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The Librarian and the Reader

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Like most European countries, i.e. Great-Britain, France, Spain or Belgium, and the great nation of Rock’n’Roll, Dwarfs live in a monarchy.

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How ATMs really work

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The Pigeon rider

Pigeon, oiseau à la grise robe.

Dans l’enfer des villes,

À mon regard tu te dérobes…

Tu es vraiment le plus agile.

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Miniature fire brigade

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Orange alternative is the new black

Orange Alternative (Polish: Pomarańczowa Alternatywa) – polish anti-communist underground movement which was started in Wrocław, a city in south-west Poland and led by Waldemar Fydrych (sometimes misspelled as Frydrych), commonly known as Major (Commander of Festung Breslau) in the 1980s.[1] Its main purpose was to offer a wider group of citizens an alternative way of opposition against the authoritarian communist regime by means of a peaceful protest that used absurd and nonsensical elements.

By doing this, Orange Alternative participants could not be arrested by the police for opposition to the regime without the authorities becoming a laughing stock. Orange Alternative has been viewed as part of the broader Solidarity movement. Academics Dennis Bos and Marjolein ’t Hart have asserted it was the most effective of all Solidarity’s factions in bringing about the movement’s success.