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My fellow Americans, I am pleased to tell you I just signed legislation which outlaws Russia forever. The bombing begins in five minutes.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Intellectuals can tell themselves anything, sell themselves any bill of goods, which is why they were so often patsies for the ruling classes in nineteenth-century France and England, or twentieth-century Russia and America.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
The policy of Russia is changeless. Its methods, its tactics, its maneuvers may change, but the polar star of its policy, world domination, is a fixed star. [About Russia]More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
For us in Russia communism is a dead dog. For many people in the West, it is still a living lion.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Let a man find himself, in distinction from others, on top of two wheels with a chain -- at least in a poor country like Russia -- and his vanity begins to swell out like his tires. In America it takes an automobile to produce this effect.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
In Russia we only had two TV channels.Channel One was propaganda. Channel Two consisted of a KGB officer telling you:Turn back at once to Channel One.More [08/23/2005 12:08:00]
Jonathan Clark: Let's see what part of Russia you come from.
[leans in to kiss her]
Countess Marina Selanova: [moving away] Not from that part.
Jonathan Clark: Oh?
Countess Marina Selanova: Perhaps, not so quickly. In my part of Russia it is the custom to at least ask the girl's name before you kiss her.
Jonathan Clark: Oh... Well, you see, in America we kiss first and ask later.More [11/08/2005 12:11:00]
The Dostoevsky in Russia is very alive.More [04/11/2006 12:04:00]
I also want to play in the Olympics and would love to represent Russia there as well.More [11/15/2006 12:11:00]
A couple of points in the third set made a difference to the end result, ... When I was 1-5 down, I played very relaxed and tied the score but at 5-all, she held her serve after she had a couple of lucky points and it turned her way. I should forget this loss because I had two good weeks in Russia and will take positive things from my game today.More [11/15/2006 12:11:00]
Danny Dalton: Some trust fund prosecutor, got off-message at Yale, thinks he's gonna run this up the flagpole, make a name for himself, maybe get elected some two-bit, congressman from nowhere, with the result that Russia or China can suddenly start having, at our expense, all the advantages we enjoy here. No, I tell you. No, sir. Corruption charges! Corruption? Corruption is government intrusion into market efficiencies in the form of regulations. That's Milton Friedman. He got a goddamn Nobel Prize. We have laws against it precisely so we can get away with it. Corruption is our protection. Corruption keeps us safe and warm. Corruption is why you and I are prancing around in here instead of fighting over scraps of meat out in the streets. Corruption is why we win.More [06/09/2007 12:06:00]
Hunter: [Asking about the radio repair] How long's it gonna take?
Vossler: I don't know, sir.
Hunter: You know what's going on here?
Vossler: Yes sir.
Hunter: No I don't think you do. Let me explain it to you. If we launch, and we're wrong, what's left of Russia is gonna launch at us. There will be a nuclear holocaust beyond imagination, now it's all about knowing, Mr...
[Hunter looks at Vossler's name patch]
Hunter: Vossler. We have to know whether our order to launch has been recalled or not. The only way we're gonna know, is if you fix that radio, you understand?
Vossler: [Looks down]
Hunter: You ever watch Star Trek?
Vossler: St- yeah, Star...
Hunter: Star Trek! The USS Enterprise? All right, now you remember when the Klingons were gonna blow up the Enterprise and Captain Kirk calls down to Scotty he says "Scotty, I gotta have more power-"
Vossler: He needs more, more warp speed, yeah.
Hunter: Warp speed, exactly. Now I'm Captain Kirk, you're Scotty, I need more power. I'm telling you if you do not get this radio up, a billion people are gonna die; now it's all up to you, I know it's a shitty deal but you got it, can you handle it?
Vossler: [Silent]
Hunter: Scotty?
Vossler: Aye, Captain.More [07/16/2007 12:07:00]
Dimitri Mishkin: Good morning, Mr. Bond. Please, sit. I'm defense minister Dimitri Mishkin. So, in what way shall we execute you, Commander Bond?
James Bond: What? No small-talk? No chit-chat? That's the trouble with the world these days. Nobody takes the time to do a real sinister interrogation. It's a lost art.
Dimitri Mishkin: Your sense of humour does not sway me, Commander, I'm sorry. Where is the Golden Eye?
James Bond: I assumed you had it?
Dimitri Mishkin: I have an English spy and Severnaya programmer and a helicopter stolen...
James Bond: ...or at least that's what some traitor in your government wanted you to think.
Dimitri Mishkin: Who was behind your attack on Severnaya?
James Bond: Who had the authorization codes?
Dimitri Mishkin: Russia may have changed but the penalty for terrorism is still death...
James Bond: And what's the penalty for treason?
Natalya Simonova: Oh, Stop it both of you! Stop it! You're like boys with toys!More [12/26/2007 12:12:00]
Jim Garrison: Could the Mob change the parade route, Bill, or eliminate the protection for the President? Could the Mob send Oswald to Russia and get him back? Could the Mob get the FBI the CIA, and the Dallas Police to make a mess of the investigation? Could the Mob appoint the Warren Commission to cover it up? could the Mob wreck the autopsy? Could the Mob influence the national media to go to sleep? And since when has the Mob used anything but .38's for hits, up close. The Mob wouldn't have the guts or the power for something of this magnitude. Assassins need payrolls, orders, times, schedules. This was a military-style ambush from start to finish... a coup d'etat with Lyndon Johnson waiting in the wings.More [05/05/2008 12:05:00]
Olga Chekaloff:
You make trouble for me? How do you like that? In Russia I was bitten by a wolfhound, my mother was lost in a snowstorm, my father was sent to Siberia, your mother and father are yelling their heads off, you sister's taking her singing lessons, I've got exactly four squabs and I can't find out how many's for dinner! And you're gonna make trouble for me?

