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  • Justme wrote on 19. 06. 2011 from Romania

    The citizens from franse and germany may wish that there goverment was so active in prosecuting corruption, as the DNA in romania does for years. If corruption is a problem for the schengen area, then they should reconsider the Netherlands, because that one is from top to bottom corrupted, they simply ignor corruption and prosecute the wissleblower as only one.


  • Drew wrote on 17. 06. 2011 from USA

    The trains are really slow there. Going from Bucharest to Constanta and vise versa, the train would randomly slow down and even come to complete stops. A German train would have covered that same distance in half the time!


  • Drew wrote on 17. 06. 2011 from USA

    The trains are really slow there. Going from Bucharest to Constanta and vise versa, the train would randomly slow down and even come to complete stops. A German train would have covered that same distance in half the time!


  • Chris Tonic wrote on 03. 06. 2011 from Stuttgart (GER)

    I doubt that Nastase ever read what Agassi really wrote about that meeting with him while he was a kid. Mr. Nastase only to comment one sentence and to know nothing about the context or the book at all ist not a proof for your intelligence ;-)


  • Ion Gluga wrote on 25. 05. 2011 from Sydney, Australia

    Da, Romanii au talent! Ioan Veniamin Oprea - America's Got Talent; . Petruta Kupper - Germany's Got Talent; . Lila Stepanova - America's Got Talent; . Razy Gogonea - Britain's Got Talent; . Costel Busuioc - Spain's Hijos de Babel; . Bogdan Alin Ota - Norway's Got Talent; and Maestrul Gheorghe Zamfir


  • Mark Sampson wrote on 25. 05. 2011 from London UK

    this is a good Idea, I have travelled across the border by car 7 times now since 2007 at the Nadlac crossing in a UK registered car travelling to Galati, and each time I have been forced to bribe the border guards for items such as incorrectly set headlights or underinflated tyres or the most recent for which I had to pay the guard 50 euros, for an sun visor that did not work correctly, my car is a 2007 BMW X5 and there is nothing wrong with it, but every time I cross I have to pay a 50 Euro penalty for some stupid made up charge,If I refuse to pay I am threatened with having the Vehicle impounded and its contents seized. Damn those crooked Romanians.


  • Rob wrote on 24. 05. 2011 from Uk

    Dimitru let me tell you that he is not guilty. Maybe in the Romanian law because certain individuals eg the directors mum put pressure and paid certain individual so that he was sentenced. Guilty are those fuckin Romanians that have claimed benefits in the uk and are living in Romania. They have taken billion of pounds and bought mansions they should be behind bars as they are thiefs and dirt is what the Romanian mothers give birth to.


  • Dawn Mason wrote on 19. 05. 2011 from Pa.

    This makes me sick!! What a world we live in!!


  • HaHa wrote on 18. 05. 2011 from

    "have been requested for adoption in UK, through Facebook" ?!?!?!? Come on, you can't be serious! What person you can rely on requests a dog through facebook? And how were the dogs supposed to get to the UK? Through facebook too? It's so ridiculous i can't even laugh at it.


  • Elena wrote on 17. 05. 2011 from Galati

    And the public shelter was supposed to keep those dogs until November???????????


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