27 May 2006


Off to Pioneer camp Komsomol members: Podcast #8

Did you dream as an Oktyabryonok to become a Pioneer and a Komsomol member? Ever dream as far as becoming a Communist?

Well too late the USSR is dead, so all you can do it listen about it on this podcast from Natasha’s first hand experience growing up in Northern Kazakhstan.

View photos via kazakhstanstories.blogspot.com
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Podcast was featured on Global Voices Online’s podcast last week. A project funded by Harvard to bring together new media like blogs and podcasts from around the world.

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RSS/podcast feed:http://switchpod.com/users/kazakhstanstories/feed.xml

I spent a total of 4 1/2 months in Kazakhstan and just fell in love with the place. I am really enjoying listening to your podcasts. I've been waiting for this next one. Keep 'em up!

Спасибо и до свидания!
Stavros, I noticed you posting for neweurasia as well. In case Ben hasn't told you, I'm the Regional Editor for Central Asia & the Caucasus at Global Voices. I'm ashamed to say I didn't know about your podcast until Georgia and Rachel found it for our podcast last week. If you find other podcasts in the region or ever want to draw my attention to a post, podcast you're doing, or anything else, feel free to shoot me an email. My address is my first name at registan.net.

I really enjoy your podcasts. It's a cool little project. If you need any help, I'm living in Astana and working here and I'd love to contribute if you have any need for that sort of thing. wlburns at gmail dot com.
That would make his next tournament the Accenture Match Play. Hogan By adjusting the weights, a golfer can affect both the trajectory and direction of the shot. But it's an insult to Byron Nelson and his record for the media and the PGA to continue to call Tiger Wood's streak a win streak. Because these events were not PGA events, the PGA and some in the media still call Tiger's a PGA win streak as if Tiger's play in non-PGA events didn't happen.
Guess Natasha more reflects views of Russian minority in Kazakhstan rather than Kazakhs by themselves es[ecially when it comes to assesment of Yankees and Canada, showing their anxiety towards the victor of Cold War and therefore in some way cause the Independence of Kazakhstan (which fact they hate in majority) and their wish to emigrate from Kazakhstan (Canada is the most desirable place to relocate).
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