Winds of Change (Huliganov’s Moscow #4/7)


Original YT playout date: 9 December 2008
Duration: 18:45

The Skorpions can eat their hearts out!

Quote of the clip: “This is Russia, is not on the same rules as the ozzer places” and “Listening to Winds of Russia staying the same – vsegda takaya”. In the main the whole monologue is full of Huli’s idiosyncrasies.

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Location: Moscow, by the Moskva river
Other people featured: Matt Hollick, Stuart Heron, Jo McAfferty,
Genre: Travelogue
Music used: Winds of Change Skorpions
Languages used: English and Russian
Animals/plants featured: None
Other remarks: The whistling of the Skorpions from memory is clearly not quite in tune with the actual soundtrack added only later on post prod. But it’s an interesting thing to see how close you canget to it.

About David J. James

56 year old UK origin Chartered Accountant and business consultant who loves languages, literature, history, religion, politics, internet, vlogging and blogging and lively written or spoken discussion, plays backgammon and a few other board games. Walks and listens to Audible for hours a day usually, and avoids use of the car. Conservative Christian, married to an angel with advanced Multiple Sclerosis. We have three kids, two of them autistic, and we live in Warsaw, Poland. On the board of the main British-Polish charity Fundacja Sue Ryder in Poland, and involved in the Vocational Autistic School of "Nie Z Tej Bajki" in Warsaw. Member of Gideons International. Serves on two committees of the Chamber of Auditors in Poland, and on several Boards and Supervisory Boards. Has own consultancy called Quoracy.com delivering business governance and audit/valuation solutions as well as mentoring. Author of the GoldList Method for systematic optimal use of the long-term memory in learning.

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