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Sliker's vocabulary

2020.07.01 20:03 pawnandaking Sliker's vocabulary

  1. BUSTA
  2. LISTEN LISTEN
  3. BOYDEM
  4. STUPID LI'L SHIT
  5. OG (probably talks about 2pac right after)
  6. STOLE PURSE OFFA GRANNYS
  7. IS (person) PARTNERED?
  8. HABIBI HAYAATI
  9. RESPECT, MAN
  10. BRAND RISK
  11. SHOUTOUT TO TEAM LIQUID
  12. BNT AL GAHBA, OMK CHELBE, OMK BARBOOGA (in the same order)
  13. COOMERS
  14. LET ME CHECK THEIR TWITCH FOLLOWING
  15. HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAayayyay
  16. (some achievement) ANDY
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2020.05.21 04:47 somethingdown22 My take on every season of The Circle.

Get ready for a wall of text, because here comes my list! They’re ranked from 5th place, worst, to 1st place, best. Enjoy! (disclaimer this is just my opinion do not take it personally it is also very unpopular particularly #4 and #1 but it’s just my opinion you can read my argument for why I put the seasons there underneath the season name also a few sections of these are on a comment I posted as a rebuttal to a point a few hours ago; I decided I had some good ideas and I would make a big post and sorry for the run-on not-sentence so please don’t sue me)
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5: The Circle USA
Although this season gave us some great people that everyone could root for like Joey, Sammie, and “Rebecca”, aka Seaburn, it was a boring, predictable season with no drama whatsoever. The only time players argued after the first three people were blocked was when they were forced to in a game, and they all immediately apologized to each other afterward. The incredibly weak new players made this difficult to watch as well. The only strong new player that had the capacity to make it to the end was Sean, whose downfall was the alliance of the original players that dominated a huge portion of the game and was so strong that it led Joey to save an original player he had no real connection with, over his newbie showmance partner Miranda. Although the first episodes were interesting with plenty of drama, the rest of the season became people solely acting on authenticity and hunting for catfish. The emotionally weak original players, strategically weak new players, and the dominant original player alliance made the game rather boring and the worst season to date of The Circle.
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4: The Circle France
I was so excited for the future of this season after Episode 5. The first half of this season was absolutely riveting, with lots of drama! Lou’s blocking caused the only true screaming fight to date in The Circle history. Cedric manipulating people to believe that Elea, an incredibly genuine player, was a snake was intriguing. The game that caused Cedric’s downfall will forever be burned in my mind. Episodes 7 and 8 looked like they would be the start of an intense second half with the two alliances (Team Winners and the Habibis) vying for control of the new players and the game, but Gary’s betrayal of Ines and subsequent blocking made this season so much worse than it could have been. (Think Big Brother 6 level.) After episode 8, every elimination was predictable. The only drama that occurred was when people stood up to the dominant Team Winners alliance, such an obnoxious name for an alliance. The reason this isn’t last was Nelia’s attempt to destroy the alliance that left me on the edge of my seat. The dominant alliance and predictable second half bring this to where it is now.
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3: The Circle UK 2
I felt awful. Watching this season felt like a chore. It was episode 18 of 22 44-77 minute episodes and it was really just The Circle USA 1. (I watched USA version first.) A few people dominated the game and it was clear that Ella, Tim, or Woody would win. It was just a catfish hunt and nobody except James (“Sammie”) seemed to register it was a game. And then, a miracle happened. Suddenly, an alliance sprang forth determined to win strategically and dethrone Ella, Tim, and Woody. Because of this alliance, the last four episodes of this season were absolutely riveting. “Sammie” was trying to get out Ella, Georgina wanted to stick with her alliance but also with her friend, Tim caught on to the tactics of “Sammie”, and Woody and Ella had no clue what was actually going on. This tiny section of the season ended it with a gigantic bang and turned a season that I considered about equal to USA Season 1 into a season I considered about equal to the one that comes after this. If only that alliance had formed earlier; this season would have done so much better! The incredibly riveting, dramatic, and suspenseful conclusion places this season here.
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2: The Circle Brazil
The first four episodes of this season were frustratingly long, with no fights between players and with predictable blockings. The third blocking was also predictable and made me lose hope in the season. But when the influencers were sent to the blue room to block a second player, they disagreed. JP wanted to save Lucas and block Akel, while Lorayne wanted to save Akel and explicitly said she would “sit here all night if I have to, if it means saving Akel”. This remains the only time in The Circle where the influencers so heavily argued about what to do with such hostility. After the Episode 6 blocking, the game was split in two alliances with completely different interests. The second half of the season had backstabbing like in the Episode 9 blocking, blindsides like in the Episode 8 blocking, and suspenseful eliminations like in the Episode 6 blocking and all of the ones after it. Around Episode 9, a powerful group split in half, the only time that’s happened in The Circle. Overall, the tumultuous second half of the game puts this season where it is now.
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1: The Circle UK 1
This season was easily the most confrontational season of The Circle. The game was so suspenseful; I barely ever knew who would be blocked. But the suspense wasn’t the biggest reason this is ranked so high. That would be the confrontations and virtual blowups. Around Mitchell’s blocking, two sides were established. The minor players from each side took turns leaving, which left the strategic - and more likable - players in for the long haul. There were almost constant blowups. Here’s a list of blowups: Aiden vs Sian. Aiden + Sian vs Kate. Kate vs Freddie. Kate vs Freddie (again). Kate vs Freddie (yet again). Dan vs Ryan. (“I DO NOT LIKE YOU!”) Scotty vs Hannah. Hannah and everyone else vs Scotty. Sian vs Hannah. Sian vs Precious. Freddie vs Harry. Freddie + Scotty vs Harry. Freddie vs Harry (again). After the blocking of Mitchell went down, there were so many blowups it was hard to count. All these blowups, plus the fact that neither side dominated in the game, is why this season is as high up in the rankings as it is.
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Those are my rankings of all the seasons. Thoughts?
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2020.05.15 13:59 SanDisko Do you have separate terms of endearment for your partners?

I have 3 nesting partners and each has their own terms of endearments that I call them. I usually NP#1 "habibi" & other Arabic love terms, NP#2 gets called "darling" and "sweetheart" and "sweetiepie" is reserved for NP #3. When my ex & I were together I called her "dear".
With FWB's, we mutually label each other "babe", "gorgeous" or "sexy": "Babe, could you pass me a tissue please?"
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2020.05.01 20:35 Sami1ST [EUW] LF a Jungle DUO! Current rank: P4, looking for a long term duo!

Hit me up on one of these accounts: Samuraj or HABIBI we win
I main Yasuo, Vlad, Ekko and Diana.
Started with really good MMWINRATE with a duo partner, started to go into tilt mode after solo plays.
LOOKING FOR A DUO WHO WANTS TO CLIMB NOW!
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2020.03.01 00:52 crowonderboy Streamed with a girl , insta partner , jk congrsts HABIBI DESERVED

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2019.10.14 12:10 fractalfay I’m not as bad as I present myself: a Before the 90 Days recap

