De 'beesten bende' hier eet ook geen mensen eten. Ze willen het ook helemaal niet meer. Wel handig, want dan kun je gewoon alles overal laten staan, zonder dat je de beesten in de gaten moet houden. Of buiten hun bereik moet houden. Is alleen wel balen dat ik het anti wormen pilletje niet in een stukje worst of zo kan verstoppen. Nozem verrekt hem op te eten :-( Troel eet hem met de kattensnoepjes op. Nozem vist hem er uit! Ozzy is prachtig!!! Nozem blijft een klein dondertje ;-D Fijn weekend!!! XOXO
I saw clips of the hearses en route single file... and all the Dutch lining the roads in respect. Even though your country is small compared to mine, I know better than to think every Dutch citizen is directly affected. But I'm given to understand many, maybe most, know someone who knew someone... a friend's uncle, a teacher's sister, that sort of thing. I know a bit about that feeling. In the summer of 1981 the Kansas City Hyatt Hotel skywalks (interior pedestrian bridges) collapsed during a jam packed Friday afternoon "tea dance." Despite there being around 2 million people in the greater metro area, I knew someone from my recently graduated high school class whose father was killed and whose mother was badly injured. There were others, I think, though she's the one I remember details for. I do remember talking with many people - at the mall, the grocery store, etc - all of whom knew someone (or had a friend who did) who'd been there. That event took a long time for KC to come back from. I cannot imagine what the legacy would have been had it not been a horrible accident due to a design error, but instead had been an act of violence. ++ I wouldn't hold too much anger at your own king and queen if I were you (which, granted, I am not). They may well have felt like retching, being in the same room with the latest Russian dictator, but acted as those in diplomatic roles are supposed to. But I know a bit of how you feel with that, too. I keep thinking of how many people - athletes, reporters, fans - spent time and money there and how many others, myself included, watched from home when Putin was likely already eying Ukraine. Winning the Olympic site selection gave him what the casual observer would think is a plausible excuse to build up *another* Black Sea port in addition to his coveted Sevastopol, although he never needs an excuse to do what he wants to do, does he? ++ I noted the list and link you left under my condolence image showing just how many other nations are directly grieving. I think the whole world, though, is appalled. It would be a due outcome if some of your Africanized stinging friends could shepherd Vlad the Emperor to the next world. Where he's going, I'm sure there will be lots of warm water ports.... (((Hugs)))
ToolBee... no reasoned words can make better the toll of what you and your countrymen have suffered. Perhaps, though, the thoughts and prayers of your friends here can lessen your grief. You have all I have to give. http://cheezburger.com/8264730112
193 of your people and 36 of mine make this a grim period. The neandertals who did this shuld be strung up by the balls. Vlad Putty sed he nebber done it... it was dem Ukies wot dun it. Do you bleeve Putty?
I have sort of a love/hate relationship with "The English" (as opposed to English individuals). We (the Americans) and they have so much shared history and culture, but whenever other cultures see fit to deride American behavior (both individual and federal), even if we deserve it at times, I can't help but think of all the shit the English pulled over *centuries* that makes us look almost like amateurs. Luckily a lot of that (English) shit is in the past, though it sure has left a lasting legacy (Balfour Declaration anyone? Creation of Iraq as a single country?) At least the newest generations of the royal family seem to be nice enough, what with doing air rescue work, all the charity fund raising *and* bringing up their own baby rather than shuffling little George onto nannies while Mum and Dad are off on tour. The most embarrassing (and visible) failing of late was the atrocious "hat" Princess Beatrice wore to her cousin's wedding (peronally I'm with the crowd who likened it to a vertical toilet seat). But Kate more than makes up for it with her grace and elegant taste. Moving along... back to the life of we "little" people... I'm off to peruse ICHC a bit more. :D