How I spent my summer.

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Woke up late afternoon. Opened Twitter, flipped the ribbon, in Bulk, Baronova, Varlamov, Belanova, Germline and Ukrainian euroblogger made chetye retweet and five likes. Then I started Facebook, read fresh posts Shenderovich, Arkady Babchenko and Anton Gerashchenko, likno seven posts, repostnul Sasha Sotnik. Brewed fresh espresso, croissants and immediately posted it to my instagram. Wearing (and not wearing!) fashionable sweatshirt and jeans with podvorotni jacket with bow tie and checkered shirt, did the obligatory selfie, which also quickly posted to instagram. Got fifteen likes on a photo with espresso in the morning is definitely a success. Took out of the closet your gyrometer and stick for selfie with fan. Combed beard and mustache, and began to choose what shoes to wear oxfords or desert boots. Eventually settled on the sneakers – they fit perfectly to my chinos. Before leaving do not forget to smear sunscreen so as not to burn in the sun. In the Elevator not without lifelike, which was immediately posted in indiagram. It certainly wasn’t fair, but on the threshold of her house, checked in at foursquare.



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About cold-blooded human rights activist (addition)

Comrade @Sommerman seriously complements the image of a juvenile human rights activist Maria Yarmush that promoted vile laws 953369 and 953398, discriminating social category of “close friends” in the case of beating (see previous post)

About the nature of advocates Yarmush and juvenile at all. In 2010 defended the American for the mistreatment of a Russian child. pic.twitter.com/33yFmAD5Hy
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Revolt in Turkey: first impressions


It so happened that the acute phase of the coup, I watched Twitter (and some people). The corner of his eye caught breaking news in the tape, and then went to bed, until it became clear that the coup breaks. That is, in my estimation, everything was decided about eleven Friday night, two Saturday night (Moscow time), July 16.
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Apostles


Today the Church commemorates the Apostles Peter and Paul. When I went to the service, it occurred to me that Peter and Paul were so different in their natures. Peter is always the first to respond to the words of the Savior, and consequently, quality cannot always lift the burden on their forces. And Paul, sober and very consistent in their deeds and words. Not to say that fire and flame, but all totally different in temperament people.
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Warrior, sage, lover: Jews and medieval ideals of masculinity

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Lecture Seeds the Paris philologist and historian Galina Zelenina “Warrior, sage, lover: Jews and medieval ideals of masculinity” (20.12.2015). The materials of the lectures are available on the website of the “Eshkolot”: http://eshkolot.ru/event/40433



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Warrior, sage, lover: Jews and medieval ideals of masculinity

Original taken from philologist to the Warrior, sage, lover: Jews and medieval ideals of masculinity

Lecture Seeds the Paris philologist and historian Galina Zelenina “Warrior, sage, lover: Jews and medieval ideals of masculinity” (20.12.2015). The materials of the lectures are available on the website of the “Eshkolot”: http://eshkolot.ru/event/40433



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