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Guest friedel

für solch ein scheiß soll man zahlen,die kameras haken wie sonst was,und in einzelnen freien räumen kann man nicht

reinschalten und bei alinas party kommt man auch nicht rein.Also scheiß rlc

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MOSCOW — Russia’s Orthodox Church this week warned of the spiritual dangers of Halloween, as authorities in Siberia banned the holiday for encouraging “extremist” tendencies in young people.  “Halloween is a serious danger. When you play with dark forces, they always win,” said Russian Orthodox Church spokesman Vsevolod Chaplin, adding that the consequences of marking the ancient holiday could be “illnesses, suffering and a feeling of emptiness.”  His comments came as the Ministry of Education in Siberia’s Omsk region placed a blanket ban on Halloween celebrations in schools, saying the holiday promotes an “extremist mood” among teenagers.  The ministry also said Halloween is “propaganda of the cult of death.” 

Russians began — unofficially — celebrating Halloween after the collapse of the Soviet Union, as once taboo Western culture flooded into the country. But the authorities here remain suspicious of Western ideas and traditions.  Regional authorities previously banned celebrations of Valentine's Day.  Both holidays are, however, increasingly popular with ordinary Russians, and Halloween-themed parties are common in big cities like Moscow.

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