protestors didn't go full Onoprienko* on his house.

*Ukrainian serial killer who would murder a house's inhabitants and then burn the house down.
2014-02-23 03:32:09 AM
2 votes:

gnarlywizzard: this is from the backyard somewhere. kinda spooky if you ask me.


Makes me wonder if they'll find human remains on his land. Super spooky.
2014-02-23 03:32:03 AM
2 votes:

gnarlywizzard: this is from the backyard somewhere. kinda spooky if you ask me.
[i.imgur.com image 850x850]


Yeah, just a farking little.
2014-02-23 03:27:47 AM
2 votes:

ekdikeo4: ... so "protestors" just took over this country's government, and they are completely restrained when visitng the deposed leader's residence, choosing to treat it like a photo op and vacation visit?

what doesn't make sense here?


No, it makes sense. Ukraine is a pretty big place. Not every Ukrainian is going to be able to go see the abhorrent corruption of the place. But it's possibly the most powerful political message they could show the Eastern supporters of the deposed President.
2014-02-23 03:20:09 AM
2 votes:

fusillade762: Lsherm: I was wondering what was keeping them from kicking in the windows to get to the dining room - or what was keeping them from stealing everything that wasn't nailed down.

Maybe Ukrainians are just well behaved mobbers?

I wondered why the place wasn't in flames myself. From TFA:

Ukrainian security and volunteers from among Independence Square protesters have joined forces to protect the presidential countryside retreat from vandalism and looting


For now.

I predict there will be quite the bonfire in another day or two. I notice that the guys with the armor and military-style weaponry are the ones actually INSIDE the residence, going through the paperwork.
2014-02-23 02:29:31 AM
2 votes:
I was wondering what was keeping them from kicking in the windows to get to the dining room - or what was keeping them from stealing everything that wasn't nailed down.

Maybe Ukrainians are just well behaved mobbers?
2014-02-23 12:15:23 AM
2 votes:
My first reaction: BURN IT DOWN!
My second reaction: Maybe make it a home for orphans or something
2014-02-23 05:38:29 PM
1 votes:

BeesNuts: Hiro-ACiD: Lsherm: I was wondering what was keeping them from kicking in the windows to get to the dining room - or what was keeping them from stealing everything that wasn't nailed down.

Maybe Ukrainians are just well behaved mobbers?

Why would you expect them to behave like the thieves they're removing from their government? That would make far less sense than peacefully occupying the grounds as they have and showing the world what has been stolen from them...

Because revolutionary mobs are known for doing things that make sense and having no regrets when the dust settles...


OK, first of all, they were not a mob. They were led by the actual elected opposition. They were organized to the point where they had tactical plans and logistics ready to go. They had a coherent strategy. Under no definition can they be labeled a mob.
2014-02-23 05:25:26 PM
1 votes:

ransack.: BMulligan: Emposter: Why does Ukraine still have statues of Lenin after all this time?

I don't know - why does Seattle?

Wikipedia has an article detailing the history of the statue you pictured. So can you answer his question or are you just here to be a smartass and not contribute to the conversation in any meaningful way? Because I'm getting awful sick and fed up with constantly wading through the shiat of your ilk.


Nice bicycle you've got. Is it a Huffy? I bet it's a Huffy.
2014-02-23 04:36:09 PM
1 votes:
I'm impressed with how organised they are.  Looking for paperwork, security from looting etc.  I wish they did that in Iraq.  Not bad for a rag tag bunch of "protesters".
2014-02-23 04:35:11 PM
1 votes:

Fissile: Stoker: [imageshack.com image 700x544]

[img.fark.net image 700x544]

They know that they can divide the place up into at least 30 condos.  Even a couple of rooms in this place is way ahead of the squalor they currently live in.


Says the American - very few places in Ukraine are as squalid as some sections of America
2014-02-23 03:02:59 PM
1 votes:
TFA sucks... Sure, there's a picture of a nice house and then one of a jacuzzi. Then there's more exterior shots of the same nice house bug farking deal. You wanna generate some outrage, then show me some outrage worthy pictures.

Jesus, the shiat they call "joirnalism" nowadays... Lazy bullshiat. I have no idea if the other pics in this thread are from this house, but If they are, the farker responsible has already done about 10x the work of whoever out together this shiatty story, and for that I thank him(her).
2014-02-23 02:58:12 PM
1 votes:

Grahor: That's the first government, less than a year, right after the elections. I wouldn't call it particularly spectacular. Budget allocations and cartel breaking through importation are, while indubitably positive, pretty much basic governing, everyday stuff, not particularly complex or demanding.


Move goalposts much?
2014-02-23 01:21:56 PM
1 votes:

BMulligan: Emposter: Why does Ukraine still have statues of Lenin after all this time?

I don't know - why does Seattle?

[s3.amazonaws.com image 498x332]


Quit For Quot (excuse my French)
2014-02-23 12:20:54 PM
1 votes:

spawn73: Well, fair enough that you don't remember the aftermath of WW2 in Western-Europe where the Germans didn't fight, but rather just left.


