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heather
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heather

Smoke show! <3

Uma
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She looks pretty much flawless from head to toe.

Annie
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Annie

Looking good, although personally I wouldn’t want to travel anywhere near Turkey these days.

Sammy
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Sammy

Then you might not want to go anywhere near the streets either, since that’s where car accidents happen (which btw, are way more likely to kill you than anything happening in Turkey). Also avoid countries like US, UK, Germany, France, the entire African continent, Asia (too many earthquakes, too many Arabs, didn’t you know?), most parts of Europe, just to name a few. Also, please don’t go to the beach, there are sharks in the water. Please stay locked inside just to be safe.

Ula
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Hahahaha, brilliant!!! The whole world is a dangerous place, Annie.

flamingo
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flamingo

I would also stay clear of the entire Australian continent too, killer spiders and all that! :))

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Alyssa Mohino

Hey! Less so in heavily urban centres. Nothing like that when you’re on the 34th floor of a condo in Sydney

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Sarah

I don’t know if you are watching the news or not, but Turkey is still officially in a state of emergency since the coup attempt last year, and there have been a few alarming political developments. Yes, nowhere is completely safe, but tourism in Turkey is declining for a reason.
It looks like your argument boils down to someone saying they don’t want to go to a dangerous part of the city at night, and you mocking them for it, because they can also be robbed when taking a walk in a safe neighbourhood.

Sammy
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Sammy
Yup, watching the news. France is also in a state of emergency, which is where I live – do you even know what it means? It means INCREASED SECURITY, basically. More police on the streets, more raids to prevent further threats. Basically, it should make you feels safer, it means they are taking more active precautions than in other more relaxed parts of the world. I am not mocking anyone, I was simply listing potential threats – some more valid, some ridiculous, yes. My point was that terrorism is not the only threat out there, you do realize that, no?… Read more »
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Sarah
I’m not from the US, and that comparison doesn’t surprise me all that much, but thanks anyway for sharing.. The state of emergency in France due to terrorism and the state of emergency in Turkey after that coup was tried seem to be two very different things. Or at least I don’t see politicians in France imprisoning journalists and other people who speak out against the government, detaining teachers, firing civil servants en masse (about 90 000), holding referendums to amass even more power, or threaten foreign governments and their citizens over perceived slights. I never mentioned terrorism as the… Read more »
Sammy
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Sammy

Lol, I will not read anything from biased Amnesty, the fact that you would even mention it as a valid source is hilarious, as they clearly follow the US agenda so transparently, please read about it.

Sammy
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Sammy

So a military coup hits your country. You, as the president, are supposed to do nothing? No arrests? I am not a supporter, but what is a president to do – not investigate, not put the ones responsible in jail, not dissolve potential threatening institutions? People died, they were literally killed by the army. Why are you surprised measures were taken?

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Sarah

Yes… But if you read about how Erdogan handled it you might see that a lot went wrong there, and is still going wrong. The violations of human rights were not only reported by Amnesty International, but by various sources, among them the European Commission. Maybe you should read about the measures that were taken and see if you still agree with them then, because he did far more than investigate, put responsible people in jail, and dissolve threatening institutions.

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Alyssa Mohino

Out if curiosity, are you Turkish or of Turkish background? Erdogan has come under intense scrutiny for silencing liberal professors at university and more significantly, shuttering media in his country and severely restricting those that remain open. Trump is pulling the same with his own intense undermining of the free press

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Sarah

Neither from Turkey nor Turkish, but living in Central Europe, so it gets reported on quite a lot in the news. Yes, I don’t agree with Trumps practices either. Neither situation is desirable.

monika
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monika

terrorism is the biggest threat we are facing now. PERIOD. how would u feel if come of your loved ones died bc of some suicide bomber psycho? Please..

Elena
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Elena

Sarah, tourism in Turkey is declining not because you could die any moment, but because of people like you and Annie, who believe what the media feeds them, aka Islam-majoritarian countries=bad. Because if you analyze the actual facts and risk factors, the US is still more dangerous than countries like Turkey due to mass killings and higher crime rates, not to mention the current political status.

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Sarah
I responded to Sammy above, but I just want to say here quickly that I never mentioned terrorism or Islam as the reason I don’t want to visit Turkey at the moment, but rather the alarming political developments (imprisoning journalists and other people who speak out against the government etc. and in general trampling all over human rights). Tourism in Turkey is declining because of these very real developments. Also, I do not believe that countries where the majority of people adhere to Islam are bad, and like I pointed out above, I never even mentioned Islam or terrorism in… Read more »
Stellar
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Stellar

Um, the US has the highest rate of gun deaths in the world outside of war zones (not including death by cop) so I’d be careful about impugning the safety of other countries without including the US.

