This website is about Manchester and Dublin. There are concerns about the labor unions and military academies in Germany's eastern provinces. East Germany traded in East German mark. There are likely radio signals sent between Lubeck and Manchester pertaining to organized labor. Lubeck is a German port near the Gulf of Danzig. Warsaw is inland. There seem to be labor leaders in Warsaw who manage trade through Irish ports.
Archive 1, Archive 2, Archive 3, Archive 4, Archive 5, Archive 6, Archive 7, Archive 8, Notes about the Virginians, Archive 9, Archive 10, Archive 11,
We can go along with this a little bit. But what remains is that I really am a member of the White House church.
There is some kind of a paradox here.
Yeah but I am today a member of the White House church.
I am sometimes on the board of DC Phi Beta Kappa
I'm not going to not take the dog to Brentwood and La Jolla just because of Eliot's job.
I moved to Los Angeles because of Eliot's job. We had our dog and I worked at fun jobs around the city and I took our dog to Brentwood and La Jolla.
Matt went to SUNY- Stony Brook. His wife didn't go to college really and now he works at the laboratory in Los Alamos. He has three kids.
I know it's true, I'm sure it's true. But I am in disbelief.
Does that make sense.
These hockey players getting knee surgery.
They cannot anymore then, but they can on their backs.
I'm going to quiz you guys later.
What is the lesson of Walter Payton?
It is a lesson of faith in England, that if you are the best at what you do, then you can escape rural poverty and move to the big city. They will find you because that is the glory of the empire. Walter Payton played football for Jackson State which is a small school in Mississippi.
"CNN: CIA Chief was with Russian; Kremlin: We have nothing to say; Erdogan: God forbid" "Turkish President stated that he knows what the head of the Russian Foreign Intelligence Service Sergey Naryshkin and CIA Director William Burns discussed." The Serbian news is reporting on Ankara. (November 18, 2022)
"WASHINGTON, November 18. /TASS/. Russia does not agree with allegations that Moscow made the decision to extend the grain deal because of external pressure, the Russian embassy in the US said on Thursday." The Russian news is reporting on the Ukrainian grain deal. (November 18, 2022)
"WASHINGTON, November 18. /TASS/. US officials for the past two days have appealed to European leaders and the entourage of Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky, urging them to be careful in their comments about the causes of the missile incident in Poland, the Politico newspaper reported on Thursday, citing sources." The Russian news is reporting on Warsaw. (November 18, 2022)
"Bulgaria is the only country on the Balkan Peninsula that has had a base in Antarctica for 35 years" "A Bulgarian military research ship will make its first journey to Antarctica as part of the Bulgarian Antarctic expedition" The Bulgarian news is reporting on Antarctica. (November 18, 2022)
["The increasing role of non-state actors using new and disruptive technologies, disinformation campaigns, hybrid actions and cyber-attacks, energy manipulation and economic coercion are factors that threaten the security of our territories and societies," said caretaker Deputy Foreign Minister Kostadin Kodzhabashev here on Thursday. He was speaking at an international conference on "Strategic Rethinking: NATO's New Strategic Concept and the EU's Strategic Compass", the Foreign Ministry said. The event was organized by the Sofia Security Forum. Among the main highlights of the discussion were the new strategic documents of the two alliances, as well as the impact of the war in Ukraine on security and international relations.] The Bulgarian news is reporting on the internet. (November 18, 2022)
There is a dog that lives near me. I think of him as my spiritual guide dog. He's moving to Los Angeles. I'm alright but I am sad. It's that kind of town. People aren't here for very long.
Welles is a loyalist name. My dad told me that the early Welles lived in Virginia as indentured servants. Conceptually, these would have been people from England but they wouldn't have owned land. Does that make sense? Today I live near Randolph Street. My uncle was Edward Randolph Welles II.
"The Minister of Energy: Bulgaria does not receive Russian gas through Greece" "The Minister of Energy Rosen Hristov stated in the National Assembly that the natural gas with which Bulgaria is supplied through Greece is not Russian. He clarified that our country is currently receiving blue fuel delivered in liquefied form by a Norwegian tanker to the Greek island of Revithoussa, where it is regasified. Bulgaria is looking for guarantees that all such supplies are not Russian gas, Hristov assured:" The Bulgarian news is reporting on energy. (November 18, 2022)
Tax revenue police aim loudspeaker at night labor union #Virginia German immigrants pic.twitter.com/P3jyOxiWwX— Donna Welles (@WellesDonna) November 17, 2022
I don't want to be told by these Ukrainians that I don't speak Russian well. I studied at the tsar's chemistry faculty. They are friends with the Germans. They don't speak Russian well.
Kate has a maiden cunny when they wed #ManUtd
"The Bulgarian government has extended until March 24, 2023 the validity period of the Program for Humanitarian Assistance to Displaced Persons from Ukraine with Provisional Protection in Bulgaria. New accommodation will be carried out only in state-run and municipal facilities by the Temporary Task Force of the National Migration Council." The Bulgarian news is reporting on Kiev. (November 17, 2022)
I am afraid.
Have mercy on me God because I am fat and old.
[It transpired during the interview that there are 2.5 million Ukrainian refugees in Poland. At least one million of them have jobs and have successfully integrated in the country's society. "The Poles are definitely not opposed to receiving refugees," the diplomat said.] The Bulgarian news is reporting on Warsaw. (November 17, 2022)
I'm 39. I think when you're old it doesn't matter anymore.
I would like to go to both Chicago and Tombstone, AZ. I have been within a hundred miles of Tombstone. Maybe I don't need to go exactly to that city.
There are tourist stuff I want to do in both cities. I don't know how to do that really. Getting off of work and the hotel and stuff.
"Polish President Andrzej Duda said it was an isolated incident and there was no immediate threat to Polish citizens. According to him, the S-300 missile is old, manufactured in the Soviet Union, and it is very likely that it was launched by Ukrainian air defenses. [...]
A large number of police forces are deployed at the site. There are also Polish and NATO investigators looking into exactly what happened. Przewodow is only 6 km from the Polish-Ukrainian border, and on the other side is the city of Lviv, which has been constantly bombed by the Russian army since the beginning of the war." The Bulgarian news is reporting on Warsaw. (November 17, 2022)
Yeah but Wayne played for ManU though. Now it's a big deal about Ken. I studied at the Russian chemistry faculty. Ken didn't study at the Russian chemistry faculty.
Ken McCallum has too many kids #ManUtd
And his dick
And Coleen's brothers
And Coleen's kids
At Texas I learned Ukraine is translated as outlands. It's like a region.
This is me talking about Ukraine. 11-16-22
[WASHINGTON, November 16. /TASS/. CIA Director William Burns was in Kiev on Tuesday to meet with Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky and his Ukrainian intelligence counterparts, the Washington Post reported, citing an official. According to the newspaper, the CIA chief told Ukrainian officials about his meeting in Ankara with Russian Foreign Intelligence Service Director Sergey Naryshkin and that Washington had warned Moscow against using nuclear weapons. "[Burns] reinforced the US commitment to provide support to Ukraine in its fight against Russian aggression," WaPo quoted the official as saying.] The Russian news is reporting on Kiev. (November 16, 2022)
"The parliamentary committees on defence and foreign policy will be holding an extraordinary meeting Wednesday afternoon over the Poland explosions on Tuesday, said the Parliament press office. The meeting has been convened by the chairmen of the two committees, Hristo Gadjev and Ekaterina Zaharieva. The MPs from the two committees will consider all information that is available on the matter at the moment. Foreign Minister Nikolai Milkov and Defence Minister Dimitar Stoyanov, the leaders of the Military Intelligence Service and the State Intelligence Agency have been invited to take part in the meeting." The Bulgarian news is reporting on Warsaw. (November 16, 2022)
Believe it because it's true
That's a funny British joke. The British are always slow to believe the deal here.
The Virginians are three hundred pounds. The DC mayor is three hundred pounds. It isn't fun here at night because the food is so bad and the music is so bad. They really do smoke formaldehyde.
When I lived in California, every once in a while I would stay out late. But what's fun to do in California is early in the mornings. In Washington, DC I think it isn't fun to stay out late. I don't like the food really. I don't like the music. The locals really do smoke formaldehyde. Also, anymore I gain weight if I am up late.
"US: The Missile that Landed in Poland was fired by Ukrainian Air Defense at a Russian Missile" The Bulgarian news is reporting on Kiev. (November 16, 2022)
[Three American officials reported that, according to initial data, the missile that hit Poland was fired by Ukrainian forces at an approaching Russian missile, the Associated Press reported, quoted by BTA. According to them, this happened against the background of yesterday's devastating missile salvo fired by Russia against Ukraine's electricity infrastructure. Officials quoted by The Associated Press spoke on condition of anonymity. This assessment and the remarks of US President Joe Biden at the G20 summit in Indonesia are at odds with the information given last night by a senior US intelligence official who told the Associated Press that Russian missiles had fallen on Polish territory, notes the agency. The United States and its NATO partners are investigating an explosion that killed two people in Poland, but initial information suggests it may not have been caused by a missile fired from Russia, US President Joe Biden said earlier, as quoted by Reuters. Biden spoke after world leaders attending the G20 summit in Bali, Indonesia, held an emergency meeting over the deadly explosions in Poland, which Ukraine and Polish authorities said were caused by Russian-made missiles. Asked about claims that the blast was linked to Russia, Biden said: "There is preliminary information that disputes that. I don't want to talk until we have a full investigation. It is unlikely, based on the trajectory, that the missile was launched from Russia, but we will see." The US and NATO countries will conduct a full investigation before taking action, Biden said. The meeting was called by the US president after two people were killed in an explosion in a village in eastern Poland, near the border with Ukraine. The meeting was attended by the leaders of the United States, Germany, Canada, the Netherlands, Japan, Spain, Italy, France and the United Kingdom. All but Japan are NATO member countries, as is Poland. If Russia is blamed for the blast, NATO's principle of collective defense, known as Article 5, could be triggered, according to which an attack on one member of the Western alliance is considered an attack on all. That would open discussions about a potential military response, Reuters noted. Poland said it was examining whether it needed to request consultations under Article 4 of NATO's founding treaty, which allows members to raise any issues of concern, particularly security, for discussion in the North Atlantic Council. Poland summoned Russia's ambassador to Warsaw for an explanation after Moscow denied responsibility for the incident in the Polish village.]
"The Bulgarian Foreign Ministry said that EU foreign ministers underscored the strong commitment of the Union to support Ukraine along all lines, including providing macroeconomic assistance, humanitarian aid, assistance for winter preparedness, military assistance to the Ukrainian armed forces under the European Peace Facility, etc." The Bulgarian news is reporting on Kiev. (November 15, 2022)
This is me talking about the White House. 11-15-22
There is some kind of a spectrum about Greece and the Germans. I profoundly know that now I am alive and later I will die and hopefully I will go to heaven.
I think the Germans think that maybe they'll die but it doesn't matter how they live and they don't know about heaven or something.
48. For Those Who Live Alone
Almighty God, whose Son had nowhere to lay his head: Grant that those who live alone may not be lonely in their solitude, but that, following in his steps, they may find fulfillment in loving you and their neighbors; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
Uncle Arbor jumped out of a plane into France.
Uncle Dave drove the ambulance in Germany.
I guess the Irish mob desk in London doesn't have relatives in the army.
If Uncle Arbor jumped out of an airplane into France..it's a big deal what I do. I never jumped out of an airplane into France.
I am me. My mom's brother was in the air force. Her dad was in the army. Her uncle was in the army. Kate's brother isn't in the army.
"MOSCOW, November 14. /TASS/. Poland's idea of erecting a fence on the border with Russia's westernmost Kaliningrad Region is absurd, Russian Ambassador to Warsaw Sergey Andreyev said on Monday." The Russian news is reporting on Warsaw. (November 14, 2022)
"BRUSSELS, November 14. /TASS/. The EU foreign ministers are expected to decide on the launch of an EU mission to train 15,000 Ukrainian soldiers. On Monday, they will also consider tougher sanctions against Iran for the suppression of unrest, discuss the situation in the Balkans and the foreign policy aspects of the UN International Climate Conference." The Russian news is reporting on Kiev. (November 14, 2022)
"Caretaker Defence Minister Dimitar Stoyanov will take part in the EU Foreign Affairs/Defence Council in Brussels on November 15, Stoyanov's Ministry reported Monday. On the meeting's agenda is a discussion of the Russian aggression against Ukraine. Ministers are expected to discuss the EU's military support to Ukraine, through the foreseen launch of EU Military Assistance Mission (EUMAM) in support of Ukraine, established in October 2022, and will provide individual, collective and specialised training to Ukrainian Armed Forces personnel. NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg will participate in the discussion. Ukraine's Defence Minister Oleksii Reznikov is expected to join via video conference." The Bulgarian news is reporting on the EU. (November 14, 2022)
"Four people have been detained for the brutal murder of a 21-year-old Bulgarian man in London. Gabriel Stoyanov from Varna became the victim of the series of knife attacks that have instilled fear in the British capital in recent years. He was stabbed late on November 4 and died the following day in hospital. The detainees are aged 14, 16, 17 and 46. The youths have been charged for murde. The law in Great Britain prohibits the disclosure of the names and possible motives for the crimes committed by minors. This can only be done with the judge's permission. The reason - to give young people a normal chance in society." The Bulgarian news is reporting on London. (November 14, 2022)
Somehow they needed to get to the navy base. #Peter Thank goodness they need to get to the navy base.
It was so fun to meet the Russian navy people in Saint Petersburg. I left them alone for the most part. I have said this, the Russian navy is very different from the Russian army. The Russian army is clown like and they do crazy stunts and they talk loud and stuff. The navy people wear these coats and they don't talk at all. I told the British it's weird that the British army resembles the British navy so much.
The Russians are really smart about women intelligence officers. That's normal there. During the Cold War there were women KGB officers. It's normal there for women to write reports and do what I do.
I am unique maybe among that group. I studied in Saint Petersburg which is the Russian navy hub. But I took the train to Mongolia and I met the Russian army personnel on the train. They go on the trains to and from the Caucasus region.
This is me talking about the Washington Wizards. 11-13-22
"Do you understand that Colin Farrell's dad was a footballer, and that's why they moved to the suburbs of Dublin?"
About the mentorship program.
Colin Farrell's dad was a footballer and they moved to the suburbs of Dublin. I wish I could tell this to Matthew McConaughey. Matthew McConaughey is from oil country rural west Texas. "Do you understand this about Colin Farrell?"
