|Riskbreaker - 2012-03-17 |
Sir, you are missing a "Russia" tag.
You know, I had that in there based solely on conjecture. I took it out because I thought I couldn't be sure. Now I watch again and see the billboard and curse myself for not trusting my instincts.
Just stick to "in soviet russia" jokes if you're going to be clueless.
Now I'm trying to type the "oppression" the King is on about. The states has its class oppression firmly in place - is Russia making a bid for parity? Or are we talking criminal oppression? Again, how is that different from the US? Inquiring minds want to know...
Also, our Powers That Be rarely, if ever, kill journalists. Sure, they try to discredit them when they become inconvenient, but that's a far cry from murder.
So because Putin is popular in all pre and post-election polls by a wide margin, and he wins the election by a wide margin, that must mean the election is rigged? The 80,000 live webcams of voting areas must have been rigged too. And the international overseers were rigged.
And the US has murdered plenty of journalists in the states and in your various warzones (I have exactly as much admissable evidence as you do)
No, the fact that he's popular isn't why he must have rigged the elections. Rather, the fact that neutral election observers have repeatedly declared the elections unfair is what indicates that they're rigged.
See, for example:
As for murdered journalists: I'm not aware of any that the US has murdered. Links?
Regarding murdered Russian journalists:
Those links regarding both election rigging and murdered journalists are from a quick google search. I've been reading about them for several years in various sources, most reliably in the Economist. It's not news, nor is it controversial. I'm not quite sure why you're arguing the point. Russia is not a safe place to be a political dissident.
Because a journalist is killed in russia doesnt mean the russian government did it, twit.
An offhand comment I make while half awake and barely sentient leads to this.
I forgive you.
You're not living in Russia because you have yet to finish "bear fighting and trap placement for other wild fauna and drunk citizens 101" from your pocket manual of "Introduction to Russian Life". I know it's not easy, heck, i just started chapter 4 "Be ready to burn everything you have in case foreigners invade us"
|Sphinx - 2012-03-17 |
Needs a "like a boss" tag.
|Caminante Nocturno - 2012-03-17 |
Now I've got Initial D music stuck in my head.
|Scrotum H. Vainglorious - 2012-03-17 |
I take it Russia is home to the dash camera industry?
|chairsforcheap - 2012-03-17 |
IN RUSSIA LANE CHANGES YOU
|takewithfood - 2012-03-17 |
Totally meant to do that. Yep.
|Pompoulus - 2012-03-17 |
I saw that move in a Die Hard movie, but it involved more shooting.
|memedumpster - 2012-03-17 |
How else are you supposed to fire the forward missiles at the car behind you?
|fourthguy - 2012-03-17 |
|Urist - 2012-03-18 |
Only using salt/gravel on half the road keeps things interesting.
|dead_cat - 2012-03-18 |
BALLS OF STEEL
|chumbucket - 2012-03-19 |
The only thing that would have made this better is if the driver left the right turn signal on throughout the entire maneuver only turning off once they made it to the right lane.
|gorch - 2012-03-19 |
"Everyone drifts all the time here. It is impossible to drive straight!"
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