Tag Archives: Russian literature

Who Among Us (303)

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“Well, come, come now, who among us in Holy Rus doesn’t consider himself a Napoleon these days?” Porfiry suddenly asked with alarming familiarity. This time there was even something unusually distinctive in his intonation.

“Wasn’t it just some sort of future Napoleon who did in our Alyona Ivanovna with an axe last week?” Zametov blurted out from his corner.

Raskonikov was silent and stared fixedly and decisively at Porfiry. Razumikhin frowned sullenly. Even before this moment he’d begun to be aware of something unusual. He looked around in anger. There was a minute of gloomy silence. Raskolnikov turned to leave.


Pepsi Fetishism (415)

“Once upon a time in Russia, there really was a carefree, youthful generation that smiled in joy at the summer, the sea, and the sun, and chose Pepsi.”

— Homo Zapiens

Kendall Jenner, rising light of the #Pepsi Resistance:

As someone pointed out, this commercial exists in the same universe where state legislators in North Dakota proposed a law to immunize motorists who run over protesters (since defeated  http://www.reuters.com/article/us-north-dakota-bill-idUSKBN15T2D5 ).