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Do you think Putin will get arrested for war crimes at this point?

SlimMan’s Profile PhotoBill Walker
Oh just look at that brainwashed 🤡, could it be even more mainstream? Reason number 1 why I loathe this site. Don't know why I have not blocked you months ago, when you opened your row mouth and spoke utter vulgar nonsense about Russia and Ukraine business . But I think now is the time. YOU and people like you who have 0 intellect or sense make me sick, I throw up my hands in confusion, looking at what you people are doing. Eating sweet fresh dump from the media and willingly sharing it with others, disguising it as a "Good Deed".
Boy, what you see/hear in the MEDIA is not the ultimate truth ffs.
Try to use critical thinking instead of soaking up everything that this cruel and unfair world of the press and green notes is trying to give you.
January 2022 was the most brutal month in more than 5 years of air war waged by Saudi Arabia with US support in Yemen. Have you heard about it ?
Since March 2015, the coalition has carried out over 23,000 airstrikes in Yemen, killing or injuring over 20,000 civilians.
The Biden administration continues to sell weapons to aggressor countries. It increased direct support for the UAE.
So, on 26 March, the UAE again invaded Yemen. Do you hear the condemning mouthpieces of the media ? No ? Nobody cares about the children of Yemen dying of hunger for many years, the starving people of Yemen?
That's all there is to know about the media.
Go and arrest the whole of america circus for their endless war crimes (or did you now know about them? What about the most recent Afghanistan or have you already forgotten ? Or what they have done to Yugoslavia ? Or you just don't know / don't care due to their lack of education and the fact that it did not flood the Internet / media so much?)
YOU have no idea what the Russian army is doing in Ukraine and why. You have no idea what Ukrainians have been doing since at least 2014. So shut your stupid mouth and feel sorry for yourself, not the Russian people.

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What should i do im too young I'm 11 I have rwong attitude, when I was 8 I was shouting at my gradma, now I'm in uae I'm 11 I looking bad face to my mom and dad somethimes my brother, everythime they discipline me I am geeting angry, somethimes I am shouting at my brother mom get mad and I ignore...

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That's normal for your age.. just remember that your family loves you even if they don't show it.. just try to count to 5 before you reply to anyone.. maybe that will help you.

How often do you travel and for what reasons?

My family isn't that rich so I've barely gone on vacations when I was a kid, like 2 times in my entire childhood and only in southern france, and now that I live alone, I get enough money to travel if I wish to but I'm just not interested in going anywhere, I know it'd probably be fun and nice but I feel like it's not worth and in the end I'd rather stay at home and do whatever I want to do.
I try to get twice a year for a total of 4-6 weeks. Last couple of years it's been South East Asia a bunch of times. I stay home and work in midsummer because the sun is up for 18h anyway and I strive on sunlight. In the 6 darkest months is when I try to go twice because I hate the cold and the darkness.
I live in Zagreb, Croatia, if I drive I can be in Slovenia in 30 minutes, Austria, Hungary or Bosnia in 1hr30, Italy in 2 hrs... And there's reasonably priced public transport too. It's not really that much of a financial commitment, can be even worth it for shopping trips if particular products are cheaper somewhere else.
Once or twice a year. Been outside of Europe two times, Egypt when I was very little and the trip of my life to Sri Lanka not that long ago. When I move out and start earning something considerable, I'd rather switch to every other year to go somewhere more far away.
Twice a year. I usually devote a summer trip to Europe. Then a winter trip where I split time between Europe and somewhere else. Like this past December, it was the UAE /Netherlands (Leeuwarden and Zwolle). For pleasure and meeting up with people.
Think of it this way OP, statistically there are much less chances of something going wrong on a plane than there is on any other form of transportation. In comparison, anything driven on the road is a death trap.
At least 10 times a year for work and my travels are outside of the NA. I can't wait to get out of Vancouver nowadays. Really fed up with this city and all the drama. All you hear is RE is too high, gas prices are too high and combine that will junkies everywhere and gangsters everywhere. No one in this city is actually happy, all locals do is bitch and combine that with the passive racial tension boiling under the surface.
Not since 2009, except for a quick trip to the USA a year ago by car, but I have bought a house and had two kids since then, now travel has gotten a lot more expensive and wasn't possible for a while. I seem to be the only guy I know with an IT job that never gets sent elsewhere for work or training.
At least 10 times a year for work and my travels are outside of the NA. I can't wait to get out of Vancouver nowadays. Really fed up with this city and all the drama. All you hear is RE is too high, gas prices are too high and combine that will junkies everywhere and gangsters everywhere. No one in this city is actually happy, all locals do is bitch and combine that with the passive racial tension boiling under the surface.

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What is your favorite country in the world (except for the US) and why?

