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Prince William wins support from Monica Lewinsky for his campaign to end cyberbullying.

Prince William (Prince William, Duke of Cambridge: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prince_William,_Duke_of_Cambridge) wins support from Monica Lewinsky for his campaign to end cyberbullying.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-3660608/Monica-Lewinsky-supports-Prince-William-s-campaign-end-cyberbullying.html#ixzz4Cyx3CkR1
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Nigel Farage's full speech to the European Parliament

If you never heard of Nigel Farage (or you want to know more about him), you mare read on: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nigel_Farage.

And now the full speech to the European parliament:

Isn't it funny? When I came here 17 years ago and I said that I wanted to lead a campaign to get Britain to leave the European Union, you all laughed at me – well I have to say, you're not laughing now, are you? The reason you're so upset, you're so angry, has been perfectly clear, from all the angry exchanges this morning.
You as a political project are in denial. You're in denial that your currency is failing. Just look at the Mediterranean! As a policy to impose poverty on Greece and the Mediterranean you've done very well.
You're in denial over Mrs. Merkel's call for as many people as possible to cross the Mediterranean – which has led to massive divisions between within countries and between countries.
The biggest problem you've got and the main reason the UK voted the way it did is because you have by stealth and deception, and without telling the truth to the rest of the peoples of Europe, you have imposed upon them a political union.
When the people in 2005 in the Netherlands and France voted against that political union and rejected the constitution you simply ignored them and brought the Lisbon treaty in through the back door.
What happened last Thursday was a remarkable result – it was a seismic result. Not just for British politics, for European politics, but perhaps even for global politics too.
Because what the little people did, what the ordinary people did – what the people who'd been oppressed over the last few years who'd seen their living standards go down did – was they rejected the multinationals, they rejected the merchant banks, they rejected big politics and they said actually, we want our country back, we want our fishing waters back, we want our borders back.
We want to be an independent, self-governing, normal nation. That is what we have done and that is what must happen. In doing so we now offer a beacon of hope to democrats across the rest of the European continent. I'll make one prediction this morning: the United Kingdom will not be the last member state to leave the European Union.
The question is what do we do next? It is up to the British government to invoke article 50 and I don't think we should spend too long in doing it. I totally agree that the British people have voted, we need to make sure that it happens.
What I'd like to see is a grownup and sensible attitude to how we negotiate a different relationship. I know that virtually none of you have never done a proper job in your lives, or worked in business, or worked in trade, or indeed ever created a job. But listen, just listen.
You're quite right Mr Schultz – Ukip used to protest against the establishment and now the establishment protests against Ukip. Something has happened here. Let us listen to some simple pragmatic economics – my country and your country, between us we do an enormous amount of business in goods and services.
That trade is mutually beneficial to both of us, that trade matters. If you were to cut off your noses to spite your faces and reject any idea of a sensible trade deal the consequences would be far worse for you than it would be for us.
Even no deal is better for the United Kingdom is better than the current rotten deal that we've got. But if we were to move to a position where tariffs were reintroduced on products like motorcars then hundreds of thousands of German works would risk losing their jobs.
Why don't we be grown up, pragmatic, sensible, realistic and let's cut between us a sensible tariff-free deal and thereafter recognize that the United Kingdom will be your friend, that we will trade with you, cooperate with you, we will be your best friends in the world.
Do that, do it sensibly, and allow us to go off and pursue our global ambitions and future.

'Face book', 'in not cleared'... ;D

Internet / A great ASCII art duck
« on: June 29, 2016, 08:10:54 PM »

An ASCII art duck

I think it's a great ASCII duck (or goose):   
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Stars / Find me Chuck Norris
« on: June 29, 2016, 12:50:41 AM »

Find me Chuck Norris

"Find me Chuck Norris" is a cool topic. 8) In fact 'Chuck' is just a nickname. His real name is 'Carlos Ray Norris'. :)

How childish (silly and immature) and nearly idiotic:
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And, yes:
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In a nutshell: "Give us money and get nothing." ;D Very clever...

Social network | SEO - Social network / Btw
« on: June 19, 2016, 02:53:18 PM »
Btw, people outside China seem tend to see the big and strong aspects of China, while inside China, we are more aware of its weaknesses and the challenges.

Other topics / Where is the Pentagon
« on: June 19, 2016, 02:46:42 PM »

About 'Where is the Pentagon?'

I know some people has no idea where is the Pentagon. Notice: not 'pentagon'; 'Pentagon'. Capital letter 'p'.

If you think about the pentagon -- it's (in geometry, of course) a kind of polygon. Its name comes from  the Greek words 'πέντε' (pente) and 'γωνία' (gonia), meaning 'five' ('5') and 'angle'). It is any five-sided polygon (or 5-gon). And the sum of the internal angles in a simple pentagon is 540°. (Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pentagon).

But the question is about the Pentagon. Where is the Pentagon? It is in the US, North America.

An interesting picture about it. Enjoy: By Fosnez - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Building_and_ship_comparison2.svg, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=3396015

This shows the Pentagon compared to several large structures: 1. blue: The Pentagon, 1414 ft or 431 m, 2. pink:   RMS Queen Mary 2, 1132 ft or 345 m, 3. yellow:   USS Enterprise (CVN-65), 1122 ft or 342 m, 4. green:   Hindenburg, 804 ft or 245 m, 5.purple:   Yamato, 863 ft or 263 m, 6. gray:   Empire State Building, 1453 ft or 443 m, 7. red:   Knock Nevis tanker, 1503 ft or 458 m.

Philosophy / Lessness
« on: June 19, 2016, 02:38:51 AM »


By the way 'Lessness' is a short story by Samuel Beckett. :)

More: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lessness_(short_story).

Philosophy / Re: Do you enjoy reading books?
« on: June 19, 2016, 02:35:24 AM »
Yes, but depends of the period.

SEO / Re: Important SEO things that we should know
« on: June 19, 2016, 01:32:19 AM »
7. Try to spam us with a broken link. ;D ;D ;D

-------FREE ADS------- / How not to spam
« on: June 14, 2016, 02:51:09 PM »
I'll move it to the 'Free Ads'. Don't spam, because we'll ban you.

Internet / LOL -- Grandmother 2016 and grandmother 2090
« on: June 14, 2016, 01:25:26 PM »

Grandmother 2016 and grandmother 2090

Honey, I found a pic of your grandmother.

;D :P


Michu Meszaros


The Hungarian circus performer Michu Meszaros, 76, (best known for his portrayal of the alien Alf) passed away in a Los Angeles Hospital.

R.I.P., Michu!

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