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Ninotchka Yoschenko:
In Russia when somebody wants someone they say, "You, come here."



Steve Canfield:
Oh, you mad romantic Russians!

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C.R. MacNamara:
Are you out of your seventeen year old mind? Russia is to get out of, not to get into!

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General "Buck" Turgidson:
Mr. President, about, uh, 35 minutes ago, General Jack Ripper, the commanding general of, uh, Burpelson Air Force Base, issued an order to the 34 B-52's of his Wing, which were airborne at the time as part of a special exercise we were holding called Operation Drop-Kick. Now, it appears that the order called for the planes to, uh, attack their targets inside Russia. The, uh, planes are fully armed with nuclear weapons with an average load of, um, 40 megatons each. Now, the central display of Russia will indicate the position of the planes. The triangles are their primary targets; the squares are their secondary targets. The aircraft will begin penetrating Russian radar cover within, uh, 25 minutes.



President Merkin Muffley:
General Turgidson, I find this very difficult to understand. I was under the impression that I was the only one in authority to order the use of nuclear weapons.



General "Buck" Turgidson:
That's right, sir, you are the only person authorized to do so. And although I, uh, hate to judge before all the facts are in, it's beginning to look like, uh, General Ripper exceeded his authority.

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Maj. Jefferson F. Pike:
Are you really an army sergeant?



Sgt. Ernst:
Regular army - no. I am too old, too fat! Home guard. We are patrolling the border so then the young, strong, and handsome men can go to Russia and freeze to death. Wonderful system, huh?


[Laughs]

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Colonel Stok:
I wish to defect, but there are conditions.



Harry Palmer:
What do you want?



Colonel Stok:
I want colonel's pay for life.



Harry Palmer:
Don't we all.



Colonel Stok:
A house in the country.



Harry Palmer:
Oh, how many bedrooms?



Colonel Stok:
Bedrooms do not matter. But I must have a big garden. I am a peasant at heart, and I want to grow roses in my old age.



Harry Palmer:
In England, roses are out - weeds are in. Is that all?



Colonel Stok:
That is all. I want comfort and security.



Harry Palmer:
You've got all that in Russia now.



Colonel Stok:
Aah, in Russia there is no place for an old Bolshevik. In my job I have made too many enemies.



