My dear brother, I'm on my way!gm2263 said:And BTW, my understanding is that the killing mashine of the Turkish special forces, the lethal Asimov, is due to be released off duty from the Lake Egirdir Commado Center (or wherever he is stationed) some time next week. Brother, where art thou (that's Shakesperean English) :lol:
Anyway, keep the updates guys, Istanblue in unique...
ASIMOV said:Anzi, io preferisco chiamarlo "complesso di superiorita"
....contento te....contenti tutti....
Ma Bulgaria e Romania non hanno 60 milioni di abitanti in gran parte povere come voi e soprattutto non hanno differenze culturali, religiose etc. con il resto d'Europa.
Comunque, visti i tuoi "complessi di superiorità" penso tu sia contrario all'ingresso della Turchia nell'UE, giusto?
No need to exagerate now!ASIMOV said:A club in which dirt-poor (truly) countries like Bulgaria and Romania will be members in 2007 (while other miserable (but Christian) countries from Eastern Europe have already been accepted last year) doesn't deserve any respect, nor desire, nor fear, nor consideration.
The sun is rising from the East: Just look at the GDP figures.
A good sailor must realize at the exact time when the winds are shifting.
Unfortunately, Turkey is run by bad sailors who are still - in vain - waiting for the Western wind to blow, losing a lot of time and speed.
Turkey should trim its main sail according to the Eastern wind, me thinks.