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Subbed ya . nice chats
@edkemper thank you, and i hope we have more nice chats my friend!
Thank you for the thumbs up
@Koranimal you make a good comment, i thumb it up - thank me by making more good comments that i like and agree with, so i will keep thank you for your comments by thumb them up my friend...
So I subbed and I'm giving you what appears to be your very first comment.
Seems like I should say something profound but you and I have already been doing that in a posting. So, I guess I should just thank you for inventing democracy and bringing us the olympics. I know there's more but eventually I'm going to say something dumb and get flamed so I'll stop here. I'll see you in the comments. Take it easy Great.
@cwleveck I just discovered that you made the first comment in my channel, and it's so profound that even a Great person as myself finds it... profound (but it's o.k.... Greeks never feel bad when other people thank them for Democracy, Olympics, and other great stuff their ancestors offered to the world) - thank you, and we will meet in the comments my friend!
@zAbArAkAtrAnEmIA_TheGreat Good my friend, I look forward to it.
@Rackle I am not so sensitive with the thumbs thing, so you should not apologize and bother yourself with that (and you did it in the video already)... but thank you very much my friend!!!
(in any case, good for you to take in consideration the feelings of other people - some users take the thumbs thing very personal and serious, and it's really nice of you to do that "apology and repair" visit!)
@Rackle I think just about everyone made an accidental down at some point.
@MB-UK I am afraid that i am unpleasant myself, but i hope not awfully - thank you for your kind words (i hope your first impression about myself will stand -at least to a bearable level- the test of time) and i am very glad to have met you also my friend!
Thanks for the thumbs up. Subbed.
@Da Da Dummy When you make good comments that i like and i agree with... i thumb them up!
So... thanks for the good comments my friend!!!
@MAKMAK Ετσι, ετσι σε θελω!
@MAKMAK πατριωτη... ειμαστε παντου!
Wow, so many thumbs up today. Thank you.
@ermali82 you made good comments that i agree with, so i thumb them up - i thank you for your good comments my friend (and neighbor!)
Your comments led me here. Sub'd
@CatEatDog Thank you my friend - we already had some nice chats in the comments so i hope for more in the future!
@zAbArAkAtrAnEmIA_TheGreat Thank you. It goes both ways.
@CatEatDog Yes, good communication needs at least two good parties my friend!
@zAbArAkAtrAnEmIA_TheGreat Thanks again for the info regarding Syria. You really got me thinking about it more. I know what you told me is truthful and honest, that is 100% clear. That is all any of us can ever give to someone else, so I am deeply grateful. Thank you.
@CatEatDog You are one of the few humble (that ask questions instead of pretending to know everything - but at the same time knowing more about the issues you discuss than what you actually show) and objective (by trying to find the truth based on info, and making comments on topic... not off topic that disorientate the discussion) LL users, so with people like you i try my best to have a better level of communication than my usual LL comments level my friend.
@brontemark Well my friend, you are not the first wondering about my username - as i explained to others:
The "zAbArAkAtrAnEmIA" part is a Greek cryptic nonsense wisdom (!!!) that a Barbarian like you (and almost all Greeks also) should not understand because then Zeus would punish me for reveling the Hellenic top secret stuff... but if you insist in learning about it, here is a good start: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kJtB2KfjPpQ
The "TheGreat" part is more easy: i am The More..Great one! Less..
@brontemark You will hate me (and all Greeks) for this, but as we Greeks say: "everyone non Greek is Barbarian" - the word "Barbarian" is Greek actually, and does not mean exactly what most non Greeks believe...
@brontemark Damn Beerbarians...
...some Greek must civilize you someday and baptize you in some fine Greek wine!
hey man thanks for the thumbs, looks like you've given me a few.
@hatter if i like and/or agree with a comment i thumb it up - you make good comments, i thumb them up, so don't thank me... i thank you for the good comments my friend!
Thanks for the thumb up's today brother. Besides, you're subbed. :)
@setoguru Well arkadasım, i agreed with your comments because it was right and i had to thumb it up - i am a Greek so as you understand i don't mind when someone accuses Turkey for a wrong doing but i prefer the accusations to be close to the truth... not something stupid like in that video.
But don't worry... i am a Greek and you are a Turk... we will find something to argue and fight in some other video my brother!!!
@zAbArAkAtrAnEmIA_TheGreat Adelfos, actually you're right. It's just sad that two close inseparable nations have been divided by our forefather's beliefs on religion and those day's political circumstances. You, like other unmentioned souls, will always be my Adelfos, no matter we argue, fight and think differently. Your "barbarian" filos.
Thank God/Allah you are one of the few Barbarians that understands what "Barbarian" really means...!
Thank you my friend for confirming my beliefs about humans...
@aydeo you are a Jew (or just Israeli, what ever you prefer)... you know how things are (in my opinion, only the Jews have contributed to mankind's civilization as much as the Greeks)... when a "barbarian" is trying to be civilized you have to support him...
thx for the thumbs up komşu
@mustaa Well, when you make comments that i like and i agree... i thumb them up my dear neighbor!
