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  1. #24325
    Just depends who your friends are. Or were.

    Moderate is another way to say filter. These boards are in no way a venue for free speech.

    Some of the no no's we may understand, some we may not. I find this board, ISG, to be a little more loose. On "the other board" I was banned for not sure what. My hypothesis is that I was banging a chica who fell off the radar and while I was in real world face to face contact with those other moderators, for varios reasons, I didn't want to share. Although, I was never given a reason why I was banned, at this point it really doesn't matter / water under the bridge. I just know that I can't delete any of my previous posts and it seems to me like the moderators were a bit gossipy in exactly the way the rules state not to share info about the forum with outsiders. It is what it is.

    Quote Originally Posted by Quagmire1974  [View Original Post]
    That's the nice thing about being an unmoderated member of ISG. You can clog up the forums with chit chat about the metric system and your comments will be instantly posted. For moderated members like myself, we have to keep our fingers crossed that our comments will even be posted. I've personally had two comments that were not posted over the past 18 hours and they were direct responses to what other ISG members had written. In another forum, I saw an entire phone number posted with no redactions or infractions given, from what I could tell. It would be nice if the rules of ISG were enforced equally instead of whatever mood the moderators were in that day.

  2. #24324

    This belongs in the Chit Chat Thread

    This Thread Reports is for information about getting laid in Medellin.

    http://www.internationalsexguide.inf...it-Chat-Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Eszpresszo  [View Original Post]
    Having traveled Europe extensively since the late 70's, and having lived in Germany and the UK as a private citizen, I do have to agree with the OP. Most Europeans are not competent in any other language other than their own mother tongue and English. While the information in your link does present a different picture, the ideology the EU presents doesn't jib much with reality.

    Its true that children are given a multi-lingual education in Europe but that doesn't seem to amount to any amount of foreign language competency in the absence of serious interest. Its not unlike Canada, where Anglophones outside of Quebec learn French in school. Yet I have never met a Canadian from outside Quebec who could speak French, nor wanted to speak French. Whenever I ask them if they can speak French, they seem to think its a odd question. If you are an Anglophone Canadian and you are reading this, maybe you can clarify this.

    One thing I have learned about Europeans, based on 4 decades of exposure to them, is they typically don't like their neighbors and aren't too interested in learning their lingo. Dutch speak English as if it is their second native language but make funny faces if you ask them if they understand German or French. Germans are also very good at English, but they absolutely no interest in learning any of the the languages of their Eastern neighbors. In fact, they seem puzzled when I tell them I've visited Eastern Europe, a place they overwhelmingly regard with distaste. There is even a German beer called Moravia, but some Germans I met had no clue that Moravia was a historical nation of the Austrian Empire and the Eastern Half of the Czech Republic. I explained the German name to the region, "Maehren", but they had never heard of that, either. To them it was just the name of a beer. I've met Germans who spoke good Spanish and Italian. But that is because they liked to holiday in Spain and Italy, so it became expedient to learn those languages.

    Further east during the Cold War, students in Central Europe had to learn Russian. Yet at the conclusion of the Cold War, they all forgot how to speak it. I found out it was a joke among the Czechs about how they couldn't remember a word of Russian. Every one of them I met has said, "I learned Russian in school, but I forgot all of it ". Russians who were living in the Baltic found themselves in a difficult situation after the breakup of the Soviet Union. Where Russian was once the only official language spoken, the indigenous languages suddenly became the de facto language, enforced by the new Nationalist regimes. Suddenly, these transplant Russians found themselves in a foreign country where they didn't speak the language.

    English is popular, because of its placement in pop culture. Pop culture and English langauge media is a good teacher. My ex-wife and her daughter are ethnic Hungarians from Western Romania. Now there is a truly bi-lingual group of people, the "Erdelyi" (Transylvanians). Both had some compulsory English classes in school. But both assert that they truly learned to English on TV, not in the classroom. English is the most practical second language to know and its considered "cool" to be knowledgeable in English and a sign of sophistication to be fluent in it. They see German as a mere practicality for people who want to live and work in Germany. But there is no "cool" factor to German, despite its importance in economic situations. Germans seem to agree to some extent. Notice how German pop artists tend to sing in English? Note how the Scorpions sing all their songs in English. When the Scorpions covered a Hungarian, classic rock song ("Gyngyhaj Lany" by the group Omega) they translated the lyrics into English and gave it the title "White Dove" though the original song title means "Pearl-haired Girl". English, not German or Hungarian, is the expedient language for pop music and people who listen to pop music are often compelled to learn a bit of English. And I sense that many Europeans seem to feel if they know decent English, they don't need to bother learning anything else. And us monoglots in the Anglosphere came to the same conclusion. Personally, all I learned after living with two Hungarian females for 13 years is how to curse in their mother tongue.

  3. #24323

    In reality, the opposite is true. . . The US system is easier for the average Joe.

    The metric system is based, as I understand it, on the abstract numbers derived from the size of the globe by French crazies during the French Revolution:

    "What's a meter? It was originally set equal to one ten-millionth of the length of a longitudinal meridian between the equator and the North Pole. Go ahead, try to picture that in your mind's eye. Or don't bother, because the definition completely changed in 1960 when the meter instead took its basis from the wavelength of krypton-86 radiation. Far easier to grasp. But hold on! It changed yet again in 1983, and now it's the length of the path traveled by light in a vacuum during a time interval of 1/299,792,458 of a second. Makes you want to stretch your arm out from your sternum (A Yard) and call it a day. . ."

