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  1. ProducerBrian McKenzie

    Brian McKenzie

    29/11/2016
    Kyrzbekistan: Part 20
    Kyrzbekistan: Part 20Mama Lamchik was waiting by the front door of the arcade. She had changed as well and left the shorty short skirt to trade up for a sarong, silk shirt that let you know she was wearing a bikini and a pair of low strappy sandals. She was beach bunny...
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    Brian McKenzie

    30/10/2016
    Kyrzbekistan: Part 19
    Kyrzbekistan: Part 19Mila had unspiked her hair and straightened it in the time I had disappeared into Lambchik's Office,  she looked older, but she was still every bit of off limit danger - ooooysht. Mila was kind enough to surrender the key and directed me to the...
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    Brian McKenzie
    03/11/2016 #2 Brian McKenzie
    @Nick Mlatchkov It depends on who you ask, and what funding you are seeking. Neither side has murdered more than 5,000 yet - so really it is nearly 'peace'
    Nick Mlatchkov
    03/11/2016 #1 Anonymous
    Brian since u're in mid Asia, do u know the situation in Turkmenistan. Some of them are friends of Erdogan, some are loyal to Russia, especially the elit from the ex USSR. Who's prevailing?
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    Brian McKenzie

    15/10/2016
    Kyrzbekistan: Part 18
    Kyrzbekistan: Part 18*****   Warning: Delicate Sensibilities WILL be OFFENDED.  Early & Often   ***************** I rubbed my eyes and took the last pull off the iced coffee, hitting the audible slurp suck sound that occurs when all the black magic is gone and I...
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    Aurorasa Sima
    15/10/2016 #1 Aurorasa Sima
    I take the warning seriously. Fairness is relevant.
  4. ProducerBrian McKenzie

    Brian McKenzie

    19/09/2016
    Kyrzbekistan: Part 17
    Kyrzbekistan: Part 17Sitting with Mama Lambchik was a pleasurable "business meeting". She was cute, playful and flirty: weapons I am sure she has well deployed in her past business meetings to get what she wants.  Of course they were all assets that were hard to miss as...
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    Brian McKenzie
    20/09/2016 #3 Brian McKenzie
    #2 @Donna-Luisa Eversley Thanks - I want to make a book out of i t - but that doesn't seem to allow for all the e-links and video attachments - so I think It will have to remain in digital format.
    Donna-Luisa Eversley
    20/09/2016 #2 Donna-Luisa Eversley
    Wow ..I love it, and the music sure sets the scene. Epic , action drama @Brian McKenzie. You are a storyteller😉
    Brian McKenzie
    19/09/2016 #1 Brian McKenzie
    The Growing and On-going tale of Kyrzbekistan
  5. Brian McKenzie

    Brian McKenzie

    08/09/2016
    What a typical day on the internet on my side o f the world looks like. I don't know who thinks that LOCALIZING SPAM is making it anymore tempting to klick - but when in Rome....... Brian McKenzie
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    Brian McKenzie
    20/09/2016 #1 Brian McKenzie
    A to B test for 'Reach' - 300 on beBee - 165 on Linked In. Winner - beBee ! (but we knew that !)
  6. Brian McKenzie

    Brian McKenzie

    05/09/2016
    I am not a swarm - I am just one angry bee.
    It would be better if you did not disturb me
    but if you bring hate to my hive
    be sure my sting you wont survive

    #YankeeGoHome #YankeeStayHome
    The world has had enough of your vile and vulgar Nation Building, Regime Changes and Color Revolutions
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    Brian McKenzie

    05/09/2016
    Stay on your side of the Globe
    Yankees Go Home, Yankees Stay Home
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    Brian McKenzie

    04/09/2016
    I gave up The Dream' a long time ago - it was never mine anyways

    Gonna put as many of them in holes as I can before I go - f*ck them - No Surrender
    Bruce Springsteen - No Surrender Acoustic in Toronto
    Bruce Springsteen - No Surrender Acoustic in Toronto Bruce Springsteen No Surrender Acoustic in Toronto E Street Band...
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    Brian McKenzie
    05/09/2016 #3 Brian McKenzie
    #2 @Melissa Hefferman there is indeed a they, them, and those - the ones that rig the game and treat people as cattle - they are legion.
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    Brian McKenzie

