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  • Commented on Taxonomy of story, or, why murder?
    The eevnts I were referring to was the vile & fascist XXXth Olympiad, held in London in 2012. Can't really say anything much about that, even though we've had World Cup this year, I could not experience anything since my...
  • Commented on Media Piracy and Unpronounceable Names
    It took me some time to process Graydon's proposition, and then quite some more time to view the reaction of people in general. I'm still confused, most likely because there are several points in the text that are incoherent with...
  • Commented on Taxonomy of story, or, why murder?
    No, you appear not to have picked up the reference to the events in this country in 2012 that I was referring to. You simply don't know what you are talking about & it's glaringly obvious. Obviously not, since it...
  • Commented on Taxonomy of story, or, why murder?
    I got a truly terrifying vision of real "wartime" / state / soviet propaganda in this country in 2012. The restrictions & censorship virtually vanished on the 10th of September. Yeah, thank you very much for explaining this (if this...
  • Commented on "I doubt me an it be commercial."
    Today I got a specially bright recollection about some stuff that might be useful here. As you may know, the books in USSR were rarely commercial, much less the books like science fiction or foreign literature (that doesn't mean people...
  • Commented on Taxonomy of story, or, why murder?
    It's not a phobia, you just really don't want to talk about it. As you can see, I tried to talk about it, but since people are starting to take personal offense and mentioning their personal experiences, I have proportionally...
  • Commented on Taxonomy of story, or, why murder?
    You say disdain, I say phobia Alright, this has gone far enough....
  • Commented on Taxonomy of story, or, why murder?
    Biological Exuberance: Animal Homosexuality and Natural Diversity by Bruce Bagemihl I would put remark that human behavior can not be considered entirely "natural" for the obvious rules of development of civilization, and in my view LGBT(q) community is one of...
  • Commented on Dread of Heinleinism
    to Troutwaxer @621 I'm sorry that Russia is having to deal with this particular failure mode. If this was a failure mode, I wouldn't refer myself as "Russian citizen" at the time, since it was projected from 00s forward into...
  • Commented on Dread of Heinleinism
    you are now believeing your own propaganda And this is something to hear from people who support the idea of communist spies infiltrating their mighty, but clueless social structure. https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/britain-faces-a-new-kind-of-russian-threat-q23znr5cz You are actually, openly saying that democracy isn't worth having...
  • Commented on Dread of Heinleinism
    Simpler than that. It was a shocking cockup, allegedly driven by their man on the ground (someone of the nomenklatura, promoted through connections not competence) who kept insisting that "just a few more troops, and we'll fix it". Or so...
  • Commented on Taxonomy of story, or, why murder?
    I've seen to this problem recently. It turns out to be really troublesome. Looks like you need to build a small irrigation system with thousands of liters of water to regularly clean those solar panels of dust, especially in the...
  • Commented on Dread of Heinleinism
    If Gorbachev was "Incompetent" was does that say about ....Brezhnev / Andropov / Chernyenko? Brezhnev's government was acting at very peak of USSR might at development speed, I wouldn't call it incompetent. Most of USSR infrastructure that survived through the...
  • Commented on Dread of Heinleinism
    In fact, I said, he wasn't stupid. He was just incompetent. Competence isn't something coming from intelligence automatically. And definitely isn't something you can influence with connections....
  • Commented on "I doubt me an it be commercial."
    Going all shouty about your political causes is not. Not really shouting, and not actually political causes. I was referencing the same information in "The Pivot" post and now there was an update. People started going around the Solar Observatory...
  • Commented on Dread of Heinleinism
    The "Russian Mafia" are linked into the Russian government (as paid contractors?) in a way that the American Mafia currently is not. This "Mafia", apparently, went so dark in last decade that I may leave the possibility they actually are....
  • Commented on "I doubt me an it be commercial."
    I guess, this comment section being over 100 posts long, it is time to throw some fresh links into the fan. https://www.veteranstoday.com/2018/09/12/former-georgian-ministers-urges-trump-to-investigate-experiments-at-lugar-laboratory/ http://balkanspost.com/article/708/us-embassy-scandal-human-frozen-blood-pathogens-diplomatic-cargo http://tass.com/world/1021513 This observation, of course, goes into the line of my previous references to the same matter....
  • Commented on Dread of Heinleinism
    The tl;dr version is that Trump's a Russian puppet, but what they really means is that Russia has taken the military-industrial complex to its logical extreme, and is doing to us what we've done to various other countries, in the...
  • Commented on Taxonomy of story, or, why murder?
    It is not a matter of "Advocacy" Oh, whatever. There are enough cultures, modern or not, who can make anything out of it. Your "scientific facts" mean nothing to them. IR 655 - was admitted at once. It wasn't. They...
  • Commented on Taxonomy of story, or, why murder?
    Can you see the difference? Sorry, I could not. The only difference I see is that one is regarded as natural human right (in some countries), and the other one being a particularly serious crime (almost everywhere). I would not...
  • Commented on Taxonomy of story, or, why murder?
    Your version of that old, prejudiced & as I said wrong view appears to be (also) what that not-so-nice Mr Putin says, backed, of course by the Orthodox church. Understandably. I have my own arguments against religion, against old ways,...
  • Commented on Taxonomy of story, or, why murder?
    to Robert van der Heide Not until recent times. Most of oil reserves are located in Siberia farther away from populated areas and when they are exhausted, companies usually just moved to drill new well. It should also be noted...
  • Commented on Taxonomy of story, or, why murder?
    to SFreader @358 Hardly anyone is flourishing these days except transnational corporations and top 1% of richest people. Something that came up today on my radar. https://www.urdupoint.com/en/business/russian-gas-producer-novatek-starts-building-425883.html Russian gas producer Novatek started building the fourth production line of Yamal LNG,...
  • Commented on Taxonomy of story, or, why murder?
    to EC @351 by far the worst culprits in that are the (mostly USA-based) multinationals If they supply money directly to organizations based in the country, the only way to stop them is suppress influence within the country. It's not...
  • Commented on Taxonomy of story, or, why murder?
    to SFreader @334 So, Russia is insistent upon maintaining its historical/distinct identity while attempting to be equally appealing to would-be client states whose identities are generally much more 'modern' even though they run the gamut from nice to evil? "Nice"...
  • Commented on Taxonomy of story, or, why murder?
    On the article. I'm going to be a bit cryptic or philosophical from here on. In time when I was still a student, I've run into a very interesting character in LiveJournal (you know, it is oldest and most popular...
  • Commented on Taxonomy of story, or, why murder?
    to SFreader @281 So - which of these are you against, and why? a) Apparently the legalization lobby does not seem to be minding their general lifestyle (probably it is progressive enough for them) and only sees the concept of...
  • Commented on Taxonomy of story, or, why murder?
    Firstly, such "international" agencies, funds and organizations, it seems, do not operate inside country by themselves - they are using other NGOs to deploy financial support, assist, supervise and consult. That is, for what info I gathered so far, all...
  • Commented on Taxonomy of story, or, why murder?
    Firstly, I am fully aware that there are problems that do persist in my country that should be addressed immediately, and frankly, HIV is only one of them. However, what I am talking about is that "help" we are supposedly...
  • Commented on Taxonomy of story, or, why murder?
    to SFreader @193 You mean this? Basically it is about this. https://www.avert.org/professionals/hiv-around-world/eastern-europe-central-asia/russia The continued shift away from progressive policies towards socially conservative legislation is a barrier to implementing HIV prevention and treatment. If you are a scientist talking about HIV...
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