OK. Me and Colin Farrell went to the same mental hospital in Los Angeles, California.
Maybe that's alright about the mental hospital.
#Dublin pic.twitter.com/2MCbBYObOa— Donna Welles (@WellesDonna) November 13, 2022
Kate's cunny is so huge it's weird I played the trombone in marching band #DC
Kate is like Mayor Bowser now, she is so huge.
Kate Middleton is like three hundred pounds now. She is so huge. Her clothes are so dumb. But she'll show up at these dinners wearing a broach and William will wear his army medals, I guess that he got flying a helicopter. But I can't mention that I played the trombone in marching band.
Yeah but Kate is so fat and huge.
Coleen is so fat and huge.
I played the trombone and that's weird.
I played the trombone in marching band. At the time, how normal was that. Now it's weird. I get angry at the Virginians sometimes. It wasn't weird in Austin for me to play the trombone. Now I don't even mention that. The Virginians are Prussian immigrants and it's man and woman everything. It's not worth it to tell people I played the trombone in marching band. It's man-like or something.
Thank goodness Kate is so fat and huge. Thank goodness Coleen Rooney has so many kids. Thank goodness Wayne is so fat. He's supposed to be a fitness expert, he is too fat to run any distance. And then I am a man because I played the trombone.
You guys take stuff from me.
Because wife and fifty kids and fat women and their kids everywhere.
#London pic.twitter.com/TMsmM7Qyhr— Donna Welles (@WellesDonna) November 12, 2022
[The mystery deepens about the fate of Dilek Ertek as a Swiss man, claimed to be her boyfriend, has also disappeared, the Turkish newspaper Hurriyet reported. Turkish businessperson, who owned a Turkiye dealership of the renowned jewelry brand Tiffany & Co. fell into the sea from a cruise ship off the coast of Tahiti on Oct. 25. A Swiss national, who was reportedly her boyfriend and identified as A.F., had notified authorities some 18 hours after the incident, according to media reports. He was questioned by authorities in Tahiti and was released. He returned to Switzerland where he worked as an architect and since then, was not heard from, Hurriyet reported on Friday. The newspaper also claimed that the cruise ship's management alerted the local coast guard authority some four hours after discovering the disappearance of Ertek, though the cruise ship's staff kept A.F. in custody.] The Turkish news is reporting on Zurich. (November 12, 2022)
The Ukrainian version of government is that the women are the army soldiers and the men operate the government drones.
The Ukrainian army is filled with women commandos.
Zelensky keeps requesting more drones.
[Ukraine's defence ministry said Friday its forces were taking back Kherson after Russia had occupied the city since March. The loss is a huge blow to the Kremlin due to the city's proximity to Crimea. Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba earlier called Russia's withdrawal from Kherson, which it confirmed on Friday, as an "important victory" for Ukraine. Read FRANCE 24's live blog to see how the day's events unfolded. All times are Paris time (GMT+1).] France24 is reporting on Kiev. (November 12, 2022)
I'm a radical Russian expansionist because I think these people in Ukraine are the Germans. They're right wingers. Tsarist Russia spanned sixteen time zones. I want the Germans to live under Russian laws.
They say that Biden wears a seatbelt a mask and a diaper on the plane. It's unethical for him to seek reelection because he is so old.
"WASHINGTON, November 11. /TASS/. US President Joe Biden believes the situation around Ukraine will not be resolved until Russia withdraws its troops from there." The Russian news is reporting on the White House. (November 11, 2022)
Kate and the hats and shirts and stuff.
In Texas, it is obvious about the classes.
It's about what everyone wears and how everyone talks and stuff.
I graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Texas in 2005.
I wear Levis and Italian made sweatshirts.
In the world, I wear blue jeans, sandals, and Italian made accessories.
In England if a poor woman has a baby she can live for free.
In Texas she cannot. Bad things happen.
There exists the Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders and stuff.
These poor women having babies.
I always try to tell you guys this stuff. I think there isn't that in England. Because they have a social net for having babies. In Texas, there isn't that kind of social net.
I try to tell the British about out west and Texas and stuff. When women start having babies, they are different then.
To think I have a child is insanity. I can't raise a child. I am suspicious of women who can raise children. How normal is this about Anastasia and her babies and Varvara and her baby and Yelena and her babies. Obviously Anastasia is supposed to be raising these babies in Arlington, Virginia.
"MOSCOW, November 11. /TASS/. The turmoil in Ukraine has attracted many mercenaries and felons who are using the current situation as a safari for hunting Russians' lives, Russia's ambassador to the United States Anatoly Antonov said in an interview the daily Izvestia published on Friday." The Russian news is reporting on Kiev. (November 11, 2022)
Can Yelena Djokovic keep her legs shut? #London
I say stuff about Yelena Djokovic. She wore a fur coat to the French Open. She has too many kids. She doesn't have a job.
Yelena Djokovic just stays at the house in Monaco. Raising her babies.
Thank goodness for all that.
Protestantism. If all of these women are giving birth, who is working?
"Movement for Rights and Freedoms (MRF) MP Dimitar Avramov has given his consent for the continuation of the criminal proceedings against him in response to the request received from Prosecutor General Ivan Geshev, National Assembly Speaker Vejdi Rashidov said at the beginning of Friday's plenary session. Rashidov informed the Prosecutor General of the given consent by letter." The Bulgarian news is reporting on the police. (November 11, 2022)
Donna, Anastasia, Varvara have too many kids.
Thank goodness Anastsia and Varvara are here!
"The Dutch government is considering transferring some of its surplus F-16s to a NATO ally so that the latter can in turn provide its MiG-29s to Ukraine. According to EW Magazine, The Hague is considering giving surplus F-16MLU fighter jets to NATO allies in Eastern Europe so they can in turn donate MiG-29 fighter jets to Ukraine. According to the portal Aviacionline defensa, one of the main candidates would be Bulgaria, which plans to retire its aging MiG-29 Fulcrum from 2023 and is interested in renting a squadron of Western fighters to ensure its air defense until the arrival of the first eight modern F-16 Block 70 models in 2025 Those responsible have been informed confidentially. For this deal to be effective, like all defense products made by American companies, Washington must give its approval. Almost from the start of the war, Ukraine has been asking its Western allies for any kind of assistance, particularly fighter jets, to counter the Russian air force. Although the Ukrainian Air Force has requested the transfer of Western fighter jets, and voices are now being heard in support of this initiative, NATO is reticent about the idea. There is a lot of talk about supplying Ukraine with MiG-29 aircraft from the former Warsaw Pact countries that became NATO members after the fall of the Iron Curtain. In particular, Poland, Slovakia and Bulgaria are mentioned, which still have these aircraft in active service. In fact, in early July, Slovak Prime Minister Eduard Heger announced that he would donate 12 MiG-29s to the Ukrainian armed forces. In return, the Air Force of the Czech Republic will take over the protection of Slovak airspace. A similar arrangement was reached with Poland in early May, when its defense minister agreed with his Slovak counterpart that Polish planes would patrol its airspace if Slovakia handed over its MiG-29s to Ukraine. However, there are no clear indications that the transfer of the Slovak Fulcrum to Ukraine has taken place. What is clear, however, is that spare parts from these countries help keep Ukraine's MiG-29s on the move. Surplus F-16MLUs from the Netherlands may end up replacing Polish MiG-29s until the recently contracted Korean FA-50s arrive. Poland has 36 F-16Cs and 12 F-16Ds, which, although much more advanced than the Dutch fighters, would allow them to be absorbed without major complications, with much of the logistics being shared. Official information was published on October 31, according to which the Bulgarian Air Force mainly consists of Soviet MiG-29 and Su-25 aircraft, which are no longer subject to maintenance and should soon be decommissioned. In August, Acting Minister of Defense Dimitar Stoyanov started negotiations with Poland for the Bulgarian MiG-29s in an attempt to ensure that the fighters remain part of the Bulgarian Air Force for a longer time. He made a proposal to the Ministry of Defense to conclude a contract with Polish military repair enterprises for the maintenance of the MiG-29 in order to keep the machines airworthy until 2025-2026. The minister emphasized that "in aviation, the needs are the most glaring", as they include not only aircraft, but also surveillance systems and infrastructure, with the military seeking solutions with the help of both allies and Bulgarian military factories. Bulgaria has become one of the largest indirect suppliers of arms to Ukraine, selling record quantities since the beginning of the war, writes the Ukrainian publication "European Pravda", referring to the publication in Euractiv. It is emphasized that Bulgaria and Hungary are the only two countries in NATO and the EU that have officially refused to send military aid to Ukraine. Bulgarian arms manufacturers and dealers sell their products mainly in Poland and Romania, from where the arms are exported to Ukraine, the publication writes. On November 3, the Bulgarian National Assembly approved by a majority a draft law on providing arms to Ukraine." The Bulgarian news is reporting on warplanes. (November 11, 2022)
"President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic, will pay a two-day visit to France starting today, where he will participate in the fifth Paris Peace Forum." The Serbian news is reporting on President Vucic. (November 10, 2022)
The Virginians are Prussian immigrants. They will do anything that is secretive. They'll take pills and spend the night staring at a radio. It's groups of them, and if it's secretive. They'll do anything. If it's defense contractor spending.
"MOSCOW, November 10. /TASS/. Russian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Maria Zakharova took to her Telegram channel on Thursday to call out US researchers on their negligence in handling biological materials in labs in the United States and around the world." The Russian news is reporting on biolabs. (November 10, 2022)
"NEW YORK, November 10. /TASS/. The Biden administration has decided against handing its Gray Eagle MQ-1C drones over to Kiev, fearing that it could further escalate the conflict in Ukraine, the Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday, citing sources." The Russian news is reporting on drones. (November 10, 2022)
"A permanent working group in cooperation with Turkey will be dealing with problems related to the protection of the border. Caretaker Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Ivan Demerdzhiev told the MPs in the National Assembly that Bulgaria was in constant contact with neighboring Turkey and that all measures have been taken to protect both the border and the officers." The Bulgarian news is reporting on the border with Turkey. (November 10, 2022)
My dad would really yell at me sometimes. When I jumped in that pool he yelled at me and he would freak out when I went out without shoes.
Kim went to my high school and then West Point. When we were in high school. We were at her mom's apartment complex. And there was a sign that said pool closed. She convinced me to jump in anyway. Somehow I mentioned to my dad about that sign and he freaked out. I think I am right though that in Austin, Texas there couldn't be anything that wrong with the pool.
Also, my dad has to wear shoes when he goes outside. I'm alright to walk around barefoot because I just walk around anything I see. I wonder if the New Yorkers would walk around barefoot more they would be more fit. It isn't as simple as always wear shoes when you're outside.
Last night I went to this bar. There was this German guy from Long Island. Jeez. They convince you to do stuff. Somehow anymore I freak out about my diet.
This is me talking about the Polish army. 11-9-22
[MELITOPOL, November 9. /TASS/. Service members of Poland's regular army who are formally on leave are stationed along the line of contact in the Kiev-controlled part of the Zaporozhye Region, Chairman of the We Stand With Russia movement Vladimir Rogov told TASS on Wednesday. "Formally, they are all members of the International Legion of the Ukrainian Armed Forces but we are well aware that there are service members there supposedly on leave. It would have been hard to recruit such a large number of mercenaries in Poland," Rogov said. According to him, there aren't many Polish private military companies but some are already taking part in military activities in the Kharkov Region and Donbass. "All Polish private military companies could fit along the Zaporozhye line of contact, not to mention the fact that they are also active in the Kharkov direction and Donbass. <...> Undoubtedly, it's about regular Polish units that have been authorized through the Ukrainian Armed Forces' International Legion," the movement's chairman noted. Rogov said on November 7 that the share of foreign nationals in the Ukrainian forces active in the Zaporozhye Region could exceed 50% of manpower.] The Russian news is reporting on Warsaw. (November 9, 2022)
"SEOUL, November 9. /TASS/. North Korea's ballistic missile that fell close to South Korea's territorial waters on November 2 and whose fragments were discovered by the South Korean military belongs to the S-200 (SA-5) surface-to-air projectile with Russian inscriptions found on its body, the Kyodo news agency reported on Wednesday, citing the republic's Defense Ministry." The Russian news is reporting the S-200. (November 9, 2022)
[Two suspects have been detained for killing a Bulgarian police officer at the border with Turkiye, said National Investigation Service head and Deputy Prosecutor General Borislav Sarafov, referring to information from the Turkish authorities. In an interview on bTV, he specified the suspected perpetrator and his aide have been detained and that they are not Turkish nationals. "We will demand they be extradited and prosecuted in Bulgaria," Sarafov said. Late on Monday, an unknown individual shot at a Bulgarian border police officer and a serviceperson jointly patrolling the Bulgarian-Turkish border near the village of Golyam Dervent. The officer died. On Tuesday morning, caretaker Minister of Interior Ivan Demerdzhiev told reporters that the perpetrators were illegal migrants.] The Bulgarian news is reporting on the border with Turkey. (November 9, 2022)
That's not right! #London
"Fourteen Border Police offcers are probed for aiding migrant traffickers, Border Police Director Chief Commissioner Rossitsa Dimitrova said on the Bulgarian National Television (BNT) Wednesday. The case has opened following a report by the Interior Ministry Inspectorate. The probe is against officers of Burgas and Malko Tarnovo. Chief Commissioner Dimitrova was on BNT a day after a Border Police officer was shot dead while trying to stop a group of trespassers sneaking into Bulgaria through the fence on the Bulgarian border with Turkiye. Two men have been arrested in Turkiye for the shooting. The killed officer will be buried on Wednesday and it will be a day of mourning in his home town of Elhovo. Chief Commissioner Dimitrova said that the border police prevented 123 attempts at illegal entry in Bulgaria on the tragic night of Monday to Tuesday and another 150 attempts the next night." The Bulgarian news is reporting on the border with Turkey. (November 9, 2022)
It used to be just me and the Swedish intelligence service. I have deputized the Serbian army desk to assist me with Russian studies.
