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Have many Poles had enough of one another?


JustysiaS 13 | 2,240
24 Aug 2011 #181
ha ha hardly but i wouldn't want my kids running around naked for god knows who to see, they're not animals just little people and they should be dressed in something
gumishu 11 | 5,991
24 Aug 2011 #182
eee tam - who cares if the children run naked - actually it is our fears and induced shames and other not so nice thoughts that make us think it is somehow not ok
JustysiaS 13 | 2,240
24 Aug 2011 #183
who cares if the children run naked

their parents should! if having kids run around naked is alright, then soon enough the peado's will think it's ok to stand there and look or take pictures
gumishu 11 | 5,991
24 Aug 2011 #184
- anyone who stares or takes pictures casts a suspicion on himself, ain't it - I very much doubt any peadophiliac would dare to
pip 10 | 1,659
24 Aug 2011 #185
without bringing the pediophelia factor into all this- my issue with naked kids is the lack of sun protection- I also don't like seeing naked kids because I don't need to get a view of little johnnies butt while he bends over to pick up a shovel. It is all about consideration for your fellow person.
OP Seanus 15 | 19,706
24 Aug 2011 #186
Naked children are very natural. Why do you think naturist videos are legal? Personally, I would still feel inclined to avert my gaze but it's just a little penis and a little vagina, nothing harmful.
toker
25 Aug 2011 #187
that's what perverts have been saying for years. In fact Charles Dodgson aka Lewis Carroll used to ask if his "Alice" could be naked when he met her, as it was so much more "Natural" and herparents went along with itLike Justy said, they're people too.

I wouldn't call it "British paedophilia obsession" I would call it realism.
OP Seanus 15 | 19,706
25 Aug 2011 #188
Well, call me what you will but I was a childminder for 7 years and would have protected those kids with all I had. They must be afforded our protection.

Now, can we get back on track, please? Had enough of one another?
JustysiaS 13 | 2,240
25 Aug 2011 #189
I wouldn't call it "British paedophilia obsession" I would call it realism.

exactly, people should be aware of the dangers and take a proactive approach against any potential danger instead of being blissfully unaware. there is so much evil in this world, just becaue it seems unthinkable to an average, decent person doesn't mean it can't happen. those creeps live and breathe around us.

- anyone who stares or takes pictures casts a suspicion on himself, ain't it - I very much doubt any peadophiliac would dare to

not necessarily if there's a big crowd and nobody's paying attention, the parents will be minding their kids, not looking out for potential perverts. covering up your children is common decency, we live in a civilised society and there should be no genitals, adult or not, on display.

Had enough of one another?

in a nutshell: lets give each other the benefit of the doubt. BE EXCELLENT TO EACH OTHER! E.L.E. ! :)
Wroclaw Boy
25 Aug 2011 #190
PIP: where do you live again? Oh that is right. England.

I only left Poland recently.

PIP: There are loads of service industry, entry level jobs in Poland- in the cities and larger towns. When was the last time you drove through Poland? Do you know that in most smaller towns they are building Biedronkas like wild fire. And Lidl and Polo market and mini tesco and mini carrefour.

1. no there isnt
2. about four months ago, i clocked up around 150,000 miles in Polska over my stay there
3. yes i am aware of that, Lidl's are opening but closing just as fast as they open because Poles dont like german products, especially food, and whilst they are open they operate under a skeleton crew. As for Biedronka, they do very well for themselves I like Biedronka, but one of those in a small town hardly solves the employment problem. They only build them within a certain catchment area anyway, so lets say 40 jobs covering a populated area of about 20,000 = around 0.2 %. Same goes for all the other chains.

LG Phillips in Tyniec mała near Wroclaw was a massive local employer, they paid around 1200 PLN netto.

THERE IS NO WORK IN POLAND and what does exist is nothing less than extreme exploitation.
OP Seanus 15 | 19,706
25 Aug 2011 #191
I think many Poles have had enough of politicians commanding large salaries whilst many normal people think they have all the solutions round the table but aren't being paid for them. It's interesting how that works.
grubas 12 | 1,390
25 Aug 2011 #192
They do?I don't think so.If they had eneugh of it they would do what the Libyans did.So it seems to me that they are still cool with what's going on in the country of Poland.But I can tell you what,if they ever decide to rise up and march on Warsaw I will be in the first line singing Warszawianka.

youtube.com/watch?v=nCIFJfL5XPo
pip 10 | 1,659
25 Aug 2011 #193
because Poles dont like german products, especially food.

totally not true.

I can tell you that there are companies in Warsaw that are expanding- I know this because they are looking for office space- which also means that they are usually looking for more staff.

As for smaller towns- it is similar all over the world.

And as for you recently leaving Poland, you should know then that you blink and there is a new building being constructed in this country.
grubas 12 | 1,390
25 Aug 2011 #194
Poles dont like german products,

No patriotic Pole should be buying any German products because of what they did to Poland not so long ago.I also boycott French (because these cowards didn't help us),Dutch (because of the way they treat Poles in Netherlands) and British products (because of their anti Polish bias) and I encurage all Poles to boycott all products from mentioned countries.
plgrl
25 Aug 2011 #195
Do you know that in most smaller towns they are building

What about those little shop-owners?
pip 10 | 1,659
25 Aug 2011 #196
and I encourage all Poles to boycott all products from mentioned countries.

and if everybody in Poland had this stupid idea than the economy here would be in the toilet- just like the u.s.
Wroclaw Boy
25 Aug 2011 #197
And as for you recently leaving Poland, you should know then that you blink and there is a new building being constructed in this country.

Thats such bull crap, new buildings only serve those at the top, the little people get shafted left, right and centre.

because Poles dont like german products, especially food.

Go into Biedronka and then Lidl, you make the comparison, the only thing i bought form Lidl was their peanuts and occasionally doughnuts, actually they did occasionally have half decent frankfurters, but in general a load of crap. Biedronka is much better.

As for smaller towns- it is similar all over the world.

yeah and....
OP Seanus 15 | 19,706
11 Dec 2011 #198
I think this may get worse with the overused utterance 'masakra'. It lurks like an accomplished assassin that word. I sometimes just stare at those who say it and give them a look as if to say 'really, that bad?'.


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