    04/09/2016
    This is Part 8 - I don't know why it got skipped in succession - it was posted long ago - it is critical to the story - it is the RECIPE they have used to overthrow foreign governments for decades .... and the one they intend to use on the US in the coming year.
    Brian McKenzie
    brian mckenzie on Twitter
    twitter.com “#Kyrzbekistan Part 8 ~ How to have a Revolution & Kill a Country https://t.co/E6hD54VkKd via...
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    Brian McKenzie
    05/11/2016 #1 Brian McKenzie
    Read the Recipe - this is the shit they are cooking up for the US right now. Your 'election' is a game and sideshow.
  10. ProducerBrian McKenzie

    Brian McKenzie

    04/09/2016
    Kyrzbekistan: Part 16
    Kyrzbekistan: Part 16*****NOTE - as the bomb at the Chinese Embassy on Tuesday has shown, the game that I predicted would come to town - has arrived; updates will become more frequent as I data dump and bring this tale up to speed to current moments*****I now return you...
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    Cyndi wilkins
    06/09/2016 #20 Cyndi wilkins
    #19 #17 Illusion is a very powerful weapon...Human beings are very easily manipulated when they are traumatized. There is your weapon of mass destruction. Thank you @Brian McKenzie...Truth is painful...but in the same instance leads to healing. I look forward to your next post.
    Brian McKenzie
    06/09/2016 #19 Brian McKenzie
    I may do a 'truther' bit for it on the Anniversary - do not believe what you see on TV - it is all produced, paid, and bribed content - including and ESPECIALLY the 'news'. There were countless instances of 'embedded' journalists in Gulf War I that were reporting 'Live from the Scene' - that were NOWHERE near where they said they were.
    Lisa Gallagher
    06/09/2016 #18 Lisa Gallagher
    #17 I guess many of us will continue to believe what we saw and were told unless they come out with official evidence to prove otherwise Brian. This doesn't mean I'm dismissing what you've written- I have no clue what others know that I'm not privy to if there is intel out there to state otherwise. I've seen many video's on Youtube trying to prove it was an implosion, not the planes but it didn't convince me. Your comment about Hillary's classified emails and Hillary's server gave me a chuckle.
    Brian McKenzie
    06/09/2016 #17 Brian McKenzie
    @Lisa Gallagher Why and how often does the Federal Government hire 'Crisis Actors' - there were no planes. The entire call from the plane and 'Let's Roll' is cheer leading bullshit to rile up a public to go to war. I would recommend you watch 'Wag the Dog' and take a good hard look at the path that they did in that movie for cover up - including pop songs and fake victims / heroes. It is epic bullshit - Of course and indeed, first responders were killed and injured in direct relation to the buildings coming down - but the buildings were not brought down by a plane - and Building 7 was collapsed by controlled demolition - they didn't even bother to create the lie of the plane for that one. There is plenty out on the web that challenges the 'Official' narrative. I was on the phone to my unit between the strikes - watching the 'coverage' as the 'second plane hit'. It was a cartoon worthy of a Disney Intern. The shadows were off, the speed was wrong, the sizing was scaled incorrectly and on a bright sunny day.... the planes are PURE BLACK shadows.....MICKEY MOUSE BULLSHIT. We mustered and inspected later that day - spooks, linguists, game players and psy -ops; nobody believed it was real - especially considering the way we had fabricated shit across the European Continent in the 90's. We were on alert and farmed out over the next week to all over the globe. I landed in Uzbekistan. ...... maybe in another 15 years I will get to tell that story. It is still classified - unless Hillary had that on her server too - and then shit - it should be on social media soon enough.
    Lisa Gallagher
    06/09/2016 #16 Lisa Gallagher
    #15 I know this question has been asked a million times but what happened to all those people in the planes that day then @Brian McKenzie? And with all the people who were first responders, inspectors, and on the list goes, why is it that no one has publically stated otherwise except for those who make claims yet no-one will legitimately back the claims? I'm not arguing, just curious?
    Brian McKenzie
    06/09/2016 #15 Brian McKenzie
    @Lisa Gallagher I am not saying the Pentagon was not hit - I am saying that a Novice pilot with minimal VIDEO and INSTRUMENT training could NOT have flown a Boeing 757 nap of the earth over DC and then arched to the pentagon at a mean altitude of 10 feet off the ground and impacted the outer wall at a non stall speed of 140-160 knots - while on impact only severing two rings while the rest of the plane magically disappeared. There was no plane. Our squadron routinely did nap of the earth flights - with planes much smaller, much more maneuverable flown by skilled pilots with YEARS of experience..... and we still lost planes. There is NO way a Boeing FAT body rolled down that avenue of approach and into the Pentagon creating the hole that they showed. Absolutely no way in hell. And anybody that has done Flight Ops / BDA - knows it. It was a missile, a drone, or an Remote Vehicle of substantially less size than the Boeing. PS - The Russians have Satellite Aerial photography of the Pentagon blast and the field for Flight 93 - neither of them show a 'plane'. Believe as you wish - but the evidence doesn't support "Planes" - not in any instance - not at the towers, not at the Pentagon, not in the Pennsylvania field. FACTS over FEELS every-time.
    Lisa Gallagher
    06/09/2016 #14 Lisa Gallagher
    @Brian McKenzie you once told me these stories are fiction, I'm curious too- do you believe some of what you write to be true mixed with fiction? I'm confused? I'm not a conspiracy theorist (no offense to you). I also have a cousin who worked at the Pentagon and was present when the plane hit. He lost friends that day and was lucky he wasn't in the part of the building that took the major hit.
    Cyndi wilkins
    05/09/2016 #13 Cyndi wilkins
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zZmcNlE-ttQ

