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January 5, 1992 | DAN MORAIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The dried-up drippings of an egg, expertly tossed in an angry protest years ago, still cling to a shuttered window of what was the Soviet Consulate. Antennas still sit atop the roof, as they did when the FBI assumed that the KGB was trying to snatch Silicon Valley secrets from the airwaves. A chirpy recorded voice continues to welcome callers to the Soviet Consulate, and the telephone menu explains how you apply for Soviet citizenship, for a $252 processing fee.
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January 5, 1992 | DAN MORAIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The dried-up drippings of an egg, expertly tossed in an angry protest years ago, still cling to a shuttered window of what was the Soviet Consulate. Antennas still sit atop the roof, as they did when the FBI assumed that the KGB was trying to snatch Silicon Valley secrets from the airwaves. A chirpy recorded voice continues to welcome callers to the Soviet Consulate, and the telephone menu explains how you apply for Soviet citizenship, for a $252 processing fee.
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