Photos while walking and about…

Now that I got my mobile camera back in full swing, I can get pictures again that help to tell my story in Russia…

I think I will send the image of McDonald’s to the headquarters of the McDonald’s in the Moscow Downtown area….we sat there one hour. 12 employees visible, almost empty place and had to eat with almost every table dirty. Never cleaned up and I took this as we left…

and

This is our map for people to find there way around. This map is posted publicly (literally on every other street corner) to help you get from point A to point B…

The map details are at least thirty years old. It is basically unusable for anyone not from the area. Roads blocked now are not there. New roads are not there. New buildings are not there. Example is where we live. They show us as tiny one and two story homes still…

Example…

Yellow dots are basically where we live. The black outline the exact streets around our section of homes…

Changed a bunch…

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Love the images kids draw…

and last but not least…

Sveta caught my eye to this promotion. She said, “They are hurting, look at this!” I said, “So they are no longer the King of razors in Russia!”

Gillette is hurting and hurting bad in Russia. Gillette use to be the undisputed KING of shaving stuff within Russia and were until they played the fool on advertisements. Now you will find Gillette shavers collecting dust on the shelves and Gillette has seen it necessary to run promotions, promotions that they have never had to do before…

BIC is selling like gangbusters in Russia and most guys like me have switched to Russia made. It is as good if not better than Gillette…

Russia needs to remove Gillette from the country, but that is just my personal preference and I know they will not… Have you seen the latest again another Gillette crap video and advertisement?

Sorry people keep politics and personal issues out of the corporations. Just make a damn good product and treat everyone as being neutral…

Have a nice day…

WtR

kKEETON @ Windows to Russia…

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