Tuesday, July 31, 2007

Funny Video: Troubles at work

ETHNO DANCE

Devil takes Gerrmany & Marks

UEFA CUP: SLAVEN - TEUTA 6:2

Monday, July 30, 2007

BLANKA VLASIC - Jump over 206 cm

VIDEO: Blanka Vlasic - All About
All about Blanka Vlasic


Vlasic leaps 2.06 in Thessaloniki
30.07.2007 The Croatia's Blanka Vlasic shone in the "Olympic Meeting" held tonight in Thessaloniki 2007, producing a world leading 2.06m and failing to break the world record despite the good attempts at 2.10m.

Monday, July 23, 2007

Police vs Soccer Fans Torcida - Stipe Lekic


Buducnost Podgorica vs Hajduk Split
HNK Hajduk Split's UEFA Cup first qualifying round trip to FK Budućnost Podgorica has brought back a mix of fond and painful memories at the Montenegrin club.

Sunday, July 22, 2007

BLANKA VLASIC - Jump over 205 cm

VIDEO: Blanka Vlasic - All About
All about Blanka Vlasic


Croatia's Blanka Vlasic beat her own leading mark of the year when she cleared 2.05 metres to take victory in the women's high jump at the IAAF Grand Prix in Madrid.
The 23-year-old had room to spare as she sailed over the bar at the first attempt and went close as she tried for a world record of 2.10.

Ahmed al Rahim from Ljubuski singing

Friday, July 20, 2007

Soccer match: WORLD vs CROATIA


WORLD:
Stipe Pletikosa, Lothar Matthaeus, Jean-Pierre Papin, George Weah, Serginha, Leonardo, Mark Viduka, Igor Tudor, (Rivaldo), Rui Costa (Andriy Shevchenko), Fernando Redondo
Coaches: Tomislav Ivic & Ivica Osim
CROATIA:
Dražen Ladic, Dario Simic, Robert Jarni, Igor Stimac, Slaven Bilić, Zvonimir Soldo, Aljosa Asanović, Robert Prosinecki, Davor Suker, Zvonimir Boban (Goran Ivanisevic), Alen Boksic
Coach: Miroslav Ciro Blazevic

Irish music: The Skelligs - Tralalee Gaol


''The Skelligs'' is a band from Split ( CROATIA ) which presents a rich variety of irish traditional music.The Skelligs kind of playing the music is traditional and while listening ''the Skelligs'' the listener can really feel the soul of ireland thanks to the delicate arrangement of music and thanks to the professional musicians

Thursday, July 19, 2007

UEFA CUP match: Buducnost vs Hajduk


HNK Hajduk Split's UEFA Cup first qualifying round trip to FK Budućnost Podgorica has brought back a mix of fond and painful memories at the Montenegrin club.

Defiant optimism
It is 16 years since the two sides met in a competitive game, when both were competing in the former Yugoslavia, and while Budućnost - who finished as runners-up in the inaugural Montenegrin season - will be without goalkeeper Mladen Božović and forward Nikola Vujović, both Montenegrin internationals who have decided to leave the club, there is still optimism in Podgorica.

'Only on paper'
"Yes, Hajduk are better then Budućnost, but only on paper," said the Montenegrin side's coach Saša Petrović. "They have to prove that on the pitch. We are ready for two big games. In the past, Hajduk also came to Podgorica as favourites but often left the field with their heads down. We will try to spring a surprise. There is no need for us to be afraid."

Old-fashioned rivalry
A large contingent of travelling Hajduk fans is expected for the first game, and 20-year-old Budućnost attacking midfielder Milan Djurišić is looking forward to a taste of old-fashioned Yugoslavian excitement. "I don't remember that period but I am glad we have a chance to turn back time for fans in Montenegro," he said. "I'm sure the stadium will be full and that we will play with our hearts."

