>>21223 Actually I should call them Highlanders as we call the area between today's Poland and Hungary Highlands. But what you asked is how I refer to Sl*vakians, tho you probably joked with the confusability of Slovenians and Northern Hungarians.
>>21224 so while you'e waging war for galicia, slovakians were drinking behind the empire egs de. Actually slovakia is one of the few states in central europe that we dont have problems with, mainly because they are newly emerging. I can't imagine rule under austria-macaristan wouldnt be so bad considering they gave lots of freedoms to minorities.
The boiling meat burned itself I'm not happy of the results. Now the house smells like shit and the meat will be given to the dogs. Good thing is, when going to the meatshop to buy steaks (because the thing that was boiling got its water evaporated), my complete overboard thinking on the ruined meal allowed me to talk to a nice looking girl. But still, the meat is completely ruined. My mother was supposed to eat that. Talk here about ocurrances in your life, good, bad and memetic
I'm in not so good city for a youngling, and I feel extremely bored. My only recent excitement comes from I'm applying for erasmus, so I can break my routine. Everyone says go to poland but I dont want and still not decided.
Also I want to learn german since all of my family knows but I'm too slothful and can't focus anything more than 15 minutes. Thank you/dyakuyu/spasiba/danke schön for reading my blog.
Dear Diary. This week is horrible. I don't sleep enough due staying up late, and I'm tired mentally all the time. Was at the dentist for root canal treatment and I'm going tomorrow as well and maybe next week. At least next week I've nothing else to do just my own stuff. I hope it will snow as a pal of mine asked if I'm hiking sometimes. Also finally caught the rat yesterday which evaded the traps for an entire month. Luckily there's no other just this one. And it was kinda small. Once I found a ded one, that was a fucking beast compared to this.
>spare every coin jokes on you I dont have any coin. father has but he is cautious about it since it can fuck me up for rest of my life. also I need to get braces as well but I dont want to be weird guy with braces in his early-mid 20's.
Oh, the proxy company and tender trick. Here it is so common so no one cares. Almost every real thing in Russia controlled by some small unknown company registered in Cyprus or somewhere. Even Yandex is technically registered in Netherlands.
These companies mostly unnoticed in news, but sometimes they suddenly appear, like, when famous Yukos (big oil company of Khodorkovsky) was bought by small company that was registered two weeks before auction, had 10k roubles as registered capital (300$) and had office in empty flat. Those company was bought by Rosneft few months later for those 10k roubles. Such business.
About tenders - government official wrote their requirements so precious so only one company may win (and this is company related to these officials, or just pays them money). There were few scandals when someone discovered that some words in tenders on official site have latin letters instead of cyrillic to hide tender from search.
Although there is a chance that random third party can win, of course, but only in some restricted cases. Some people from government who tried to do everything without cheating then complained that tender participants often cheat on them, putting very low bid and providing bad quality goods/services. Law forces to use lowest bid that has fulfills the requirements, but it is hard to really check if everything is all right until tender is finished.
>Apparently the Hungarian Football Federation has urgent need for motivational presents in these years. Hand exercise balls, key rings, medals, they need it in the number of ten thousands and this lucky company won the tenders... as sole applicant. For example in 2019 they have to deliver hundred thousand medals for the sum of 400 000 €.
Considering that all these things are always made in China nowadays, there is no need to do anything except transferring request and money to some Chinese factory. Only tender thing is suspicious.
>>21136 Other influencing factor with these tenders and applications (not sure what's the correct term) the low level of entrepreneurship. Here it's certainly true and would bet it's similar in Russia. For one side the people don't have the spirit, the motivation to make own businesses, on the other our laws impedes enterprises with all the rules and requirements, also fucking taxation doesn't help. So very few to apply for the possibilities and monies these tenders offer. Then politicians say fuck it we pocket this dough, noone would ask for it anyway. Right now they grant non-refundable 40K € for small enterprises in small settlements, basically villages, what do other stuff than producing agricultural goods. I stumbled into this on the internetz by accident, ofc I don't represent the target audience (for starters where I live isn't fit the village category sadly) but how those people they want to reach can know about this? Frankly from 40K € one could make a small webdev business or graphics studio for example and even could make up some "false" expenses and use the money otherwise. One don't need a PC for this which costs thousands of dollars, would need internet what is relatively cheap, so most of the money could go for renovating the house (the home of the poor webdev) where the "company" is located or buying a small used car to roam around with it when necessary. Some people are just love to move to the countryside, especially creative ones little bit hippie style, this kinda opportunity would fit them.
At 13:00 today a man entered Campinas Metropolitan Cathedral. Once Mass ended, he rose up from his seat, pulled out a pistol and opened fire, making around 20 shots and killing 4 people and wounding another 4. He then reloaded his weapon and ran towards the side exits, but cops entered the cathedral from all sides and shot him. Wounded in the ribs, he fell to the ground and proceeded to kill himself with a shot to the head.
The shooter has been identified as Euler Fernando Grandolpho. He was 49 years old, unemployed since 2015, very reclusive and had never been to the cathedral before. He had another weapon at the time, but did not use it. His motivations are still under investigation.
>>21178 I just thought it was a particularly kc tier statement, since Stallman uses DDG and all. Most /g/ tinfoil autists will call it a botnet though because of Amazon servers and the guy in charge being a Jew.
>>21185 Somewhat of a /g/ autist here. Aside from being a jew, Amazon servers and tracking cookies (as well as teaming up with Yahoo) Gabriel Weinberg literally owned the Names Database before starting DDG. Very suspicious of him to start a search engine for privacy.
>>21185 Stallman uses duckduckgo? He doesn't even uses a mail client or whatever. I don't think he really want to search anything on the searchable webz.
>>21188 >Very suspicious of him to start a search engine for privacy. Maybe his experience with private data motivates him to support privacy.
Most search engines are a little gimped anyway. Beside DDG I use searx.me but if I want to find anything Hungarain I'm forced to use Google because others just inadequate. I think it's the same with every other nation. I heard yandex has good image search or something.
Personally I use Startpage but the DDG bangs function is pretty cool. Caring too much about tracking by international governments seems futile though, since every machine is backdoored at the hardware level these days. Unless you're using an old Thinkpad or something. But I can understand wanting to give as little data as possible away to companies. >>21191 >Stallman uses duckduckgo? He doesn't even uses a mail client or whatever. I don't think he really want to search anything on the searchable webz. According to his website he does: >For searching, I have mostly used DuckDuckGo for the past few years. It does work with JS disabled, but you have to follow a link before you search. >I also sometimes use ixquick.com. My usual precautions should stop them from knowing it is me.