Where you dug up such an alcoholic delirium???
The quote is someone else's, Cossacks I believe. He thinks that the US stole all the electricity in Vladivastok. We both laugh at this joke, the Cossack joke.
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Posted 19 October 2008 - 02:10 AM
One of my friends married a Russian woman years ago. She is tall, blonde, and a classical musician. Now she has finished law school. They seem very happy. I'm sure that she intends to stay here. I don't know of any this year.
The abortion rate is down in Russia. Maybe things are better, at least a few Russian women may now want babies.
The main reason why Russian women want to marry Western men is because they want to have a family and they have not found a suitable mate in their own country.
Russian women are motivated to get and stay married. However, there is a considerable amount of adjustment that must take place to make the marriage work.
You will have to overcome cultural differences, language problems, and other types of misunderstandings. You will need to be patient.
In addition, usually marriages between Russian women and Western men are marriages between two people who hardly know each other.
There is an old saying: Women marry men hoping they will change, while men marry women hoping they won’t. Usually, they are both disappointed.
This is not a situation unique to Russian women – it seems to be universal to all women. There will be friction. Mainly, because your wife will slowly try to change you. And you, of course, will resist changing.
Russian women usually try to take charge of the house and the family. They see this as their responsibility. This is because most Russian women in fact are the head of the household in Russia.
Many Russian men either were not present in the home or they neglected their family responsibilities in favor of the pursuit of pleasure.
You will be shocked when the demure little sex kitten you met in Kiev starts to show her claws after you are married.
You think she has changed and you don’t like it. You may wonder where that cute little girl that you first met has gone to. Well, that cute little girl is now a wife and she takes her responsibilities as a wife seriously.
She begins to do what she has seen all Russian women doing since she was a little girl – taking care of their families the only way they know how – by taking charge.
And changing you to fit into family life is part of the process. You will not be successful by digging in your heels and refusing to change. This is going to be your greatest challenge. Deciding where to change and when to stand your ground.
Posted 19 October 2008 - 02:17 AM
you co-ck sucking asssniffing motha-fvcking bastardss... for what you did to Russia you are gonna get aborted ... let's call it ..a... Late ...Very Late Abortion....
the payback shall be a bitch...
Posted 19 October 2008 - 02:18 AM
Let me put this way. Russian women will continue marry American (Russian, German, etc) men for love. It is becoming more common for Western men married to Russian women to live in Russia (businessman, managers, oil business, etc). However, the concept of marrying an American man (doesn't matter who) to escape the Russian reality is a thing of the past.
Posted 19 October 2008 - 02:21 AM
Here's one story: A woman who was an actress in Russia, married a man in the US who was a dog breeder. It was in the 90s of course. She lives in a horrible "house" in a country side. Her job is to clean cages where he keeps his Mastiffs. Powerty, the man is impotent, and so on ... I don't think after such movies, stories, articles ... anyone would want to marry an American.
Posted 19 October 2008 - 02:21 AM
Well, if you say so. I have no idea, really. If things are so much better, I am glad.
Posted 19 October 2008 - 02:26 AM
Posted 19 October 2008 - 02:43 AM
Actually they made a documentary about Anastasia King, which I watched. Horrible ....
Posted 19 October 2008 - 02:51 AM
.....I also watched that documentary. It may sound harsh but I think something was really wrong with a brain of Russian girl. I cannot see any reason why so beautiful, young lady married such an ugly, stinking fat goat. IIRC, according to mentioned documentary, two murderers of Anastasia were focking pederasts, they used to fock each
Posted 19 October 2008 - 02:56 AM
Have four Russian women who stayed in Russia been killed by their husbands in the past ten years?
Posted 19 October 2008 - 03:00 AM
Payback will not be a bitch, because you are - and will always be The Bitch. Get used to it, adjust to your reality.
Posted 19 October 2008 - 09:16 AM
Have you heard of the ballestic missile shield? It is the end of your idle threat.
I am not afraid.
Posted 19 October 2008 - 10:20 PM
what's "ballestic missile shield" .... ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.....
Posted 19 October 2008 - 10:26 PM
How are you doing today, TB?
If you were not actually TB, you would enlist in the Russian Army. They know what a little B really wants. You are so anxious to see combat, so why not volunteer to be part of that combat?
Enlist B, or remain TB forever.
Behind the Russian Stock Market Meltdown
A series of shocks, including fears of a new Cold War, caused share prices to fall even before this week's turmoil. Foreign investors may not return soon
by Jason Bush
Is history repeating itself? That's surely a question many Russians must be asking themselves. Almost exactly 10 years after the financial crash of 1998, Russian markets are once again in turmoil. On Sept. 16, Moscow's largest stock exchange, MICEX, fell by a jaw-dropping 17.5%, the largest one-day loss in a decade, while the rival RTS exchange was down by 11.5%.
The free fall continued on Sept. 17, causing Russia's stock market regulator to suspend trading on both exchanges. The Russian central bank pumped a record $14.1 billion into the financial system, while the Finance Ministry said it would provide $44.9 billion in short-term loans to the country's biggest banks.
Compared with the gyrations in Moscow, the 5% declines in other global markets look pretty mild. What's more, the collapse in Russia is not simply a knee-jerk response to bad news elsewhere. Well before this week's chaos on Wall Street, the Russian stock market was imploding. Since the beginning of July, the RTS has lost 54% of its value, equivalent to some three-quarters of a trillion dollars.
Posted 20 October 2008 - 06:36 PM
oh no..... nobody likes this ...can not believe it?
who are you people?
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