(Accredited) Early modern military historian and lead guitarist. That's it.
I know more riffs than your boyfriend.
Okay so I've actually got a lot of feelings on this because I have quite a lot of Slavic friends/enemies/lovers.
Geographically yes, it's fairly Central, however in terms of politics and culture it looks like it is East, mainly due to the Iron Curtain and Cold War in recent memories, but I want to go before that
West Slavs as a whole don't really fit neatly into the West/East/Central dichotomy. Poland, Czechia, Slovakia and Hungary (not Slavic but still relevant) all fit into a niche where they are Catholic rather than Orthodox, Rome is more important to their heritage than Byzantium and use the Latin script rather than Cyrillic. Their architecture and music is more like Western Europe than East, too.
I will stress that in my opinion Central Europe is just Eastern Europe that was conquered by the Habsburgs rather than the Russians. In some cases, conquered by the Habsburgs, THEN the Russians.
Early modern religious warfare
Hey girlypop, I need guitar gift/upgrade advice. Dad's been using an acoustic $100 guitar I bought him >10 yrs ago. I was wondering for Xmas if I should get his guitar re-strung with nicer(if such a thing exists) strings? Is it worth restringing a cheap guitar or should I get him a new one? Idk idk, I just know he really likes to play it and would like to get him some kind of upgrade for Xmas. Do you have any advice/insights? Thx scottie
I'd absolutely go for getting new strings, all guitars should be re-strung every few months for optimal quality. I think if the acoustic was only 100 dollars and you got it around 10 years ago it might be nice to get a new one though, there are some decently affordable guitars that are just slightly more expensive than that, depending on your budget
What typa jet was it
Don't have a go at Arthur
Trade or Russian
I've watched Cathedral of the Sea, that's the only TV series made in Spain I can remember watching
So a paramilitary militia (not bandits, but former cops) decided to set fire to 35 buses and one train in the west zone of Rio (not where I live) after a police operation. Way more than bandits did and effectively stopping people's commute in a very populous area and during peak hours. Thoughts?
Paramilitaries are a crap shoot of being useful or irritating, looks like this one is the latter
Yes but you have to be critical and check the sources
You're also probably not going to get a deep understanding of a topic by just reading Wikipedia, there will be bits in books and articles that don't make it onto the wiki page
do you have a computer or laptop?
Damage Case by Motörhead
october is just a normal month for a scary and evil guy like me
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