Some Images I like…

Yes, just some images I found on the internet…

I find it interesting to get a perspective about how high I moved up in the world, as far as north is concerned. Follow the line over to Canada and then you can see how far into Canada our north position is. I have to look at this to keep in mind where I went. I moved from Kentucky to Moscow and that means I went north and if you keep going, you will see that we hit Alaska, but we are not even really north in Russia. I would call Moscow southern,, but it is way northern compared to the 48 states of America. There is a long ways to go to hit the Arctic. I still, after ten years, find it amazing that I live in Russia. Still after 10 years…

Yelena Isinbayeva – “IAAF President Sebastian Coe said that ‘clean’ athletes might have an opportunity to compete under a neutral, white flag, but not the Russian flag. I had this question: ‘How come the same athlete is “clean” under a blank and guilty under the Russian flag?’” – Good question Yelena….That shows it is a very political game being played by the west and it must be sad living in the Western Empire and seeing the world moving on without you. Even as you try to hinder such movement. Yes it is sad…

I never fought fair in war. If you did, you died! Hand to hand combat in the real world is nothing like Hollywood portrays it. People who have never been there and done that, only know how cool Hollywood is. Bang bang, one punch, twist neck, instant death and super blows of death. LOL….Just think how I would fight now, as a grouchy old bear………..

Kind of sums up Freedom real well… (Ignorant is the word!)

WtR

kKEETON @ Windows to Russia…

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