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jerry van den brink/colson: Utomo thanks. They played well during the tournament indeed. Actually they overachieved. Yet it's a pity they can't play the finals.

Utomo: Congratulations, Jerry ! You've got the 3rd Place of World Football Championship 2014

colson/jerry van den brink: Utomo, the presidential elections in all likelihood were very successful and as for the loss against Argentina I think the Dutch squad actually were way [...]

Utomo: Failed ? Well, the failure is the stone where we jump for the next success !

Colson: Delvi, looks like you choose the winner :).

delvi: yeh...i just cast my vote, surely it was for No 2. Hope Orange Team can also do well against Argentina tomorrow....

Colson: Dear Delvi, the advantages of this campaign are there is a choice between the past ( a man who belongs to the Suharto era and [...]

delvi: Opa, I come to see whether you write something on the presidential's suffocating here with tv and media campaigning for their master pin......

jerry van den brink/colson: Harry, what a great surprise :). Welcome back in blogosphere. Welcome back on Plopor. Hope you will stay :). By the way: your first comment [...]

Harry Nizam: Hi Colson, it's good to be back on your nice blog again. I commented on your latest post but not shown.

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Welsh Pencak Silat

The violence-entertainment industry comprises gaming, the worldwideweb, TV and film. A few weeks ago a new star showed up in this firmament. “The Raid: Redemption” is ( a film) about “A SWAT team (that) becomes trapped in a tenement run by a ruthless mobster and his army of killers and thugs“. At least that’s [...]

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This summer the internationally renowned Paul Verhoeven, who directed spicy box-office films like “Turks Fruit” ( Turkish Delight) in the Netherlands and among others Basic Instinct in the US, announced plans for a film based on a novel, “De Stille Kracht” (Hidden Powers”). It is [...]

Nationalistic Blind Eyes

Nasty facts from national history tend to be swept under the carpet. Some become taboo. Some are made into state secrets. Others are denied because they don’t fit nationalistic perceptions. Or because revelation would harm the interest of influential groups and individuals.

First about a Dutch blind eye.

“Rawagede” is such a [...]

Special Day- a special edition

Today is a special day to us. To celebrate it here is a special “three in one” post. A miscellaneous one.

Three Cheers for Us

We are se7en today. Se7en is a magic number. So we’ve got something to celebrate.


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