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в зоне АТО ситуация не претерпела существенных изменений, боевики продолжали обстрелы украинских позиций. Пресс-центр штаба АТО: один украинский воин погиб, получил смертельное пулевое ранение. Наблюдатели миссии ОБСЕ зафиксировали вблизи оккупированного Луганска огневые позиции, блиндажи и траншеи, недавно оборудованные или еще строятся у с.Долгое. Также наблюдатели зафиксировали в неподконтрольном с. Мирное за пределами выделенных мест хранения большое количество вооружения и военной техники. Карта АТО на 24 вересня

Визит Порошенко в Торонто подтвердил стратегическую поддержку Украины Канадой.

Украина выдвинула четкие требования о том, что среди миротворцев даже духу русского быть не должно, ибо агрессор по определению не может быть миротворцем. Штаты полностью поддержали план Украины и отвергли любые корректировки со стороны Москвы. Мало того, Вашингтон заявил о готовности финансировать миротворческий контингент. То же самое заявил и президент Франции

Сумма иска НАК "Нафтогаз Украина" и шести его дочерних компаний против РФ в трибунал при Постоянной палате Третейского Суда в Гааге с процентами составляет около $7 миллиардов. Это консервативная оценка международных экспертов рыночной ценности утраченных активов. Сюда относятся и производственные активы нашей дочерней компании "Черноморнефтегаз", и газ в подземном хранилищах на Крыме, и активы других дочерних компаний "Нафтогаза"

Як в Україні ничегониделаеца. Частина 113 (огляд)
Як в Україні ничегониделаеца. Частина 114 (огляд)

Во исполнение требований Закона Украины «О внесении изменений в некоторые законы Украины относительно защиты информационного телерадиопросторуУкраины» Служба безопасности Украины предоставила Министерству культуры список деятелей культуры, действия которых создают угрозу национальной безопасности Украины.

В общий доступ попала официальная переписка, в которой речь идет о нарушении закона при проведении тендерных торгов на реконструкцию детского лагеря "Виктория". ГФИ рекомендовала отменить результаты торгов. Тендерная документация также была оформлена с нарушениями. Мэр Одессы Труханов все эти факты проигнорировал и доверил сомнительным компаниям реконструкцию лагеря. По данным СМИ, на коррупционную реконструкцию "Виктории" в итоге было выделено более 60 млн. грн., а система пожарной сигнализации, которая так и осталась нерабочей, по документам была оплачена дважды. Однозначным остается факт личной ответственности одесского городского головы

Буряты в Украине Ничего личного, просто деньги (осторожно, мат на мате). Мочить украинцев за хорошие денежки и не задумываться, мне пох, я ж азиат

В Донецке взорвали машину так называемого министра доходов и сборов "ДНР"

ФОНД. Я знаю, що у Канберрі живуть українці. І знаю я це вже три з половиною роки, і знаю я це так чітко - як чітко завжди приходить звідти допомога. репост теж допомога

 


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И рухнул русский Ювенал у позлащенных шпор!

- "Ну, негодяй, - промолвил царь и золотом осыпал -
Пошто заставил ты меня столь много пережить?"

...Вот как было в прежни годы,
Когда не было свободы!

Театральная Хроника, М., 2017


Обсуждая культурную жизнь Метрополии, Главред с Главцензором пришли к выводу: лучшее описание было уже дано в 1984 году (нет, не Оруэлл). Кто не любит читать, пожалуйте авторскую аудиоверсию.

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Sep. 24th, 2017 07:27 am[personal profile] otkaznik1
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Еще про Швыдкова и его «Агору». В телевизионных программах Швыдкова, таких как «Культурная революция» и «Агора», всегда привлекала внимание нарочитая и вполне понятная его манера уходить от точной постановки вопросов. Точная постановка превращала бы развлекательную передачу в научную дискуссию, делая ее для массового зрителя скучной и неинтересной. Оставаясь в поле полу- или вовсе неопределенных смыслов, участники и слушатели имеют возможность фантазировать на предложенную тему, иногда вовсе с нее соскакивая. Пользу от такого «импрессионизма» я вижу в том, что иногда он подталкивает к полезным размышлениям.
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Posted by Dan Mitchell

Whenever someone accuses me of being too dogmatically opposed to government, I tell them that I only got 94 out of 160 possible points when I took Professor Bryan Caplan’s Libertarian Purity Quiz.

