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Poland is like Ethiopia. Only droughts and floods. This general thesis deserves further explaination, with pointing a few exceptions. Their droughts and floods come during dry season and rain season, our weather anomalies happen only during the wanna-be “dry season”, colloquially called “summer”. The other year periods are normally fulfilled with snow, but we have to remember there are different kinds of snow: snowing snow, melting snow, snow between the mud, light cover of snow on the slippery ice. Ethiopia doesn't suffer of it, but the inhabitants of that one of the poorest world's country are more liable to suffer of crocodiles, who show up together with leveling up water. In Poland, we might not have the crocodiles, but we do have equally harmful politicians who love to express their populist slogans with every more or less serious natural calamity.The target is to show people “they” are bad, “we” are good. It's the story repeating after every election, people get more and more annoyed or misguided, so they choose to not to vote at all. The poor election attendance fluctuates around 30-40%. Citizens usually don't have doubts. They are all “them”. If to organize some questionnaires of mood between people in both countries, the ones living in Poland would probably turn out as unhappier. Maybe it's because Ethiopian sportsmen always bring home a rain of golden medals in athletics. We didn't have a single one at last European Champs in Goeteborg. Anyway the number one sport in Poland is now Formula One because the name gives the number of Polish drivers in it. With Robert Kubica's debut all those who gathered exceptional information on ski-jumping at the times of Adam Małysz, are now the biggest Formula One experts. Polish government doesn't sacrifice money to sport, completely forgetting that athletes are better diplomats and can do more for the country than sad men in suits, with moustaches, located in different kinds of “cultural attachats” around the globe. In Ethiopia, you can find close connections between sport and politics. At least in the naming branch, to compare their ex emperor Haile Selassie with their best athlete Haile Gebreselassie. Sounds a bit familiar, but actually, when it comes to family, Poland is the kind of a country where the president is named Lech Kaczyński while the Prime Minister is called Jarosław Kaczyński, and yes, they are brothers, to remove all the doubts, and they are twin brothers to make it more ridiculous. They are both midgets – on the contrary, to make it sound serious. One of the most serious fact from their life contains the main roles in the film “About those two who stole the moon” based on a popular book for children. Last year different kind of Polish politicians were going to Ukraine to help to organize the “Orange Revolution”. Ethiopia is sending now army to Somalia to remove local version of talibs. For the Ethiopians, the power holders of Somalia and Eritrea are considered inferior. For the Poles, the biggest world's dumbasses are in their own country, I mean the English teachers. Why? Because they can speak English but haven't emigrated yet to UK to sell beer in the pubs, as the number of our doctors, lawyers, psychologists etc. already has done.
 

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Reading the papers, looks like the rest of EU is not too happy with the conservative-nationalistic Kaczinsky bros. But maybe the people will get something to celebrate soon: I heard Adam is coming back strong in the ski jumping circuit! :)
 

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Bogdan "The Wizard" Wołkowski is another Polish superstar btw. www.wizardshow.com is his website.
He's a brilliant trickshot artist and I'm sure most people have seen him on Eurosport already. The shot with the three bottles is great for example. Too bad he's not a billard/snooker player, but only doing the trickshots.
Wołkowski > Adam M.
 

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Thank you for all the nice comments, and yeah I know mr Wolkowski (not in person). But he is not popular here.
 
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