True stories from the life of an emigrant.

True stories from the life of an emigrant.
All can not only increase, but also become cheaper.
Products, gasoline, declining taxes.
And, in general, it is not clear why he is embarrassed by his work.
Joker (Mercedes) wrote (a) in response to the message:
maybe you can earn a decent salary in the writing field.
and you will not stop washing Israeli toilets and, in between this work, wipe your pants on the forum.
fantasy here for your own ideas zabesplatno.
This is my good advice to you.
Admit, everyone will start to treat you with sympathy, and maybe even with respect 🙂
> You can earn a decent salary in the writers’ field.
> and you will not stop washing Israeli toilets and, in between this work, wipe your pants on the forum.
> fantasy here for your own ideas zabesplatno.
> This is my good advice to you. quoted1.
> Yes they can not .. that you would not say .. Russian diplomas here kill flies (if they find it) or at best under the cabinet they put it in order that it should stand better.
> and in the US so the stoves are melted at the first opportunity.
> Say something you are flowery, but in practice everything is different.
> Well & quot; abroad & quot; such as China or Kazakhstan, Russian diplomas can and will appreciate.
Cease us here to dishonor, this is not even funny!
Well, what are you mushrooms ate, do not speak for everyone and everything, you do not have any education, neither Russian nor German, otherwise it would work and not at the forum sat.
My sister and I were perfectly placed to work as engineers with diplomas of the USSR. And there is no business where we learned. Everyone knows that you are an expert and you can do the work! The sister also took a couple of courses to make the ring on the little finger and seal.
Has been working for oil and gas for many years as chief engineer. I have already written about myself many times.
The best kindergarten according to the niece is Ukrainian, she just did not try. So the child also learned Ukrainian language before school and learned to dance. She just liked that and fed and rest and much more.
At us children have finished simple public school and one now became the doctor and another the lawyer. To me, simple Canadians have explained for a long time if the child is a fool, no private school will help, but if clever, then in a simple one it will even easier to score the necessary points for the university.
Everything is very individual. But I do not see much difference in general as people. We are human beings.
A big difference is in the legislative component of the social way of life. You understand the person an individual. And that different individuals get on together, we need a strong, but at the same time, flexible legislative base! We need such a system of building a social life that will be both fair and transparent and take into account all the pros and cons. Here in Canada there is such a system, very much all measured and calculated.
Of course, sometimes experiments are conducted on us, but mostly good.
And which laws do you think should not suit Russians?
What to the detriment of society?
>>> Ebolasha (KC77) wrote in response to the message:
>>>> but at least you knew the language?
>>> On the knowledge of languages with some s from 5:00 a minute.
>>> Yes, and the whole movie is entertaining.
> If you talk about me .. I had a little better knowledge of German than this old man. That is, how I read the letters I knew and I even had a phrasebook of German pages at 25.
> Ok! .. The first story.
> Just you pushed me to one memory.
> We have just moved from a camp for settlers. In our case it was a home for the elderly, who was empty. The apartment was rented to us by those who worked in the office and dealt with the papers of the migrants. They also found the first job for my (first) husband.
> He and I just turned 23 (children in fact, according to my standards today). We took the first car on the ad in the newspaper. That is, in the German newspapers there is a section where the car is offered & quot; AS A GIFT & quot; .. So this was the Audi80, which we really gave away for free some old people and all that we spent on it were 300 brands for winter tires.
> That is, it is clear that two young people, with a small child (1 year), do not have money for the most necessary things, not to mention language courses.
> The husband started work and left every morning around 6 am. He taught the language right there, at work. And it was just for me to sit and translate some texts from newspapers or watch TV in the hope of a miracle of enlightenment.
> And it happened .. One day two people knocked at my door. One of them, a young guy named Victor (I still remember, oddly enough) was speaking in broken Russian (he came to Germany as a child) .. These were Jehovah’s Witnesses. I quickly realized that they were trying to get me something, while at the same time very respectful and with great respect to the interlocutor. I thought, why not? Who else will read the texts with me (in German) then translate them and try to help me answer again in language. So began my & quot; epic & quot; with Jehovah’s Witnesses, a length of three years.
We have studied all the books that they released at that time.
> Thanks to them, I became well versed in the Bible and could even quote from memory the whole pieces with an indication of a verse or a book. Of course I knew that I would never become a “witness” , but they needed hours of service and I needed language courses.
> Of course, we just talked, drank tea or coffee, often walked and all this time they thought that “they were forging new frames” , and I communicated with the patient Germans, ready to speak with me in syllables. FREE, two hours, twice a week.
> In a word, in two years, practically sitting at home with the child, I could already talk fluently and watch TV, understanding what it was about.
> When I no longer needed this, I remember that I found the page on the Internet & quot; Ask the Jehovah’s Witness these difficult questions & quot; .. I studied them, marked the places in the Bible and the next our “occupation” said that I was literally tormented by some questions .. and let them give them one by one, with the confirmation in the Bible (that they were killed definitively, since for the SI – the Bible is the ironest argument) .. So, as was intended, to answer on them they could not, because it completely disagreed with their concept .. Somewhere after an hour of active discussions they decided that I had been devoured by the Devil and promised to pray for me.
> I have not met them again. and when I meet with another Witness, I sometimes “get out” their tricky questions, purely for the sake of courage .. The effect is always the same. It works like garlic for vampires.
> I respect Germany. But after a long life in St. Petersburg and getting to know him, after getting to know me in Moscow, it’s very boring in Europe.
> I respect Germany. But after a long life in St. Petersburg and getting to know him, after getting to know me in Moscow, it’s very boring in Europe.
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> Everything is very individual. But I do not see much difference in general as people. We are human beings.


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