"Shells from a hunting carbine were found on the territory of Bulgaria. It is assumed that this is the weapon with which the murder of border policeman Petar Bachvarov was carried out on Monday evening near the Bulgarian-Turkish border." The Bulgarian news is reporting on the border with Turkey. (November 9, 2022)
"Ukrainian Air Force spokesman Yuriy Ihnat said Ukraine could target Iranian missiles at launch sites located in Russia." The Serbian news is reporting on Kiev. (November 8, 2022)
"MOSCOW, November 8. /TASS/. A number of Western countries, including the US, steadfastly stick to the views and political doctrines that are in fact neocolonial, Deputy Chief of the Russian Security Council and Chairman of the United Russia party Dmitry Medvedev said on Tuesday at an international inter-party conference dubbed Pressing International Security Issues Amid Geopolitical Instability." The Russian news is reporting on the grain deal. (November 8, 2022)
"NEW YORK, November 8. /TASS/. The US administration has maintained channels of communication with Russia at senior levels, US White House National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan said on Monday. However, he refused to describe those in order to protect them." The Russian news is reporting on the White House. The Virginians are German immigrants. Maybe they're on a labor strike. (November 8, 2022).
In Texas. If there are two friends. Everyone else. Is some kind of burden. Or there are some people who are always nice and you always like them.
Eliot has been texting me complaining about his dad. I know what he means. Eliot's dad I am sure has retired, but for a living he worked as a researcher at the UT-Austin business school.
Everything Eliot says about his dad, I know what he means. He's right. I don't like that about him either.
No you're not!!!!! #London
"Commenting on Monday night's shooting incident at the Bulgaria-Turkiye border near Elhovo in which a police officer died, President Rumen Radev said Tuesday this was an absolutely unprecedented case of shooting at a Bulgarian police officer from the territory of another country. Radev expects the Foreign Ministry to summon the Turkish Ambassador in Sofia and require a joint investigation of the case." The Bulgarian news is reporting on Ankara. (November 8, 2022)
"Last night at around 20:35 p.m. in the area of the 242nd pyramid around the village of Golyam Dervent, a border patrol consisting of Sergeant Petar Bachvarov and an employee of the Ministry of Defense came across a cut in the fence. Getting out of the official vehicle, the policeman pointed the flashlight at the section in question, immediately followed by a shot from the neighboring territory of the Republic of Turkey, with which the Interior Ministry employee was killed. This was announced at a briefing today by Interior Minister Ivan Demerdzhiev." The Bulgarian news is reporting on the border with Turkey. (November 8, 2022)
The surveillance teams are the police. They're German immigrants and they're up all night using the loudspeaker.
"According to him, Serbia is not a party to the conflict, Serbia is fighting for the protection and implementation of the Brussels Agreement. When asked if the West will be able to put pressure on Pristina, Dacic replied that he does not know if they can put pressure on Pristina, but that no one in Serbia believes that they cannot." The Serbian news is reporting on FM Dacic. (November 7, 2022)
"MOSCOW, November 7. /TASS/. The UN promised Russia that it would be able to lift restrictions on Russian food export in accordance with the grain deal, First Deputy Permanent Representative to the UN Dmitry Polyansky told the Izvestiya newspaper." The Russian news is reporting on the grain deal. (November 7, 2022)
"Bulgaria, North Macedonia and the Balkans have a common European future" The Bulgarian news is reporting on the Balkans. It seems like he Germans want to trade through Bosnian ports. (November 7, 2022)
Doctors will tell you this.
If you stay up late one night.
You'll be sick for a week.
The surveillance teams are round the clock. And then at night they start saying crazy stuff with the loudspeaker.
[GERB leader and former Prime Minister Boyko Borissov told reporters in Plovdiv, South Central Bulgaria, that he was optimistic about the chances of a new government being formed. "I can see that President Radev is committed to making a government because otherwise he will have to shoulder the entire burden of the winter crisis," Borissov said on Sunday.] The Bulgarian news is reporting on the parliament. (November 7, 2022)
The Virginians have surveillance teams.
They have a loudspeaker.
I think they shouldn't use the loudspeaker at night or on the weekends.
Sometimes the surveillance teams start saying crazy stuff with the loudspeaker.
The Virginians watch the civilian agents sleep with the surveillance radios.
They are up all night on pills.
In the morning the Germans aim the loudspeaker.
The Virginians sit there and don't say anything.
"How much could households save under Germany's new gas price cap?" "Germany is bringing in new energy relief measures, including a gas price 'brake'. Here's what it could mean for your budget." The German news is reporting on energy prices. (November 5, 2022)
"Turkiye and Russia have reached an agreement to deliver grain sent under the Black Sea export deal free of charge to nations in need, particularly African countries, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Friday." The Turkish news is reporting on the grain deal. (November 5, 2022)
[Gorodnia (Ukraine) (AFP) - Crouching in his hidden lookout on the edge of a forest, a Ukrainian border guard scans the horizon to the border with Russia and Belarus just a few kilometres to the north. With the rain pouring down and the clouds low, there will be no Russian drones overflying his remote outpost in northern Ukraine, the last one before the frontier. Clutching a monocular and wearing a balaclava that only shows his eyes, the guard proudly shows off his NLAW anti-tank missile launcher. "Our main objective is to prevent a (new) invasion. But if that happens again here, we'll be ready to stop the enemy at the border and prevent them from coming in," says the 33-year-old who does not give his name. The Senkivka border crossing is very close. A three-way crossing shaped like a 'Y', it points northwest into Belarus and northeast into Russia with Ukraine to the south.] France24 is reporting on Minsk. (November 5, 2022)
[Qin Gang @AmbQinGang China government official President Xi Jinping's speech at the 5th #CIIE opening ceremony once again shows the firm determination of China's commitment to the policy of opening up to the outside world, as reiterated in the report to #20thCPCNationalCongress. Here are some highlights] This might be right wingerism because it's weird technology that makes them isolated.
[LUGANSK, November 4. /TASS/. Many Ukrainian servicemen have laid down their weapons and voluntarily surrendered to forces of the Lugansk People's Republic (LPR), LPR Human Rights Commissioner Viktoria Serdyukova has told TASS. "A great number of Ukrainian servicemen who are currently on the LPR territory have voluntarily laid down their weapons and sought contact with the people's militia and the allied forces," she said. In her estimates, the republic has around 1,000 Ukrainian prisoners of war kept on its territory. According to the LPR official, Ukrainian servicemen often leave injured soldiers on the battlefield. Some of them are discovered by members of the LPR People's Militia and subsequently receive the required medical treatment.] The Russian news is reporting on Kiev. (November 4, 2022)
"ANKARA, November 4. /TASS/. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan told UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres by phone on Thursday that the Black Sea grain transportation agreement needs to be extended, his administration said in a Twitter post on Friday." The Russian news is reporting on Ankara. (November 4, 2022)
"Direct investments from France in Bulgaria amount to 1.028 billion euros. There are 200 French companies operating in Bulgaria which have created over 15,000 jobs." The Bulgarian news is reporting on Paris. (November 4, 2022)
"The Defence Ministry will make a comprehensive analysis of Bulgaria's redundant defence equipment and armament for the purpose of fulfilling a National Assembly decision to provide military and military-technical assistance to Ukraine, Defence Minister Dimitar Stoyanov told journalists in the National Assembly on Thursday. Earlier in the day, the National Assembly gave the Council of Ministers one month to submit a draft resolution on rendering military and military-technical assistance to Ukraine. Stoyanov noted that by the time the Council of Ministers tables the draft resolution to the National Assembly, it should be clear exactly what equipment and armament can be provided to Ukraine." The Bulgarian news is reporting on Kiev. (November 4, 2022)
[Elon Musk will start laying off Twitter employees on Friday. As per an unsigned internal memo seen by The Verge, Twitter employees were notified in the email that the layoffs were set to begin. Employees will receive an email by 9 AM PST on November 4th confirming whether they have been laid off or not, according to the internal memo, which also states that employee badge access to Twitter's offices will be shut off "temporarily." "We acknowledge this is an incredibly challenging experience to go through, whether or not you are impacted," the memo read. "Thank you for continuing to adhere to Twitter policies that prohibit you from discussing confidential company information on social media, with the press or elsewhere," the memo added. Musk is expected to cut roughly half of Twitter's roughly 7,500-person workforce. The layoff comes a week after Musk became Twitter owner. Musk has already indicated that he would make job cuts at Twitter, telling employees at a town-hall meeting this summer that there needs to be "a rationalization of headcount" at the social network. On October 30, asked by someone on Twitter to identify "the one thing that's most messed-up at Twitter right now," Musk replied, "There seem to be 10 people 'managing' for every one person coding" at Twitter. In April, Twitter accepted Musk's proposal to buy and make the social media service private. However, Musk soon began sowing doubt about his intentions to follow through with the agreement, alleging that the company failed to adequately disclose the number of spam and fake accounts on the service. In July, in a surprising turn of events, Musk who had long been showing his interest to buy Twitter terminated the deal. The Tesla CEO did so by alleging that Twitter violated their mutual purchase agreement by misrepresenting the number of spam and fake bot accounts on its platform. After Musk put out the deal termination announcement, the market saw a sharp decline. Later, Twitter sued Musk accusing him of using bots as a pretext to exit a deal. Again, last week, Musk confirmed that he would move forward with the Twitter buyout at the originally agreed price of USD 54.20 per share] The Bulgarian news is reporting on Elon Musk. (November 4, 2022)
"Serbia: We have nine Kosovo derecognition notifications" "Serbia has notes of nine countries that have changed their decision to recognize the so-called Kosovo, said the head of Serbian diplomacy, Ivica Dacic." The Serbian news is reporting on Kosovo. (November 3, 2022)
"Earthquake in Kyrgyzstan felt in Ferghana and Andijan regions" "According to the FVV Seismoprognostic Monitoring Republican Center, an earthquake occurred in Kyrgyzstan today at 09:35 Tashkent time." The Tashkent news is reporting on an earthquake. Maybe this is a German space weapon. (November 3, 2022)
"UNITED NATIONS, November 3. /TASS/. Moscow will continue taking efforts on establishing all facts connected with the activities of US biological laboratories in Ukraine, though the UN Security Council has not welcomed such an investigation to be carried out, Russia's First Deputy Permanent Representative to the UN Dmitry Polyansky said at the UNSC meeting on Wednesday." The Russian news is reporting on biolabs. (November 3, 2022)
"Iranian security forces neutralize terrorist cell - media According to preliminary information, the group had links with foreign organizations TASS, November 3. Iranian security forces have identified and wiped out a terrorist cell in the west of the country, IRNA reported on Thursday. According to the agency, the group was operating in the Ilam Province and was involved in the organization of recent riots in the country. The terrorists were planning to attack facilities run by military and security forces. They were manufacturing homemade grenades and incendiary devices. According to preliminary information, the group had links with foreign organizations." The Russian news is reporting on Tehran. (November 3, 2022)
[The people's representatives will vote today on the final provision of military-technical assistance to Ukraine. Yesterday, at a joint meeting, the Committees on Foreign Policy and Defense in the Parliament approved two projects. The aid will include military equipment and spare parts. Within one month, the government must submit a decision on this to the National Assembly. Defense Minister Dimitar Stoyanov pointed out that Bulgaria cannot provide heavy weapons. GERB, Democratic Bulgaria, We Continue the Change and DPS supported the provision of military support to Ukraine, arguing that the club of civilized countries had long done so. BSP and "Vazrazhdane" believe that this involves Bulgaria indirectly in the conflict. Pro-Russian party "Vazrazhdane" organized a protest on the "National Assembly" ("Narodno Sabranie") square against the sending of weapons to Ukraine by Bulgaria. It will be held today at 8:00 a.m.] The Bulgarian news is reporting on Kiev. (November 3, 2022)
There are drones flying over Belgrade. The Virginians are excited because they see pooooor army cunny on their surveillance radios. And it's the World Series.
This is me talking about Belgrade. 11-2-22
["It's done under Vucic's orders. Considering Ukraine..." Defense Minister Milos Vucevic stated that Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic issued an order to step up combat readiness immediately after drones were spotted. The drones in question entered the territory of central Serbia from Kosovo, it was explained earlier. Vucevic says that the decision to raise combat readiness was made "keeping in mind the experience on the Ukrainian front", so that there would be no administrative delays in the chain of command. Vucevic told RTS that several drones were observed, there were different movements, but the Mig-29s were not patrolling because of drones - they were conducting police patrols. The army can respond to these challenges with helicopters, cannons, aircraft machine guns, said Vucevic. It's not just a question of drones entering the Raska district, Serbian Army has spotted certain objects in the direction of movement through the Toplica and Nisava districts, Minister Vucevic pointed out. Unmanned aerial vehicles filmed activities in the Ground Security Zone and two barracks yesterday. Drones flew over the area of Merdare and the surroundings of Raska. Prime Minister Ana Brnabic pointed out, as a guest on RTS, that raising the combat readiness of the Army has something to do with that incident and that it is about the issue of the security of Serbs in Kosovo and Metohija and the problems that exist in our autonomous province. Defense Minister Milos Vucevic said, in a guest appearance on RTS's Daily news, that the Army observes certain objects, unmanned aerial vehicles or drones that move on the administrative separation line of central Serbia in the Land Security Zone and occasionally enter the territory of central Serbia for three days. Vuvevic says that it is about attempts to observe the positions of the Armed Forces units and certain military barracks. It's not just a question of entering the Raska district, the Armed Forces had spotted certain objects and in the direction of movement of the Toplicki and Nisava districts, says Minister Vucevic. It indicates that the President of the Republic, as Commander-in-Chief, has issued an executive order to eliminate every such object. "We will protect the sky that is under the control of our Armed Forces - the sky that is covered by our systems, in accordance with Resolution 1244 and the Kumanovo Agreement - it will be safe for all citizens of Serbia," the minister added. The army has the capacity and ability to respond to every task, Vucevic underlined. "To clear up the confusion, our fighters, Mig-29s, did not patrol because of drones, we have other procedures for dealing with such situations - they carried out regular police patrols, control of our sky, the Army can also use aircraft machine guns, helicopters, cannons, and other means to respond to these challenges", adds the Minister of Defense. "I can't say whose drones they are, they come from the territory of Kosovo and Metohija", says Vucevic. "All this is rejected in the context of monitoring and trying to monitor the activities of the Serbian Armed Forces on the territory under our control, the Armed Forces acts in accordance with the guide lines of the Supreme Commander", the minister notes. "There were large exercises in progress, which were called Maneuvers 22, I expect that tomorrow the President of the Republic will visit part of the units at Pasuljanske livade firing range and make sure how the exercises are going," says Vucevic. He says that there were many incorrect headlines from Pristina, that the Serbian Army is concentrating on administrative lines. "By making a bogus out of it, someone is trying to get some information through that spying," Vucevic pointed out. The army carries out its activities as planned and keeps its weapons and tools, said Vucevic. According to him, the Army is a key attribute of the state, it is an armed force, it is not a society of stamp lovers, it is an armed force that defends the state. President of the Republic issued an order on the increased level of combat readiness, and the Army must be willing to carry out every order, Vucevic points out. If a drone is spotted, it will be eliminated or placed under our control, the Minister of Defense stated. Due to the non-negotiable behavior of the administration in Pristina, due to abandoning the concept of dialogue, insisting that the issue of license plates is a matter for their administration, security situation can seriously deteriorate, and Serbia must react, he added. The message is that there will be no new Storm, no new Flash operation. These are not video games, better a thousand days at the negotiating table than one hour in the trenches, that does not mean we are afraid, he says. We call on Pristina and the Quint countries to redirect Pristina to the negotiating table, to end the policy of one-sided decisions, notes Vucevic. "Mig-29s patrol our skies, we have the right to control our skies. We don't raise Mig-29s for the sake of drones," concluded Vucevic.] (November 2, 2022)
I don't know how I can fight more with my cunny!
