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Re: Apparently I'm not making friends this time...

Released on 2012-05-10 01:00 GMT

Email-ID 1751633
Date 1970-01-01 01:00:00
Make sure you resend this on Sat/Sunday so it doesnt get lost in Peter's
emails... since he is away this week.

This is FASCINATING stuff. I do understand the cold shoulder you are
getting, I mean it is only natural. But I find it fascinating that
Godfather is so liberally parading you around. I mean isn't that strange?
You are pretty radioactive right now, I mean I'd try to distance myself
from you as much as possible. So how does that work?

Take care of course! And kick ass...

----- Original Message -----
From: "Lauren Goodrich"
To: "Marko Papic" , "Eugene Chausovsky"
, "Reva Bhalla"
, "Peter Zeihan"
Sent: Sunday, November 22, 2009 3:41:17 PM GMT -06:00 US/Canada Central
Subject: Apparently I'm not making friends this time...

So my godfather threw me a little dinner and drinks mixer tonight at his
home tonight. It was filled with Kremlin ppl and I was so excited to be
there after my disastrous day with the Kremlin Defense group. It was an
odd evening though because alot of people seemed kinda irritated by my
attendance (though the party was for me).

Anyway, I walked up to a nice looking woman I didn't know personally--
Medvedev's media representative, Natalia Timakova. I smiled nicely and
offered her my hand in introduction. She looked down at my hand and
without taking it, said really snidely "I know who you are. We all know
who you are. I just wanted to see who all the fuss was about."

Apparently, she is really pissed off that I wrote that Putin would be
willing to throw Medvedev under the bus should the reforms go wrong. It
isn't that she doesn't believe it won't happen, but she didn't want it
said publicly.

Anyway, I'm on day 2 and apparently I should have waited until the Kremlin
Wars blew over before returning to the motherland.

*ah, sigh*

Lauren Goodrich
Director of Analysis
Senior Eurasia Analyst
T: 512.744.4311
F: 512.744.4334