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  • aquamarinestone

    this time you're right)

    22 Ago 19:49 Rispondi
  • vaire_paunova

    this being said, of course animals should be kept in humane conditions and killed with the least possible amount of suffering. And we should use as much of them as we can, once they're dead. And cutting down on meat is a good idea in general, because it is better for the environment. And fur should only be worn if one was born with it :) Is it already vacation time?

    21 Ago 13:47 Rispondi
  • vaire_paunova

    Nah, I'm not afraid of the future, actually I really wanna see what happens next. I mean, if we don't kill each other in the mean time. But I do believe we are trying and we're learning from our mistakes. Well, sort of. That uber-vegan plan? One must be completely ignorant to actually think we can micromanage a whole PLANET. I mean we haven't even discovered all species! And even if we could, who gave us the right to knowingly try to FIX the whole place and "correct" billions of years of evolution and force our "morality" on all other animals because... we're not better than they are and yet.. we are? I don't really think animals kill humanely - it is in their best interest to kill their victim fast, yes, but it has nothing to do with minimising its suffering. And some animals do kill for fun. And then there is this All I'm saying is Earth is a vicious place. But beautiful :)

    21 Ago 13:46 Rispondi
  • vaire_paunova

    Vegetarians are usually less aggressive than vegans and I've known absolutely normal ones. A lot of them tend to preach, too, but not all and not nearly as badly as vegans. Just shut up and eat your gluten-free cereal and drink your soya milk and leave the world alone. Here's that so called plan. The numerous levels on which it's impossible and incredibly arrogant are just too much to count (for once the comments actually make you feel better about humanity). Vegetarian DOGS? On purpose? Did their owners force them? (I had a cat who loved roasted pumpkin and popcorn. And another who loved olives and peppers. :)) Didn't subsist on this, of course) (Another part of the idiocy of veganism - on the one hand, they keep telling us we're just animals (which we are) and on the other, while it's okay for other omnivorous/carnivorous animals to eat meat, it isn't for people, who are also omnivorous, because...?!

    9 Ago 15:14 Rispondi
  • vaire_paunova

    Not on the life of 1000 wittle puppies am I a vegan! Okay, I exaggerate and I love animals but I've acquired a couple of vegans in my life and the sheer amount on idiocy and arrogance is becoming more than I can handle. Seriously, I rarely eat meat but all the vegans I've ever known have only made me want kick them off their high horse and proceed to eat it before their terrified self-righteous eyes! Too harsh? Well, there's only so much holier-than-thouness I can handle. Plus, I recently read an absolutely serious "plan" to turn all animals vegan and part of my brain died a slow, painful death... Good choice on vacation, I'd say. I'm way more a mountain person than a sea one (lived in Rio for months, never went to the beach :)). Even if the mountains are just hills :P (We do have some great mountains here. For such a tiny country we do have all sorts of landscapes here :)). Well, maybe you got it wrong, they didn't run out of pancakes, but the person who makes them ran out on them? ;)

    9 Ago 13:56 Rispondi
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    3 Ago 11:23 Rispondi
  • vaire_paunova

    Haha. No, I haven't that particular type of fish soup, but I think one type of fish soup is much like another. My mum loves fish soup. Me... definitely not my, well, bowl of soup, so to speak. ;) But I really really do not like fish. Only eat any maybe once a year. So not the best person to ask ;) But our food is rather good, I think, and we cook with lots of vegetables (think Greek and/or Turkish food). And I don't mean that in a crazy vegan, "you're a monster, would you eat a cute wittle puppy, then why do you eat pigs, MONSTER" kind of way either ;) Just lots of nice fresh stuff, 'cause stuff grows here, 'cause it's warm and all... Ah yeah, choosing where to go... am in the same boat. Still haven't picked a destination for my next trip. At least I've (mostly) settled on a part of the world - South/Central America... (Forget about the English team, what's up with the Italians? I haven't seen them play well since... well, since forever. And I like them :/ )

    23 Lug 20:28 Rispondi
  • vaire_paunova

    Well-informed sources.. well, inform me, that as a rule towns and resorts in the northern part of the seaside are generally more peaceful and nicer (Bulgaria is a small - and hot! - country so north doesn't really mean colder ;)). Balchik, which I mentioned, e.g. Or a place called Krapets ( In the south, I think Sozopol has some sort of cultural thingammy happening some time in the summer, but I think it might be on the pretentious side... World Cup? Well, I mostly follow/ed the scores (though I always watch when there are penalty shoot-outs. I know it's not a fair way of deciding, but hey, love ain't fair either and it's fun to watch (penalties, not life... Well, life too, but it's more fun to live it than watch it ;)) Hm, where was I... Oh yeah. So, I didn't watch much of the cup but by pure coincidence I did see what happened to Brazil and that was... surreal (Then saw a lot of shit spewed by all the socially challenged losers who live on the Internet...)