If everyone is watching poor army cunny, it seems like you all can take a break during the World Series.
Like in Office Space. Peter.
UT-Austin gave me all of the awards. I graduated Phi Beta Kappa. But there were other awards I got.
I am not sure if they have renamed it.
But, when I was little the carrier fleet was named after a Texan.
Admiral Charles Nimitz.
The Nimitz strike group.
[MOSCOW, November 1./TASS/. Syria's new ambassador to Russia, Bashar Jaafari, on Tuesday presented copies of his credentials to Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov, the Foreign Ministry said in a release. "On November 1, Russian Special Presidential Envoy for the Middle East and Africa, Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov received Syrian Arab Republic's ambassador in Moscow Bashar Jaafari, who presented copies of his credentials," the ministry said. The parties discussed the development of bilateral relations. "During the conversation they discussed key issues of the further strengthening of traditionally friendly Russian-Syrian relations, including maintaining an active political dialogue. Interaction between Moscow and Damascus in the interests of the post-conflict reconstruction of the Syrian Arab Republic was also touched upon," the Foreign Ministry went on to say.] The Russian news is reporting on Damascus. (November 2, 2022)
"For more than 15 years, the United States and the Republic of Bulgaria have enjoyed a robust security partnership as treaty Allies, with a shared commitment to the security of the Balkans, Eastern Mediterranean, and Black Sea regions, reads a fact sheet on US Security Cooperation with Bulgaria, published on the US Department of State website. Over the last five years, the United States has provided more than $238 million in security assistance to Bulgaria to increase military professionalization, human resourcing capabilities, cyber security, divestiture of Soviet and Russian legacy equipment, maritime domain awareness, and NATO interoperability. Bulgaria's annual defense spending continues to increase on average and is on track to meet the NATO goal of two percent by 2024. The United States has $1.4 billion in active government-to-government sales cases with Bulgaria under the Foreign Military Sales system, the US Department of State writes." The Bulgarian news is reporting on the Pentagon. The Virginians are German immigrants. Maybe they're on a labor strike. (November 2, 2022)
Drinking the Texas kool-aid.
The whole time.
My mom is saying that she doesn't know about these people.
But then I graduated Phi Beta Kappa and the UT people gave me all of the awards.
My dad's dad had studied at Oxford.
["Socialist MPs Meet with Prosecutor General" The BSP for Bulgaria parliamentary group Tuesday met with Prosecutor General Ivan Geshev and his team. The meeting was a follow-up to a letter he sent to the 240 Bulgarian MPs on October 18 calling for urgent judicial reform to curb crime and for dialogue among the state institutions. So far Geshev has met with MPs of GERB-UDF, the Movement for Rights and Freedoms, and Bulgarian Rise. BSP for Bulgaria reiterated their demand for the Prosecutor General's resignation, arguing that they had sent numerous alerts to the prosecution service which had not yielded results.] The Bulgarian news is reporting on the socialist party. (November 2, 2022)
The Austin university + recruits + professors
Come to Texas. We have the best professors.
Do you want to play for the Yankees?
Do you want to study at Texas?
That is the point I am making this morning.
That Austin can recruit faculty.
It's famous professors at its schools.
It's West Coast lifestyle.
The Astros lost last night in Philadelphia. Maybe that's alright because the Phillies like never win and the Astros are always in the World Series.
Conceptually, Texas and recruiting.
Austin, Texas is my hometown. Texas is often successful at recruiting faculty. Maybe that is the machine of it. For example, Ian Hancock is a professor. He was my professor.
Because it's an oasis and there is a lake.
UT pays them enough to live in the city.
UT is right in the middle of Austin.
If for example, there is some academician, he might accept a job in Austin because he'll make enough so he can live in downtown and Austin. It's some of a land oasis. It's called Town Lake. He can wake up and go to Texas and then drive over to Town Lake.
Half of you will graduate.
One of you will be team leader.
My mother told my dad, that like he has these two kids and her, and like a masters degree is too much. He needs to graduate or whatever and start working.
There was no way my dad was going to get a PhD.
My mom barley let him graduate from the LBJ School.
The whole time my mom was like yes and no going along with this stuff.
I ended up graduating Phi Beta Kappa from Texas in 2005 with a BA in Russian, Eastern European, and Eurasian Studies. At the time, Texas had civil defense funding for its Russian program. On paper, even in Austin, I attended and graduated at the top of my class at these military language schools.
Both Sam and Edward Welles went to Princeton.
Allen and John Foster Dulles went to Princeton.
It's in Princeton, New Jersey.
Allen and John Foster were there when Woodrow Wilson was the President of Princeton. And that's how they did it. They stayed near President Wilson for decades and decades.
My uncle became a priest and my grandpa got a Rhodes Scholarship at Oxford.
It's kind of a description of the Dulles family. That these two camped out at the university president's office, and that's how they go their jobs. It's like chief of staff culture or something. It's beneath me to get a job like that.
This is me talking about Princeton. 11-2-22
I couldn't wait to get back to Jersey and the East Coast.
"Bulgaria: New Protest by Ukrainians and Hoteliers in Sunny Beach" "Today, over 100 Ukrainian citizens and hoteliers protested in the center of Sunny Beach. Many of the people have suitcases and claim that the hoteliers want money already for their stay in the resorts. Both hoteliers and Ukrainian citizens are demanding that the decision to move Ukrainian refugees from hotels to state-owned municipal resorts be reversed. Some of the hotels stopped providing food the Ukrainians, and in others they made them pay to stay there. That's why many people have packed their bags and don't know what to do. We remain on the streets, said desperate Ukrainian citizens, and called on the government to reconsider its decision to relocate them and leave them in hotels during the winter months. Many Ukrainians also ask how to integrate as they are constantly being moved. Meanwhile, the Ministry of Tourism announced that assistance to Ukrainian refugees who have sought temporary protection in Bulgaria continues by accommodating them in state resorts." The Bulgarian news is reporting on Ukrainian refugees. (November 2, 2022)
This is me talking about the Houston Astros. 11-2-22
[What do we do now? "Closed" doors to Ukraine - one country is holding everything back Switzerland does not allow Germany to transfer Swiss-made anti-aircraft ammunition to Ukraine, Frankfurter Allgemeine writes.] The Serbian news is reporting on Berlin. (November 1, 2022)
[Turkish defense minister urges Russian counterpart to rethink grain deal decision The official noted that the Istanbul agreements were of huge importance for alleviating the global food crisis, and called to resolve all issues "through cooperation and dialogue" ANKARA, November 1. /TASS/. In a conversation with his Russian counterpart Sergey Shoigu, Turkish National Defense Minister Hulusi Akar called upon Russia to review its decision on the Black Sea grain transportation deal and to extend the agreement, the Turkish ministry said in a statement. "Defense Minister Akar held a phone conversation with his Russian counterpart Shoigu, calling to review the suspension of Russia's participation in the grain export initiative," the Defense Ministry said. The official noted that the Istanbul agreements were of huge importance for alleviating the global food crisis, and called to resolve all issues "through cooperation and dialogue."] The Russian news is reporting on Ankara. (November 1, 2022)
It's a from our own cotton fields cotton blue jeans.
And then Kate shows up with this crazy silk shirt.
And yet, here are all of these Texans wearing blue jeans every day. In Texas we grow our own cotton and we wear jeans made out of cotton.
In Austin, Texas. The whole time, my mom warned me about these people. We lived in a Mexican neighborhood. Of course we got along with our neighbors. My mother can make clothes and quilts. She actually worked for a while at Texas Hatters which is probably the finest hat maker in Texas. I think the climate in Texas is so extreme, that they like didn't appreciate the clothes my mother could wear and make. Kind of, you really have to wear jeans every day. It's a cotton. In Texas we grown our own cotton.
I guess the warning though. How could she have explained this to me. That in other places people wore different clothes.
Understand it isn't that they wear coats in Indiana or Chicago.
She's saying that when it's warm people wear these French handmade clothes.
Today I live here in Washington, DC and I wear either yoga pants or jeans every day of the year.
Maybe that speaks to Texas culture and how powerful that is about what everyone should wear.
[MINSK, November 1. /TASS/. Two joint with Russia military training centers are operating on the territory of Belarus, Valery Revenko, Chief of the International Military Cooperation Department of the country's Defense Ministry, said on Tuesday. "By a corresponding decree, the president of Belarus has approved a draft agreement with Russia on the creation and functioning of joint training centers. At present, two of them [centers] train servicemen on the territory of Belarus (Aerospace Forces and Air Defense Forces, Rocket Forces and Artillery Forces - TASS) and one [center] on the territory of the Russian Federation," Revenko wrote on his Twitter. On Monday, Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko signed a decree approving a draft agreement with Russia on the creation and operation of training and combat centers for joint training of servicemenl of the two countries. The document entitles the country's Defense Ministry to negotiate and sign the agreement within the limits of the approved draft.] The Russian news is reporting on Minsk. (November 1, 2022)
I think Coleen looks so terrible.
I think I look terrible.
[It is time to come to reason when it is a matter of the national budget, caretaker Prime Minister Galab Donev said, speaking before Monday's meeting of the Council of Ministers scheduled to discuss the extension of Budget 2022. The Finance Ministry has drafted several scenarios, including a complete draft budget for 2023, and the government opted for the extension of the effect of the 2022 State Budget Act, or the so-called "extending bill", Donev recalled.] The Bulgarian news is reporting on the budget. (November 1, 2022)
["The caretaker cabinet decided: Ukrainian refugees will again be accommodated in state resorts" Bulgaria will continue the program for the accommodation of Ukrainian refugees, and they will again be moved to state resorts. This was stated by Interior Minister Ivan Demerdzhiev at a briefing in the Council of Ministers. "We have foreseen the necessary places and opportunities for this. A 15-day deadline will be given until the middle of the month for people who are accommodated in hotels to be moved to suitable resorts. Only Bulgaria and two other countries - Cyprus and Ireland provide such protection for unlimited period. On the other hand, we want to make sure that in the coming winter conditions, these citizens will be accommodated in suitable places and will not have to move to harsh climatic conditions," said the minister. The Minister of Tourism, Ilin Dimitrov, stated that the financial resources allocated by Bulgaria are significant, even compared to the other EU member states. So far, nearly BGN 523 million have been paid, of which BGN 200 million are at the expense of the budget and about BGN 300 million - under European programs and funds, he explained.] The Bulgarian news is reporting on Ukrainian refugees. (November 1, 2022)
"A 26 year-old Ukrainian, Anton, at a shelter.... He fears for the safety of his pregnant wife..." "Head of Iranian guard warns protesters" "Iran: 2 protesters reported fatally shot by troops" The Washington Post is reporting on Tehran. (October 31, 2022)
["Serbia will receive 160 million euros of direct budget support from the EU" VIDEO President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic, welcomed the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, at the "Konstantin the Great" airport in Nis.] The Serbian news is reporting on President Vucic. (October 31, 2022)
"The Foreign Minister of Germany, Annalena Baerbock will start her three-day visit to Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan on October 30. In Tashkent, the minister is to hold talks with the Uzbek Foreign Minister Vladimir Norov and visit the German-Uzbek educational center. In addition, Baerbock will visit irrigation systems in Samarkand, which are being built with the support of Germany. A delegation of experts in the field of energy and infrastructure will accompany Baerbock on the trip." The Tashkent news is reporting on Berlin. (October 31, 2022)
"UN, October 31. /TASS/. The United Nations, Turkish, and Ukrainian delegation to the Istanbul-based Joint Coordination Center (JCC) have agreed on a schedule for the movement of 16, instead of 14 previously reported vessels along the marine humanitarian corridor on October 31, the UN mission said in a statement." The Russian news is reporting on Ankara. (October 31, 2022)
[The Program for Humanitarian Assistance to Ukrainian Citizens Granted Temporary Protection ends today. Over 11,500 Ukrainian refugees are accommodated in hotels and state resorts along the Southern Black Sea coast. The National Operations Headquarters is expected to make a decision on whether the program will be extended or terminated. And in Sunny Beach, an inspection of the hotels began to count Ukrainian refugees in the resort An interdepartmental commission of representatives of economic police, the Regional Police Department in Nessebar, the National Revenue Agency and the Child Protection Agency is conducting an inspection of hotels where Ukrainian refugees are accommodated. The checks are carried out randomly, said hotelier Krasimir Belorezhki. 800 Ukrainian citizens are accommodated in 4 of his hotels in Sunny Beach: "The Ukrainians themselves were very stressed because there were uniformed people. Maybe for a moment they thought that we were going to take them out of the hotels. Which is something that can happen if there is no program... There were no problems... The thing is, I don't know what the point of the whole thing was this movement. Because if there is no program on Monday-Tuesday, then everything is pointless". A large protest in the center of Sunny Beach is being organized for tomorrow. It will be held if there is a humanitarian crisis.] The Bulgarian news is reporting on Ukrainian refugees. (October 31, 2022)
If the Virginians sit as a group, and with the surveillance radios watch the civilian agents sleep, can each of them then submit an invoice for working?
I drove to the fu$% store and that dumb bi$% who works there said this.
Coleen's cunny made another baby!
His Virginia dick isn't supposed to file an invoice!
He told me I have army soldier cunny!
My name is Donna. I am from Texas.
Меня зовут Донна. Я из Техаса.
This is me talking about Ramzan Kadyrov. 10-30-22
For me to say. That is for me the mystery of faith. Because we want our friends and relatives to be young and healthy forever. We don't want anything bad to happen. Where was God then?