Welcome to your flu-afflicted recap, wherein I try to be funny while feeling like I’m holding a tiny cat in my throat. Without further ado:
Tim is thinking about proposing, despite the fact that he hasn’t driven Jeniffer to pound town when she keeps trying to flag him down. He decides to call his ex Veronica for coaching, since she’s always there to take a lap selfie in a transparent shirt, or pass on a once-used engagement ring, because she “wants him to be happy.”
Veronica thinks Tim might have confused his priorities, since a relationship usually involves more than shopping and wearing golden eye masks. He can always visit again if he’s unsure, and get to know her more. He’s financially stable; it’s not like gun manufacturers have a habit of going out of business. Veronica also points out that they haven’t even had sex yet, which makes Tim super uncomfortable and he says he doesn’t know why that’s important. Maybe because it’s important to Jeniffer? But who wants to see their potential partner as a person, let alone a naked person, amirite?
Veronica tells him to slow down because, “This is the rest of your life!” Which is 90DF speak for the next 12 to 18 months.
Not to be dissuaded, Tim leaves his den of no-sex with a pink picnic basket and a round-2 ring. He thinks his heart will tell him if proposing is the right to do, which he’s forced to rely on since his dick doesn’t have a vote. As they take a terrifying car ride up to the very top of Celibacy Mountain, Jennifer says she likes the effort he’s put in, since romance is very important to her. We’re just going to have to assume that sex is lower down the list of priorities.
Tim is hunting for a way to buzzkill the whole thing, and Jeniffer solves the problem for him by asking why they haven’t had sex, and says she wonders if he’s gay or something. This question immediately drains all the blood from Tim’s penis and sends it’s scurrying into his overflowing cup of anxiety. Then she asks if he desires her. He says absolutely, in the same tone of voice used to tell a boss you’re totally available to work overtime this weekend, while planning the “I’m sick” call in your mind.
Before we go any further, let’s explore possible explanations for Tim’s dick paralysis (I am open to other additions):
1.) A STI with visual evidence, such as herpes or HPV. Would you want to have this awkward conversation on television? Definitely not. Unless you’re Paul, in which case you’d be using this to explain the full body condom you’re wearing as a raincoat.
2.) Tim is sexually confident and therefore not in a rush. According to my calculations, there’s a roughly .001% chance of this, or the same probability of Nicole and Azan getting married or Angela toting her daughter’s egg.
3.) Tim is sexually paralyzed from the waist down, and isn’t sure if his tongue and manicured hands are up to conquering.
4.) Tim is still in love with his ex, so his penis is boycotting negotiations.
5.) Veronica has Tim’s balls in a jar she keeps under the sink.
6.) Tim is in a polyamorous relationship with Veronica, and he’s afraid to tell Jeniffer.
7.) Tim is asexual, and doesn’t want to talk about this until the very last episode, because TLC never tires of the “big secret” storyline.
After some consideration, Tim decides that instead of giving Jeniffer a hand-me-down engagement ring, he’ll give her a hand-me-down appreciation ring. Way to 55%, Tim. After a romantic 30 foot walk, Tim tells Jeniffer that it’s a promise ring, and Jeniffer doesn’t know what that is, since she’s not in high school. Still, Jeniffer is happy, and Tim assures her the sexless issue will be resolved prior to his departure. Then the wind blows, and Jeniffer’s dress blows up, and everyone but Tim has a boner.
The next day she’s modeling her best Clueless outfit, while Tim tries to distract from his asexual presentation with coffee and pastries. It turns out last night was a dud, and Jeniffer was left using her ring finger all my herself.
“I don’t want her to think I’m some weird guy who doesn’t want sex,” reports the weird guy who doesn’t want sex. Jeniffer reasserts her unquenched thirst with, “I am a grown woman.”
Tim replies, “Now you’re making me feel bad. I feel like the girl.” No Tim, Jeniffer is the girl and she wants sex. You are acting like the Tim.
Somehow the camera person doesn’t put the camera down and chase Tim around the room, yelling, “You can have sex any time of day! It’s called an afternoon delight!” Instead, they follow Tim as he takes Jeniffer to a spa to put some curtains up in his two-bedroom apartment in the Friend Zone. Once they’re spackled with dueling face masks and cooking Jeniffer’s sex drive away in a hot tub, Tim decides it’s time to confess that the ring round her finger is on it’s second lap. Tomit.
Tim should have known this was going to be a problem, but he also should have known that women have sexual desire, so there’s probably not enough room for how much Tim doesn’t know. Case in point: he assumes Veronica lobbed that ring at him with pure intentions…which would be what, exactly? You don’t give someone a sweater you bought for another person, let alone a ring. Tim may not have known that, but Veronica definitely did. Jeniffer is understandably appalled, and says she doesn’t want the ring, in between wipes at the face mask that only increases the humiliation of this scene.
“It’s her trash. It’s shit,” Jeniffer says, reading our minds, before leaving us dangling with this clit-hanger.
Speaking of sexually parched, Darcey is modeling a fresh number from the Desperation collection of her Midlife Crisis clothing line, and carries herself like a dance mom who brought her daughter to a video audition and said, “oh my gawd do you think I should try out? OK I WILL.”
She and Tom are heading to a bar for Titty Watch 2: Electric Boobaloo, which involves salsa dancing with Emma and her man, and Darcey standing there looking unsuited for any type of dancing that doesn’t involve a pole. After a few obsessive stops to scrutinize her complexion, the whole team does a round of shots, before Tom and his sister Emma spin out like Jennifer Grey and Patrick Swayze having the time of their lives. Props to Emma for bringing some big girl twirl to this show, since TLC often seems to revel in humiliating heavy women by forcing them to climb uphill in a desert alongside con artists. Darcey says they’re beautiful and she’d rather watch, because if she wiggles like that Tom’s gonna take a titty to the eye and be blind for the rest of the night, and he just stopped complaining about his ankle.
Tom explains that the idea with salsa dancing is to dance with a lot of different partners, and by this he means that he came to dance, and brought Darcey so he could have a woman watching him do stuff. When it’s her turn to dance with Tom, she says her “alter ego is about to come out, you better watch out.” Darcey doesn’t know that for the ego to be alter it has to be different from what she’s been presenting since she stepped off the plane. She makes her best hair-toss duck-lips sexy faces while catching her own eye in the mirror behind the bar. She seems embarrassed and miserable, which might have been lessened if she actually wanted to learn this sort of dancing, or was okay with making an ass out of herself, or if Tom had any real interest in teaching her.
Since it doesn’t seem like she’s going to instantly escalate to salsa icon, Tom dances with other people while Darcey retreats to the comfort of playing with her hair. She corners Emma’s helpless boyfriend to ask, “why doesn’t he do that with me though? I kinda feel like I’m better than her!” I kinda feel like the sky is orange and a candy slide carries me all the way home in my cloud car, and no one ever believes me, either.
Emma takes Darcey outside to explain how dancing works beyond the confines of a junior high gymnasium. Darcey tells Emma that she feels ignored and would like more attention. Emma explains that Tom loves to party and is unlikely to transform into a different person to fit Darcey’s fairytale. At the same time, Emma rightly suspects that her brother is being vague about his emotions, and that’s sending Darcey into a tailspin. Since her personhood has been acknowledged, Darcey cries again, realizing she has a fantasy about him, and doesn’t want to be passive or jealous or needy, but it’s hard to feel confident without commitment. Emma tells Darcey to just be honest, and tell Tom exactly what she needs. The woman is so fragile and vulnerable I just want to wrap her in a blanket and tuck her into Tim’s pink picnic basket. Emma must feel the same, because she tells Darcey that as Tom’s sister her opinion matters, and she thinks Darcey’s lovely and sweet, which helps her calm down and feel more comfortable. Darcey needs Emma more than she needs Tom.
With Emma hovering around in the backdrop like Veronica just wanting Tim to be happy, Darcey finally gets the ovaries to ask Tom if they’re exclusive.
“Is that an American thing?” Tom, I’ve seen Love Island UK. Nobody likes to be made a mug or pied off on the tellie, so crack on. This is not an American thing. Just like being a twat is not exclusively a British thing. Tom eventually says that yes, they are exclusive, and Darcey is relieved that she doesn’t have to find another online match that she’s been talking to for four years.
Benji, who cries as much as Darcey, is busy trying to find a reason other than the bride price to escape his non-legal marriage to Akinyi. If he admits this is about how broke he is he’ll lose all power, which means he might have to use a non-condescending tone of voice when speaking to Akinyi. Why do all that when he can continue to milk his would-be wife’s single alcoholic beverage?
