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Re: Meanwhile, in Mexico...
« Reply #450 on: March 01, 2013, 11:28:09 PM »
Bacao si ga na Severinu?  :P
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Re: Meanwhile, in Mexico...
« Reply #451 on: March 02, 2013, 06:44:30 AM »
bacio

kad je izasao onaj video pre desetak godina. sta sam mogao da radim?  :(
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Re: Meanwhile, in Mexico...
« Reply #452 on: March 03, 2013, 10:29:36 PM »
Oh, well... not tossing it, perhaps?

Anyway, this just in from Septico...

http://houston.cbslocal.com/2013/03/01/13-year-old-mexican-drug-cartel-hitman-found-dead-tortured/
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Re: Meanwhile, in Mexico...
« Reply #453 on: March 03, 2013, 11:31:43 PM »
Don't argue with an Idiot.  He will bring you down to his level and beat you with experience!

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« Reply #454 on: March 03, 2013, 11:44:48 PM »
No, she's not.
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Re: Meanwhile, in Mexico...
« Reply #456 on: March 04, 2013, 11:29:42 PM »
Meanwhile, in cloaca mundi...


China imprisons four men for 'ghost marriage' corpse bride trafficking

Yanchuan court jails men for digging up and selling bodies in afterlife custom of matching dead women to deceased bachelors


      Jonathan Kaiman in Beijing
    * guardian.co.uk, Monday 4 March 2013 16.23 GMT


While these newlyweds are alive and well, the ghost marriage is an ancient Chinese superstition of matching dead women to deceased bachelors.

A county court in central China has sentenced four men to prison for digging up and selling corpses on the black market to enable "ghost marriages", a millennia-old custom of burying deceased bachelors alongside newly deceased wives so that they will not grow lonely in the afterlife.

On Saturday, the Xi'an Evening News reported that the Yanchuan county court in Yan'an City, Shanxi province, sentenced each of the men to more than two years in prison for stealing 10 female corpses, cleaning them up and counterfeiting their medical records to boost their prices, and selling them on the black market for a total of £25,000.

Ritual ghost marriages, which may date back to the 17th century BC, are increasingly rare in contemporary China – Mao Zedong tried to eliminate them when he assumed power in 1949 – but they are still practised in rural parts of Shaanxi, Shanxi, Henan, Hebei and Guangdong provinces. Families often employ a matchmaker to help find a suitable spouse for their deceased loved ones.

The four men, with surnames Pang, Bai, He and Zhang, exhumed the corpses in the winter of 2011 from a smattering of arid, coal-rich counties in Shanxi and Shaanxi provinces.

The state-run Global Times newspaper reported in 2011 that an influx of coal money to parts of northern Shaanxi province bolstered the area's underground corpse trade, with a newly wealthy but superstitious demographic suddenly being able to afford high prices for desirable postmortem mates. Some are known to purchase their corpse brides straight from hospitals, where they cut deals with grieving families.

This is not the first time that ghost marriage intermediaries have fallen on the wrong side of the law. One woman died over the lunar new year in February 2012 and was sold by her family to the family of a recently deceased young man for about £3,700; soon afterwards, police caught a graverobber selling her twice-exhumed body to another family for slightly less.

In 2009, a grieving father in Xianyang City, also in Shaanxi province, paid a team of graverobbers £2,700 to find a suitable bride for his son, who had died in a car crash. They were arrested for exhuming the remains of a teenage girl who had killed herself not long after failing her college entrance exams.

According to the Global Times, less affluent families who desire ghost marriages may use a non-human proxy for the corpse bride, such as a silver statuette or a doughy human-shaped biscuit with black beans for eyes. Some may buy an old, rotten corpse at a discounted price, dress it in clothing and reinforce its skeleton with steel wire.

The tradition has its own set of customs and rituals, including postmortem marriages with sumptuous feasts and dowries, according to the report.


http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2013/mar/04/china-imprisons-men-ghost-marriage-corpse-bride
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Re: Meanwhile, in Mexico...
« Reply #457 on: March 05, 2013, 08:41:14 AM »
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« Reply #458 on: March 05, 2013, 11:28:28 AM »
Ali kako bi sistem onda funkcionisao uopste?...
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« Reply #459 on: March 05, 2013, 01:27:00 PM »
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« Reply #460 on: March 11, 2013, 01:39:36 PM »
Mar 11, 9:09 AM EDT

2,800 pigs dumped in Shanghai river raises concern


BEIJING (AP) -- A surge in the dumping of dead pigs upstream from Shanghai - with more than 2,800 carcasses floating into the financial hub through Monday  xrofl - has followed a police campaign to curb the illicit trade in sick pig parts.



The effort to keep infected pork off dinner tables may be fueling new health fears, as Shanghai residents and local media fret over the possibility of contamination to the city's water supply, though authorities say no contamination has been detected.

Authorities have been pulling out the swollen and rotting pigs, some with their internal organs visible, since Friday - and revolting images of the carcasses in news reports and online blogs have raised public ire against local officials.

"Well, since there supposedly is no problem in drinking this water, please forward this message, if you agree, to ask Shanghai's party secretary, mayor and water authority leaders if they will be the first ones to drink this meat soup?" lawyer Gan Yuanchun said on his verified microblog.