    Something to consider as we approach the anniversary of this painful event...
    Brian McKenzie
    05/09/2016 #11 Brian McKenzie
    Sounds like darker meme of the Men in Black and the 'Agents' from the Matrix - I have no doubt that the military / government kidnaps people; shit they did it nearly monthly in the channels I used to work in. Gitmo was a bed -n- breakfast compared to some of the other darker sites we ran.
    Cyndi wilkins
    05/09/2016 #10 Cyndi wilkins
    " I can see the powers that be crafting a lie of that magnitude." Oh it is not the "powers that be" that are telling the lies...As far as being kept a secret...That is about to change. Many have stepped forward and have been ridiculed by a government that desires total control of the masses...Where do you think they acquired the knowledge of the very "freaky and remarkable technology for putting things in the air" in the first place? The military is responsible for keeping such things a secret...Not the powers that be. As far as "Alien Abduction" goes...I never said they were aliens Brian...
    Brian McKenzie
    05/09/2016 #9 Brian McKenzie
    I do not believe in alien abduction - most reports of UFOs can be attributed to military aircraft. I know when we let our birds out of the barn, the local news and base phone would all be buzzing with reports of 'UFOs". The military has some very freaky and remarkable technology for putting things in the air. As for the moon.... if we didn't go - then it is a wonderful black hole to hide Billions of dollars and technology under the guise of 'space'. ~ I can see the powers that be crafting a lie of that magnitude.....but not being able to keep it quiet for 40+ years.
    Cyndi wilkins
    05/09/2016 #8 Cyndi wilkins
    #5 What I find odd is that the last human to land on the moon was almost 45 years ago! Not so much odd, @Dean Owen, as it is intentional...@Brian McKenzie...It is time now for the public to know EXACTLY what has been hidden from them for millennia...We all know a sliver of this truth here...many of us have deliberately taken part in it's creation...we just cannot remember with full clarity. That is why is seems so frightening...Even if we do remember, we are called crazy. Seems to me you and Grover have the power to further enlighten us...The world is waiting...Soon we will discover that everyone who has claimed to have had an "abduction experience" is the most sane among us.
    Dean Owen
    04/09/2016 #6 Dean Owen
    #5 What I find odd is that the last human to land on the moon was almost 45 years ago!
    Brian McKenzie
    04/09/2016 #5 Brian McKenzie
    The moon landing was before my time......but don't you find it odd that in 1969 they could have near instantenous communication with the lander .....but 25 years later the military still had lag, blackout and dead zones for communications. Most notably the Grenada incursion. P.S. entirely too many of the shadows and ratios are off in the photos. For me, the moon is a non starter, had I worked for NASA instead of the DIA, I might care a bit more. My Uncle was in the final round for the Science teacher stunt they did with the Challenger - he did say that program was full of its' own lies.
    Dean Owen
    04/09/2016 #4 Dean Owen
    @Brian McKenzie, I usually don't engage in conspiracy theorists articles but I gather from your article here and previous articles that you are perhaps in the camp that says the towers and the Pentagon were not hit by planes, but by missiles and that the US was involved. My question to you is whether this viewpoint, which I am seeing quite often these days, becoming mainstream or is it much like the "faked moon landing" viewpoint which has always remained a relative minority?
    Lisa Gallagher
    04/09/2016 #3 Lisa Gallagher
    #2 Well @Brian McKenzie, you sure are influenced by a lot of great characters!
    Brian McKenzie
    04/09/2016 #2 Brian McKenzie
    #1 @Lisa Gallagher Thanks for reading and sharing - I don't know about 'creative' - I am just a nameless no talent hack that has a good data feed on what is not shown on TV. I am influenced entirely too much by Clancy, MacGyver, Knight Rider, Magnum PI, Jason Bourne, Mission Impossible, and James Bond .....but there is a damn wide swath of reality in there - I am more reporter than author.
    Lisa Gallagher
    04/09/2016 #1 Lisa Gallagher
    Shared on Twitter @Brian McKenzie. Your mind is very creative!
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    Brian McKenzie