That’s barely 70 percent, which makes it seem like I’m some sort of squishy moderate even though I have a nice list of government departments and agencies I want to abolish.

And whenever someone accuses me of being insufficiently opposed to government, I point out that my score on Professor Caplan’s quiz is good enough – albeit just barely – for me to be categorized as a hard-core libertarian.

So does this mean I’m a principled moderate, if such a creature even exists?

Actually, it simply means that I’m not an “anarcho-capitalist,” which is the term for people who think all government can be abolished (sort of like the “more libertarian than thou” character in this amusing list of the 24 types of libertarians). If you want to get a perfect score on the Libertarian Purity Quiz, you have to favor abolishing the Department of Defense, the court system, and every other vestige of government.

That being said, I like that there are people pushing the envelope for more liberty. And I tell my anarcho-capitalist friends that we should all work together to get rid of 90 percent of government and then we can quibble over the rest.

Moreover, when I spoke earlier this year at the conference celebrating the 2nd-anniversary of Liberland, I pointed out that there are plenty of examples of how the private sector successfully carries out functions that most people think can only be handled by government.

Which leads me to the focus of today’s column. The U.K.-based Guardian has a fascinating story about a very successful Nigerian church.

The Redeemed Christian Church of God’s international headquarters in Ogun state has been transformed from a mere megachurch to an entire neighbourhood, with departments anticipating its members’ every practical as well as spiritual need. A 25-megawatt power plant with gas piped in from the Nigerian capital serves the 5,000 private homes on site, 500 of them built by the church’s construction company. New housing estates are springing up every few months where thick palm forests grew just a few years ago.

To most people, this story is probably interesting because of what it says about Nigeria and religion.

But since I’m a wonky libertarian, what grabbed my attention was the fact that the church – for all intents and purposes – was building an anarcho-capitalist society.

Education is provided, from creche to university level. The Redemption Camp health centre has an emergency unit and a maternity ward. …“If you wait for the government, it won’t get done,” says Olubiyi. So the camp relies on the government for very little – it builds its own roads, collects its own rubbish, and organises its own sewerage systems. And being well out of Lagos, like the other megachurches’ camps, means that it has little to do with municipal authorities. …according to the head of the power plant, the government sends the technicians running its own stations to learn from them. …the camp’s security is mostly provided by its small army of private guards in blue uniforms.

To be sure, it’s not a purely anarcho-capitalist society. The Nigerian government still has ultimate power to enforce laws.

But from a practical, day-to-day perspective, the church has set up a private city governed by private contract and voluntary cooperation. Sort of a Nigerian version of Galt’s Gulch.

And it’s definitely worth pointing out that it is far more successful than traditional Nigerian cities (and it sounds like it works better than many American cities!).

P.S. Anarcho-capitalism is susceptible to satire, as you can see from this clever video about Somalia and this ad for libertarian breakfast cereal.


Posted by David Rutz

Sen. Cory Booker (D., N.J.) dodged a question about his rumored White House bid in 2020, telling MSNBC's Al Sharpton they could talk about the future later.

After an interview airing Sunday delving into the health care fight on Capitol Hill, criminal justice reform and the future of the DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) program, Sharpton snuck in a question about Booker's future.

"Are you going to run for president in 2020?" Sharpton asked.

"Well, listen man, these days I feel like I'm running from the president, not for the presidency," Booker said. "I've got to focus on what New Jersey elected me to do. That's three years away. I'm going to be the best senator I can be and not be afraid to call out injustice when I see it, no matter what happens. So I am where I am right now. Let's you and I talk about the future in years to come."

"Good duck," Sharpton said. "I tried to take a try."

Booker recently signed onto the single-payer health care plan sponsored by Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) along with other rumored 2020 hopefuls like Sens. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) and Kamala Harris (D., Calif.).

Booker won a special election for his Senate seat in 2013 and was then re-elected in 2014.

The post Booker Dodges Question on Whether He’s Running for President: ‘That’s Three Years Away’ appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.

Posted by (@realDonaldTrump)

...NFL attendance and ratings are WAY DOWN. Boring games yes, but many stay away because they love our country. League should back U.S.

