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SOME OBSERVATIONS ABOUT POLAND AND POLISH SOCIETY


Piorun - | 658
8 Jul 2010 #241
Sounding rather quintessentially English there, old boy!

I do try my lady.

Do you provide a popcorn voucher with the on-line trolling course?

Of course not, have you ever seen a thief giving something away for free?, but I will make an exception in your case if you sign up.
OP Sun and Moon 2 | 28
8 Jul 2010 #242
popcorn anyone?

is it made of polish maiz crop?

just read the following news item and ponder on my perception in which i clearly said that us wants a buffer zone or scape goat for defence shield and poland is the best place for it but magda laughed at it while having popcorn in hand and torq bursted at me out of his hatred and racist attitude. But no one can deny the facts of life. let us see what comes out with new president.

Missile defense near the Russian border

Last year, in the spirit of "reset" of ties with Russia, Obama announced a new missile defense system, which in the first phase will be completed by 2011 and will involve sea-based SM-3 interceptor missiles and in the second phase (sometime around 2015) will see upgraded SM-3s put on the ground in Southern and Central Europe. Obama and Russian President Dmitry Medvedev also agreed to hold consultations on the matter.

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f stop 25 | 2,507
9 Jul 2010 #243
so let me get this straight - US just barges in uninvited and "gives" Poland a battery of Patriot missiles (at mil$ a piece, at least), and will hand over the interceptors (about $10mil each!) and Russia objects? Jealous?

And are we sure Poland is not paying for it?
Oh, wait... do the gifts come with US troops?
Seanus 15 | 19,674
9 Jul 2010 #244
Keep the US troops out! The German Chancellor resigned over that issue and the Japanese PM too, I believe. It is highly divisive and the US is already doing shady things in remote Polish forests according to Russia Today.

Poland needs to keep its nose clean. They have been lucky enough to avoid incurring the wrath of terrorists so we don't need any stirring of the hornet's nest. Poland is quite a pure society and I can live with that. We don't need foreign intervention here.
Piorun - | 658
10 Jul 2010 #245
Oh, wait... do the gifts come with US troops?

People get it strait, there are no gifts and no one gives Poland a battery of Patriot missiles so you have nothing to ***** about, you should be glad Poland lets the Americans play with their toys in our sandbox. Read the news carefully first contingent of American troops with their toys that arrived in Poland at the end of May is back at their base in Kaiserslautern Germany with their precious toys intact I might add so the only thing American taxpayers pays for is a very expansive field trip for their boys, I suppose they need a holiday once in a while and some fresh air. Now Poland hosts a second contingent from the same base and yes they also brought their toys with them. In a month’s time they’ll be back home at their base where they belong and let me assure you that like a vigilant mother Uncle Sam will make sure that none of the toys are left behind in the sand box when their kids are done playing. Those are just training exercises and if you have a problem paying for summer camp, complain to your congressman but don’t delude yourself that you’re giving something away.
OP Sun and Moon 2 | 28
10 Jul 2010 #246
at least i do not agree with all of u. rules did not pemit the complete publication. just see the asia times on line from 10th of july and see the title article that how usa and russia are going to reset the game. u will understand the great game being played with poland. keep in mind information of this great game is also coming from a renowned indian diplomat mr b kumar. u see torq and magda.
Seanus 15 | 19,674
14 Jul 2010 #247
It seems to be acceptable not to thank sb for a service given. When I directed a guy the other day (he was in a car), he just drove off without saying thank you. What a prize twat!
OP Sun and Moon 2 | 28
17 Jul 2010 #248
you should be glad Poland lets the Americans play with their toys in our sandbox

in our language there is a famous saying that when pigeon sees the cat and becomes sure that now she is goign to catch him or her, he or she what ever the case may closes his or her eyes and considers himself or herslef safe from the cruel clutchers of cat. same seems to be true about your perception of americans. all the way they have come to play thier toys in your sandboxes. probably they did the same in vietnam, iraq, afganistan. i will suggest u to please buy a popcorn, rather a popcon ice cream, enjoy its flavour and amuse urself when americans will play with their toys in your sandboxes. u call them sanboxes. really what a country and what a lot of people it has!
Seanus 15 | 19,674
18 Jul 2010 #249
I like the sense of folk tradition. Baltic and Balkan countries do well in this area too :) Today, a gypsy was playing accordion out on the street in a local housing estate and waiting for people to throw down money. Quite a new thing for me. He was playing sth very similar to 'Dance Me To The End Of Love' by the great Leonard Cohen. Busking in a housing estate is odd but his musical talent was impressive.
Dudeski - | 25
18 Jul 2010 #250
In one of the previous posts Sun and Moon mentioned the condition of Polish public toilets...well, I live in London and I have to say that British public toilets are the mess. Of course if you find one that is. Most of the time you have to use the toilet in the nearest pub.

One more think - I used to rent a room in a Polish house with Polish family in northern part of London. Every room, kitchen, toilet in the house was extremely clean.

