“Murky deeds” or not, Russian society is developing in a variety of directions
We have allegedly seen our last warm weekend of the year here in Moscow.
Two people are dead, having suffered from cold, hunger and terror before they died.
People will at least be able to tell their grandkids that they survived the Great Smog-Over of 2010.
Moscow is the sort of city where people are willing to take a chance on you
“How dull,” I thought. “These people are missing out.”
This is painfully funny satire that even Gogol couldn’t dream up.
It’s going to be difficult, but nothing’s easy regarding Iran, simulated or otherwise.
April 9, 2010 was a historic day for humankind.
“Thank God!” She yelled. “Didn’t you say you were going to head north this morning?”