Famous connection
The most famous connection between the two clubs is that a deal was arranged for Montenegrin footballing idol Predrag Mijatović - now sporting director at Real Madrid CF - to leave Budućnost for Hajduk in 1989, with a transfer fee being agreed, only for the move to collapse in the space of 24 hours when the player decided to join Belgrade giants FK Partizan.

Petrović thwarted
A less famous move that never was in 1990 saw current Budućnost coach Petrović lined up to replace his current Hajduk counterpart Ivan Pudar as goalkeeper at the Poljud Stadium. "It was a done deal but the Budućnost officials suddenly changed their minds and blocked the transfer," he remembered. "I remember the headline: 'Pudar leaves, Petrović arrives'."

Poljud trip
The coach's dream of a move to the Dalmatian coast will finally come true as he leads his side into the second leg of the tie on 2 August. "Now, at last I will go to the Poljud," said Petrović. With a little luck, he will be going there to defend a healthy first-leg lead.
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A Cappella Song (Woman)

Wednesday, July 18, 2007

Zinedine Zidane Reggae Band - Pantagana


Dip daun in Gana
Or ivn in Gvajana
Or ivn in Bocvana
Dej ol hev pantagana

Koz pantagana
In Gana or Gvajana
In Bocvana or Bosnana
Iz d sejm pantagana

Ko rano rani
Hi mejk d mani
En den kam pantagana
Tu tejk avej d hani

Koz pantagana
Iz gona kip as in banana
Đast lajk in Gana
Gvajana or Bocvana

Pantagana kom tu maj haus
Čekin aut vot aj hev in d haus
Tejking d best det der iz in d haus
Tu bring it ol bek to d gaverment haus

Pantagana
Debela pantagana
Naoružana
Ovlaštena za gana

Pantagana
Živina zajebana
Neobrazovana, nerafinirana
A ima gana
Kad uberen pantaganu mene je odma strah
Kada bi bilo prvi put da me je uitija
Njegova glavna preokupacija je rasta man
Kake je volje gore il bolje, šta ti ga ja sad znan
Ma o'nja ga đava
Gleda me debela glava
I vata me strava
Dok osobu drži
Na vatri se prži
No potiho u sebi
Mater mu prčin
PRČIN TI MATER
Bolje da mučin
Tu sejv d nejšn
Vi nid an ekšn
Deratizejšn
Iz gona bring as satisfekšn

Koz pantagana
Kip Kroejša in banana
Đast lajk in Gana
Gvajana or Bocvana
Hir vi go nau
Pantagana kom tu maj haus
Čekin aut vot aj hev in d haus
Tejking d best det der iz in d haus
Tu bring it ol bek to d gaverment haus

Pantagana
Debela pantagana
Naoružana
Ovlaštena za gana

Monday, July 16, 2007

GORAN IVANISEVIC dedicated Wimbledon title to DRAZEN PETROVIC


Goran Ivanisevic dedicated his Wimbledon title to a good friend, an NBA star killed in a car crash eight years ago. Drazen Petrovic, a Croatian compatriot, was a member of the New Jersey Nets when he died in the accident in Germany. "I went to his funeral just before Wimbledon and I said I was going to dedicate that Wimbledon to him," Ivanisevic said after beating Patrick Rafter in five sets. "Unfortunately I played pretty badly and I lost in the third round." Ivanisevic said his father brought him some newspapers before this tournament. In one of them was a poster of Petrovic, who was one of the best shooters in the NBA. "So I ripped it off and put it on the wall," he said. "I said, 'This must be destiny. This is it.' Everything was going smoothly and I won it. I want to dedicate this victory to him. "He was not my best friend, but he was my good friend," Ivanisevic added. "He was one of the greatest basketball player in Europe ever."