He tells Akinyi he’s concerned that she won’t interact well with his child. Akinyi responds that she’ll love him whether he likes her or not, and they’ll just have to wait and see what happens. Still, Benji is not ready to accelerate past this non-problem, creeping ever closer to the possibility of Akinyi seeing his tax returns or reading about his estimated net worth.
On the day of the bride price negotiation Benji wakes up early to brutalize sausage and smack an egg around a frying pan until it surrenders. He doesn’t fully understand the bride price business, but according to Akinyi he’s supposed to bring very specific groceries that he is not under any circumstances to cook. Before they go he proposes to Akinyi, with a ring that doesn’t fit because omens, and tells her he managed to cobble together $800 for the bride price, which is exactly enough to insult her family. Dude is going to need to hit up every payday loan office within a hundred miles along the way, and contact Chris and Nikki, and launch a GoFundMe if he hopes to summon enough scratch to not meet the wrong end of a machete. Akinyi, ever a day late, says that the opening bid is generally $3,000, and she doesn’t think her family will accept an IOU like Annie’s family did.
Benji finds something other than a Best Buy uniform to wear for the wedding proper, and he and Akinyi step out in coordinated attire. He’s worried about how late they are to meet Akinyi’s father, and complains that his tummy hurts and he wants a snack. It’s unclear whether Benji ever speaks above a whine, or below finger-wagging.
Once at the house, Benji unloads groceries to impress the family, because nothing says “family man” like a half-assed trip to Costco. He’s called out for being late, and Benji wishes Akinyi was there to accept the blame.
Akinyi’s father explains that if someone is serious, they have to do things to accept responsibility. Being financially prepared is one of the ways to accept responsibility and demonstrate you are ready for marriage. My student loan debt just guffawed from the next room, laughing almost as hard as Benji’s monthly child support payment.
Bare Minimum Ben then awkwardly introduces his bottled water and 12 pack of Gatorade as, “A small token of my appreciation.”
Remember when those sportsball players arrived at the White House for a fast food buffet, wearing their best sports coats with expectations of class? Akinyi’s father makes that same face at the sad stack of food.
“Thank you for the gifts,” he says, looking like he would have chosen the Filet o’Fish, cause fuck your Whopper. “This is generally a gift for when you are in mourning.” He blinks a few times to see if he’s successfully banished Benji’s pasty presence. Then he asks that Akinyi be brought in, which is a bad sign, since Benji’s not supposed to see her until negotiations are finished. Knowing 90DF this is probably a set up that will nevertheless result in marriage, because their suspense is no longer very suspenseful.
Over in Lebanon, Avery and Omar are off to the airport, so that she can return to Columbus and her important “ugh, mom!” hobby. She expresses once again her plan to return to Syria in a few months, a country being aggressively bombed by Turkey while ISIS detainees scatter to the wind. Avery emphasizes how much she’s going to miss Omar and how upset she is in the taxi. And the airport. And outside the gate. She drags her feet getting through security, and Omar tells her that she needs to be patient, strong, and positive, which is really difficult to do on a 30 hour flight.
Omar beats feet out of there the minute they say goodbye, before she can even lob one final habibi, and since he’s never met Benji or Tim he tells the camera that “A girl is more emotional than a man.” Then he adds, “But inside I’m more broken. She knows, because eyes never lie.” This is downright Shakespearean compared to the standard 90DF declaration of affection, which is either “we’ll have sex eventually” or “is that an American thing?”
Avery takes the appropriate amount of sad mini videos during her 30 hours of air travel, while Mother Avery and Father Avery prepare to fetch their feckless offspring at the airport. One of Avery’s younger siblings plays with what looks like a slide-whistle pacifier, and I’ll bet they don’t have those in Syria AVERY. Finally off the plane, Avery piles luggage on one of those push carts, and the countdown for that turquoise bag jumping ship begins. The moment she hugs her mother, the turquoise bag breaks free. Everyone drink!
Both parents express reasonable concern about the utterly illogical Syria plan, and Avery tells them that she told her job her plans to leave before she told her parents, “Because they wouldn’t storm out like you.” No, but they did huddle around the Frappuccino machine to wonder if you got a head injury in the final months of your cheerleading career, before smiling and saying, “We’re SO happy for you!”
Teri asserts that she is not going to let her daughter live in Syria, which is fine, because Syria has the same idea. Someone needs to clue Teri into saying the opposite of what she actually wants, to guarantee she gets her way with Avery.
Michael, on the other hand, is ready to stand up for himself to Angela. He says that he’s disappointed with how she acted towards his friends at the restaurant. Angela explains that she was really mad at him, not them, for that one time he couldn’t rearrange the day he was born to accommodate her schedule, and if that’s not enough rationalization she was also sick and needed his emotional support, and also her home burned down and keeping Michael on the phone would have been water. Angela tells Michael that she forgives him, truly, for the offense she took that never made sense, and in the understatement of the year admits she’s difficult to handle at times. Then she apologizes, and says she’ll apologize for how she acted but not what she said. It’s important to not overthink this statement. Michael is happy that she’s willing to make amends with his friends, because he doesn’t want to be Pedro when he could be bitchy in a café with a BFF like Pao.
Michael finds a friend with that soothing mediator vibe to manage hostage negotiation. The goofballs come in, and Michael isn’t ready to shake hands until this reaches resolution. Angela finishes her beer, puts her cigarette out on her tongue, and then apologizes for how she acted, but will not forgive them or be their friends. Then she pushes the front motorcycle and the whole row falls down like dominoes.
Michael’s friends say they didn’t mean to hurt her; they were just trying to take Michael out for his birthday. They don’t mention to Angela that people have thoughts and feelings even when she’s not there, because the apology by itself is meta enough. “We want peace all the time,” they insist, privately complaining that they’re carrying too much of the blame.
Angela accepts their apology. “I’m not as bad as I present myself,” she says, and once again she has written my flair. She gets choked up, reminding all of us at home that Angela has crushing anxiety and desperately doesn’t want to lose.
Rebecca is still on this show, beating the same dead horse, aka a problem she created herself, which is exactly as shocking as learning Angela has one viable egg. After making a big deal about investigating Zied to see if his behavior matches hers, she’s ready to tell him that she’s still married.
They go off on a 4-wheeler adventure, to prepare Zied for rural Georgia. He crashes, but since it didn’t involve texting or trying to drive with his knees, the DMV assures me it doesn’t count.
When they stop at a beautiful location, Rebecca tells Zied he’s been more than she expected, and Zied says that she’s so perfect. That covers 40% of what they talk about in any given episode. Rebecca then adds that she’s never been this is love with anyone, not even the three other marriages she racked up before this almost-marriage, not even the dude she’s still married to now because she didn’t manage to sign those divorce papers until right before she got on a plane. Then they have this riveting conversation:
Rebecca: So beautiful.
Zied: Yes, so beautiful.
Rebecca: I love you so much.
Zied: I love you so much baby. . Then Rebecca finally spills the beans and says she’s still married, and afterwards shouts inarticulate nonsense about papers and how they’ve both signed. Zied is so pissed after she confesses that he temporarily loses the language. She adds that she’ll have to go back to court one more time, to change her social security number and hair color and trade her time travel ring in for the 2020 upgrade.
“I not want your sorry,” Zied says. “Why you no tell me this before?”
“I don’t know,” Rebecca says, reminding us that emotionally she’s 6 years old.
Zied walks away and takes it out on a bush, unleashing the phrase that I’ll repeat ad nauseam: “So much angry.” He tells all of us at home that he feels like she lied about everything (because she did) and he just wants her to return to the states.
Rebecca tries to get him to talk, but Zied is not having a plural marriage any more than Jeniffer. Then she backs off and says she’s going to be sick. Zied four-wheels on out of there, and it’s the best exit since Ashley’s friend Natalie burned out on a scooter.
Next week, Jeniffer continues her hero turn by flipping off the camera while asking for a different ring, while the Maria/Cesar con returns to inject a not-needed dose of pathological boring. Angela steps out with Michael in natty royal blue attire, and Avery learns that thanks to the travel ban, she has a 5% chance of bringing Omar stateside. Tom produces a box, and Darcey is going to shit in her hand and aim for his eyes if it turns out to be a locket or another fucking appreciation ring.
THANK YOU PATREON SUPPORTERS!
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2019.09.17 00:31 fractalfay Recap repost for those denied: Before the 90 Days, I love my sister cook so much

