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Poland - never again


dolnoslask 4 | 1,817    
10 Jun 2018  #481

Now you can shoot me down in flames too

Why would I want to do that, it would break my heart to see all the feathers falling from the sky.

If we went into business with adrian we would have a lease written up between us and set in concrete lol,

Errm most business people I have come across tell the odd porkie nothing new there, and in my experience all sales people tell porkies its just the way it works.

Ziemowit 10 | 2,875    
10 Jun 2018  #482

And your parents' house...........

my parents sold the home around 2007 2008 for I believe 150k.

Ms. Atch, maybe his parents wanted to sell the house for 150k, but while they were struggling to open the double-glazing door opening to the garden, the price abruptly sky-rocketed and eventually finished at 350k. This may have happened in the year 2008 (that year is mentioned in both sentences) and whio knows? it may even happened on the very same day! The markets have often seen prices rocketing or crashing to the levels not seen ever before.
cms neuf - | 236    
10 Jun 2018  #483

There are some bizarre things in this thread but the idea of building a cement factory in a few hectares site in a residential district of Wroclaw is pretty much the weirdest.
Dougpol1 25 | 1,783    
10 Jun 2018  #484

I don't know. That's precisely the reason why back in history I didn't buy a certain secluded property in Katowice next to the forest, surrounded by what I perceived to be agricultural land. With good reason as it turned out, as they built a car parts factory slap bang next to it. There was a glut of brown field sites available - but, the local authority thought hard about it, and decided "Oh no! Let's ruin that quiet green area. That'll teach 'em!"

Successive Polish administrations don't know the meaning of the words "protect the natural environment"
Atch 14 | 2,268    
10 Jun 2018  #485

thats not nice to say is it, I thought you were a nice lady.

I AM nice :)) and I like you Dolno, the question was rhetorical, more of a statement. The point is that I DON'T think you're an idiot. I think you're being awkward for the sake of it.

lets have a budget of 79000 pounds for legals licences and startup the Whole lot is 200,000 pound up and running.

Staff Dolno?? Are they superflous? How many tonnes do you expect to extract? Transport?? As for the profit margins, years and years before you get to that stage. As you well know turnover and profit are very different. Stacks of businesses have turnovers in the millions and operate at a loss. Anyway the whole thing is nonsense. No point in discussing an imaginary cement plant.
johnny reb 15 | 3,231    
10 Jun 2018  #486

but he doesn't always tell the truth as Atch has caught him out doing.

Gee Dirk, I think you may have the girls here steamed to the point that they are now stalking you. lol
Better you then me this time. lol

Successive Polish administrations don't know the meaning of the words "protect the natural environment"

Very sad to see such a beautiful country like Poland get destroyed by it's own administration because of sheer ignorance.
With all the bureaucracy that Poland has to have to have a permit to get a permit it seems they would have very stringent zoning laws.
Dirk diggler 7 | 3,080    
10 Jun 2018  #487

Gee Dirk, I think you may have the girls here steamed to the point that they are now stalking you. lol

What else is new.... if only they were attractive I wouldn't mind
Dirk diggler 7 | 3,080    
10 Jun 2018  #488

Really? And yet that's not what you said at the time. In fact you said..........

Yes my salary was much higher and it takes a while to make a book of business and find new reps to fill a bunch of vacancies in the territory i managed. So yeah for the first 6 months i basically didnt make any commission.

Really? And yet.............

Honestly idk what they sold it for exactly as I dont get involved in what they do with their stuff. It doesn't concern me. But i do know it was several hundred times more than they paid and that's what matters.

Why are you so concerned? Do you not have anything better to do?

By the way I'm also a famous adult film actor... Now go prove me wrong. Just don't get too distracted looking up all the different movies.
Dirk diggler 7 | 3,080    
10 Jun 2018  #489

Atleast now you know i wasn't b.sing about assets as I had that place 3 years ago and that one thing alone accounts for over a mil. Wasn't that your whole.mission for the past week, and actually even longer? Prove that I don't habe x y and z sinxe its bothering you everyday.

