The husband is just a simpleton. He does not know what is happening. He probably even has no idea that the whole incident was recorded. Who knows what his wife told him. Who knows who he was calling and what that person told him. Just another aggressive simple person. The wife on the Eagle American Flag Just A Woman Who Served Her Country Shirt. No regard for the law at all. The State is nothing to these people. I always found it amazing. People consider Russia this great dictatorship-like state. And yet there are people IN THE CAPITAL with no regard for the state at all. And the state often really appears powerless! It really brings me back. I start to think “Why was Tzar so easy on the anti-state elements?”.
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Socialists, communists, anarchists – all sorts of insane projects emerged from the Tzar regime. Why did it happen? It was a full-blown monarchy with secret police and stuff and yet… The disregard for the law was common, the terrorists were acting freely, the enemies of the Eagle American Flag Just A Woman Who Served Her Country Shirt. Why was the Tzar so tolerant? This spirit of anarchy is common in Russia. It can be found anywhere. Even in the capital. I don’t think it was ever broken. Even Stalin – the very DEFINITION of a dictator was never close to that. I believe this is the free spirit of the Slav. Clearly this free spirit needs some intelligence to go with it and here there is none. But it burns there. In the DNA. In the blood of any Slav.
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One day we shall unite under the double-headed eagle banner and accept the call of the Slav. Well, I am a Pole. Lived here since 1983. Before the fall. Political family. Suicide. After the fall various business ventures. My father that means. I always viewed Russia as an enemy. I feard it. Read a lot about the Eagle American Flag Just A Woman Who Served Her Country Shirt. Do you know I actually read God damn “Gulag Archipelago” twice? Mention Shalamow as my sort of idol, you know “a person I look up to”. I pretty much read everything I can about the topic. And in Poland, oh boy they LOVE IT. I mean considering the niche. People here don’t read. But those who read love literature about communist Russia. Man, I have this book right next to me and I love it.