Type: Posts; User: Diamondeye
"A Flush Away: The World as We Know It."
The manner in which your magnificent bowel movement settled in the toilet bowl is amazingly reminiscent of how third world countries are suffocating from the subjugation of corporate imperialism.
The putrid aroma is clearly directed at exposing those in its presence to the utter revulsion the artist felt while attempting to advance herself in this male-dominated world.
One's garbage is another's art.
I don't get it, but I won't judge the perspective of someone willing to pay of fortune for this "piece."
Without Germany, there would not be an EU. Their political influence within the EU is pretty much infallible.
"Something" will be done, but it will likely be additional posturing more than anything else.
What I find somewhat striking is how quiet the Germans have been in all his, especially relative to...
That's not happening anytime in the foreseeable future.
The idea that Russia is at any imminent risk of becoming economically isolated is laughable. They're too important and involved in the...
Economic war is the biggest risk here.
The EU is scared ****less of the prospect of Putin shutting off the gas.
That's why the shooting down of the airliner won't change much in terms of how...
This seems pretty ****ing stupid to me.
If you want to insert PC inclusiveness into the comic world, then CREATE NEW CHARACTERS THAT REFLECT IT!
What's next? A queer Hulk?
I'm also going to say this (fit me for a shiny hat, if you will), but I'm starting to wonder what REALLY happened here.
Personally, my faith in coincidence has been greatly shaken with this...
The issue is that most of the hard evidence has evidently been confiscated by the Rebels and, by extension, Russia.
Putin can plausibly attribute the communications as erroneous "heat of the...
Yeah, no doubt, but the claim was alluding to the spin the Russian media was putting on it, which would not be shocking.
Current reports are that the black box is in Russia.
There is a guy on CNN right now claiming that the Russian media is conveying this as an assassination attempt on Putin.
If that's the case, wow! Is Putin willing to go THAT far to gain Russian...
I doubt it.
That Russian energy flow is vital to the EU economy.
They're not going to take a degree of economic action against Russia that could jeopardize that.
Does a bug have any chance against a boot?
Quite a day in this world of ours.
If/how they fully disclose it is another issue.
Pentagon saying it was a large missile, perhaps originating in Russian territory.
Perhaps, they assumed they were safe at the altitude? I don't know, but it seems idiotic on the surface.
He definitely would not target a commercial plane deliberately, but there's the possibility the Russian military shot it down, mistaking it for something else.
If that's the case, a potential...
The media needs to seriously taper on the speculation at this point.
They're conjecturing that Putin may have done this deliberately in retaliation to the most recent sanctions.
Calm the ****...
You're right, assuming it was the separatists, but IF the Russians shot this down, "Holy geopolitical crisis, Batman!"
The tinfoil-sphere is complete meltdown mode right now.
That basically reinforces my point.
The Europeans, and, by extension, the founders of the United States, directly overthrew their tyrants and installed their own forms of governance.
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