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  2. mustang

    Razno

    nehumano na sta lici superman superman idem da izmerim puls...
  3. Budja

    Coronavirus Covid-19 - opšta tema

    Zato i uzimam smrtnost a ne broj zarazenih, i zato kazem da su brojke u Brazilu nepouzdane. Sto se plave drzave NY tice, i tamo se umiralo iznenada i nije se dijagnostifikovalo, i sam NYT je o tome pisao. Sto se umrlih tice, svugde gde je mala verovatno nije muljana. Tu ukljucujem i Srbiju.
  4. mustang

    Amerika, zemlja velika

    lapd se spremala zadnja dva dana za riots sutra protiv antifa u downtown...i blm
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  6. Бруклинский

    Razno

    Henry Cavill ce izgleda ponovo biti Superman, napokon neka lepa vest, lik je ionako bio najsavrseniji moguci izbor za coveka od celika. https://deadline.com/2020/05/man-of-steel-henry-cavill-superman-warner-bros-1202945025/
  7. iDemo

    Globalno zagrevanje

    Posl'o brt Elvood™ : skepticism-is-healthy-but-planet-of-the-humans-is-toxic
  8. Бруклинский

    NBA 2019/2020

    Ajde sto je brutalan kosarkas, nego je i veoma pametan, vec su me dovoljno zagrejali, nemoj samo da umesto BB (Bradley Beal) na kraju bude bb (blue balls) https://www.nydailynews.com/sports/basketball/ny-bradley-beal-trade-rumors-20200529-ymg63mmft5cbretc2rk5tmyf7a-story.html
  9. Бруклинский

    Love at first sight

    Mansory upravo objavio nove slike onog njihovog Star Trooper Pickup modela, gledam i liju mi suze sto nemam 600.000 evra ispod duseka
  10. Dimitrije

    Velja kruska u grlo zapadne

    Ne znam koliko je ovaj tim slabiji of Milojevicevog, ali da je igra bolja i lepsa je vidljivo i laiku. Moja "teorija" je da su evropske utakmice imale lose posledice na igru Milojevicevog tima. Kada je Milojevic dosao u Zvezdu, njegov tim je zaigrao dobro i superiorno osvojio domace prvenstvo. Kada su zaigrali utakmice u Evropi, Milojevic je smatrao da nedostatak kvaliteta u timu u odnosu na jace evropske klubove moze jedino da nadomesti cvrstom odbrambenom i taktickom igrom. To je, na zalost, postao trade mark Zvezdine igre u Evropi i uticao je na stil igre i u domacoj ligi. U utakmicama protiv objektivno slabijih protivnika, cesto se igralo u grcu jer se napadacki stil igre pogubio. Igra u napadu se uglavnom oslanjala na pojedinacni kvalitet igraca kao sto su Marin i Ben, dok su se igraci sa nesto manje kvaliteta i/ili manje samopouzdanja, kao Ivanic, Garsija i Tomane, osecali izgubljeno u takvoj igri.
  11. Бруклинский

    Midterms 2018 and beyond

    Andrew Schulz jos jednom dokazao kakav je car
  12. Nesh

    "Ostali" sportovi u Nišu

    .Sto bi rekli braca Vranjanci, tate. ti li si?
  13. Tsai

    Amerika, zemlja velika

    Zanimljivo kako ti je to i dalje glavna stvar u vezi cele ove situacije. Mashala
  14. roksi

    youtube radio

    @maheem oooh:* right back at ya, mahime, my beautiful bro :*
  15. Nesh

    "Ostali" sportovi u Nišu

    A evo i saljivih priloga; Prvaci Evrope, odbojkaši Srbije, počeće sa treninzima u ponedeljak, 1. juna, a na spisku selektora Slobodana Kovača, najboljeg trenera Evrope u 2019. godini među 31 imenom nalaze se i libero Dušan Jović i primač Davide Kovač iz Odbojkaškog kluba Niš, vicešampiona Srbije. Koliko sam ja pratio utakmice, mladac je mogao da prima samo platu,
  16. vememah

    Coronavirus Covid-19 - opšta tema

    Worldometers je apsolutno jedan od najgorih mogućih izvora pošto ne linkuje izvore i ne navodi od kada su podaci. Što se Francuske tiče, dosta je nejasno odakle je Worldometers izvukao tu brojku na koju se pozivaš. Zvaničan bilten od 7.5. se poklapa sa brojevima sa Vikipedije (831.174 = 203.710 + 627.464). https://www.santepubliquefrance.fr/content/download/250807/2596023 I indikator nedovoljnog testiranja svakako je daleko pre visok procenat pozitivnih nego mali broj testova u odnosu na populaciju.
  17. Weenie Pooh

