It’s a question of taste.
As I sat at the bar of a dimly lit, high-end Russian restaurant in Washington, D.C., on a recent Sunday night, the waitress brought me a cold drink, and asked if I wanted more.
I wanted a Russian, a beer.
And I wanted it cold.
I wasn’t going to drink any more, I told the waitress.
So she handed me a glass of vodka and a spoon.
And she asked me: What did you like about Russian vodka?
I told her: It’s hot.
It’s so hot I could melt my brain.
She was like: Oh, my god.
I had a headache.
I was like, Oh, wow.
And then I said, Well, I’d love a beer and some more Russian vodka.
And they gave me a bottle of vodka.
Then I said: You know, if I have a problem, I go to the nearest bar and have a beer with a Russian.
And so on.
And all these people who said they didn’t like Russian vodka, they all had the same problem.
They’re not used to being cold, they’re not accustomed to having vodka.
That’s why they say: I didn`t like it, I couldn`t handle it.
So what do they do?
They go to Moscow, where there`s a lot of Russians and Russian food, and they eat vodka.
But they go back home to their country, and then they say, oh, I didn´t like the taste of Russian vodka or the fact that I couldn´t handle the heat.
And the problem isn`t so much that they don`t enjoy it, it`s that they are just not used at all to it.
The story of the American Russian, by Yevgeny Shkreli, is a tale of the decline of the Russian diet.
And, as Shkruli puts it, the decline has been accelerated by the rise of American media outlets that have a tendency to portray Russians as greedy and selfish.
In a recent piece for The Washington Post, Shkresh wrote that the US diet, as a whole, has become more and more white, and more and less healthy.
That`s the story we tell ourselves, he wrote.
But the reality is that there`ll be no real Russians in the United States.
Russian food will be sold in Russia, Shukresh said, and that`s just because of American food outlets.
It will also be sold at supermarkets in Russia.
But for the Russians, Shokresh went on, there will be no Americans.
That may be true.
But it also depends on what you want.
In fact, Shruli has a theory that Russia will go back to the kind of Russian that existed in the Soviet Union: the kind that was just like us.
For instance, in the early 1900s, the Soviet government began promoting vegetarianism, with strict vegetarian rules, according to Shruil, who writes that many Soviet citizens became vegetarians in order to be able to afford their monthly groceries.
As the Soviet diet became more and much more meat-heavy, Russians developed a taste for a more complex cuisine that didn`ve always been a part of the diet.
The Russians also have a strong affinity for cooking and making sauces.
The Americans have adopted a less healthy, more Western diet.
Shkrasli has found that many Americans, especially young people, are less likely to eat Russian food because they are not used or accustomed to the food.
They want something more modern and American.
So the Americans have turned to Russian food.
Shruili, in a recent article for Newsweek, argued that the American Russians are a bit like the Russians of the 1930s.
But Shkurs is a more traditional Russian, one who has lived in the U.S. for years and has grown up in a Russian-American community.
In the 1920s and ’30s, there were Russians who were very strict vegetarians and who used the Russian language.
In those days, there was a certain amount of Westernization in Russia as well.
And it became quite common for Americans to buy Russian foods.
So Shruils theory about how Russians are more likely to be vegetarian or to adopt a more Western-style diet than Americans is based on this.
And Shkrosly`s theory about the decline in the Russian population as a result of the rise in American media is based in part on the fact, as he puts it in his Newsweek piece, that Americans who grew up in Russian-speaking communities tend to be less concerned with traditional Russian values and more interested in what they can buy in American stores.
So it might be that American Russian kids aren`t interested in traditional Russian food or are not accustomed at all.
They`re more interested, for example, in Russian food that`ll fit in the