Posted by (@realDonaldTrump)

If NFL fans refuse to go to games until players stop disrespecting our Flag & Country, you will see change take place fast. Fire or suspend!

Zhang Xuanzheng

Sep. 24th, 2017 02:32 pm[personal profile] levkonoe
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Еврейский погром иным манером

Оказывается, накануне Рош ха-Шана неизвестные вломились в монастырь в Бейт-Джамаль (рядом с Бейт-Шемешем), поломали там какую-то мебель и побили стёкла. Ну, в каком смысле сообщается, - в ивритские газеты это не попало, чуть-чуть можно найти в английских и русских источниках, со ссылкой на одно и то же заявление одного и того же клерика с приложением одной и той же фотографии (неприятно, безусловно, но на час уборки). В новостях по радио не было ничего (замалчивают, гады). Полиция, как водится, предполагает hate crime, предполагает непременных еврейских экстремистов...

Вот только несколько нюансов остаётся. Конечно, рядом находится Бейт-Шемеш с его известными всем харедим-ультрас-хулиганами, которые и в девочек плюют, и баки мусорные жгут, и чего только не вытворяют. "Свиные" русские магазины громили, поджигали, - но всё только у себя. И девочки еврейские, и баки еврейские, и магазины в еврейском городе, которые содержат евреи. И всё это - мерзость, требующая немедленного исправления.

А вот как там живут гои, - харедим-ультрас насрать с высокой колокольни/минарета, это их не волнует ни в малейшей степени. Я не помню ни одного случая, чтоб они в чём-то подобном были замечены. И ещё один нюанс, - монастырь подвергается подобным атакам уже в третий раз, и всё никак злоумышленников не найдут. Учитывая национальные традиции, можно было бы скорее заподозрить спор хозяйствующих субъектов. Ну, и уж совсем в последнюю очередь, - у ревностных мусульман есть не меньше причин осквернять христианские святыни, а традиций и опыта в этом благом деле - несопоставимо больше.

Все эти нюансы, разумеется, совершенно не заботят добрых православных христиан. В следующий раз, когда вам будут рассказывать, что у русских (а особенно у добрых прихожан) нет антисемитизма, это всё бандерофашисты, - посмотрите в комментарии сюда и признайте свою неправоту. Ихтамнет, как сказано в Писании.

Joseph Burgess

Sep. 24th, 2017 01:10 pm[personal profile] levkonoe
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Многовато мопсов, как по-моему. Но печечка интересная.

Posted by Bill McMorris

A union advocacy group is hiring an independent contractor to spearhead its campaign to raise the minimum wage for tipped workers despite its past criticism of businesses for using independent contractors.

The Restaurant Opportunities Center (ROC), a nonprofit worker center that advocates for labor interests in the food service industry, posted classified ads to LinkedIn and Idealist.org in search of a campaign manager to push legislation boosting the minimum wage for tipped workers in New York.

While the LinkedIn post describes the position as "entry level," the Idealist post says candidates must be "an experienced legislative advocate [who will] live and breathe this campaign from now until the end of the New York State legislative session." Both emphasize that the worker will be classified as an independent contractor, rather than a full time employee.

"We are looking to contract a legislative campaign manager immediately through June 2018 to manage ROC–NY and coalition's One Fair Wage state legislative policy campaign," the Idealist post says. "The ideal candidate would hardly need to read this job description, because she knows what it means to run a legislative campaign in New York State."

The organization has been critical of companies that consider their workers as independent contractors, arguing that the classification is used to deny them job security and benefits.

ROC endorsed a Washington, D.C., bill targeting wage theft by noting that independent contractors "are not entitled to the same minimum wage, overtime, and other protections as employees." It also contributed to a 2015 report from the National Employment Law Project, a liberal legal non-profit connected to the dark money Democracy Alliance, which has frequently criticized independent contractors for denying workers "core workplace protections" and a "safety net when unemployed or injured on the job." It argued that businesses go to great lengths to treat their workers as independent contractors "to avoid liability for employment law violations, or to avoid paying payroll taxes and insurance premiums."

Labor watchdogs said the posting demonstrated the group's hypocrisy. Michael Saltsman, managing director for the pro-free market Employment Policies Institute, which opposes minimum wage increases, said the group has a history of treating its workers poorly. He pointed to a 2013 lawsuit in which eight former ROC employees filed suit against the organization for failing to pay them.