On Monday, Shanghai officials said the number of dumped adult and piglet carcasses retrieved had reached 2,813. The city government, citing monitoring authorities, said the drinking water quality has not been affected.

Shanghai's Agriculture Committee said authorities don't know what caused the pigs to die, but that they have detected a sometimes-fatal pig disease in at least one of the carcasses. The disease is associated with the porcine circovirus, which is widespread in pigs but doesn't affect humans or other livestock.

Shanghai's city government said initial investigations had found the dead pigs had come from Jiaxing city in neighboring Zhejiang province. It said it had not found any major epidemic.

Huang Beibei, a lifetime resident of Shanghai, was the first to expose the problem when he took photos of the carcasses and uploaded them onto his microblog on Thursday.

"This is the water we are drinking," Huang wrote. "What is the government doing to address this?"

His graphic photos apparently caught the attention of local reporters, who followed up.

Huang said he's most concerned about water safety. "Though the government says the water is safe, at least I do not believe it - given the number of the pigs in the river. These pigs have died from disease," Huang said.

The dumping follows a clampdown on the illegal trade in contaminated pork.

In China, pigs that have died from disease should be either incinerated or buried, but some unscrupulous farmers and animal control officials have sold problematic carcasses to slaughterhouses. The pork harvested from such carcasses has ended up in markets. As a food safety problem, it has drawn attention from China's Ministry of Public Security, which has made it a priority to crack down on gangs that purchase dead diseased pigs and process them for illegal profits.

Zhejiang police said on their official website that police have been campaigning to rid the market of unsafe pork meat and that the efforts were stepped up this winter as Chinese families gathered to celebrate the Lunar New Year in February.

In one operation last year, police in Jiaxing broke up a criminal gang that acquired and slaughtered diseased pigs. The provincial authorities said police arrested 12 suspects and confiscated nearly 12 tons of tainted pork meat.

"Ever since the police have stepped up efforts to crack down on the illicit market of sick pigs since last year, no one has come here to buy dead pigs, and the problem of pig dumping is worse than ever this year," an unnamed villager told the Jiaxing Daily newspaper, which is run by the local Communist Party.

Wang Xianjun, a government worker for Zhulin village, told the newspaper that villagers were breeding too many pigs.

Wang said the village had 10,078 dead pigs in January and another 8,325 in February. "We have limited land in the village," he said. "We do not have that much land for burial."

Zheng Fengtian, a professor at the School of Agricultural Economics and Rural Development at Renmin University in Beijing, acknowledged that there is illegal trade in diseased dead pigs in China.

"According to the law, dead pigs must be burned or buried, but if there is not enough regulatory monitoring, it's possible some of them will be sold into the market at low prices," he said, adding that it isn't known how serious the problem is.

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Re: Meanwhile, in Mexico...
« Reply #461 on: March 11, 2013, 02:09:42 PM »
Suburbs secede from Atlanta

'Detroit of the South' bludgeoned by troubles
Published: 16 hours ago

Some are quietly wondering whether Atlanta is in danger of becoming “the Detroit of the South.”

The city has experienced an ongoing succession of government scandals, ranging from a massive cheating racket to corruption, bribery, school-board incompetence and now the potential loss of accreditation for the local DeKalb County school system.

For several years, problems of this sort have fueled political reforms, including the creation of new cities in northern Atlanta suburbs. Due to the intensification of corruption scandals in DeKalb, some state-level reform proposals could become national news very soon.

‘Super-white majority’ cities

As a result of the unsavory politics in urban Atlanta, northern suburban communities acted to distance themselves. Beginning in 2005, many communities began the process of incorporating into cities.

Thus far, Milton, Sandy Springs, Brookhaven, Dunwoody, Chattahoochee Hills and Johns Creek have done so.

These cities, after breaking away politically from urban Atlanta, have become so successful that a libertarian think tank, the Reason Foundation, has featured Sandy Springs as a model of effective government. The Economist has also applauded the northern Atlanta cities for solving the problem of unfunded government pension liability and avoiding the bankruptcy that looms over some urban areas. The new cities may soon be able to create their own school districts, which would free them even further from the issues besetting Atlanta.

While incorporation has been popular with residents of the new cities, not all of Atlanta is as satisfied. The Georgia Legislative Black Caucus filed a lawsuit in 2011 to dissolve the new cities, claiming they were a “super-white majority” and diluting the voting power of minorities.

A key leader in the black community and a driving force in support of the lawsuit, who wishes to remain anonymous, bemoaned the “disturbing tendency of black electorates to not elect the smartest and brightest, or even the cleverest.”


Nonetheless, he believes that there is a social contract between the northern and southern parts of the county.

“So when you allow powerful groups of citizens to opt out of a social contract, and form their own, it may benefit the group opting out, but it hurts the larger collective,” he said.

The lawsuit would have canceled incorporation and tied the cities back into the very county that they purposefully left.

State Rep. Lynne Riley, a Republican who represents one of the new cities, called the lawsuit “frivilous” and “disrespectful to the citizens of these cities who are most satisfied with their government.”

The federal trial court rejected the lawsuit, and the court of appeals affirmed the dismissal. However, an attorney for the Black Caucus plans to file an amended lawsuit.

Meanwhile, the same concerns that spurred incorporation continue to mount.