    23/08/2016
    Kyrzbekistan: Part 15
    Kyrzbekistan: Part 15I headed back to Mama's office with the blaring raucous tune from Ratt, Uncle Milte was in timeless and fine form. Crank that to 11-teen.*Apparently the Original Video is prohibited in Central Asia ~ filthy censors - the tune is over 30 years old;...
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    Brian McKenzie

    17/08/2016
    Ghost Blog Writer
    Ghost Blog WriterDear Sir or Madam, will you read my e-book?It took me half a year to write, will you take a look?It's centered on a rant about #KyrzbekistanAnd it could go Big, maybe you understandOMG I want to be a Ghost Blog writerGhost Blog writerIt's the dirty...
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    Dean Owen
    17/08/2016 #1 Dean Owen
    Drown away. I am fascinated with any part of the Silk Road.
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    Brian McKenzie

    11/08/2016
    Kyrzbekistan:  Part 14
    Kyrzbekistan: Part 14Roderick: ok TOP, show me what you got.Top: looking at the parameters and ranges that we have and those that we left blank we ended up with 86 names. Of those 12 are dead, 36 are working for us or one of our asset groups....18 are in commercial...
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    Brian McKenzie

    08/08/2016
    Kyrzbekistan:  Part 13
    Kyrzbekistan: Part 13I joined the military when I was 16, I joined early as I declared emancipated minor and moved out of the shitty home life I was in. I grew up listening to the Navy stories from my grandfather. When I fled the house, he knew that I would quickly end...
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    Lisa Gallagher
    11/08/2016 #10 Lisa Gallagher
    I will admit, I'm trying by use of google translation to learn some Spanish. I want to read more articles posted by our friends from Spain and Portugal as well. Translator is great, and I retain maybe 5% of what I read ;-)
    Brian McKenzie
    11/08/2016 #9 Brian McKenzie
    #8 @Lisa Gallagher immersion is always the best, fastest and easiest way to pick up a language; The Russian House was the reason I choose University of Washington.
    Lisa Gallagher
    11/08/2016 #8 Lisa Gallagher
    #4 A lot of responsibility @Brian McKenzie! I would love to learn another language but I think it may be too hard unless I lived among the culture at my age now!
    Brian McKenzie
    09/08/2016 #7 Brian McKenzie
    #6 When I started language study in 1988 - I flipped a coin, between Russian and Japanese. I was thinking that Russia / Soviet Union had been a good solid enemy - and was likely to remain so..... and that Japan was a technology / economic power house and all of the cars, computers, and chips seems to be coming out of there ..... It came up Russian. yep - that was the decision process; oy to be foolish and 17 again.
    Dean Owen
    09/08/2016 #6 Dean Owen
    #5 Kind of reminds me of a young Jack Ryan. It's never too late to pick up another language! I learnt the wrong language too, Japanese, just as the bubble was bursting and entering double zombie decades. It is finally getting relevant again.
    Brian McKenzie
    09/08/2016 #5 Brian McKenzie
    @Dean Owen The opening shot is scenic Honduras - my first trip into the world of doing what will never make the news. I was security and intell for the radio / navigation / antennae that they set up. My introduction to ' We were never there, It wasn't US " circa 1987/8 The carnage through the intell and spook world when the Berlin Wall fell was epic. I had 3 years of Russian Language study at the University and a degree in Russian International Studies with an emphasis on Soviet Economics / Government - and when the wall fell - I was instantly obsolete. Had I studied Arabic langues and Middle Eastern Studies - then all would have been different - but such is the life I live and lead - nearly always behind the wrong wave - wondering why I can't get a ride into shore (doggy paddle back in doesn't count) Nearly 25 years later, Russia is the game again - and the JV team is atrocious; more cat memes than intell. Highly embarrassing. Lots of blond girls here - some of them are even naturally so. ;)
    Brian McKenzie
    09/08/2016 #4 Brian McKenzie
    #2 @Lisa Gallagher the really fun thing was that when I got to boot, in week two - they put me in charge of the barracks. 80+ recruits and all the supplies for 8 weeks of camp happy. Good times.
    Dean Owen
    09/08/2016 #3 Dean Owen
    Cool buzz. Where is the title picture taken? It seems a little cliche to say all was going grand until the Berlin Wall fell and that game disappeared. Has the game disappeared or has a cold war opened up on multiple fronts? One other thing, it seems so strange for me to see Asian faces with blond hair. I have no idea about genetics, but I would have guessed that black hair genes dominate?
    Lisa Gallagher
    09/08/2016 #2 Lisa Gallagher
    You were so young when you joined @Brian McKenzie
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    Brian McKenzie

