Mar 05, 2014
Dyakuyu/Spaseeba/Toda/Merci/Thank you! Dobry den/Dobroho Dnyah/Bon apres-midi/Good afternoon! Yak ty pozyvajesh/Nu kahk dilah/Comment ca va/How are you? I had figured and hoped that! That's good to know! I hope that at least you're doing well. I wish I could say the same here for myself, but many of us Russians, Ukrainians, Bulgarians, Poles, Slovaks, Serbs, etc., were not doing well. I think the Albanians around here are doing better than most of us and I'm glad that they are and hope the rest of us can have a better life. Yeah, I had hoped our people there would be doing better, and the same for Russians, Armenians, Serbs, Bosnians, Croatians, Slovaks, Hungarians, Czechs, etc. I think it's probably worse there in the Ukraine, Russia and Belarussia than in the rest of the former Soviet republics, except for maybe Uzbekistan; and it depends on where you live, who you know, etc. I think there's more corruption in the top three I mentioned.