Friday, May 6, 2011

Bine ati venit!

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We have quite a few hits coming from Romania.



Romania's 2011 entry, "Change" by Hotel FM, in the Eurovision Song Contest is weak, I think. Their 2010 entry "Playing with Fire" by Paul Seling and Ovi was better and came in third out of the 25 competing countries, matching Romania's best finish ever, achieved in 2005.




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7 comments:

  1. Congratulations to Azerbaijan for Eldar & Nigar's win in the Eurovision Song Contest 2011.

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  2. Maja Keuc was only 13th (a success - compared to recent years) but was voted the most handsome female singer by the media. ;-)

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  3. Maja Keuc - Vanilija. Slovenian entry in Eurovision Song Contest 2011. Shrink, I should explain, is Slovenian. :)

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  4. Jap, "Kdor ne skače, ni Sloven'c!" :D

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  5. That's something like "Whoever isn't jumping, isn't Slovenian!" What did people do before Google Translate?

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  6. Yes, that phrase is a trademark of the Slovenian soccer team's supporters:

    http://www.rtvslo.si/mojvideo/avdiovideo/kdor-ne-skace-ni-slovenc-v-celovcu/3466/

    :)

    Speaking of Google Translate: does anyone know how to translate rōmaji Japanese into English? It seems Google Translate doesn't support that (not even translation to rōmaji).

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  7. Arabic-to-Romanized-Arabic would be convenient for me.

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