    01/08/2016
    Kyrzbekistan: Part 12
    Kyrzbekistan: Part 12The bacon that was torturing me did not seem to be on the menu. The cook delivered the kofe, hot, strong and of the Krepko variety. I pointed to the menu, ' a ya sheyshtoy'. I will take the number 6, scrambled eggs, peppers, mushrooms, and what...
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    Lisa Gallagher
    03/08/2016 #5 Lisa Gallagher
    #4 I had no idea you could make tequila from the bulbs @Brian McKenzie. Actually your moonshine sounds tasty lol. We make wine, but it's not as complicated obviously!
    Brian McKenzie
    03/08/2016 #4 Brian McKenzie
    #3 @Lisa Gallagher - Google open source - it is an Agave cactus field in Mexico. I saw a Discovery channel show on how they make tequila from the bulbs - simply an amazing process. I have always been fascinated with the - hey, lets take this, ferment it, distill it, age it and get drunk from it ! I blame the moonshiner line in my family. Our family recipe is watermelon, black berries, raspberries and even apples as a sweetener to the standard sour mash.
    Lisa Gallagher
    03/08/2016 #3 Lisa Gallagher
    I meant to add, love the photos. Did you capture the header photo?
    Lisa Gallagher
    03/08/2016 #2 Lisa Gallagher
    Very creative @Brian McKenzie, I have a feeling there is some truth in all that you write. The Joey Tribianni clip, LMBO!!
    Brian McKenzie
    01/08/2016 #1 Brian McKenzie
    Would you like to be in the Adventure of Kyrzbekistan ?!!?! While it is mostly fictional - most of the characters are my friends, the people I meet, and the recommendations from a loose horde of forum boards. If you would like to be an 'official' character or suggest a plot line development - chime in - it will be come a revenue channel later when I push out to crowd funding - this is your early adopter free-bee !
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    Brian McKenzie

    25/07/2016
    Kyrzbekistan: Part 11
    Kyrzbekistan: Part 11I stumbled into the malenbkii magazine, the sun already reflecting a bright and rising glared heat up off the asphalt. It was going to be jarkiy. I had my towel draped over my t-shirt, even the Aloha Uniform was too hot for this A.M.. I kypil a...
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    Brian McKenzie

    25/07/2016
    Coming soon - Bikini beach bingo, Horse Milk Booze, Rogue Infidel Bacon, DJ Minarets and a few dead that need kill'd Brian McKenzie
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    Brian McKenzie