I recently got back from a vacation to Cuba, and it is a delightful country. The people are all incredibly nice and accommodating. There is very little crime. I felt more safe everywhere I went there than I do in many parts of the US. The culture is incredibly vibrant. The only downside I see is that it is a very poor country. If the US were to fully drop the embargo, and Cuba got some serious investment (heavily regulated to maintain cultural identity), I think it could quite easily become one of the most thriving countries in the Western Hemisphere. Speaking of Oman, I feel bad that I had such rock bottom expectations for it. I was in the neighboring UAE, and was sick to death of the utter soullessness, fakery, obscene display of wealth, and insufferable snobbishness of many people there, especially in Dubai, and was worried that Oman might be similar. However, I was very pleasantly surprised a how wrong my original assumptions about Oman were. I found it to be so much more culturally interesting than the UAE, with much nicer people, and some stunning landscapes.
I want to say Colombia because of its immense beauty and amazing people, but I'm based since my parents are from Colombia. My favorite country in the world would be Norway. The people are immensely friendly and very welcoming and I also enjoy looking at the politics of the country and I can understand why many people consider it to be the happiest country in the world.
Kansas City, MO (AKA the real deal, the first KC) The perfect blend of small town friendliness and urban life. Westport and KC P&L are great areas for some drinks, Loose Park has an awesome botanical garden, the Liberty Memorial has a fascinating WWI Museum, we have some decent sports teams (obviously the Royals that one the World Series awhile ago, but also Sporting KC that's won MLS a couple of times, and the Chiefs who...have pretty much always sucked, but here's hoping!), we've also got Boulevard beer which is delicious (big fan of the wheat), and, in general, the town just has an awesome vibe!
First visited Seattle when I was 6, and we were out here visiting relatives. Came back a few more times and swore I'd move here. Nowhere on this planet I'd rather live, and I'm grateful every day that I got to achieve my childhood dream.
London is my favorite city to visit. So much culture, we have friends who have introduced us to some cool stuff we'd never have found without local insight, ass-deep in amazing museums, RAF Colney, Arsenal, etc. I'm happy every time I get to visit.
Barcelona. It's a culturally rich, historic, vibrant, complex, easily walkable, stunningly beautiful city full of stunningly beautiful strangers whose expressions suggest they're all going to have supremely arrogant chips on their shoulders, but in reality are overwhelmingly warm, accepting and eager to share their city.

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If you were to participate in a race with no rules whatsoever, how'd you deck out your race car to give you an advantage over your opponents? 😈 How'd you want said car to look like in general? 🏎

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OMG !!! When you say 👉 Go somewhere by a car as a driver 👈 it is like black night mare to me 😱 I hate driving and I hate gear lever 😅😅😅 .... but our 2 Slovak men came with this flying car and they have many orders already - mainly from UAE ..... so this is the one car I would like to try - but as a passenger only 😂😜
If you were to participate in a race with no rules whatsoever howd you deck out
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had the same situation myself. When I was in uae and my grandma passed away in kuwait. U know it was hard, but for some reason i gain so much strength.I've never amagine that my grandma death will change this much of my personality, but It did.that's why now I am thankful because I passed throw this

Sorry to hear about your loss, I pray she is in the highest heavens now 🤲 the same her, she is my aunt so dear and close to my heart and it did change my life coz it really felt like a part of me is gone forever, life must go on 🙂
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Seven thousand people around the world die prematurely every year due to bad handwriting by doctors. What is your opinion on this?

mukudada’s Profile PhotoAshraful Muku
The jokes about physicians and their sloppy handwriting are age-old and more or less contented among doctors themselves. But for some people it is not funny at all. A misread prescription can lead to mistreatment and cause death.
In several countries the printed doctor prescription is pushed forward by policy makers as the safer option, as it not only provides clarity but also constitutes a data base of medication that the patient has taken over the years.
"It could be that the doctor is focusing on the diagnosis and medication more than on writing the prescription," argues Keya Shivadey, specialist Gynecologist and Obstetrician at Aster Medical Center.
In the UAE patients can ask for a print out of their prescription to be more secure. "I do give medications on print sometimes. But for the insurance company I still need to provide a written prescription.”
Although Keya says to have a very neat handwriting she agrees that sloppiness is evident among many doctors around her. "Thank God we have computers now and some doctors are prescribing the medication in print."
More than 100 doctors gathered in the state of Maharashtra, India last month to make a statement; bad handwriting of a physician is harmful.
According to non-profit organization Medscape India, which spearheads a campaign to address the issue, the number of fatal incidents due to unreadable prescriptions is internationally on the rise.
In fact, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) reported that the sloppy handwriting of physicians is responsible for 7,000 deaths each year.
"I do have a bad handwriting, but it never resulted in any problems," tells Saleem Moopen, Ophthalmologist at Aster Medical Center. "I sometimes receive phone calls when patients are at the pharmacy, and they cannot read what I have written."
As the patient is often not familiar with the jargon that is scrabbled on his note the onus is on the pharmacist, who is tasked with the challenge of deciphering the order for a certain medicati

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UAE is an Arab country. Why do its people speak English? What is the percentage of the population speaking English in the United Arab Emirates?