    Amerika, zemlja velika

    Pazi, objašnjavaju im godinama profesori iz Amerike, ali džabe kad nema ko da sluša: Police Kill Too Many People—White and Black How Racial Disparity Does Not Help Make Sense of Patterns of Police Violence Ko neće da prihvati da je suština problema u vojnoj obuci/naoružavanju uniformisanih manijaka, umesto u manjku svesti i rasnoj proporcionalnosti, što bi mu se išta obšanjavalo.
  18. Ivo Petović

    Coronavirus Covid-19 - opšta tema

    A Francuska je pre 20 dana imala 21 k na 1m, ergo više nego Brazil sada. Znači, worldometers nije dobar izvor? MIslim da je 90% podataka svuda odatle vučeno.
  19. Gojko & Stojko

    Politika u UK

    Komentar bivše dopisnice Heralda iz Londona: They made a mockery of our trust: why Britain is united in fury at the PM and his adviser Exactly seven days after Boris Johnson placed Britain into lockdown, a 13-year-old south London boy died alone, on a ventilator, in the early hours of the morning. Five days later, Ismail Mohamed Abdulwahab was also buried alone because his mother and siblings were in self-isolation displaying symptoms of COVID-19. I remember being struck viscerally by the news: we, too, had developed symptoms and were in self-isolation, and we could see the hospital where Ismail took his last breath from our bedroom window while the boy's grief-paralysed family were locked up somewhere in the suburb next to ours. The thought of them, alone in their agony, seemed unfathomable. Ismail's death that day brought the British COVID-19 toll to 1789. As I write this, 37,837 have perished. Thousands have been unable to farewell loved ones, hold a partner's hand in labour or welcome a new baby into the world. The terminally ill have been denied precious last moments with family, lovers separated, grandparents distanced from their young ones. In the nation's care homes, the infirm and elderly have been locked up without visitors since March 23. These personal sacrifices have been made all over the world, not only in Britain: individual freedoms set aside willingly for public health and the common good. The howls of outrage that erupted when news broke that Johnson's right-hand man, Dominic Cummings, had driven 420 kilometres to his parents' farm, with his wife and son in tow – while showing virus symptoms – were to be expected. Unparalleled in recent British political history is that this white-hot, palpable fury has spanned the political divide. A poll published this week showed that 71 per cent of voters believe Cummings flouted the rules and more than 60 per cent want him sacked. A Conservative minister has resigned in disgust, more than 60 Tory MPs have joined the Labour Party in their call for Cummings' head, while the Daily Mail, the country's highest-circulation newspaper not known for its left leanings, published a front-page headline asking, "What planet are they on?" More than a dozen Church of England bishops have raised their heads above the pulpit to question Johnson's integrity and describe his defence as "risible". Hypocrisy is, of course, not uncommon in politics. It inevitably ignites opprobrium when exposed in all its naked glory. But what the Cummings affair has revealed is that the British voter, already raw from the divisions of Brexit, see his actions in a light much worse than hypocrisy: he has destroyed public trust. Democratic governments around the world have relied on this most precious commodity to steer their citizens through the horrors of the pandemic. Dominic Cummings was one of the architects of the policy that asked Ismail's mother to stay home. And she did. As did thousands of other heartbroken Britons, Italians and Americans – because they trusted that their governments' "stay home" orders were for the common good, to protect the most vulnerable and safeguard public safety. Day after day, Johnson was unequivocal in his orders to the nation to "stay home, save lives". Then, when he was in hospital with the virus, fighting for his own life, his government enacted a raft of laws and fines to police the public good. Again, the advice was explicit: anyone with symptoms should isolate for at least seven days, with a 14-day isolation period for those around them. "You should not be visiting family members who do not live in your home. If you don't follow the rules, the police will have the powers to enforce them. Stay Home. Save the NHS. Save Lives." Johnson's government took several days to respond to public sightings of Cummings outside London, first in his father's garden, then by woodland near Barnard Castle (on the day of his wife's 45th birthday). It was only when the Daily Mirror's first reports were followed by The Guardian and others that Johnson deigned to comment. Cummings' explanation, he said, was that he'd driven to seek childcare (over a distance pretty much equivalent to that between Sydney and Albury) and this was understandable, following the "instincts of every father in lockdown". Widespread derision was quickly replaced by fury, forcing the extraordinary spectacle of an unelected apparatchik taking to national television in No.10's rose garden to offer a 40-minute litany of excuses to the nation. The lack of any sign of regret let alone apology unleashed a second, ferocious wave on social media which quickly likened his story about driving to the castle to "test his eyesight" to Prince Andrew's car-crash defence of his friendship with Jeffrey Epstein: "Cummings drove to which Pizza Express? Sorry missed that bit?" "Has he got to the bit about not sweating yet?" Britain is not a nation characterised by what Aussies would call "dobbers". Personal liberty is hotly defended, so-called "nanny state" tendencies widely debated. It's a nation that has never adopted random breath testing for drink-driving, the wearing of bicycle helmets is voluntary and citizens rail against too many public safety rules and regulations in parks and on public transport. When Nicola Sturgeon, the Scottish Chief Minister, accepted the resignation of her chief medical officer after she was caught driving a much shorter distance to her holiday home – and she was not symptomatic – public reaction was not homogenous. It was similarly mixed when the UK government's chief scientific adviser, Neil Ferguson, resigned after revelations that he had invited his (married) lover to his home. And yet in the space of just four days, public opinion of both the Prime Minister and his government has plunged to the lowest it has ever been: polling shows the catalyst for the collapse was Cummings' road trip and his boss's defence of the decision. The difference with Cummings is that he is the mandarin who shaped the British government's short, sharp public health message – "Stay home. Save the NHS. Save lives" – and yet he decided he and his family were different, more important than the rest of us, thumbing his nose at his own mantra to then travel two-thirds of the country with ill passengers in a car to find suitable childcare. The Irish Times columnist Fintan O'Toole nailed it this week when he observed that Johnson and Cummings made the people who placed trust in them feel like fools: "As the Catholic Church found in Ireland, people don't forgive violation of the sense of meaning that gives dignity to their own sufferings." Why? Because Johnson's and Cummings' betrayal of the British people feels personal: they made an absolute mockery of our collective trust. Paola Totaro is a former Europe correspondent for The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age and now lives and works in London. SaE
  20. vememah