    24/07/2016
    Kyrzbekistan:  Part 10
    Kyrzbekistan: Part 10Day Two: I laid zombie in the back of the fire gryzovik, my head on my rykzak as a pillow, the towel under my shoulder blades for padding, dead to the world.....until. That loud and nearly eternal melody for the morning call to prayer, the PA...
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    Brian McKenzie
    25/07/2016 #2 Brian McKenzie
    As US parmasean 'cheese' was found to contain entirely too much wood pulp .... the 'American' version - is so full of fake and synthetic elements that it will not melt under direct flame... and instead has to be 'nuked' in a microwave to get any real 'melt' to it. I honestly think if you put it in a trap - even the mice would avoid it.
    Dean Owen
    25/07/2016 #1 Dean Owen
    What the hell is that indeed! Cheese that burns black!
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    Brian McKenzie

    08/07/2016
    Kyrzbekistan: Part 9
    Kyrzbekistan: Part 9 "DICK! GET YOUR WORTHLESS ASS IN HERE, RIGHT THE F*CK NOW !"Sir Roderick was old school, he was in the thick of things when the Cold War was THE game in town. He was 58, had a prior service career with the military, followed up by just as many years...
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    Brian McKenzie
    10/07/2016 #6 Brian McKenzie
    #5 I will upload the next page tomorrow - I have to source the graphics and videos - I am not sure it will work in regular print format - but the video embeds are a integral part of the story.
    Lisa Gallagher
    10/07/2016 #5 Lisa Gallagher
    Wow, very creative @Brian McKenzie! The cover photo REALLY caught my attention. Pretty guy! :-)
    Brian McKenzie
    08/07/2016 #4 Brian McKenzie
    As a reminder, #Kyrzbekistan is entirely fictional.....but the names, dates, places, people and ideologies are indeed more real than most are prepared to admit. The best fiction is always wrapped in ribbons woven from truth. 😈
    Nick Mlatchkov
    08/07/2016 #3 Anonymous
    Oh and Selleck was in one of the greatest war movies ever made, Robert Altman's M.A.S.H.! On the other hand it had a huge influence on early SNL.
    Nick Mlatchkov
    08/07/2016 #2 Anonymous
    I bet this babe in the clip's the inspiration for Pamela A. in Miami Vice ;)
    Nick Mlatchkov
    08/07/2016 #1 Anonymous
    I love that T. Selleck clip!
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    Brian McKenzie

    27/06/2016
    Kyrzbekistan:  Part 7
    Kyrzbekistan: Part 7 No matter how many times I jump out of a plane, that first yoosht of blasted air up against my chest hits me with gulp, like stepping into the cold water after a hot banya - you know it is gonna be cold... just not how much - until you are in it....
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    Gonzalo Meza
    29/06/2016 #10 Gonzalo Meza
    Great story, @Brian McKenzie!
    Lisa Gallagher
    29/06/2016 #9 Lisa Gallagher
    Thanks for sharing this @Brian McKenzie!
    Brian McKenzie
    28/06/2016 #8 Brian McKenzie
    #6 tis why I am aiming at my fellow comic book / graphic novel geeks. There are a subversive bunch that love dark dystopia and a round of letting the rogue elements pond the 'good guy' Mainstream media will never let me paint D.C. in the directions I am heading
    Paul Walters
    28/06/2016 #7 Paul Walters
    Agree with Dean's point. However a good post all round
    Dean Owen
    27/06/2016 #6 Dean Owen
    #5 It is tough to crowd fund novels on Kickstarter, people like tangible goods. You'll need a good video intro from Kyrzbekistan.
    Brian McKenzie
    27/06/2016 #5 Brian McKenzie
    #2 @Dean Owen A bit of global retribution and score keeping. After killing a couple of operatives is in Venezuela, I have decided that the Globalists need a few lessons taught to them. I love nothing more than creating disruption, chaos, mayhem, and collateral damage. Thanks for reading - when it goes live for KickStarter - there will be an option to write in a character and plot line if you wish ;)
    Joanna Hofman
    27/06/2016 #4 Joanna Hofman
    #3 absolutely, everything starts from dream and next step is a story :) wish to see the story soon :)
    Brian McKenzie
    27/06/2016 #3 Brian McKenzie
    #1 @Joanna Hofman Thanks for following along - there is more to come. I am building this as a teaser to try and get crowd funding for a graphic novel. My friend is a mad skillz illustrator - but he is on vacation until July - I am hoping he is up for the idea. Kyrzbekistan needs it's own story
    Dean Owen
    27/06/2016 #2 Dean Owen
    Loved the article but still trying to figure out what you are doing in Kyrzbekistan.
    Joanna Hofman
    27/06/2016 #1 Joanna Hofman
    Excellent post, very well expressed emotions, simplicity and moving story.
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    Brian McKenzie