"ROC has a history of ‘do as I say, not as I do' hypocrisy, having been previously sued by its own employees for failure to pay minimum wage," he said.

ROC did not respond to request for comment about the campaign and the job posting.

Minimum wage hikes have proved popular at the state level in recent years with massive campaigns waged by the Fight for 15 movement and the Service Employees International Union.

Voters in a number of red states have passed ballot initiatives raising the minimum wage for workers well above the $7.25 federal rate. However, the push for wage hikes in the restaurant industry, in which tips drive worker pay, has been less enthusiastic. Maine lawmakers in June reversed the portion of a state ballot initiative that would have mandated a $12 minimum wage for both tipped and non-tipped workers after vocal opposition from restaurant workers.

Saltsman said the opposition from workers, as well as employers, is probably why ROC is offering to pay "up to $10,000" a month for its independent contractor in New York.

"This hypocrisy is just the latest embarrassment for ROC's founder Saru Jayaraman, after servers in Maine joined with a bipartisan group of legislators to reject her anti-tipping agenda," Saltsman said.

 

The post Labor Group Accused of Hypocrisy for Independent Contractor Posting appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.

Posted by Micah Meadowcroft

There is a part of me that would like to be able to laugh about the—legally speaking probably imminent but temporally speaking still a ways off—proposed Dwight D. Eisenhower Memorial.

It is, after all, to be built between the Lyndon Baines Johnson Department of Education building and the John F. Kennedy-venerating Smithsonian Air and Space Museum, in earshot of the carousel on the National Mall that plays ice cream truck music forever. Designed by Frank Gehry with an estimated cost of some $150 million, it is supposed to include 8 enormous columns, 10 feet in diameter and 80 feet tall, standing about huge and erect, clad in limestone, like some sort of over-enthusiastic temple complex for Osiris or—as others have described them more delicately—missile silos, or smokestacks, or bad jokes about Ike's interstate highway system.

Suspended by some of the pillars will be a vast steel net, 440 feet long, asking to be called a tapestry with tangles of wire standing in for embroidery. Steel nets should catch F/A-18 Hornets but this will probably just catch birds and plastic grocery bags and, one hopes for visibility's sake, an occasional glimmer of sunlight amidst clouded, gray buildings.

Though incongruity is the essence of jokes, what all this incongruity means is that when parents bring their children to see the U.S. memorial of the Supreme Allied Commander and liberator of Western Europe, they will wander through a strange garden, loomed over by pillars and muddled mesh. And that is no laughing matter.

As Justin Shubow, president of the National Civic Art Society, said at a press conference Wednesday, "this is an entirely inappropriate memorial for a great president; it is a travesty, and it must be stopped."

A final, superficial design change to the Gehry memorial, a new image for the "tapestry," was approved by the U.S. Commission of Fine Arts Wednesday morning. Example portions of the weave were on display outside the LBJ building. The National Civic Arts Society organized a press conference to castigate the decision, the design, and the cable mess hanging from a crane above construction workers who seemed uncertain of why they were still on the scene.

Close look at the wires of the "tapestry" / NCAS

"Up close it looks like a tangled rat's nest, and we predict that it will rust over time," Shubow said. "You could see already what they call ‘rouging' at the wells, discoloration—it looks pretty bad already and it's just brand new."

The next step in the protracted bureaucratic ordeal bringing this sprawl to life is the approval by the National Capital Planning Commission of the new tapestry design. The commission's chairman, L. Preston Bryant Jr., told me a staff recommendation will be made public September 29. Bryant emphasized that the NCPC is primarily concerned with material considerations, rather than aesthetic, and that they have already given final approval for Gehry's overall design. They will only be voting to approve the change to the tapestry.

Which means that if the Gehry design is to be scrapped and something more like a monument and less like a disappointing sculpture garden is to be built, it will be up to Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke to decline to sign off on the project, on his own judgment or by direction of President Trump.

As it stands, Normans wishing to pay their respects with a salute, as I have seen their school children taught to in the cemetery at Omaha beach, will have to pick out one of three relatively small statues of Eisenhower placed about the four-acre sprawl. In contrast, you cannot get lost in or miss the Lincoln Memorial, which is only half that size and restrains itself to just one, admittedly enormous, statue.

