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  Redhead
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16:29 02.08.2018
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> In the changing room Panenkova once again refused to go on the ice and said in front of everyone that she doesn't want to train.
> Eteri Georgievna also in front of everyone told her that she will either go on the ice or she can get out from pre-seasoning trainings.
> On that day Daria’s mother was there too and they decided to leave.
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Sometimes when a coach/teacher, etc. pushes someone too hard in a short space of time in terms of training — that can kill off that athlete's love for that sport. So overdoing it with pushing those girls harder and harder at such a young age is probably not such a great thing after all, so they get fed up and leave. I don't know really.
I hope your fave Eugenia will do very well with her new coach.

P. S. I was let off early from work today again, at home waiting for a cab at the moment to take me to the venue of the Saturday's charity running event. We are doing a «rehearsal running» today. The last one before Saturday. Not the full 13 miles, just 8 miles. During the heatwave I didn't do any running for over a month, I felt like shit all throughout the heatwave (with hayfever, flu and all that), but somehow I feel on top form now. Sometimes a break from it — a prolonged break — is actually a good thing. The only thing I am worried about is spraining my ankle again I sprained the ligament on the same ankle twice in the past, after this happens it is never gonna be the same I was told by my GP - it is always gonna be tender and weak. It is just when this happens — it happens without any warning — not like you can prevent it or anything. But I ran over 26 miles in London Marathon this April gone and it was fine. So hoping it will be fine this time as well, but the worry is always in the back of my mind nevertheless.

The heatwave moved over to Europe now. It was 45 C in Spain yesterday — the hottest day in the whole of Europe on record. There are a lot of Brits on holidays there at the moment — literally roasting and suffering in the sun .They were saying on the telly that people should stay in their hotels as much as possible and try to reduce their exposure to the sun to the minimum. Who needs such a holiday?.. I am glad I am not there.
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19:20 02.08.2018
Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> Sometimes when a coach/teacher, etc. pushes someone too hard in a short space of time in terms of training — that can kill off that athlete's love for that sport. So overdoing it with pushing those girls harder and harder at such a young age is probably not such a great thing after all, so they get fed up and leave. I don't know really.
> I hope your fave Eugenia will do very well with her new coach.
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Well, Eteri is very demanding no-bullsh*t coach and everybody in figure skating community knows it. Her juniors work much harder than top senior skaters. Daria has improved under Eteri a lot. She even make it to the junior grand prix finals (top 6 junior figure skaters on the planet) this year.
She is talented girl, I wish her well too
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19:22 02.08.2018
Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> The heatwave moved over to Europe now. It was 45 C in Spain yesterday — the hottest day in the whole of Europe on record. There are a lot of Brits on holidays there at the moment — literally roasting and suffering in the sun .They were saying on the telly that people should stay in their hotels as much as possible and try to reduce their exposure to the sun to the minimum. Who needs such a holiday?.. I am glad I am not there.
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It was also very hot in Moscow during last two weeks
Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> So hoping it will be fine this time as well, but the worry is always in the back of my mind nevertheless.
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I wish you good luck. Take care
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19:42 02.08.2018
Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> By the way — what were the goals of your insistence on it — what did you wanna prove and to whom? All the forum Ukrainians remained with the Ukrainian flags, the emigrants with the flags of their own countries. Members of your low level group then decided to stoop so low — as to write lies about people like Sybil for instance — that she is supposedly not from Canada, etc. Trashy type of trolling, don't you find?
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Walker? Some people pretended to be Russians, some pretended Ukrainians. I was annoyed by that a bit.

My goal was to have some fun of course (as usual).
Can't agree with you, it was top notch trolling, see the picture in the upper left corner ^^





Gtg now, I have serious lack of free time atm (
I'll try answer later (probably on weekends).
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14:01 03.08.2018
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> Gtg now, I have serious lack of free time atm (
> I'll try answer later (probably on weekends).
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I already told you I am not of a very high opinion about those who get a kick out of trolling people. But those who see insulting and inventing lies about decent people (people I consider decent anyway) as fun — I detest even more. I know it is just the net, etc etc, but still. I like talking to you (don't really know why), but when you come up with stuff like this I start wondering why I bother talking to you at all. Maybe just drop the subject.

P.S, I am also very busy and don’t really have much time on this forum, that’s why I don’t really mind when I get banned now and again — less unnecessary distraction, etc.
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14:14 03.08.2018
Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
> Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
>> The heatwave moved over to Europe now. It was 45 C in Spain yesterday — the hottest day in the whole of Europe on record. There are a lot of Brits on holidays there at the moment — literally roasting and suffering in the sun .They were saying on the telly that people should stay in their hotels as much as possible and try to reduce their exposure to the sun to the minimum. Who needs such a holiday?.. I am glad I am not there.
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>It was also very hot in Moscow during last two weeks
> Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
>> So hoping it will be fine this time as well, but the worry is always in the back of my mind nevertheless.
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>I wish you good luck. Take care
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The temperature here is back up as well +31C today, tomorrow it will be +32C. Thanks for wishing me luck with tomorrow’s run — I will probably need it, it is gonna be a tough one because of the heat. Had I known it would be so hot, I would have pulled out of taking part in the event, but it is too late now.
They say that the temperature in the South East of England is gonna hover around 30 C for the whole of August, but it is not gonna be as hot as it was a week ago. Now I don’t really mind (apart from tomorrow’s run) — we only have just over a week in London, on the 13th we are off to the Isle of Wight for a week, so it’s all good.

