мать, Mayday I?: Classic Film Images Photo Quiz; May 2017 Edition; Vol. 80 proof

мать, Mayday I?:  Classic Film Images Photo       Quiz; May 2017 Edition; Vol. 80 proof

     Greetinks Komrades. Admittedly it was a difficult task to conceive of, compile and complete this month’s edition of Amerika’s favorite non-nuclear capitalist defensive weapon, the monthly Classic Film Images Photo Quiz, as the antennae of paranoid suspicion unleashed, first by an unhinged- but unnamed, as we’d like to think that chivalry has not expired  -former first lady and presidential candidate whose pathological refusal to admit  to her many, many…. many (many) flaws (and her injudicious use of witchcraft) aroused disappointed believers (though still not Bill) to explain the collapse of her false divinity, has created the world’s greatest fictitious mole hunt. Suddenly there have emerged more red herrings and incidents of Red Baiting since the Cold War. Seldom has reason and common sense been so mislaid in a squalid and selfish attempt at face saving while risking a hotbed (miraculously Bill-free) of diplomatic instability in the process. (Perhaps… a Re-re-set button is in order?) Now, what does any of this have to do with this month’s edition of Pravda’s most admired brain buster, the Classic Film Images Photo Quiz? (Brought to you, as always, by those fine importers of SKITTLES, America’s most addictive over-the-counter, breakfast candy) Actually, not a helluva lot, but any attempt to sow the seeds (oddly, still not Bill’s) of confusion among the literary set is a day well spent. In any case, in this edition, we celebrate those most offended of world companions (currently anyway), the Russians. The following twelve images depict a film in which a Russian character is prominent. Your job is to ferret out the interloper of Democratic e-mail security and to report your findings to the Central Committee and CSR. The first to do so will receive the coveted CSR Culture Shock Award, good for a free weekend stay at the gulag of your choice. Good luck.













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