Taxi Driver (1976) by Martin Scorcese

demtagseindeutscheswort:

Szókimondó szavak, vigyázat.

Provokatív, megosztó címadás! Remek nyelv a standard német német egyébként, nincsen vele bajom, ismerek szexi embereket, akik nagyon szépen beszélik, ach, komm schon, Peter, das ist doch furchtbar, mondják, és rebegtetik hozzá kedvesen a szempillájuk, de a magyarokat a tanulására kényszeríteni elbaszottul nevetséges és borzasztó. Szerintem hagyni kéne a picsába az egészet, és tanuljunk az iskolában inkább osztrákul. Vagy svájciul. Hallod, nekem mindegy. Most pontokba fogom szedni, hogy miért.

Inkább az erdélyi szász nyelvet kellene megőrizni és újra elterjeszteni. Veretes, történelmi, és mások úgysem teszik meg helyettünk.

Egy kis aegrishkächen?

Mondjon már nekem valaki

rpszt:

neukurucz:

valami jó kis túlélő-horror játékot, ami hasonlít a Penumbra-részekhez, a Call of Cthulhu-hoz, az Amnesia-epizódokhoz és az Outlasthoz!

Rettegni van kedvem.

Dead Space 1 és 2, esetleg?

System Shock 2, impossible nehézség, éjjel.

SHTUP kiegészítő ajánlott.

Hodorkovszkij Svájcból biztatja tüntetésre az oroszokat

Nap híre (ORIGO).

Ad notam:

”Trenka Tivadar vezérőrnagy, hadosztályparancsnok úrnak. Innen a távolból súlyos vastagbél­fekélyemmel köszöntöm a Moszkva kapuit döngető hadosztály tiszti és altiszti karát, tiszteseit és legénységét.”

couleurlocale:


Clark Gable & Marion Davies in Cain and Mabel, 1936

ice bucketing before it was cool

couleurlocale:

Clark Gable & Marion Davies in Cain and Mabel, 1936

ice bucketing before it was cool

Chris Hedges: ”Any state that has the ability to inflict full-spectrum dominance on its citizens is not a free state.”

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http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-08-27/gazprom-begins-accepting-payment-oil-ruble-yuan

”According to Russia’s RIA Novosti, citing business daily Kommersant, Gazprom Neft has agreed to export 80,000 tons of oil from Novoportovskoye field in the Arctic; it will accept payment in rubles, and will also deliver oil via the Eastern Siberia-Pacific Ocean pipeline (ESPO), accepting payment in Chinese yuan for the transfers. Meaning Russia will export energy to either Europe or China, and receive payment in either Rubles or Yuan, in effect making the two currencies equivalent as far as the Eurasian axis is conerned, but most importantly, transact completely away from the US dollar thus, finally putin’(sic) in action the move for a Petrodollar-free world.

More on this long awaited first nail in the petrodollar coffin from RIA:

The Russian government and several of the country’s largest exporters have widely discussed the possibility of accepting payments in rubles for oil exports. Last week, Russia began to ship oil from the Novoportovskoye field to Europe by sea. Two oil tankers are expected to arrive in Europe in September.

 According to Kommersant, the payment for these shipments will be received in rubles.

Gazprom Neft will not only accept payments in rubles; subsequent transfers via the ESPO may be paid for in yuan, the newspaper reported.

According to the newspaper, the change in currency was made because of the Western sanctions against Russia.

As a protective measure, Russia decided to avoid making its payments in US dollars, which can be tracked and controlled by the United States government, Kommersant reported.”

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http://blogs.wsj.com/economics/2014/08/26/2008-meltdown-was-worse-than-great-depression-bernanke-says/

Bernanke: 2008 Meltdown Was Worse Than Great Depression

Former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke, a prominent student of the Great Depression, contends that the 2008 financial crisis was actually worse than its 1930s counterpart.

Mr. Bernanke is quoted making the statement in a document filed on Aug. 22 with the U.S. Court of Federal Claims as part of a lawsuit linked to the 2008 government bailout of insurance giant American International Group Inc.AIG +0.14%

“September and October of 2008 was the worst financial crisis in global history, including the Great Depression,” Mr. Bernanke is quoted as saying in the document filed with the court. Of the 13 “most important financial institutions in the United States, 12 were at risk of failure within a period of a week or two.”

Former Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner is quoted in the document offering a similarly apocalyptic assessment. From Sept. 6 through Sept. 22, the economy was essentially “in free fall,” he said.”

And that’s why nobody re-regulated Wall Street, Mr. Chairman?

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oldschoolfrp:

The view upon entering the Vault of the Drow, a domed fault over 6 miles long, with the Black Tower guarding the road ahead.  (Dave Trampier from AD&D module D3: Vault of the Drow, by Gary Gygax, TSR, 1978 & 1980.)

oldschoolfrp:

The view upon entering the Vault of the Drow, a domed fault over 6 miles long, with the Black Tower guarding the road ahead.  (Dave Trampier from AD&D module D3: Vault of the Drow, by Gary Gygax, TSR, 1978 & 1980.)

Welcome to the LPR

http://pando.com/2014/08/26/welcome-to-the-luhansk-peoples-republic-following-the-russian-convoy-into-rebel-held-ukraine/

Welcome to The Luhansk People’s Republic: Following the Russian convoy into rebel-held Ukraine

By Yasha Levine

IZVARINO, LUHANSK PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC — It’s around 12:30 pm and pushing 100 F when Russia’s humanitarian aid convoy finally starts rumbling across the Russian border and into rebel-held Ukrainian territory under heavy militia guard.

In the lead truck, a Russian Orthodox priest rides shotgun, armed with icons and holy water for good luck. There are 300 trucks in all — tank-like army KamAZ semis painted white for the occasion. They spew black exhaust and kick up clouds of grime as they crawl one by one out of the border checkpoint and into the grim Luhansk People’s Republic (LNR), a breakaway pro-Russian separatist region on Ukraine’s eastern border.

I crossed the border into Ukraine on foot with the trucks. LNR’s militia controlled the Ukraine side of the checkpoint, but they were too busy dealing with the convoy. So I passed from Russia proper into rebel-held Ukraine without getting my documents checked.”

etc. People who may or may not be soldiers, refugees, things which may or may not be war crimes, story-hungry journalists, old guy with a scythe, Media Narratives.

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