1) That was a revolution? and 2) There wasn't a whole lot left to loot, was there?
2014-02-23 11:26:49 AM
1 votes:
So, what's the over-under on this guy's Presidency ending up against the wall, Ceaușescu-style?
2014-02-23 09:08:03 AM
1 votes:
There is absolutely no doubt that Yanukovich's government is incredibly corrupt, but I call the image with light sources, at least, a fake. The reason: there is a grammatical error in the header - "contact" instead of "contract". :)

Okay, that doesn't make it a fake, but it raises questions. Like, what the hell, $42 millions and you couldn't find someone to proofread the freakin thing?

Also, the description for items is incredibly basic, like "the lamp for main room", etc. Shouldn't there be at least the name of manufacturer?

As for Tymoshenko, a guy from Maidan I know said that Maidan was not happy to see Tymoshenko. She doesn't have the trust of the people. Haven't watched her speech on Maidan myself so can't say if it's in any way true.

As for "who put her in jail", well, former president - pro-western Yushenko, the poisoned one - put a lot of effort into putting her in jail and was very clear that he considered the court to be fair and honest. Make of it what you want.
2014-02-23 09:05:55 AM
1 votes:
As presidential/PM residences go, it's not unreasonable.  Very, VERY nice, but not unreasonable.

As PERSONAL residences go, paid for with taxpayer cash, that is very different, of course.

Why does Ukraine still have statues of Lenin after all this time?
2014-02-23 08:48:18 AM
1 votes:

lazymojo: My understanding is that Yulia Tymoshenko is very pro-Russian as well. I believe she was the one who negotiated those corrupt gas deals with Russia before Yanukovich took power.


Whoa, she may be more not less corrupt (or practical, if you like her), but "very pro-Russian" she isn't
2014-02-23 08:41:00 AM
1 votes:

HotWingAgenda: Alphax: I was never sure why Yulia went to prison.. just because he could do it?

Because Russia couldn't get away with assassinating her after their botched assassination attempt on a Yushchenko, but they still needed to send a threatening message to anyone else thinking about opposing them.


My understanding is that Yulia Tymoshenko is very pro-Russian as well.  I believe she was the one who negotiated those corrupt gas deals with Russia before Yanukovich took power.

If the Kremlin had any problem with Tymoshenko it's that she wasn't enough of a corrupt, boorish, strongman (or even strongwoman) type, and that's the kinda guy Putin wants in power.  She still tried to maintain some semblance of a free market economy in Ukraine.

Also, she was not the richest person in Ukraine before being thrown in prison, and she's not the richest now either.  There are a handful of oligarchs ahead of her (at least). see this  wiki link for some names.
2014-02-23 07:16:09 AM
1 votes:
When people are "ruled" instead of "led" things tend to get ugly.  Our politicians would do well to learn some discretion from the Ukraine.
2014-02-23 07:14:02 AM
1 votes:

Orange-Pippin: More pics if anyone is interested...


For whatever it's worth, the toilet pic is not from Yanukovych's place, and has been floating around the Internet for at least two years. Would fit right in, though.
2014-02-23 07:13:15 AM
1 votes:

Orange-Pippin: More pics if anyone is interested...

[s28.postimg.org image 500x673]

[s10.postimg.org image 583x437]


Alphax: [img.fark.net image 500x673]

Now that's what you call a Golden Throne.


That toilet is probably from somewhere else and not his, picture existed before on the net.
2014-02-23 07:07:21 AM
1 votes:

LewDux: ekdikeo4: mongbiohazard: ekdikeo4: ... so "protestors" just took over this country's government, and they are completely restrained when visitng the deposed leader's residence, choosing to treat it like a photo op and vacation visit?

what doesn't make sense here?


It would actually make no sense to destroy it all. All that shiat was bought with their money, by keeping the assets intact they can recoup some of the wealth for their country. Also they can find incriminating documentation in there. Lastly, they can use the photos and videos of the opulence for propaganda purposes ("See what we were dealing with, rest of the world?").

Do you just instantly assume that all people protesting/revolting against their government are unhinged savages who are incapable of rational thought or self-control?

No, but I would assume that once a large group of protestors have deposed the guy, they would usually destroy all his shiat.  At least, that's what usually happens, isn't it?

Not every group of protesters is mob


I think the rooskies did a pretty good job of keeping the tsars treasures intact too.
2014-02-23 07:04:46 AM
1 votes:

ekdikeo4: mongbiohazard: ekdikeo4: ... so "protestors" just took over this country's government, and they are completely restrained when visitng the deposed leader's residence, choosing to treat it like a photo op and vacation visit?

what doesn't make sense here?


It would actually make no sense to destroy it all. All that shiat was bought with their money, by keeping the assets intact they can recoup some of the wealth for their country. Also they can find incriminating documentation in there. Lastly, they can use the photos and videos of the opulence for propaganda purposes ("See what we were dealing with, rest of the world?").

Do you just instantly assume that all people protesting/revolting against their government are unhinged savages who are incapable of rational thought or self-control?