AMAZING GOAL

A Cappella Song

Sunday, July 15, 2007

COPA AMERICA: Brasil - Argentina 3:0


Even without some top stars, Brazil still won its second straight Copa America title.
Julio Baptista scored in the fourth minute, an own goal doubled the lead in the 40th and Daniel Alves got the final goal in the 69th as the Brazilians stunned favored Argentina 3-0 Sunday to win South America's championship for the eighth time.
"Lots of people criticized our team, but we're the champions," said Brazil forward Robinho, the tournament's top scorer with six goals

ETHNO MUSIC: Runovici - selo sa kamena

Friday, July 13, 2007

Test for Maasai woman


"Koledzicom po svijetu" is a popular comedy-documentary show . The guests in this show visited various countries and had to do a lot of silly tasks. The show is very popular because it is really hilarious. In this video, blonde lady had to past the task for Maasai Woman.

TONI KUKOC vs MICHAEL AIR JORDAN


Olymic games 1992, Barcelona
Basketball finale
USA (DREAM TEAM):
Charles Barkley, Larry Bird, Clyde Drexler, Patrick Ewing, Magic Johnson, Michael Jordan, Christian Laettner, Karl Malone, Chris Mullin, Scottie Pippen, David Robinson, John Stockton
CROATIA:
Drazen Petrovic, Velimir Perasovic, Danko Cvjeticanin, Toni Kukoc, Vladan Alanovic, Franjo Arapovic, Zan Tabak, Stojko Vrankovic, Alan Gregov, Arijan Komazec, Dino Radja, Aramis Naglic

Buddha & Sathya Sai Babanana


Bumps and Princesses (Bitange i princeze) is Croatian sitcom inspired by everyone's favorite FRIENDS. The show is about a problems of group of young people starting a new life on their own by moving into the same building, where they'll have to learn about each other and discover new romances. The main characters are, among others, Robi (The eternal student), very fresh and in constant fight with sexy Irena (not too bright, but possible Robies love interest) There is also Irena's roommate a girl who work's in a video store and is in love with Kazo. A Lawyer Teo has been kicked out by his wife and is moving in with Robi and his best friend Kazo.

A lot of Croatian celebrities appear in the guest roles, such as Nina Badric, Indira Vladic-Mujkic (Colonia), Robert Prosinecki, Davor Gobac, Tony Cetinski ...among others

GOOD GORAN vs BAD GORAN


Maybe you remember the Three Gorans.
Goran I was the Good Goran, the generous, charismatic, deeply religious star we loved, the charitable, blue-sky guy who traveled with a priest and won 22 titles.
Goran II was the rebel, the Mad Goran, who was racked with demons and prone to racket-tossing tantrums and chronic, ill-timed self-destruction.
Finally, there was the Emergency, or 911, Goran, whose task was to step in and sort out all the psychic chaos; the Goran who famously intervened when the Croat was about to implode and blow his chance to finally win Wimbledon, by telling the two other Gorans to get a grip. “Okay, now you have to calm down,” insisted Emergency Goran. “This is your last chance. You have to cool it. You can’t afford to be crazy in the Wimbledon final.”
Of course, tennis has had its share of funnymen. Ilie Nastase, Jimmy Connors, Yannick Noah, Pancho Segura and Whitney Reed could all get stadiums rolling in waves of laughter. But, among our major players, Goran is the funniest.

Wednesday, July 11, 2007

Tennis - Grand Slam Finale

Turbofolk soccer players


Evo zore evo dana,
evo Boška Balabana.
Na izmaku noć je crna,
iz birtije ide Srna.

Malo pravo, malo krivo,
evo stiže Olić Ivo.
Kod Ćire smo bili djeca,
pa se nama sluša Ceca!

Kod Slavena kruha nema,
on bi slušo Pearl Jama!
Vidi Srne kako pjeva,
il' ko fol samo zijeva.
Nije sam, lane moje,
i kolege tu su, njih je troje.

Pršti Ceca, pršti Brena,
to je prava karantena.'

Sorry for Kung Fu (Da ti nisi Musliman kume?)