Harry Palmer:
Well, what about your family?



Colonel Stok:
My wife died in a German air raid in 1941; my only son hasn't written to me in three years. What would you do in my position?



Harry Palmer:
I'd stop telling lies, for a start. You have no son, and your wife is in Kiev with your daughter Katya. I know everything about you, Colonel Stok... from the size of your refrigerator to the cubic capacity of your mistress.

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[Blofeld has demanded an advance payment of $100 million in gold]



Blofeld's Financier:
Our agreement states quite clearly that no money should be paid until war has broken out between Russia and the United States.



Financier #2:
This is extortion!



Blofeld:
[shows his SPECTRE ring] Extortion is my business. Go away and think it over, gentlemen. I'm busy.

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Blofeld:
As you can see, I am about to inaugurate a little war. In a matter of hours after America and Russia have annihilated each other. We shall see a new power dominating the world.

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Cardinal Rahamani:
Revolution is in the air and we are not prepared for it. Our young priests are prepared. They are finding ways to live with change and make changes.



Cardinal Leone:
Yes. Sometimes they frighten me.



American Cardinal:
But why? They see injustice and want to correct it.



Cardinal Leone:
And they may make more through ignorance and inexperience.



Cardinal Rahamani:
Our friend Lakota here should be an expert on revolution.



Kiril Lakota:
[chuckles] I am no expert.



Cardinal Rahamani:
But you have lived under a revolutionary regieme.



Kiril Lakota:
Well, that is not quite right. Marxism in Russia is very conservative.


[others chuckle]



Kiril Lakota:
Their revolution is for export now.


[others laugh]



Kiril Lakota:
Our problem is to match them with our own product.



Cardinal Rahamani:
Which is?



Kiril Lakota:
No, no. Please, please. I would rather listen.



Cardinal Rahamani:
No, we would like to here you.


[others agree]



Kiril Lakota:
We should manufacture the authentic Christian revolution. Work for all, bread for all, dignity for all men.



Cardinal Leone:
But without violence.



Kiril Lakota:
Well, excuse me, but violence is a reaction against a situation that has become intolerable, isn't it?



Cardinal Leone:
Oh?



Kiril Lakota:
In the camps in Siberia we were starved and brualized. I stole. I stole some bread. I fed it crumb by crumb to a man whose jaw had been broken by a guard. I - I fought the guard to save my friend. I could have killed him. That was a terrifying experience. I, a biship, could have killed a man.



Cardinal Rinaldi:
So as a bishop you would give your approval to social disorder?



Kiril Lakota:
I might be forced to except it, as a price for social change, yes.



Cardinal Rinaldi:
You are walking a moral tightrope.



Kiril Lakota:
We all have to walk it. That is what we pay for being men.



Cardinal Rinaldi:
But what if you had killed the guard?


[everyone is listening for the response]



Kiril Lakota:
I don't know. I don't know, Eminence. I do know that we are in action in a brutal world. The children of God our are's to protect and if we have to fight. We fight.

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Narrator:
On 12th June, 1812, the forces of western Europe crossed the frontiers of Russia and war began. In other words, an event took place that was contrary to all human reason and human nature.

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The German Consul:
It's outrageous. We are here in Zurich, and if I understand you, you want the German government, which is at war with Russia, to take you to Sweden, because you can get across to Russia from there.



Vladimir Lenin:
I'm offering to stop the war.



The German Consul:
I didn't know you had so much authority.



Vladimir Lenin:
If there was a Bolshevik government in Russia, we'd immediately make peace with Germany. Then how many German divisions could you transfer to the western front ?



The German Consul:
And now you are asking for classified information. Do you realize my government has locked up more Bolsheviks than anyone else? How can you expect us to help you make a revolution? You have no sense of proportion!



Vladimir Lenin:
All I'm interested in is power in Russia. It's lying there on the streets, waiting to be picked up. Kerensky won't last. He's still fighting the war, and the people are desperate for peace. I shall offer them peace.

