Chewing over the recessionary gristle

  • 2009-03-18
  • By Darius James Ross
You know it's spring when the feral cats of Vilnius lie sprawled on concrete steps, soaking up the sun and preening, picking the build-up of winter muck out of their scraggly coats. Like them, there's not much I can do to improve my lot amid this biting downswing, which is why it only seems to make sense to follow Monty Python's cliche of looking on the bright side of life. The current krize, or sunkmetis (roughly, "hard time") as it's been dubbed in the local press, like any other, is not without its bright spots or its opportunities. Riding the trolleybus, it never fails to h...
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