I couldn't say the same think about a British house where I used to live with Britons in the west London.
Amathyst 19 | 2,702
18 Jul 2010 #251
You poor puppy, those nasty dirty Brits, shame on them the filthy beasts! :(

information of this great game is also coming from a renowned indian diplomat mr b kumar

He's so renowned no one on here has heard of him?
king polkakamon - | 542
18 Jul 2010 #252
in our language there is a famous saying that when pigeon sees the cat and becomes sure that now she is goign to catch him or her, he or she what ever the case may closes his or her eyes and considers himself or herslef safe from the cruel clutchers of cat.

Does this describe Indians?

dont want to disclose my religious bondage

A cross dildo?
f stop 25 | 2,507
18 Jul 2010 #253
'Dance Me To The End Of Love' by the great Leonard Cohen. Busking in a housing estate is odd but his musical talent was impressive.

love that song.. and I appreciate the post. My new credo "to try at least half as hard to find good in people, as much as I dwell on the negatives".
Seanus 15 | 19,674
19 Jul 2010 #254
Yeah, it's a work in progress to draw out the good in people. Ah well, neutrality with people isn't all bad. Some people you just can't win with. Esp the old hags ;)
OP Sun and Moon 2 | 28
20 Jul 2010 #255
He's so renowned no one on here has heard of him?

those who live in self created gattoes, some times even dont know who their neighbor is, even in thier whole life. so fault lies with ignorant poles who are least intrested in internaitonal affairs. they are just interested in popcorns made of Maiz cultivated in poland.

One more think - I used to rent a room in a Polish house with Polish family in northern part of London. Every room, kitchen, toilet in the house was extremely clean.

you may be right once upon a time. warsaw is capitol of poland. come to its main station centralney. you will find sign of wc underground. jut go there. you have to pay 2 pln for a shi shi. no one can stay there even for 15 seconds. at least my half pipi went up from where it came and i had to run away from this filthy stinking place. and mind you as per some of you i come from shity india. this is poland biggest city and every outsider comes here to visit. ok go to palace of culture. enter go right down stairs. pipi is free but to do pipi there one has to have a stamina of elephant. please try to understand this fact that poles as a whole entity do not care cleanliness and do not like clean atmosphere. i have given you concrete proofs. visit both above mentioned places and you will see the facts. hi hi
ShortHairThug - | 1,101
20 Jul 2010 #256
those who live in self created gattoes, some times even dont know who their neighbor is, even in thier whole life. so fault lies with ignorant poles who are least intrested in internaitonal affairs.

When it comes to Indian Diplomats the news is rather grim and depressing like the recent case of then Consul General of India in New York who was sued by her former domestic help for allegedly subjecting her to slavery. Case was dismissed by Indian courts because the young lady that sued had disappeared upon her return to India.

As for public WC; it's still a step up for someone of Indian descent where more people have access to mobile phone service then having a toilet in the house or even an access to filthy public toilets. People there really squat wherever they please,

see the facts. hi hi

youtube.com/watch?v=orIFs72HGmM
king polkakamon - | 542
20 Jul 2010 #257
you have to pay 2 pln for a shi shi. no one can stay there even for 15 seconds.

In India I suppose you can shi shi for free on pavements or do you have to pay?And of course you can enjoy it for more than 15 seconds.

at least my half pipi went up from where it came

Did you drink it?

pipi is free but to do pipi there one has to have a stamina of elephant.

Are you the elephant man?

hi hi

Hi hi or pi pi?
tow_stalin - | 57
21 Jul 2010 #258
soon and moon, i have some thoughts about what you said here.

i agree with you - poland does not belong to western culture, represented by france, spain or italy. just like you said - poland isn't looking like those countries, isn't the same like those countries, so it cannot be a part of western world. how genius you are. let's take a look for finland. using your way of thinking finland isn't a part o western culture - it's a country to the north-east of poland, thats first. it's even colder there than in poland, so much, much colder than in italy - another HUGE difference between finland and latin culture. they are even whiter than poles, maybe both nations are part of some odd "snow culture of non-latin and non-western europe"?

do you know any of their national football player being black? not a single one? that's shame... how many mosques is in finland? maybe still not enough? maybe because finnish are rasists? maybe that's why they have morea ikea's than mosque's? what a great idea... and last but not least - finland isn't looking just like spain or france, lots of non-latin-culture lakes and forests with non-latin trees :)

so conclusion is: pray to not be dropped to finland.

have a nice day.
tow.stalin, the homophobic pole :)
ShortHairThug - | 1,101
21 Jul 2010 #259
Tow_stalin aka (Sun and Moon) a piece of advice if I may, there’s no need to create a separate account just to pet yourself on the back. Trolling is a fine art, style of writing aside (which is a dead giveaway in this case) there’s one huge mistake which no self respecting Pole would ever make. Tonight’s homework assignment; try to figure out what it is.
Seanus 15 | 19,674
22 Jul 2010 #260
I think hypochondria is costing Poland dearly. Negative mental conditioning has led to the situation where all too many people head off to the hospital at the first sign of anything remotely wrong. People with a genuine problem like me have been enrolled into the abrupt culture of getting people in and out as fast as possible. Some delicate cases take longer but I think doctors are getting fed up with 'soft' patients who just whittle their time away. Time to stop seeing patients as a mere box to tick but it is the people that have brought that about through their weakness.
southern 74 | 7,074
22 Jul 2010 #261
One of my polish gfs after continuously visiting hospitals managed to become overweight by taking cortisol and addicted to anxiolytics.She also managed to get 2-3 minor operations and she is only 25 years old.Another one started antiepileptics.

