[quote name='deathMars']It's a Family Guy thing, since in one of their episodes, Peter bought a car and had the GPS in several languages and one of them was Russian and it said, "In Soviet Russia, car drives you!"
Haha! good joke, tho i dont get to watch family guy in my country.
btw i know Soviet union pretty well, my parents have told me lot of things about it. oh ye i was born while soviet union was still active its 1988 year.
if u dont know what im talkin about i will give u a hint im living in country wich were occupied by russians, but it declared independence in 1991 country u wont probably dont know - Latvia
That's a picture of me and one of the groups I sing with. No, it's not a band. Obviously. We do performances around Pennsylvania/Maryland of most kinds of music, like folk song, jazz renditions, classicals, things like Mozart's Reqiuem, Handel's Messiah, a swingle of the Four Season, and so on, minus contemporary types like heavy metal or what-have-you. And we make a lot of a capella swingles, because they're amazingly fun to sing
(I'm the one in the center at the back with "New York" on the grey shirt. I'm the Bass II.)
And that's me at my Senior Banquet. I go to an extremely conservative school- you have absolutely no idea what conservative is until you live in rural Pennsylvania. Anyway, we're not allowed to have "dances", because apparently dancing leads to uber sex, so we just have an enormous "banquet". We dance, anyway, though. That year (last year) we swing danced. I'm the one in the middle, and those two at the left and right are some of my good friends that were going out (but unfortunately broke up after separation by college).