States of Emergency are often just political tools to silence dissent; and that is the case in Turkey. Clearly, Ms Lima finds it safe.

Anywhere can be unsafe but I would caution against reading too much into news reports. Also, Israel is in a perpetual state of conflict and tourism seems pretty stable there. I wouldn’t recommend Syria right now, however 😛

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Sarah

Yes, and it being a political tool and all the things Erdogan did since declaring this state of emergency is what is worrying. I don’t think I’d be in any great danger if I travelled there, or anything, I just don’t think it is a very attractive destination at the moment due to these political developments.
Also, not from the US 😉

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Alyssa Mohino

I thought certain central American countries like Honduras were the most dangerous outside of a wasr zone. Checvk the stats on Honduras… Not good, worse than usa

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Alyssa Mohino

Oops, off by one.
For the record, Turkey and USA are pretty close at 94th and 103rd place.. out of 210 countries no bragging rights there.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_intentional_homicide_rate

aaaaa
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aaaaa

I think Venezuela has the highest crime rate and deaths due to gun violence

Annie
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Annie

I didn’t mean because of safety reasons, I just wouldn’t want to give money to a dictatorship.

Tania
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Tania

You must be such a fun, nice person.

ariel
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ariel

So you are punishing the poor people of said dictatorship then? Good logic.

ariel
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ariel

This is the current list of dictatorships in the world, please get informed before spreading biased information.
http://www.ranker.com/list/countries-ruled-by-dictatorship/reference

Delilah
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Delilah

Turkey is essentially a dictatorship, just because it isn’t your little list

tarcin
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tarcin

As a person who has lived 15 years in an actual dictatorship and the last 15 years in Turkey, I can guarantee you that Turkey is not a dictatorship. Is it a perfect country? No, most of them aren’t. Is it as democratic as the US? Nope. Do I like the current leader? Not a chance, but I dislike most of them. But still not a dictatorship. You perpetuating false information without actually living here, while literally being brainwashed by the media is so harmful and the most ignorant thing on this board.

ultraviolet
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ultraviolet

How inspiring! I am in awe of your amazing values. Please do tell us more on how you manage to avoid giving money to China, on day to day basis, considering that at least 50% of the products you are probably using come from the most powerful dictatorship in the world.

hani
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hani

ouch!!! this is the best burn I’ve read all year! :)))))))))))))))))))))))

Eva
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BRILLIANT!!!!!!

Eva
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why can’t I upvote??

Annie
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Annie

Looks like some commenters don’t read much besides the SvC comment section, the ignorance is hilarious.

Elena
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Elena

Any chance you are talking about yourself?

Annie
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Annie

Why don’t you go read up on the lovely dictator Erdogan instead of getting so triggered about my comment? 🙂

Elena
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Elena

Thanks, I’m Turkish, living in Turkey, so I would assume that I am about a bajillion times more informed than a random scared girl on the internet.

Zoe
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“Thanks, I’m Turkish, living in Turkey[…]”Well, that would explain the defensiveness.

Elena
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Elena

Your point being…? Wouldn’t you do the same if uninformed people would say false things about your own country?

Delilah
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Delilah

Err not a good thing to say outsiders usually have a point of view insiders don’t. Foreign countries say lots of things about Americans some true soke not

Eleanor
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Eleanor

So you’re saying that a person living in country X is less informed about its own country X than a person living in country Y, whose sole source of information about country X is occasional news that might or might not be biased?

Stellar
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Stellar

Elena, don’t argue with them. Turkey is a fabulous place and I felt safer there than in many places in the US. The US education system is not terribly good at teaching critical thinking. Also, I believe that the popular vote was three million in favour of the Democrat…I wouldn’t quite call what they have in the US a democracy anymore. And have you seen the, er, President?

Stellar
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Stellar

Having said that, America is beautiful and the people unfailingly civilised and polite. If you want to see sane Americans, try to watch the PBS News Hour, it’s a view of the real America with measured, sane, informed content.

Sarah
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Sarah
Its a constitutional republic genius it was never a democracy, ever. The US education system if far more advanced removed by admin*. the electoral college has been around since the 1700’s. originally it had its use, arguably it does not anymore. the law has not caught up. it favors rural areas. its no secret education is far behind in rural areas where religion is given higher priority. in metropolitan areas people are typically very educated and open minded. Turkey is fairly liberal for the middle east for example homosexuality and being transgender are not illegal, and unlike many middle eastern… Read more »
Stellar
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Stellar

I take it the US does not have universal suffrage? Voting rules and the structure of your parliament are two different things, Sarah.
Also, why so tetchy? Are you simply not capable of sane, polite discussion? Clearly, not. I’ll avoid replying to your comments in future.
Try not to rely on ad hominem attacks and stick to the arguments. Just a tip from me to you on how to conduct a civilised discussion. Enjoy your life, have fun, relax, it’s all good🙂

