I love Russian & Ukrainian history, film, art, people & especially many of the women who clearly are the offspring of The Nephilim that mated with humans long ago. Although I’ve been told by Russians themselves that if I marry one I should sleep with one eye open. Anyway….I don’t speak Russian so the enjoyment of this episode is that they filmed Savannah with such greatness and during a beautiful week to film it apparently. Savannah’s founder, Oglethorpe even fought along side of Peter The Great, so its great that Savannah is honing its Russian connections. The show has 35 million viewers a week, and was created by 4 friends that originally just wanted to figure out a way to travel the world and ended up with this monster hit. The premise is that one Russian film or TV celebrity and then one of the show’s “regular” hosts, flips a coin. Depending on the flip, one person gets to have an unlimited budget while in town, and the other gets to do the place on $100.00 basically. Which is cool I think because Savannah can really be done that way and keeps places appealing to a wide variety of people. Naturally I and the hostess from Kiev, had some fun in a nearby cemetery. And yes, we had our clothes on! Oh the minds of you people! I don’t appear until about 20 or so minutes in and kind of briefly but enough to make it fun.
by Shannon Scott (C) 2015
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There goes the lumpy woman.
The one with the plum, polyester knee shorts.
Brand new Reeboks and bruises dark.
She doesn’t walk or run, but rather hobbles.
A disintegrating machine.
Getting back into her shape of nothing.
She is something new somewhere else.
She is something new here.
She is all she has.
More noticed from a balcony than on a street.
The shoes fit better than her feet.
I watch her from here but we will never meet.
When the moneys gone, love and luck have run out.
She may become you, she may become I.
No doubt, no doubt.