[Kadyrov acknowledges major losses in Chechen ranks in Ukraine" The ruler of the Russian republic of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, has admitted to high losses in his own ranks - which are supporting Russia in its war on Ukraine - after an artillery shelling by Ukrainian troops. "Twenty-three fighters have died and 58 have been injured," Kadyrov wrote on his Telegram channel late on Thursday. Ukrainian sources had reported earlier this week that a Chechen unit in the southern Ukrainian region of Kherson had given away its location via photos on social networks, which led to it being hit by artillery fire. Normally, Russian officials do not publish figures on their own casualties. In this case, Kadyrov may have been challenging the even higher figures given by the Ukrainian side.] The Turkish news is reporting on Grozny. (October 30, 2022)
If I have colleagues. In the Anglican tradition this is what we say:
"And we pray for the dead."
"Gracious God, the comfort of all who sorrow, the strength of all who suffer: Let the cry of those in misery and need come to you, that they may find your mercy present with them in all their afflictions; and give us, we pray, the strength to serve them for the sake of him who suffered for us, your Son Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen."
Let's go with what Turkey decided.
What has Turkey decided?
"Northvolt could postpone building new gigafactory in Germany" "Swedish electric car battery specialist Northvolt could postpone building a factory in northern Germany due to the energy crisis and enticing subsidies in the United States, its boss said Saturday." The German news is reporting on the automobile instudry. (October 30, 2022)
This is a true story:
In Los Angeles, I went to the mental hospital and they weighed me and I was about 100 lbs. Maybe 105 lbs or something. After the pandemic, I just weighed and it said 149 lbs. I cannot believe it. I'm the same person. Kind of 50 lbs up and down.
This is me talking about the Virginians. 10-29-22
The Virginians have surveillance teams.
They're Prussian immigrants.
They don't read or write during their shifts.
Maybe this is covert operations.
It's weird about the civilian agents.
They watch the agents sleep at night.
At night, the surveillance teams watch the civilian agents sleep.
I guess to look for illegal activity.
Maybe it started out as a security clearance.
But, then they never saw anything illegal.
They don't know how to adjust what they're viewing.
And so they sit for hours watching the civilian agents.
It's weird that they would expect to see something illegal.
I guess they are consultants.
They tell the civilian agents through a loudspeaker things about ops.
I am writing about the Germans.
OK. Martina texted me and asked if I want to go to a basketball game this season. She didn't know this, but I decided that this season I wouldn't go. Because I have different alternative goals for my budget. Of course I said yes and tonight we're going to the basketball game.
This is funny.
"I don't know who this is?"
"I don't go to the basketball games."
"I don't know how to go to the basketball games."
How many photographs are there on social media of me at the basketball games?
Kind of, I think the Germans cannot do this additional gear. They cannot heave toward to the victory. They aren't goal oriented and such that it's a yes or no win or loss.
This is me talking about 'The Departed'. 10-28-22
Yes like Ivan. But Russia is so huge and the Kremlin is so huge.
There is a specific part of the Kremlin, supposedly Ivan IV sat there.
I love going to London.
I get off the plane at Heathrow and that's on the subway. And I take the train to the city center. At the tower the tour guides are RAF retirees. I have been on that tour many times. It's RAF retirees that give the tours. I have my own opinions about the tower.
For example, I would like them to have an X. Can they work out exactly where did Anne Bolyn died. Somehow she died there. It isn't known maybe where in the tower she died. She died in the tower though.
They won't tell me that.
If you go to the tower, they won't tell you where exactly in the tower Anne Bolyn died. Because she was Elizabeth's mother. I would like to know where in that building she died.
And I think about Elizabeth and walking around the building and Henry.
[Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman Konstantin Vorontsov threatens to shoot down Elon Musk's Starlink satellites, as well as the satellites of Planet Labs and Maxar, which create detailed images of different areas. "Quasi-civilian infrastructure may be a legitimate target for a retaliatory strike," senior foreign ministry official Konstantin Vorontsov told the United Nations, reiterating Moscow's position that Western civilian and commercial satellites helping Ukrainian's war effort was "an extremely dangerous trend." "No country has carried out a missile strike against an enemy's satellite. Such an act during the war in Ukraine could sharply escalate tensions between Russia and the United States", as Reuters reports. "This threat has brought us to a brink that we've never been to before," said Michelle Hanlon, co-director of the University of Mississippi School of Law's Air and Space Law program. "There's always been a sense that this could happen, but never has somebody actually said that they might do that out loud." The Ukrainian army, let's recall, strongly relies on Elon Musk's "SpaceX", which enables high-speed internet through the Starlink satellite network. American companies like "Maxar Technologies" also make footage of the war in Ukraine with the help of satellites in orbit. In addition, tens of thousands of communications devices in Ukraine rely on U.S. satellite communications giant Iridium's satellite network. According to international law and the law of war, a Russian attack on the commercial satellites of an American private company could be considered an act of war to which the US could respond, Hanlon said. White House spokesman John Kirby said on Thursday that any attack on U.S. infrastructure would be met with a response but he did not go into detail. "The legal aspects of all this are really murky at the moment," said Brian Weeden, a space policy analyst at the Secure World Foundation told Reuters. "We don't have any examples of wartime uses of force against satellites - there's really nothing to go off of."] The Serbian news is reporting on Elon Musk. (October 28, 2022)
I'm actually in favor of a bipolar world.
The east and west.
Can London and Washington, DC be the west and Moscow be the east?
I am in favor of bipolar. I am opposed to hegemony or multipolarity.
Somehow there is an east and west.
East isn't west, somehow.
And these Irish guys it's so crazy. I believe in the glory of England. My relatives arrived here from England hundreds of years ago. My uncle was the bishop of Kansas City. His grandpa was the bishop of Wisconsin.
That is a falling out.
The Americans really do like talking about their own cities and their own histories and stuff. And then the British are awkward about these same topics.
It's because these British women have so many babies.
I guess it's because of the economic structure over there and the banks and the women think they can marry a wealthy man and she has a job in the home.
The Dutch, their girlfriend can just live in the house.
Why do the British insist their wives make so many babies, even if they don't work?
I think it comes across as Kate is riding dick and that's her job because William is wealthy and Kate doesn't work. #London
"It was denied that Iran's military drones are being assembled in Uzbekistan" "Today, the video conversation between former Russian billionaire Leonid Nevzlin and Ukrainian journalist Dmitry Gordon is causing wide discussion in many Internet publications of Uzbekistan. In it, they said that military drones are being assembled at a factory in Uzbekistan in cooperation with Iran and that they will be delivered to Russia, which is attacking Ukraine" The Tashkent news is reporting on drones. (October 28, 2022)
Conceptually, Russian history. It is really interesting to read about.
I almost wonder if it is what is officially interesting, in terms of civilization.
I say that the British think it's boring to talk about the empire.
And then Coleen has all of these kids.
Kate has all of these kids.
And the British think it's boring to talk about the empire.
The Irish desk is saying it's normal to have so many kids.
Yeah but why does Wayne want so many little kids in the house?
When I was 18 in college I took ancient Russian history class. And then more modern Russian history classes.
It was a day in my life. And I decided that I would devote my life to Russian studies. I would be my family's Russian scholar. And I told my parents this and other people. That was when I was 18 or 19 years old.
I'm going to send you my invoice! #Amsterdam
[US silence about biolabs in Ukraine proves Russia's position is justified - envoy There was no substantive response to Russia's repeated requests to the US side for extensive clarifications about this kind of activity, Vasily Nebenzya said UNITED NATIONS, October 28. /TASS/. Washington's lack of response to Russian requests about US biological labs in Ukraine shows that Russia's complaints about them are justified, Russia's Permanent Representative to the United Nations Vasily Nebenzya told the UN Security Council on Thursday. "There was no substantive response to our repeated requests to the US side for extensive clarifications about this kind of activity," he said. "The US secrecy and lack of response to Russia's complaints only proves that they are justified.".] The Russian news is reporting on biolabs. (October 28, 2022)
[Musk plans to drop permanent bans for Twitter users Elon Musk said earlier he believed that Twitter should become a fair forum for people with a wide range of beliefs NEW YORK, October 28. /TASS/. Elon Musk, who has recently completed a $44 bln acquisition of Twitter, might remove the platform's practice of permanently banning users, Bloomberg reported citing a source. "Musk intends to do away with permanent bans on users because he doesn't believe in lifelong prohibitions, the person said. That means people previously booted off the platform may be allowed to return, a category that would include former president Donald Trump, the person said. It's unclear however if Trump would be allowed back on Twitter in the near term," Bloomberg writes. Musk said earlier he believes that Twitter should become a fair forum for people with a wide range of beliefs. Trump said back in April he hoped Musk would buy Twitter, but had no plans to return to the social network even if his account was not banned.] The Russian news is reporting on Elon Musk. (October 28, 2022)
"The Bulgarian President said that Bulgaria and Moldova can respond to the challenges they face by cooperating with each other, giving as an example the agreement signed earlier on Thursday by Vladimir Malinov, Executive Director of Bulgarian natural gas transmission operator Bulgartransgaz, and Victor Binzari, Director general of the Moldovan public natural gas supplier Energocom." The Bulgarian news is reporting on Moldova. (October 28, 2022)
This whole time, my whole life, I would watch Sergei Zubov on television. He is so handsome. He had played on the team in New York City. He had come from Moscow. And then he would wear cowboy hats and stuff in Texas with me.
And then Alex Ovechkin he is so disgusting. He won't get his teeth fixed. I cannot believe him. Alex has one Stanley Cup and Sergei has two. The whole time, Alex won the Stanley Cup one time. The rest of the time he is living in this house in Virginia with this woman and now she comes to the games with their two kids.
Sergei Zubov was shameless because he became a Texan and wore Texas clothes and ate Texas food. They do a LOT of community service stuff in Dallas. Maybe they make them social workers or something, the hockey team. The whole time Sergei Zubov was wearing jeans and cowboys hats and of course he looked so handsome. He had played on the team in New York City also.
It's called Big D. Dallas is Big D.
Sergei Zubov used to play for the Dallas Stars. When I was little, my mother and I would watch the hockey games on television. Zubov is also the name of a character in 'War and Peace'. Last night the Capitals lost on the road against Dallas at the American Airlines Center. I have been there to see the Stars play. (October 28, 2022)
[The European Union (EU) expects the new government of Serbia to work sincerely and seriously to fulfill all the necessary tasks in order to advance in the process of rapprochement with the EU, which includes compliance with the EU's foreign policy decisions and actions, said spokesman Peter Stano. At a press conference in Brussels, he answered a journalist's question about the EU's expectations from the new government of Serbia and said that the expectations are as always from Serbia, as a candidate country for EU membership, and in this context indicated that the EU hopes that this government will implement the necessary reforms. "It is always important to have a functioning government that can reliably fulfill all the necessary reforms and criteria in the accession process, as well as all the expectations of the EU and its member states when it comes to the behavior of a candidate country seeking membership in EU," Stano said. Meanwhile, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic has accused the Kosovo government of endangering the stability, peace and survival of Kosovo Serbs with its stubborn refusal to once again extend the deadline for re-registration of cars with old registrations from Serbia] The Bulgarian news is reporting on President Vucic. (October 28, 2022)
This is me talking about Kosovo. 10-27-22
[The National Security Council session is scheduled for 10:00 a.m., and prior to that, Aleksandar Vucic will meet with the representatives of Serbs from Kosovo and Metohija, and that meeting is scheduled for 9:00 a.m. After that, an address to the media is planned. The Serb List requested a meeting with the President of Serbia due to, as they stated, "Albin Kurti's announcement that on November 1, he will begin seizing the property of our citizens and vehicles with Serbian license plates".] The Serbian news is reporting on Kosovo. It seems like the Germans use airbases in Kosovo to trade through ports in the Balkans. Somehow Kosovo has a strategic military significance for the Germans in trade through ports. (October 27, 2022)
There is a method about writing assessments.
One way is to read the news.
But, which news.
There are the domestic papers and foreign newspapers. There are academic journals. The think tanks publish papers. You can ask people from there. And then human intelligence reports. There is an on paper list of sources if you're writing an assessment about a specific country. For example, today about Tel Aviv. Both the Washington Post and the Russian news report about the IDF and airstrikes. That has to be right. And then I can think about maps and other things I have read about the IDF and what's going on with these airstrikes in Syria.
"UNITED NATIONS, October 27. /TASS/. US commercial satellites may be seen as legitimate targets in case they are used in the conflict in Ukraine, a high-ranking Russian foreign ministry official said on Wednesday." The Russian news is reporting on satellites. (October 27, 2022)
[BEIRUT, October 27. /TASS/. Israel delivered a missile strike at targets near Damascus in the night to Thursday, SANA agency reported. According to the agency's source in the Syrian law enforcement structures, the strike was delivered at about 00:30 am local time. "The Israeli enemy unleashed an aerial aggression from the occupied Palestinian territories" to hit several facilities located near the Syrian capital city, it said. Some of the missiles were downed by Syrian air defense systems, others incurred only material damage. The Syrian mass media reported in the small hours on October 22 that Israel had hit several facilities near Damascus. Moscow of the Israeli missiles were intercepted. Israel attacked several facilities near Damascus again on October 24. One Syrian soldier was wounded.] The Russian news is reporting on Tel Aviv. (October 27, 2022)
"The position of Bulgaria and Hungary regarding the refusal to provide military aid to Ukraine is incomprehensible and "close to treason", said Latvian Defense Minister Artis Pabriks. Minister Artis Pabriks was interviewed by Radio Free Europe. He commented on Russia's nuclear threats, EU aid to Ukraine, Latvia's support for Ukraine and the positions of Bulgaria and Hungary." The Bulgarian news is reporting on NATO. (October 27, 2022)
Can we just talk about sunglasses and looking cool?
Uh, sunglasses and looking cool.
In the world, my dad can switch to sunglasses and looking cool.
Right now what I am doing with Jim is when he says something mean, I will respond with a comment about Italian fashion like clothes or nice phones or something.
How German men are, German women don't mind that.
If he completely stops.
I guess German women.
Maybe they don't mind how these guys talk?
I always wonder if they simply are immune to what these German guys say.
La Jolla, California is a suburb of San Diego. It's toward Los Angeles. THE time we got to go to La Jolla. Eliot ruined the day. He like said something mean in the morning and then the drive there and back. Ask me about the trip to La Jolla, I think Eliot made it miserable and yes I went but it wasn't really fun because I was upset Eliot had yelled at me.
To begin with, the liberals don't like the domestic surveillance program.
I see this on the radio.
We see this on the radio.
I see this on the surveillance radio.