No, but I would assume that once a large group of protestors have deposed the guy, they would usually destroy all his shiat.  At least, that's what usually happens, isn't it?


Not every group of protesters is mob
2014-02-23 06:54:23 AM
1 votes:

mongbiohazard: ekdikeo4: ... so "protestors" just took over this country's government, and they are completely restrained when visitng the deposed leader's residence, choosing to treat it like a photo op and vacation visit?

what doesn't make sense here?


It would actually make no sense to destroy it all. All that shiat was bought with their money, by keeping the assets intact they can recoup some of the wealth for their country. Also they can find incriminating documentation in there. Lastly, they can use the photos and videos of the opulence for propaganda purposes ("See what we were dealing with, rest of the world?").

Do you just instantly assume that all people protesting/revolting against their government are unhinged savages who are incapable of rational thought or self-control?


No, but I would assume that once a large group of protestors have deposed the guy, they would usually destroy all his shiat.  At least, that's what usually happens, isn't it?
2014-02-23 06:52:35 AM
1 votes:

wildbill0712: I really don't get the 'OMG, he had a big bathtub and helicopter pad' outrage. How is this that much different than the hundreds of politicians in the US that miraculously become multi-millionaires while in office?


Yeah, it's pad they are "outraged" about
2014-02-23 06:09:41 AM
1 votes:
Here is what CNN says:

Ukraine's president calls efforts to push him from office a 'coup'

Hmm, the President's house is occupied, at least 17 people died yesterday, and the protesters are now in charge of the government.   Coup is french for blow, and is short for the phrase coup d'etat, blow against the state, and is usually reserved for a violent deposing of a government.

How is this anything but a 'coup'?   I mean, literally and figuratively? I'm sure it is a blow to the Ukraine president.

CNN sucks.
2014-02-23 06:09:06 AM
1 votes:
img.fark.net

Now that's what you call a Golden Throne.
2014-02-23 05:55:19 AM
1 votes:
More pics if anyone is interested...

s28.postimg.org

s10.postimg.org
2014-02-23 05:26:25 AM
1 votes:
"On tonight's episode of 'American Ukrainian Greed'......"
2014-02-23 04:36:55 AM
1 votes:
power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely.
2014-02-23 04:32:35 AM
1 votes:

HotWingAgenda: narkor: Yulia Tymoshenko was believed to be the richest person in Ukraine http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yulia_Tymoshenko - so it's interesting that social media is having a go at the person who replaced her for being a rich bastard.

My first thought as well.


I think the point is that he was an academic who became a politician and in theory was never in fact wealthy at all. He literally just bought all this using public money, treating the public purse as a personal account in the fashion of all dictators.

The issue of how Tymoshenko got rich is of course controversial (put me on the 'all the oligarchs are thieves and should be in jail' list).. but not in the same way as this at least.
2014-02-23 04:27:09 AM
1 votes:

narkor: Yulia Tymoshenko was believed to be the richest person in Ukraine http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yulia_Tymoshenko - so it's interesting that social media is having a go at the person who replaced her for being a rich bastard.


Did she get rich before or DURING her time as a government leader?  The details are important, here.
2014-02-23 04:23:09 AM
1 votes:

Alphax: I was never sure why Yulia went to prison.. just because he could do it?


Because Russia couldn't get away with assassinating her after their botched assassination attempt on a Yushchenko, but they still needed to send a threatening message to anyone else thinking about opposing them.
2014-02-23 04:14:11 AM
1 votes:
I was never sure why Yulia went to prison.. just because he could do it?
2014-02-23 04:10:14 AM
1 votes:

narkor: Yulia Tymoshenko was believed to be the richest person in Ukraine http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yulia_Tymoshenko - so it's interesting that social media is having a go at the person who replaced her for being a rich bastard.


My first thought as well.
2014-02-23 04:08:43 AM
1 votes:

gnarlywizzard: this is from the backyard somewhere. kinda spooky if you ask me.
<img src="http://i.imgur.com/Sh6dEFi.jpg" width="850" height="850">


I think he was trying to send a message. Birds eat the rotting human flesh of the crucified, but if there is no one around to crucify then they are only left to eat each other.

Or he was making a reference to Bob Marley's Three Little Birds.
Don't worry about a thing, 'Cause every little thing gonna be all right.
2014-02-23 03:28:35 AM
1 votes:
this is from the backyard somewhere. kinda spooky if you ask me.
i.imgur.com
2014-02-23 03:27:53 AM
1 votes:
pbs.twimg.com
I guess this guy was also the Jay Leno of Soviet cars.
2014-02-23 01:43:28 AM
1 votes:
... so "protestors" just took over this country's government, and they are completely restrained when visitng the deposed leader's residence, choosing to treat it like a photo op and vacation visit?

what doesn't make sense here?
2014-02-23 12:24:38 AM
1 votes:

fusillade762: [i.dailymail.co.uk image 850x574]

A protester poses in a bathtub

Nothing says opulence like having a bathtub for your rocks.


Man I imagine they hold heat really well, though.  I have a big bathtub, but it's not deep enough to hold rocks.
 
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