Kejda Gjermani her miscellaneous musings

20Aug/100

Greece and Serbia FRIENDLY

This must be seen to be believed:

Errr:

Some "friendly," eh?

For his part in the brawl—you know, the chair-tossing and head-punching—Krstic was detained by police overnight, and has since been released. According to the Associated Press, Greece's "sports violence squad" is examining the footage and deciding whether or not to press charges. I'm no expert in international sporting events, but I'd surmise that having to have a "sports violence squad" means things are a bit nutty.

Naturally, the Serbian coach is playing the old "half-naked Greek" card in Krstic's defense. [Insert hilarious quote by Serbian coach here—ed.]

Classic legal defense, really. Blaming half-naked Greeks has been going on for centuries, dating back to, at least, the Battle of Thermopylae. I like Nenad's chances, despite clear video evidence of him picking up a chair and throwing it at a crowd of people.

Well, one can only hope that this unfortunate diplomatic mishap between the great nations of Greece and Serbia does not upset their lofty plans of ruling the world together:

... One day ...

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2Mar/097

Albanian Grade School Photos (1993-1996)

Class photos from Sabaudin Gabrani, my grade school. Consider the cost per pupil here, versus the $24,600/year spent on each Washington D.C. public-school student. I'm sure my school got through an entire school-year on less than a tenth of the yearly budget for one D.C. student.

Second grade (first row, left desk, red jacket).

Second grade (first row, left desk, red jacket).

Third grade (front row, middle desk, checkered jacket)

Third grade (front row, middle desk, checkered jacket)

Fifth grade (second row, middle desk, looking away from camera).

Fifth grade (second row, middle desk, looking away from camera).

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