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jgoins Report This Comment
Date: February 27, 2017 07:30AM

Does anyone doubt that this could happen?
shakes Report This Comment
Date: February 27, 2017 05:07PM

So a guy comes along and gives you a "red, white, and blue" flag with Trump on it. Who would think someone would be an incredible DICK and use Russia flags just to stir the pot. Plus, I'm so old the only Russian flag I know is the RED one with a sickle, hammer and star on it. You remember, when I lived in fear every day of Nuclear Holocaust during the "Cold War". When did the Russian flag change to red white and blue, anyway?
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: February 27, 2017 09:35PM

Well I am that old too but since the fall of the soviet union I believe that hammer and sickle has probably been retired.
shakes Report This Comment
Date: February 27, 2017 10:55PM

You're right, that flag was reintroduced in 1991 after the breakup of Communist Russia. It was the flag before the revolution in 1917. I thought maybe they stole the red, white, and blue from us, but that was the flag as early as the 1690's.
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: February 28, 2017 06:47AM

From what I understand white for was God, Blue for king and Red for people and/or country, which seems strange to me since most my life I thought God was not allowed in Russia.

My research indicates the picture got the name right but I couldn't find any reference to him working for the Huffington Post.
pulse Report This Comment
Date: February 28, 2017 04:45PM

Russia is something like 80% orthodox Christian. Religion is a huge part of their history
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: March 01, 2017 07:18PM

But I seem to remember the old Soviet Union didn't allow religion.
woberto Report This Comment
Date: March 02, 2017 01:37AM

[sarcasmFont]Say what you want about the US education system, you guys are all over this shit. Well done![/sarcasmFont]
pulse Report This Comment
Date: March 02, 2017 04:33AM

It was never banned, but it certainly wasn't supported. Officially it was an atheist state, but people were always free to do whatever they wanted in churches etc, just not in public.

Most of the people kept it up though, and it was all pre-WW2.
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: March 02, 2017 07:09AM

"Officially it was an atheist state"

Maybe that's the way I remember it Pulse. Seems like some in our country want it like that in the US and around the world, religion in the shadows.
Mrkim Report This Comment
Date: March 15, 2017 10:10PM

Since religion is sposta be about each believers relationship with their chosen imaginary friend, what is the point of public protestations of their individual faith? Oh yeah, I forgot, it's so they can keep the shit stirred up between all the differing groups of imaginary friend believers, since each one KNOWS their imaginary friend is the bestest one of ALL the imaginary friends.

In public or even in private, my lack of belief in any imaginary friend rarely ever even comes up and I never feel the need to make signs, attend gatherings or rant and rave about others who view things differently, nor do I ever feel the need to harm anyone else because they HAVE an imaginary friend, while I don't.

If I ever get to spin the lathe of heaven I know what I'll be dreamin (*horse*)

jgoins Report This Comment
Date: March 17, 2017 08:05AM

Well I do believe but I don't practice with everyone else. I keep my belief internal but I do want the right to wish someone a Merry Christmas in public and have someone say it to me if they choose or bless you if someone sneezes. I do not want anyone ramming religion down anyone's throat but the PC movement is going too far. When Jehovah witness come knocking on your door it is simple to get rid of them, just answer the door naked.