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Tsar Nicholas II:
The Russia my father gave me never lost a war. What shall I say to my son when the time comes? That I had no pride? That I was weak? I've always thought God meant me to rule. He put me here. He chose me, and whatever happens is His will. We shall fight on until victory.

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[as the Queen Mother berates her son's failures]



Queen Mother Maria Fedorova:
I wish your father were alive.



Tsar Nicholas II:
Don't throw him at me.



Queen Mother Maria Fedorova:
He knew how to be a Tsar. He'd have burned Vienna down, stamped on the Germans, shot the strikers, ANYTHING to give Russia peace. And HE'D certainly know how to deal with Rasputin. YOUR FATHER KNEW HOW TO BE A TSAR.

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Rasputin:
I begged Batushka not to start this war. I know who dies. You don't die, the people die. The wise old men, the generals, the ministers, the ones who say "Do this!" "Go there!" No mud on THEIR boots. No bullets in THEIR bellies. Where's YOUR rifle, prince, hmm? Why aren't you at the front where the blood is? I'm not a German. I come from the Russian soil. And you fools will never destroy me. Thank God Russia has sons like me, and isn't at the mercy of scum like you.

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Tsarina Alexandra:
Think of it... Russia princess' doing a English play in French for Polish nobles... I do hope someone understands it

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Bess:
Hold onto your hat. Vladimir Tserijemiwtz is Ezra C.V. Mildew Dezire Jr.!



Lou Peckinpaugh:
Wait a minute. Tserijemiwtz has two T's. The name you come up with don't have none.



Bess:
That was the whole key. Some people spell the Czar of Russia T-S-A-R. But in America we spell it C-Z-A-R.



Lou Peckinpaugh:
Any fool knows that.



Bess:
So when I tried the American spelling, I came up with Ezra...



Bess, Lou Peckinpaugh:
...C.V. Mildew Dezire Jr.!



Lou Peckinpaugh:
Of course! - Who the hell is he?



Bess:
The owner of the Golden Gate Bridge.



Lou Peckinpaugh:
Right. You did fine, angel. Now forget you ever heard that name. Don't ever repeat it to anyone.


[the phone rings]



Bess:
[into phone] Hello? - Yes, he is. Who's calling, please?


[to Lou]



Bess:
It's him! Ezra C.V. Mildew Dezire Jr.!



Lou Peckinpaugh:
I told you not to repeat it!

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[first lines]



Edward Pierce:
[narration] In the year 1855, England and France were at war with Russia in the Crimea. The English troops were paid in gold. Once a month, twenty-five thousand pounds in gold was loaded into strongboxes inside the London bank of Huddleston and Bradford and taken by trusted armed guards to the railway station. The convoy followed no fixed route or timetable. At the station, the gold was loaded into the luggage van of the Folkestone train for shipment to the coast and from there to the Crimea. The strongboxes were placed into two specially-built Chubb safes constructed of three-quarter inch tempered steel. Each safe weighed five hundred and fifty pounds. Each safe was fitted with two locks, requiring two keys, or four keys altogether. For security, each key was individually protected. Two keys were entrusted to the railway dispatcher who kept them locked in his office. A third was in the custody of Mr. Edgar Trent, president of the Huddleston and Bradford. And the fourth key was given to Mr. Henry Fowler, manager of the Huddleston and Bradford. The presence of so much gold in one place naturally aroused the interest of the English criminal elements. But in 1855 there had never been a robbery from a moving railway train.

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Orlov:
[enters the trailer, sees Bond in Mischka's clothes from behind and mistakes him for Mischka] Leave that! Let's go.



James Bond:
[turns around, facing Orlov with pointed gun] Let's stay. Sit on that box. Hands on your knees. Come on, move! Now why is that bomb on the train?



Orlov:
Who are you?



James Bond:
I'm British Secret Service.



Orlov:
You should be more concerned about getting out of here alive.



James Bond:
I am more concerned about an atomic bomb exploding on a US Air Force base. You can't be inviting a nuclear war. What happens when the US retaliates?



Orlov:
[grinning] Against whom?