NOTE: This is a repost of the most recent recap, since it’s showing up as “removed” for some folks. I have no idea why; it doesn’t seem to be deleted. But, here it is.
Yessss Rebecca we are ready for your segment so very much. Zied selects a garment from his ill-fitting t-shirt collection for a day at the market with Rebecca. She is impressed by all this, from the plates of colorful spices, to the exotic olives and hearts on a string. A cat emerges from a spice plate to recommend a recently created pile of toxoplasmosis, and the cameraman hasn’t been this excited since Drascilla planted her diaper on the eggs.
Zied and Rebecca are going to meet Zied’s sister, Wiem, so Rebecca’s trying out her sulk/shame facial expression, because she’s going to need it. Wiem is cooking dishes we need to know more about. Can we take a timeout for some cooking show reporting please? No? Fuck you TLC!
“I love cook my sister so much,” Zied agrees.
Rebecca surrenders the spices to sister Wiem, because the spice must flow, while Zied scurries away to try and find a pair of pants that fits, so he’s gone a long, long time. In his absence Rebecca uses her Time Travel Ring ™ to go all the way back to high school, for this riveting exchange:
Wiem: Why do you love my brother?
Becky, Teen PI: (Looks at fingers) I dunno.
Wiem: Why does my brother have to sacrifice and not you?
Becky: I dunno. My kids, or something?
This somehow gets even worse over dinner, since Wiem smells weakness and likes to sprinkle it over her food before eating. Instead of offering retorts or indifference to Shame Quest, 2019, Rebecca recoils like a kicked dog. Dammit, I hate when people are bullied. Now I’m feeling sorry for her. Okay, fine. I’ve got you, Rebecca.
Wiem: How many times have you been married?
Me: Like, to men? On earth?
Wiem: How many partners have you had?
Me: How many fingers and toes do you have? Like, in your whole family, I mean.
Wiem: They are all bad?
Me: Not like Aladin is in bed, amirite Laura?
Wiem: What is the difference between my brother and your exes?
Me: Are we talking education level or penis size?
Wiem: I’m not convinced of your relationship.
Me: That’s okay, I’m still not convinced David Copperfield made the Statue of Liberty disappear, but it was on TV so I have to believe.
Wiem: Do you know I’m making catty remarks in a language you don’t understand?
Me: Do you know what I’m doing with my hands under the table?
Scene. Thank you, I’m a hit at Thanksgiving.
The next day Rebecca has a big secret to get off her chest, which is 90DF speak for something relatively minor that doesn’t really need to be brought up.
Rebecca: You know how I always ask permission to have a past?
Zied: Sssoooo nice.
Rebecca: And you know how lies are the foundation of any good relationship?
Zied: Sssso sexy.
Rebecca:I love you more than any other English-slithering person half my age.
Zied: I sssee you are ssso perfect.
Rebecca: I don’t want you to have a dramatic reaction, despite the dramatic build up to a dramatic story that I don’t even really have to share, but I need to, cause dramatic.
Zied: You are sssoo beautiful. Yesss. Ssso good.
Rebecca: I had a relationship with a woman. ARE YOU MAD?
Zied: Sssooo nice.
Rebecca: Are you mad now? Now? How bout now?
Zied: Yes, in the past so good.
As Shaun would say, let’s move on. Somewhere there’s a bar named O’Paddy’s Whiskey Tickler with a couple screaming at each other outside, and one of them isn’t wearing a shirt and is fighting a fence, while the other isn’t wearing pants and keeps taking pulls off an invisible beer and crying? Angela is here to explain the fight, because she is in it.
Angela is still angry that Michael failed to recall his full nautical history and renounce every interaction with a female since he left his mother’s body. He attempts to pacify her with a Coke, but if Kendall Jenner taught us anything, it’s that you’ve got to go with Pepsi if you want to make an empty plea for peace.
Angela takes a Darcey perfume bath, while Michael wakes from sleeping in his car with his final shred of dignity. Angela asks a poor defenseless concierge where she can fulfill more American traveler cliches, and she’s directed to an unassuming hair salon up the street. When she leaves the hotel Michael tries to talk to her, which kicks off The Great Chase, best observed with the theme from Beverly Hillbillies playing in the background. He says wait, she says nope; he says he’ll go get the car, she says okay, then bolts the minute his back is turned; he figures this out, but not before she’s out of sight, and it’s unclear which direction she went. This goes on for several minutes, is totally fake, and I still give it an 8 on the 90DF scale.
Inside the salon Angela requests a hairstyle called “white lady in the Caribbean” and tells the shop owner that she’s engaged to a Nigerian man. The shop owner responds, “I married a Nigerian man, too.” Angela misses this joke, which happens when you’re 100% focused on manufactured drama. “Can I unload my problems on you? You’re a stranger, which means you don’t have a restraining order against me yet,” begins Angela’s tale of romantic woe.
Note to folks who work in salons and barbershops: if 90DF calls and asks to plot a scene there, for the love of God, don’t start filming until I get there.
In desperation, Michael decides to run a repeat on the cake apology, so that the storyline can accelerate from Sally Jesse Raphael to Jerry Springer with the security guard Steve.
“I feel like he’s manipulating me with cake,” Angela says, before deciding that half-done hair is best highlighted by a hasty ratty ponytail. The stylist stifles her scream. Then Angela does exactly what you expect her to do, which is pie Michael with a cake. That’s one too many desserts. Move on, Michael. Never trust a woman who wastes baked goods, or fouls a cake with violence.
Over on the other side of crazy, Darcey is heading to Albania to throw her dank vacation away for more reasons to cry. On the way to the airport, Darcy primes Tom about Stacey and Florian: “He proposed to her the first trip, and this is my first trip, sooo OMG IS THAT A PROPOSAL?”
After they land, Stacey sends a text message letting Darcy know she plans to humiliate her. Darcey needs the right shoe for this, so she spreads her luggage out like a sidewalk trunk show. As Tom marvels at the emphasis on footwear for a meal taking place while sitting down, Darcy reminisces on Jesse’s squire haircut, which led to her giving a fuck what her sister thinks. Despite Stacey’s insistence on meeting at a restaurant and not the hotel, Stacey is late, so Tom moves from pink drinks to red, which is an expression of British rage, along with pursing lips and insisting you’re fine.
40 minutes later, around the time most of us would have bounced, Darcey is making apology expressions at Tom when Smug Stacey saunters in with her Albanian boytoy and Darcey’s Thursday outfit. Tom is unimpressed and takes his white gloves off, and is happy to point out that this isn’t Downton Fucking Abbey, and he’s not afraid to, as they say on Love Island, “take the piss.”
He pulls his rage ripcord with: “Don’t mind that I’ve sat here for like nine hours waiting!” Oh wait, that was the passive-aggressive zipline, so I guess this isn’t a Guy Ritchie movie either.
In fairness to Tom, it is customary to apologize when you’re obnoxiously late, but Smug Stacey did that shit on purpose. When you have siblings, you learn that some people are strategists, some rule by brute force, and some play dead. Stacey opts for condescension and blanket manipulation. I kind of admire that in a serial killer.
“Four years ago you started your cute little vision board with all your adorable tries at life, and it’s almost sort of trying to come true. Remember that Prince Charming ambition you had?” says Smug Stacey.
Darcy cries: “Why do you always wrap curses in compliments like a southern lady sipping sweet tea?”
“Bless your heart,” retorts Stacey, sipping her glass of blood.
“Did somebody say southern? TOO MANY WIMMIN, MICHAEL!” Angela, get out of here.
Later, Darcey and Stacey are taking their rivalry all the way to the set of Mean Girls 65: Social Security. Snarling at each other from across the van, Darcy isolates a riveting topic to explore and square their respective mates for battle.
“Would you fight for me,” Darcy purrs at Tom from eighth grade.
“I’ve never fought for a woman,” replies Tom from thrice-divorced 40, his ankle still smarting from his last ass-beating from Darcey.
“Would YOU fight for me?” Smugs Stacy, tapping out the appropriate response in Morse code with a Maleficent nail.
“I would chew a strangers balls before the eye gouge, my love,” responds Florian.
The rivalry van takes them to a lovely spot in Albania: a bridge with some water that was probably painted by Thomas Kincaid. Tom says he understands why Florian thought it was a good place to propose. Big mistake, Tom. You know you can’t say that word when Darcy is within a hundred miles. Lots of other exciting stuff happens, like Darcey and Stacey bitching about each other’s hair, and talking about the plastic surgeon and midlife crisis they have in common.
Stacey: I’m not trying to one-up you when I one up you.
Darcey: Yes you are a one-upper!
Tom: I’m British.
Darcey: Cries.
Florian: It’s good.
Tom: If I pick you up in a manly fashion, can this be over?
Shaun: Let’s move on.
Tim’s manicured eyebrows are back to make us sleepy, as he daydreams about his no-sex baby with Jeniffer. He swears he hasn’t been drunk-doused before, but I think he’s familiar with the cold soak of a rage baptism. His plans for recovering from the drink toss includes meeting Jennifer and Violet on a playground to talk about his Columbian girlfriend punch card. He flashes back to the last girlfriend, when his hair was bleach blonde and his private plane was tiny, and when Sears Portrait Studio still offered the deluxe package with two 8X10s. Jennifer and Tim are both willing to move forward to new portraits, so they proceed to function as a tourism brochure for Columbia, with spectacular views of endless green country, and another opportunity for Jennifer to call Tim a baby. Jennifer considers that they are both broken from the past, and don’t know how to love each other. What’s wisdom doing on this show?
Enter Avery to save us from smart! At the hotel room, Avery’s mom Terri bounces Omar so she can try to find the functioning part of her daughter’s brain. “There’s got to be something in there besides Twilight novels,” Terri prays. But Avery knows that if she doesn’t make this hasty decision, she’ll never find another way to say “bite me” to her mom.
“If he wanted somebody to get a visa, he could have got somebody to get a visa,” Captain Self-Awareness blurts.
“HE DID GET SOMEBODY!” Why fire one shot Terri, when you’re holding an AK-57?
“Well WE don’t have to live in America,” Avery fires back. “Later when I tell you I’m moving to Syria, you’ll think you drove me to this. Ha!”
Terri pushes Avery to consider that Omar’s career as an almost-periodontist will not guarantee safe passage, but Avery won’t stand for all this rational thought in her Sweet Valley High novel. She storms out into the hotel wild and knocks on his door, saying, “Habibi!” This means we’re definitely not going to see him again until next episode.
Avery insists she’s unconcerned by this and would be fine living in Lebanon (which is no longer taking Syrian refugees) or fine living in Malaysia (where Syrian refugees are not welcome) or Dubai (might have a shot with that one). Avery continues to think the “risk” Terri is referencing is that he’s using her, because she did not bring the Google with her in that tiny purse.
Are you wondering about Fake Cesar? Me neither, but the producers need to milk their money’s worth out of this non-plot. Maria is a no-show, and finally ends her ruse relationship via phone call. Fake Cesar displays an impressive level of rehearsed denial, while Fake Maria asserts that she wants out of this plot line. She dismisses his pretend financial sacrifice as his problem, and Cesar tries to reroute towards emotional blackmail. Maria reads the part of the script where she talks about meeting in the next life or something, and Cesar continues his involved relationship with the producers.
In Kenya, Akinyi is crying, because her brother said something bad about Benji. Was it about the laugh? You can tell us if it was about the laugh. After learning Fidel was talking trash, Benji could have gone to Fidel and asked what happened. The direct approach is risky, but standing there like melting butter isn’t exactly working out. “I’ll just accept blame and wait for change,” Ben mumbles, marbles rolling out of his mouth.
Benji retreats to Akinyi’s brother’s house, where he recreates a scene from The Omen, complete with heavily bookmarked hymnal and pasty humans rocking back and forth. Note to Christians: if you choose to rock a hymn alone in your future family’s house, maybe pick something with fewer references to the blood of Jesus.
Akinyi texts him and asks him to meet her downstairs. She is extremely upset, and tells Benji that her brother told her that she brought shame to the family, and that’s why her father didn’t show up. After she’s done talking, he tries to force her to talk more, and like many people who don’t fucking listen, Benji insists that she needs to “learn to communicate better.” There is nothing mysterious about what she communicated. She said: 1.) this happened, and 2.) I am upset, and don’t want to talk about it anymore. If you force another person to talk when they don’t want to, Benji, then YOU have the communication problem. LET’S MOVE ON, SHAUN.
Next week, Darcy is given full clinger status by Tom (which is gleefully celebrated by Stacey), Rebecca’s PI friend cracks the case, Angela continues to pretend to break up with Michael, and Benji fears that Akinyi’s dad has more Holy Spirit than he does.
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2019.09.16 12:17 fractalfay I Love Cook My Sister So Much: a Before the 90 Days Recap

