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Discussion in 'Warbirds General Discussion' started by vasco, Feb 21, 2022.

  1. -frog-

    -frog- Well-Known Member

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    Better worry about the so called "Russian victories".
    Your army just retreated, victorious of course, some 20 kilometres in the eastern part of Kherson Oblast (south of Криви́й Ріг) :)
    When rumours are to confirm themselves, the entire front there collapsed and the Ukrainians are racing along the Dnipro banks, to encircle as many bastards, as they can.
    If that's confirmed your defeat at Lyman was nothing but an insignificant skirmish.
     
  2. -Shai-

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    зато у них пиво вкусное)
    как минимум, было...
     
  3. -frog-

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    They still got great beer.
    Just avoid the large breweries owned by multinationals, and you won't be disappointed.
    Try Bernard, Opat, Holba, Zlatopramen... and dozens, dozens of other brands.
    Or Radegast Ratar if you insist on drinking beer from a large company instead.
     
  4. vasco

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    You're a positive guy, after all.

    See you in a post-Putin world.
     
  5. vasco

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    Indeed, everything gets easier once you're able to laugh.
    The same as funeral wakes - at least here people get to tell jokes and laugh a lot.
     
  6. vasco

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    LOL :D

    I have a Krtek fridge magnet.
    And our word for it comes from Slavic, it's "cârtiţă" . :D
     
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  7. hugo baskervill

    hugo baskervill Well-Known Member

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    The recent anexation of parts of Ukraine reminds me when Idi Amin from Uganda proclaimed self as the king of Scotland :D
     
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    better in post-AngloSaxon
     
  9. vasco

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    So now it's a war against Anglo-Saxons?
    Maybe Putin wants to be friends with everyone, but the fucking Anglo-Saxons prevent that?
    I really don't think so.

    It is hard, but it will heal. You'll be ok in a post-Putin Russia.
    Until then, watch out not to get drafted.
     
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    Putin is now friend of Iran and Northern Korea.
    Even Xi has left Putin.
    And even the Pührer of Belarus would leave Vova, if he was not frightened by the potential consequences.
     
  11. vasco

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    Lukashenko will probably have a spectacular end too.
    I'm imagining something along the lines of Ceauşescu, Saddam or even Gaddafi.
     
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    I don't think so.
    I guess he will die quietly.
    Somewhere near Moscow (Rublovka?).
    He will hang himself, stab/shoot himself in the back (10-12 times, just to make sure), or fall out of a poorly secured window.
    Maybe he will be bruised a bit (defensive wounds due to lack of will to commit suicide), but there will be nothing spectacular about the fall of Pührer I guess.
     
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  13. vasco

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    Maybe he will travel with Putin to North Korea, as refugees, after they've dumped their families. They'll share a tiny apartment for a while, but they'll go separate ways after being demanded to take regular jobs.
    Communism won't feel the same to them anymore and this will lead to their quiet elimination for spreading anti-communist ideas among their North Korean workmates.
     
  14. hugo baskervill

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    We are celebrating return of our land under our country! :D
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    "Der Spiegel" already says about the "last days of Putin".
    But I guess I fear Putin less than whoever comes to replace him.
    At least now.
    Putin is predictable.
    He's a medicore KGB agent, who was too dumb to be entrusted anything but running a cultural centre in the German Democratic Republic, a real "you don't fit with us" job that is.
    He was then a clerk at the St. Petersburg city council.

    I guess Yeltsin wanted him to be just medicore... transitional. And Putin launched that narrative of his exceptional (even "super Ruskie-human") nature instead.
    Ever since that rigged elections of 2011 he has no mandate to rule anything but his own shithouse, but he knows that and will try to stay in power till his very last day.

    So I guess the North Korean scenario could apply to the potato-leader of free Ruskies, but not to Putin.
     
  16. vasco

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    Fuck, I see the situation is developing fast!
    :D
     
  17. hugo baskervill

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    Behold, we made a deal with US navy and as a compensation we get first CV named "Karel Gott".
    Poland recognized us as a new navy power in baltic sea :D
     
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    Karel Gott?
    For God sake, you should have named it after something/someone else.
    I don't know - Loupeżnik Rumcajs? (sorry for that Polish "ż" instead of yours)
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    (the inscription reads: Czech aircraft carrier, accompanied by a destroyer group, patrols territorial waters in the Baltic Sea)
     
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    Another one:
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    They also found the ones, who blew Nord Stream:
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