P.S. Spain’s record of +45 C was beaten yesterday - it was +48C in Portugal - holiday makers can’t even go to the beach - the sand is so hot - it burns footwear (they were showing on telly yesterday ) - mad, crazy weather in Europe this summer .
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09:34 04.08.2018
Finally, I have some time to chat!

Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
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> I already told you I am not of a very high opinion about those who get a kick out of trolling people. But those who see insulting and inventing lies about decent people (people I consider decent anyway) as fun — I detest even more. I know it is just the net, etc etc, but still. I like talking to you (don't really know why), but when you come up with stuff like this I start wondering why I bother talking to you at all. Maybe just drop the subject.
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> P.S, I am also very busy and don’t really have much time on this forum, that’s why I don’t really mind when I get banned now and again — less unnecessary distraction, etc.
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It wasn't about Sybil at all

Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> Posting pictures of an old ugly fat woman as an image of Sybil (a young pretty successful kind woman who never insulted you in any way, just dared to have a different opinion) or lying about where she lives and posts from — yeah, some trolling. It was disgusting mate, come on. Even by the standards of this particular forum.
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I never told that she lives in Lithuania or whatever. And you are wrong that she never insulted me.
But you are right, lets drop it.
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09:40 04.08.2018
Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> You didn't need to, you attached yourself to the group which was/is part of that majority — but even worse — pure Kremlebots and ORDLO but with a dash of nasty trolling.
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Even if Glory to Ukraine and Convention were majority at the time I'm came to politforum I woudn't join any of them

And you should thank administration that pro-Russian users are leaving this forum.
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09:47 04.08.2018
Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> Wow — what a dramatic change of tune.
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No, you got it all wrong, I want them to leave because this place stinks thanks to admins. There are plenty political forums where administration is neutral.
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09:51 04.08.2018
Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
>> lol, it is not true
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>It is — in comparison with the Western developed world — it certainly is true.
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https://www.ranker.com/list/countries-ruled-by-d...
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09:58 04.08.2018
Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> She is so pretty, when I looked at the pic — she reminded me of Scarlett Johansson — she has the same type of face and a very open, generous smile.
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Prettiness plays a big role in ladies figure skating)
And Alina is more sincere that Evgenia. I give her that. Evgenia is always very rational, always saying appropriate things. For example, when Evgenia was in Japan she said her favorite skater is Yuzuru (Japan's national hero and 2-time olympic champion). In Korea she said her favorite misuc band is Koean Exo-L

In Canada she praised Canada etc.
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16:29 04.08.2018
Grin (25771),

My run went fantastic, I mean FANTASTIC this morning - no sprains, nothing, I feel very tired though, but great, so great.

By the way, just watching yet another programme on the telly re Europe.

My impressions (watch these videos, you'll understand everything re UK v EU)

EU — «idyllic» super power a la USSR



UK and the Cons fighting and passing the power to the water (Excalibur) — this was an old King Arthur movie about Excalibur sword (it doesn't belong to anybody, but the water) - my favourite



Will there be a solution? If UK is allowed to have a free trade deal, that'll kill the EU. Because Holland and Denmark would want such a deal straight away. If UK doesn't get a deal, then the EU is effed even more. By the way, interest rates went up to 0.75% yesterday. Bank of England Governor Mark Carney said we are prepared for any outcome and won't «blink first».



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19:09 04.08.2018
Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
> Even if Glory to Ukraine and Convention were majority at the time I'm came to politforum I woudn't join any of them
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You were never invited to join the Convention, only me — I invited you because I believe that as far as this forum is concerned — you belong in the Convention, even if you don't understand it yourself. You are Convent, 100%. Convention is not about Putin/anti Putin — it is just about normal people having opinions, that's it. Moderators from the Convention and the Admin did a fantastic job — protecting normal talking forum people from the gangs of Kremletrolls.
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19:15 04.08.2018
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I keep telling the bots to go to the Russian media forums — there are so many I guess — where everyone would agree with their point of view and they will feel comfortable. Putinists feel ultra uncomfortable when their opinion is challenged in any way, insulting, «переход на личности» и
«стукачество » is their main arsenal. They should f u ck off of this forum, that's it. It's absolutely pointless talking to people like that.
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22:46 04.08.2018
Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> My run went fantastic, I mean FANTASTIC this morning — no sprains, nothing, I feel very tired though, but great, so great.
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I'm glad to hear it. I hate it when injuries of flu prevents me from swimming. So I understand how glad you are! Congrats!
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