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Tragedy of the Commons
Tragedy of the Commons
1 month ago

Welcome, Russia!

kal kal
kal kal
1 month ago

no mention of Canadian ship on search.

kal kal
kal kal
1 month ago
Reply to  DRenegade

I meant on a MS/Bing search, at the time I viewed this post. Sorry I was unclear.

Big Ruckus D
Big Ruckus D
1 month ago

I’m not sure what the abject morons who are running this country right now rightfully expected. They have been actively antagonizing Russia for the last two plus years, meanwhile Russia has been building alliances the world over with countries that realize throwing in with the United States is no longer a winning move. That Russian ships would be on their way to Cuba at this time is it particularly surprising to me, and this may well turn into an apt demonstration of the FAFO principle, if the rectal cavities staffing the state dept and DOD don’t find their brains with the quickness.

Don't mind me
Don't mind me
1 month ago
Reply to  Big Ruckus D

“They have been actively antagonizing Russia for the last two plus years,”
More like 32, but the real piss-em-offs started around 2014.

Nobody
Nobody
1 month ago

They’re probably not in a “standoff”. Standard observation and intel gathering. Just like Russia does when we send ships into the Black Sea.

kal kal
kal kal
1 month ago
Reply to  Nobody

Sailing in international waters.

Don't mind me
Don't mind me
1 month ago

Maybe they can grab some Pirozhki’s 

The Duke of New York
The Duke of New York
1 month ago

The Russian sailors all came out on deck and sang the song from The Hunt for Red October, just to troll the sonar operators in the US fleet.