Yessss Rebecca we are ready for your segment so very much. Zied selects a garment from his ill-fitting t-shirt collection for a day at the market with Rebecca. She is impressed by all this, from the plates of colorful spices, to the exotic olives and hearts on a string. A cat emerges from a spice plate to recommend a recently created pile of toxoplasmosis, and the cameraman hasn’t been this excited since Drascilla planted her diaper on the eggs.
Zied and Rebecca are going to meet Zied’s sister, Wiem, so Rebecca’s trying out her sulk/shame facial expression, because she’s going to need it. Wiem is cooking dishes we need to know more about. Can we take a timeout for some cooking show reporting please? No? Fuck you TLC!
“I love cook my sister so much,” Zied agrees.
Rebecca surrenders the spices to sister Wiem, because the spice must flow, while Zied scurries away to try and find a pair of pants that fits, so he’s gone a long, long time. In his absence Rebecca uses her Time Travel Ring ™ to go all the way back to high school, for this riveting exchange:
Wiem: Why do you love my brother?
Becky, Teen PI: (Looks at fingers) I dunno.
Wiem: Why does my brother have to sacrifice and not you?
Becky: I dunno. My kids, or something?
This somehow gets even worse over dinner, since Wiem smells weakness and likes to sprinkle it over her food before eating. Instead of offering retorts or indifference to Shame Quest, 2019, Rebecca recoils like a kicked dog. Dammit, I hate when people are bullied. Now I’m feeling sorry for her. Okay, fine. I’ve got you, Rebecca.
Wiem: How many times have you been married?
Me: Like, to men? On earth?
Wiem: How many partners have you had?
Me: How many fingers and toes do you have? Like, in your whole family, I mean.
Wiem: They are all bad?
Me: Not like Aladin is in bed, amirite Laura?
Wiem: What is the difference between my brother and your exes?
Me: Are we talking education level or penis size?
Wiem: I’m not convinced of your relationship.
Me: That’s okay, I’m still not convinced David Copperfield made the Statue of Liberty disappear, but it was on TV so I have to believe.
Wiem: Do you know I’m making catty remarks in a language you don’t understand?
Me: Do you know what I’m doing with my hands under the table?
Scene. Thank you, I’m a hit at Thanksgiving.
The next day Rebecca has a big secret to get off her chest, which is 90DF speak for something relatively minor that doesn’t really need to be brought up.
Rebecca: You know how I always ask permission to have a past?
Zied: Sssoooo nice.
Rebecca: And you know how lies are the foundation of any good relationship?
Zied: Sssso sexy.
Rebecca:I love you more than any other English-slithering person half my age.
Zied: I sssee you are ssso perfect.
Rebecca: I don’t want you to have a dramatic reaction, despite the dramatic build up to a dramatic story that I don’t even really have to share, but I need to, cause dramatic.
Zied: You are sssoo beautiful. Yesss. Ssso good.
Rebecca: I had a relationship with a woman. ARE YOU MAD?
Zied: Sssooo nice.
Rebecca: Are you mad now? Now? How bout now?
Zied: Yes, in the past so good.
As Shaun would say, let’s move on. Somewhere there’s a bar named O’Paddy’s Whiskey Tickler with a couple screaming at each other outside, and one of them isn’t wearing a shirt and is fighting a fence, while the other isn’t wearing pants and keeps taking pulls off an invisible beer and crying? Angela is here to explain the fight, because she is in it.
Angela is still angry that Michael failed to recall his full nautical history and renounce every interaction with a female since he left his mother’s body. He attempts to pacify her with a Coke, but if Kendall Jenner taught us anything, it’s that you’ve got to go with Pepsi if you want to make an empty plea for peace.
Angela takes a Darcey perfume bath, while Michael wakes from sleeping in his car with his final shred of dignity. Angela asks a poor defenseless concierge where she can fulfill more American traveler cliches, and she’s directed to an unassuming hair salon up the street. When she leaves the hotel Michael tries to talk to her, which kicks off The Great Chase, best observed with the theme from Beverly Hillbillies playing in the background. He says wait, she says nope; he says he’ll go get the car, she says okay, then bolts the minute his back is turned; he figures this out, but not before she’s out of sight, and it’s unclear which direction she went. This goes on for several minutes, is totally fake, and I still give it an 8 on the 90DF scale.
Inside the salon Angela requests a hairstyle called “white lady in the Caribbean” and tells the shop owner that she’s engaged to a Nigerian man. The shop owner responds, “I married a Nigerian man, too.” Angela misses this joke, which happens when you’re 100% focused on manufactured drama. “Can I unload my problems on you? You’re a stranger, which means you don’t have a restraining order against me yet,” begins Angela’s tale of romantic woe.
Note to folks who work in salons and barbershops: if 90DF calls and asks to plot a scene there, for the love of God, don’t start filming until I get there.
In desperation, Michael decides to run a repeat on the cake apology, so that the storyline can accelerate from Sally Jesse Raphael to Jerry Springer with the security guard Steve.
“I feel like he’s manipulating me with cake,” Angela says, before deciding that half-done hair is best highlighted by a hasty ratty ponytail. The stylist stifles her scream. Then Angela does exactly what you expect her to do, which is pie Michael with a cake. That’s one too many desserts. Move on, Michael. Never trust a woman who wastes baked goods, or fouls a cake with violence.
Over on the other side of crazy, Darcey is heading to Albania to throw her dank vacation away for more reasons to cry. On the way to the airport, Darcy primes Tom about Stacey and Florian: “He proposed to her the first trip, and this is my first trip, sooo OMG IS THAT A PROPOSAL?”
After they land, Stacey sends a text message letting Darcy know she plans to humiliate her. Darcey needs the right shoe for this, so she spreads her luggage out like a sidewalk trunk show. As Tom marvels at the emphasis on footwear for a meal taking place while sitting down, Darcy reminisces on Jesse’s squire haircut, which led to her giving a fuck what her sister thinks. Despite Stacey’s insistence on meeting at a restaurant and not the hotel, Stacey is late, so Tom moves from pink drinks to red, which is an expression of British rage, along with pursing lips and insisting you’re fine.
40 minutes later, around the time most of us would have bounced, Darcey is making apology expressions at Tom when Smug Stacey saunters in with her Albanian boytoy and Darcey’s Thursday outfit. Tom is unimpressed and takes his white gloves off, and is happy to point out that this isn’t Downton Fucking Abbey, and he’s not afraid to, as they say on Love Island, “take the piss.”
He pulls his rage ripcord with: “Don’t mind that I’ve sat here for like nine hours waiting!” Oh wait, that was the passive-aggressive zipline, so I guess this isn’t a Guy Ritchie movie either.
In fairness to Tom, it is customary to apologize when you’re obnoxiously late, but Smug Stacey did that shit on purpose. When you have siblings, you learn that some people are strategists, some rule by brute force, and some play dead. Stacey opts for condescension and blanket manipulation. I kind of admire that in a serial killer.
“Four years ago you started your cute little vision board with all your adorable tries at life, and it’s almost sort of trying to come true. Remember that Prince Charming ambition you had?” says Smug Stacey.
Darcy cries: “Why do you always wrap curses in compliments like a southern lady sipping sweet tea?”
“Bless your heart,” retorts Stacey, sipping her glass of blood.
“Did somebody say southern? TOO MANY WIMMIN, MICHAEL!” Angela, get out of here.
Later, Darcey and Stacey are taking their rivalry all the way to the set of Mean Girls 65: Social Security. Snarling at each other from across the van, Darcy isolates a riveting topic to explore and square their respective mates for battle.
“Would you fight for me,” Darcy purrs at Tom from eighth grade.
“I’ve never fought for a woman,” replies Tom from thrice-divorced 40, his ankle still smarting from his last ass-beating from Darcey.
“Would YOU fight for me?” Smugs Stacy, tapping out the appropriate response in Morse code with a Maleficent nail.
“I would chew a strangers balls before the eye gouge, my love,” responds Florian.
The rivalry van takes them to a lovely spot in Albania: a bridge with some water that was probably painted by Thomas Kincaid. Tom says he understands why Florian thought it was a good place to propose. Big mistake, Tom. You know you can’t say that word when Darcy is within a hundred miles.
Lots of other exciting stuff happens, like Darcey and Stacey bitching about each other’s hair, and talking about the plastic surgeon and midlife crisis they have in common.
Stacey: I’m not trying to one-up you when I one up you.
Darcey: Yes you are a one-upper!
Tom: I’m British.
Darcey: Cries.
Florian: It’s good.
Tom: If I pick you up in a manly fashion, can this be over?
Shaun: Let’s move on.
Tim’s manicured eyebrows are back to make us sleepy, as he daydreams about his no-sex baby with Jeniffer. He swears he hasn’t been drunk-doused before, but I think he’s familiar with the cold soak of a rage baptism. His plans for recovering from the drink toss includes meeting Jennifer and Violet on a playground to talk about his Columbian girlfriend punch card. He flashes back to the last girlfriend, when his hair was bleach blonde and his private plane was tiny, and when Sears Portrait Studio still offered the deluxe package with two 8X10s. Jennifer and Tim are both willing to move forward to new portraits, so they proceed to function as a tourism brochure for Columbia, with spectacular views of endless green country, and another opportunity for Jennifer to call Tim a baby. Jennifer considers that they are both broken from the past, and don’t know how to love each other. What’s wisdom doing on this show?
Enter Avery to save us from smart! At the hotel room, Avery’s mom Terri bounces Omar so she can try to find the functioning part of her daughter’s brain. “There’s got to be something in there besides Twilight novels,” Terri prays. But Avery knows that if she doesn’t make this hasty decision, she’ll never find another way to say “bite me” to her mom.
“If he wanted somebody to get a visa, he could have got somebody to get a visa,” Captain Self-Awareness blurts.
“HE DID GET SOMEBODY!” Why fire one shot Terri, when you’re holding an AK-57?
“Well WE don’t have to live in America,” Avery fires back. “Later when I tell you I’m moving to Syria, you’ll think you drove me to this. Ha!”
Terri pushes Avery to consider that Omar’s career as an almost-periodontist will not guarantee safe passage, but Avery won’t stand for all this rational thought in her Sweet Valley High novel. She storms out into the hotel wild and knocks on his door, saying, “Habibi!” This means we’re definitely not going to see him again until next episode.
Avery insists she’s unconcerned by this and would be fine living in Lebanon (which is no longer taking Syrian refugees) or fine living in Malaysia (where Syrian refugees are not welcome) or Dubai (might have a shot with that one). Avery continues to think the “risk” Terri is referencing is that he’s using her, because she did not bring the Google with her in that tiny purse.
Are you wondering about Fake Cesar? Me neither, but the producers need to milk their money’s worth out of this non-plot. Maria is a no-show, and finally ends her ruse relationship via phone call. Fake Cesar displays an impressive level of rehearsed denial, while Fake Maria asserts that she wants out of this plot line. She dismisses his pretend financial sacrifice as his problem, and Cesar tries to reroute towards emotional blackmail. Maria reads the part of the script where she talks about meeting in the next life or something, and Cesar continues his involved relationship with the producers.
In Kenya, Akinyi is crying, because her brother said something bad about Benji. Was it about the laugh? You can tell us if it was about the laugh. After learning Fidel was talking trash, Benji could have gone to Fidel and asked what happened. The direct approach is risky, but standing there like melting butter isn’t exactly working out. “I’ll just accept blame and wait for change,” Ben mumbles, marbles rolling out of his mouth.
Benji retreats to Akinyi’s brother’s house, where he recreates a scene from The Omen, complete with heavily bookmarked hymnal and pasty humans rocking back and forth. Note to Christians: if you choose to rock a hymn alone in your future family’s house, maybe pick something with fewer references to the blood of Jesus.
Akinyi texts him and asks him to meet her downstairs. She is extremely upset, and tells Benji that her brother told her that she brought shame to the family, and that’s why her father didn’t show up. After she’s done talking, he tries to force her to talk more, and like many people who don’t fucking listen, Benji insists that she needs to “learn to communicate better.” There is nothing mysterious about what she communicated. She said: 1.) this happened, and 2.) I am upset, and don’t want to talk about it anymore. If you force another person to talk when they don’t want to, Benji, then YOU have the communication problem. LET’S MOVE ON, SHAUN.
Next week, Darcy is given full clinger status by Tom (which is gleefully celebrated by Stacey), Rebecca’s PI friend cracks the case, Angela continues to pretend to break up with Michael, and Benji fears that Akinyi’s dad has more Holy Spirit than he does.
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2019.03.07 18:15 Amazing-Toy-09 Austin’s Habibi, Visit and Check Out Austin’s Habibi- Your Best Local Partner in Austin Tx Texas Today!

