Nobel prize in biology awaits mr.Bush

#1
http://www.nytimes.com/reuters/washington/politics-bush-putin-successor.html?_r=1&oref=slogin

Bush, defending himself against criticism at home that his policy toward Putin was naive, told the news conference he was unsure if Russia had moved beyond its tradition of centralized power.

"In terms of whether or not it's possible to reprogram the kind of basic of Russian DNA which is centralized authority -- that's hard to do," Bush said.
Highly esteemed mr.Bush has made fundamental investigations in structure of Russian DNA.
 
#2
KGB_resident said:
http://www.nytimes.com/reuters/washington/politics-bush-putin-successor.html?_r=1&oref=slogin

Bush, defending himself against criticism at home that his policy toward Putin was naive, told the news conference he was unsure if Russia had moved beyond its tradition of centralized power.

"In terms of whether or not it's possible to reprogram the kind of basic of Russian DNA which is centralized authority -- that's hard to do," Bush said.
Highly esteemed mr.Bush has made fundamental investigations in structure of Russian DNA.
I am no lover of the shaved chimp, but I have to say that I actually agree with him here :eek: (assuming he meant that Russians have an apparent preference for strong centralised authority)

I've never been east of Poland, but do you disagree with this assumption Sergey? 8O
 
#3
OK, so by saying that he comes across as a bit of a fool (making comments about genetic structure... Been talking to Watson?).

However, what he was saying isn't wrong - Russians (you've said so yourself on here Sergey) prefer a strong centralised government.
 
#4
Schleswig-Holstein said:
KGB_resident said:
http://www.nytimes.com/reuters/washington/politics-bush-putin-successor.html?_r=1&oref=slogin

Bush, defending himself against criticism at home that his policy toward Putin was naive, told the news conference he was unsure if Russia had moved beyond its tradition of centralized power.

"In terms of whether or not it's possible to reprogram the kind of basic of Russian DNA which is centralized authority -- that's hard to do," Bush said.
Highly esteemed mr.Bush has made fundamental investigations in structure of Russian DNA.
I am no lover of the shaved chimp, but I have to say that I actually agree with him here :eek: (assuming he meant that Russians have an apparent preference for strong centralised authority)

I've never been east of Poland, but do you disagree with this assumption Sergey? 8O
I strongly suspect that this great invention was actually made not by mr.Bush himself. Rather he was told about it. And who have hinted mr.Bush? May be even mr.Putin.

Indeed centuries long Russian history shows that Russia was mighty and successfull in periods then it had a strong centralised power. Weaking of central power always led to instability and crisises.

What is it exactly - DNA, historical memory, mentality or Russian soul? Who knows?
 
#6
big_mad_ejit said:
You would be surprised but the president is a man with many and varied intellectual interests;

http://www.theonion.com/content/node/28498
Bush told guests. "Yet so much pleasure is to be found in his lesser-known works–The Eclogues, completed in 37 B.C., and The Georgics, in 30 B.C., both of which praise the idyllic rural life."
Learned mr.Bush is an expert in Roman literature. Likely mr.Bush read the same book as mr.Krapic.

http://www.croatiasc.bc.ca/asp/page/story_render.asp?id={AE7BCCE0-F234-4378-922C-5D846DB96EEA}

...then headed to the library for a reading of the Roman poet Virgil's lesser known works - The Eclogues, completed in 37 B.C., and The Georgics, in 30 B.C. - both of which praise the idyllic rural life, as young Krapic explained.
 
#7
big_mad_ejit said:
You would be surprised but the president is a man with many and varied intellectual interests
I would be very surprised, the only way I would figure this man winning a nobel prize in biology would be by donating his body to science! :)
 

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