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Thu Dec 13, 2018, 10:49 PM

Russian Hachiko: Loyal Pooch Spends Weeks Outside Hospital Awaiting Masters Recovery

Published time: 13 Dec, 2018 14:05
Edited time: 13 Dec, 2018 17:29

Heavy snowfall, chilling wind, and temperatures far below zero are no obstacle for true love as proven by a loyal dog, who has been waiting for her sick master outside a hospital for two weeks now.
Her amazing fidelity has quickly made, Cherry, from the Russian city of Voronezh a media sensation and led to obvious comparisons with Hachiko.

Back in the 1920s, a Japanese dog had been waiting for her owner’s return outside a train station for nine years, not knowing that he passed away, to become an ultimate symbol of friendship.




But Cherry’s story isn’t a sad one as her master, Dmitry Bubnov, is recovering from his sickness and will be soon discharged.

However, even a short separation was unbearable for the mutt, who has been spending day and night outside the hospital since her master got there.



The man’s wife, Svetlana, said she tried to take the dog home many times, but Cherry always escaped and returned to the hospital walls. “She loves daddy more. She was his dog initially,” she told Mir 24.

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RCW2014 Dec 2018 OP
sobek Dec 2018 #1
batcat Dec 2018 #2
sobek Dec 2018 #3
batcat Dec 2018 #4
sobek Dec 2018 #5
batcat Dec 2018 #6

Response to RCW2014 (Original post)

Thu Dec 13, 2018, 11:15 PM

1. The Russians are just like us.

Although some people would like to get us into a catastrophic war with these good people and their great nation.

When I view the warmongering propaganda and hate I have to question the motives of those people. Who would benefit from these two great nations destroying each other? Could it be the third place nation, China or some other country?

If it happens there will be plenty of pineapples tossed into the Officer's tents.

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Response to sobek (Reply #1)

Fri Dec 14, 2018, 02:19 AM

2. It is not so much that these people want to have a war with the Russians...

as they wish to use the Russians and potential collusion with Trump during the presidential election as their excuse to impeach Trump and remove him from office.

The fact that it is unlikely there ever was any illegal collusion is largely irrelevant as the investigation as this allegation opens up the opportunity to uncover other reasons that may lead to Trump being removed from office.

Unfortunately all this noise and commotion is hurting Trump’s ability to negotiate with Russia and other foreign nations. The anti-Trumpers hate Trump more than they want success for our nation. If Trump’s presidency is a failure they will rejoice even though the lack of progress will hurt the future of our nation.

I did vote for Obama in his first presidential election but I realized quickly that the change he delivered was not the change he promised. I didn’t feel Obama was a good president and in fact I felt Jimmy Carter was the worst president in my lifetime until Obama came along. Still I never hoped Obama would be a total failure because I love my nation more than I disliked Obama.

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Response to batcat (Reply #2)

Fri Dec 14, 2018, 02:52 PM

3. My father hated Carter and Clinton but especially Carter.

20 percent interest rates on variable loans destroyed the middle class, real estate values plummeted, except in the coastal cities. He was weak on the Middle East and put heavy pressure on Israel to make a bad deal.

Carter is a good man. I'd let him watch my Black Lab, knowing she would be safe. But the man was too idealistic to be Potus. Idealism has a huge upside but a Potus has to be a realist.

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Response to sobek (Reply #3)

Fri Dec 14, 2018, 03:08 PM

4. Of all the presidents in my life time Carter is probably the most moral and good man...

of the group.

As a president he was the worst in the group until Obama came along. I often wonder if Obama actually was trying to improve our nation or to weaken it.

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Response to batcat (Reply #4)

Fri Dec 14, 2018, 03:23 PM

5. My memory could be wrong

but wasn't Obama on the ropes in the months preceding the much publicized takedown and whacking of Osama Bin Laden?

Obama got a huge bump from that. It was so conveniently timed and televised in real-time.

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Response to sobek (Reply #5)

Fri Dec 14, 2018, 04:16 PM

6. That leads to this question. ...

If Obama’s popularity had been higher would he have authorized the mission to take out Osama?

For some reason I doubt it. After all he was known as “No Drama Obama.”

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