Sorry for Kung Fu (2004)
Starring: Daria Lorenci, Filip Rados Director: Ognjen Svilicic
Plot Synopsis: Mirjana is returning to Croatia from Germany where she spent some time as a refugee. She is pregnant. Now, when the war in Croatia is over and her visa expired, Mirjana is coming back to her family in a remote and devastated village.

Hajduk Split - Red Star Belgrade (crying for TITO)

Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Fanatic soccer supporters


Hajduk fans are called Torcida (since 1950) as they took their name after their idolized Brazilian fan groups, which are named torcidas, from the Portuguese 'torcer', to cheer on. Supporters popularly call players of Hajduk bili (plural form of white in local dialect of the Croatian language) and are the oldest organized supporters' group in Europe.
Outside of Croatia, Hajduk also has many supporters throughout the rest of the world. It is said that Hajduk has never played a single game anywhere in the world without at least a small group of Torcida in the stands. Countries with huge fan clubs membership include Chile, New Zealand, Australia and Canada - mostly countries with significant Croat immigration from Dalmatia.

Hajduk Split was founded in the famous, centuries old pub Flek in Prague (then also a part of Austro-Hungarian Empire) by a group of students from Split (Fabijan Kaliterna, Lucijan Stella, Ivan Šakić and Vjekoslav Ivanišević). They went to the pub right after the match between Sparta and Slavia and decided it was high time their own town founded it's professional club. They all knew how popular the sport was back home, and how well their friends back home played. The club was officially registered with the authorities on February 13, 1911 and is, thus, the oldest football club in Croatia. The name originates from the hajduk's, romanticized bandits that fought the Ottoman Turks.
Hajduk gathered the pro-Croat party of citizens of Split, Croat unionists or puntari. That's why the club specifically has the name "hrvatski nogometni klub" (Croatian football club) and has Croat coat-of-arms in its logo. The club itself was a protest against the Austro-Hungarian government's policy of not allowing the unification of Croatian provinces and keeping them separated (the government and the emperor didn't allow reunion of Dalmatia with the rest of Croatia).
Hajduk reached its first period of glory in late twenties, when it won two Yugoslav championships, breaking the domination of clubs from Belgrade and Zagreb. Particularly interesting is the club's war episode. After Italian occupation of Split, club ceased to compete in defiance, and declined the offer to join the Italian first division. In 1944, team and staff clandestinely joined Yugoslav partisans on the island Vis and continued to play as an official partisan army team. After the war episode, partisan leader and later president of Yugoslavia, Tito, (impressed by the club's proficency and it's unique Dalmatian spirit) invited Hajduk to move to Belgrade and become an official army team. But, players refused the lucrative offer and continued playing in their hometown. The club, however, continued to be Tito's favorite long after the war.
Hajduk had its best years in the 1970s. The so-called "zlatna generacija" (Golden Generation) won five consecutive cups and three championships in the 1972 to 1979 period. It was the second most succsessful club in Yugoslavia far outstripping the third, it's present day rival, Dinamo Zagreb.

The Hajduk kit is white shirt and blue shorts.

Hajduk won two Yugoslav (kingdom) championships, seven Yugoslav championships, eight Croatian championships, as well as nine Yugoslav Cup titles, four Croatian Cups and six super cups.
Abroad, the club has reached the quarterfinals of the Champions Cup (now UEFA Champions League) three times (last time 1995), and two European semifinals: of Cup of cup's winners 1973, and UEFA cup 1984.

Hajduk is famous for its good youth school. It is one of the most prolific producers of high quality footballers which often continue careers in famous European teams. Some of Hajduk's former players include: Alen Bokšić (ex Juventus, Middlesbrough), Robert Jarni (ex Juventus, Real Madrid), Slaven Bilić (ex Karlsruhe, Everton), Igor Štimac (ex West Ham),Milan Rapaić (Standard Liege), Igor Tudor (Juventus), Ivica Šurjak (ex Paris SG), Luka Peruzović (ex Anderlecht), Aljoša Asanović, Ivica Buljan (ex Hamburger SV) and Zlatko Vujović (ex Bordeaux).

