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Wahnsinn: Cem Özdemir nimmt den Helikopter von Stuttgart Flughafen zum Hbf, da ihm der Zug zu lange braucht.
"Die für 2012 geplante Konferenz zur Einrichtung einer Zone von Massenvernichtungswaffen im Nahen Osten ist eine große Chance für Frieden und Sicherheit in dieser Region."
DAD: Why do I use soap?
DAD: Because the soap grabs the dirt and lets the water wash it off.
DAD: Why does the soap grab the dirt?
DAD: Because soap is a surfactant.
DAD: Why is soap a surfactant?
DAD: That is an EXCELLENT question. Soap is a surfactant because it forms water-soluble micelles that trap the otherwise insoluble dirt and oil particles.
DAD: Why does soap form micelles?
DAD: Soap molecules are long chains with a polar, hydrophilic head and a non-polar, hydrophobic tail. Can you say ‘hydrophilic’?
The components of such an agreement have been fairly constant over the past 16 years, first confirmed in 1994 by the United States and Kim Il-sung, then the North Korean leader, and repeated by a multilateral agreement negotiated in September 2005.
Es ist bedauerlich, dass Präsident Ahmadinedschad sich so verirrt hat, denn die Anschuldigungen sind natürlich abwegig, sie sind auch zugleich verletzend.
„Da täuschen mich auch rhetorische Verirrungen und geschmacklose Entgleisungen nicht darüber hinweg.“
- Moral: because we believe no person or group has the right to initiate force against another.
- Pragmatic: Freedom works.
- Utilitarian: Freedom produces the greatest good for the greatest number.
- Self-Interest: Freedom benefits you. It's in your self-interest.
- Altruistic: Freedom benefits others.
- Big Government Doesn't Work. Freedom does.
- Personal Responsibility: Freedom rewards personal responsibility and punishes irresponsibility.
- Choice: freedom maximizes choice. In fact, freedom is choice.
- Prosperity: Economic freedom creates prosperity.
- Tolerance: the free, competitive marketplace makes bigotry and prejudice very expensive. And very widely known.
Weltweite Armut in 20 Jahren gesunken von 41 auf 20%. Bei rasant gestiegener Bevölkerung. Allerdings nur da, wo an der Globalisierung teilgenommen wird. Wie wäre es, wenn unsere Globalisierungsgegner umschulen auf Korruptionsgegner, Religionsbekämpfer oder Diktaturkritiker?
[T]he people who attacked us celebrate Ramadan, therefore anyone who celebrates Ramadan must have attacked us.
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The irony, of course, is that Venezuela is doing to itself what the United States has been trying to do to North Korea for years (and re-emphasized in the past few months) -- denying access to luxury goods for the elites.
Castro's message to Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the President of Iran, was not so abstract, however. Over the course of this first, five-hour discussion, Castro repeatedly returned to his excoriation of anti-Semitism. He criticized Ahmadinejad for denying the Holocaust and explained why the Iranian government would better serve the cause of peace by acknowledging the "unique" history of anti-Semitism and trying to understand why Israelis fear for their existence.
The movie's plot is simple: A 40-year old layabout named Juan finds a zombie floating in the water while fishing off the coast of Havana. The zombie attacks but Juan makes a narrow escape, only to find that the undead are all over the city. State-run media blames the whole thing on government opponents backed by Cuba's archenemies in Washington, but Juan knows better — and comes up with a plan.
For centuries, Afghan men have taken boys, roughly 9 to 15 years old, as lovers. Some research suggests that half the Pashtun tribal members in Kandahar and other southern towns are bacha baz, the term for an older man with a boy lover. Literally it means "boy player."
In Kandahar, population about 500,000, and other towns, dance parties are a popular, often weekly, pastime. Young boys dress up as girls, wearing makeup and bells on their feet, and dance for a dozen or more leering middle-aged men who throw money at them and then take them home.
"How can you fall in love if you can't see her face," 29-year-old Mohammed Daud told reporters. "We can see the boys, so we can tell which are beautiful."