Coffee and E-Mails from Ukraine and Russia…

This morning when I woke up and made that cup of coffee. I fired up the laptop and after it was warmed up. I clicked on my mailbox and I thought that my e-mail box had been spammed. I had an unbelievable amount of e-mails from Russians and Ukrainians that told me where they are from and that they could see the site okay now. They expressed about how good the blog was and that they feel that being blocked was a poor example of a government for Ukraine. Some expressed that it had to be a technical malfunction because they do not want to think what the world would be like if governments start censoring the Internet all over the world…

I can not answer all of these e-mails personally. So I am writing this article in response to these e-mails. So I did a lot of reading this morning. These e-mails came from as far away as Siberia in Russia and a slew of them came out of Odessa, Ukraine…

It is strange because I got a dozen or so e-mails from America and they were derogatory and degrading about Russia and Ukraine. I got one nice one from America, from a wonderful older lady who sends me a note now and then. But her opened eyed response is very rare for America…

I was just about ready to pull the contact page from the blogs, due to spam. But I think that now I will leave it. I was stunned by the positive e-mails for once and now know that people are out there who care…

It is strange that every time I get to the point of not caring and think that only people out there reading are people that try to find fault no matter how tiny and they like to put words in your mouth. That is when I get fed up with putting up with people and their idiosyncrasies…

But along comes a huge response to my Ukraine articles and that makes me smile. It also gives me much reason to keep on writing. Oh I know, some of you will shake your head and say, I wish he would go away. But for over 4 years many have wanted me to go away and some even predicted rudely that I would go away. But now I have outlasted expectations and realize that Windows to Russia has a place in the blog sphere now. It has a huge base of followers that come by in the thousands and thousands a day…

So I want to thank everyone for the great e-mails. They made my day… 🙂

Kyle Keeton
Windows to Russia!

kKEETON @ Windows to Russia…

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A survivor of six heart attacks and a brain tumor, a grumpy bear of a man, who has declared Russia as his new and wonderful home (&) Honestly, I have no idea how much to ask for, but is a gift of even $1 something you'd be able to consider, to help keep Windows to Russia online in a Tiny Russian Village?

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