    Coronavirus Covid-19 - opšta tema

    Kao što rekoh, ne valja izvor. https://covid-insumos.saude.gov.br/paineis/insumos/painel.php Brazil ima oko 210 miliona stanovnika, što daje 14,9 hiljada testova na milion stanovnika.
  21. dragance

    Amerika, zemlja velika

    Ti se i dalje blamiraš sa tim “nemaju municiju”?
  22. maheem

    youtube radio

    dani kratko traju, brzo prolaze, ne stižem ljubav poslati sista roksandi :*
  23. Indy

    Jazz

    Biće jazz standard jednog dana...
  24. Moća

    NBA 2019/2020

    Bas bi bio dobar onaj format kao za SP sve tekme bi bile na krv i noz. Sent from my Redmi Note 5 using Tapatalk
  25. Ivo Petović

    Coronavirus Covid-19 - opšta tema

    Podaci su sa worldometers koji se do sada uzimao kao prilično ozbiljan izvor. Uz caveat da se podaci za Francusku (21k na 1m) bukvalno nisu menjali 20 dana - poslednji put kad su promnenjeni, Francuska je bila iznad UK, i to je bio generalni trend koji je praćen sve do nekog 10. maja - Fra i UK su bili blizu. Danas je UK na 60k na 1m, a Fra se nije pomerila 20 dana, Očigledno da više ne apdejtuju (btw, i Nemačka vrlo retko apdejtuje).
  26. vememah

    Coronavirus Covid-19 - opšta tema

    Ne valjaju ti podaci, Brazil je testirao više od Francuske per capita i ima za 42% manju stopu pozitivnih među testiranima od nje. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/COVID-19_testing Takođe, Švedska ima za 50% više potvrđenih među testiranima od Brazila, što znači da ne testira dovoljno, o čemu svedoči i stopa smrtnosti među registrovanim slučajevima od 12%, duplo veća od svetskog proseka. Takođe i Holandija ima za oko 50% više potvrđenih među testiranima od Brazila, a SAD za 13%.
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