    The US system is very easy: Want to measure roughly a inch? Use the length of your thumb. Want to measure a yard? It is roughly the distance between your sternum and the end of your finger. . . Want to measure roughly 5 feet? Walk 5 paces toe to heel. In short, the old measurement system in the USA is portable and based on human measurements. The metric system was based on abstract concepts beyond the use of the average Joe. America has the right system and doesn't need to change. Lift a "pint" of beer and rejoice!

    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    The gain economically speaking is that metric's system of 10's is much easier than the BS that we use. And for a population as lazy as we are it should have been welcomed with open arms.

  4. #24322

    RE: A week and a half of arguments and homocide reports.

    Quote Originally Posted by IguanaSix  [View Original Post]
    This thread has been a real downer lately.

    I don't see the value in arguments about the metric system, but an analysis of the death is fairly useful.
    That's the nice thing about being an unmoderated member of ISG. You can clog up the forums with chit chat about the metric system and your comments will be instantly posted. For moderated members like myself, we have to keep our fingers crossed that our comments will even be posted. I've personally had two comments that were not posted over the past 18 hours and they were direct responses to what other ISG members had written. In another forum, I saw an entire phone number posted with no redactions or infractions given, from what I could tell. It would be nice if the rules of ISG were enforced equally instead of whatever mood the moderators were in that day.

  5. #24321

    Funny!!

    Jajajajjajajajaa!!

    Quote Originally Posted by YippieKayay  [View Original Post]
    Right. Worked out great in this video:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EZSx3zNZOaU

  6. #24320
    Quote Originally Posted by Chesscat  [View Original Post]
    I would not pick up a women in Parque Lleras, that's just me, I avoid the high-charging super pros. But if I did, I'd like to try the old drink reversal. Let her order her drink first, then order the same thing. When the drink arrives go to the bathroom. Upon returning, insist on swapping drinks, telling her it's an old custom in my country. Think that would work?
    Right. Worked out great in this video:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EZSx3zNZOaU

  7. #24319
    He got slipped a mickey. The specific substance is, in my opinion, not as important as the event. It's very good advice to stay aware of who handles your food and drink. It helps to see these reminders regularly.

    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    Huh? The article clearly says "Los reportes mdicos confirmaron que en el cuerpo del sobreviviente haba rastros de un medicamento utilizado como sedante o para el tratamiento de convulsiones y epilepsias. Suministrado en altas dosis, esa sustancia es mortal." So unless scopolamine is used to treat epilepsy...

  8. #24318
    Quote Originally Posted by Chesscat  [View Original Post]
    I would not pick up a women in Parque Lleras, that's just me, I avoid the high-charging super pros. But if I did, I'd like to try the old drink reversal. Let her order her drink first, then order the same thing. When the drink arrives go to the bathroom. Upon returning, insist on swapping drinks, telling her it's an old custom in my country. Think that would work?
    I just order something in a sealed bottle and then don't let it out of your sight. I also try to avoid chicks who want to drug & rob me. LOL.

  9. #24317
    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    Huh? The article clearly says "Los reportes mdicos confirmaron que en el cuerpo del sobreviviente haba rastros de un medicamento utilizado como sedante o para el tratamiento de convulsiones y epilepsias. Suministrado en altas dosis, esa sustancia es mortal." So unless scopolamine is used to treat epilepsy...
    Which is why I said "sounds like" instead of "is like". Same MO either way, slip them a micky and then clean them out. Just sounds like maybe they gave them too much. Most likely a overdose of phenobarbital which is used for epilepsy. (other choices are phenytoin, carbamazepine and valproate).

  10. #24316

    Wary

    I would not pick up a women in Parque Lleras, that's just me, I avoid the high-charging super pros. But if I did, I'd like to try the old drink reversal. Let her order her drink first, then order the same thing. When the drink arrives go to the bathroom. Upon returning, insist on swapping drinks, telling her it's an old custom in my country. Think that would work?

    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    Huh? The article clearly says "Los reportes mdicos confirmaron que en el cuerpo del sobreviviente haba rastros de un medicamento utilizado como sedante o para el tratamiento de convulsiones y epilepsias. Suministrado en altas dosis, esa sustancia es mortal." So unless scopolamine is used to treat epilepsy...

  11. #24315
    Quote Originally Posted by Wolf662  [View Original Post]
    Sounds like a scopolamine heist with a darker ending then most, might have given them too much.

    "Cuban engineer died after being drugged in a bar in Parque Lleras".
    Huh? The article clearly says "Los reportes médicos confirmaron que en el cuerpo del sobreviviente había rastros de un medicamento utilizado como sedante o para el tratamiento de convulsiones y epilepsias. Suministrado en altas dosis, esa sustancia es mortal." So unless scopolamine is used to treat epilepsy...

  12. #24314
    Sounds like a scopolamine heist with a darker ending then most, might have given them too much.

    "Cuban engineer died after being drugged in a bar in Parque Lleras".

    See, just keep out of that dangerous part of town! LOL.

    While more crime happens in Centro, more crime to foreigners happens in Poblado and Laureles because that's where the foreigners are.

  13. #24313
    If you notice, poster Shoo Bree is a senior member but his posts don't appear right away. That means he is on moderation for previous bad behavior. He just sent me a PM which stated in part:

    'it pleases me to know that you will be dead soon. '.

    Probably, but also he accused me of voting for Trump and that is truly hilarious.

    We can get back to pussy now.

  14. #24312

    Add another

    Quote Originally Posted by IguanaSix  [View Original Post]
    This thread has been a real downer lately.

    I don't see the value in arguments about the metric system, but an analysis of the death is fairly useful.
    http://m.elcolombiano.com/antioquia/...llin-CN7834567

  15. #24311

    A week and a half of arguments and homocide reports.

    This thread has been a real downer lately.

    I don't see the value in arguments about the metric system, but an analysis of the death is fairly useful.

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