Just a walking in our city we live in…

I walked from about 7 a.m. till 10:30 a.m.
Blood sugar got very low, so I stopped at Globus and ate breakfast…

I call the theater the “Hollywood Delight” and the other image is what I bought for 139 rubles. 139 rubles is about $2.50….I could have ate cheaper by far, but when my sugar levels get in the threes, my judgment gets messed up. Though, I have to say, it was really good and I enjoyed the time watching Russians shop and shop and shop and eat and eat…

The theater is near where we live and plays first run Hollywood movies. I see it is playing the new Panther Movie or what ever it is called.. Don’t really care to say the truth. I just know that it is way too expensive to go to a theater like this. I would image it is 1000 rubles a ticket?

Breakfast was hash browns, meat, peas, fried eggs and a wonderful coffee….I counted over three hundred people eating breakfast. Globus has anything you would want from pancakes to omelets…

Life is good in Russia…

WtR

U.S. Spies, Seeking to Retrieve Cyberweapons, Paid Russian Peddling Trump Secrets

New York times admits that we are a country of looney’s….simply by writing an article like this…

The headquarters of the National Security Agency in Fort Meade, Md.CreditJim Lo Scalzo/European Pressphoto Agency

After months of negotiations, the Russian insisted on including information about the president as part of a deal involving stolen hacking tools.

Source: U.S. Spies, Seeking to Retrieve Cyberweapons, Paid Russian Peddling Trump Secrets

Our democracy/republic and or what ever you want to call it, is dead, murdered slowly these last 50++ years, and both parties, Republican and Democrat, colluded in the killing. We are living in a nation ruled by an openly corporate owned government, with a Chief executive, our so called President and administration, who are puppets (be they willing or not,) administering the affairs of the nation at the behest of his corporate masters and wealthiest donors…

I guess the article sounds good when you are talking to children and telling a story to catch their interest. Maybe a cartoon would be better? Maybe we have seen too many cartoons? The fact is that by even writing something like this, we tell the whole world that we are looney tunes and much more dangerous than having ACME deliver something to catch the Road Runner…

Is America the land of children acting like adults?

Lets at least, get a few James Bonds on payroll!

WtR