We see this on the monitor.
We are radio technicians.
We are experts in law enforcement.
There seems to be an issue about law enforcement.
We're watching this on the radio.
The Virginians sit and watch a radio. They're supposed to be navy-like and read and write reports as though they are communications officers. They think the machines hear them and see their faces. They don't read or write. And so they think it's their job to view events on the radio monitor, and have an opinion as consultants about the law. But they don't see anything illegal. It seems like that's not exactly how the radios work. Also, it means they sit there and don't read or write.
Jim was like, this guy over at the Congress. I told him that's where I live. I live by the Congress.
Only Jim doesn't live by the Congress.
The point is to call the landlord if something breaks.
"I rent an apartment."
"I own a condominium."
I don't want to own a condo because it's like, can I hire people to do the property management stuff. I just want a place to live and sleep and stuff. Can I call the landlord if something breaks?
That's his job. It's why the wealthy live in the city.
This is me talking about Nikola Selakovic. 10-26-22
Where is Nikola Selakovic?
"The new government will have 28 ministers, including 3 without portfolio, she said adding that the first deputy Prime Minister will be the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ivica Dacic, along with Finance Minister Sinisa Mali, Culture Minister Maja Gojkovic and Defense Minister Milos Vucevic, serving as deputy Prime Ministers." The Serbian news is reporting on the parliament. (October 26, 2022)
"MOSCOW, October 26. /TASS/. Russia's State Duma (the lower house of parliament) on October 27 will consider a draft address to the world's parliaments about the need to strengthen the implementation of the Biological Weapons Convention, the State Duma's press service said in a statement on Wednesday, adding that that document would be reviewed at the behest of State Duma Deputy Speaker Irina Yarovaya." The Russian news is reporting on bioweapons. (October 26, 2022)
[MINSK, October 26. /TASS/. Belarusian and Russian law enforcement officers have apprehended members of a criminal group engaged in transporting drugs from the EU to Russia, the press service of the Belarusian Interior Ministry reported on Wednesday. "A joint operation between drug control officers and customs officials made it possible to thwart the activities of an organized criminal gang, involved in exporting drugs across the state border of Belarus," the ministry said. According to the Interior Ministry, at the Warsaw Bridge checkpoint, Brest customs officers arrested a local resident, 47, who had smuggled about 77 kg of hashish into the country. Then the officers identified three other members of the Belarus branch of the group. They had 47,000 euro, 135,000 Russian rubles, a roll of marijuana and falsified Lithuanian documents. Later, the Belarusian police working together with the Russian Federal Customs Service carried out a joint operation in Russia. "As a result, other members of the international criminal syndicate were detained in St. Petersburg, possessing drugs and criminally-obtained cash in the amount of roughly $800,000 ended up being seized," the Interior Ministry added.] The Russian news is reporting on the Minsk PD. (October 26, 2022)
I think the suggestion was to walk closer to them and get their names and exactly who they are. Right?
I kept my distance and I as I could I kind looked at them very closely from the sidewalk as I was waiting to cross the street. I couldn't even tell for sure what country were from.
That's why. Because it comes a lot in Washington, DC about what pedestrians can view. So, what if it's weird what you can see from the sidewalk at...the field office. How about at the Hoover Building? If this is in real terms secretive activities.
"I came all of this way just to say." I actually believe what happens here in Washington, DC resonates all over. I have a sense of right and wrong. If I don't like something, I yell and scream sometimes.
Wayne Rooney flew all of the way here and said he didn't know the rules of baseball.
Alex Ovechkin flew all of the way here and bought a home in Virginia.
It matters what we say.
This is me talking about Ashton Carter. 10-25-22
This is me talking about Elon Musk. 10-25-22
"Sunak becomes Prime Minister of Great Britain: he will visit Buckingham Palace today" "The new leader of the Conservative Party, Rishi Sunak, will become the British Prime Minister today." The Serbian news is reporting on London. (October 25, 2022)
[KIEV, October 25. /TASS/. The situation on the Ukraine-Belarus border is stable, Ukrainian State Border Service Spokesman Andrey Demchenko said on Tuesday. "The situation on the Ukrainian-Belarusian border is currently stable and under control. As for the number of Belarusian troops stationed near the border with Ukraine, we haven't seen any changes. They are deployed there on a rotation basis," he told the Rada TV channel. According to Demchenko, Ukraine's border with Belarus "has been strengthened as much as possible, fortifications have been built and continue to be built, as well as sheltered locations." The Ukraine-Belarus border is 1,084 kilometers long.] The Russian news is reporting on Minsk. (October 25, 2022)
"Customs officers found and seized illegal medicinal products at the Kapitan Andreevo checkpoint on the border with Turkiye during checks of three vehicles, the Customs Agency in Svilengrad reported Monday. The largest quantity of medications was found on October 20 on a Turkish-registered bus travelling to Ukraine. Five boxes full of tablets, ampules, vials and injector pens, estimated to be worth BGN 157,773 were discovered in the luggage compartment, which were property of an Azerbaijani passenger, who has been charged. The two other instances concern 28,000 packages of vitamins and 133 injection solutions of anabolic steroids, found on a truck and 133 packages of anabolic steroids found in a Bulgarian-registered car, the Customs Agency said." The Bulgarian news is reporting on the police. (October 25, 2022)
"The largest parliamentary group GERB-SDS submitted to the parliament's secretariat a draft decision on sending military aid to Ukraine. The political power has also submitted draft decisions on the adoption of the euro in Bulgaria and on compensations for non-domestic end customers of electricity. GERB-SDS has submitted a package of draft decisions in three areas of already stated priorities - diversification of energy supplies, military and technical assistance for Ukraine, including the availability of obsolete equipment for the armed forces, and accelerating the process of technical preparation for the adoption of the euro. The parliamentary group proposes that, in addition to providing military aid to Ukraine, the Ministerial Council should hold consultations, within the framework of the NATO initiative to strengthen the eastern flank, for the deployment of forces and means to guarantee the security of the country, including for joint air defense our space." The Bulgarian news is reporting on Kiev. (October 25, 2022)
"Most Bulgarians (52%) believe that the air quality in their country has deteriorated in the last 10 years, according to a Eurobarometer survey published on Monday. Air quality has improved according to 7% of Bulgarians and has stayed the same according to 35%." The Bulgarian news is reporting on air quality. (October 24, 2022)
From Washington, DC
"Well let me have four of Wayne's kids."
Wayne Rooney is really out of shape and Coleen flies with the kids constantly on the airplane.
[The chiefs of seven police departments in Sofia are being replaced after the inspections provoked by the investigation into the cases involving Georgi Semerdzhiev and the "Ring Road" accident. This was announced by Interior Minister Ivan Demerdzhiev. He specified that the people who will be replaced did not provide police protection in these cases, but also did not take the necessary actions to prevent such incidents. "The people we are going to replace did not put an umbrella over anyone, but they did not carry out the necessary control either, they did not establish actions that would not lead to a case like the one with Georgi Semerdzhiev, like the other case with the Ring Road disaster," he said. The casts cover Second District Police Station, Third DPS, Fourth DPS, Fifth DPS, Sixth DPS, Seventh DPS and Eighth DPS. The new chiefs of the police departments were elected on the proposal of the Chief Secretary of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, Petar Todorov.] The Bulgarian news is reporting on the police. (October 24, 2022)
Well, I'm not your girl.
I have described this.
OK. It is like in his life, Wayne Rooney only did it four times with his own wife and she made four babies. Kind of, in Texas there is a song that goes "banging CDs" and "call me when".
I guess Wayne is vulnerable to jokes about his wife and kids. It's overwhelming about Coleen and flying with the kids on the airplane.
I didn't have any money in Texas.
If Wayne's kids are worth anything can they succeed without inherited money?
It seems really important to Wayne that he has these four kids and Coleen is the mom.
I think it's like Wayne in his life did it four times
Pardon me I need some swisha house
She like it when they
Call me when
Gets excited when
This is me talking about the White House church. 10-24-22
Are you supposed to do this.
Who are you supposed to do this with.
Wayne Rooney only does it with Coleen.
I am thoughtful about the banks in London and the parliament.
It's weird then about taxes.
If the wealthy marry women who look like Coleen Rooney.
Kind of, George Clooney and Johnny Depp are famous Kentuckians.
I live here in Washington, DC but I used to spend every summer in Kentucky.
The Virginians and the Kentuckians.
It is famous about West Virginia and Kentucky in the context of the Hatfields and the McCoys.
There exists the Virginians and the Kentuckians.
I am a Kentuckian, in the sense my grandma was from Kentucky and I spent my summers there when I was little. This comes up a lot because I complain about the Virginians so much. The Virginians are Prussian immigrants.
"Musk then dated Amber Heard for several months in 2017 he had reportedly been pursuing her since 2012. Musk was later accused by Johnny Depp of having an affair with Heard while she was still married to Depp. Musk and Heard both denied the affair."
What is going on, Joey Fishkin I think went to the same high school at Amber Heard. And then at Oxford he was in the same class as Chelsea Clinton. Joey's brother Bobby is my friend from high school.
I want to lose 7 lbs or so. 5-10 lbs. I have a goal weight. I used to work full time at YogaWorks and I weighed 135 lbs. Sometimes I would get down to 133 lbs.
Anymore, I think I am ten pounds more than that. I feel like I am that big.
I am working on it and I think I am feeling better. It's hard for me these days to eat right and have the energy I need.
Anyway, Jim I think wants us to get back together or something.
I think if I can get back to the weight I want, then I can think about that.
OK. Henry Welles was born New York City 1956. His dad studied at Oxford but he was a Rhodes Scholar. He went to Princeton. I grew up in Texas. My dad worked as an economist for the Texas state government. He retired a Rate 4 Analyst. For me, what would be a realistic option for me to succeed? Kind of wouldn't I be really reliant on Texas schools? And wouldn't there be good schools there though because of NASA, for example. Also, maybe they would benefit from someone like me there because my dad's mom was from New England.
I did borrow money to go to college. I would be really dependent on student loans. If the police were there at all, I wonder if I would have just died in the desert.
Matt is a good example. His dad was a fireman. He would be less afraid of the police, couldn't Matt just get a job as a fireman?
My audience is always the British. That's funny because sometimes it's funny jokes. As I can, I tell the British what I know.
In the American economy, there is a tradeoff when you work. A few of them.
For example, salary and job security.
If you have a high salary, you have less job security.
Also, education and job security.
If you have too much education, you want too much money and they'll fire you.
So, if you have a PhD, you're the first one to go because they'll think you want a lot of money.
I have very few relatives with a PhD.
Because it does mean they want more money and they don't like working.
About the Virginians and the radios.
The whole city is contractors.
I think it is supposed to be kind of fluid about people's jobs.
But, I went to college for a long time to study Russia.
That seems like I should continue to do Russia-related activities.
Weirdly, if you have a lot of schooling in a topic maybe you can get a job doing that.
For example, can the police go to law school.
My audience is always the British. Maybe it's their fault or something about the Virginians. Why is everything like this.
How is it going?
In Rotterdam and Amsterdam the Dutch language. A Dutch guy can walk around the city, and say the same word to everyone he sees.
Maybe they are criminals.
Может быть, они преступники.
That's from Russia maybe. Anything at night, they probably are criminals.
People have seen Point Break.
That is how I am in my own personality. For example, my mom's mom grew up on a tobacco farm in Kentucky. They were share croppers. They didn't own the land, but they for a living every day farmed the tobacco.
I just like getting up early and doing stuff.
The other Texans don't as I do understand this. But, they also like being up early. It was like gin and other things I did. I brought that culture to Texas.
For example, Matt Durham is today a physicist at Los Alamos which is our national laboratory. At UT, I would park my car at Matt's house in the mornings and then the two of us would take the university shuttle bus to our classes. The bus would stop, Matt would get off at the physics building and I would get off at the Russian studies building.
I wonder if even today here in Washington, DC I have a sense of what Matt is doing at Los Alamos.
My grandma married Robert Edwards who was in the US Army during the war. He served on the ships in the Atlantic. We give him a hard time, because he wasn't like Uncle Arbor. Uncle Arbor parachuted into France and then fought the Germans until they surrendered. After the war, Uncle Arbor was a truck driver. I knew Arbor in my own life. He called me "Youngin".
Clifford is the man, his family owned the land that the tobacco was grown on. My grandparents got divorced. But then, kind of my grandma and Clifford got together. After the war in Indiana he rented people farm equipment. It does remind of Al Swearingen in Deadwood. Because maybe Clifford didn't himself farm the land, but his parents owned tobacco land and Clifford himself would rent them tractors.
Clifford was also in the army though during the war. He served on the bomber planes and it was his job to position the bombs, and so they would fall out of the airplanes right. Also in Europe. Maybe which is why we won.
[The world has largely moved on from Covid - except for China, where towns and cities are still shut down overnight. And that's unlikely to change soon, judging by President Xi Jinping's opening speech at the Communist Party Congress on Sunday. China - and even the world - was hoping for a hint of relaxation. But Mr Xi, who is set to be handed a historic third term to lead the Party, said that the government would not "waver" in its commitment to record zero cases. Driven by Mr Xi's approval, China's lockdowns have been incessant, unpredictable and hellish by most accounts. They have sparked food shortages, crippled healthcare access, hit the economy hard and even spurred rare signs of protest. But Beijing has clung to zero-Covid, which has come to define Mr Xi's rule and the authoritarian bureaucracy at his disposal like almost no other policy.] The BBC is reporting on Beijing. It seems like Beijing imports German-made police radios. (October 22, 2022)
"EXPLAINED: How Germany plans to pay people's gas bills in December" "As part of a phased relief package, the German government has agreed to cover December's gas bill for households and some businesses. But how much money are people set to get - and how? Here's what you need to know." The German news is reporting on energy costs. (October 22, 2022)
"Ukraine has approached Israel with a possible request for air and missile defense systems and technology as the former gets pounded by Russia-led drone attacks. Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said Thursday he had spoken to Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid and discussed in detail Kyiv's request." The Turkish news is reporting on air defense systems. (October 22, 2022)
[Iranian military staff in Crimea helped Russian forces conduct drone strikes on Ukraine with kamikaze drones, the White House said Thursday. "We assess that Iranian military personnel were on the ground in Crimea and assisted Russia in these operations," White House national security spokesperson John Kirby told reporters. Kirby said that the Iranians in Crimea were trainers and tech support workers and that the Russians were piloting the drones, which have caused significant damage to Ukrainian infrastructure.] The Turkish news is reporting on drones. (October 22, 2022)
I speak Russian. I studied in Saint Petersburg.
