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As you will hear from us many times, there are always exceptions but by and large you’re more likely to get in to get in real trouble more often by venturing int the wrong neighborhood in a large US city than you will in Eastern Europe.

One key difference between Bulgaria and the US is that Bulgaria is full of what we like to call “Mafia Douchebags,” however Mafia Douchebags most of the time behave like bees: don’t fuck with them and they won’t fuck with you.

It’s also only a two to three hour flight from most major EU airports (i.e. It does not directly border nor is it even particularly close to any Western European countries with large numbers of drunken asshole football fans (DAFFs).

Pete Dadds, part of the lifeboat crew who attended the incident, said the man would have died if he had continued. "His boat was not properly rigged so he was just getting battered, he was at the mercy of the elements.

A Bulgarian man pleaded not guilty Thursday to federal charges that he used sophisticated malware designed to steal banking credentials and other confidential information from infected computers of two western Pennsylvania companies and two California firms. Nikolov is one of at least five people arrested so far worldwide in the Avalanche investigation.

Attorney's Office in Pittsburgh alleges Krasimir Nikolov, 44, of Varna, Bulgaria, gained access to online bank accounts by transmitting malware over Avalanche, a worldwide cybercrime network dismantled last month by federal and foreign authorities.

Similar attempts to transfer 3,000 from Protech's accounts, in February and April also failed, prosecutors allege.

The indictment also says Nikolov unsuccessfully attempted to transfer 8,000 from the accounts of Foresight Sports, the San Diego company, in May, and nearly 8,000 from California Furniture Collections' in Chula Vista from March to May.

Although he speaks some English, he was aided by a translator.

From the government sources however, take what you read with a grain of salt.

When I first started traveling in Eastern Europe and reading the US State Department travel advisories I got the impression that I would need full body armor and automatic weapons to safely navigate Eastern Europe.

"He would have died, he was severely sea sick, he had the first signs of hypothermia and his boat was filling up with water.

“There's no chance it would have kept going for much longer.” The RNLI crew arrived back at Mudeford at around 6.30pm and the man was immediately taken to hospital by the waiting ambulance. As part of its “respect the water” campaign, the RNLI is urging people to take precautions when sailing or doing watersports and never to underestimate the power of the elements.

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