Oh what will happen next now that scooby doo and shaggy solved the mystery? I can't wait for next wieek's episode. Maybe now youll try to figure out something equally important like am I really 6 feet tall or do I secretly love radical muslims. Well atleast you're fulfilling a role here as the honesty police, we have enough internet detectives but no one to police them. So thank you for that
OP Rich Mazur 7 | 582    
11 Jun 2018  #490

Another reason why I will not visit Poland again. I just read this:

'Unbreakable' LGBT rainbow installation unveiled in Warsaw after far-Right attacks

What's next? A five-story monument of a male organ next to a comparable-size rectum? I am not going to spend money and 10 hours on a plane to be reminded that some men are mentally defective and do things no parent would ever want to explain to a normal 12-year-old.

I can almost hear this: Daddy, what is this rainbow about? And a follow-up: Daddy, what do gays do? And the final one: I didn't know that it can be used for THAT!

Now I know why I really like Putin.
Dirk diggler 7 | 3,080    
11 Jun 2018  #491

Thay thing regularly gets destroyed by soccer hools every time they put it up. The pride parade use to be illegal I hope they make it illegal soon again.

Atleast its not as bad as the ones in us where gays are allowed to basically be naked and simulate sex in public with zero respect cof

Daddy, what is this rainbow about?

Adoption by gay couples is not allowed in PL. Unlike the US, the institute of marraige is protected by the PL constitution. The majority of poles do not support gays
mafketis 16 | 5,701    
11 Jun 2018  #492

I know why I really like Putin.

Cause he pays you.

I hope they make it illegal soon again

yeah, freedom is a terrible, terrible thing,

Liking Putin and being in favor of human freedom are mutually exclusive.
Ziemowit 10 | 2,875    
11 Jun 2018  #493

Strangely enough, the people on this forum who really like Putin always choose to live in America.
Ziemowit 10 | 2,875    
11 Jun 2018  #494

What's next? A five-story monument of a male organ next to a comparable-size rectum?

Rumour in Warsaw has it that the said monument of a male organ will be Putin's and the rectum will be yours. The cast of your rectum was taken at the time you were staying in Poland. Don't you remember?
dolnoslask 4 | 1,817    
11 Jun 2018  #495

lol casts of arseholes somewhere in a darkened room in the Kremlin, I wonder who else is on the shelf.
OP Rich Mazur 7 | 582    
11 Jun 2018  #496

I threw Putin in to see how predictable some of you are . You are.
OP Rich Mazur 7 | 582    
11 Jun 2018  #497

Adoption by gay couples is not allowed in PL. Unlike the US, the institute of marraige is protected by the PL constitution.

With the above being the facts, erecting a monument to gays in Warsaw is even stranger. I only hope that it is far from Grob Nieznanego Zolnieza.

Punishment for being gay is one thing. Before we get to admiration - which that rainbow thing is - there is tolerance, acceptance, and appreciation. Why would the city of Warsaw leap all the way to admiration? If it's about gay pride, what's there to be proud about? I always thought that pride goes with achievement, not sticking a male organ where it clearly does not belong.

We celebrate heros because we want more heros than cowards. Does Poland want more gays?
Ziemowit 10 | 2,875    
11 Jun 2018  #498

Does Poland want more gays?

Poland wants you to keep out of Poland.
OP Rich Mazur 7 | 582    
11 Jun 2018  #499

I don't care what Poland wants. It's my call.
Ziemowit 10 | 2,875    
11 Jun 2018  #500

what Poland wants

Poland wants more gays.
Dirk diggler 7 | 3,080    
11 Jun 2018  #501

yeah, freedom is a terrible, terrible thing,

Freedom and expressions of depravity are two different things. If youre gay keep that sh1t at home..you won't see hetero people making marches even if they're into polyamory or bdsm or whatever. When's the last time you've heard of a swingers pride parade or s/m pride parade? That's because most people don't feel the need to exhibit their sexuality for all.to see. But gays feel the constant need to shove their sexuality in peoples face with zero respect for families with children who dont want that sh1t on their street. The shove this crap in your face, demand you accept it then if you dont you're a homophobe. Well I for one dont care. Adam and Eve - not Adam and Steve.

Apparently this new rainbow is unbreakable now because the old ones would be destroyed as soon as they were put up. I think eventually theyll destroy or vandalize it to the point where it needs to be taken down anyway.

Bullshit poland wants more gays. Statistics show that the majority of poles reject homosexuality, gay marriage and adoption of kids by gays.
cms neuf - | 236    
11 Jun 2018  #502

Since you don't live here and you don't have any kids to be corrupted then I don't really see why you are so angry about that.