Failing schools

DeKalb County contributed to what the New York Times called “the biggest standardized test cheating scandal in the country’s history” in 2011.

Now, the county is faced with losing its regional accreditation. Losing regional accreditation is, by any objective measure, a devastating indictment of a school board, with severe consequences for students and families within the district.

When nearby Clayton County, Ga., lost its regional accreditation in 2008, it was the first school system in the country to do so in 40 years.

The result in Clayton, according to the Pew Foundation, was that thousands of students left county schools, the district lost millions of dollars and hundreds of teachers were fired.

In response to the Clayton County crisis, after witnessing the fallout and the harm to the state’s reputation, the legislature acted to prevent a repeat. In 2011, the Georgia legislature essentially gave the governor authority to remove board of education members when a district was placed on probation by the accreditation agency.

Last December, DeKalb was placed on probation. Then, in January, the governor of Georgia used his new authority and removed six members of the nine-member DeKalb Board of Education.

This year, well after the accreditation issue broke open, DeKalb school board elections were held. Four of nine board members were up for reelection.  Voters in one of the four districts returned their incumbent board member for another term, despite knowing that accreditation was at risk.

This week, a federal judge sided with the governor and agreed that the six suspended board members can be replaced. The decision places the dispute into the Georgia Supreme Court’s purview.

As the issue looms, the mere mention of losing accreditation has impacted the housing market in DeKalb, with at least one potential buyer directing his realtor not to search for homes in the county.

School leadership

Recently, at the helm of the DeKalb school system stood Crawford Lewis. The former superintendent has been indicted on racketeering charges.

Along with several of his associates, Lewis is accused by the DeKalb DA of fraud, theft by a government employee, bribery and a web of racketeering. The charges arose out of Lewis’ practice of steering lucrative government contracts toward favored companies.

According to the indictment, Lewis also used government funds to pay for a hotel room, which he used as the venue for an affair. Lewis had this affair with a person who held the position of “Executive Director of the Office of School Improvement.”

One of the numerous complaints about the DeKalb school board was that it voted to pay for Lewis’ legal defense. There had been a $100,000 cap on the costs allowed for legal defense, but the school board waived it for Lewis’ benefit.

The CEO in charge

At the very top, the head of DeKalb’s government is the position of CEO. The current CEO, Burrell Ellis, is being investigated for a list of concerns, including alleged bid rigging. Police searched Ellis’s home and office recently, and local news outlets report that while no charges have been filed, search warrants are reportedly aimed toward potential extortion, bribery, theft, conspiracy, and wire fraud in connection with private vendors who contract with the county.

Most recently, Ellis sought approval from the county ethics board to establish a legal defense fund to benefit himself. The board rebuffed the request.

A corrupt school board becomes a civil rights issue

Instead of being treated as a story about rampant, inexcusable corruption, the school board fiasco has morphed into a civil rights issue. Atlanta’s NBC affiliate reports that the Georgia NAACP “accused Republican Governor Nathan Deal of being part of an alleged conspiracy to get rid of black office holders and deprive black voters of their rights.”

State Rep. Tyrone Books pointed out that criticism of the governor needed to include a word about black politicians who supported the governor’s removal authority.

“How can we complain about him when we have black folks standing there embracing the removal of black officials?” asked Brooks, D-Atlanta.

The state legislature is trying to prevent public funds from being used in the legal defense of the ousted board members. Because the ousted board members see their positions as a civil rights entitlement, the attorney’s fees required for their defense will quickly rise, unless legislation puts an end to the entitlement.

One of the suspended board members, Eugene Walker, responded to the judge’s ruling with a familiar appeal: “Minorities should not feel secure if contrived allegations from anonymous sources with hidden agendas can go to private agencies and to have their civil rights stolen away.”

DeKalb has changed from majority white to majority black over the last several decades. As the Atlanta Journal Constitution gingerly put it: “The county’s transition from majority white to majority minority was politically rocky .”

Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2013/03/suburbs-secede-from-atlanta/#dQ7OHfM36KmuQtUj.99
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kad sam cuo da triglav nije u crnu goru, tri dana sam plako

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Re: Meanwhile, in Mexico...
« Reply #463 on: March 12, 2013, 06:19:49 PM »
Apsolutno sjajno!!! Toga nema ni u pozoristnim komadima. Davno me nije neki tekst u novinama tako obradovao.  :lol: :lol: :lol:

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« Reply #464 on: March 12, 2013, 08:38:56 PM »
Monkey see monkey do, yo!
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« Reply #465 on: March 12, 2013, 08:41:27 PM »
A snimi sav taj samoupravni beton koji je najnenormalnije izliven svud okolo...
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« Reply #466 on: March 12, 2013, 09:05:06 PM »
iz istih novina

kad sam cuo da triglav nije u crnu goru, tri dana sam plako

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« Reply #467 on: March 12, 2013, 09:55:10 PM »
 :mrgreen:
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Re: Meanwhile, in Mexico...
« Reply #468 on: March 14, 2013, 09:43:10 AM »
mw all over,

PornMD Releases Global Porn Habits Infographic

By Bob Johnson, XBIZ.com
Wed, Mar 13 2013 07:15am PDT
      
CYBERSPACE — A new infographic listing the search term porn habits of people from around the world has been released by adult search engine PornMD.

