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 No.1741

I'm back!!
my computer went kaput a week ago, but now I could fix it :3
goodbye savings

 No.1745


 No.1747

>>1741
And what happened to the computer? Burned motherboard?

 No.1749

You once said that you work as an English teacher. So how are you doing with this?

 No.1751

>>1747
burned Power Supply :(

 No.1752

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>>1749
that was every weekend, the girls moved away
at least I could save enough money for repairing it
but I wanted to save that money for leaving

 No.1753

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Venezuela-bro, how does the Venezuelan media cover the political situation in Eastern Europe, in particular the Ukrainian-Russian war in Donbass?

 No.1757

>>1753
:R
It's been a while since the last news I saw from there. Very "neutral" I would say, they just say "Pro-Russian forces took over Donbass by force" and that Putin might be supporting them
(pro-Maduro media also say that there was a coup d'etat and that's why the civil war started)

I don't have TV right now (it did kaput in March) but I haven't seen anything about Belarus so far

 No.1758

>>1757
Just Venezuela in the UN General Assembly votes against resolutions that are not beneficial to Russia (respectively, beneficial to Ukraine), which suggests some opinions.

 No.1760

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Finally, Venezuela-kun, we missed you.

 No.1761

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 No.1797

>>1758
But the media here is not controlled by the government (only state channels that almost nobody watch)

 No.1798

>>1797
and the most popular channels are anti maduro

 No.1800

Wow, I thought that in Venezuela there is a totalitarian regime, where the media is completely under the control of the Maduro regime

 No.1801

P.S.I apologize if my idea of ​​Venezuela is stereotypical and wrong