The Eisenhower Memorial will, in the immortal words of Patrick Swayze, put baby in a corner: A statue of Ike as a young man will sit on a cube near the intersection of 6th St and Independence Ave. SW, while the other two statues, Ike the president and Ike the general, will stand somewhat more focally beneath the steel netting. But barring a map telling them there is something to see here, tourists and commuters spilling forth from nearby L'Enfant Plaza Metro will wander beneath the vast steel mesh twixt towering columns on their way elsewhere and only perhaps pause for a moment to register a statue or three and maybe even realize who it is.

Model of the memorial design, circa 2016 / Eisenhower Memorial Commission

The "tapestry," the real focus of the design, has changed much over the memorial's troubled development. It was at one point to be a landscape from Ike's native Abilene, Kansas, to go with the Ike as barefoot boy statue Gehry had originally wanted to emphasize. The Eisenhower family objected to this discarding of the man's accomplishments and so the scrim was changed to depict, in the words of Bruce Cole, a President Obama-appointed member of the Eisenhower Memorial Commission and longtime objector to Gehry's design, "a barely recognizable depiction of the Normandy beaches, not at D-Day, but inexplicably today." Upon further debate and concern about legibility and transparency and durability from various corners and committees, that design has been further changed to something called the "Cliffs of Pointe du Hoc," which means that if you squint it might look like you're close to some rocks.

"I and hundreds of others consider this design not befitting of Ike's modesty and sense of decorum," Cole said.

To illustrate Eisenhower's sense of decorum, the National Civic Art Society's chairman Marion Smith quoted from Ike's 1962 remarks at the dedication of his presidential library: "Do you think that America has advanced morally as we have materially? When we see our very art forms so changed that we seem to have forgotten the works of Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci … is this improvement? What has happened to our concept of beauty and decency and morality?"

Catesby Leigh, art and architecture critic, described the design as entirely missing the formal resolution and symbolic focus found in Washington's great monuments, and more a memorial theme park than a memorial in a park. "In commemorative art, symbolism involves the distillation of great personalities, events, or ideals in formally resonant, spatially compact, essentially non-narrative forms," Leigh said. "The further away we get from symbolically oriented design the further we stray into the swamp of memorial sprawl. Mr. Gehry's design is exhibit A."

No joke.

The post A Whole Tapestry of Mess appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.

Posted by Charles Fain Lehman

"Medical care is the next cyber warfare," technologist Janine Medina explained Thursday at a panel on the cybersecurity problems posed by the emerging prevalence of internet-connected medical and body-embedded devices.

Medina appeared alongside several other panelists at the Atlantic Council to discuss how "Internet of Bodies" (IoB) devices could pose security challenges requiring novel regulatory solutions. The conversation comes in the context of several high-profile attacks using Internet of Things-related devices, as well as the major leak of collected personal information after the hacking of credit-rating agency Equifax in July. According to Medina, as well as co-panelist Andrea Matwyshyn, the increasing incorporation of Internet of Things devices into human bodies, especially for medical purposes, exposes new risks for which individuals, corporations, and the government are insufficiently prepared.

The so-called "Internet of Things" (IoT) refers to the trove of internet-enabled devices beyond one's laptop: the internet-connected car or thermostat or alarm clock. One analysis suggests there are now some 8.4 billion IoT devices, projected to grow to 20.4 billion by 2020.

Among these devices, Matwyshyn explained, are an increasing number of body-related tools, both medical and not. These may be as insignificant as fitness trackers like FitBit, or as complicated as the antenna that artist Neil Harbisson had implanted directly into his skull in order to "hear" color.

The increasing prevalence of body-connected devices prompted Matwyshyn to develop her concept of the Internet of Bodies, referring to all of the internet-connected bodily devices, from heart monitors to pacemakers. As medicine and recreation both grow to increasingly depend on internet-connected body devices, she said, it will face novel legal and security challenges.

"The legal and technological challenges of the Internet of Things will transfer into this Internet of Bodies," Matwyshyn said, "particularly the challenges we've faced with respect to rampant security vulnerabilities in the Internet of Things."