The most common porn terms from the U.S., North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Africa and Oceania got a 1-10 listing in order of popularity.

“Ever wonder which states or countries are into when it comes to what goes on behind closed doors? In this graphic below we take a look at the sexual interests of people around the planet,” the website's introduction reads.

The interactive maps show the most popular porn search terms for each region. For example,

- overall in the U.S., the top five searched terms are “Asian,” “massage,” “teen,” “milf” and “pov.”

But if you click on each individual state you get different results.

- New York likes “college,” “milf,” “massage,” “teen” and “Asian,”

- while California is in line with overall U.S. findings of “Asian,” “massage,” “teen,” “milf” and “pov.”

- Less urban spots like Alabama on the other hand liked “ebony,” “milf,” “teen,” “creampie” and “college.”

The term “milf” appears to be the big winner, ranking in the top 10 in nearly every state. And “anal’ “teen” and “milf” rank high nearly everywhere — except for China where country terms like “Japan,” China”, “Chinese gay” and Korea are on the list — no doubt because users fear reprisal from the country’s anti-porn Internet cops.

Interest in "parody" films appear to reign in the states of Iowa and Montana. And gay search terms are most prominent in South American countries.

A quick glance of European terms show that local interest tops the categories for most countries, with most preferring home-grown porn. Some odd choices pop up in countries like the Czech Republic that had “castrated shemales” in its top 10.

Finland gets even weirder, with "mature" and "granny" topping the lists, while in Hungary the term “woodman” ranked high.

India had one of the most disturbing choices — listing "rape" at number seven.

Even some porn stars made the European and Asian lists including Sasha Grey, Rita Faltoyano, Lisa Ann, Sunny Leone and of course Rocco.  But interestingly, not one made the U.S. top 10.

The full infographic can be seen here.

http://www.pornmd.com/sex-search
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« Reply #469 on: March 14, 2013, 10:04:11 AM »
Weird.
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Some odd choices pop up in countries like the Czech Republic that had “castrated shemales” in its top 10.

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« Reply #471 on: March 16, 2013, 08:11:52 AM »
mw Mađarska,









i komentari:

Где је амбасадор да помогне људима? (Грунф, 15. mart 2013 08:58)
A šta da radi? Da deli sliku Nikolića? (István, 15. mart 2013 10:07)

Sramota za Madjarsku. Sta se desava sa tom zemljom? (Dimitrije, 15. mart 2013 14:27)
Duva vetar. Imas problem sa time? (Sramota za neke komentatore - izjela vas mrznja, 15. mart 2013 15:08)
Više volim da mi se neko izveštačeno osmehne, nego da se spontano izdere na mene.

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Re: Meanwhile, in Mexico...
« Reply #472 on: March 19, 2013, 01:27:59 AM »
davno sam shvatio da je moj zivot top lista nadrealista, ali nisam mislio da kosmar moze poprimiti i ovakve forme teatra apsurda:

http://www.klix.ba/vijesti/regija/jeremic-u-ime-nurije-i-devlete-pozderac-primio-medalju-za-hrabrost/130318132

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Re: Meanwhile, in Mexico...
« Reply #475 on: March 27, 2013, 11:43:30 AM »
mw u kabinetu ministra ...



REGION    | SREDA 27.03.2013 | 11:22

Seks skandal u CG: Ministar u gaćama

IZVOR: VIJESTI

Podgorica -- Na Jutjubu osvanuli snimci seksa u kabinetu crnogorskog ministra Miroslava Ivaniševića koji je on imao s jednom devojkom. Deo je zamračen, a dijalog vulgaran.


 

Print skrin snimka sa Jutjuba


Kako pišu podgoričke Vijesti, na Jutjubu su objavljena dva snimka iz kabineta Ivaniševića, koji je inače predsednik Senata Državne revizorske institucije, bivši potpredsednik Vlade i ministar finansija, sa nepoznatom ženskom osobom.

Na prvom snimku, koji je 17. marta na Jutjub objavila osoba sa nadimkom “milan ljubovic” i koji traje 9,55 minuta u početku se vidi obučen Ivanišević i noge devojke.

Nakon toga slika je zamračena, ali se čuje dijalog između njih, a potom i uzdasi. Dijalog između Ivaniševića i ženske osobe, čiji je identitet on potvrdio “Vijestima”, u najvećem delu je veoma vulgaran.

Devojka, čiji je identitet poznat redakciji, u jednom momentu kaže: “Debelo ću ti naplatiti ovaj seks”. Potom joj bivši ministar govori da bi bilo bolje da je došla taksijem, a ona mu odgovara: “Ta kola si mi ti kupio”.

Miroslav Ivanisevic


Na drugom snimku, dužine 24 sekunde, Ivanišević stoji u boksericama, potkošulji i čarapama. Nakon toga oblači košulju i govori joj: “Ti si se jedino izvukla zbog toga što nećeš da plaćaš, inače bi trebalo da plaćaš”.

Zatim, dok zakopčava košulju prilazi stolu i proverava mobilni telefon. Ženska osoba, nakon kraćeg vulgarnog dijaloga, govori ministru: "Zamisli ti sad šta bih ja mogla da uradim sa ovim”, što navodi na sumnju da je Ivanišević znao da je ona njihov intimni odnos u kabinetu snimala.

