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Yes its May Day.....salute to my comrades in arms.

 

 

:clapping::biggrin::rofl::haha::

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Yes its May Day.....salute to my comrades in arms.

 

 

:clapping::biggrin::rofl::haha::

 

 

We will crush the capitalists beneath the people's heels!!!!!

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yeah that worked out for them well.lol :wink:

 

Yeah, We're still waitin for that shoe Krushev threatened us with...lol.

 

Happy May day commies... :good:

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I think you guys were the good guys

 

commies...

 

j/k :smile:

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We will crush the capitalists beneath the people's heels!!!!!
Until that 'wall' fell on their heads! The only way to beat us is to make a lot of crap we want! Then charge us hella prices for it :blink: Edited by Viper6

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[soviet_Accent]

 

 

 

 

Is this being some sick capitalist joke against Soviet Union?

 

 

 

[/soviet_Accent]

Edited by JA 37 Viggen

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Ahhh nothing like hearing the crack of cheap leather boots, the clank of an Ural truck, and sputter of migs over head.

 

Happy May Day to all combatace Comrades, may Stalin be with you and Mao keep your bellies full.

Edited by ironroad

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In Russia.....KGB means.......kiss goodbye your butt. :biggrin:

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haha rofl! my girlfreind {who lives in moskow} told me yesterday that gas is like a 1.50 a gallon there{ i know its in liters i converted the price} so one could argue that things are a bit better than you would think, however........she is a drafter and makes around a hundred bucks a week so maby its not so good.

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Russia is an exporter of oil, so they have more than they need, literally.

 

My favorite Smirnoff quote: "In Russia we have a saying. Women are like buses. That's it, women are like buses."

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