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2018.09.24 20:19 AbdulHDTWITCH Hi I’m AbdulHD, ask me anything!

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2018.07.27 05:33 annadpk Indonesia is a Good Friend in the making For Australia (Hugh White – Australian Strategist)

INTRODUCTION  
Two weeks ago, Hugh White, an Australian strategist, wrote an article for The Australian titled Indonesia is a good friend in the making for Australia. Which is an excerpt from his essay The Jakarta Switch: Why Australia needs to pin its hopes (not fears) on a great and powerful Indonesia from the Australian Foreign Affairs #3, a tri-yearly journal devoted to Australian Foreign Affairs. White also w gave an interview The World on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, here are excerpts from the interview in this article Why a powerful Indonesia could influence Australia's future more than China.
White is a professor at the Australian National University (ANU) and has written a variety of articles and books regarding Australian foreign policy and strategic affairs. To get a better grasp of how White views Australia-Indonesia relations from a regional, as well as a bilateral aspect, I am going to provide a brief breakdown of his views toward the Asia geopolitics, US role in Asia and China-US rivalry based on titles of his books and articles
 
The China Choice: Why America Should Share Power.
America or China? Australia is fooling itself that it doesn't have to choose.
Indonesia and Australia in the Asian Century.
 
In my discussion after the summary I will provide a brief overview of White’s works regarding China-US rivalry in Asia, Australia’s response to it before analyzing his views on Australia-Indonesian relations. The reason why I am writing this, because it is an important and complicated relationship, and there seems to interest in this relationship given the response on this post. Even though I didn’t participate in the post, I felt sorry for the Australian poster, because he spent most of his time trying to educate people. This post takes articles from Hugh White, an Australia’s strategist, and his view of Australia-Indonesia relations, and background and analysis.
 
NOTE: For those who have difficultly accessing the article in the Australian, you can view it in the The Jakarta Switch: Why Australia needs to pin its hopes (not fears) on a great and powerful Indonesia
 
SUMMARY
 
White’s begins by projecting that if Indonesia continues to grow at 5-6% a year, it will have an economy 3 times larger than Australia by 2030, and be the 4th largest economy in the world by 2050, only behind China, US and India. This isn’t the first time, White has used this projection to start an article about Indonesia, he used it in a essay in 2013 titled Rethinking Indonesia. He argues that Indonesia will eventually become more important to Australia than China, based on a combination of size of economy and proximity. However, at the moment, is drifting even though its economy is propelling it forward.
Here, then, is the paradox of Indonesia’s position in Asia today: economic growth is driving it towards a position of political and economic influence that it seems both uninterested in and incapable of exploiting. While, some Australian believe Indonesia’s disinterest and inability to exert its influence, and is understandable, given that since its independence Australians have more to fear from Indonesia than hope, ranging from its bloody war of independence, the anti-Communist purges, take over West Papua, invasion of East Timor and the post-Suharto upheaval and chaos. However, despite these events, the risk has been remote.
 
For most in Australia, Indonesia hasn’t been as a strategic asset, largely because of the strategic leadership of the US in Asia, however, some have long understood Indonesia importance.
As the Dibb Review, a survey of Australia’s defense capacities, put it back in 1986, Indonesia “forms a protective barrier to Australia’s northern approaches”; the review emphasized our shared interest in keeping our neighborhood “free from interference by potentially hostile external powers”.
Indonesia is the only close neighbor that is strong enough to pose a threat to Australia, but the only neighbor strong enough to help Australia resist a adversary.
Just as our closeness with Indonesia gives us many reasons or pretexts to be enemies, it also gives as many reasons to become allies. And this means that Indonesia’s growing power can be both good and bad news for Australia, making it both a more valuable potential ally and a more dangerous potential adversary.
As the US relative position weakens, and China strength grows, Australia’s foreign policy challenge is to manage China’s power and influence, and to prevent it from threatening Australia. Indonesia, while has the potential to be a threat, has the potential to be Australia’s most valuable strategic ally.
 
ANALYSIS AND CRITIQUE
 
I am going to start by providing broad background on White views on China-US relations and Australia’s relations with the two powers, before exploring why Indonesia is important to Australia in more depth, as well as the need to overcome mental roadblocks particularly on the Australian side.
 
BETWEEN CHINA AND THE US: TOWARD A MORE INDEPENDENT AUSTRALIA
 
In his book “The China Choice: Why America Should Share Power” written in 2013, White argues that the US has 3 choices.
Essentially, America has three options. It can resist China’s challenge and try to preserve the status quo in Asia. It can step back from its dominant role in Asia, leaving China to attempt to establish hegemony. Or it can remain in Asia on a new basis, allowing China a larger role but also maintaining a strong presence of its own. For White, the best option for the world as a whole is the third option. Now what does the third option look like? Well Paul Keating, former Prime Minister of Australia, describes what it looks like, during the book’s launch in 2013. In the presentation, Keating describes, the US and other regional partners balancing China much like the concert of Europe established after 1815.
 
However, recently White has reached the conclusion that the US has chosen option 2, and is stepping back from Asia, and Australia has to be prepared. During this interview for Bloomberg “What Happens when China Eclipses America”, he argues that the US role in Asia will eventually be reduced to that of Europeans, with no strategic role, but still having significant economic interest in Asia
America will have to engage economically within the terms set by a regional strategic order led by others -- presumably by China. That won’t be ideal for America, but it would be better than the alternative, if the alternative is to confront China in a bitter all-out contest for regional leadership in which China enjoys many asymmetric advantages. A contest like that would most likely be much more damaging to America economically than accepting the rules in Asia as set by China.
White’s argument that Australia needs a more independent policy foreign policy, seeing improving relations with Indonesia as important step. White argues that it is long overdue, since for many years Australian policy makers thought that as Hugh White in his article in Nov 27, 2017 titled “America or China? Australia is fooling itself that it doesn't have to choose”
It is certainly true that Australia doesn’t want to choose between America and China. Our whole vision of Australia’s future assumes that we can avoid such a choice, so that we can keep relying on China to make us rich while America keeps us safe. But in recent years, as the rivalry has escalated, we have more and more faced important choices about when to support America and when to stay on the sidelines
Furthermore, he talks about increasing Australia’s military capability, even to the extent of getting nuclear weapons, and forging relations with India, Japan and middle powers like Indonesia and Vietnam.
 
