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Re: The Struggle For Ukraine
« Reply #1900 on: May 06, 2022, 09:21:10 AM »
The garrison tries to buy some food from Amazon.
Their credit cards are denied due to the sanctions.
They have started a campaign on the Internet to gather some help.
If you are interested write me on PM

Why can't they get the food left over in the freezers of the Moskva ship?
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Re: The Struggle For Ukraine
« Reply #1901 on: May 06, 2022, 09:26:42 AM »
Why would I want to help invaders whose military is executing civilians, raping women and children, and stealing anything not cemented to the ground? 

Let them surrender and be traded for POWs. At least they will have done something useful.
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Re: The Struggle For Ukraine
« Reply #1902 on: May 06, 2022, 09:50:49 AM »
Why would I want to help invaders whose military is executing civilians, raping women and children, and stealing anything not cemented to the ground? 

Let them surrender and be traded for POWs. At least they will have done something useful.

I think (hope) Pat was being funny.
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Re: The Struggle For Ukraine
« Reply #1903 on: May 06, 2022, 10:35:29 AM »
people "on the spectrum" sometimes have difficulty detecting humor, because they tend to interpret things literally, don't they BO?

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Re: The Struggle For Ukraine
« Reply #1904 on: May 06, 2022, 11:14:21 AM »
I think (hope) Pat was being funny.
Yep, true.
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Re: The Struggle For Ukraine
« Reply #1905 on: May 06, 2022, 11:59:10 AM »
people "on the spectrum" sometimes have difficulty detecting humor, because they tend to interpret things literally, don't they BO?


I am not on the spectrum.  I learned in my career that it was better to take people literally, and keep my opinions on nuance to myself.
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Re: The Struggle For Ukraine
« Reply #1906 on: May 06, 2022, 12:43:33 PM »
"I learned in my career that it was better to take people literally, and keep my opinions on nuance to myself."


convenient choice of career then...
but I think you were aware of this BEFORE you started your career
what else are you afraid of?
besides snakes
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Re: The Struggle For Ukraine
« Reply #1907 on: May 06, 2022, 12:51:08 PM »
I wouldn't be afraid of being on the spectrum, were I. 

BTW, I am not afraid of snakes.  We only have harmless garter snakes here, and to be honest, I've never seen one.  I had no problem picking up frogs as a child, even though I wasn't a tomboy.

I do fear rats, I don't know why.  We also don't have rats here.

Career wise, I don't take it as my job to negotiate a deal, only the legal terms to make it happen in accordance with the client's wishes.  I will advise clients if I think their terms are too generous, or if I believe they won't get paid/face problems down the line.  But it's not my money or my risk.  I will tell them what I would do, but also that it's their money/their risk.  I have only once not followed a client's instruction because it was so "out there".  I ended up saving him $600,000, so he was happy at the end of the day.
After the fall of communism, the biggest mistake Boris Yeltsin's regime made was not to disband the KGB altogether. Instead it changed its name to the FSB and, to many observers, morphed into a gangster organisation, eventually headed by master criminal Vladimir Putin. - Gerard Batten

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Re: The Struggle For Ukraine
« Reply #1908 on: May 06, 2022, 01:06:47 PM »
"I wouldn't be afraid of being on the spectrum, were I"

"advocats" shouldn't end sentences with dangling particples...
there are Trump voters here on this board who'd be incapable of filling in the "missing piece" and would become confused by it...

ha,ha my writing criticism was just a joke to - pfffftttt! there it goes!!!

correct way to write for Trump Voters

1. tell 'em what you're gonna tell 'em
2. tell it to 'em
3. tell 'em what ya told 'em
4. repeat...

most women's fear of snakes is due to their phallic shape
women think the snakes are gonna go after their vulnerable "VJJs"
that's ridiculous!  just female insecurity!





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Re: The Struggle For Ukraine - Limited Mobilization
« Reply #1909 on: May 06, 2022, 06:59:36 PM »
Russia is beginning to activate Army Reservists
Russia has almost 1 million total reservists
probably will do oblast by oblast while inching closer to Moscow
could easy pick up a couple of hundred thousand to match Ukraine's mobilization of 300,000
without doing an exhaustive call-up of reservists
and still no general call-up, university deferments until age 27

war will enter new phase this summer with reservists vrs reservists
Biden willsign the new lend-lease act with Ukraine on May 9!!!
US weapons factories will 3 work 3 shifts per day after that


All War!
All The Time!