I'm not so sure myself about them adopting kids but if they want to have a march and argue for equal treatment then that is totally fine. Certainly rather that than 60.000 football hooligans tanked up on Warka and speed - that is one thing nobody would let their kids anywhere near.
sggsgs    
11 Jun 2018  #503

express.co.uk/news/world/968828/World-Cup-2018-news-Russia-ultras-football-hooligans
Atch 14 | 2,268    
11 Jun 2018  #504

Atleast now you know i wasn't b.sing about assets as I had that place 3 years ago and that one thing alone accounts for over a mil.

I never disputed that. I remember it well. It's a very extensive thread in which you told the the very sad story of what happened to the land. You sounded like a normal human being then and everybody was very sympathetic to the terrible situation you were in. You really did sound like a different, much more sensible and down to earth person, even acknowledging that the previous valuation of 3,8 million zł, before the damage was way too high. But anyway, it was the "I have 2 million dollars in assets and I made all that in my twenties' nonsense that I was challenging you about. That's simply not true because even if the land in Wrocław was worth a million USA dollars which it isn't, you didn't make that money, the land belonged to your family - and as for the other million, you didn't make that either, not yet :)) maybe you will, who knows?
OP Rich Mazur 7 | 582    
11 Jun 2018  #505

if they want to have a march and argue for equal treatment then that is totally fine

You mean employment?

A guy walks in to apply and the mean HR lady says, are you gay? Yes, I am. Then, get out of here. Is this what you are saying?

Or is it: look everybody, I am gay, proud, on my tenth "partner" this week, have AIDS, and I would like to be a nurse in your hospital - preferably where blood transfusions are performed? Or, all of the above except that he wants to be an elementary school teacher who will tell the kids about the joys of making love to another man.

So, what equality do they want?
Dirk diggler 7 | 3,080    
11 Jun 2018  #506

60.000 football hooligans

Most of the attendees were families, as the numerous videos show. Not hools. And besides theres nothing wrong with hools. Its boys being boys..id much rather my son be a hool than a fairy thats for sure

Since you don't live here and you don't have any kids to be corrupted then I don't really see why you are so angry about that.

Because I dont like the pedal agenda being spread in my motherland.

We need Kadyrov and a bunch of Chechens to clean them up
OP Rich Mazur 7 | 582    
11 Jun 2018  #507

It's funny that you said that becasue I had exactly the same reaction to what I saw at the Woodfield Mall this weekend.
And what I saw was depressing. Three out of ten were morbidly obese. I actually had to move to another chair not to see the lardos.

With the exception of Muslims. Their weight was just fine. They were good looking. What they wore was modest, with no in-your-face holes. I didn't ask but I am willing to bet my last dime that none of their girls ever screamed back to their mothers: ...and you are a stupid, f***** b****!
cms neuf - | 236    
11 Jun 2018  #508

The kind of malls you are used to are obviously those where skinny permatanned botox models drive up top of the range SUV, have it valet parked and spend the oligarch husband money on tasteless shoes and handbags. Meanwhile the ordinary Russian punters have their noses pressed the glass watching what their thieving overlords are doing.

There aee hardly any families At this moronic 11th of November march - no responsible parent is going to let their kids anywhere near those violent and repressed thugs. I have witnessed it on a few occasions and 90% of the crowd are young males, mostly in Hoodies and solid boots and with a backpack full of mocne
Dirk diggler 7 | 3,080    
11 Jun 2018  #509

There aee hardly any families At this moronic 11th of November march -

Not what numerous vids show like this one

youtu.be/qljtknCTORI

no responsible parent is going to let their kid

In the first view of the march - perhaps you don't know what 'mlodziesz' means

youtu.be/yRBMS64yKz0

I'm glad we have these 'violent and repressed thugs' as you call them. They keep the muslims out and put the fairies in their place.
OP Rich Mazur 7 | 582    
11 Jun 2018  #510

The kind of malls you are used to are obviously those where skinny permatanned botox models drive up top of the range SUV

Never been there, but I remember the malls in Poland. I was shocked to see so many georgious girls and women.

Back here, in the land of the fat and the obese, it's a struggle not to see them. Like road kill or a roadside accident.




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