How people in United States imagined life in USSR in 1970s · My Notes

- Mom, can I go play balalaika, read Lenin and milk our bear?
- Sure, and don't forget to give us away to KGB.

- Dad, where's grandfather?
- He is standing in a queue for cards for ration cards.

- Dear, it's getting a bit hot! Please go switch off the nuclear reator.
- Shut up Natasha! Let's drink vodka!

- Dad, I just wrote an essay: "I'm willing to rot in mines for Lenin".
- That's great Sergey, you can go drink vodka with all your classmates.

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