Leaders Give Russia No Reason to Sober Up: Tatyana Tolstaya

Jul 29, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Bloomberg

The other day, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev signed a law equating beer with alcoholic beverages, a move that restricts its advertisement and limits its sale and distribution.

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Small Town America UGX

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Another brillant non-solution to a serious problem. The Russians have booze genes that makes them think they are invincible, until they die at an early age. Liquid courage, self-decieving, and always in denial.
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148 million bottles of vodka on the wall, 148 million bottles of vodka, if one of these should happen to fall, 147,999,000 bottles of vodka on the wall..........

Hic !!!


Guzzle, guzzle, that vodka like wine,
it is one reason for Russia's decline -
For three quarters of it's population it is fine,
they will continue to destroy themselves in due time. Hahahaha !!!

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Small Town America UGX wrote:
148 million bottles of vodka on the wall, 148 million bottles of vodka, if one of these should happen to fall, 147,999,000 bottles of vodka on the wall..........
Dimwit. You've already shown us you need ESOL classes and now here you are proving you can't even do simple math.

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