Here is a page from Krokodil with a couple of my articles. My name is above the article title on the left. I believe the artcle on the left is about the "Canadianization of America" and the article on the right of mine is about unusual geographic place names. Anybody out there (Madrussian?) know enough Russian to translate the article titles? Oh and the translator's name is on the lower right. I believe, if my Cyrillic knowledge is still correct, that her name is Neresena Popova.
posted on 01/06/2002 2:26:22 PM PST
To: PJ-Comix;Snow Bunny;Billie;William Wallace;Grampa Dave;ALOHA RONNIE;Mudboy Slim;Luis Gonzalez...
Simply awesome, PJ. Thank you. The disappointed American college students probably anticipated kinship with the visiting wise men from the golden fantasy land of communism only to be dissed, a la Rummy & the press corp, by the truthful Soviets. (^:
Note the Cyrillic gymnastics they went through to spell "P.J"! (p) (d-zh)!
I recently saw the reverse in an interview with a Russian whose middle inital was the "Backwards R". The writer just gave up and referred to him as Gregori Ya ..
No, it says 'translated by E. Popova'.
First title is "Creeping Canadization - A Menace to America"
Second title is "What's in the name to you?"
Below second article - "Translated by E. Popova"
posted on 01/06/2002 3:40:07 PM PST
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