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(MSN) NewsFlash Russian troops invade the Crimean region of Ukraine. This will not end well   (news.msn.com) divider line 504
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2014-03-02 02:29:37 PM  

Serious Post on Serious Thread: ecl: Serious Post on Serious Thread: I'm torn. They're kinda white so I should probably care. But they were the bad guys in a lot of movies growing up. And they have a weird alphabet.

So can someone tell me how I should feel about this as a generally disinterested American?

/kthxby

Putin wants to outlaw gays and then pals around with them on camera.  America hates Flip-Floppers.

I kinda hate flip-flops too. Maybe on the beach. Or if it's too warm for slippers.

So I'm still in a quandary.


it can be dangerous if somebody steps on your flip-flop from behind while you're walking.
 
2014-03-02 03:15:54 PM  
jchuffyman: In short, since I've posted it in other threads about this. "The Ukraine" is a rough English translation of the Russian practice of treating Ukraine as a region and not a country. The Russian language has no articles, but they use prepositions in a similar manner. There is a preposition you use to say that you are in a country, but you use a different on with Ukraine. And it's the only country in the world where you do.

Like "The Ohio State University"?
 
2014-03-02 04:25:54 PM  

jchuffyman: In short, since I've posted it in other threads about this. "The Ukraine" is a rough English translation of the Russian practice of treating Ukraine as a region and not a country. The Russian language has no articles, but they use prepositions in a similar manner. There is a preposition you use to say that you are in a country, but you use a different on with Ukraine. And it's the only country in the world where you do.


The Netherlands.

But it is highly unusual.
 
2014-03-03 03:25:20 AM  

Triumph: Any thread with the headline "this will not end well" is implicitly laying down the last post gauntlet.


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