Second Crimean War # 201

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The Doodler
14th Jan 2012, 8:12 PM

Ok, you bilingual and would-be bilingual people. You know you've done this -- come up with this nice sentence in a second language, then realize you know about a third of the words. I sure have... >_>;
(Also, SketchingArt, I swear I had this page roughed out, dialogue and all, before I read your comments.)

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Tantz Aerine
15th Jan 2012, 5:36 PM

Oh I know how that feels. Especially with French. XD

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SketchingArt
16th Jan 2012, 4:19 PM

Nice pages - I like a good comic where the artist researches or knows about what it's about. And isn't that funny? I will preemptively ask qusetions to set up your pages more often, if you want... JK:)

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The Doodler
21st Jan 2012, 3:14 AM

I do it with Spanish. :P

Hah, yeah, you need to do that more often!

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Gregory
22nd Mar 2014, 11:27 PM

"Spetznaz" can mean any number of units. Most of them are an arm of the GRU, which is Soviet/Russian MILITARY intelligence. It does include the former KGB Alfa group though...

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The Doodler
23rd Mar 2014, 12:42 AM

Very true -- in my defense, this page is kinda old? :P

At least Iaroslav's use of the word "Spetsnaz" to talk about his special forces days back in the USSR* would have him being a CP-USSR member as a pre-rec, so John would be spooked by that too -- "CP SOLIDER??" -- even if he wasn't KGB proper.

Thanks so much for calling me out -- I appreciate your knowledge!

*excellent song

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