― chaki, Thursday, 14 February 2008 08:28 (twelve years ago) link
who are those dbags?
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holy crap, more photos here
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good advice. thanks
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Dracula Theme Corporate Team Building
Our thematic corporate team building will help your organization improve performance and your employees become more effective. Together with our partner, Extreme Training, we work to remove or overcome inhibitors in team work, benefiting from a subtle blend of history and mythology with creative games, good food, comfortable accommodation and excitement. Extreme Training is an experienced training and team building company, that organized team building programs to Hewlett Packard, Oracle, HDS-Inmedio, Ford, Petrom, Alix Avien Cosmetics, Cefin, TRW Automotive, The British Embassy in Bucharest, Eurocasa Estate, to name just a few.
Dracula Corporate Team Building will be accustomed to your needs and expectations. In order to make an offer, we will need at least the following details from you:
* the number of people * the expected time period * the type of location you prefer (more quite/more dynamic) * the group's age range * the profile of your company * the objectives of the team building * contact details * any other relevant information
Dracula Team Building will ideally contain 2 days of team building activities and games indoor and/or outdoor. These will be followed by 3 days of travel and soft team building exercises. Your group will visit the five locations related to the life of Vlad Dracula Tepes (the Impaler): Sighisoara, his birth place; Poenari Fortress, his place of refuge; Bran Castle, the place where he was imprisoned; Targoviste, his royal court; and Snagov Monastery, the place his headless body is presumably buried.
Our thematic team buildings can be organized throughout the year.
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Next weekend will be Vampire weekend in Sofia, Bulgaria
11 June 2012 | The vampire skeleton, found days ago in Bulgaria, will be on display from the coming weekend in Sofia, National History Museum’s Director Bozhidar Dimitrov announced. “Under tight security, the skeleton was transferred on Sunday to the Museum, to great relief of the Sozopol grannies,” said Dimirtov, who is known for his eccentric and challenging media appearances. He said the discovered human remnants would be examined by an anthropologist and put on display as from this weekend.
“To those who worry that the skeleton will bring misfortunes to Sofia and its citizen we should say, that he was disposed as early as in the Middle Ages, when his chest was pierced with a metal rod. In this sense he is as harmless as a used projectile.” Dimitrov said.
The skeleton was found last week in the Black sea town of Sozopol and according to the historians it reflects a pagan practice, common in many local villages up until the beginning of XX century.
The metal rod stabbing was performed to prevent dead from retiring to the world of the living and terrorize them, by feeding on their blood. According to Dimitrov about a hundred pierced skeletons were found in Bulgaria so far.
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― The burrito of ennui (Alfred, Lord Sotosyn), Tuesday, 26 January 2016 17:48 (four years ago) link
His reticence has been evident for years, near-literally hiding behind his rack on stage. BAIO's a touring machine at this point with his damn dj act and frenetic footwork, Tomson is a drum machine who's been on tour since before the band started, and arzE has always sought attention to if not himself then his ideas and garments, but Rostam was/is a studio/biz guy, his not-insignificant contributions compositional and perhaps positional, but not thematically key like Koenig's at least from my identity-political and more substantive perspectives. will be interesting to see what gets both dropped and added musically, including who. i'm hoping for a l'homme run or two.
re the stadium act comment in the other thread - duh, but who is these days? contra (ahem) taylor, they're earnest guys who play at being canny. #1 is not unreflective of their perhaps-great content, but also isn't that hard for those of a certain generation in this harder-to-measure era. they're popular enough to fill arenas in at least bigger cities if they want to, and i think those remaining do. the issue is filling out the sound, which requires more players than those present or reproducible with Batman and Tomson's sampling and loops. if they want to be the tristate arcade fire, they can't be gorillaz. so i'd expect several new members of the touring band.
― Comprehensive Nuclear Suggest-Ban Treaty (benbbag), Wednesday, 27 January 2016 06:46 (four years ago) link
i guess for some of you he's also the peggy in pobpah, but that too has always been kip's band
― Comprehensive Nuclear Suggest-Ban Treaty (benbbag), Wednesday, 27 January 2016 06:48 (four years ago) link
― JoeStork, Wednesday, 27 January 2016 07:32 (four years ago) link
with Bernie Sanders singing "This Land is Your Land."
― The burrito of ennui (Alfred, Lord Sotosyn), Sunday, 31 January 2016 12:49 (four years ago) link
A small but perfect catalog.
― the Rain Man of nationalism. (Alfred, Lord Sotosyn), Thursday, 14 September 2017 02:56 (two years ago) link
rostam album sounds kinda nice actually
― flopson, Friday, 15 September 2017 23:20 (two years ago) link
I wish he could sing.
― the Rain Man of nationalism. (Alfred, Lord Sotosyn), Saturday, 16 September 2017 00:15 (two years ago) link
― o. nate, Wednesday, 26 September 2018 17:23 (one year ago) link