Hello, This is the first time I have viewed your newspaper's webpage, and would like to compliment you on what I feel is a very informative, entertaining and well designed news source. My distant relatives were from Russia and true to nature I have an intense interest at times to explore resources of information over there, some would call it simple curiosity: Ah, I'm rambling, so, to matters at hand... I am responding in regards to your article dated 2002.04.01 and titled," Russian cosmonauts travel to mars in 2005"...I found this very interesting, even exciting, with one exception...The part about laser blasters for defense against Martian attacks? ...I have read Orson Wells, and indeed, I watch television's "The X Files" and it's not that I don't believe in the possibility of extraterrestrial life somewhere in the universe, it's simply difficult to believe in Martians, it seems almost humerous, unless of course, that part of the article was intentionally supposed to be funny, in which case I feel rather gullible. Anyways, thats my opinion, otherwise, I enjoyed the article tremendously, and look forward to reading Pravda.ru more in the future. Thank you and good day... Sincerely,
Keith Shekrota Plattsburg, New York USA
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