Saturday, January 29, 2011

The European Parliament - where reality beats the fiction

MEP Cristian Busoi forbids a sculpture exhibition, that he initiated himself, after eventually understanding (hours prior to opening) that those sculptures represent "intimate details of woman body" likely to offend the feelings of some fellow MEP's.
Looking at Cristian Busoi's profile, one can easily understand he is not too familiar with the female anatomy, but most tax payers may not understand how such characters unable to first think and then act accordingly, find their way up to the EU Parliament?

What if such a guy initiates a large scale project, only to realize months and millions of Euro later, that his initiative is total bullshit? Or, on the contrary, it's the right thing to do, but he will not back up his own initiative because it is meeting resistance based on debilitating arguments?

Everyone should judge by himself the "offending" character of Ovidiu Vuia's sculptures, as well as the opportunity for further sending people like Busoi, EBA, Becali, Vadim and others, in the European Parliament.
It's about intelligently spending our money and defending our interests, after all.


Thanks to MEP Cristian Busoi's official website we find out that the golden Egyptian jackal is actually a grey wolf and a swan that got stuck in the icy waters of a lake in Bacau has been saved :)
Hi Cristian, thanks for existing, thanks for warming seats and filling toilets in the European Parliament. You are certainly worth your 20.000€/month budget.

Sunday, August 29, 2010

Bucharest - Pitesti Highway

Con's: over 100 km highway you can withness the most extreme manoeuvres, mainly performed by cars from Bucharest.

Pro's: 20 km before Bucharest you start witnessing chain accidents of 8-9 cars, mainly from Bucharest.
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Wednesday, August 25, 2010


If somebody ever complains again about Brussels being the city of pavements, I recommend them to visit Sofia. Totally not advised to travel by car unless you want to destroy your car in no time.
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Saturday, May 22, 2010

The special one

It is a lot more convenient to accuse someone of being arrogant instead of admitting that he's simply a genius, conscious of his geniality.

Saturday, January 30, 2010

A big iPode, a small book or a lack of efficiency?

The iSlate has been released and it's called iPad. Fine.
It costs half the gossip price. Excellent.
It doesn't support multitasking, has no HDMI port and doesn't support Flash. Hmm, that's a pity.
It's nice and appealing. Ok, you know what, the crisis is not over - this shouldn't be an argument.

Sooo, what do we have here?

For the detractors - A big iPod which is no match for a mini laptop because it's not doing multiple tasks.

For the enthusiasts - A small library, where you can fit your books, newspapers, photo's and access some online stuff like websites, games and other entertainment applications.
It seems Apple themselves market the thing as the very best way to browse the internet, which may be quite an accurate statement.

For me - A potentially useful device, surrounded by a totally useless black frame, that adds 50% more volume to the useful volume. This thing is supposed to be the ultimate ultra-mobile device, so why the heck do I need to carry around 50% more volume than needed? Ah, technical constraints? Well, then thanks but no, thanks. For the time being I prefer spending 300€ on a mini PC that offers many more features, rather than 400€ on an iPad that doesn't bring anything new, after all.

Urban skiing

120€ (fine) for 20 minutes skiing and becoming an international star. Sounds like a good deal :)

Friday, January 22, 2010

Un chinezism romanesc

Originalul (spuneti-i "PUMA", "Adidas", "Reebok", cum vreti):

si chinezismul ("PLIMA", "Adidos", "Reobek"):