    16 Lug 12:34 Rispondi
  • vaire_paunova

    Well, I'm really not a beach (or sea) person so am not the greatest expert by a long shot, but Nessebar is fun and so is Sozopol (but I've been there visiting a friend, not as a tourist). Sinemorets is very small and quiet village close to the southern border and Tsarevo is nice small town near it. If you want to be surrounded by really really drunk British and Scandinavian teens - then Sunny Beach (that's worst of the worst. Unless, like I said, you like places that are extremely touristy and attract the lowest of the low). Up north Balchik is, I think, a nice town. And possibly, Kavarna. Like I said, am really not that knowledgeable. And it really depends on what you want - something touristy and loud or something more quiet :)

    9 Lug 12:33 Rispondi
  • TRonanjr

    you're very much welcome and your listens are much appreciated. in case you didn't already know, the entire current catalog is available here for high quality download. thanks again for you support!

    6 Lug 15:49 Rispondi
  • vaire_paunova

    Oh yeah, and I do know Rick Mayal; he was on Blackadder. The lady who played queen Elizabeth's nurse also passed away recently. As did Sam Kelly, from Allo Allo :( (He had a spot on Black Books (LOVE this series so much!), as Manny's dad, Moo-Pa :D)

    6 Lug 12:05 Rispondi
  • TRonanjr

    hello...thank you for listening to Lattice

    5 Lug 15:43 Rispondi
  • vaire_paunova

    Yeah, Nessebar is nice, esp. the old part. Not as touristy as some other towns and resorts :) (I *love* that Python sketch, btw. "Marx is claiming it's offside" :D And speaking of sports and (pre-) Pythons :) )

    5 Lug 15:33 Rispondi
  • aquamarinestone

    I guess Sophia Loren)

    2 Lug 17:28 Rispondi
  • vaire_paunova

    Yeah, I think I did read it was just a string of German (and German-sounding) words :) And now - for something completely different ;) Some poetry ('cause Dawkins seems to be obsessed with it, but luckily, I unloaded them to someone else - I do not translate poetry, never claimed I did, could or wanted to) and

    28 Mag 13:50 Rispondi
  • vaire_paunova

    Yeah, I remember reading that the actor who plays Rene had been in a serious accident. A few of those guys are dead now. Rather sad :( Ah, the Funniest Jokes sketch. Love it (if I had to choose - which as a rule I hate - I'd say I prefer the Pythons' Flying Circus sketches to their full length movies). Two of my most favourite ones are the Mosquito Hunt ('cause I just "love" this manliest of all manly "sports" and all those "brave" souls who practice it), as well as the Spectrum one ('cause I love talk shows of *all* kinds as much as I love hunting. Unless someone's hunting Oprah and Jerry Springer, I guess :D) and :D

    17 Mag 14:25 Rispondi
  • vaire_paunova

    Yeah, the second and third Blackadders are my favourite, too (and Rowan Atkinson looks way cool with a beard :D). Oh, and for the record, when I say the Pythons, I do mean the sketches, too (primarily, actually), not just the movies. And yeah, 'Allo 'Allo is cool in how they poke fun at all nationalities. One of my favourite bits is when they sing the Marseillaise. They don't even miss a beat. Hilarious! (for some reason could never really appreciate Fawlty Towers much. Only finished it after I became a huge Python fan and while it's okay I totally fail to see how it was chosen as the best British comedy. I mean, it's funny, but I've never felt the urge to rewatch it and there are certainly better British comedies. Of course, that's just my personal opinion). Still have some classics I haven't seen and intend to when I finally have some time.... *if* I finally have some time...

    20 Apr 21:11 Rispondi
  • vaire_paunova

    I've translated/edited while having a drink. Wasn't noticeably worse. But that's a waste of good booze. I wanna savour it :D And we don't get QI per se. I... um... download it. Or watch it on youtube. So, yeah, we don't get that much stuff. But I've seen plenty. Top fave (newer stuff, won't mention the Pythons, including Do Not Adjust Your Set and other pre- and post-Python stuff; Yes, Minister, Only Fools and Horses, etc. Oh, and Blackadder, of course. Top favourite!) is Black Books. Love it! And plenty others. (Something that they do officially show and is quite popular is... wait for it... 'Allo, 'Allo :D Knew/Know this guy who almost threw a hissy fit when I mentioned it. Frankly, some of the crap I've heard *him* say, he has no right to judge anything. No matter how pretentious he is... But I digress. As always...)

    20 Apr 20:02 Rispondi
  • vaire_paunova

    Yeah, I was surprised for a bit, 'cause I thought you had more than 50 friends ;) I have no idea how many I have, to be fair. Most of them I've never even spoken to. I just accept all requests here... Annoys me a lot, though, when people do the same on facebook. I mean, people that I've never ever spoken to, wanting to be "friends". Seriously?! I LOVE QI. A nice drink and some QI - that's how I used to relax in the golden times before I decided to translate two books at the same time :( Ah, but this won't last forever (even if it feels like it will) :)

    20 Apr 16:19 Rispondi
  • mikamando

    I know, I'm way over the "normal" limit :) hey I love the Charlatans, You Cross My Path my favourite <3

    16 Apr 13:40 Rispondi
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