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Re: The Struggle For Ukraine
« Reply #1910 on: May 07, 2022, 03:09:57 AM »
With just the 2 yearly conscriptions and the martial law, they can send 250000 soldiers to the front.
I am not sure that the President of the Russian Federation wants to make such a political move.
Of course, the siloviki could consider that the Russian population is enough brainwashed thanks to the hysterical propaganda andthere is no risk. 
That is the official version. 
 
Privately most of the soldiers will quickly discover the truth on the front and their morale will get low very soon.
In this struggle, the numerical advantage cannot overcome trained troops with high morale.
There is a cascade psychological effect that hasn't still provoked the entire collapse of the front but you never know when it happens.
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Re: The Struggle For Ukraine
« Reply #1911 on: May 07, 2022, 07:29:03 AM »
We know from history, that when “the economy” faces a major decline, that having a large pool of “unhappy veterans” is usually a “trouble spot”

in the 90s, Chechen veterans became mafia “soldati” for better pay with the Tambov Clan!
In the 20s, who will hire veterans of the Ukrainian Special Military Operation and Exercise in Cultural Learnings…?
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Re: The Struggle For Ukraine
« Reply #1912 on: May 07, 2022, 09:33:53 AM »
Israel is providing Spike missiles to Ukraine through Baltic State intermediaries
Spike is a generation ahead of Javelin, has ELOS mode

Ukraine also has “unapproved” help from Israelis in the field of Plutonium reprocessing

Ukraine’s nuclear reactors produce enough Plutonium to make 1 fission bomb per day

Israel also has a company worth of high-end soldiers in Ukraine, who are busy taking notes while directly engaging the Russian Army!
(to help deal with Iranians later!)

Ukrainan nukes will be delivered by Tractors driven across the border to Russia
so everyone will have time to take cover

Civil Defense announcement will tell 'ya how many days it'll be before the tractor gets near 'ya
just enough time to do a quick panic buy and  take cover

of course, there will be false alarms, from some local farmer plowing his field being mistakenly identified as a Ukrainain nuclear attack
folks, don't forget your Iodine tablets
I bought mine on Amazon and shipped them to my children, just in case...

and like the wise Confucious once said:

"eat contaminated food,
and sh*t happens"




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Re: The Struggle For Ukraine
« Reply #1913 on: May 07, 2022, 12:19:07 PM »
This us an article about a “pro Russian” politician, and how Russia miscalculated. I have provided a share token, if you click on the article.

http://archive.ph/2022.05.07-102623/http://www.nytimes.com/2022/05/07/world/europe/russia-putin-ukraine-politicians.html
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Re: The Struggle For Ukraine
« Reply #1914 on: May 07, 2022, 12:25:46 PM »
everyone loves treason
but everyone hates a traitor

Pied Piper of War

play a song, so the young will march to their graves cheerfully
play your magic melody

so, the next stage of the war is “the mobilization phase”
Ukraine is going to raise 300,000

Russia’s number is unclear, it could be from 300,000 to 800,000

as long as the West can keep Ukrainian troops better equipped
than Russia can equip Russian troops
Ukraine stands a chance of surviving the war of attrition that is on it’s way…

as both sides start “bleeding each other”
the side that passes out first, loses…
the side with the most brass knuckles, nun-chucks, nosh and britva will be the one standing

there are no troops who are more motivated than those whose families are in shelters behind their lines
The full industrial might of the USA will be behind them when Biden signs the first "Lend Lease" Bill since WWII, it will be signed on Victory Day, how ya like them apples, Putin?
oh and add UK, Netherlands, Canada,  Denmark, France, Iceland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Germany, Albania, Bulgaria, Austria
Croatia, Cze4ch Republic, Greece, Turkey, Slovakia, Slovenia, and more...
all shipping their weapons inventories to Ukraine
and several other countries "unofficially" shipping weapons

they WILL NEVER be able to taske Odesa
Russians shoud put fresh sunflower seeds in their pockets when they come to Ukraine

If I were a young Russian dewd, I'd get my PHD first, THEN join the military as an OFFICER!, very likely I'd go GRU
and then either be an English/Russian translator or analyst of some kind, might even be able to wear civilian clothing most of the time!!
make "all kind" of "killer connections"
so for smart dewds, military service in Russia is pretty easy, it's only dumbphuques from provinces who end up as canon fodder



