Dear Dan! I think that at Lubyanka is no wi-fi. As recently protested their colleagues from CIA, in Lubianka now in a matter of urgency have purchased manyMessage 1 of 8 , Jul 13View SourceDear Dan!
I think that at Lubyanka is no wi-fi. As recently protested their colleagues from CIA, in Lubianka now in a matter of urgency have purchased many typewriters - a Russian asymmetric response to spy Internet, the tender is posted on the official website of government procurement. Poor CIA does not know what to do - need to rebuild technology to capture audio signals from shock machines and reconstruction characters on them.
In any case, Edward arrival - is a royal gift to Putin, - last night even Obama had asked him about Snowden. Not every day you ask the president of the United States.
But better stay away from politics - is the dirtiest thing in this world.
Stan from M.
Postscript. By the way, I have kept my typewriter. And you, Dan?From: Dan Ford <cub06h@...>
Sent: Saturday, July 13, 2013 1:42 PM
Subject: [www.Kresy-Siberia.org] Re: Russia convicts dead lawyer
Made me wonder what Edward Snowden is thinking of, asking for aslyum in
(Do you think there's wi-fi in the Lubyanka?)
-- Dan Ford US