"gospodin" ministar Ivanisevic izigrava gospodina

Ivanišević je sinoć “Vijestima” kazao da je snimak u njegovom kabinetu nastao “van radnog vremena” i da ženska osoba koja je bila s njim u kabinetu snimak koristi kako bi nastavila sa ucenama.

On je sinoć negirao da je znao da se sve snima, pojašnjavajući da je na snimku sa njim V. Đ. I. koja ga, kako je rekao, godinama reketira i protiv koje vodi sudski postupak za osporavanje očinstva.

Na pitanje da li vidi nešto sporno što je objavljen snimak iz njegovog kabineta, Ivanišević je istakao da je ta ženska osoba “očigledno došla sa namerom da to uradi i snimi”. “Pretpostavljam da se radi o nečemu što se dešava van radnog vremena”.

Upitan da prokomentariše to što se na snimku vidi on u kabinetu u boksericama, potkošulji i čarapama, Ivanišević je rekao: “Ja nisam nikoga ugrozio, samo sam sebe ugrozio. Ne dešava se ništa u radnom vremenu i ne vidim da sam išta ugrozio, bilo koga sem sebe”, rekao je Ivanišević, ističući da se to desilo samo tada.

“To je ona iskoristila jer je došla namerno da snimi, očigledno. To se vidi... Ja sam protiv ove osobe pokrenuo sudski proces, odnosno podneo tužbu radi osporavanja očinstva. S obzirom na to da tok sudskog spora očigledno ne ide u prilog dotičnoj osobi, sa jasnim izbegavanjem obaveza koje proističu iz tog sudskog spora, dotična osoba se bavi onim što najbolje zna, a to su ucene, reketi, pokušaj kompromitacije. Ja samo želim da ta priča dobije epilog kroz institucije sistema. Ta osoba koristi ono što najbolje zna i što ima u svom repertoaru, a to su ucene, reket i pokušaj kompromitacije moje ličnosti”, kazao je Ivanišević.

Snimci su se juče velikom brzinom prošili na društvenim mrežama.

Osoba koju je Ivanišević pomenuo i ranije je na društvenoj mreži Fejsbuk, na svom profilu, objavljivala fotografije na kojima su ona, Ivanišević i dete za koje ona tvrdi da je njihovo.

U septembru prošle godine podgorička policija podnela je prijavu protiv Ivaniševićeve supruge, zbog napada na V.Đ.I. iz Podgorice.

Više volim da mi se neko izveštačeno osmehne, nego da se spontano izdere na mene.

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« Reply #476 on: March 27, 2013, 12:05:25 PM »
kad sam cuo da triglav nije u crnu goru, tri dana sam plako

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« Reply #477 on: March 27, 2013, 02:02:50 PM »
mw u kabinetu ministra ...



REGION    | SREDA 27.03.2013 | 11:22

Seks skandal u CG: Ministar u gaćama

IZVOR: VIJESTI

Podgorica -- Na Jutjubu osvanuli snimci seksa u kabinetu crnogorskog ministra Miroslava Ivaniševića koji je on imao s jednom devojkom. Deo je zamračen, a dijalog vulgaran.


 

Print skrin snimka sa Jutjuba


Kako pišu podgoričke Vijesti, na Jutjubu su objavljena dva snimka iz kabineta Ivaniševića, koji je inače predsednik Senata Državne revizorske institucije, bivši potpredsednik Vlade i ministar finansija, sa nepoznatom ženskom osobom.

Na prvom snimku, koji je 17. marta na Jutjub objavila osoba sa nadimkom “milan ljubovic” i koji traje 9,55 minuta u početku se vidi obučen Ivanišević i noge devojke.

Nakon toga slika je zamračena, ali se čuje dijalog između njih, a potom i uzdasi. Dijalog između Ivaniševića i ženske osobe, čiji je identitet on potvrdio “Vijestima”, u najvećem delu je veoma vulgaran.

Devojka, čiji je identitet poznat redakciji, u jednom momentu kaže: “Debelo ću ti naplatiti ovaj seks”. Potom joj bivši ministar govori da bi bilo bolje da je došla taksijem, a ona mu odgovara: “Ta kola si mi ti kupio”.

Miroslav Ivanisevic


Na drugom snimku, dužine 24 sekunde, Ivanišević stoji u boksericama, potkošulji i čarapama. Nakon toga oblači košulju i govori joj: “Ti si se jedino izvukla zbog toga što nećeš da plaćaš, inače bi trebalo da plaćaš”.

Zatim, dok zakopčava košulju prilazi stolu i proverava mobilni telefon. Ženska osoba, nakon kraćeg vulgarnog dijaloga, govori ministru: "Zamisli ti sad šta bih ja mogla da uradim sa ovim”, što navodi na sumnju da je Ivanišević znao da je ona njihov intimni odnos u kabinetu snimala.

"gospodin" ministar Ivanisevic izigrava gospodina

Ivanišević je sinoć “Vijestima” kazao da je snimak u njegovom kabinetu nastao “van radnog vremena” i da ženska osoba koja je bila s njim u kabinetu snimak koristi kako bi nastavila sa ucenama.

On je sinoć negirao da je znao da se sve snima, pojašnjavajući da je na snimku sa njim V. Đ. I. koja ga, kako je rekao, godinama reketira i protiv koje vodi sudski postupak za osporavanje očinstva.

