- George and Laura Bush to divorce after election because of Condi Rice? (I doubt this. Maybe because of Ham Fried Rice, but not Condi Rice.)
- Mikhail Gorbachev advertises Louis Vuitton bags to make his living. (Bill Clinton hawking Crocs on eBay!)
- Muscular bronze stallion with weird human genitalia advertises provincial hotel (Arnold? Is that you?)
- Relations between Russia and USA get into Cold War spirit again (Ah, that Cold War spirit! I thought I smelled the Bay of Pigs in the gentle summer breeze.)
- Condoleezza Rice's sexual worries in the White House (I don't think they're limited to just the White House.)
- Crazy wealthy Russians will soon purchase the whole French Riviera (And maniacal, cash strapped Americans will soon charge all of Machu Picchu to their AmEx!)
- Homosexual mobsters can never escape deadly bullets (That's because they're just gay. They never said they were gay AND magic!)
- New Yorker's cover choice deeply hurts feelings of Barack Obama and his wife (Not just hurt feelings, deeply hurt feelings. They make him sound oh-so manly, don't they? They've got him all built up so that you can't WAIT for him to be our next President, right?)
- What is it with the US Secretary's of State? (Quite possibly the funniest and most unexpected piece of Russian journalism I've read all day.)
Pravda also has a forum where readers can voice their opinions. The tagline for the forum says, "The Pravda.ru forum "The place where the truth hurts". Thanks for the warning, oh-so hilarious, online Russian news forum guys. Thanks.
Now, on to the "reporting!"
According to Pravda, "Many US tabloids have been flooded with rumors of George W. Bush’s family misfortunes recently. The latest gossip is about George and Laura Bush to divorce after November elections." Now, I pay a fair amount of attention to the news and I'm not recalling these rumors. Why is that? "Italy’s La Repubblica newspaper wrote with reference to The National Examiner tabloid..." Oh. THAT'S why. The Russian press quoting an Italian newspaper getting it's information from a tabloid. Yeah, that's rich.
"This is not the place, where one can sublimate their personal sexual problems. Complex-prone women are especially dangerous. They are like malicious mothers-in-law, women that evoke hatred and irritation with everyone. Everybody tries to part with such women as soon as possible. A mother-in-law is better than a single and childless political persona, though." I take it that he and his mother-in-law don't exactly see eye-to-eye on everything. But I wonder what can be done to help a single and childless political persona with a hardened heart and soul? Well, you know our cited expert here has a suggestion. You just don't know how bizarre it is. Yet.
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