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    Around 10 hours sleep per day do it for me. I'm...

    Around 10 hours sleep per day do it for me. I'm very unpleasant when I'm not fully rested, as most people are. I'd rather be a pleasant person with a relatively short life-span rather than an angry...
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    If that were the case, then Zanas would not be...

    If that were the case, then Zanas would not be known in folklore as beautiful, tall, wondrous creatures.
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    I never took this test, but it results that I am...

    I never took this test, but it results that I am ISTJ

    Introverted (I) 87.1% Extroverted (E) 12.9%
    Sensing (S) 54.05% Intuitive (N) 45.95%
    Thinking (T) 52.27% Feeling (F) 47.73%
    Judging (J)...
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    I think it's the same old issue: No European...

    I think it's the same old issue: No European citizen wants to work their posteriors off, pay taxes regularly, end up paying for less developed countries in the Balkans. I think Greece was never,...
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    This is good and all I guess, but I don't see why...

    This is good and all I guess, but I don't see why should the admins take such precautions - especially, provided I have the correct information, since there has been only one t.r.oll (give and take...
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    Indeed I am respected Taranis. Unfortunately, my...

    Indeed I am respected Taranis. Unfortunately, my tone of humor, to put it lightly, went unnoticed by some.
    In my opinion the respected how yes no has been exposed to some Serbian and now his...
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    Funny, I had one when I heard the reversed...

    Funny, I had one when I heard the reversed version of Stairway to Heaven. Damn you Satan, what are you thinking sneaking up like that on me and giving me the shivers??
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    Following the logic of the user "how yes no", I...

    Following the logic of the user "how yes no", I took the liberty to weave some similarities between Gaelic words and modern day Albanian language. I'm sure you will be perplexed by this uproarious...
  9. Thread: Illyria

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    You haven't ever stumbled upon any archaeological...

    You haven't ever stumbled upon any archaeological literature, have you? Never mind that, pray tell me how does the Mungo Lady correlate to anything we're discussing?
  10. Thread: Illyria

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    Personally I like both science and mythology, but...

    Personally I like both science and mythology, but I rarely blend the one with the other. And whenever or if I make such a bold statement as the one above, I always make sure that I have a lot of ...
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    A similar study in a University in France(maybe...

    A similar study in a University in France(maybe Lyon, I'm not sure) ensued the immediate dismissal of the said professors from their job positions. The study was about how black skinned Africans were...
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    Forgive me for skimming, I promise I will return...

    Forgive me for skimming, I promise I will return to some other outstanding posts in this topic.
    I must say this though, how come that WW2 ended the Great Depression? And wasn't the macabre 24th...
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    Or the Slavic word is a neologism based on...

    Or the Slavic word is a neologism based on Albanian language, which is by far more plausible both historically and linguistically.


    Props for the topic, I hope to get some free time on my hands...
  14. Thread: Northern Kosovo

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    In the Nothern part of Mitrovica there are...

    In the Nothern part of Mitrovica there are Albanian villages (who by the way have been frequently attacked by civilians Serbs throughout the last 10 years). Regarding the Serbian population there, it...
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    Poll: the champagne coupe?

    the champagne coupe?
  16. Thread: Fustanella

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    To be honest I don't see where this discussion...

    To be honest I don't see where this discussion could possibly lead us. You base your entire way of reasoning on the supposedly granted fact that everyone on the entire planet is illiterate, and...
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    Surely it is a jest.

    Surely it is a jest.
  18. Thread: Fustanella

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    Please re-check your facts, because on Book IV...

    Please re-check your facts, because on Book IV chapter VIII and page 154/book VI Ana Komnena clearly uses the word Αλβανοί. Greeks call Albanians with the name Arvanites, maybe you are confused by...
  19. Thread: Fustanella

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    Marko Boçari was killed in 1823 by Ottomans, not...

    Marko Boçari was killed in 1823 by Ottomans, not Albanian Muslims. And furthermore Marko Boçari is a national hero, praised by all Albanians alike. The claims you are presenting are incorrect,...
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    Poll: Linguistically speaking I agree that it is rather...

    Linguistically speaking I agree that it is rather difficult to prove an implicit connection between particularly Illyrian language and Albanian language, but if you are interested to read further on...
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    Poll: I am yet unsure on my final opinion regarding...

    I am yet unsure on my final opinion regarding this issue, however I cannot agree that I2a-Din is of Slavic origin.
    It is interesting to note that I2a-din is most frequent in Croatia and Bosnia, for...
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    A cropped article from an 'independent'...

    A cropped article from an 'independent' gazette(we don't know though, you failed to mention the name)? Seriously try to keep up. I have no intention to continue a discussion with a person who...
  23. Thread: Fustanella

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    Your argument, if one can call it such, is based...

    Your argument, if one can call it such, is based on historical inaccuracies. I am not informed on your general knowledge regarding the conversion of Albanians to Islam, however I can see you have...
  24. Thread: Fustanella

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    Friend, I believe we differ. There is nothing...

    Friend, I believe we differ. There is nothing worse than when a person identifies his nationality through religion and church.
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    As far as I'm aware modern day Bulgarians descend...

    As far as I'm aware modern day Bulgarians descend from Proto-bulgarians who swamped the Balkans around Vth century A.D. from their place of origin which is modern day Turkey (that being the period in...
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