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I love pugs, but who looked at the version we have today and said "Yes, finally it is perfect"?
26th August 2014
2 hours ago
I cant wait to see what finland come up with next. they made eves the brittish look stupid and wasteful.
anyway, whats all this about belarus and soviet-era dictatorship?
5 hours ago
Maybe, but we could use those NATO planes for that. Our current defense relies on artillery and that is not so good if the Russian air forces bomb it. So we have a choice: Join NATO and risk provoking Russia, or stay neutral like before and hope Russia doesn't find any excuse to get hostile. The general public seems to still favor neutrality, but those in power would like to join, it seems.
I'm somewhat pro-NATO myself. Russia will find some excuse eventually anyways. They have been trying for a while. Those child custody allergations, for example.
18 hours ago
Finland would just kick Russia's ass again, anyhow.
20 hours ago
Pretty sure Russia won't even try to invade Finland since they dont have any excuses. The russian minority here is a lot smaller than the russian minority in ukraine. If there even is a Russian minority here :P
1 day ago
Generally speaking, it seems that Finland has been a really tough country to invade for Russia... besides. The next one Putin will "defend the lives of Russian citizens" or whatever will be Belarus. They're still a Soviet-era dictatorship so the transition will be almost seamless. Finland will put up a hell of a fight.
1 day ago
Absolutly loved this. My mother loves pugs and giggled like she was a little girl again...she's 63.
2 days ago
I believe it has to do with the wrinkles on it's face. They were bred to have the wrinkles that looked like Chinese Kanji for 'prince'
2 days ago
"Russia will not. There is too little organized order in the country for somthing like that."
You mean its not organised enough to keep all its people inside the country? cos it doesnt take buch order to commit crimes like in korea. just look at loads of other corrupt places.
"The finnish did well in the war, and even tho the russians won in the end, it was very costly for them."
you mean costly for the finns or russians? I think I saw in some scandinavian ww2 documentry that the finns were using teenagers by 1944.
"I can understand why they know little about Russia. Most likely they have long wanted to have as little as possible to do with that country."
well I guess you cant blame the finns the way russia is going on right now, but if they want total home-land security i'd advise them to start getting friendly.
2 days ago
"The Siberian Husky and Alaskan Malamute are very old and very beautiful dog breeds very close in resemblance to the wolf. They were originally used as work dogs, pulling sleds and guarding children and families.
They aren't like the average "guard" dog, they love all people and all things".
I see. Sled and work dogs are usuly very nice company. We have such breeds here as well, but I dont remember most of the names.
My dad have a Danish-swedish Farmhound (Dansksvensk Gårdshund), also known as Scanian Rathound (Skånsk Rottehund), a small, very energic and supricingly smart breed. He is a good example of how good multi-task dogs can be.
2 days ago
"I never said anything about the belgain blue being a bulldog. i meant the image on that war-poster".
Ok. Got it.
"in north korea they tie people behind trucks and drag them across the road at speed just for trying to leave the country. i sure hope china and russia dont try this kind of shit".
Russia will not. There is too little organized order in the country for somthing like that.
"lol not even the finns know much about russia, and i know all this because my bro's feonce is finnish, and when I went there nobody knew a thing about russia except the stuff about the winter and the other wars like the earlier one and the continuation war. the finns may have lost to the russians, but they seem proud of what they pulled off. i alwayes been impressed at it all really".
The finnish did well in the war, and even tho the russians won in the end, it was very costly for them.
I can understand why they know little about Russia. Most likely they have long wanted to have as little as possible to do with that country.
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