So, no need to thank me - just make more comments that i like and i agree arkadasi...
@GraveMatter- comments that i like and i agree with... i thumb them up!
So, thanks for your comments that i like and i agree with my friend!
Thank you for the +thumb, have some back Mate.
@Richiemc71 Thank you my friend... no need to thank me for the thumbs up... you make comments that i like and i agree with, i thumb them up - so, thanks for making comments that i like and i agree with mate!
WHAT PART OF GREECE ARE YOU FROM?I HAVE A PLACE IN KALAMAKI NEXT TO LEFOROU SEGROU KE AMPITHEAS. I USED TO OWN A HOUSE IN GLIFADA BUT WE SOLD IT. BUT MY FATHER IS FROM ANDROS.DO YOU KNOW THE GREEK FROM ALIMOS ON HERE.IAM SUPRISED NOT MANY GREEKS WATCHING THIS STUFF.ANY WAY KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK AND HOW DO YOU THUMB UP OR DOWN OR MINUS A COMMENT IT IS MY SECOND DAY AND I CANT FIGURE IT OUT THANK YOU.
@GREEK-PRIDE I am originally from Thrace (next to the Greek-Turkish borders) where i lived my half life but the last -too many!- years i live in Athens.
I go to Kalamaki and Glyfada almost every week (and use the Sygrou and Amphitheas avenues every day!).
Andros is a great little Island (i have not ever visited it...) that has great people (i have met many of them!).
There are not many Greeks in LL, and from them most are living abroad as you.
You need to reach 20.00 points (each thumb u More..p is 0.10 points) to be able to thumb up/down - i helped you a little (but only because i agreed with your comments not just because you are Greek - we are not like the Jews, we Greeks hate each other!!!) because i know how hard it is to get those points...
Welcome in LL my fellow Greek! Less..
@zAbArAkAtrAnEmIA_TheGreat small world from my apartment roof on agias irenes. in the corner that coming from glifada on amphiteas you stay right and go onto lefourou sygrou (me tous boutanas)or left to pireaus. I miss it. I would walk to beach every day. AND YOU ARE RIGHT WE GREEKS SHOULD STAND TOGETHER. THEY USE TOO WHEN I WAS A KID IN THE USA EVERY ONE HELPED EACH OTHER NOW THEY ARE LOOKING TO FUCK EACH OTHER. WHY? WE HAVE A LONG LINE OF HERITAGE AND SHOULD BE PROUD. BUT SOME GREEKS ARE ONE M More..INDED AND OTHERS ONLY CARE FOR THEM SELVES. i cant believe how expensive it has become to live in Greece. You are lucky with free health care I pay 1700 a month and it is killing me since work is slow and I am sick.I have been using my savings but how long can that keep up. it is a nightmare here in the usa unless you are rich. the same in Greece the middle class is being exterminated. it is a shame. xapika ke efharisto Less..
@GREEK-PRIDE ha... small world indeed!
Yes, if we Greeks were just a little more like the Jews are we may ruled the world... but we Greeks usually care only for ourselves and our families and we are single minded in most cases... and it's worst here in Greece since you Greeks abroad try to help sometimes each other... and you are more proud for our great heritage than us here in Greece.
Greece is "a poor state with rich citizens" (because of Greeks caring only for themselves and not More.. for their society - so, e.g., taxes is something that we don't like!) so that's why everything is expensive (we are the still the 25th richest country of the world, despite our current "crisis") but some important things like good heath care are provided to everyone that can't afford it thank God.
I understand how difficult may be for you in the USA (i have some similar money difficulties myself - that recent "crisis" has effected us all here) and i pray for things in your work to go better and for your good health - God is great so have faith my friend! Less..
@zAbArAkAtrAnEmIA_TheGreat I am trying but the usa where I have lived and paid an average of 15k a year on my biz tax ALONE. I cant get ssi because my wife makes more than 16k a year how can you live when my mtg is 2700 a month plus my 2 little girls. both our goverments are corrupt. and it is true about the jews and Indians in the usa. if you come of the boat as they say they will give you housing a job and do every thing to help each other. back in th70s80s the greeks did the same in Astoria q More..ueens. now most greeks are gone and Albanians took over the greek social clubs and big albanian mob problem now in ny.i was friends with zia berisha his uncle was the ex president of Albania and I remember when his uncle came here 10 yrs ago his whole family was there to protect him. They are very wealthy but that did not stop zia from killing his best friend over money here is link www.nj.com/news/jjournal/jerseycity/index.ssf?/base/news-10/... greed when is enough money enough. AND now I think his uncle is in jail for robbing the country blind while his whole family lives like kings in ny,nj, usa and Switzerland.crazy world and he got 15 yrs for the murder nd 7 for the drugs he smuggling in from get this (crete)to swis to Canada to nj. I did know crete had a big weed network.i was shocked when he told me.but we no longer speak since he is a animal for killing a friend and now he hates all greeks and has changed in prison. HE SHOULD OF GOT THE DEATH CHAIR. ya sou patrize ke ti me ne to onoma sou. Less..
