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Przelotnyptak1 - | 230    
19 Jan 2019  #151
Don't believe the BS that's coming from some Americans here who call the Democrats "socialists"

Well well.Here is the guy with the clue looks to me like a huge egg on his face, probably whole omelet, and a big bruise ,bleeding nose,

numerous bumps on the pointy head .Alexandria Ocasio Cortez with the help of half of democratic Congress, and every other perverted, member of minority groups

viciously attacked , cowardly ally. Weapons were mostly purses umbrellas occasional rock ,yet the most hurtful were words . What you mean not socialists you scum?
and way behind ,on the verge of heart attack breathing laboriously Bernie Sanders and don't forget we are committed communist also, you frigin lowlife

Yeah I witness the whole ugly episode with my own eyes Honestly:))).
Rich Mazur 5 | 2,582    
19 Jan 2019  #152
Then, he did the wrong thing. Hitting right back, Trump style, is the way. The harder, the better, to help the America haters develop the Pavlovian reflex which in plain language goes: don't f*** with us.
TheOther 5 | 3,704    
19 Jan 2019  #153
@Przelotnyptak1

Can you translate that gibberish to English, please? You sound as if you need some urgent medical attention.
Rich Mazur 5 | 2,582    
19 Jan 2019  #154
No idea why, but anyway, it's just American white trash. Nothing particularly special ;)

In any of the almost 17,000 posts, did you ever use the term "American black trash", or "American Latino trash", or "American Chinese trash", or "American Indian trash", or "American Muslim trash", or is the word "trash" reserved exclusively when you are posting about the American whites?
Torq 25 | 2,362    
19 Jan 2019  #155
ima purest pole of them all (...) my favorite dish is slonina with cebula with a subtle touch of ocet.

Hm...

There is nothing distinctly Polish about vinegar, onions are used more widely in French or Italian cuisines, and słonina is rarely eaten in Poland (it's more of a Russian thing).

I think I have just solved the riddle of your origin, Greg... or should I rather say "Grisha"?
Crow 147 | 7,416    
  19 Jan 2019  #156
IME słonina is used more as a spice (sliced into cubes and added to some dishes) and not eaten on its own.

nonsense. I sometimes eaten slanina (yes, we who are still Serbs say `slanina`) on its own. As anything in Slavic vocabulary, `slanina` is also logical naturally formed word in time immemorial.

`so` or `sol` = salt
`slano` = salted
`slanina` = meat exposed to salt
`slano meso` = salted meat
Crow 147 | 7,416    
19 Jan 2019  #157
Me, too. Females vagina is great wonder.
jon357 65 | 13,988    
19 Jan 2019  #158
There is absolutely no indication of a physical death

Hahahaha

Does your 'Akt zgonu politycznego' exist anywhere except the nasty juvenile malice of Młodzież Wszechpolska? Is it in the dictionary? Have people heard of these documents?

No, but Akt Zgonu does exist. It means Death Certificate. Stop being obtuse and thinking you can fool people by trying to playing with words to excuse the shoddy behaviour of student neo-fascists...
mafketis 16 | 6,398    
19 Jan 2019  #159
onsense. I sometimes eaten slanina (yes, we who are still Serbs say `slanina`) on its own

How very nice for you. However, I was referring to Poland where słonina is not commonly eaten on its own (unlike Ukraine, Belarus and Hungary).

I got feeling that it has something with Germany.

I think it would be very interesting to do a can of your brain to figure out how it's wired.... I'm sure that a number of neurologists could make a nice career writing up papers of what they found....
bolek_tusk 3 | 290    
19 Jan 2019  #160
When the wing gets broken

A birch tree is capable of breaking the wing of a large airplane travelling at speed?

What was it made of? Reinforced concrete?

On 9/11 two planes flew into the twin towers and they went through them like a knife through butter....

The birch tree story makes no sense at all.
Crow 147 | 7,416    
  19 Jan 2019  #161
In my brain Pope from Rome is a sith lord and Patriarch from Constantinople is his apprentice, kind of Darth Wader.
Torq 25 | 2,362    
19 Jan 2019  #162
:D

A lot of things going on in your brain, aren't there Crow?

Good to see some things don't change. :)
mafketis 16 | 6,398    
19 Jan 2019  #163
aren't there Crow?

Watch out! I just got a warning for teasing crow.... he's apparenlty a protegowany of the mods.
dolnoslask 5 | 2,417    
19 Jan 2019  #164
Females vagina is great wonder.

