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Comment la dissolution de l’Assemblée nationale a fait son chemin à l’Elysée
  • C'est complètement fou, la droite extrême une fois au pouvoir fera tout pour le garder. Du moment qu'il existe une opposition il y aura toujours quelqu'un d'autre à blâmer, ils ne se porteront jamais responsables pour la merde qu'ils créent.

    PS: Il est top ton pseudo

  • Comment la dissolution de l’Assemblée nationale a fait son chemin à l’Elysée
  • Après réflexion je pense que c'est encore plus pervers que ça. Certains disent que Macron veut que le RN gagne une majorité à l'Assemblée et sera donc obligé de gouverner jusqu'à 2027. Le calcul étant que le RN sera tellement incompétent comme gouvernement que les gens se tourneront contre eux pour les élections présidentielles en 2027. C'est un calcul stupide et dangereux à mon avis. On a rien appris des années 30 à Berlin.......

  • Comment la dissolution de l’Assemblée nationale a fait son chemin à l’Elysée
  • Après réflexion je pense que c'est encore plus pervers que ça. Certains disent que Macron veut que le RN gagne une majorité à l'Assemblée et sera donc obligé de gouverner jusqu'à 2027. Le calcul étant que le RN sera tellement incompétent comme gouvernement que les gens se tourneront contre eux pour les élections présidentielles en 2027. C'est un calcul stupide et dangereux à mon avis. On a rien appris des années 30 à Berlin.......

  • That time when Microsoft bought and killed Nokia phone unit
  • Not a Nokia and I can't find that exact model but it seems there were a couple of weird round phones floating around in the early to mid 2000's:

    https://www.mobilephonemuseum.com/phone-detail/c800

    https://www.mobilephonemuseum.com/phone-detail/xelibri-6

    https://www.mobilephonemuseum.com/phone-detail/panasonic-g70

    There were some other weird as hell designs around that period, like the ones in this article:

    https://medium.com/@samworldpeace/nokia-made-some-of-the-weirdest-phones-ever-a7e3412fa0c0

    I recognise all but one of the phones in that link. The time just before smartphones was a weird moment in mobile phone history.

  • Flamboyant hoopoes: Rare bird which doesn't live in UK is spotted by excited southern birdwatchers
  • I saw one of these some 30 odd years ago (not in the UK) as a kid and it ignited a lifelong love of birds. Haven't seen one in almost as long, but they'll always have a special place in my heart. Lucky people getting to see them in the UK!

  • A moment can be fleeting
  • Hmmm flying in formation like that sounds more like waterfowl. Could it be cormorants? Are you by the shore or near a large body of water? They can be all black like crows and the begging sound of the double crested cormorant does sound kind of seagull-y?

    If they're fish crows though, that's cool, they're rarer than the carrion crows we're more used to. In any case I'm glad if I could be of help and I hope you continue to enjoy listening to and watching birds!

  • A moment can be fleeting
  • Hmm when you say flying in formation do you mean in like a cloud or a specific shape? If so could be starlings as they have a very varied repertoire of songs and can mimic other birds (which might explain why Merlin can't identify them)

    When you say 'jagged wings' do you mean you can see the individual feather tips (like fingers)? Could be fish crows? The juvenile sound could be a little seagull-y?

    Grackles are usually fully black apart from having lighter eyes. Some species flock together, and like starlings they also minic other birds.

    Edit: one thing to note is Merlin doesn't always work well if you've turned GPS off on the phone. That might also interfere with identification