But czech girls tend to have accidents more often maybe because of sports.
Magdalena 3 | 1,837
22 Jul 2010 #262
She also managed to get 2-3 minor operations and she is only 25 years old.Another one started antiepileptics.

Did you even start considering the possibility of them being genuinely ill? Nobody prescribes anti-epileptic medication to people just like that. No, not even in Poland! ;->
king polkakamon - | 542
22 Jul 2010 #263
of them being genuinely ill?

The one went from hospital to hospital,she had some allergies but there was no reason to take cortison for so long.The other exacerbated the symptoms in my opinion I don't know but polish seem to visit the doctor very often.(another one asked me to buy her some pills for STD can you imagine that,she did not even know why they prescribed her these pills,I was shocked.)
Magdalena 3 | 1,837
22 Jul 2010 #264
pills for STD

Is there medication specifically targeted at STDs? I thought it was mostly antibiotics of different kinds?
dtaylor5632 18 | 2,004
22 Jul 2010 #265
Is there medication specifically targeted at STDs?

Of course, look at the treatment of HIV.
JustysiaS 13 | 2,239
22 Jul 2010 #266
specifically targeted at STDs

prevention is the best method:

for men

for women

;-D
tow_stalin - | 57
22 Jul 2010 #267
ShortHairThug

my previous post was sarcastic...

best regards :)
OP Sun and Moon 2 | 28
23 Jul 2010 #268
so conclusion is: pray to not be dropped to finland.

have a nice day.
tow.stalin, the homophobic pole :)

It is good to note that at least a few Poles call a cat a cat. I mean have the courage to accept the truth and not like Torq or Terri who always put others on defence and do not bother to peep through their own breast or neck. To me comparison of a Pole to a Finish is inappropriate. If you read my initial posts you will realise that I raised the observation that Poles tend to adopt a posture to which they do not fit at least currently. It is a famous proverb that crow started copying the style of seagill and in that attempt forgot even its own style. Merely possession of white skin does not give you a license to become a Western European. It takes score of years to achieve some thing. So advise is ( with special reference to women) try to digest the freedom and money though donated by others and time will come when Poles may be standing shoulder to shoulder to Western Europeans. Experience soem fresh complexed behaviour of Poles.

Last week one Pole was caught doing some thing wrong in London. He was admonished only not to repeat the act. To my surprise when asked from which country he comes, Niederland was his reply. What a shame that he could not tell that he is a Pole.

Dr took few Zt and wrote the medicines on the name of some other patient. The person who got the recept was not authorised to get these Medicines on his documents.

While looking for car parking on main railway station a drunken Pole came and helped in Parking for an empty space and ordered not to get a parking ticket from machine. Later got 2 ZT and let the car go out. Accross the entrence Police was viewing and giving a smile both to customer and to this self made guarding of Car Park.

Above could be very small events but speak of psyche of a Nation. I have refused to drive on the roads of Warsaw as Poles are always crossing you from left. None can dare so in Western European Countreis including Finland. So is the situation here in Poland and I must end it by repeating what a country Poland is

Very intresting to note that another thread has come up with the title that are the POLES A NATION OF THIEVES: It is also a very valid observation. Very clumsy argument some one gave that since Poles were conquered as such they developed the habits of stealing and cheating etc. What a stupid argument. Afghans are since centuries in this situation but you will never find such filthy habits in them. There is some thign wrong with the psyche of whole nation and probably all of them need therapy by some Psychartist.

What you will say to this observation. In the parking of Carrefore, one Pole with yellow shirt is on duty. His job is to collect the shopping trolleys and put thiem in order. He has twin prong type pins in his hand. When he sees some one coming to return the trolley, he is findling with the already standing trolley with his two prong pins so that next comer can get his or her 2 Zt back. Poor customer is trying hard but fails and at the end leaves the effort to get his 2 Zt back. Comes a smile on the face of this man and the moment coustomer leaves, his hand works and with his two prong pins he earns his 2 Zt by getting it out from the slot. It was very amusing for me to see this game for one hour. He hunted six customers in this period. A unique experience which one even can not have in third world ****** countries. What a nation and what a country.
f stop 25 | 2,507
26 Jul 2010 #269
some thieves are very ingenious! It's been said that if some of the more enterprising ones devoted as much effort to honest work as they do to their schemes, they would be successful businesmen.

That said, I don't know anyone in my family that steals, so I resent the idea that this is a Polish trait. Now, if anyone of them were to become a drug addict, for example, then all the bets are off. My point is that stealing is not a genetic trait, but most probably a result of circumstances.

Snap! Wrong thread. Oh well.
Seanus 15 | 19,674
27 Jul 2010 #270
The bumblers are out today. Well, they have been out all summer really. A lot of aimless walking around ;)


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