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    1. My talking head Arestovich told me that the Russians ran out of missiles back in March. therefore, the question here is: who turned off the electricity to us?

    2. @Slothy wth are you talking about? I’m not aware of Hillary and Joe starting any wars? Not to mention, you need need the congress approval for that. And as for occasional anti-terror drone strikes that usually have minimum collateral casualties, if any, do you think Trump administration didn’t conduct any? For somebody who has “Truth has no feelings” moto in his profile you seem to have absolutely no grasp of truth.

  1. Whoever’s reading this, i pray that whatever your going’s through gets better and whatever your struggling with or worrying bout is going to be fine and that everyone has a fantastic day! Amenn

    1. My adviser Arestovich told me that the Russians ran out of missiles back in March. therefore, the quuestion arises here: who turned off our electricity?

    1. They drink from puddles🙂and in Kiev even there’s lines for water. That’s right your capitol🥰 Slava Cocaina or something

    2. There is an article, look it up. There he says he managed eventually to send his ladies away, while he himself stayed. He would shop only in one particular store, where a lady, who knew him, didn’t blow his cover. He pretended to have lost his passport, and claimed be a different nationality than American. His wife’s friends would bring him food as well. Basically he kept it low profile.

  2. What an emotional experience… I think that he is very fortunate to have survived. Sadly many citizens were deprived of life for no reason. Please help Ukraine. United24 is committed to this cause. Slava Ukraini 🇺🇦🙏

    1. @Rohrback the arrogance of Russian people never ceases to amaze me! And for no good reason. People like you show that the Russians are hopeless and unprofessional on a daily basis!

    2. My adviser Arestovich told me that the Russians ran out of missiles back in March. therefore, the quesstion arises here: who turned off our electricity?

  3. I was thinking about this the other day (off topic I am afraid) – I never hear people being referred to as ‘English American’ even though we originally formed the core of the population, and they use our language. There must be more Americans of English descent than almost anything else, but I always hear about Italian Americans, Irish Americans, African Americans instead. Perhaps the British were there so long ago they are considered native now. French American also seems to be rare but there should be loads.

    1. It’s a American thing. Why I do not know. I have German, Scottish, English and Native American. So I just do not identify myself that way.

    2. I actually think the number of folks in USA that can trace ancestry to early settlers is a minority . Most the immigrants that arrived had very very large families . Italian mother in law from family of 9 ; Croatian father in law from family of 10…
      Especially the immigrants of catholic faith .
      I know a very very small percentage of my contacts are NOT from some immigration.

    3. I don’t think any of these groups look at themselves as not being natives, it’s just a way they delineate themselves. I assume it has to do with more recent influx of immigration from these areas and how they formed more ethnic enclaves rather than the group of early settlers for a couple hundred years who just spread out and weren’t distinctive because they were simply the dominant culture everyone else adopted to.

      I believe Germans are the most common ancestry origin for Americans although I imagine WW2 probably stopped people from using the term ‘German American’ any longer.

    4. @eric goodall

      “there just americans”

      And, judging by your spelling………………………………….:-(

    1. Imagine your APC/BTR is obliterated, now you have metal in your gut😆and they evac you on a hammock🤣

  4. To obtain financial freedom, one must either be a business owner, an investor or both, generating passive income, particularly on a monthly basis.

  5. What an intense situation, and to do it with kids in tow! You have my respect! Anyone still in Ukraine, fighting for your freedom, you’re the pride of the world right now. Stay strong, this benefits ALL of us! Thank you!!

  6. I had guessed the psychological importance of hearing the HIMARS but his explanation of why silence was the scariest thing: Important detail that i hadn’t heard explained before. Thanks for sharing!

  7. Timothy, I’m also an American living in Kherson. I didn’t stay the whole time under occupation as you did, I escaped through the front line and orc block posts in spring.

    I’m so glad to see that you & family made it through the entire time of occupation safely. It was extremely dangerous there for US citizens – because of course, the orcs had huge animosity towards Americans. I know of at least three who were kidnapped/disappeared. One guy, Suedi, remains in prison in Donetsk.

    Main thing, Kherson is liberated thanks to ZSU and our heroes. These hardships, including terrorists shelling the city now, we’ll get through.

    Let’s meet for a celebration drink after the total victory! Slava Ukraini! 🇺🇦

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