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Re: The Struggle For Ukraine
« Reply #1915 on: May 08, 2022, 01:24:48 AM »















If I were a young Russian dewd, I'd get my PHD first, THEN join the military as an OFFICER!, very likely I'd go GRU
and then either be an English/Russian translator or analyst of some kind, might even be able to wear civilian clothing most of the time!!
make "all kind" of "killer connections"
so for smart dewds, military service in Russia is pretty easy, it's only dumbphuques from provinces who end up as canon fodder


Do the dumbphuques  include Generals,Fighter and Helicopter Pilots too ?


Plenty of  those Orcs ending up as cannon fodder in Ukraine too  >:D
Just saying it like it is.

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Re: The Struggle For Ukraine
« Reply #1916 on: May 08, 2022, 04:20:13 AM »
Dear Friends,
If you like top-notch military information, I would recommend you:
http://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone
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Re: The Struggle For Ukraine
« Reply #1917 on: May 08, 2022, 07:32:13 AM »
"Do the dumbphuques  include Generals,Fighter and Helicopter Pilots too ?"

Hell yes!
and they are a small fraction of total casualties, under 1% combined

I'm just sayin, that if you're "smart" you can still do your military service, and come out in one piece
and end up with some pretty damn good stories to tell your children and grandchildren
it all depends on your test scores especially in mechanics and electronics sections

I worked as an enlisted man on radars in the American and Israeli Armies, and was never, ever in harm's way
if I were Russian, I'd have gotten my education FIRST, and used my college deferment
THEN gone into a technical branch like the GRU, as a FREAKING OFFICER!!

hardest part of this for me, was "Basic Training" in the summer
Israeli was the worst, ran all the time, practiced "water discipline" and was thirsty ALL THE TIME
after "Basic" it's just months of sitting in a classroom, studying trouble shooting theory and periodic testing, but maintaining "full military discipline" marching, saluting morning fall-ins easy, peasy
I worked in heated, air conditioned buildings
and could do WTF I wanted to after 6 PM

a young, baby faced soldier like me, wearing his uniform in public, could only go about 10 minutes before some MILF would approach me
they ALL wanted to MOTHER ME and smother me with their ample bosums!!!
Oh man, I freakin LOVED IT!
at age 18, I became a "nipple man", nipples were my acquired preference
loved rolling them around under my tongue
I didn't need Ukraine AT ALL, back when I was "white and fluffy"

In Russia YOU ARE YOUR NETWORK
starting out young in some network like the GRU
is a stepping stone to better networks
it's even better if you're young and married
but even single, out of all the connections you make
there will be at least 3 or 4, that will connect you "to some bizness" opportunity


for all the ladies...
here's a pic of me as a teenage soldier
 
PS, you can only criticize "my look" if you supply your own picture of your 18 yr old self
no pic, no criticism




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Re: The Struggle For Ukraine
« Reply #1918 on: May 08, 2022, 06:35:39 PM »
Krimster, ML, all,

I need help to exchange usd or sgd currency for rubles. I'm unable to physically go to Russia at the moment for legal reasons. Practically, I will require someone trustworthy who has a ruble bank account in Russia. I send you usd to your usd bank account, then my girl receives ruble from your ruble bank account. The amount wouldn't be much, maybe ~70,000 rub for this operation.

My girl has been struggling financially in Russia and I need to send her some money to help her cover at least some expenditures the next couple of months. This is exacerbated by the fact that both her mom and pop have seen their incomes dry up spectacularly, particularly mom, the breadwinner who has been forced by her employer to take holidays as her employer's factory runs out of parts (literally furlough).

It's another long story why I haven't brought her out of Russia after all this time. In case anyone's wondering, yes it's the same girl all these years and yes I don't normally send her money. Fully appreciate anyone who can viably lend a hand.
Sincerely,
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Re: The Struggle For Ukraine
« Reply #1919 on: May 08, 2022, 07:04:49 PM »
if she lives in a big city, like Moscow, go tell her to find a bitcoin exchange
a place where you can buy and sell bitcoin
tell her to go there, and see what kind of ID she needs to show to them to exchange bitcoin for rubles
once she gets these details, wire her $1000 worth of bitcoin, you'll pay maybe 2% and so will she...
you can buy bitcoin on-line, google it
I do this on a regular basis, but can't provide details, as they are my own personal ones
payments to mistresses, illegitimate children, etc


OTOH, sending money to Russians is a BAD IDEA
the only people I send money to are my children, and I can do wire transfers straight to their bank in Tel Aviv
and pay their credit cards, etc

my advice, be sure you know WHY you are spending this money, i.e. "the real reason"
what is it buying for you, her gratitude?
you can tell me, c'mon now...