@GREEK-PRIDE I understand you brother (even if i don't have a wife and children). Here in Greece, even with that recent "crisis", everyone, either poor or rich, still has totally or almost free good quality public health coverage/security. And i know about the Albania mafia because it's the biggest crime problem in Greece (and that Sali Berisha is not in jail but again president of Albania!!!) - but here in LiveLeak (as everywhere), even if you have friend from other races/cultures (as More.. you and i have - like for example our Albanian friends), many people will still call you a racist just because you mention some facts and truths...
Για σου πατριωτη - ακου ενα ωραιο τραγουδι για το ονομα μου : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kJtB2KfjPpQ !!! Less..
@Blech "bar... bar... barbarous?" - not you brother... not you!
If you ever find the time (and the mood) do watch those videos (and the other i posted in my replies to your comments) - nostalgia is healthy (and it's not so much about that old city as it's about our times as young people that age as nicely as they can, remembering forgoten traditions... and my traditions are in a strange way yours also, deep inside you... it needs culture to respect culture)
...so, some more song !!! More..
here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=owixE2nHiOM one titled "My Thessaloniki" that says "my Thessaloniki, great mother of poor kids, you that you born the best kids, where ever i go i have you in my heart and i never disavow you... even if i am far away from you i always remember your sweet name, i never forget you..."
here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pZYz-bqHFBY one titles "I rearch for you in Thessaloniki" that says -well, it's too poetic... i can't really translate- "since i was sowed from an ancient empire queen, born by a Macedonian woman, i fight with an empty quiver the winter... since the gods in Olympus they decided it, and gave the keys to the cold and then committing suicide... i search for you in..."
and (special dedicated to you - once a Thessalonica man, always a Thessalonika man!) here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ljTfxEN8Ins one titled "The Thessalonica man" -with some people from Thessalonica enjoying themselves- that says "go on the side everyone so the Thessalonika man come to dance... i drink toasting for him to be always ok... now it dances and enjoying himself, the Thessalonika man..."
@Blech Well, she is from Thessaloniki, you are a "Thessaloniki man", so...!
@KBisDOC Thank you my brother... and everything is beautiful!
To be proud of your culture does not mean that you can't appreciate other cultures, even if you believe that your culture is better that some other, but unfortunately even if you only mention "culture" many people will still call you "racist" - i am very proud of my culture (even while i know some bad things about it that make me less proud), and i am very proud for humans in general when i meet people like you.. More... Less..
@KBisDOC You are a civilized human that can appreciate foreign cultures because you have culture!
@KBisDOC We Greeks had a "thing" with the Persians that is very famous - even Hollywood got interested in that, but to be honest, while i enjoy the usual Hollywood movie, i still prefer to see in the theater the "Persians" tragedy written from Aeschylus, a Greek that fought against Persians (even if he was very famous at his time as an artist, the only thing he asked to be written in his grave was nothing about his art but that he fought against Persians - that's how importan More..t was for him). That tragedy is not something like "Greeks are bad ass fighters that fucked those barbarian Persians" (does not have explosions, blood, and stuff like that) but about the defeated Persians, the Persian mothers that lost their children, the Persian King that must return to his country with his quilt, and other deeper thing like that, so i am afraid not the usual -there are exceptions of course- Hollywood material and product...
But those Persian "ancient enemies" (i must tell you that now Persians love and respect Greeks, and Greeks love and respect Persians), while very different than us Greeks, have a culture -excluding Islam!- that goes very back in time and still continues in the present.
Since i already mentioned to you in a comment to some unrelated video here in LL that i wish people in the western world to discover the Iranian cinema, and because you are one of those -rare?- people who can appreciate foreign movies and cultures...
Some examples (there also some other i don't remember director/title) from some famous Iranian directors with some films (from the "new wave / popular art - movement") i saw (thanks to some famous European, like Berlin, Cannes, Venice, Locarno and our Greek Thessaloniki, cinema festivals that made those films known to people outside Iran) and i consider great:
Abbas Kiarostami (maybe the most famous director): "Where Is the Friend's Home?", "Life, and Nothing More...", "Through the Olive Trees", "Taste of Cherry", "The Wind Will Carry Us".
Mohsen Makhmalbaf: "The Cyclist", "Hello Cinema".
Bahram Bayzai: "Bashu, the Little Stranger".
Majid Majidi: "Children of Heaven" (nominated for best foreign film in the Oscars).
Bahman Ghobadi: "A Time for Drunken Horses".
Jafar Panahi: "The Mirror", "Offside".
Amir Naderi: "The Runner".
You will notice that some of them are not conventionally filmed and with many of them using amateur actors, plus many are with kids (but not for kids, just that "kid's eyes perspective" Iranian films are famous for).
Thank you my friend for making me remember those great movies... masterpieces of some real art, similar in a way to Greek culture...! Less..
Why do you support dictatorships so much ehh?
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