THE IMPORTANCE OF INDONESIA
 
In this section I will elaborate on some of White’s points, and bring up some new points with reference to White previous works.
 
Firstly, White’s in his argument about the growth in the Indonesian economy and how it translates to into influence, doesn’t go into detail why Indonesian influence is so weak, and why it will continue to be weak even as the economy grows. He doesn’t go into reasons why Indonesia has been unwilling/unable to exert its influence, beyond generalities, its important to discuss factors. Indonesia’s inability / unwillingness to exert influence isn’t just due to the monetary factors, but the following 1) More concern with secessionism and terrorism 2) Dominance of the Javanese in the government / elite 3) Lack of development in the outer islands
 
However, this is slowly changing, first is the buildup of the Indonesian/Airforce, and rotating the Chief of Staff across the Navy, Airforce and Army. Prior to 1998, it was only the Army. The second is the Indonesian military is orientating itself for external threats, rather than internal ones, and you see this in redistribution of Indonesia’s ship and fighters from Java to the outer islands. The third factor is the growing importance in terms of population and economy of the outer islands. The fourth factor is with democratization, the outer islands have much more of a say in terms of government spending. Under Suharto, most of the governors were retired Generals, mostly Javanese, whereas now they are directly elected.
 
That being said, since 1998, even more so than before, Indonesia has taken an even more low profile in international relations than before. First, this the economic crisis of 1998 have made Indonesian politicians and public conservative about spending, particularly grandiose projects.. Secondly, the mood of the Indonesian public is reflected in the leaders they choose, post-1998 Indonesian societal values are petty bourgeois, and Joko Widodo, the current Indonesian president exemplifies that, before entering politics, he was a small furniture exporter, selling furniture to middle class Europeans and East Asians. Even the previous President Susilo Bambang Yudahayono, an ex-general, came from a petty bourgeois background, his father was a low ranking civil servant.
 
The second point which White does talk about is the importance of Indonesia as a buffer, and the fulcrum state of Maritime SEA. Now, White only seems to view Indonesia as a shield against formal threats from East Asia, ie Japan in the Second World War or current day China. But Indonesia and the rest of Maritime SEA absorbs refugees from China and Mainland Southeast Asia for almost 150 years. Indonesia, as well as the rest of SEA, took in millions of Ethnic Chinese migrants escaping turmoil in China from the 1850-1949, it took in hundreds of thousands of boat people, many of them ethnic Chinese, from 1975-1995, not to mention Rohingya and other migrants...White does hint at it, in his piece “Rethinking Indonesia” Indonesia’s important because its the fulcrum state of Maritime SEA. During the Cold War, the fear among Western planners was Indonesia was on the verge of becoming Communist, and that would imperil the survival of both Singapore and Malaysia, and threaten Australia. In the current situation, given Australia’s dependency economically on China (much greater than Indonesia’s dependency on China), White says its almost impossible for Australia not to side with China if Indonesia was to do so.
 
MISTRUST AND FEAR: INDONESIA-AUSTRALIAN RELATIONS
 
In his previous works, White talks about perceptions and feelings that cloud Indonesia-Australian relations. I would summarize it as Indonesian mistrust of Australia, and Australian fear of Indonesia. I will give a brief overview of these two aspects, with excerpts taken from White’s essays and those by other writers In his writing about Indonesia, In his works about Indonesia-Australian relations. White argues the need for Australians to look at Australia’s national interest when looking at relations with Indonesia. Indonesia is viewed as scary by many Australians, its size and specific incidents like Konfrontasi (Confrontation) in the 1960s and Bali Bombings. In the first incident, it isn’t isolated to Australia, but is the main driving factor for Singapore and Malaysia’s fear of Indonesia. Fear of Indonesia is disconnected from ideology. In 1960s, Australians were scared of Indonesia becoming Communist, now they fear Indonesia will become a Caliphate in Southeast Asia.
 
Indonesian Mistrust
 
The Indonesian media and people don’t spend a lot of time in foreign affairs, and the countries that Indonesians tend to have the most contact with are Singapore and Malaysia. In general, the Indonesian public has a favorable opinion of Australia.
The recent survey by research firm EY Sweeney on behalf of the Australia-Indonesia Centre (AIC) shows 74% of Indonesian respondents feel they have good or moderate understanding of Australia. Additionally, 87% feel favourable towards Australia.
Unlike Singapore and Malaysia, Indonesian require a visa to travel to Australia and most couldn’t afford to travel there. The negative feeling Indonesian policy makers have of Australia is mistrust of Australia, that Australia wants to split Indonesia. Remarking about the previous Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhayono speech in Australia, White comments,
Rarely, if ever, has a visiting leader spoken so frankly, or delivered a message so important, and yet we have completely ignored it. SBY was not trying to provoke us. He wanted to warn us that Indonesians do not trust Australia because they think it supports separatism, which threatens their country. In particular, he was warning us that West Papua is a source of trouble.
These ill feelings were lingering impact of Australia’s role in East Timor as White argues
Many Indonesians now deplore the violence in East Timor and welcome its independence, but nevertheless they resent Australia’s role in the crisis, and regard us still with unease and suspicion. Australia claims the credit for having “liberated” East Timor, when it was Indonesia’s President BJ Habibie who took both the decisions and the risks.
In my view most Indonesians suspicion of Australia has less to do with Australian actions during East Timor transition to independence, but the treatment of East Timor in recent years ranging from bugging their Cabinet room raid on the East Timor’s lawyer office in Australia. It just confirms that Australia intentions toward East Timor wasn’t human rights or independence, but about Sunrise. This has most likely result in Indonesians taken a more negative attitude toward Australia media outlets when the issue of West Papua is raised.
 
Australian Fear
 
According to a study by Australia-Indonesia Centre (AIC) “only 53% of Australian respondents feel they have good or moderate knowledge about Indonesia. Only 43% of Australians feel favorable towards Indonesia.” Even though its not stated in Australia Defense White Paper, White argues with authority, since he was an author of an Australian Defense White Paper that
Since the 1970s, Australia’s armed forces have been primarily designed to defend against the kind of pinprick raids on our territory that are all Indonesia’s military could manage. Indeed, behind the diplomatic evasions, the government’s 2013 defense White Paper, released in May, makes clear this is still the ADF’s priority.
According to White, Australian politicians don’t make it any easier, by viewing Australia-Indonesian relations in transactional terms, and being pushed by the media. What I hear a lot among Australians is that Indonesians are emotional and overreact, but the reality is Indonesians are usually reacting to outrage by Australian. As White argues
In reality, Canberra deals with Jakarta only when it must. Sometimes there is valuable co-operation on important questions – as there was on terrorism after the Bali bombings. More often, though, our diplomacy degenerates into a series of edgy and fractious transactions in which, at best, Australian demands aimed at deflecting domestic political pressure over issues like people smuggling, live-cattle exports and tourists in trouble are met by Indonesia’s resentful acquiescence.
Only 27% of Australian view Indonesia as a democracy. As a result, Indonesia is often treated worse by Australia than say a country Vietnam. Here is a article in New Mandala titled Beef and Prejudice
However these two cases, while objectively similar, had very different responses by the Australian public and government. In 2011 the release of the story led to public outrage and a ban on the live export trade to Indonesia by the Minister for Agriculture. In 2015, no such response has occurred, While important, the response (or lack of it) doesn’t highlight issues of ethical practice in slaughterhouses and of Australia’s live export trade. Rather, it shows the different ways both issues were perceived in Australia. One is a tale of public outrage, of diplomatic fallout, of policy change. The other is a tale of an issue which barely made a blip on our collective radars.
Australian politicians can get away with this, because Indonesia’s economic ties with Australia are weak, and there are only about 60,000 Indonesians resident in Australia.
 
HUGH WHITE’S RATIONALIZATION
 
While White argues that a stronger Indonesia has the potential to become a threat to Australia, White argue a case that Indonesia is a valuable partner by making the case that cooperating with Indonesia is in the best interest of Australia., because of its importance as a barrier, and this will only become more important as US withdrawal from Asia continues. Indonesia’s strength could enhance Australia security
This is what Paul Keating had in mind when he tried to create a strategic alliance with Indonesia by signing the ‘Agreement on Maintaining Security’ in 1995. It didn’t survive the East Timor crisis, because ultimately neither country was ready to view the other as an ally, and we are further still from that position today. Geography, however, offers promise. Any external threat to Indonesia would pose a major threat to Australia, too, and vice versa. This makes Indonesia a much more natural ally than Japan, for example. How sure are we that we would always want to go to Japan’s aid if it was attacked? How sure are we that they would come to ours? Japan’s values might be closer to ours than Indonesia’s, but its strategic interests are not. He further adds that
In the nearly 70 years of its existence, Indonesia has never shown any aggression towards [Australia, nor has it tried to intervene in Australia’s internal affairs or in our conduct towards other neighbours https://www.themonthly.com.au/issue/2013/june/1370181600/hugh-white/rethinking-indonesia White’s concluding remarks are that as Indonesia grows, Australia should place greater emphasis on the overall Indonesia-Australia relations, than issue like Indonesia human rights record, as Indonesia grows stronger.
For example, Australia will have to weigh the value of human rights in West Papua against the value of peaceful and co-operative relations with Indonesia. We are apt to be shocked by the suggestion that we should make such choices, but that is only because Australia has become used to seeing itself as stronger than Indonesia. .
 
