Just a picture day… Moscow

Svetochka and I make all the delights that you can buy from all the stores. It actually in the case of the pigs in the blankets is cheaper to just buy them from the local kiosk. But….I like to know that there is quality in what we eat…

You never know what others use as food items in this world. When we make pizza, we put the cheese we like, the mushrooms we like and the sauce we like. Then bake it just how we like….with the oven we have, life is perfectly compared to a “bakery ala freshness”…

Papa Johns (yes we have Papa Johns pizza,) just does not hold a candle to what you can make and you can make pizza so much cheaper at home…

Moscow is snowed under….just look at the images above. Enough said…

Poor trees are uprooted everywhere. Limbs are snapped all around. Poor trees…then to add insult to injury it hit -20c below this morning…

Oh I love it!

WtR

Sometimes the grass is greener…

English Translation Below…

Source: Политнавигатор – Новости Украины и России

Крупнейшее украинское машиностроительное предприятие потеряло подавляющее большинство своих работников после начала конфликта в Донбассе.

Об этом в эфире телеканала NewsOne заявил депутат Верховной Рады Евгений Мураев, передает корреспондент «ПолитНавигатора».

«Я разговаривал с замдиректора «Азовмаша». Крупное предприятие, когда-то на нем работало 15 тысяч человек. Я часто привожу пример — сейчас тысяча. Я спрашиваю: а где все остальные? Он мне говорит: «Евгений, вы не поверите — автобусами забирали в Российскую Федерацию на все вагоностроительные заводы». Целыми семьями, целыми цехами уезжали люди. Потому что им давали квартиры, им давали нормальную зарплату, за ними никто не бегал с гранатометом и в балаклаве, они получали работу и прогнозируемое будущее», — рассказал Мураев.

“The largest Ukrainian machine-building enterprise lost the overwhelming majority of its workers after the conflict in Donbass began.

“Talked about this on the news channel NewsOne, Verkhovna Rada deputy Yevgeny Murayev said, the correspondent of “Political Navigator” reports.

I spoke with the Deputy Director of Azovmash. He said, “A large enterprise, once it was working 15 thousand people. I now about a thousand work here.”

I ask: “Where is everyone else?”

He said to me: “Eugene, you will not believe it – they took buses and trucks to the Russian Federation for all wagon-building plants.” then said “Whole families, whole workshops left with all the people. Because they were given apartments, they were given a “normal salary, no one from Russia ran after them with a grenade launcher in a mask, they got work and a predictable future,” Murayev said.

Hmm….something to think about…

Called watering the grass…

WtR