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Queue to first McDonalds in Moscow in 1990


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  1. Have you ever considered about including a little bit more than just your
    articles? I mean, what you say is valuable and all.
    However just imagine if you added some great graphics or videos to give your posts more, „pop“!

    Your content is excellent but with images and clips, this site could definitely be one of the
    very best in its niche. Fantastic blog!

  2. Sounds like a plan, right after I go to Russia though, I really could use a nice dose of radiation. It does wonders for my hair.

  3. представляю сколько Ура патриотов в этой очереди стояло…кричащих: Россия Вперед!!: попивая кока колу и куря мальборо

  4. ПИПЕЦ… в 90м мне было 15. И когда видел такую очередь, всё желание отбивало туда идти, за какой то картошкой… Да уж менталитет… уже 20 лет облизываемся на запад, а с печи слезть и сделать жизнь как на западе, всё равно лень. Лишь бы украсть на халявку, или наебать соотечественника

  5. So many people for a piece of defrozen meat between two pieced of heavily processed „bread“….But I really like the song!

  6. захотели макдональдсов! развалили страну! вот теперь жрите суки!

  7. Пиздец… если бы можно было бы дать по ебалу Биберу и Ранеткам , очередь и то бы меньше была)))

  8. With mc donald’s Russia started give their woman’s to other countries for sex economy. What a shame for a country. I think soviet Russia was better than Russian Federation. Russia lost the power.

  9. Да… тогда это был единственный макдак В СТРАНЕ, чего вы хотите?
    А кто гонит на макдак, тот пусть никогда туда ваще не ходит! Без вас хотя бы там народу будет поменьше, будет где посидеть!

  10. @llserrano1

    Well, at least the commies advocated the need to eat healthy food to the youth and kids, rather than allow commercial with happy meals brainwash a whole generation of kids into obese and lazy future Type II diabetes victims.

    Also, I bet most of the money from this restaurant went into the hands of the then Soviet state anyway, so screw the profit.

  11. I always wondered how they were allowed to open one when there still was the Soviet Union. Did the money from the profit of that restaurant go 50% to the Soviet state and 50% to the McDonald’s company?

    OR were McDonald’s so visionary they knew the Soviet Union was a few years from collapsing and by then they’d get a headstart in the fast food franchise?

    It’s one of those odd deals you’d never think would happen.

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