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Astana, Kazakhstan

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girl: deeper!!!!



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Anonymous asked: You see the reason why us Americans expect you guys to care about shit that's happening in our country is because we always care and come to your guys' aid whenever you need it. Try to return the fucking favor for once?


Do you want to know who is partially responsible for wars in Middle East? Do you want to know who trained Al-Qaeda and gave them weapons? You know who gave weapons to most of the terrorists in Middle East? Do you know who we have to thanks for extremism in Middle East on so high level? America. Americans trained and gave weapons to Al-Qaeda and Al-Qaeda-like so they would fight russians. And when russians retreated they started to fight americans. What a surprise. People who makes decisions don’t understand culture they try to “help”. You think that when you will defeat one, two, three dictators in Middle East American democracy will prevail. Somebody who barely knows how to read Koran won’t magically think that woman is equal. 

And I’m sorry but for the record, USA didn’t win WW2. So please refrain from making yourselves seem like you’re all the time fighting for other countries. Somebody said in earlier ask that it’s not usa job to save everyone. It’s not. But USA acts like that. World was doing fine long long before USA came to life. 

And you what’s the real reason? That most of the americans don’t care about anything that isn’t america. 

  • World: Why are you attacking Ukraine?
  • Putin: Wha... Oh, no those soldiers are just on vacation. Yes, vacation.





Some are dark skinned


Some are light skinned


Some are big and some are small


Some look ‘complete’ and other might not be quite there


But no matter what

If you put them together


And blend them up



They taste pretty darn good

I’m getting you professional help. 

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Serbia 2010

'Ovo Je Balkan' (This Is The Balkans), performed by Milan Stankovic.
Composer: Goran Bregović, Marina Tucaković, Ljiljanna Jorgovanović. Lyrics: Goran Bregović.

Now that’s how to do an infectious chorus. I can’t help stop when it comes on, and it’s so easy to freestyle some moves around the staccato refrain on the dancefloor. It should come as no surprise this continues to be popular at the Euroclub.

On the night it felt a bit lacking. Stankovic’s look harks back to early David Bowie and is a ‘safe’ look, even if it is classed as weird. The trapped dolls from ‘Chitty Chitty Bang Bang' on the pedastals are a little harder to explain.

It’s a bit thin on the night audio wise as well. This needs a wall of sound, because the Balkans are huge. It just doesn’t sound that way with the live vocals and a backing tape lacking in oomph.

A good memorable song that didn’t deliver all the potential points, but did comfortably sit in the Top Ten and remain in the hearts of Eurovision fans the world over. That’s a success in my book.

Semi final - Points: 79. Placing: 5th.
Grand Final - Points; 72. Placing: 13th.