I am interested in dialogue with you. I shall wait for your letter. I shall tell a little about myself. My name is Yuliya. I very much hope to meet that unique person who will love me and to respect. To me of 30 years, and I dream of family. I could not find such person, and now have decided to try to find such person in the Internet. I very romantic person. A supper at candles, walks on fresh air - I very much love it. I search for serious and strong relations which go in a marriage. Since the childhood I had aspiration to create family and in due course this desire began stronger. I feel that I am ready to a domestic life, and I want to create my own family! I very much love children. I have no children, but always wanted to have the boy and the girl from the favourite person. I the simple girl, am fond of a few sports. Very much I like to prepare. It is mine hobby. If it is interesting to you, I shall look forward to hearing from you to this address: I not so understand in computers, therefore I could not send you the photo but if you will answer me I shall necessarily send you the photo. I have told not all about myself, but it will be possible to you not interestingly, therefore I shall look forward to hearing from you. I hope, that my letter was not vain And we shall have chance to study each other closer. I with impatience shall wait for your letter.
Yours faithfully Yuliya
It is obvious from reading the above plea for my credit card number and expiration date that the message was definitely (and badly) translated from Russian, not any other language. I am touched. It's like a telegram from Tov. Putin himself!
If you could blow up the world with the flick of a switch Would you do it? Yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah If you could make everybody poor just so you could be rich Would you do it? Yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah
If you could watch everybody work while you just lay on your back Would you do it? Yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah If you could take all the love without giving any back Would you do it? Yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah
Turkmen President Promises Heaven to All Readers of His New Book
Turkmenistan’s president-for-life Saparmurat Niyazov announced on state television that anyone reading his philosophical work three times would be assured a place in heaven, AFP reported.
“Anyone who reads the Rukhnama three times will find spiritual wealth, will become more intelligent, will recognize the divine being and will go straight to heaven,” Niyazov said Monday.
The Turkmen leader said he had “called on Allah” while working on the two-volume book to ensure that enthusiastic readers would be given quicker access to heaven.
Niyazov, known as Turkmenbashi (Leader of the Turkmen Peoples), has set up a bizarre personality cult, including erecting gold statues of himself and his deceased parents in strategic spots across his largely-desert country.
The Rukhnama, a collection of philosophical and religious writings, is compulsory reading for schoolchildren and government officials across the former Soviet republic in Central Asia.