No electricity. One article rendered.
While at it, I had a theosophical talk with Wagrum and Lenic.
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It sounded more like a sermon though than a trilateral talk.
All they did was just listening to my palaver and making no comment because such subjects had been completely absent from the ideas-inoculation-kit used throughout our mutually vast SOVIET HOMELAND.
In the end something started to dawn upon them and Lenic asked cautiously if I was a God believer.
'No fear,' said I, 'my believing faculty is gone for good like the chopped off appendix.'
At home Valyo was awaiting for me to start drinking the X-mass in.
Then, he left taking home his family's share of bread baked by our mutual mother-in-law.
Soon after Valyo's departure, Slavic, a Muscovite compo, knocked on the door and the alcoholiday flowed on under the yarn of his front-line stories.
(A jobless ex-sportsman without what you call 'immaculate records' he joined a phedayee PHEDAYEE —
(Armenian borrowing from Greek) "freedom fighter". group as a sharpshooter).
After a while my mother-in-law and Roozahna left for Underground giving place for Sahtik and me to have it.
We were still at the table when a dense missile round hit the town. The moment the last bangs' echo died away, Ahshaut woke up crying.
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Under the circumstances I only had to take crying Ahshaut and taciturn Sahtik over to Underground.
Then, I returned and saw Slavic off.
He was quite tight.
At a quarter-past-ten p.m., the electricity came on.