When the Croatian national team won third place at the 1998 World Cup in France, amongst the first 11, there were 5 former Hajduk players.

Since 1979, Hajduk plays at the Poljud stadium. It was built by the Yugoslavian federal government for the 1979 Mediterranean games that were held in Split. Thanks to lavish federal funding the stadium is quite impressive, not so much in size (though it is large) as it is in architecture, having one of the most unique and beautiful designs in the world at the time of it's construction. Before that, Hajduk played it's games at the "Kod stare plinare" stadium ("By the old gas facility"), also known as "Stari plac" ("Old Square") or "Staro Hajdukovo" ("Old Hajduk's"). Before the transformation that area into the football pitch, the area was known as "Kraljeva njiva" ("King's Field") and it was part of a military camp.

Hajduk is by far the most popular sport team in the Croatian region of Dalmatia. Hajduk also has a strong fan base throughout the rest of Croatia, especially in littoral areas, as well as in Slavonia. Hajduk is also a very important part of the region's identity.
In the former Yugoslavia, Hajduk was the team that had supporters all over the country, among all national and religious communities (not only among the Croats); no other club achieved that. It is important to mention the big popularity of Hajduk among Albanians in socialist Yugoslavia, especially on Kosovo, where popularity of Hajduk can be compared with the one in Dalmatia.

Tribute to JUGOPLASTIKA SPLIT

Monday, July 09, 2007

THE BEAR HUG IN LIKA

The best scene is at the end of videoclip.

Oj medvjede gorska zivotinjo
Koj te ceslja koj li te umiva.
Mene ceslja gora bukovica
A umiva medena rosica oooooj
Oj, oj, oj, k njoj

Vuk ne vije sto je mesa gladan
Vec on vije da drustvo salije
Hojte vamo da ga zarozgamo
Odavno ga zarozgali nismo ooooooj
Oj, oj, oj, k njoj

Oj vuci viju, gavranovi grcu
Srne drce, sve planine jece
Hodi kume da ga zarozgamao
Odavno ga zarozgali nismo oooooj
Oj, oj, oj, k njoj

Oj zalajala kuja vise Slunja
U Primorju opazila vuka
Od stra`a kuja u Dunav skocila
Sve Primorje repom poskropila oooooj
Oj, oj, oj, k njoj

Saturday, July 07, 2007

Hajduk - Sparta (soccer match from 1913)


Hajduk Split was founded in the famous, centuries old pub Flek in Prague (then also a part of Austro-Hungarian Empire) by a group of students from Split (Fabijan Kaliterna, Lucijan Stella, Ivan Šakić and Vjekoslav Ivanišević). They went to the pub right after the match between Sparta and Slavia and decided it was high time their own town founded it's professional club. They all knew how popular the sport was back home, and how well their friends back home played. The club was officially registered with the authorities on February 13, 1911 and is, thus, the oldest football club in Croatia. The name originates from the hajduk's, romanticized bandits that fought the Ottoman Turks.

K1 KNOCK-OUT

Friday, July 06, 2007

Old Folklore Song


Ojkavica is a type of singing from Dalmatian Zagora (Croatia) . It is characterized by a lone singer singing one line of lyrics and then others joining in for what can be best described as a wail. It is a very passionate form of singing, which is one of the reasons it has been limited in popularity to small towns.

Thursday, July 05, 2007

Anti-War Song


Djordje Balasevic: Odjebi, JNA...
Dao sam ti jednu dobru godinu života...
Najbolju, možda?
Veliki Vračevi Medicine rascepe grudi kao narandžu i spuste novo srce u njih (pažljivo, zatvorenih šaka, kao da vračaju vrapčića u gnezdo), razdvoje skalpelom svetlo od tame u mutnom jezgru zenice, bajaju, pokrenu nepokretno, pa opet, ni oni ne mogu da mi vrate moju otrgnutu devetnaestu nikad vise...