Я говорю по-русски. Я училась в Санкт-Петербурге.
I speak Russian though. When I eat with Italians. My parents sent me to school in Russia.
"Far-right leader Giorgia Meloni was named Italian prime minister Friday, becoming the first woman to head a government in Italy. Her post-fascist Brothers of Italy party-Eurosceptic and anti-immigration-won September 25 legislative polls but needs outside support to form a government. Meloni's appointment is an historic event for the eurozone's third largest economy and for Brothers of Italy, which has never been in government. The 45-year-old from Rome will now name her ministers who will be sworn in on Saturday in front of President Sergio Mattarella." France24 is reporting on the Italian parliament. (October 22, 2022)
In Austin, I think I assume they hire smart environmentalists who test the water a lot. Out in the suburbs, maybe they are dumber about water treatment.
I live right in the middle of the city. If you gave me TJ Oshie's house in McClean I wouldn't live there. In Texas I am paranoid about the water. In McLean I would wonder about the air quality.
It seems like everyone needs to take it easy.
"Well, it's boring where I normally live, so."
Maybe the point for this morning is that, every time TJ Oshie says where he lives, he says McLean, VA. I think it means he doesn't live where it's nice. My mailing address says Washington, DC.
I've suggested about the laws and how they relate to what is boring.
For example, I went to college in Saint Petersburg. Can the militsia entertain that in other places it isn't as nice as it is in Saint Petersburg. Can everyone take it easy?
My dad grew up in the New York City suburbs. Pelham. He and his brother and sister went to Pelham High School. The neighboring area is called Pelham Heights. Somehow they had even more money. My dad's dad worked for Time Inc. He was a Senior Editor at Time Magazine.
Davis was my dad's age and he lived in Pelham Heights. I guess those houses are larger than the houses in Pelham. It's fun Wayne Rooney is here because I know Coleen lives in that large house near Manchester.
I am on my own suspicious about property values in the suburbs. Yeah, but you live an hour from the city and aren't you guys wimpy?
I today live in Washington, DC. I have before lived in Los Angeles, CA and Atlanta, GA. I think I won't be convinced that the houses in the suburbs are worth much.
Every time you tell people where you live, no you don't live in the city you live in this suburb that nobody ever heard of. TJ Oshie just sold his home in McLean, VA.
"Mom, I moved to Virginia."
I can't believe I'd say that to my mom that I bought a house in Virginia.
This is a true story though.
One time, what did Davis' dad do for a living. He was a businessman.
One time these Italian guys showed up at his house. And they like took Davis and his mom hostage. The dad wasn't there. But then they just left.
That's the end of the story.
[German-French relations are shaken, and this is indicated by the cancellation of the planned meeting of the governments of the two countries, assesses the Viennese daily "Standard". The newspaper said French President Emmanuel Macron canceled a meeting with the German government, which was supposed to be the first of its kind between the two countries.] The Serbian news is reporting on Paris. (October 21, 2022)
[MOSCOW, October 21. /TASS/. Russian Ambassador in Washington Anatoly Antonov on Thursday said talks are necessary to determine the shape of world order in various areas. "We need negotiations where we can define the shape of world order. While, for example, things are clear for me in the military-political area, there are very big questions in the economic area," the diplomat said on Rossiya-24 television. According to Antonov, the idea of discussing the European and world future by "10 or 12 countries" is not new: "Such an idea exists in some progressive circles in the United States of America. Regarding thinking about a new international order." As of now "two civilizations have collided, and the result of the collision is only one. It all depends on us: whether we will be able to withstand this pressure, whether we will be able to stand firmly on our feet and, most importantly, whether we will be able to quickly restore our economy and get the economic and military potential that will force them (the collective West - TASS) to talk to us as an equal," the ambassador said.] The Russian news is reporting on Ambassador Antonov. (October 21, 2022)
"KIEV, October 21. /TASS/. Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky has put into effect the decision by the National Security and Defense Council that sanctions the wife and daughter of Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov. According to a document published on the Ukrainian presidential website, sanctions have been imposed on Maria Alexandrovna Lavrova (born in 1950) and Yekaterina Sergeyevna Vinokurova (nee Lavrova, born in 1983) for the period of 10 years. The measure includes restrictions such as asset freezes and bans to buy land." The Russian news is reporting on FM Lavrov. (October 21, 2022)
"The US Special Envoy for the Western Balkans has asked Kosovo to delay the re-registration of vehicles by 10 months. In an interview with Channel 10, Gabriel Escobar emphasized that Pristina has the right to implement the re-registration, but the desire is to do so in a peaceful way that does not increase tensions. Pristina is demanding the replacement of Serbian-issued car license plates with Republic of Kosovo plates. According to Escobar, there is still no response to the request from the authorities in Pristina. The American envoy also stated that the US supports the Franco-German dialogue plan. According to him, reaching a final agreement between Belgrade and Pristina is a matter of weeks, not years." The Bulgarian news is reporting on Kosovo. (October 21, 2022)
[British Defense Minister Ben Wallace announced to Parliament that a Russian Su-27 fighter jet fired a missile at a British reconnaissance aircraft that was in international airspace in the Black Sea region, the BBC reported. According to Wallace, the incident occurred on September 29, when a British Boeing RC-135 was fired upon. Ben Wallace added that Britain has since temporarily grounded its aircraft in the region and raised concerns with Russian Defense Ministry officials, including Sergei Shoigu personally. According to Wallace, the Russian Ministry of Defense responded that the missile was fired as a result of a technical malfunction. "The Russian Defense Minister's response, received on October 10, said that they investigated the circumstances of the incident and stated that there was a technical malfunction of the Su-27 fighter jet. They also acknowledged that the incident took place in the international airspace," Wallace pointed out. Britain has already resumed reconnaissance flights in the area, but the fighters are now being escorted by unarmed aircraft, the British minister added. The Russian Ministry of Defense has not yet issued its own statement on the incident. British and Russian warplanes frequently circle close to British shores, which are sometimes approached by Russian strategic bombers. The Independent newspaper estimates that between 2005 and February 2022, British fighter jets flew 136 times to intercept Russian aircraft. Reconnaissance aircraft from the United Kingdom and other NATO countries are constantly patrolling the airspace near Ukraine, where a full-scale Russian invasion is underway, adds the BBC.] The Bulgarian news is reporting on the RAF. (October 21, 2022)
Well then I'm not here.
Then I won't accept the promotion.
"Every time they do that, I cannot believe they just did that."
I try to teach the British American English.
It's not funny when you have to write it out.
Today the United States Secret Service drove a man, I'm not sure who he was, to Logan Tavern. I guess for a lunch meeting. I saw the agents stand outside of the restaurant, and then I saw the cars show up and the man got out and went into Logan Tavern. I guess the complaint is that essentially twenty people were standing around a restaurant during the day during the week. The Virginians are German immigrants. Maybe they think they're working by standing outside of the restaurant. It's weird that guy can't either drive himself or walk to the restaurant. It's like a French joke.
Then the surveillance teams agreed that it's weird the guy doesn't live in the city. And they agreed that seemed like a waste of resources. (October 19, 2022)
This is me talking about Berlin. 10-20-22
The English and the Royal Navy. Maybe the Dutch.
"Donna, tell him your order."
My dad is named Henry.
Obviously, his dad named him the king's name.
My whole life, my dad is named Henry.
"Donna, tell him your order."
It would be extra large size pizza, extra large size sandwhich. I ate a LOT.
"Escobar arrives to meet with Vucic" "Vucic is meeting today with the U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of State and U.S. Special Envoy for the Western Balkans, Gabriel Escobar." The Serbian news is reporting on President Vucic. (October 20, 2022)
"BERLIN, October 20. /TASS/. The West will continue sanctions pressure on Russia because of its actions in Ukraine, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz said in a statement to the Bundestag on Thursday." The Russian news is reporting on Berlin. (October 20, 2022)
My last name is Welles. I'm 5'7". I'm really huge though in my manner and affect. I played soccer for fifteen years in these Texas women's soccer leagues. I eat a lot. I'm always out doing stuff. I am probably in better shape than a lot of the men I meet, even if they have high paying jobs. For example, I ran a half marathon a long time ago in 2:01:58. I knew an Air Force attorney. I asked him his half marathon time. I don't always, as other people do, perceive danger.
I guess that's the existentialism about Philadelphia.
Aren't I huger and faster and stronger than a lot of these guys?
It's because I eat meat and I'm fit.
"BERLIN, October 20. /TASS/. Unidentified individuals set fire to a shelter for Ukrainian refugees in the municipality of Gross Stromkendorf (Mecklenburg-Vorpommern) in northern Germany, there are no casualties, the German newspaper Bild reported on Thursday. According to the paper, the fire broke out from the outer wall of the main building of the Schafereck hotel around 9:20 p.m. (10:20 p.m. Moscow time) on Wednesday. The flames quickly reached the thatched roof of the building, which immediately caught fire." The Russian news is reporting on Berlin. (October 20, 2022)
Ask me tomorrow and I will try to think of a different anecdote.
The Russians know this word, 'anecdote'.
I met Jim at a restaurant on 14th Street. It's, I guess, owned by a Philadelphia restauranteur. Jim knows the restaurant owner.
My wisdom for the British.
The restaurant business, that's not a great thing to do for a living. Beware of these people.
It's because the waiters, they can't break even. The waiters are up late and it's such a stressful job.
If you yourself work in the kitchen, it is ethical to own a restaurant.
Jim is from South Philadelphia.
You know. Who knows.
I wonder if he doesn't have some bioweapon or something. His son married a woman from Buffalo, her dad died. I wonder if it's because Jim has this weird bioweapon. Jim travels a lot for work.
That might be the end of that particular anecdote.
Anecdote is a Russian cognate.
"A timely start of the budget procedure and a sensible attitude from the MPs towards the public money is of paramount importance, said caretaker Prime Minister Galab Donev on prior the start of Thursday's government meeting." The Bulgarian news is reporting on the parliament. (October 20, 2022)
[Ruja Ignatova, also known as the "disappeared crypto queen", was informed that she was being investigated for her $4 billion cryptocurrency scam before she disappeared, the BBC reported. The 42-year-old woman, born in Bulgaria, is wanted for her alleged role in running the OneCoin scam. Europol meeting files seen by the BBC show that the FBI-wanted Ignatova knew about the attempts to arrest her months before she disappeared. Police documents were given to The Missing Cryptoqueen podcast by Frank Schneider, a former spy and trusted adviser to Ignatova. Schneider claims that he received the documents from the crypto queen herself on a USB flash drive. According to him, the metadata of the files suggest that she obtained the information that she was being investigated through her own contacts in Bulgaria. Schneider now faces extradition to the US for his alleged role in the OneCoin scam. Ignatova went missing on October 25, 2017. In June 2022, she was added to the FBI's 10 Most Wanted List.] The Bulgarian news is reporting on the bureau. (October 20, 2022)
Did I go to Philadelphia?
The Ringo concert
The Department of Commerce
Some people know me as that I used to work for the US Department of Commerce. My friend Brandon in Texas, he mentioned something and what he was talking about was that I worked for the DOC.
In the Episcopal church. Often, there is a church reading. "Jesus said I am the alpha and the omega." That is an Anglican mediation. At night you can fall asleep. "Jesus said I am the alpha and the omega. I am the beginning and the end." It's the assigned church readings for that week.
"Every time they do that, I cannot believe they just did that."
I try to teach the British American English.
It's not funny when you have to write it out.
Today the United States Secret Service drove a man, I'm not sure who he was, to Logan Tavern. I guess for a lunch meeting. I saw the agents stand outside of the restaurant, and then I saw the cars show up and the man got out and went into Logan Tavern. I guess the complaint is that essentially twenty people were standing around a restaurant during the day during the week. The Virginians are German immigrants. Maybe they think they're working by standing outside of the restaurant. It's weird that guy can't either drive himself or walk to the restaurant. It's like a French joke.
Then the surveillance teams agreed that it's weird the guy doesn't live in the city. And they agreed that seemed like a waste of resources. (October 19, 2022)
This is me talking about Sergei Surovikin. 10-19-22
Sergei Surovikin needs to have heard of Mendeleev and Saint Petersburg State Polytechnic Institute.
["Vucic met with the President of the Parliament of Montenegro" "President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic, met today with the President of the Parliament of Montenegro, Danijela Djurovic.] The Serbian news is reporting on Belgrade. (October 19, 2022)
I think I don't understand. Can you explain it to me? I think I understand. I think I don't need you to explain it to me.
I don't want to do any of the stuff. Jonathan started smoking in the airplane and the LAPD showed up.
It's me who doesn't understand.
Can you explain it to me?
I think I don't understand. Right?
I might not understand.
And here is Alexander and Danilo eating pizza in New York City.
Jonathan doesn't get it?
I might not follow here. Right? Jonathan recently began to smoke a cigarette on the airplane in Los Angeles.
Here in Washington, we eat pizza and rest. Sergei is a soldier.
Здесь, в Вашингтоне, мы едим пиццу и отдыхаем. Сергей – солдат.
Sergey Surovikin might be an expert in drones and how drones affect chemical munitions.
President Vucic, he often arrives New York City.
Президент Вучич, он часто приезжает в Нью-Йорк.
My name is Donna Welles. I studied in Saint Petersburg. Probably, Sergey is similar to Anatoli. They both lived in Omsk.
Меня зовут Донна Уэллс. Я училaс в Санкт-Петербурге. Наверное, Сергей похож на Анатолия. Они оба жили в Омске.
President Vucic is always in New York City. Sometimes he visits Washington, DC. Also, Danilo Vucic is always popular here in DC. What does that mean to you about Saint Petersburg State Polytechnic Institute? It is likely the best school, maybe in the world. Mendeleev went there. Of course.
There is nothing free in this world.
"MOSCOW, October 18. /TASS/. Russian troops do not seek a high pace of advance in the special military operation in Ukraine and are persistently grinding down enemy forces, Commander of the Integrated Group of Forces in Ukraine Army General Sergey Surovikin told reporters on Tuesday. Western handlers of the Ukrainian military demand its advance on Kherson regardless of military and civilian casualties, the Russian commander said. TASS has put together the highlights of General Surovikin's statements." The Russian news is reporting on Sergey Surovikin. (October 19, 2022)
Our religion. The Church of England.
I can tell Saint Peter what happened.
That is the standard.
Well, Saint Peter I did that because at the time.
"You're talking to the converted."