James Bond:
[frowning, realizing Orlov's scheme] My God. Of course. Our early-warning system will rule out the bomb having come from Russia or anywhere else. Everyone will assume incorrectly that it was a US bomb triggered accidentally.



Orlov:
That would be the most plausible explanation.



James Bond:
Europe will insist on disarmament, leaving every border undefended for you to walk across at will. And I suppose it doesn't matter a damn to you that thousands of innocent people will die in this little "accident" of yours?



Orlov:
Better than letting a handful of old men in Moscow bargain away our advantage in disarmament talks!



James Bond:
On your feet, General. You're going to stop that train.



Orlov:
[they hear hoot as the train starts to move off] Too late.



James Bond:
You can stop it at the border.


[the door opens. Bond turns around to see a soldier. Bond kills the soldier before he manages to point his rifle, and meanwhile Orlov escapes]

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Bob McKenzie:
I was the last one left after the nuclear holocaust, eh. The whole world had been destroyed, like U.S. blew up Russia and Russia blew up U.S. Fortunately, I had been offworld at the time. There wasn't much to do. All the bowling alleys had been wrecked. So's I spent most of my time looking for beer.

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Irv Manders:
You men are tresspassin. Show me a warrant or get off my land.



Agent:
We don't need a warrant.



Irv Manders:
You do unless I woke up in Russia this morning!

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Apollo:
Nah, I'm not angry with him. I just wanna show the whole world that RUSSIA doesn't have all the best athletes!



Apollo:
Well, I've been with the best, and I've BEAT the best! I've retired more men than Social Security!

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Jules:
Don't you enjoy anything anymore... like girls?



Kevin:
I enjoy being afraid of Russia. It's a harmless fear, but it makes America feel better, Russia gets an inflated sense of national worth from our paranoia. How's that?

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[After a Russian naval book washes ashore]



Adam:
All I know is, whoever lost it's probably dead now.



Jason:
How do you know that?



Adam:
Because man, in Russia if you screw up, they don't give you a second chance to explain yourself. They just kill you.



Jason:
Sounds like my dad.

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Wayne Hisler:
Dear lord, we pray that we may win this game today. We ask that you give us the strength and the courage to win our 2nd straight state championship. We ask lord that nobody on our side is seriously injured. We know that we are the best team. We ask that you allow us to win this game. The lord wants you to put your foot on their balls and believe in it, because that's what wins football games. Not jumping offsides like a bunch of wimps and faggots. Alright lift your heads boys, prayers over. I talked to god. I'm thru talking to god, now I'm talking to you. You're gonna be out there in front of your families, the student body, every girl you ever had a hard on for is gonna be out there today but you will not be going to no sock-hop tonight boys, you will not get no honey on your stinger if you don't go out there and bust your ass. Because this is it. This is the big one. I want you to taste it. I want you to smell it son. There's winners and there's nothing else. I don't give a shit what those pinkos over in Russia say. You want to be a loser you go live in Russia. I'm not a loser. I'm a winner. I'm an American. Who wants to be John Wayne? Who wants to grab a root and hang on? Who wants to get a mean on? Get a mean on son. Let me see you get a mean on son. Now who wants it? I want to know, who wants this? Who wants to get a mean on? Who wants it? Let's go!

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[Ridzik and Danko go to speak with Abdul Elijah in prison]



Art Ridzik:
Hey, you, come here. This is Captain Danko. He's come all the way from Russia to speak with your scoutmaster.



Prison Cleanhead:
Well, that's nice, but who the fuck are you?



Ivan Danko:
These men have no respect of our authority as police officers.



Art Ridzik:
No shit.

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Oskar Schindler:
[addressing two unco-operative Nazi officers at the train station] Gentlemen, thank you very much. I think I can guarantee you- you'll both be in Southern Russia before the end of the month. Good day.

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Suzanne Stone Maretto:
You know Mr. Gorbachev, the guy that ran Russia for so long? I am a firm believer that he would still be in power today if he had had that ugly purple thing taken off his head.

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Heidi Klum:
We have a saying in Germany. It is better to have loved and lost than to engage in a land war with Russia in the winter.