Ali...
Proklet da sam...
Ja sam bar imao dvadesetu. Dvadeset prvu. I jos neke dvadesete-tridesete...
Za razliku od dečaka na cije crno uokvirene fotografije svakodnevno nailazim na predzadnjim stranicama štampe...
Oni ostadoše negde u devetnaestoj...
Zaljubljeni...
Zaigrani...
Zbunjeni...
Ne dospevši da svoje olovne vojnike razdvoje od olovnih zrna, koje su im Zli Starci tako bezbožnicki podmetnuli u džepove...
Ne, Brate Kaine, ne zovi me u polje...
Ne mami me, zalud, da prošetamo minskim poljem, moj grešni sivomaslinasti brate...
Poturi nekog drugog Dobrovoljca na branike svoje nesposobnosti...
Okači drugu metu na svoje kartonske bedeme...

Nema Mojih u ovom Ratu Naših...
Ma, znam...
"Ne može to tek tako"...
Čičak izdaje se kači na sve strane. I meni će ga vec neki mangup prilepiti na ledja, onako u prolazu, tapšući me po ramenu, tobož prijateljski...
Razmisljao sam o tome...
Koga izdati kad mi ostane da biram izmedju nas dvoje?
I, žalim...
Ali prestar sam da bih izdao sebe, jos jednom...
Zato odjebi, JNA...
Dosta je bilo...

Colonia feat Ivek - BAUSTELA SONG


ZA KONJAK JEDAN LJUTI / BAUŠTELA SONG
(prepjev skladbe "Za tvoje snene oči", tekst napisala Jelena Pirliju)
UVOD
Dobro došli na gradilište "Ferbos" tamo gdje skela ljubi nebo, tamo gdje svako malo čuješ jebooo...
...
Upoznali smo se na baušteli
Gledali smo se dok smo štemali
Bio je dovoljan šalung jedan
Da zauvijek tebi ja se predam
Jednog si dana otišao

Na rastanku si mi obećao
Vratit ću se kad se cement veže
Nemoj da ti se zbog toga srce steže
...
REFREN
Za konjak jedan ljuti ja dala bi sve
Da zaboravim dečka s bauštele
Da ne plačem dok sama šalujem
I za tobom žalujem

Za konjak ja ću dati plaću svu
Da ne svisnem kad vidim miješalicu
Da ne mislim što drugu šarmiraš
Dok zidove armiraš
...
Cement se vezao 28 dana
Čekala sam te kraj šalunga sama
Cement se vezao, ti došao nisi
Na drugu bauštelu otišao ti si

The Skelligs - As I Roved


''The Skelligs'' is a band from Split ( CROATIA ) which presents a rich variety of irish traditional music.The Skelligs kind of playing the music is traditional and while listening ''the Skelligs'' the listener can really feel the soul of Ireland thanks to the delicate arrangement of music and thanks to the professional musicians.

1000 Japanese singing - U Boj


This very popular tune was brought to Japan by Croatian mariners (then within Austrian-Hungarian army), immediately after the end of the WWI. Namely, while retreating from the Russian Far East front, a taifoon carried their ship to Japanese coast near Kobe. The Japanese liked very much "U BOJ" sung by Croatian mariners, and since then it became very popular throughout Japan.

