There’s a ghost out in the hall, there’s a ghoul under the bed!

How it is good to be on a holiday once in a year!

Contact with the magnificent nature, vivifying springs, fresh air return us to our nature. Blissful smiles of the peasants, wiping sweat after creative labor cause a certain sense of shame for fussy, urban  life and petty thoughts of the philistine!

Memory returns in an everyday routine and the faces of people, tired of this routine, on streets and in public transportation! Gloomy faces! Your blissful smile raised by fine dawn and good mood causes their embittered misunderstanding!

Evil empty eyes! Eyes without hope shadow! Do you think they are living people? They are ghosts!


What could reanimate them? The unexpected message about the fallen-down inheritance? Ardent love or pharisaic lectures on positive thinking? Anyway, to me, the silly optimist  those ghosts cause compassion!

But whether they need our pious sermons? But resuscitation requires understanding!

One can always  make  one’s own entertainment! And what do you think?


The Turn by Vadim Gazi (Vagif Gaziyev).

He slowly undid the massive buttons of her charming blouse. To his look the swarthy, rising breast with the peaked pink nipples opened!

She felt his strong hairy hands on the breast. “The imaginary has become obvious!” the trite thought rushed at her.

He kissed her breast with tenderness, leading his tongue round on her nipples. And all this time she felt his hands which were gently ironing all her body. His hand slowly went down under her lacy bikini and his fingers shyly groped the vagina! Then also slowly kissing he started going down to the navel and more down… He continued this “torture” slowly caressing and kissing her below!

Natalie was heated, and also wet below from the passion. She moaned from the pleasure and, having bent down to him, who was caressing her vagina, whispered to his ear with awe: “I can’t bear it, I’m begging you, please, please, enter, enter me!”

He laid her on the bed, continuing tenderly to cover her body with the kisses. She felt on herself his ticklish kisses, the state was so enthusiastic that she wanted both to escape and to stay! And from his hot hands such energy was proceeding as if it was an electric current!

Her hands feverishly undid his shirt and, slowly falling, groped the massive horse that was torn from the leash to the freedom!

He slowly took off her lacy bikini from and groped her elastic buttocks, imperiously moved apart her beautiful legs and slowly entered her!

She let out delighted shout of pleasure. Al vigorously pushed his body: she, having dexterously raised her body and moved in unison with him! In a few minutes he replaced the pose, imperiously, having grabbed her hips, having attached behind her again, and again seized her!

With passionate ecstasy Natalie turned the head to behold the coition of their bodies! Standing so, she felt his hot hands squeezing her nipples and was submitted to his power with the humility of a slave. His brawny, slightly suntanned feet densely nestled on her smooth, roundish feet: during this instant she felt that she belongs to him both with her body and soul!

Al, embraced her behind, continued to cover all her body with hot kisses! They merged in a final kiss when he was convulsively hammered in an orgasm.


I was a young man when I died, I was a flash, I was full of pride! Deep Purple.

Italian Fabiano Antoniani, 40, reportedly killed himself yesterday by pressing a button after he was approved for euthanasia in a Dignitas clinic in Forch, Switzerland.


Fabiano Antoniani ended his life in a Switzerland suicide clinic after a horror car crash left him paralysed.


He died surrounded by his family and his girlfriend after he was approved for euthanasia in a clinic in Forch, Switzerland, this week

The DJ had battled for three years to get approval from the Italian government to take his own life, even begging President Sergio Mattarella to end his “nightmare”.

But he was forced to travel to Switzerland after a debate for a change in the law to allow assisted suicide was shelved 11 times in Parliament after strong opposition.



The DJ was left blind and quadriplegic in 2014 after smashing into another car when he bent over while driving to pick up his mobile phone.

He was fed with a tube connected to his stomach and had to be cared for 24 hours-a-day because he could not move his arms or legs.

The DJ killed himself by pressing a button himself which contained a lethal substance.

He had attempted rehabilitation and other experimental treatments

Mr Antoniani, who was also known as DJ Fabo, had attempted rehabilitation and other experimental treatments, but did not see enough improvement.

After arriving in Switzerland, Mr Antoniani released a final statement saying: “Finally I have managed to arrive to Switzerland.

“I have arrived alone, without the help of the State. I will be relieved soon from this hell of pain.”

In his final days he explained his life no longer had any sense for him, according to ANSA.


Last month the DJ sent a video to the Italian President, begging him: “Please, let me die. I live in a nightmare that never ends”

“I’m unable to support the physical and mental pain,” he said in a document that was delivered to the Luca Coscioni right-to-die association.

“I live at my mother’s home in Milan with a person who helps me and my girlfriend who spends as much time as possible with me.

“They take me out often, but I don’t want to. My days are soaked with suffering and desperation, as I longer find a sense to my life now.

“I am firmly determined to end this agony of mine, as I consider this more dignified and coherent to the person that I am”.

Last month the DJ sent a video to the Italian President, begging him: “Please, let me die. I live in a nightmare that never ends.”



He had battled for three years to get approval from the Italian government to end his own life, pictured before the accident



His girlfriend, Valeria Imbrogno, posted a heartbreaking message on Facebook


Ms Imbrogno posted a heartbreaking message on Facebook, saying: “I wish this night would never end.”

Activist Marco Cappato, who supported Mr Antoniani in his journey, claimed that the DJ killed himself by pressing a button which contained a lethal substance.

The case has since sparked a heated debate in Italy.

Some have called for Mr Cappato to face charges for the DJ’s death after helping him to book tickets to travel to Switzerland.

nintchdbpict0003054441391Flomena Gallo, the secretary of a pro-euthanasia charity called Association Luca Coscioni, said they regularly have people contacting them and asking for help.

She said euthanasia in Switzerland costs around £8,510 or €10,000, so it is not done on a whim.

She said: “There are a lot of Italians who ask us for information about how to do it.

“In 2015, 225 asked us. Of those, 117 decided to go to Switzerland and not all of them decided, in the end, to die.

“Some of them, after some tests and medical revisions decided to come back to Italy. The question is to have the option of deciding for yourself.”


Do you accept euthanasia?




Margaret LeAnn Rimes Cibrian (born August 28, 1982), known professionally as LeAnn Rimes, is an American singer. Known for her rich vocals, Rimes rose to stardom at age 13 following the release of the Bill Mack song “Blue“, becoming the youngest country music star since Tanya Tucker in 1972.



Rimes made her breakthrough into country music in 1996 with her debut album, Blue, which reached No. 1 on the Top Country Albums chart and was certified multi-platinum in sales by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). The album’s eponymous leadoff single, “Blue”, became a Top 10 hit and Rimes gained national acclaim for her similarity to Patsy Cline‘s vocal style. When she released her sophomore studio effort in 1997, You Light Up My Life: Inspirational Songs, she moved towards country pop material, which set the trend for a string of albums released into the next decade.


Rimes has won many awards, including two Grammys, three ACMs, a CMA, 12 Billboard Music Awards, and one American Music award. She has released ten studio albums and three compilation albums and two greatest hits albums, one released in the U.S. and the other released internationally, through her record label of 13 years, Curb Records, and placed over 40 singles on American and international charts since 1996. She has sold over 37 million records worldwide, with 20.3 million album sales in the United States according to Nielsen SoundScanBillboard ranked her 17th artist of the 1990–2000 decade. Rimes has also written four books: two novels and two children’s books.