Russian warships set sail to Mediterranean amid possible Syria evacuation

Dec 18, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Russia Taday

Russia's three warships do not plan to stop at Syria port of Tartus, but may do so if they need to resupply, Russia's Ministry of Defense said.

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<quoted text>You hate Germans....!!
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I Hte most anglo saxons.

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Sure Ruskie drunk already?
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I'm teetotal, you moron.

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Dimitri100 wrote:
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I'm teetotal, you moron.
You really are in trouble with yourself then.

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Dimitri100 wrote:
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Your name??? which one jackass,
you've got so many, your names surpass the number of posters on the forum.
Jackassgeorge is a real jackass. Hehehehe.
Lets see now,Dimwit 100 and Lies 23 .
It's not hard to see the connection,how many more do you portray ?

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Lets see now,Dimwit 100 and Lies 23 .
It's not hard to see the connection,how many more do you portray ?
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If jackassneville thinks I'm someone else,

then he thinks bollocks.

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Dimitri100 wrote:
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If jackassneville thinks I'm someone else,
then he thinks bollocks.
You must be bollocks then as well
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You must be bollocks then as well
Poor Dimitri had a tragic accident as a kid after he swallowed the glass eye that had fallen off his teddy bear, it was never recovered and sadly his vision has become 3D which his miniscopic brain is unable to cope with.

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Ghetoboy and jackassneville are the same idiot, talking bollocks, what a moron.Hehehehe.
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Rtloder wrote:
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Of course very natural one whopping big meteor, probably bigger than half our whole planet is coming from the south, and exactly at the same time the little baby comes from the north and gives my friend Putin a shake of his hand. And not only that a spectacular rainbow glows on my prayer mat.
Still you might know and I might not, let's hear you explain the difference between mysticism and an act of God before I put any trust in you. Hopeless that's what you are and Demoted too I mean Demetry he hehe
bollocks ..
1) Mysticismnis the pursuit of communion with, identity with, or conscious awareness of an ultimate reality, divinity, spiritual truth, or God through direct experience, intuition, instinct or insight. Mysticism usually centers on practices intended to nurture those experiences. Mysticism may be dualistic, maintaining a distinction between the self and the divine.

2) Act of God is a term for events outside of human control, such as sudden floods or other natural disasters, for which no one can be held responsible.

3) Trust meter, didn't know you had one?
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Getogrips wrote:
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Poor Dimitri had a tragic accident as a kid after he swallowed the glass eye that had fallen off his teddy bear, it was never recovered and sadly his vision has become 3D which his miniscopic brain is unable to cope with.
Maybe thats why he idolizes Assad, he wants him as his optomitrist.
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Jay wrote:
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1) Mysticismnis the pursuit of communion with, identity with, or conscious awareness of an ultimate reality, divinity, spiritual truth, or God through direct experience, intuition, instinct or insight. Mysticism usually centers on practices intended to nurture those experiences. Mysticism may be dualistic, maintaining a distinction between the self and the divine.
2) Act of God is a term for events outside of human control, such as sudden floods or other natural disasters, for which no one can be held responsible.
3) Trust meter, didn't know you had one?
Your understanding is flawed in the need you pronounce as normal.!!, to promote challenging issues into the too hard basket because trust and faith come from the same place, namely your assumption that an Act of God is independent of man.
Entirely wrong and I can prove where you went into grievous error.
1. A Soothsayer is a charlatan, "now" didn't used to be "then", cheated out of a job by
practical application, and they didn't go quietly or easily.
Everybody fulfills every qualification that you defined "mysticism" to entail so the soothsayer should never have been done out of a job. Explaining why you took up the profession.
Trust is not faith, I trusted my wife to the demise of my life, but I never had faith, I was simply desperate.
Everything you say is wrong you should be banned from the internet.
Finally if an Act of God were independent of man Religion would be forgotten, and it is not forgotten you described it perfectly as mysticism.

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Getogrips wrote:
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Poor Dimitri had a tragic accident as a kid after he swallowed the glass eye that had fallen off his teddy bear, it was never recovered and sadly his vision has become 3D which his miniscopic brain is unable to cope with.
Poor little Dimwit craves coming on here just so it can say the word bollocks all the time.
Must be hard not knowing much else.

