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Russia's Woes?

Russia is currently in the grips of the worst economic and political turmoil it has seen since the breakup of the Soviet Union. What do you think about the woeful state of our former enemy?
  • "As a Siberian potato farmer, it's hard for me to adjust to these hard times after so many years of tremendous prosperity."

    Yvgeny Koptev
    Potato Farmer
  • "Why don't they do one of those Five Year Plans? Those were pretty successful. Except, I guess, for the famine and genocide."

    Craig Sims
    Systems Analyst
  • "Things are that bad over there, huh? No wonder all my mail-order brides have been sick or dead on arrival."

    Rob Traschel
    School Psychologist
  • "It's just so awful what has happened over there. I mean, she was the people's princess."

    Lauren Geist
    Homemaker
  • "We can help support the Russian economy in all sorts of ways: Request Stolichnaya for our screwdrivers. Buy more nesting dolls. Rent Battleship Potemkin."

    Patti Bauer
    Photographer
  • "The U.S. should not offer any aid to Russia until Nikolai Volkov publicly apologizes for hitting Sergeant Slaughter over the head with that folding chair."

    Timothy Hughes
    Auto Mechanic
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