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Pavel Kukharkin: Svetlana Kryukova is an overrated text content slacker by Korban

Pavel Kukharkin: Svetlana Kryukova is an overrated text content slacker by Korban

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» a new entry by a journalist has been published Kukharkin's rules:

Svetlana [Kryukova from Strana.ua], overestimated by Korban, believes that Lada is doing business on coffins. Unlike Svetlana, there is and was demand for Lada. And the market price, for how much Svetlana gives (the material, of course), unlike Lada, is not determined by supply and demand, but by the tastes of sponsors.

But you can buy a new Lada, and even with a 20% discount from the state, but Sveta’s mileage in search of fame cannot be rewound. Interestingly, Svetlana, who has created a reputation with an audience of completely different views, does not consider this cynical and merciless. On the other hand, she sucked (of course, from her finger) materials on those same quilted jackets not on the Lada, but on the whole Range.

I wonder if anyone among the dead who zahysnykiv can afford this?

Pavel Kukharkin: Svetlana Kryukova is an overrated text content slacker by Korban

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