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nikoPlegueWhat's the matter with Georgia recently? Sorry, I'm just uninformedcome here and stay for exactly 1 hour and you will most probably develop a mental illness

Okay but what is happening? I can develop a mental illness in France too depending on the circumstances

[quote=niko][quote=Plegue]What's the matter with Georgia recently? Sorry, I'm just uninformed[/quote]
come here and stay for exactly 1 hour and you will most probably develop a mental illness[/quote]
Okay but what is happening? I can develop a mental illness in France too depending on the circumstances
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PleguenikoPlegueWhat's the matter with Georgia recently? Sorry, I'm just uninformedcome here and stay for exactly 1 hour and you will most probably develop a mental illnessOkay but what is happening? I can develop a mental illness in France too depending on the circumstances

can't really explain you would just have to see for yourself.

[quote=Plegue][quote=niko][quote=Plegue]What's the matter with Georgia recently? Sorry, I'm just uninformed[/quote]
come here and stay for exactly 1 hour and you will most probably develop a mental illness[/quote]
Okay but what is happening? I can develop a mental illness in France too depending on the circumstances[/quote]

can't really explain you would just have to see for yourself.
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#33
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Very fruitful conversation thank you very much, have a nice day.

Very fruitful conversation thank you very much, have a nice day.
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asking someone in georgia to explain why their country is bad is the height of western ignorance and privilege

asking someone in georgia to explain why their country is bad is the height of western ignorance and privilege
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torrit3asking someone in georgia to explain why their country is bad is the height of western ignorance and privilege

now just hold on a second what in the hell is wrong with dixie?

[quote=torrit3]asking someone in georgia to explain why their country is bad is the height of western ignorance and privilege[/quote]
now just hold on a second what in the hell is wrong with dixie?
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PlegueVery fruitful conversation thank you very much, have a nice day.

its just hell man, this place can turn the most happy and the most motivated person to the most depressed person in a matter of days, you just can't do anything man

[quote=Plegue]Very fruitful conversation thank you very much, have a nice day.[/quote]

its just hell man, this place can turn the most happy and the most motivated person to the most depressed person in a matter of days, you just can't do anything man
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#37
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torrit3asking someone in georgia to explain why their country is bad is the height of western ignorance and privilege

Asking what's wrong is ignorance? My dictionary is outdated it seems

I'm genuinely curious but never got a concrete answer other than what this person's emotions are

[quote=torrit3]asking someone in georgia to explain why their country is bad is the height of western ignorance and privilege[/quote]
Asking what's wrong is ignorance? My dictionary is outdated it seems

I'm genuinely curious but never got a concrete answer other than what this person's emotions are
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Pleguetorrit3asking someone in georgia to explain why their country is bad is the height of western ignorance and privilegeAsking what's wrong is ignorance? My dictionary is outdated it seems

I'm genuinely curious but never got a concrete answer other than what this person's emotions are

ok one concrete answer for you here we go : poverty, extreme poverty if you will

[quote=Plegue][quote=torrit3]asking someone in georgia to explain why their country is bad is the height of western ignorance and privilege[/quote]
Asking what's wrong is ignorance? My dictionary is outdated it seems

I'm genuinely curious but never got a concrete answer other than what this person's emotions are[/quote]
ok one concrete answer for you here we go : poverty, extreme poverty if you will
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Pleguetorrit3asking someone in georgia to explain why their country is bad is the height of western ignorance and privilegeAsking what's wrong is ignorance? My dictionary is outdated it seems

I'm genuinely curious but never got a concrete answer other than what this person's emotions are

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[quote=Plegue][quote=torrit3]asking someone in georgia to explain why their country is bad is the height of western ignorance and privilege[/quote]
Asking what's wrong is ignorance? My dictionary is outdated it seems

I'm genuinely curious but never got a concrete answer other than what this person's emotions are[/quote]
[img]https://static.wikia.nocookie.net/bigbangtheory/images/b/be/Curie10.jpg[/img]
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nikook one concrete answer for you here we go : poverty, extreme poverty if you will

To clarify for some - this is the end result of almost every ex-soviet country:
1. A population divided in 2 - The older generation dreaming for the days of socialism when they felt "secure", and the newer generation looking at the west;
2. An absolute crash of the economics, the extent of which is very prominent to this day.
3. Many other fucked up things, indeed

I hope the fact that your country is not the only one that suffers from the consequences of a regime that has ended more than 30 years ago makes you feel a little bit better. A way out is to save up enough money and shoot for the stars, go to uni in the west and find a job to be self-sustained. You will miss your family and your country regardless, and that's fine. It comes the point in life where you still want to be the innocent young yourself, but you have to take responsibilities too. It sucks, but you get used to it and it gets better. I've kind of gone through it

Not a lot of people here will understand you simply because this is a gaming forum. And frankly, almost everyone has it better than me and you. They don't know what it really means to starve for days and have nothing to do about it, and thankfully so. In a few years time when you are more financially secure, you will look back at those times as a challenge in life that you overcame. And that's how you improve and change your mindset, the way you think about everyone and everything, and hopefully you will look back at your younger self with maybe a drop of shame - that's how you know you are a better person today.

[quote=niko]
ok one concrete answer for you here we go : poverty, extreme poverty if you will[/quote]
To clarify for some - this is the end result of almost every ex-soviet country:
1. A population divided in 2 - The older generation dreaming for the days of socialism when they felt "secure", and the newer generation looking at the west;
2. An absolute crash of the economics, the extent of which is very prominent to this day.
3. Many other fucked up things, indeed

I hope the fact that your country is not the only one that suffers from the consequences of a regime that has ended more than 30 years ago makes you feel a little bit better. A way out is to save up enough money and shoot for the stars, go to uni in the west and find a job to be self-sustained. You will miss your family and your country regardless, and that's fine. It comes the point in life where you still want to be the innocent young yourself, but you have to take responsibilities too. It sucks, but you get used to it and it gets better. I've kind of gone through it

Not a lot of people here will understand you simply because this is a gaming forum. And frankly, almost everyone has it better than me and you. They don't know what it really means to starve for days and have nothing to do about it, and thankfully so. In a few years time when you are more financially secure, you will look back at those times as a challenge in life that you overcame. And that's how you improve and change your mindset, the way you think about everyone and everything, and hopefully you will look back at your younger self with maybe a drop of shame - that's how you know you are a better person today.
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