Na pitanje da li vidi nešto sporno što je objavljen snimak iz njegovog kabineta, Ivanišević je istakao da je ta ženska osoba “očigledno došla sa namerom da to uradi i snimi”. “Pretpostavljam da se radi o nečemu što se dešava van radnog vremena”.

Upitan da prokomentariše to što se na snimku vidi on u kabinetu u boksericama, potkošulji i čarapama, Ivanišević je rekao: “Ja nisam nikoga ugrozio, samo sam sebe ugrozio. Ne dešava se ništa u radnom vremenu i ne vidim da sam išta ugrozio, bilo koga sem sebe”, rekao je Ivanišević, ističući da se to desilo samo tada.

“To je ona iskoristila jer je došla namerno da snimi, očigledno. To se vidi... Ja sam protiv ove osobe pokrenuo sudski proces, odnosno podneo tužbu radi osporavanja očinstva. S obzirom na to da tok sudskog spora očigledno ne ide u prilog dotičnoj osobi, sa jasnim izbegavanjem obaveza koje proističu iz tog sudskog spora, dotična osoba se bavi onim što najbolje zna, a to su ucene, reketi, pokušaj kompromitacije. Ja samo želim da ta priča dobije epilog kroz institucije sistema. Ta osoba koristi ono što najbolje zna i što ima u svom repertoaru, a to su ucene, reket i pokušaj kompromitacije moje ličnosti”, kazao je Ivanišević.

Snimci su se juče velikom brzinom prošili na društvenim mrežama.

Osoba koju je Ivanišević pomenuo i ranije je na društvenoj mreži Fejsbuk, na svom profilu, objavljivala fotografije na kojima su ona, Ivanišević i dete za koje ona tvrdi da je njihovo.

U septembru prošle godine podgorička policija podnela je prijavu protiv Ivaniševićeve supruge, zbog napada na V.Đ.I. iz Podgorice.



Smrdis ko tvor  :mrgreen: xrofl
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Re: Meanwhile, in Mexico...
« Reply #478 on: March 28, 2013, 11:57:29 AM »
mw раша

Priključio se na naftovod u Sibiru, ukrao 30 tona nafte

Beta    | 27. 03. 2013. - 18:09h

Jedan Rus koji je iskopao tunel kako bi se tajno priključio na naftovod Omsk-Irkutsk u Sibiru, uspeo je da ukrade 30 tona nafte, saopštilo je danas rusko ministarstvo unutrašnjih poslova.

Muškarac od 52 godine iskopao je tunel od 60 metara do naftovoda Omsk-Irkutsk, istaklo je rusko ministarstvo i navelo da je taj muškarac za tri meseca ukrao gotovo 30 tona nafte i time naneo štetu od 12.500 evra.
Mediji javljaju da je tom muškarcu bilo potrebno tri godine da iskopa tunel.
Više volim da mi se neko izveštačeno osmehne, nego da se spontano izdere na mene.

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« Reply #479 on: March 28, 2013, 01:53:19 PM »
Svasta. Sto bi rekao moj cale: "Ne mora da curi; neka kaplje...".
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Re: Meanwhile, in Mexico...
« Reply #480 on: March 28, 2013, 06:16:54 PM »
Meanwhile, back in Mexico...  :mrgreen:

Thousands of armed vigilantes takeover Mexican town, arrest police and shoot at tourists after 'commander' is killed and dumped in the street

    * 'Community police' arrest former director of security in Tierra Colorado
    * They allege he took part in killing of their leader, 28, for criminal cartel
    * State prosecutors agree to investigate official's links to organised crime
    * Vigilantes have been stopping traffic at checkpoints and searching homes
    * Tourist injured after vigilantes opened fire because he failed to stop his car
    * Takeover comes amid growing 'self defence' movement against cartels


By Alex Gore

PUBLISHED: 04:16 EST, 28 March 2013 | UPDATED: 07:29 EST, 28 March 2013


Thousands of armed vigilantes have taken over a town in Mexico and arrested police officers after their 'commander' was killed and dumped in the street.

The self described 'community police' and arrested 12 officers and the town's former director of public security, who they accuse of taking part in the killing of Guadalupe Quinones Carbajal, 28, on behalf of a local organised crime group.

The 1,500-strong force has also set up improvised checkpoints on the major road running through Tierra Colorado, which connects the capital Mexico City to Acapulco, a coastal city popular with tourists less than 40 miles away.
Takeover: A group of around 1,500 armed vigilantes have seized control of Tierra Colorado in Mexico this week


Takeover: A group of around 1,500 armed vigilantes have seized control of Tierra Colorado in Mexico this week

A tourist heading to the beach with relatives for the Easter weekend was injured on Tuesday after the vigilantes opened fire on his car because he refused to stop at a roadblock.

The takeover comes amid a growing movement of 'self defence' groups in the region, which claim to be fighting against drug cartels.

The town is home to around 20,000 people and at least 2,000 civilians are thought to have fled.
 
The Tierra Colorado vigilantes have also been searching people's homes and are reported to have seized drugs from some properties.

The arrested former security official and police officers have been handed over to state prosecutors, who agreed to investigate their alleged links to organised crime.

