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My Favorites have Dropped in Price…

Just went to the store and bought some staples. I was actually mouth open, tongue lolling amazed…

Red beets at 9 rubles a kilo… (.15 a kilo or .07 per pound)

Yellow onions at 12 rubles a kilo… (.20 a kilo or .09 per pound)

Whole chicken at 89 rubles a kilo… (1.48 per kilo or .67 per pound)

Eggs at 43 rubles for 10 each…

Boza’s food at 14.5 rubles per pack…

And a Partridge in a Pear Tree, wait I mean, “One block of real Russian cheese at 225 rubles per kilo…”

Yes I am in a good mood and I have packed our freezer to the max with goodies for a rainy day. It was a tight squeeze but a big fat chicken is now freezing also…

Russia is really producing product now and I plus many thank the USA for being such dick heads. For Russia needed to get off its ass and be self-sufficient again…

Have a nice day…

Posted by Kyle Keeton
Windows to Russia


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You can act to change and control your life; and the procedure, the process is its own reward. - Amelia Earhart