Sarah
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Sarah
im not saying they are more informed, but an outsider can see things that insiders dont. just a different perspective. for example when i traveled through the middle east you quickly see removed by admin* also where in the us it would be considered very awful to make fun of a disabled person, i encountered several times where disable people were laughed at and the reasoning was their disability is karma. gays were considered subhuman and not worthy of dignity. and there is no importance placed on science, which is why people are so gullible and cling to their religion.… Read more »
Stellar
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Stellar

Oh, I can’t resist, just once more. ‘Everybody lies in the Middle East’. Fake news. Lol
Iran (and the whole eastern world) has an ancient culture and tradition… (The numbers you use are Arabic…). Oh look there is too much here to refute… You excoriate the Middle East for ‘hating gays’ and then show your own bigotry towards a whole people and culture. Honey, check your own bigotry before pointing fingers.
That is all.

Demetra
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Demetra
I thought you weren’t from the US, Sarah? What was it about lying, I thought they only did that in the Middle East… Anyway, my experience is completely different from yours. I am From Eastern Europe and I have traveled extensively both in the Middle East and in the US. The ignorant people you mentioned are definitely not just in rural areas – I lived (actually lived, not just stayed for 3 days) in New York City, Chicago and Minneapolis. During my years there, I have been asked by the people living in said cities, whether I get running water… Read more »
Stellar
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Stellar

Nicely put🙂

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Sarah

Just read up on the discussion and I know it’s a bit late but wanted to say that there seems to have been a second poster named Sarah. I am still not from the US, and don’t believe all people from the middle east lie or anything like that. In general I try to avoid making sweeping statements about people who adhere to a specific religion or live in a specific region.

Delilah
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Delilah

You’re right, and people accuse you of being brainwashed by the media? The media is overwhelmingly liberal and pro Muslim so that makes zero sense. Believe it or not some people can look at objective facts and make their own opinions!!’n

Eleanor
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Eleanor

The media is pro-Muslim??? This is rich and utterly dumb – and that is coming from a white person living in America.

Sarah
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Sarah

examples?

peegee
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peegee

Where do you live?

Tania
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Tania

It would be pretty hilarious if she was from the US, talking about other countries’ dangerous leaders.

amy
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She’s from Brazil, a country with its own fair share of tumultuous social and political issues, so I am pretty sure a beach in Bodrum won’t traumatize her. Not everyone is a special snowflake.

anisia
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anisia

Why do people feel the need to put down other people’s countries? I am from Mozambique and I am scared to think what people feel about my home country. Why don’t people think how their words are affecting others less fortunate? I can’t afford to move from my poor country for example, and the majority of people in this world can’t afford to either… so are you thinking how your words might affect them, knowing it’s not something they can change? It just seems so intentionally hurtful…

timberlake undercover
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timberlake undercover

My guess is that they do it to feel better about themselves. These sort of comments usually come from very privileged, yet sheltered people who get a kick from feeling superior for 3 minutes.

Peegee
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Peegee
Hi neighbour. I live across the border from you in South Africa. Agree completely & much of the same can be said about my country. Of course it’s important to stay informed & try to use multiple credible sources to get a more accurate picture. Whilst statistics can be valid for example, they can often distort how widespread something like crime can be. Would I visit Turkey (again) if I had a chance? Yes. But that doesn’t mean I don’t acknowledge some of the serious violations being perpetrated by Erdogan against journalists, unions & civil society organisations. Here in my… Read more »
Jason
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Jason

Ignore with silly comments. You are absolutely correct.

Frigga
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Frigga

Perfection. Cute boyfriend. He is lucky!

ule
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I like her bikini, she looks cute. I didn’t know her legs were so thin.

Delilah
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Delilah

She’s an apple shape he legs have always been thin

aline
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aline

Arrghh that head is to die for,she can do no wrong in my eyes like perfection personified.
And as a Turkish person,I am glad she is enjoying the lovely beaches of my country. And it kinda surprises me to see her going for a neither rich nor famous guy.Such a rare thing these days.

Sharlane
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Sharlane

She looks amazing all the time. I actually think she looks better like this than for the VS shows where she has super cut abs from her weeklong fasting and gallon-a-day water/protein shake diet (google it if u don’t know what I’m referencing).

Retrobanana
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Retrobanana

She isn’t with julien Edelman anymore man was pretty epic having the best players in the league dating the most beautiful women on the planet

SmartAsAnAngel
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SmartAsAnAngel

Amazed that a VS angel can trigger such intense geopolitical discussions 😉 best SvsC thread in years 🙂

herpderp
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herpderp

Never thought I’d see an Adriana Lima post turn so political.

Aga
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Yeah, I was wondering how it got up to 50 comments, haha

herpderp
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herpderp

Me too haha

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