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    Today's Lenin's birthday and the Subbotnik

    Hello,
    Today's the birthday of Great Lenin, the most humanistic human being, who lived, who's alive, who will live for all time in His Muusoleum and in our hearts. Accoring to Great Lenin's will all of us must go out for the Subbotnik (clean springing in English translation) in order to shift the country to the radiant future!

    ВСЕ НА СУББОТНИК!
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    В обычных странах церковь отделена от государства, а в России - от Бога.

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    After a while one could say: Христос Воскресе, Владимир Ильич!
    Я так думаю.

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    May his space-age enbalming be dutifully applied again!
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    Re: Today's Lenin's birthday and the Subbotnik

    Quote Originally Posted by mishau_
    Hello,
    Today's the birthday of Great Lenin, the most humanistic human being, who lived, who's alive, who will live for all time in His Muusoleum and in our hearts. Accoring to Great Lenin's will all of us must go out for the Subbotnik (clean springing in English translation) in order to shift the country to the radiant future!

    ВСЕ НА СУББОТНИК!
    I think you will find the expression to be "spring cleaning", not "clean sprining"
    Hei, rett norsken min og du er død.
    I am a notourriouse misspeller. Be easy on me.
    Пожалуйста! Исправляйте мои глупые ошибки (но оставьте умные)!
    Yo hablo español mejor que tú.
    Trusnse kal'rt eturule sikay!!! ))

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    It's "Earth-Day" here, clean up the planet and think good GREEN thoughts.
    I celebrated by spending $20 on gas to go collect some pesky lobsters from littering my green traps.
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    $20 for gas? Gas must be cheap in MA, cause here it is $3 a gallon!
    Hei, rett norsken min og du er død.
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    $4.00 at the dock.... Anything "marine-grade' is extra
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    Well, the Subbotinik is gone now and replaced by the Orthodox Easter. Russia is an orthodox country that worship a god from the Mausoleum along with Jesus. Judging by absence of traffic jams today, I gather the celebration went well.

    P.S. А у Бармалея три башки, ну прямо Змей Горынович
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    Quote Originally Posted by capecoddah
    It's "Earth-Day" here, clean up the planet and think good GREEN thoughts.
    I celebrated by spending $20 on gas to go collect some pesky lobsters from littering my green traps.
    Kume-by-yah
    20 bucks? Do you keep them in your garage or something?
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    Last time I subbotniked I have to skip a day because of pain in my back.
    Единственное, что люди любят давать бесплатно - это советы.

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    I enjoy American's complaints of "high gas prices".

    In the UK we pay 2-3 times as much as you. So shut up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TATY
    I enjoy American's complaints of "high gas prices".

    In the UK we pay 2-3 times as much as you. So shut up.
    It's in the Consitution that we only have to pay 1/3rd as much for our "petrol" as you do. That's why we threw your tea off that boat that time and we seceded from your crummy little island.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TATY
    I enjoy American's complaints of "high gas prices".

    In the UK we pay 2-3 times as much as you. So shut up.
    well its like tradition or somthing our fore fathers complained of a tea tax which the tea was still cheap and complained about taxes which an avrege briton pays 55 times more see
    Long live america the land of great and free people

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    well its like tradition or somthing our fore fathers complained of a tea tax which the tea was still cheap and complained about taxes which an avrege briton pays 55 times more see

    Erm, eh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by basurero
    well its like tradition or somthing our fore fathers complained of a tea tax which the tea was still cheap and complained about taxes which an avrege briton pays 55 times more see

    Erm, eh?
    SHhhhhhhh. Let it die with a whimper. Look at the bright side: at least he didn't say "four fathers."
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