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Figure skating, ballet, music etc 2

  Grin
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22:12 05.07.2018
Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> Very nice park — don’t remember any park by that name in Moscow, is it new?
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Well, that's how people call it now. Maybe 20 years ago it had different name
here it is on the yandex maps
https://yandex.ru/maps/-/CBuNQJGipB
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22:18 05.07.2018
Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> Today again — the papers' headlines are mainly about the poisoning of the two Brits from Amesbury by «Novichok». Even the Independent came out with very harsh headlines https://www.independent.co.uk/?CMP=ILC-refresh Independent is owned by a Russian — by Lebedev and publishes a lot of articles which are loyalist to the Putin's regime (I can't call them pro Russian, as I don't consider the Putin's regime to be pro Russian you see. Sorry about that, but it is the truth and I don't want to lie to you.)
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I heard that news already. Sad news. Hope those two will survive like Skripals did.
What is your oppinion about it?
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22:33 05.07.2018
This photo of Yastrebinoe lake I made myself. Here you can see the ropes people use for rock climbing


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22:34 05.07.2018
Grin (25771),

I am so happy right now. Number 1 — my youngest had his SATS results today in Maths and English. He scored 58 marks out of the possible 60 in Maths and 18 out of 20 in English, coming out the top of his class. It's unbelievable how clever that little boy is. He is 7 and still in the state school — just an ordinary comprehensive, but the best in the borough. My husband wants him to go private as well, but he is so happy at the school where he is, I am just thinking «If it ain't broke, don't try to fix it». My husband just went to pick him up from the play date with his best mate — Marcello (he is an Italian boy, lovely family. Marcello's mom owns 5 beauty salons in London). The problem with private schools here is people there are snooty. My husband doesn't mind that but I do.

Yeah, number 2 — my appointment went extremely well today.
And I am starting to feel better now in terms of my flu and the hayfever is going.
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22:35 05.07.2018
Btw, there is no garbage there ^^
Just in case you have forgoten it - мусор can be translated as garbage, but also it can be translated as "policeman" (slang)


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22:37 05.07.2018
Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
> This photo of Yastrebinoe lake I made myself. Here you can see the ropes people use for rock climbing
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Beautiful.
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22:39 05.07.2018
Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
>> This photo of Yastrebinoe lake I made myself. Here you can see the ropes people use for rock climbing
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> Beautiful.
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It is. But you need to see it live to realise how really beautiful it is)

P.S. I've also climbed on the easiest rock. It wasn't really hard. But I had doubts in the beginning )
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22:39 05.07.2018
Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
> Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
>> Today again — the papers' headlines are mainly about the poisoning of the two Brits from Amesbury by «Novichok». Even the Independent came out with very harsh headlines https://www.independent.co.uk/?CMP=ILC-refresh Independent is owned by a Russian — by Lebedev and publishes a lot of articles which are loyalist to the Putin's regime (I can't call them pro Russian, as I don't consider the Putin's regime to be pro Russian you see. Sorry about that, but it is the truth and I don't want to lie to you.)
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>I heard that news already. Sad news. Hope those two will survive like Skripals did.
> What is your oppinion about it?
quoted1

I don't know what to think about all this stuff anymore. On the one hand — it keeps happening, on the other — why would Putin need to keep doing it? Unless of course people who work for him are just messy idiots and can't do things without leaving lots of traces after themselves. This stuff is getting grotesque.
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22:40 05.07.2018
Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
> Btw, there is no garbage there ^^
> Just in case you have forgoten it — мусор can be translated as garbage, but also it can be translated as «policeman» (slang)
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You are funny. Anyway, I got to go now, I will speak to you soon.
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22:42 05.07.2018
Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
>> Btw, there is no garbage there ^^
>> Just in case you have forgoten it — мусор can be translated as garbage, but also it can be translated as «policeman» (slang)
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> You are funny. Anyway, I got to go now, I will speak to you soon.
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cya
I'm going to treadmill, so I'll probably will answer you tomorrow.
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22:48 05.07.2018
Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
> Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
>> Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
>>> Btw, there is no garbage there ^^
>>> Just in case you have forgoten it — мусор can be translated as garbage, but also it can be translated as «policeman» (slang)
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>> You are funny. Anyway, I got to go now, I will speak to you soon.
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>cya
> I'm going to treadmill, so I'll probably will answer you tomorrow.
quoted1

Run for England (what I am trying to say is have a good run), as I am still too ill to run, so feeling a bit jealous. There is nothing like the feeling one has after a good run (well, apart from sex perhaps). But it is best to run outdoors. Treadmill is good for training though.
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09:53 06.07.2018
Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
>> Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
>>> Today again — the papers' headlines are mainly about the poisoning of the two Brits from Amesbury by «Novichok». Even the Independent came out with very harsh headlines https://www.independent.co.uk/?CMP=ILC-refresh Independent is owned by a Russian — by Lebedev and publishes a lot of articles which are loyalist to the Putin's regime (I can't call them pro Russian, as I don't consider the Putin's regime to be pro Russian you see. Sorry about that, but it is the truth and I don't want to lie to you.)
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>>I heard that news already. Sad news. Hope those two will survive like Skripals did.
>> What is your oppinion about it?
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>
> I don't know what to think about all this stuff anymore. On the one hand — it keeps happening, on the other — why would Putin need to keep doing it? Unless of course people who work for him are just messy idiots and can't do things without leaving lots of traces after themselves. This stuff is getting grotesque.
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Skripal's case also couldn't give Putin any profits. My liberal friend who supports Navalny thinks it's because FSB agents are messy idiots.
I think they may be very cruel and cynical people, but they aren't idiots.
I don't think PM May could have any real profits from staging it either (unless she thinks completely ruined relations with Russia will somehow benefit her). Some people think it was Portion Down safety case. I think it could be a third party.
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09:57 06.07.2018
Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
>> Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
>>> Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
>>>> Btw, there is no garbage there ^^
>>>> Just in case you have forgoten it — мусор can be translated as garbage, but also it can be translated as «policeman» (slang)
>>>
>>> You are funny. Anyway, I got to go now, I will speak to you soon.
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>>cya
>> I'm going to treadmill, so I'll probably will answer you tomorrow.
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> Run for England (what I am trying to say is have a good run), as I am still too ill to run, so feeling a bit jealous. There is nothing like the feeling one has after a good run (well, apart from sex perhaps). But it is best to run outdoors. Treadmill is good for training though.
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I like to watch movies when I run on treadmill. I am also thinking about using my VR-helmet. But running in park is better.
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19:59 06.07.2018
Anna Sherbakova today at ice show in Japan


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20:11 06.07.2018
Evgenia today


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