România mea — condeiblog

Originally posted on Dana Fodor Mateescu: There is a beautiful Romania, with the blue eyes of Voronet and the hair like the August wheat, a clean Romania, of the ancestral customs and customs, which are still kept in her heart, as in an invaluable treasure. . There is a dreamy Romania and good as the steaming bread just removed from the…

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România mea — condeiblog

Originally posted on Dana Fodor Mateescu: There is a beautiful Romania, with the blue eyes of Voronet and the hair like the August wheat, a clean Romania, of the ancestral customs and customs, which are still kept in her heart, as in an invaluable treasure. . There is a dreamy Romania and good as the steaming bread just removed from the…

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Brexit si alegerile din România — ADRIAN NĂSTASE

At the end of this month, Britain will leave the European Union. I do not propose, for the moment, to discuss the consequences of this decision. But I think it is worth examining, more closely, the MODALITY by which this decision was reached (referendum plus election round). This year, local elections and parliamentary elections will take place. How […]

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A little bit of Heaven (161) — In a Love World

Cărturești Carusel Pleasing your eye with its architecture, beautiful white columns and spiral staircases, and 1,000 square m “Cărturești Carusel” a bookstore in the Old Town is the biggest bookstore from Romania. In 2018 it was nominated for the Bookstore of The Year Award. You can pass by for a quick tour and a cup […]

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Smorgasbord Posts from Your Archives – Smorgasbord Posts from Your Archives – #PreSchool – The Story of Romana by Jennie Fitzkee — Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

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Welcome to the current series of Posts from Your Archives in 2020 and if you would like to participate with two of your posts from 2019, you will find all the details in this post: New series of Posts from Your Archives 2020 Pre-school teacher of over 30 years, Jennie Fitzkee, has been a welcome […]

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Is France romantic? — Fancying France

France has long had a reputation for being one of the most romantic countries in the world, if not the most romantic. Paris is often referred to as the ‘City of Love’ and is a popular honeymoon destination. As it’s not long since we celebrated St Valentine’s, I find myself wondering what makes France romantic? […]

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Story Time- I Am Still Going to Romania — Jesusluvsall’s Blog

On a Friday in February 2005, the day started off normally. I taught my morning class. I met a friend for lunch. It seemed like any other day. Then suddenly I started having pain in my stomach and could not keep food down. It was a pain I never felt with just the flu. In […]

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Is France romantic? — Fancying France

France has long had a reputation for being one of the most romantic countries in the world, if not the most romantic. Paris is often referred to as the ‘City of Love’ and is a popular honeymoon destination. As it’s not long since we celebrated St Valentine’s, I find myself wondering what makes France romantic? […]

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Life under lock-down in France — View from the Back

From midnight Saturday we had been following French government guidelines and indulging in social distancing. We weren’t the only ones even though the French are not renowned for toeing the party line. Indeed, the French locally appeared to be unusually compliant in the face of the current health threat. Maybe their hypochondria is greater than […]

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(A Savage Comment) When Life Starts Again: Should The Whole World Reset At “O”?

( When Life Starts Again: Should The Whole World Reset At “O”?)

 

Lets start off with the fact that I am not an Economists and this heading is simply a question that formed in my mind. Is this a question that has merit enough to be seriously looked at? If the shutdown does in deed last till September first and the post COVID-19 comes out of its womb fresh at that time, how about it if no one, no company, no Government in the whole world, no one, owed any debt? Why not have a fresh new world and then try not to screw up this second one? It is true that some people, some groups, some businesses and some Governments are going to come out negative on some of their balance sheets. Yet on the other hand, all of their debts are forgiven, this should in the long run come pretty close to evening out a new fairer nicer world order. Well, at least this is my thought on the issue. What is your thoughts, would this work?