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Re: The Struggle For Ukraine
« Reply #1920 on: May 08, 2022, 07:06:15 PM »
I have no bank accounts in Russia.
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Re: The Struggle For Ukraine
« Reply #1921 on: May 08, 2022, 07:20:12 PM »
@ML Thanks.

@Krimster2 I was hoping there were better options. We'll try to go with the crypto route if this is the best way.

Nothing much I expect from her. Just the usual optimistic future family happily ever after which we both have been working towards for years. Right now just lending a small hand.
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Re: The Struggle For Ukraine
« Reply #1922 on: May 08, 2022, 09:54:08 PM »
for a limited time, you can wire money to the following banks

Sberbank,
Gazprombank

you friend would have to open an account at one of these banks
and you just do a regular wire transfer

eventually, these banks will be sanctioned, so this'll probably only work this year...
ask how she can receive money, choice, or only rubles, if choice, take dollars

tell her to go to the biggest local branch of one of these two banks
and ask about receiving wire transfers, currency choice, etc...

If you have all the codes and account numbers, names, etc, then you can do a wire transfer to Russia for about $35 and it takes less than 2 min on-line
other banks are blocked!
only these two!!




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Re: The Struggle For Ukraine
« Reply #1923 on: May 08, 2022, 11:36:29 PM »
The Struggle For Ukraine also affects some of us with Ukraine wives.  My MIL and her son are hiding out away from Kiev.  They left the apartment that Larissa owns in Kiev.  Larissa has been nervous about her family still their.  She has pretty much given up over her apartment in Yalta once the Russians took over Crimea.  Her son moved to Israel a year or so ago and is doing well.

It was interesting going through my old trip reports and photos reminding me of my time in the (now) southern combat areas.  Also am thankful that I got to spend time in Crimea which has been closed since the takeover.

I hope the other members with family members in Ukraine are joining in prayer for them.

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Re: The Struggle For Ukraine
« Reply #1924 on: May 09, 2022, 05:51:28 AM »
Krimster, ML, all,

I need help to exchange usd or sgd currency for rubles. I'm unable to physically go to Russia at the moment for legal reasons. Practically, I will require someone trustworthy who has a ruble bank account in Russia. I send you usd to your usd bank account, then my girl receives ruble from your ruble bank account. The amount wouldn't be much, maybe ~70,000 rub for this operation.

My girl has been struggling financially in Russia and I need to send her some money to help her cover at least some expenditures the next couple of months. This is exacerbated by the fact that both her mom and pop have seen their incomes dry up spectacularly, particularly mom, the breadwinner who has been forced by her employer to take holidays as her employer's factory runs out of parts (literally furlough).

It's another long story why I haven't brought her out of Russia after all this time. In case anyone's wondering, yes it's the same girl all these years and yes I don't normally send her money. Fully appreciate anyone who can viably lend a hand.

No! Dont send her money!! Scammer, Scammer!!!

Lol, just joking ;D

Funny it sounds like a dodgy ploy you get though I'm sure with her it's not Kyn.

Well I'm not sure about years, 3 or 4 maybe since you met her?

Not sure how things are going to play out with Russia, you would have to be hoping that a new iron curtain doesn't descend. If there's one thing I've learnt in that last few years that counting on stuff being the right way for future plans isn't often a great idea as things can get in the way and mess them up. Could you have gotten with her sooner in the west?

If I had a more conspiratorial mind she might have been turned against westerners and in favour of Pootin's Russia  ;D

I think she's likely pretty sound Kyn but possibly leaving her out there too long may not be the best idea, she might tire and wonder if you are for real or just living a fantasy and go for a local option instead perhaps?
"If you make your own bread, then and only then, are you a free man unchained and alive living in pooty tang paradise, or say no and live in Incel island with all the others." - Krimster

 

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