These vulnerabilities include the ease of IoT devices being appropriated by hackers into so-called botnets, which can be used to contribute enormous amounts of processing power to attacks on websites. Last October, the Mirai botnet attack temporarily took down major sites including Twitter, Spotify, and PayPal primarily using a "swarm" of IoT devices. Other vulnerabilities include internet-connected devices susceptible to ransomware attacks, like the WannaCry infection that infected more than 200,000 computers in May.

The IoB, however, poses particular security challenges beyond those inherent in more mundane IoT devices. "The Internet of Bodies will for the first time mean that software will start causing physical harm to human bodies with some regularity, and this is a new step for law in particular to deal with, and to resolve the harms that will result from that," Matwyshyn explained. Hacking of a toaster is one thing; hacking of a liver, something else entirely.

It is not entirely clear which actors would take advantage of the vulnerabilities inherent in the IoB, at least according to the panel's response to a question from the Free Beacon on the topic.

"Ultimately, any vulnerability can be exploited by anyone who can write the code, regardless of what their intentions are," Matwyshyn explained. She emphasized that minimizing vulnerabilities in IoB devices is essential, given the possibility of misuse by individuals and states alike.

With the ways the IoB could be misused still unclear, federal trade commissioner and panel member Terrell McSweeny argued, oversight from regulators is more important than ever.

"I think the FTC has been doing a terrific job with the existing authority that it has, doing the best that it can do to try to protect consumers in our increasingly connected economy and world, but I think it needs additional authorities," McSweeny said.

She called for comprehensive privacy legislation to better secure individuals' private medical information and other data collected by devices; clear regulatory lines drawn around what data can and cannot be used for; and a recognition that different regulators will need to collaborate, because the solutions for IoB devices are different from the solutions for driverless cars.

"And I think we need civil penalty authority," McSweeny added, "because I think we need a bigger stick."

The post Experts Say Medical Care Next Big Cyber Threat appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.

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 По примеру уважаемой [livejournal.com profile] maiorova публикую список самых забавных опечаток.

вполхуа (вполуха то есть. слушал вполуха)
дискусися (что-то я все об одном и том же; впрочем, в оправдание себе скажу, что перевожу сейчас Алису Шелдон, а она та еще затейница)
инопланетятин (тятя, тятя, наши сети притащили Чужака!)

Leif Madsen

Sep. 24th, 2017 10:57 am[personal profile] levkonoe
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"Его неправильно собрали рептилоиды", - отмечается в комментарии к фото.



коррекция

Sep. 23rd, 2017 11:53 pm[personal profile] lxe
lxe: (Disruptor)
"город (край, штат) напуганных идиотов"
Был очень занят на этой неделе, не успел сказать. Но это вот Остров Нового Года (Año Nuevo Island). На нём несколько заброшенных зданий, и он весь усеян слоновьими тюленями, морскими львами и разными псисами. Потом подробнее.



А пока:

новогойдняя к'ичалка (иврит)

аборигены съели кука
вся перемелется мука
мне представляется тут вот какая штука
шана това уметука

возьмём закон допустим Гука
он не переоткрыт пока
видать умеет всё же гитики наука
шана това уметука

вон Робин Гуд монаха Тука
несёт домой из кабака
они живя в лесу всегда поймут друг друга
шана това уметука

мой бедный брат наевшись лука
прилёг вздремнуть у камелька
текут века но боже мой какая скука
шана това уметука

Корнелий Шнапс свой крюк профукал
лишился походя крюка
но так же мелодично свищет и кантату он и фугу
шана това уметука

не догоняет Бяку Бука
и время накатить пивка
видна одна родная сторона моя разлука
шана това уметука

давно уж Гек забыл про Чука
лиса хомячит Колобка
но славит Господа здесь каждая пичуга
шана това уметука

жизнь происходит из белка - шана това уметука
купил базуку без курка - шана това уметука
плывут по небу облака - шана това уметука
лягушка хвалит паука - шана това уметука
коты сигают из мешка - шана това уметука
идут занятия кружка - шана това уметука
в степи согрели ямщика - шана това уметука
достаточно толста кишка - шана това уметука
защищены от дурака - шана това уметука
даёт корова молока - шана това уметука
схватили за рога быка - шана това уметука
издалека течёт река - шана това уметука
мы здесь живём ещё пока - шана това уметука!
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