Many of the vigilantes are carrying high-powered assault rifles, which may have been seized from the former security director's car.
Checkpoints: The 'community police' have been stopping traffic on a main road to the capital Mexico City

Checkpoints: The 'community police' have been stopping traffic on a main road to the capital Mexico City

The group's 'commander' Carbajal's body had been found dumped in the street in a nearby town on Monday.

The force's spokesman, Bruno Placido Valerio, said: 'We have besieged the municipality, because here criminals operate with impunity in broad daylight, in view of municipal authorities.

'We have detained the director of public security because he is involved with criminals and he knows who killed our commander.'

One of those arrested by the group was Juan R. Escudero,police chief of the municipality.

The vigilantes are part of regional umbrella group Union of Peoples and Organizations of Guerrero State.

The Union is made up of residents in Tierra Colorado, as well as neighbouring towns such as Ayutla de los Libres, Teconoapa and San Marcos.
Growing movement: The group is one of many 'self-defence' forces which claim to be fighting organised crime

Growing movement: The group is one of many 'self-defence' forces which claim to be fighting organised crime

The growing vigilante movement in southern and western Mexico has seen masked groups manning checkpoints and searching vehicles for weapons.

They have also been searching for those named on a hand-written list of people suspected of crimes including theft and extortion.

In February, a pair of tourists from Mexico City were wounded on their way to the beach when they were shot at after refusing to stop at one of the roadblocks.

The vigilantes claim they are fighting violence, kidnap and extortion by drug cartels - but there are fears that the groups are violating human rights of those they detain and cooperating with criminals.

The state itself is home to some of the poorest rural communities in the country and last year had Mexico's highest murder rate -with 90 per cent of crimes reported as going unsolved or not even investigated.

It has been the scene of bloody fighting between rival drugs gangs bidding for control of the lucrative smuggling routes around the Pacific coast.
Holiday destination: Tierra Colorado is on a major road to Acapulco, a city popular with tourists 35 miles away

Holiday destination: Tierra Colorado is on a major road to Acapulco, a city popular with tourists 35 miles away

More than 70,000 are estimated to have died in drug-related violence across Mexico in the past six years.

Tourism remains an important part of the state's economy, with the coastal city's of Acapulco, Taxco and Zihuatanejo dubbed the 'Triangle of Sun'.

In January, hundreds of armed vigilantes made a series of arrests and imposed curfews in Ayutla de los Libres and Teconoap.

They also manned checkpoints and claimed they had arrested at least 30 suspected criminals.

One of the masked vigilantes said: 'They kill, extort, rape. You do know if they are drugs dealers, thugs, who want to grab everything.

'We want to return peace and tranquility to the entire population. Only the people can restore order.'


http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2300381/Thousands-armed-vigilantes-takeover-Mexican-town-arrest-police-shoot-tourists-commander-killed-dumped-street.html
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Re: Meanwhile, in Mexico...
« Reply #481 on: March 30, 2013, 05:43:57 PM »
mw srb

SUBOTA 30.03.2013. | 09:34

Stojadinović želeo da smanji teren?

IZVOR. B92, ZURNAL.RS

U Crvenoj zvezdi na sve načine pokušavaju da se izbore sa krizom, pa su spremni i na pomalo neobične metode.


Tako je uoči meča sa kragujevačkim Radničkim sportski direktor Zoran Stojadinović predložio da se smanje dimenzije terena, zbog loše fizičke spreme igrača?

Njegov predlog je, međutim, ekspresno odbijen od čelnika kluba, kao i od novog trenera Rikarda Sa Pintua.



a da proba da smanji gol na svojoj strani ipak je i on preveliki.
(rade, 30. mart 2013 10:01)

Neka ga malo nagnu, da bi zvezdini igrači trčali nizbrdo!
(Priboj PFC, 30. mart 2013 12:21)

Smanjite slaninu i pečenje, pokrenite guzične motore i trčite bre malo!
(Duga, 30. mart 2013 11:15)
Više volim da mi se neko izveštačeno osmehne, nego da se spontano izdere na mene.

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« Reply #482 on: March 31, 2013, 01:28:23 PM »
"You! Yes, you! Stand still, laddie!"

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kad sam cuo da triglav nije u crnu goru, tri dana sam plako

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Re: Meanwhile, in Mexico...
« Reply #484 on: March 31, 2013, 06:54:38 PM »
http://www.klix.ba/vijesti/crna-hronika/mladic-tvrdi-da-je-istjerivao-duhove-iz-svog-racunara/130331074

Komentari:

srbin sam, ali Jovane-nemoj nas vise brukat, mutere ti!

e jado jadna bolesna! kao ti sad smiješan? ismijavate bošnje, a vi palite vrata samostana na Uskrs? divljaci, pećinski ljudi

LAŽ je oblik srpskog patriotizma i potvrda urođene srpske inteligencije!


bas me interesuje koliko mu je dodik platio.

Kusta će da snima film o ovoj temi veka znači poltergeist u vlaha.

Mi imamo dobre odnose sa Hrvatima u BiH.
Ovo je bilo zbog utakmice, jer je to bilo krajnje ruzno od Hrvata da nas onako pobjede.
Time je nanesena nepravda srpskom narodu.
Normalno je da ce ljudi tako reagovati nakon toga i ne treba ih previse kriviti.

