Friday, September 30, 2005

 

***This just in from Molvania! ZLAD!

I forget just where I was screwing off on the Internet to find this little gem but it's screaminly funny. Doubless some of the Balkanci around have heard of the little English book called 'Molvania (the land that modern dentistry forgot)

OK it's not funny the way the 'numa numa dance' is, but it's got terrible keyboards, cheesy costumes really horrific light effects, scary hair and totally juvenile crude double entendre lines! what's not to like!

Comments:
Not on topic but, thought you might want to visit this blog if you haven't already.

http://kosovareport.blogspot.com

I happened chance across it and I must admit that if you want to view the average "U.S. Military Contractor, U.S. Soldier attitude towards their work this is as good a place as any.

I'm sure my losi words will add to future debates on that blog.

I just can't get over the number of hate filled remarks. Given that most are in perfect English makes me believe the majority of readers are actually American KFOR members.

Have a good night!
 
Hi John, I visit Kosavareport pretty regularly because the guy seems to himself stick to just reporting, he has his own point of view but he's himself not an extreme person.
Some of the replies simply AMAZE me on both sides of the debate, I mean I hear the sound of knife on stone.
I just lurk there, I don't say anything.

On topic, was this post succesful as in being a good laugh? We all need a good laugh every day!
 
All hail Molvania! My next big trip will be to the formerly "sleepy farming village" of Sasava (which any Croatian or Serb will know the English translation of). Specifically, I want to visit the Leaning Tower of Sasava, that architectural wonder of a high rise apt building built without a foundation, which.."scientists estimate leans an extar centimeter to the right every time someone slams the front lobby door".
This place is what happens when excitement and stupidity join hands.
 
Yea, it was a good laugh. I enjoyed it.

It's a good thing you haven't posted any remarks on that Kosovo blog. Sine my comment I've been hit with five spam comments from "spammer-blogs".

I'm going to go back and delete my comments.

John
 
You could turn on 'word verification' that's the best solution. Basically though, if I see too much hatefulness in the comments section I avoid commening at all.
The guy who runs the blog is ok but he gets the 'let's kill them all and let God sort them out crowd' from both sides I don't think there's any KFOR guys in there, it would amaze you how many Albanians have lived in the U.S. though, and speak perfectly good English. Same of course goes for Serbs. They can't debate in Serbian vs Albanian language because it's too different and neither is going to admit to speaking the other language in the rare event that they do!
 
My grandfather give me an old American Flag when I turned 13. He used to tell me great stories about where the flag had flown and how much history it represented. I don't know to this day if anything was true, but they were great stories. From that one gift, my grandfather started my career. My flag hobby has now become a business. Thanks grandpa, flag etiquette
 
It is useful to try everything in practice anyway and I like that here it's always possible to find something new. :)
 
I am not going to be original this time, so all I am going to say that your blog rocks, sad that I don't have suck a writing skills
 
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