Tuesday, July 03, 2007

GORAN IVANISEVIC - amazing shot between the legs

Sinisa Soso - football menager



"Šta je dragi?"
"Jesi spreman?!
"A jesan, jeba te led."
"U četvrtak letimo."
"Di letimo?"
"Za Koreju."
"U jebo te led, imamo utakmicu. Neće me ovi moji pustit."
"Boli me kurac, dat ćemo im 40 iljada eura nek te puštu i gotovo. Ti ćeš imati 250 iljada dolara. Ako budeš igra, imat ćeš 300. Znači 150 iljada ćeš dobiti na ruke, a 10 iljada mjesečnu plaću."
"Znam, jebote, al neće ovi moji da ne pus.."
"Za 40 iljada eura te neće pustit?!"
"Al moraš im donit odma..."
"Ma kad potpišen. Kako da im donesen odma? Oće sperme oni? Oće li oni sperme da im izdrkam u usta?"
"A jebate, ne znan. Jebate moraš ih nazvat i pitat oće li me pustit."
"Aj pitaj oće li te pustit za 40 iljada. U biti, ponudi im 30, pa im ponudi onda 40. Ili kako oš."
"Aj pitat ću."
"Jebat ću ti mater ako nisi spreman. Jesi spreman, pitan te ponovo?"
"A onako. Sad san ode igra, bija san najbolji na utakmici."
"Čita san ja u novinama. Pita san te jesi li spreman, nemoj mi ka mali Budmir. Nije bija spreman, nije proša, Bog te jebo. Nećemo putovat tamo-vamo, imamo letit 20 sati. Nećemo se vraćat ka budale i da potrošimo pet iljada eura. Bolje onda da ne iđemo."
"A znan jeba te led. Znan."
"Jesi li spreman"
"A dragi, šta ja znan, negi 80-ak posto. Jebiga, šta ja znan.Jebiga dragi, sad je kiša, nećemo trenirat...pada kiša, padaju sikire..."
"Jeba ti Bog mater. Koliko moš trčat, ono u tempu?"
"Mogu nešto. Jebiga, šta ja znan Šošo. Ipak je ovo ovdje druga liga. Ništa, ja ću s njima razgovarat za te papire, pa ću ti se javit popodne."
"Jeba ti Bog mater retardiranu. Opet se nisi spremija. Ma tebe treba ubit, mater ti jeben. Di ja tebe iman u glavi. Treban uzet ka kamatar, dobro te ispribijat, da radiš u kamp kućicama, da naplaćuješ ka invalid na kapiji, pizda ti materina..."
"Ha, ha, ha."
"Nemoj se smijat, ideš mi na kurac. Pa nisi se zere spremio. Pa od čega ti živiš, od smijanja ili nogometa, pička ti materina."
"Ma neće oni mene pustiti."
"Ma šta te neće... Ko te neće za 40 iljada pustit? Ko te neće pustiti? Kako?"
"Dobro, pitat ću ih popodne."
"Ma jesi ti spreman, pitan te ja? Ma puštat će te mukte ako ja oću. Ko te neće pustit?"
"Znan ja jebate, al..."
"Da ja rečen tvom predsjedniku da će plivat tamo po Jadru? Kako te neće pustit? Bez kune će te pustiti, jeba te on."
"Znan jebate, al..."
"Omda mi nemoj živce dizat. Pa pitan te, jesi li spreman? Ja oću na pošteno, Bog te jebo."
"Znaš šta ću ti reć, spreman san 80-ak posto."
"Koliko imaš kila viška?"
"Iman dva kila."
"Ajoj, još uvik dva.."
"Nije, Šošo, ima samo dva.."
"Aj, aj, letimo. Imaš li pasoš?"
"Iman."
"Aj, aj, pitaj za koliko će te pustit."
"Pitat ću." (more)

Monday, July 02, 2007

CSI Drnis - podruznica Vinovo Donje


CSI MIAMI
David Caruso ... Lieutenant Horatio Caine
Adam Rodriguez ... Eric Delko
Khandi Alexander ... Dr. Alexx Woods
Rex Linn ... Detective Frank Tripp
Jonathan Togo ... Ryan Wolfe

CSI LAS VEGAS
William L. Petersen ... Gil Grissom
Marg Helgenberger ... Catherine Willows
Gary Dourdan ... Warrick Brown
George Eads ... Nick Stokes
Eric Szmanda ... Greg Sanders

CSI NEW YORK
Hill Harper ... Dr. Sheldon Hawkes
Gary Sinise ... Detective Mac Taylor
Melina Kanakaredes ... Detective Stella Bonasera
Carmine Giovinazzo ... Detective Danny Messer

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