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[Devoe wants to take a team into Russia while they know where the bombs are]



Julia Kelly:
The Russians say they are handling it.



Thomas Devoe:
The Russians couldn't find snow in the middle of fucking winter. Look, it's this simple. When that satellite is out of range, those nukes are gone.


[pause]



Thomas Devoe:
It's only jet fuel.

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[en route to Russia]



Cabot:
Jack... Jack, what are you doing?



Jack:
Oh... I had a date tonight, so I had to call and cancel...



Cabot:
Well, don't be stupid! Tell her where you're going. In fact, tell her who you work for. She'll be impressed.



Jack:
[to Cathy, over the phone] OK. I work for the CIA, and the Director asked me at the last minute to come with him to Russia with him to do a nuclear arms inspection. Hello?



Cathy:
That is so lame.



Jack:
No, I swear, it's because of the START treaty, we get to inspect to make sure they're really decommissioning their nuclear arsenal...


[Cathy hangs up]



Jack:
Hello... hello?


[Cabot starts laughing]



Jack:
Thanks. Thanks a lot.

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Dressler:
Let no man call us crazy. They called Hitler crazy. But Hitler was not crazy. He was stupid. You don't try and fight Russia and America. You get Russia and America to fight each other... and destroy each other.

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Mojo Jojo:
I will tell you my favorite story-about the greatest conqueror who ever lived: Napoleon! He was a mighty man, feared by all who looked up to him. Using his genius and his loyal army, he conquered all of Europe, then all of Russia, and finally the whole world. The end.



Girls:
BORING!



Blossom:
Your story's all wrong! Napoleon's 1807 seizure of Portugal and the subsequent rebellion by the Spaniards cost France over 300,000 casualties, untold sums of money, and contributed to the eventual weakening of the Napoleonic empire!



Bubbles:
And your analysis on the invasion of Russia is also incorrect! Napoleon's invasion of 1812 resulted in massive casualties of his troops, due to starvation and inclement conditions, and ended in a disastrous retreat from Moscow with his army defeated!



Buttercup:
Yeah, dummy! And when he returned to France, the allied nations of Europe united against him, which led to his eventual defeat at the Battle of Waterloo on June 18, 1815, whereafter he was exiled to the island of St. Helena, where he died a miserable death from stomach cancer on May 5, 1821, stupid!

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Ivan Dolvich:
You do not speak Russian? Ah, I miss days when Russia was at war with everybody.

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Bobby "Steroid" Gontarski:
I think of Russia like my mother. Both could die, I would not care.

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[Q and Bond enter Q's office as Bond looks around at the vast array of devices left over from previous cases]



James Bond:
So, this is where they keep the old relics, then, eh?



Q:
I'll have you know our TOP cutting-edge technology is designed here.



James Bond:
[releasing the knife from the briefcase used in the From Russia With Love affair and fingering a blade] Point taken...



Q:
Must you touch everything?



James Bond:
[seeing his Thunderball jet pack] Hey, does this still work?


[James activates the jet pack, and Q struggles to subdue it]



Q:
Now look...



James Bond:
[holding up the knife-studded shoe worn by Rosa Klebb years ago] So where is this cutting-edge stuff?



Q:
I'm trying to get to it.

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Revolver Ocelot:
I regret to inform you that I have no intention on selling Metal Gear. As I said, I came to take it back. Yes, returned, to the Patriots!



USMC Commandant Scott Dolph:
The La-li-lu-le-lo! How's that possible?



Colonel Gurlukovich:
Ocelot, have you sold us out?



Revolver Ocelot:
Ha! I was never in your employ, Gurlukovich.



Colonel Gurlukovich:
Are you still in league with Solidus?



Revolver Ocelot:
No hard feelings, Colonel. Mother Russia can rot for all I care.



Colonel Gurlukovich:
Since when, Ocelot? When did you turn?



Revolver Ocelot:
I'm glad you noticed, comrade. I abandoned "her" during the Cold War.



Colonel Gurlukovich:
Aghhhhhh!



