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Mar 20th 2008 1:52AM To learn more about the band's current bad situation, http://carpetblog.typepad.com/carpetblogger/2008/03/save-acrassicau.html
Jun 3rd 2007 2:40PM nice interview, thanks.
Dec 25th 2006 9:01AM Public celebrations in Kyiv.
Oct 30th 2006 10:59AM And people who watch the movie will learn nothing about what Kazakhstan looks like, because it was filmed in Romania. It looks very much like Romania, though. Dacias rather than Ladas.
Sep 10th 2006 2:14AM Smart choice. Nothing good comes from transiting through Moscow. They don't call it Tragic Air for nothing, either.
Jun 24th 2006 2:48AM There's no better way to spend a layover in Istanbul than at a hamam. If you've never done it before, choose one of the ones tourists frequent in Sulthanahmet, like cemberlitas. I wrote about it here:
Jun 22nd 2006 12:16PM Sounds cool, but "Some of our audio books are human narrated Librivox recordings and others are narrated using the latest generation text to speech voices." What in the world does that mean? Have they hired the Peanuts teacher?
May 12th 2006 3:48AM Yes indeed it is in Azerbaijan, in the Sheki bazaar. Sheki sits in the foothills of the Caucasus, and is a wonderful little town with red-roofed stone homes and a 19th century Khan's palace.
Apr 23rd 2006 10:53AM The behavior of British stag parties in the Baltics relieves Americans of ever having to apologize for any kind of boorishness abroad, up to and including invading sovereign nations.
Apr 23rd 2006 10:44AM The behavior of British stag parties in the Baltics absolves Americans from ever having to apologize for any sort of bad behavior abroad, up to and including invasions of sovereign nations.