You asked me this b4.. Sorry, not in the mood to answer :)
About the percentage.. no bloody idea..
and that's when you say "just guess" and I'll say no bcuz I don't wanna waste my time thinking about such things ???

I have just shifted here too. In Dubai. That's why I wanted to know you and be your friend. Because it's so boring here And I don't know much about dubai.

Mew955’s Profile PhotoShan E Ali Mirza
Listen to me bro I'm a baaad & a dangerous girl & I'm not like athor damn fuc....ing girls to date or to meet guys. And I wish u all the best in UAE and
success in your life.
You will meet many friends here, but it takes time and patience💕

Hi po ate. Ask ko lang po, aside po sa IWANTV, may iba po bang way para mapanood yung HIH? Nasa UAE po kasi kami ng Ate ko at fan na fan po kami ng HIH. Ilang besas na po naming paulit ulit na binabasa yung HIH. Hindi po kasi accessible dito yung IWANTV.

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I already asked the management about this, they'll inform me once may malaman silang way. For now kasi, iWant is available only in Philippine territory. We're really sorry. Kahit kami ay gustong mapanood ninyong lahat ang HIH. ????

Ever since emigrating from Bosnia to the United Arab Emirates, have you ever returned to Bosnia? In your mind, are you an UAE or a Bosnian?

Yeaa ofc. I went there for holidays many times.
And ofc I will ALWAYS be Bosnian. In my mind, my heart, everywhere ?♥️?
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Look at the answers you wrote. It seems that UAE is an English speaking country? Right? Most people in the UAE speak English? If so, is it American English or British English?

Yea. Most of the ppl talk in English. But like, there are ppl who speak Arabic too. Amongst themselves.
And it depends from person to person, sometimes British, and sometimes American. It's not like the whole country speaks the same way. It's not like America or UK. This is an Arab country. People have first learnt the English language and then they started speaking. It's not like they were born with the language. ?
Lmao idek if I make sense anymore. XD

ليا صاحبي برضو ف اوكرانيا في هندسه اتدربنا مع بعض لحد من اسبوع فات و بعدين سافر للماجستير يخلصو يرجعلي ال uae يشتغل بس اي الحكمه من اوكرانيا اشمعنا البلد دي مع انها مافيا و شغل مش مظبوط كتير

غالبا كل اللي بيجوا يدروس في اوكرانيا بيكونوا مش عارفين يدخلوا اللي هم عاوزينه في مصر و نفس الكلام على الناس اللي من دول تانية
محدش بيجي يدرس هنا علشان مستوى الدراسة...
أوكرانيا بتوفر للطالب انه ياخد شهادة يقدر يعادلها في بلدوا و يشتغل بعدها
بس الموضوع مبقاش سهل ابدا زي الاول..
محدش بيقى يتقبل بسهوله في الجامعات
بالنسبة ل مصر لغت الإعتراف بجامعات كتير من السنة دي و مبقاش فيه بس غير ٧ جامعات معترف بيهم
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what should i do now to make it easier later on? wallah im stressed now thankyou for telling me this tho but this is soo scary :(

Have alternatives .. put in yr mind that you might not get into residency here in uae , maybe study abroad or back in Pakistan .. my friend mehreen went to india to study residency .. expect anything and it depends on wht you want to be .. residency , gp, acadamic , masters , research ?? Plan from now your goal and see your chances ,, 🌚💖
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From what I hear, the UAE has a very high quality of life, and safety. Obviously, u will still have to cope with certain societal restrictions that you are somewhat familiar with.

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I noticed a strong attachment and loyalty to the UAE among the Egyptians who live there.
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I wouldn't be able to show you around UAE if I am not there, wouldn't I ? Plus knowing that you are a smart dentistry student I guess you already guessed who I am.

Lol! I move between kuwait and egypt much , and probably most people “around me” are moving between 2 countries so .. yea i had to ask where do you live
And nupp the smart dentist couldnt catch that???‍♀️
Is that date possible when your niether in kuwait nor egypt??

Day's great , oh you're from Syria... im from Pakistan , im a muslim and live in the capital city of Pakistan...

Pakistan? Awesome! My Dad used to travel quite a lot on business. He'd tell me stories of Islamabad, I hope I spelt that correctly. I've only ever been to the UAE with my father and mother (before she passed). But, since the war it's been different. I like to read and travel. I listen to music to relax or when I feel panicky or anxious. What about you?

||+ مسا الورد بتوقيتي الفضائيي 👽 شسمه تم وصولي إلى البلاد UAE بس جي اسوي إعلان 🍻😂 اعرف ف ملايين مشتاقين لي الف خل انام وعقب بييكم

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مساء السعاده ♥️نورتي الامارات ✈️الحمدلله ع سلامه حبيبتي ونوم العوافي♥️

||+ مسا الورد بتوقيتي الفضائيي ? شسمه تم وصولي إلى البلاد UAE بس جي اسوي إعلان ?? اعرف ف ملايين مشتاقين لي الف خل انام وعقب بييكم

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مساء النور والسروور حبيبتي الحمدلله على السلامه??‍♀️?✨

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