E jest dosao na mjesto gdje ce ga istjerati. Tu su ti ga prijatelju mogli samo utjerati jos ako si kakav sladak maloljetnik

Jesu ga lijepo posavjetovali u policiji... Da je bio musliman sigurno bi bio optuzen za terorizam.. FUJ !"

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Re: Meanwhile, in Mexico...
« Reply #485 on: March 31, 2013, 07:59:31 PM »
komentari na klixu su inace dostojni serbiancafea. samo su primitivniji.
stvarno, ziv se isprepadam kad to procitam. pomislim, gdje ja to zivim i zasto... mah.
kad sam cuo da triglav nije u crnu goru, tri dana sam plako

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Re: Meanwhile, in Mexico...
« Reply #486 on: March 31, 2013, 08:49:11 PM »
Voleo bih da negde drugde ima nesto primitivnije od serbiancafea, ali sumnjam.
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Re: Meanwhile, in Mexico...
« Reply #487 on: March 31, 2013, 08:53:28 PM »
Ni ja ne verujem ali to moze biti samo zato sto ne poznajem recimo hrvatske ili muslimanske verzije Teslinih oruzja, Ruso/Germano/Turkofilstva i sve ostale species-specific socijalizacije koje malo prave sve te ljude idiotima kakvi su a malo iz njih i izviru.
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Re: Meanwhile, in Mexico...
« Reply #488 on: March 31, 2013, 08:55:38 PM »
And by the way, i pored svog onog pompeznog i selfrighteous preimenovanja (prekomande?) beogradskog aerodroma u "Nikola Tesla" (u inat pronalazacevoj hrvatskoj domovini) kada tamo ipak sletite policija, koja o tome izgleda jos nije cula, vam u pasos udari pecat na kome pise "SURCIN - BEOGRAD". I tako sva 4 puta, ulaz i izlaz. Tamo je sve cirkus.
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Re: Meanwhile, in Mexico...
« Reply #489 on: April 01, 2013, 01:29:03 AM »
Tako se zove granicni prelaz. Nema veze sa imenom aerodroma.

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Re: Meanwhile, in Mexico...
« Reply #490 on: April 01, 2013, 01:39:50 AM »
Aerodrom se nikad nije zvao Surcin, vec "Aerodrom Beograd". Surcin je mesto, nema tu nista nelogicno

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« Reply #491 on: April 01, 2013, 02:14:46 AM »
Aaaaahhh, then it makes sense.
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Re: Meanwhile, in Mexico...
« Reply #492 on: April 01, 2013, 09:01:17 AM »
Koliko se secam pecat udaraju samo jednom. Stranim drzavljanima pri ulazu a domacim pri izlazu. Ali mozda se to promenilo.

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« Reply #493 on: April 01, 2013, 07:10:36 PM »
Ivane, u pravu si. Sad sam pogledao: imam 4 "ulaza" i samo jedan "izlaz".

Valjda ih ponelo ime i prezime pa udarili taj jedan "izlaz".

Btw., najskorije kad sam bio, na ulazu mi policajac koji gleda pasos (i isti ocitava/ucitava provlacenjem prve stranice kroz neku spravu; "svi podaci, neprimetno" 8-) ) odrza kratko predavanje ("Odakle?" - "Odakle sam upravo doleteo ili odakle sam rodom?"...) na temu mog a i njegovog crnogorskog prezimena sa zakljuckom, sa kojim mi nije tesko privatno sloziti se mada nisam siguran da bi svako bas tako odreagovao na to a i nekako mi nije ni bilo tog momenta i "na tome mestu" do te diskusije (totally uncalled-for), da tzv. crnogorci ne postoje.
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Re: Meanwhile, in Mexico...
« Reply #494 on: April 02, 2013, 10:00:42 AM »
MW u Egiptu:

Kairo -- Skoro 500 studenata univerziteta Al Azar u Kairu smešteno je u bolnicu zbog trovanja hranom, izjavio je visoki zvaničnik egipatskog ministarstva zdravlja.

Oni su se otrovali posle obroka u studentskom domu u ponedeljak.

Studenti Al Azara planiraju danas da održe protest ispred uprave univerziteta. Juče je više stotina studenata demonstriralo ispred unvierziteta, blokirajući puteve i uzvikujući slogane protiv uprave univerziteta, prenosi AP.

Univerzitet pripada džamiji Al Azar, svetskom centru za izučavanje sunitskog islama. Osim verskih studija, na ovom univerzitetu se izučavaju i prirodne i društvene nauke.

Državni tužilac danas je naložio istragu o trovanju studenata.

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Re: Meanwhile, in Mexico...
« Reply #496 on: April 16, 2013, 08:32:14 PM »
kad sam cuo da triglav nije u crnu goru, tri dana sam plako

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« Reply #497 on: April 16, 2013, 08:48:00 PM »
 :evil:
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« Reply #498 on: April 16, 2013, 08:48:42 PM »
Pazi kad je to isto kao ono sa "Zastava filmom". "Crkvena zastava-film" uradio, pa rukovodstvo zaseda, pa sluzba podnosi referat, pa oficiri komentarisu... LOL!!!
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« Reply #499 on: April 16, 2013, 08:52:06 PM »
ne znam sta da mislim. drustvena patologija u svakom slucaju.
kad sam cuo da triglav nije u crnu goru, tri dana sam plako