I think crow has just discovered women, that's great don't you think :)

Well done brat Crow
Rich Mazur 5 | 2,582    
  19 Jan 2019  #165
Get one. They are on sale this week. And they run on 115 as well as 220 so you can take it with you when you travel. And, it will never smell bad if you don't use it.

No, I don't own one, so don't go there.
dolnoslask 5 | 2,417    
  19 Jan 2019  #166
they run on 115 as well as 220

A guy I worked with in Texas bought one of those but forgot to switch it back to 115v after a trip to the UK, brings a hole new meaning to Texan barbecue.
Ironside 47 | 9,287    
19 Jan 2019  #167
anywhere except the nasty juvenile malice of Młodzież Wszechpolska?

You have a lot of time here with your fantasies. Enjoy.

Don't mind the facts.
cms neuf - | 651    
19 Jan 2019  #168
No indication of death except a certificate that looks like an actual death certificate - how would you feel Bolek if one of those was posted on your door or on your kids locker at school ?
Rich Mazur 5 | 2,582    
19 Jan 2019  #169
That was funny even with the voltage in reverse.
If it ran good in the UKistan, it would run a lot slower, if at all, in the US and he would have to wait a long time for the happy ending. What was his Plan B?
Rich Mazur 5 | 2,582    
19 Jan 2019  #170
Give it some time and he will discover more body parts and orifices.
BTW, nobody is teasing nobody. We are all happy and wish him well while he is still here rather than in the arms of Svetovit, or what's his name?
Tacitus 2 | 749    
19 Jan 2019  #171
Salvini is also alot more interested in Moscow than Warsaw

Salvini has also stated that if it turned out impossible to reduce the refugee flow to Italy to 0, he would press for a relocation of refugees. He also stated that he wanted more money from Bruessels because of the burden caused by the refugees. So in short they are bound to disagree with each others political aims.
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 9,660    
19 Jan 2019  #172
Yup...but it's like in real life: Sometimes it has to become worse before it can get better.

On the other hand, it is really time for Brussels and also Berlin to accept that the current immigration policy doesn't work and is not widely accepted and only helps these guys.

They need to change that!
TheOther 5 | 3,704    
  19 Jan 2019  #173
what curdled some mod's scrotum (or corresponding lady part).

LOL
Rich Mazur 5 | 2,582    
19 Jan 2019  #174
Sometimes it has to become worse before it can get better.

It never gets better from within. 1776, 1789, 1917, 1945, 1989.
That 1945 is about Japan. We had to barbecue a few for the Japs to get better. The 1989 happened because we, the US, kicked the chair from underneath the USSR, not because of the "progressives". These m-f***rs loved the Soviet Union and Stalin was their God.
Ironside 47 | 9,287    
19 Jan 2019  #175
You know I don't do links anymore. Not on PF.
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 9,660    
19 Jan 2019  #176
Yeah...well...then I post them for you! :)
Przelotnyptak1 - | 230    
19 Jan 2019  #177
Can you translate that gibberish to English, please? You sound as if you need some urgent medical attention

Excuse me ? So now you claim to be a dochtore ? With out a doubt, your medical diagnosis, are as accurate, as your knowledge of American politics.

.Ironically ,I have no problem deciphering your insane ,nonsensical, political assumptions, no translator necessary. To return the favor, ,let me give you free
,honest opinion. Your writing is a row of never ending piles of excrement , that you are trying to pass as knowledge.
Asking for something substantive from pencil neck libtard ,would equal impossibility
Rich Mazur 5 | 2,582    
19 Jan 2019  #178
I really would like to help you but your PM is locked.
TheOther 5 | 3,704    
19 Jan 2019  #179
Gibberish

Hothagow othagold othagare yothagou? Que?
Rich Mazur 5 | 2,582    
19 Jan 2019  #180
Can you translate that gibberish to English, please? You sound as if you need some urgent medical attention.

Excuse me ? So now you claim to be a dochtore ? With out a doubt, your medical diagnosis, are as accurate, as your knowledge of American politics.

Ironically ,I have no problem deciphering your insane ,nonsensical, political assumptions, no translator necessary. To return the favor, ,let me give you free
,honest opinion. Your writing is a row of never ending piles of excrement that you are trying to pass as knowledge. Asking for something substantive from pencil neck libtard would equal impossibility


I hope this helps.


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