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It was completely hedonistic and nihilistic and full of crime....
A lot of [Taibbi's] prose was written on smack and a lot of mine was written on speed....
They don't have the freedom to go out and actually find out what's going on." Rudnitsky has also stated that the e Xile aims to give a more detailed view of Russia than is available in the western press: "We can write about things that Western journalists are too lazy or apathetic to write about..makes this country fascinating is the details, and that's something we're allowed to focus on." Similarly, Ames asserted in his article “Democracy Sucks” that “we'd be sued out of existence within a few weeks of appearing in any Western democracy, but here in Russia, in the so-called kleptocracy, the power elite has been too busy stealing and killing to give a fuck about us, allowing us to fly around the capital beneath their radar, like a cruise missile.
A real democracy would never let us get off the ground.” In 2001, the e Xile published an article falsely claiming hockey star Pavel Bure broke up with a well-known celebrity after discovering she had two vaginas.
Manfred and Marina hired Matt Taibbi to counter this rebellion, but he became disillusioned after producing one issue of Living Here.
Taibbi also defected and became co-editor of the e Xile.
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Ames said, "I get the general sense that they have decided it's time to shut us down, that they're not going to tolerate us anymore." Ames claimed that The e Xile's investors were scared off, leaving the paper with no funding.Citing Manfred and Marina's "incessant petty squabbles over money and title" Ames quit Living Here and began planning his own publication.Ames convinced most of the intermittently paid staff of Living Here to defect to the newly conceived newspaper, the e Xile, including sales manager Kara Deyerin, and his replacement editor Kevin Mc Elwee.Since 1997, Ames and Taibbi have lampooned and investigated greed, corruption, cowardice and complacency." The Moscow Times writes that "The e Xile, which publishes Gonzo-style journalism on topics such as drugs, prostitution and Moscow nightlife side-by-side with political analysis, has often pushed the limits of decency -- not to mention libel law." Jonathan Shainin of also wrote in 2005 that the e Xile "ran serious press criticism salted with vicious personal attacks on reporters." On June 10, 2008, columnist Gary Brecher ("The War Nerd") published a letter on the website asking for donations from readers, saying "it takes money and we have none, zero, aren't even getting paid any more". According to Mark Ames, the new site is to "focus more on the United States," though the Saint Petersburg Times reported that co-editor Yasha Levine will remain in Russia "as long as [he] can hold out." In 1997, Ames was editor of the English-language Moscow newspaper Living Here.The concept of Living Here was first proposed by Manfred Witteman, who convinced his partner Marina Pshevecherskaya to provide ,000 of start-up capital.