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Oh, btw, I am having too much fun in GM. I must stop.

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Hah I am seeing,BigJohn is such a tard

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Oh, btw, I am having too much fun in GM. I must stop.

I have given you my opinion on the matter.

It makes me sad though, they just go in there to make us feel less happy, less satisfied about a win or a record. I don't like Roger, but I don't go to his threads just to piss his fans and makes his achievements seem less relevant. It's just very mean an immature, makes me sad.
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Yeah. All you can do is laugh at them.

I've never understood it. God knows I've been bitter about some of the losses of my faves, but I just stay out of the match thread in that case.
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It's not even bitter Murray fans. Most belong to another fanbase.
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It's not even bitter Murray fans. Most belong to another fanbase.
Yeah. That's the funny part. The Murray fans have been quite reasonable for the most part.
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I did that for a while, then I realised that I would actually need to sort things out so it would fit comfortably!

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Just grab some clothes and put them inside a bag. easy thanks George
Did it in the end. Not as straightforward as that, but not too difficult either.

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Enough underwear and socks for each day. Belts. Couple slacks. Belt Couple pullovers (or jumpers as you strangely call them) Jacket. Shaving kit. deoderant. Toothbrush and paste.

roll the pullovers, underwear and socks. hang or fold slacks flat.

Done and dusted.

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The difficult bit is actually motivating myself to start the task in the first place. Also, all the folding of clothes is such a bore. Generally I like to just chuck all may clothes in without taking the time to fold them.

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It's done, that's what matters. when do you live? Which city/ies are you going to visit?
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Brussels.

Chess tournament.

I'm seriously disappointed in you.
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I just didn't know the city. because I have a close friend who also went to Belgium in December for a maths tournament (not a sudoku one).

I have to know everything? Forgive me?
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Did you read about this tragedy in Brazil? In a disco. It's just so sad, nothing we can do, these things happen every once in a while even if the discos follow all security measures.
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When they have only ONE exit, it makes it so much more dangerous. I know they do that so people can't sneak in, but still there need to be break away doors. Also sprinklers would be nice.

I feel so bad for the parents of those young people. Their whole families. It's not easy to lose a sibling either.
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It's just awful. But you know even if they had more than one exit, it could still happen. The chaos is terrible and it drives people crazy and they can't think properly. sprinklers though... I wonder if that is a requirement here in Portugal.. it should be.
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It's just awful. But you know even if they had more than one exit, it could still happen. The chaos is terrible and it drives people crazy and they can't think properly. sprinklers though... I wonder if that is a requirement here in Portugal.. it should be.
Yes. Fire in a crowded place is always dreadful. And then in a disco people have been drinking and aren't at their best anyway.

I know that dropping and crawling is the best thing to do, but I wonder about that technique in a crowd of people who are stampeding to a single door.

Really unless you are one of the first ones out, there is not much hope.
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There was this club/pub in Budapest, where all the ERASMUS students would go once a week on wednesdays. Nothing special really, the only special thing about it is that all the foreign students studying in Budapest for a year would go there, so it would feel familiar, talking to people in the same circumstances, sometimes even meeting people from your own country, etc.... It was like a basement.

One day I was looking around, and I realized, if there was a fire in that place, pretty much nobody would make it out of there, really, only one way out and you had to go up a narrow staircase, the walls were covered in wood. I didn't stop going there, but needless to say I was always worried.
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