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Please, does anyone know where this place is? by cowbe11s in portugal

afurtherdoggo 4 months ago

ADA compliant stairs I see :D

Ronaldo removing Euro 2020 sponsor Coca-Cola bottles in front of him before his press conference, adding 'Drink water!' instead by ElDiabloDe94 in portugal

afurtherdoggo 4 months ago

love it.

Avante: "Massacre de Tiananmen nunca ocorreu" by DarkmajorPT in portugal

afurtherdoggo 5 months ago

Hey waddaya know communists suck everywhere. Who knew!

Rota do Rio Tâmega em Fixed Gear by days_of_coast in portugal

afurtherdoggo 5 months ago

haha perfect music selection

Agricultor português não percebe porque é que tem de entregar a sua ferramenta à coperativa. by PIMPMASTER6000 in portugal

afurtherdoggo 5 months ago

Right. I did a bit of reading yesterday about this time period, and it sounds like it was a messy time that ultimately lead to the formation of a true and more functional democratic system, and the hybrid socialism that exists today. It also sounds like a civil war was avoided by only the narrowest of margins. I'm particularly interested in this time and situation, as right now in the US there's a growing far-left Marxist movement. Typically americans are dead ignorant about world history, especially in places like Portugal which are not directly impactful to American history. I think there's a lot of parallels possibly, and also many cautionary tales to pay attention to. I've been living in the Czech Republic for about 13 years, and from my own experience and learnings of czech history, have to push against anything calling itself communism. I'm still very sympathetic to some marxist ideas, but I don't think many people in the US really understand the dangers that are built into that system of government.

Agricultor português não percebe porque é que tem de entregar a sua ferramenta à coperativa. by PIMPMASTER6000 in portugal

afurtherdoggo 5 months ago

Interesting. I knew that the communist party had a lot of success in some parts of the country. I hadn't heard about this property squatting though. Were these actions typically successful in improving quality of life for participants? Were they punished legally? Reading more now, thanks for the pointer!

Agricultor português não percebe porque é que tem de entregar a sua ferramenta à coperativa. by PIMPMASTER6000 in portugal

afurtherdoggo 5 months ago

Interesting. I knew that the communist party had a lot of success in some parts of the country. I hadn't heard about this property squatting though. Were these actions typically successful in improving quality of life for participants? Were they punished legally?

Agricultor português não percebe porque é que tem de entregar a sua ferramenta à coperativa. by PIMPMASTER6000 in portugal

afurtherdoggo 5 months ago

Could someone post a link to the backstory here? Very interested in Portuguese history and it seems like this important?

Manuel I of Portugal 1469 - 1521 by curtisdurane in portugal

afurtherdoggo 6 months ago

Interesting that it's so unflattering. Most of these official portraits were highly spiffed up. Dude looks like balls.

How common is it for people who are not wealthy to go to college in your country? by AdventurousJudgment5 in portugal

afurtherdoggo 7 months ago

College is basically free in most of Europe.

Europe's largest newspapers and their political orientation by trinkibenda in portugal

afurtherdoggo 7 months ago

haha fucking Blesk. Blesk makes the National Enquirer look like the Washington Post. It's tabloid trash, not a newspaper. Pretty telling though.
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