Cuvantul acestei seri este “mardeiaș”. Am fost nevoit sa il caut in DEX:
MARDEIÁŞ s. v. bătăuş, ciomăgar, ciomăgaş.
Acest cuvant a fost folosit intr-o comunicare scrisa de un stimabil domn cam scump la vedere dar aprig la scris mailuri. Fiul vecinei mele, venerabilul domn Radu Nicolaescu ne-a propus alternativa mai sus descrisa pentru a incasa datoriile unei chiriase rau platnice. Dupa care a turnat cu amenintari la adresa tuturor locatarilor pe fondul supararilor personale ale domniei sale.
Eu cred ca intregul pachet de nervi vine pe fondul site-ului personal la care stimabilul traducator mai are de lucrat. Haideti, dragilor, cine ii face un site pro bono stimabilului. Ofer o bere daca asta ma scapa de stres
You meat lovers out there ought to love these two places although they may target a totally different audience.
The first one is Osho, located in Primaverii area. Get a full meal and drink for anything between 40-250RON (9-55EUR) – average meal if you won’t go for aged meats is around 60-70RON (15EUR). Friendly atmosphere, nice waiters (except for the time when you pull your laptop and you sit just drinking for 2 hours after your meal when they may ask you a bit too rough if you would have anything else). One of the tastiest beef steaks I ever had in Bucharest.
Second one – forget it if you’re looking for a place that looks good. This place really looks like Belgrade after NATO bombings, however it’s ranking really really high in my meat top and lebanese cuisine. It’s called Nasser, located in 1 mai area. Very decent prices (110RON – 24EUR for 3 people w/o tips) for a quasi all you can eat meal. Large sized mezze, fresh meat, the kebap is made on the spot from raw meat with spices and a very very tasty lamb steak. Traditional dessert is on the house.
Happy to have a very nice wine shop close to my home. This evening i’ve been summoned at FOX WINES. More than worth paying a visit! Looking forward to a whiskey night there. One more thing I learned tonight and I’m gonna be bohemian about it for no reason: le monde de bon viveurs est très petit
3 years ago today I went into my local Vodafone Store and got myself a Vodafone KU-something modem.
By that time it was an experimental device, they launched it officially in december 2009 and I remember all the hassle with making a contract for a yet-unreleased offer. Pen to the rescue when software fails. Print a regular contract then handwrite the new conditions. Even to this day everyone’s looking funny when I come in the store with the contract for updates.
This little thing is a powerful device, supports up to 21.6 Mbps HSDPA speeds. At that point I thought that by 2012 I would look at it and feel like I was feeling back then about the 56Kbps X-Net over the regular phone line However, this is not the case. I was expecting more, the iPhone was out on a boom, Android devices were already popular even here so I was expecting a blast in mobile broadband also. The blast did happen – number of connected devices increased dramatically, however no sensible infrastructure updates seem to have taken place. Oh yes, there’s Orange with some gimmicks here and there, lots of PR for totally worthless services (remember HD Voice? Who uses that?) Vodafone seems to come closer to peak every day, now I get a network congestion (call fail, dropped calls) every few days.
I blame it all on the long-awaited 4G licences which were recently awarded and hopefully will bring higher speeds and higher reliability. In the meantime price dropped, I still use my little 21.6 Mbps gadget and it still is a viable alternative in a market where even business rely on good old 7.2Mbps devices for mobile connectivity.
Do you need more? What do you expect from 4G services?
Aaaand.. I’m somehow back here. Simple, humble and minimalist, just to draw the attention over simple facts of life, talk entrepreneurship, intrapreneurship*,travel, business and other life stuff. Enjoy!
*My spell checker says this is not an English word. Maybe someone would want this revised.Apple?