WHY WHITE IS WRONG ABOUT INDONESIA AND HUMAN RIGHT
 
Unlike White, I don’t think it is realistic to refrain from commenting on West Papua or Indonesian domestic politics, as Indonesia becomes more powerful, in fact I think there will be more criticism as Indonesia grows stronger relative to Australia. While the Indonesian government doesn’t like outside criticism of human rights in Indonesia, some in Indonesia are just as critical about government policies in Papua for example. The problem with Australia median and Papua, is the Indonesians think Australians have ulterior motives, which they don’t accuse other Westerners of having. The Indonesians would listen to New Zealand regarding West Papua, because they don’t have ulterior motives.
 
As Indonesia grows richer and more connected with the outside world, the human rights situation has improved immeasurably. In 1965, 500,000 people were killed across Indonesia within a period of 6 months, in Bali 5% of the population was wiped out in two months. The West didn’t know, and didn’t want to know, because it happened in the countryside. As the Indonesian government builds more roads into the Papuan interior, there will be more clashes with separatist, more human rights abuses, but they will reported both inside and outside Indonesia, and there will be more criticism.
 
White largely looks at Indonesia’s geographic situation from an Australian, great power perspective (China and United States). However, with the exception of East Timor, all of Indonesia’s neighbors are former British/American colonies with large English media outlets, you have Singapore, Malaysia, Australia, Philippines and Papua New Guinea. Media in each of these countries have their own pet causes when it comes to Indonesia, for the Singaporean and Malaysian Chinese language media its ethnic Chinese in Indonesia, English press in Malaysia its Indonesian illegals working in Malaysia and treatment of ethnic Chinese in Indonesia, PNG its Papua, Australia its Christians and Papua. The world’s perceptions of Indonesia are shaped by how her smaller neighbors perceive Indonesia. How many other non-English speaking countries in the world face so an English media onslaught from her neighbors.
 
In addition, because the Indonesian media, both print and TV, is largely controlled by Chinese Indonesian, Christian Indonesians and Secular Muslim Indonesians who are friendly to minorities, attacks on Chinese or Christian Indonesians even minor ones are reported in both the local English or Indonesian language press. Imagine a media landscape where Fox News was only 1/10 its size in the US. If you are conservative Muslim you can air your voice on mainstream Indonesian media, but mainstream media sharing your views is limited to 1-2 minor stations and handful of small newspapers Even here the bias is more Washington Time s than Fox News. Not to mention Indonesia’s largest bookstore chain, Gramedia, is controlled by a Javanese Catholic family,, who also owns the largest national newspaper, Kompas.. If Muslims want their fix of hardline Islamist literature they have to go independent bookstores.
 
White is a classical “realpolitik” strategic thinker, while attempts to break away from this way of thinking, his training prevent him from doing so. The concept of appealing to values such as self-determination and human rights shouldn’t be underestimated. In 1949, the Indonesian Republicans won independence from the Dutch, largely because they convinced the United States to stop aid to the Dutch and native allies, even though militarily had defeated them in their last remaining strongholds. In 1998-99,the Indonesian President, BJ Habibie decided to do a referendum for East Timor, one reason was the constant diplomatic pressure by East Timorese leadership in exile and Portugal. Because of this, the Indonesians couldn’t get at the oil in the Timor Gap, so they were stuck with a worthless piece of real estate. David Kilcullen, a former Australian Army Officer (Lt. Colonel Army Reserve), and counter insurgency expert did his PhD thesis comparing the Indonesia Army’s Operations in West Java in 1950s against the Darul Islam Insurgency and its operations in East Timor. The key difference was the international and diplomatic element of East Timor. The Australian government was seriously deluded to think they could roughshod East Timor over Sunrise, and get away with it.
 
CONCLUSION
 
I wrote this article, because there isn’t a lot on Australia or Indonesia, and I personally feel there is too much event driven discussions. I only touched upon some of the Australian misunderstanding of Indonesia, which I will talk about in another post if I have time. The misunderstanding isn’t so much cultural, because Malaysian misconceptions of Indonesia are even worse than Australians, a lot of it has to do with viewing Indonesia through events, than trying to build a picture, much like the parable with the Elephant and the blind men. Rather one should take a step back and look at the bigger picture.
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2018.03.22 22:01 sageandonion What is Dubai like compared to 2-3 years ago?

Hey all,
I've been offered a really appealing job with a good firm in Dubai, where I used to live (and moderate this sub as one of your benign subreddit Sheikhs) until 2015. I'm currently discussing moving back with my partner, but I am wondering what has changed in the time I've been gone. I'm aware of the tax/cost of living increases, but what about life in general there? Has it progressed much since I've been gone? Have they added 500 new salik gates? Have they finished building anything? Has Dubai gotten worse or better?
Thanks for helping! I still miss the wonderful city with all its ups and downs, and it would be great to be able to pragmatically judge whether I should come back!
Shukran habibis x
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2017.09.16 00:55 Bashuheil4ever plamen1234Xgeopolanalyst fanfic: The geopolitical AN*L-iser

For context
I feel like there is a lack of homoerotic fanfiction on this sub. The following story is loosely adapted from an already existing one.
Modkhabarat, feel free to take this down if it is too haram.
"Geopolanalyst..." Plamen1234 whispered, reaching up and tugging on his arm. "I want you to illegally occupy my border post". The geopolitical expert chuckled and nodded, twirling his finger around. Plamen1234 got the signal immediately and did as instructed, turning to face the opposite way after stripping himself of the remaining articles of clothing he had on his body. His Assad Did Nothing Wrong™ shirt had long since been thrown elsewhere.
Geopolanalyst grinned. He had always secretly liked being in control, to be able to violate the sovereignty of any male he wanted. To enter their borders in direct violation of international law was his darkest, kinkiest fetish, and this was made even more exciting by the fact that Plamen1234 was Dr Nooo’s husband. He grinned and placed two of his “TOW missiles” into Plamen1234’s undefended border crossing, finding little resistance. Plamen1234 had very clearly been flirting with him and VGP (aka the real MVP and probably a member of the SSNP) for weeks. Everyone at the office knew it, but Dr Nooo, oblivious of his husband’s intentions, had decided to leave early that day. He was one of his favourite posters, and Geopolanalyst almost felt guilty as he watched Plamen accept his invasion and retreat his hips troops, begging for more without the use of words. He slowly pushed a third into him, and Plamen1234's body fully collapsed on the desk from the waves of pleasure that crashed and washed over him. Not even Suheil had succeeded in bringing him to such depths during their sessions. "D-do it already, Geopolanalyst...y-you know I can't wait any longer!" Plamen1234 screamed into the otherwise vacant Reddit Mukhabarat shitposting office bathroom inside his paramour’s prison/torture complex fancy apartment in Damascus. The feeling had overcome him, and he couldn't take it anymore... “I want to be invaded, G-geopolanalyst! I-I don’t… care anymore about my oil wells and… gasp... strategic hills…”
Geopolanalyst grinned widely and pulled his troops out of his lover’s border gate before waiting for him to adjust. "Ready? 'Cause once I start...I'm not stopping 'til the Syrian tricolor flies over every town in the country again from Maarat al-Nu’man to Ras al-Ayn." Plamen1234 nodded sheepishly; and within mere moments, Geopolanalyst had plunged his large Kalibr missile into his partner. He began slowly patrolling the outernmost parts of his lover’s territory at a mediocre pace as he waited for what seemed like an eternity for Plamen1234 to get used to his presence.
"Geopolanalyst...invade me. Don't play games." As soon as the last word fluttered off of Plamen1234's soft, pale lips, Geopolanalyst was off, quickly land-grabbing, penetrating deep into his territories. Once he was well positioned, he found the perfect angle for his mortar’s barrel and began pounding his most strategic hill with utmost precision, drawing loud moans of pleasure from Plamen’s mouth. "Shh... someone might still be around... calm down a little," Geopolanalyst grunted as he continued his pounding, getting carried away, blushing a light shade of red as he edged closer to… "F-Fuck, I'm gonna…". Geopolanalyst bombed Plamen1234, unable to finish his sentence. He closed his eyes, relaxed his tense muscles and pulled out. He retrieved his shirt from the floor just as the door slammed open.
“Wait…!”
On the door stood Dr. Noooo, his body dark against the light that flooded the corridor behind him and drew a long, threatening shadow on the room’s floor, his mouth just barely open in an expression of mild surprise. He was looking at Plamen, still bent over the desk, eyes wide in fear, and at the white substance that was slowly spreading around the point where Geopolanalyst had bombed him.
“I-I can explain everything habibi…”. Dr Nooo turned his gaze to Geopolanalyst. “T-this is just a false flag! It wasn’t me! I only do these things during my break, between 11:30 and 12:30”. Dr. Noooo closed the door. “You are one of my favourite posters! We should at least have a UN led impartial investigation!”- Geopolanalyst screamed, trying to avoid the inevitable.
But it was too late.
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