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July 30, 2007

SUMMER CAMP IN RUSSIA

They're not making lanyards.

(Thanks to BillyJoeJimBob)

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FIRST to say t his is pretty scary!!

One time, in band camp...

yikes!

I hate pypetad.

As I was saying, that is some scary sh! ... stuff.

Maybe all those Russian guys who emigrated to the US will go back now and take their damn loud disco at 3:00 a.m. with them!

Get off my lawn, Comrade PUNK!

Beats the heck out of archery and basket weaving!

Funny Headline----Scary story!

"Procreating for the Motherland" is a line even I never tried in college...

Yep ... get ready ... the Russian Bear did not die, or go away ... he wuz merely restin' up for the new millennium ...

This time might be the crimelords runnin' things instead of the Communists, but it'll be the same result ... come to think of it ... we might have a few crime lords runnin' stuff on our side of the pond, too ...

NAH ... it can't happen here ... right? (That's whut Sinclair Lewis said, NEway ...)

Or, is it possible?

It's been a long time since I heard anything quite so sobering. This really frightens me.

Photo caption: "Millions of young Russians at a youth camp discerningly similar to the Hitler Youth"

"discerningly"? I thought maybe the Brits had a radically different meaning for that word, but no, even the OED doesn't have one. Any guesses as to the word that was intended? "disturbingly" maybe?

I think it's meant to be disconcertingly. At least that would make some kind of sense in the context of the article.

hey, calm down. we're all devo.

Hey I just got an idea, maybe the proletariat should overthrow capitalism or sumpin' . . . or maybe not . . .

I'd love to see a comparison between the post-camp pregnancy rate for this thing vs. any of the "Virgin Teens for Jesus"-type camps.

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