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jugoplastika
03-18-2008, 12:25 PM
http://www.index.hr/xmag/clanak/danijela-martinovic-moj-graso-nije-gay-i-ne-spava-s-dinom-radjom/377929.aspx

Mates from ex-Yu countries will probably understand this article...;) :D

LOL at my own thread, but...wow:D

This is too funny and nobody believe in this story, but still... it is hilarious!:D

Good luck to Dino and his family.:) :) :)

Joško Poljak Fan
03-18-2008, 12:47 PM
well... looks like some reporters are getting really bored lately. While both Grašo and Dino are names that can improve the newspaper sales.

personaly I couldn't care less if either of them is gay, that Dino's basket in the last seconds of the finals vs. Cibona is unforgetable, after that one as far as I am concerned he can be the devil himself.

Straight forward
03-18-2008, 12:58 PM
live your life, make your soul happy, @#$% what everyone else care!

robbe
03-18-2008, 02:12 PM
live your life, make your soul happy, @#$% what everyone else care!
Agreed. But it's not so easy for those guys obviously.

Even if it's a bit off-topic: A study in German sports indicated that there is quite a large number of gay football players in the Bundesliga, and even on the 2006 WC national team. But those are living a double-life (including having fake-girlfriends in public), as they fear the consequences of an outing. And I think rightfully so, because they'd be the target of not only media (yet most importandly), but also fan and player attacks. And this in what is calling itself an open society.

And I heard pretty much the same stuff about the NBA.

Ps: I just read this (http://www.tagesschau.de/ausland/sallykern2.html) article (German), which has a member of the US-congress(!) saying, that gays are more of a threat to the US society than terrorism. :confused: :p :(

mvblair
03-18-2008, 03:38 PM
Ps: I just read this (http://www.tagesschau.de/ausland/sallykern2.html) article (German), which has a member of the US-congress(!) saying, that gays are more of a threat to the US society than terrorism. :confused: :p :( Is this congressman in third grade or something!? What a dork. :rolleyes:

Obviously, Dino Radja is not gay and this article is a joke. But if he were, who cares? It's not important to anybody except idiots.

ArkadiosV2
03-18-2008, 04:27 PM
Can anyone translate it? They look a happy trio in the article photo ;)

Radja's reaction when someone in the crowd called him gay...

http://i199.photobucket.com/albums/aa105/Talkbasket/BasketForum/dino.jpg

Ps: I just read this (http://www.tagesschau.de/ausland/sallykern2.html) article (German), which has a member of the US-congress(!) saying, that gays are more of a threat to the US society than terrorism. :confused: :p :(
They are right man. They are better equipped and more determined than the terrorists... just look at this...

http://www.cynical-c.com/archives/bloggraphics/thegayagendafuckshitjesustheygotana.jpg

rikhardur
03-18-2008, 07:43 PM
But those are living a double-life (including having fake-girlfriends in public), as they fear the consequences of an outing.
That's oh so typical. It's a dumb society that forces people to live imprisioned in themselves, it's terrible. Some even get married and then have escapades with men, often leading to depression and suicide.


Ps: I just read this (http://www.tagesschau.de/ausland/sallykern2.html) article (German), which has a member of the US-congress(!) saying, that gays are more of a threat to the US society than terrorism. :confused: :p :(
Do you to know about a better one? "Israeli earthquakes are gays' fault, says MP" -> http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2008/02/21/wgays121.xml :D

And what if Rađa is gay? Let him be then, who cares...

Test
03-19-2008, 04:26 PM
"And what if Rađa is gay? Let him be then, who cares..."

Until he will start to date your son :)

rikhardur
03-19-2008, 07:59 PM
"And what if Rađa is gay? Let him be then, who cares..."

Until he will start to date your son :)
So what?... :rolleyes:

Test
03-21-2008, 05:52 PM
Then you would be very angry :)

Anyway he is not only one gay among basketball players. Jonas Maciulis from zalgiris kaunas a week ago accidentaly admited that he is homosexual.
http://www.krepsinis.net/news.php?news_id=77460

He said "Coaches are not gays, thats why they don't love me"

This means that the only love that Maciulis accepts is gay love.

But again there is nothning wrong if you like to "travel to chocolate factory" and "play with flute"

rikhardur
03-21-2008, 06:44 PM
Then you would be very angry :)
Sure I wouldn't, people just want to be happy, I'm happy if they're happy.

Test
03-21-2008, 06:48 PM
If everybody thought like you - there would be no wars and everything would be good

rikhardur
03-21-2008, 06:52 PM
If everybody thought like you - there would be no wars and everything would be good
That's the spirit :)

Straight forward
03-21-2008, 07:35 PM
He said "Coaches are not gays, thats why they don't love me"


That wasn't coaches, Smarty. Isn't about the time to ban Test again? He's using offensive words (like calling Andriuskevicius "sasyska", which would mean sausage or something...) and now he's talking bulshit about Mačiulis.

Moderators, i'm sure you agree that sleazy provocations are not needed for this forum.

ArkadiosV2
03-21-2008, 07:46 PM
If everybody thought like you - there would be no wars and everything would be good
Make love, not gay bashing.

He's using offensive words (like calling Andriuskevicius "sasyska", which would mean sausage or something...)
Are you racist against sausages?

Straight forward
03-21-2008, 07:51 PM
Are you racist against sausages?

Actually, yes! I'm vegetarian. Animal rights revolution forever!

jugoplastika
03-21-2008, 09:09 PM
Anyway he is not only one gay among basketball players.

OMG, I was just kidding.:D
Rađa isn`t gay...:)


@Rikhardur:

Maybe it`s in Portugal ussual thing, but here in Balkan(ex-Yu countries) it isn`t so popular...;) :D :p

rikhardur
03-21-2008, 09:30 PM
@Rikhardur:

Maybe it`s in Portugal ussual thing, but here in Balkan(ex-Yu countries) it isn`t so popular...;) :D :p
It's not actually, Portugal is one of the most conservative countries in Europe regarding the issue.