Russian Food Pyramid

I may have a wild imagination, but I can't make this stuff up...
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We had some wind in Richland the other day, and at some point this piece of paper blew into the eddy on my side yard.  I scanned both sides of this piece of notebook paper into an image.  You can figure the rest of it out for yourself.

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Some people have asked what the "Russian Food Pyramid' is, because they are unable to read it from the image.  According to this neighborhood artist, political commentator, and nutritionist, it is vodka at the base, stroganoff in the middle, and borsch at the apex.  The shape appears to be a pyramid topped with the charismatic "onion dome" often associated with Eastern European architecture (such as Saint Basil's Cathedral in Moscow).

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POSTED 12 MAY 2009