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  1. I've been thinking of something usefull to say for weeks now.. And I'm just at a loss for words. @Jazzy Jan @San and other Australian members... it's just so sad.. Big hug.
  2. Parents and their fucking children. I officially want a big tax cut not only because I don't have/use a car, but because I don't have children. PAY ME.
  3. I have a vegan friend, he's always forcing us to eat his shitty home made vegan cakes that obviously need some fucking eggs in em.
  4. There used to be a statistic about Belgian people being among the most stressed out people in the western world.
  5. Godiva, Neuhaus en Leonidas r shit. Go to a real chocolatier. What about Brussels sprouts though, I've never seen any here
  6. https://time.com/5617924/istanbul-police-turkey-lgbt-pride-tear-gas/ ISTANBUL — Activists gathered in Istanbul to promote rights for gay and transgender people Sunday before police dispersed the crowd at a pride event that Turkish authorities had banned for the fifth year. The rally on a side street to Istanbul’s main pedestrian avenue drew several hundred people, who cheered and waved rainbow flags. Istanbul Pride organizers said the Istanbul governor’s office banned the march from central Taksim district as well as a square designated for demonstrations west of the city. Police allowed representatives to make a short statement to the media before officers dispersed the crowd with tear gas, blocking the street. Police dogs were also at the scene. The Istanbul Pride group said it would continue activism to get sexual orientation and gender identity recognized in Turkish laws. Amnesty International had urged Turkey to lift the “arbitrary ban” on the pride march. It said authorities rejected all suggested locations in the city by deeming the LGBT community “societally objectionable.” Istanbul had up to 100,000 people attend a pride march in 2014, but police have blocked such marches since.Though homosexuality has been legal in Turkey for decades, rights groups say discrimination is widespread.The new mayor of Istanbul told a group of international journalists Friday that any group should be free to demonstrate as long as protests do not disturb the peace. Ekrem Imamoglu said he’d discuss the reasons for the ban with relevant authorities.
  7. The way he pronounces her name, like she only refers to her in print or something
  8. The most disgusting thing is the photo. Children in headscarves, really? Objectifying a child like that is disgusting.
  9. Remember when everyone was like: 'This pope is different, finally a breath of fresh air'
  10. That's not really true though, as per usual there are 'hooligan'-esque groups from both sides of the spectrum that infiltrate manisfestations, both leftist anarchists and the far right, it's kinda funny that they are wearing the same 'color'. There's a lot of footage of them fighting amongst themselves, police officers being singled out, getting beat up while being helped 2 escape at the same time, all by people in Yellow Vests. The situation is a mess. And yes, Macron is awful.
  11. On another note, when did that Stefano guy go bat shit crazy? Is he a drug addict?
  12. I obviously don't understand the voice over...But give me a fucking break. The Spaghetti, Cannoli, Pizza thing should b equally offensive then. GET FUCKED.
  13. There is no more freedom or press in the US. I don't understand why the outrage isn't bigger. Land of the Free? Somebody lied....
  14. I'm disgusted. I really don't know what to say.
  15. Apart from the corruption & the state of the world in general, It just breaks my heart. All signs point to a 'reckoning'. She leaves a 7 year old daughter behind.
  16. Bulgarian journalist Viktoria Marinova raped and murdered https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/europe/a-bulgarian-journalist-was-raped-and-murdered-in-a-case-that-has-shocked-europe/2018/10/08/7a4bed2a-cb08-11e8-ad0a-0e01efba3cc1_story.html?noredirect=on&utm_term=.057cab5b7766 PARIS — Viktoria Marinova, a 30-year-old Bulgarian journalist who recently had become the anchor of a talk show focused on investigative reporting, was raped and killed Saturday in a case that has sent shock waves through Europe. The motivation behind her killing remains unknown, and Bulgarian authorities say they have yet to establish a link between her death in the northeastern city of Ruse and her work as a journalist. But because Marinova is the third reporter to be killed in Europe in the past year, the news stoked anxieties about the safety of journalists on the continent. “Again a courageous journalist falls in the fight for truth and against corruption,” Frans Timmermans, vice president of the European Commission, said Monday in Brussels. The European Union pledged its support for Bulgarian authorities as they continued their investigation.
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