That comes up in electioneering. When you're wanting to persuade voters or whatever.
The stuff I say to the British.
About the mandates. I got the vaccine, somehow I just instinctually knew that I would have to do that eventually. And so I thought it was best to get the vaccine when everyone else did. Also, if everyone else is doing it, can I just be normal and also do that. Is why I did it.
I feel, on my own, truly immune from the coronavirus. I don't have a sense that the coronavirus is what will kill me. In Washington, DC maybe I would more likely die from being hit by a car, for example. I simply don't exactly fear the coronavirus.
I am unforgiving of Kate and William and Harry and Meghan. I wish the wouldn't have worn those masks. It was two years and I like couldn't go to the gym. I had to wear the masks at work. And the whole time Kate is over there wearing her mask.
Is that true?
Was the whole time, Kate Middleton is over there in London wearing her mask?
That is right.
I saw a lot of photographs all of the time. Princess Kate wearing her mask. I thought to myself how crazy that was because I didn't want to wear a mask.
About President Radev. I think he's like friends with the Socialist Party too much. He himself was in the Air Force. He's not weirded out by labor union defense contractor stuff like I am. The mask mandates and stuff. That's too weird for me about the Socialist Party in Bulgaria.
["I sincerely hope that the 48th National Assembly will lead us out of the spiral of political instability," President Rumen Radev said from the parliamentary rostrum in his address to the people and the newly elected 48th National Assembly, which is holding its opening session Wednesday. Radev addressed the MPs, saying that despite the short of the last few parliaments, every beginning is charged with hope. He told MPs that they have the opportunity to leave a worthy mark in history by showing reason, civic responsibility and will in these difficult times for Bulgaria and Europe. Reason and courage are needed to form a government that will take responsibility and govern in times of severe challenges, he added. He warned MPs that parliamentary time is precious, and voters will feel betrayed if it is wasted in scandals.] The Bulgarian news is reporting on President Radev. (October 19, 2022)
[At the Security Council /UNSC/, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Kosovo, Donika Gervalla, stated that Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic is preparing a military aggression in the Balkans like that of Vladimir Putin in Ukraine. Gervalla participated in the debates on the 6-month report of UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on the situation in Kosovo. According to her, Serbia will cause instability at the end of the month, when the deadline for changing car registration numbers expires. She announced that "90% of the cars in Kosovo already have changed registrations" and specified that "Serbian extremists brutally threaten every single citizen, including setting fire to their cars, if they change the registration of their car".] The Bulgarian news is reporting on Kosovo. (October 19, 2022)
In Dallas, the rich kids go to SMU. Their apartments look like pirate ships.
Sam Welles studied at Oxford in the 1930's. His diploma said modern European history. That's a pretty cool degree. At Texas my degree said Russian, Eastern European, and Eurasian Studies.
Sam married my grandma who was from New England. They had fought for England in the French and Indian War at the Battle of Quebec. It was one of these marriages where opposing sides marry. The Welles name means loyalists. There is a Welles beach in Maine. We're Anglicans. Also, Welles people live in Canada and out west. The Boston people weren't Anglicans.
They had three kids, my dad was the oldest, Henry. And then Uncle Jon and Aunt Grace.
I was born in North Carolina in 1983.
When I was little, my dad, sister, and I would drive to Dallas to visit my uncle Jon. His apartment was so dirty.
My mother is from Indiana. Our house is always so clean. When I was little we would have to clean the entire house every Saturday. I would be afraid of what was going on. I would want to just stay in my room while my mother was cleaning the house. Because she even moved the furniture around, or whatever. It took all Saturday every week.
And then when we would drive to Dallas to visit Uncle Jon. His house was like a pirate ship.
I said to the British. I think his name is a distraction. It's like working for Wayne's kids or something. Why didn't his dad name him Edward? I wouldn't want my kids working for a man name Elon.
This is me talking about Elon Musk. 10-18-22
[Vucic: "Serious and responsible conversation with Lajcak" PHOTO President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic, met in Belgrade with the EU envoy for dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina, Miroslav Lajcak.] The Serbian news is reporting on President Vucic. (October 18, 2022)
["Russian envoy says German authorities crossed the red line with arms deliveries to Kiev" "Sergey Nechaev warned that the uncontrolled pumping of Ukraine with weapons in violation of international arms trade and export control rules only leads to a prolongation of the conflict" BERLIN, October 18. /TASS/. German authorities should not have crossed the red line with arms supplies to Kiev, given the country's historical responsibility to the Russian people, Russian envoy to Germany Sergey Nechayev said in an interview with TASS. "The German-made lethal weapons, supplied to the Kiev regime, are used not only against Russian servicemen, but also against civilians. It is certainly a red line that the German authorities should not have crossed, given Germany's historical responsibility to our people for Nazi crimes during the Great Patriotic War," the diplomat stressed. "Not to mention our contribution to the postwar reunification of Germany," he added.] The Russian news is reporting on Berlin. (October 18, 2022)
[Starlink operation in Ukraine, says spokesman The US DoD is working to resolve the details, Pentagon spokesperson Lt. Colonel Garron Garn said WASHINGTON, October 18. /TASS/. The Pentagon has been in touch with SpaceX on the operation of the satellite communication system Starlink in Ukraine, "working to resolve the details," Pentagon spokesperson Lt. Colonel Garron Garn told TASS on Monday. "The [US] DoD has been in touch with SpaceX and is working to resolve the details," he said.] The Russian news is reporting on the Pentagon. The Virginians are German immigrants. Maybe they're on a labor strike. (October 18, 2022)
"The President of Armenia Vahagn Khachaturyan is on an official visit to Bulgaria at the invitation of President Rumen Radev. The visit is the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the establishment of bilateral diplomatic relations between Bulgaria and Armenia." The Bulgarian news is reporting on Yerevan. (October 18, 2022)
"In France it's illegal to call a pig Napoleon."
Yeah, but if it's his wife he can put his dick in her cunny and she can make a baby.
["China recruiting British Ex-Military Pilots to Train Members of PLA" China has recruited dozens of former Royal Air Force pilots to train members of the People's Liberation Army (PLA). Mark Landler, the London bureau chief writing in The New York Times (NYT) said that Britain wants to stop its retired military pilots from accepting lucrative contracts to train members of the PLA citing concerns over its national security. China has recruited as many as 30 retired British military pilots, including some who flew sophisticated fighter jets, according to Britain's Defence Ministry. A senior official said the ministry worried that the practice could threaten British national security. The recruited British pilots, the senior official said, included former members of the Royal Air Force and other branches of the armed forces. Britain said it was working with allies to try to stop the practice, which the official said dated to before the coronavirus pandemic but had gained momentum in recent months, said Landler. After a lull in recruitment during the months of pandemic-related travel bans, the official said, China's efforts to lure pilots have since ramped up. None of the retired pilots is suspected of violating the Official Secrets Act, the British law that covers espionage, sabotage and other crimes. But the official said that Britain was determined to tighten the controls on retired service members to guard against training activities that could contravene espionage laws, reported NYT. "We are taking decisive steps to stop Chinese recruitment schemes attempting to head hunt serving and former UK Armed Forces pilots to train People's Liberation Army personnel in the People's Republic of China," said a spokesman for the Defence Ministry, who, under department rules, spoke on the condition of anonymity. The contracts are lucrative -- about USD 270,000 a year -- and are particularly attractive to pilots who retired from active duty several years ago, the official said. Britain, however, does not have obvious legal tools to stop retired pilots from accepting training contracts from the Chinese army, said Landler. The official also said that China has contracted the recruiting to a third party, a private test flying academy in South Africa, reported NYT. None of the pilots recruited by the Chinese operated the F-35, the most advanced and expensive fighter jet in the British fleet. But several have flown older-generation warplanes like the Typhoon, Harrier, Jaguar and Tornado, according to the official. Though the pilots train their Chinese counterparts on Chinese planes, he said, the Chinese were eager to learn about British and Western tactics and procedures, reported NYT. Relations between Britain and China have deteriorated sharply in recent years, with the government in London denouncing Beijing's crackdown on pro-democracy activists in Hong Kong, a former British colony. In July 2020, the government of Prime Minister Boris Johnson banned the purchase of equipment from Huawei, the Chinese telecommunications giant, for its high-speed broadband network on national security grounds. Meanwhile, the current UK Prime Minister, Liz Truss has further hardened Britain's stance. She is expected to designate China as a "threat" in an updated version of a defense and foreign policy review, said Landler.] The Bulgarian news is reporting on London. (October 18, 2022)
"Britain: Prime minister faces dissent within party" "When Liz Truss was running to lead Britain this summer..." "...the scale of the sound and fury." "Palestinian shot by Israeli soldiers dies of wounds" The Washington Post is reporting on Tel Aviv. Notice the IDF is accused of shooting a Palestinian. (October 17, 2022)
Girl you want to come to my hotel
Baby, I will leave you my room key
And I want to get with you because
Checking out six in the morning
This is me talking about drones in Ukraine. Maybe they are German-made. Maybe drones are German weaponry. 10-17-22
"Vucic with ambassadors of EU countries PHOTO" "President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic, attended a lunch for the ambassadors of the EU member states in Serbia." The Serbian news is reporting on President Vucic. (October 17, 2022)
"MOSCOW, October 17. /TASS/. Russian troops are successfully using Harpoon-3 anti-drone guns in the special military operation in Ukraine, a source in domestic defense circles told TASS on Monday." The Russian news is reporting on drones. (October 17, 2022)
"MINSK, October 16. /TASS/. Belarusian law enforcement officers have prevented a series of terrorist attacks in the country, detaining several people on suspicion of plotting sabotage, the Belarus-1 television channel reported on Sunday. The detained people were recruited by BYPOL, an organization that Belarus designated as a terrorist group, and opposition abroad, according to the report. The channel said the suspects received bomb planting orders in a chat bot on the Telegram messenger." The Russian news is reporting on Minsk. (October 17, 2022)
It's worse than you think it is.
Other than me, other people, have photographed and reported the Germany navy near Jakarta.
It's Wayne's dick and Coleen's cunny made four babies.
It's David's dick and Victoria's cunny made four babies.
The German navy has been reported near Jakarta.
"An official ceremony will mark the role of Italy as a framework nation for the NATO battle group on the territory of Bulgaria in the backdrop of increased NATO vigilance measures. The ceremony is held today in the area of the Novo Selo military training ground. The ceremony will be attended by the President and Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces Rumen Radev, the Minister of Defense Dimitar Stoyanov and the Chief of Defense Admiral Emil Eftimov. The Italian Minister of Defense Lorenzo Guerini, Chief of the Defense Staff Admiral Giuseppe Cavo Dragone, the Supreme Commander of NATO's Allied Command Operations, General Christopher Cavoli and others are also invited." The Bulgarian news is reporting on the army. (October 17, 2022)
"The Sofia District Prosecution has pressed charges against a 52-yar old Turkish national who aided 26 Syrians in staying illegally in Bulgaria. The man accommodated the migrants in a location in the region of Han Bogrov and provided them with food and water. The prosecution that he is placed in permanent custody. Days earlier five migrants were detained on Sofia's ring road. On October 9 the prosecution informed of another two cases of illegal migrants intercepted the capital." The Bulgarian news is reporting on Syrian refugees. (October 17, 2022)
The Dutch army guys are my favorites. They have a lot of money. They give me a hard time sometimes.
The British are my apprentices. As I can, I try to tell them what I know.
[Here are the highlights of events related to the war in Ukraine over the past 24 hours: Kyiv reported a Russian kamikaze drone attack Two explosions were heard early this morning in the Ukrainian capital Kyiv, AFP reported. This comes a week after Russian strikes against the city. Air raid sirens sounded shortly before the explosions. The Ukrainian capital Kyiv was hit by kamikaze drones, Andriy Yermak, head of the office of the Ukrainian president, wrote in Telegram. "The Russians think that this will help them, but these actions look like agony," Yermak also said. Three explosions were heard in the Ukrainian capital between 6.30 and 7.00 this morning. Shortly before them, the air raid sirens went off.]
[NATO begins Nuclear Military Exercises NATO begins planned nuclear exercises that will last until October 30. Their purpose is to ensure the effectiveness of the Alliance's containment. Training flights are taking place in Belgium, which is hosting the exercise, and flights over the North Sea and Great Britain are also planned. This year's exercises come amid escalating tensions over Russia's invasion of Ukraine and Moscow's repeated threats to use nuclear weapons in the conflict. The Russian Ministry of Defense announced that they repelled the Ukrainian attacks near Donetsk, Kherson and Mykolaiv. Iran has once again denied accusations that it supplies Russia with drones. However, according to the Ukrainian military command "South", 11 Iranian-made kamikaze drones were shot down in just one hour. In his midnight address, President Zelensky said that the situation in the area of the city of Bakhmut is currently the most difficult.]
The Bulgarian news is reporting on the army. (October 17, 2022)
I'm not a German immigrant.
I am an English immigrant.
I think the Pentagon gives away too many weapons.
Maybe they do it to help the German army.
If the Virginians are German immigrants, I wonder about them giving away a lot of American weaponry.
If they are German immigrants.
Can they abstain from some of these decisions about donating weaponry.
Can the British help me out with this?
There exists and entire research apparatus to develop weaponry.
Does Kiev want what kind of and how much of our weapons?
Is the Pentagon willing to send away what kind of and how much of our weapons.
The Virginians are Prussian immigrants.
Maybe they are alright disarming the American people because they're German immigrants.
I wonder about the Cold War and stuff.
I think in the history of people. As a rule, each army develops weaponry. I think it's strange to make weaponry and then give those weapons away to foreign governments.
It's then no longer an incentive for innovation.
I think it's unheard of to give away weaponry.
If I have British colleagues:
"Musk imperils Ukraine internet" "Says can't afford to supply link" "His satellite service has become key to war effort" "Elon Musk said Friday that his space company could not continue funding the Starlink satellite service that has kept Ukraine and its military online during the war..." The Washington Post is reporting on Kiev. (October 16, 2022)The complaints, I think, are that:
These are very powerful controlled substances.
They're really addictive.
It seems like the doctors are out there who give out the stuff.
I was on the plane once and I sat next to a man who was a defense contractor. He was middle aged. He said in passing that he took Ambien and that's how he was able to fall asleep sometimes.
A woman from my high school went to West Point. She told me that in Afghanistan, the doctors would give the women soldiers prenatal vitamins.
It's some kind of a mental paradigm where if you have Ambien you can fall asleep and prenatal vitamins will boost your immune system in stressful conditions.