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9 thoughts on “ The Mad Russian

  1. Nagore
    78 reviews of Yefim Shubentsov "Yefim Shubentsov, aka "The Mad Russian," helps people quit smoking. He also uses his methods to assist people with other compulsive behaviours (over-eating, obsessive nose picking, etc). I went to see The Mad Russian back 4/5(78).
  2. Muhn
    Jul 15,  · Until the pandemic hit, Yefim G. Shubentsov, affectionately known as the “Mad Russian,” saw clients regularly at his Washington Square office. Shubentsov’s Wikipedia page describes him as .
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    Mad Russian Golf Course and Event Center - Milliken, Colorado Affordable Northern Colorado Golf In A Beautiful Setting! Perfect For Weddings, Tournaments and Special Events! Home - Mad Russian Golf Course & Event Center.
  4. Dojar
    Yefim Shubentsov of Brookline, MA, also known as “The Mad Russian,” is a hybrid mix of shaman, doctor, and therapist who has a mysterious "cure" for a range of addictions. Since arriving in the US from Moscow in , he has allegedly cured over , cases of addiction, phobias, eating disorders, and general “bad habits,” with his unique approach.
  5. Nimuro
    This sobriquet, “Mad Russian,” was affectionately given by Lieutenant Colonel Creighton W. Abrams, commander of the 37th Tank Battalion, 4th Armored Division. With all the connotations of what mad meant, Abrams was likely referring to Sommaripa’s deep-seated hatred of Nazis.
  6. Tukora
    Jun 03,  · Yefim Shubentsov – The Mad Russian healer. Yefim Shubentsov, also known as “The Mad Russian” claims that he can erase your addictions. He specifically attempts to cure smokers, alcoholics, drug addicts, and overeaters. Based in Boston and operating since about , he claims to have “cured” , people. Many say he is a miracle worker and that he successfully cured them.
  7. Brale
    Yefim Shubentsov, aka "The Mad Russian," helps people quit smoking. He also uses his methods to assist people with other compulsive behaviours (over-eating, obsessive nose picking, etc). I went to see The Mad Russian back in
  8. Shagami
    Gordon appeared throughout the early 40's in films and on radio as his character "The Mad Russian." The actor's character was known for his "steel wool" haircut and ears which wiggled, but, most of all, for his famous tag lines, "How do you do!" and "Do you mean it?". These lines and Gordon's caricature even appeared in several Warner Bros. Occupation: Actor, Soundtrack.
  9. Vulrajas
    US Magazine: Puff Daddy: Celebrities -- and thousands of others -- flock to Yefim Shubentsov, aka the "Mad Russian," to help them kick the habit Born: June 25, (age 80), Russian SFSR, Soviet Union.

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