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Rtloder wrote:
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Your understanding is flawed in the need you pronounce as normal.!!, to promote challenging issues into the too hard basket because trust and faith come from the same place, namely your assumption that an Act of God is independent of man.
Entirely wrong and I can prove where you went into grievous error.
1. A Soothsayer is a charlatan, "now" didn't used to be "then", cheated out of a job by
practical application, and they didn't go quietly or easily.
Everybody fulfills every qualification that you defined "mysticism" to entail so the soothsayer should never have been done out of a job. Explaining why you took up the profession.
Trust is not faith, I trusted my wife to the demise of my life, but I never had faith, I was simply desperate.
Everything you say is wrong you should be banned from the internet.
Finally if an Act of God were independent of man Religion would be forgotten, and it is not forgotten you described it perfectly as mysticism.
I assume religion commenced when mankind could not understand their existance so they have been praying ever since their time began because they fear their unknown destiny so they do what we term religion to look as though they are loyal to god to avert what they think god will do next as an act of god .
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Neville Thompson wrote:
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I assume religion commenced when mankind could not understand their existance so they have been praying ever since their time began because they fear their unknown destiny so they do what we term religion to look as though they are loyal to god to avert what they think god will do next as an act of god .
Years ago you would have assumed correctly, but a Theologists today wont get
very far talking about when time began, the debate is now focused on when, and more so, how Reality came into being, most people accept Reality Created Existence
as a reversal of perception, brought about because subjective reality had exhausted its capacity for accumulation of concepts.
Time began with the movement of particles as an expression of that relationship determined by the speed of displacement in terms of distance.
Obviously the people your referring to are the persons of Space, Fate and Allah as that's all there there were at the time.
They had some idea of their destiny because the dialogue of the (p)particle was enjoined to the prophecy, predestination or as we know it to be religion.
Yes Loyalty will always be a question to be answered in Heaven since the Random betrayed his commission and was consumed by Allah. Which is why the real people that you speak of fear God. Symbiosis is the real reason the debate moved on.
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Rtloder wrote:
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Your understanding is flawed in the need you pronounce as normal.!!, to promote challenging issues into the too hard basket because trust and faith come from the same place, namely your assumption that an Act of God is independent of man.
Entirely wrong and I can prove where you went into grievous error.
1. A Soothsayer is a charlatan, "now" didn't used to be "then", cheated out of a job by
practical application, and they didn't go quietly or easily.
Everybody fulfills every qualification that you defined "mysticism" to entail so the soothsayer should never have been done out of a job. Explaining why you took up the profession.
Trust is not faith, I trusted my wife to the demise of my life, but I never had faith, I was simply desperate.
Everything you say is wrong you should be banned from the internet.
Finally if an Act of God were independent of man Religion would be forgotten, and it is not forgotten you described it perfectly as mysticism.
I took your bait and answered your question. The way I did it was by copy and paste of definitions, because as a deep question and the fact I don't really know you this exposes your mind set when all I simply did was define your words with dictionary definition the fact you disagree and fight the status quo definition is obvious your seeking drama and conflict.( banned from the Internet? Is that like firing the first shot or pulling a sword out on someone? I see why your wife cheated on you and left you, hug your computer a little tighter bud )
Personally I didn't smoke a big joint and contemplate mysticism... You did. An meteorite strikes the earth ooooh, my goodness... Check any cities museums you'll find thousands of them its not god or whoever you believe in tossing a football rock to earth or strange historic relevance it's simply the fact we are a spec of dust in universe so large it's beyond human comprehension. PS. Travel outside of Australia your accents get you laid in North America easy... Somehow women here have a uncanny attraction to the crocodile Dundee types! Don't get all philosophical on me now, just answered your question and gave you feed back. Cheers.
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Avenger wrote:
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Your silly speeches are a joke Chrisy from the jungle.
But you always be a champion coconut tree climber back in your little village.
Avenger from the Cage, good that you take everything you do not understand with a good humour.

Are your keepers giving you enough of bananas to keep your wits going?

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Chris wrote:
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Avenger from the Cage, good that you take everything you do not understand with a good humour.
Are your keepers giving you enough of bananas to keep your wits going?
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I bet he's ugly too, most descendents of neanderthals are. Hehehehe
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Chris wrote:
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Avenger from the Cage, good that you take everything you do not understand with a good humour.
Are your keepers giving you enough of bananas to keep your wits going?
Go back to your obedience classes and come back when you graduate or at least pass your English exam.
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Dimitri100 wrote:
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I bet he's ugly too, most descendents of neanderthals are. Hehehehe
Good to see you found a friend. As your hostile nature seems to have found common ground with a Muslim. Intriguing the bed fellows you keep.
.... What have you done with Romanov?

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