    17/06/2016
    Kyrzbekistan - The Back Story
    Kyrzbekistan - The Back StoryTo those of you following along, this is going to become a crowd funded book for me. So if you would like to be in the story, and have a character lead, meme or plot line that you would like to see included in the 'Kyrzbekistan' tale - chime in here...
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    Brian McKenzie

    17/06/2016
    Kyrzbekistan Part 6
    Kyrzbekistan Part 6I gave up the sunflower brew to the Load-Master in blyidtb. Blyidtb is Ukrainian, it colloquially means 'the pulling of strings' - it is the non official bribe that gets things done, one always knows it is there, but it is still unspoken. This word...
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    Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    18/06/2016 #4 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    #2 I just want you to be happy. And I hope there's no speed limit for motorcycles, and that you wear a good, tight helmet! Great piece!
    Lisa Gallagher
    18/06/2016 #3 Lisa Gallagher
    #2 I read it @Brian McKenzie, and it appears the NY times made a major error/typo? That was funny. I'm glad you are happier where you are now :))
    Brian McKenzie
    18/06/2016 #2 Brian McKenzie
    @Lisa Gallagher Read the Kyrzbekistan back story - post - it is a purely fabricated country. But I am indeed in Central Asia. I made prep to leave the country after OBAMA was re-elected. In all honesty, I never should have returned after we toppled Ukraine in 2005 - but that was a different fantasy live - I still believed in the Americana at that time. I am older and wiser now
    Lisa Gallagher
    18/06/2016 #1 Lisa Gallagher
    You left America when Bush was re-elected? Kyrzebeskistn isn't a real country. So, I'm confused- is your entire article satire @Brian McKenzie? Just keep pumping out the hard rock, that seems to help with the angst and BS we all encounter ;-)
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    Brian McKenzie

    17/06/2016
    Kyrzbekistan 5.3

    She gave me a flier to attach to the rigging box that the Load-Master would attach to my bags for the parachute drop. I asked for four more copies of the same flier. Yes....I was going to attach them to Dick's pallet .... Y'all saw it coming, poor stooge won't discover it for hours. Game on.
    Inna called a shuttle so I didn't miss the plane, another angry teapot.

    I waited out by the smoking section, a couple of the American henchmen were at the curb as well. "You think he can handle it?" "He certainly flubbed the Argentina gig last year, couldn't even get a decent Twitter feed on it. He had the fliers, paid off the crowds we brought in, hired a news crew, and he still couldn't get it off the ground. The whole shit of these things isn't that they are real revolutions, but that we get the media attention and public support for our little show". The blond stooge whistled, 'If he blows this one, he will end up at the North Pole". I smirked to myself, it couldn't happen to a nicer Dick.

    The rumble little teapot took me out to the proppy jobber, I made sure the load master was appropriately bribed, I put the placards on the pallet to make sure it left the plane when I did.

    On the way to Kyrzbekistan! Hazza!
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    17/06/2016
    Kyrzbekistan 5.3

    Inna said I could try them on,and if they didn't fit, we could try another size. I stepped into the booth and was out of clothes quickly, I did not wish to miss my flight. The fit was expected was snug in the chest, packed in the ass and full Bib Michelin Man in the gut and legs..... Inna moya po ogromnoe poljalyiu. ( Inna my dear, please get me a larger one). As I stood in my Thunderwear, no really what else would you call them , they are huge! I yelled out to Inna - No ELVIS! That should fly without translation. She handed me the jumpsuit over the door and I was in it quickly there after. As to be expected, it fit like the Apprentice cloak out of that Mickey Mouse cartoon. Inna took a scissors to the cuffs and made the adjustments. A quick snap of the bungees and damnit, I was ready to jump. She debited my card for the jump. What the hell, in for a bit, in for the lot.

    Inna moya tiy nikogda buila na Asotenya? ( Inna my little one, have you ever been to Asotenya?) she nodded yes, I said that I would be there all season and hoped she would come to visit. She said that somebody has to fetch the chutes, and she would be there in two weeks maybe. Damn, I do love this part of the world, a Boriya could live here comfortably and fashionably for many years.
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