Revolver Ocelot:
Metal Gear only has room for one! Gurlukovich, you and your daughter will die here!



Colonel Gurlukovich:
DAMN YOU!

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Revolver Ocelot:
[to Gurlukovich] Mother Russia can rot for all I care.

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Yuri:
[the intro to Operation: Red Revolution] Comerade General, you have been a lot more tenacious that I have thought. What a great threat you are to your enemies. Do me this favor, grace me with your presence in Moscow. So, I may thank you in person.



Lt. Zofia:
Before you go anywhere Comrade, you should see this


[shows a video tape]



Lt. Zofia:
it just arrived today. It says to be mailed in event of Premier's death.


[inserts the tape]



Premier Alexander Romanov:
[holding his head and trying to talk] If... you... have... received this. Then, I presume by now I'm finally... dead. I'm... losing... I do'nt know... how to... Oh mother Russia. I'm forgeting... words.


[maintains his composure]



Premier Alexander Romanov:
Yuri, he is controlling my mind. He has killed me. When I'm... gone now, the command is yours. Send this tape far and wide. Take my country back for the glory of Russia and the spirit of justice.



Lt. Zofia:
I think you're satisfied now, da? Yuri has a big stringhold just outside Moscow and has amassed his own forces. But, the bulk of the army is yours.


[puts her hand up slightly]



Lt. Zofia:
Don't. Don't speak General. They are listening for you now. if we do not seak again,


[salutes you]



Lt. Zofia:
it has been an honor to serve you.

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Charles Talleyrand:
Well, Marquis, how is this little mission of ours going? We've prepared the ground successfully, I hope?



Marquis de Caulaincourt:
Well, I've been preparing balls, concerts, banquets, hunting parties, firework displays... The Emperor wants to dazzle the Czar with a display of his power. His Majesty says nothing helps negotiations more, especially with a man as civilized as Alexander.



Charles Talleyrand:
Yes, well, the sovereign of Russia may very well be civilized, but his people are not. In France, of course, it's the other way round.

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Napoléon:
When such an old man marries such a young wife, he should learn to cover her with jewels. So should we forgive him, and see if something can be done about it?



Countess Marie Walewska:
Sire, that's not what I want from your Majesty. My country no longer exists. Prussia, Austria, and Russia have dismembered it. Return Poland to me.

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Ali, actor playing Jevdet Bey:
[to Edward Saroyan] I think the Turks had a real reason to believe that the Armenians were a threat to their security. I mean, their eastern border was threatened by Russia and, I mean, if they believed that the Armenians were gonna betray them; so this was their war. Populations get moved around all the time.

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[planning a bank robbery]



Tommy Vercetti:
As you can see, gentlemen... this is going to be the easiest buck we ever made.



Ken Rosenberg:
Tommy, seriously, you should consider going into law!



Phil Cassidy:
[sighs] What the hell are you smoking, man? This ain't no simple plan. Then again, who needs a simple plan? Look at communism, that was a simple plan... didn't do Russia any favors, huh?



Tommy Vercetti:
Calm down, all right? With a team like this it's gonna be no problem. We got Cam on safe. Phil, you and me will handle security. And Hilary will drive the getaway car.



Ken Rosenberg:
Uh, aren't you forgetting somebody? Somebody who helped you to no END in this town? Somebody who...



Tommy Vercetti:
Ken, Ken... that's right... Ken here, he washes the money for us.


[laughs]



Tommy Vercetti:
And he keeps the drinks on ice!

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Following my junior year in high school, I went on a camping trip through Russia in a group led by Horst Momber, a young language teacher from Roosevelt.More [05/06/2010 12:05:00]
You must go deeper into Russia - 150 kilometres from Moscow or more, and look there. The kids are fed with cattle feed - people don't get paid for half a year.More [07/06/2011 09:07:04]
Bill Gates finds people in Russia to hire them to Microsoft. That's the Russian interest in this process.More [07/07/2011 05:07:45]
I don't think Russia will follow the United States's way. I don't think Russia will follow the French way. I'm sure Russia will find its own way.More [07/07/2011 05:07:43]

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