Suppose you wanted to surreptitiously teach a bunch of geeky boys how to move freely and comfortably amongst females. Would you build an entire fake town and then fill it with men dressed like woman? What the video supposedly portrays is a fake town full of Ukrainians pretending to be American.
If I had the resources of the world's second-largest economy at my command, and my entire state security apparatus were possessed of a xeopathic fear that all women were conspiring to destroy my country, and felt that it was in my country's best interest to infiltrate a rival nation (populated entirely by women) in order to gather intelligence...
Then yes, I might consider this to be a reasonable approach. (Though I would probably recruit the best and most experienced drag queens and transvestites from across the entire nation, rather than limiting my search solely to the Ukrainian republic.)
Now, on an unrelated note:
As part of my ongoing dedication to providing MiataTurbo with the highest-quality randomness available, I am pleased to announce that I have finally managed to watch every single video on the entire internet. Having thoroughly analyzed and ranked each one according to a secret and proprietary algorithm, I can say with certainty that I have discovered the Most Random Video in the World, which I will now share with you:
So, this is actually kind of an interesting video:
I'd heard of the existence of this place before, but I'd never seen any actual footage of it. For that matter, I have no idea whether the film is genuine or staged (I've no idea how they would have actually gotten genuine film, but then, that's what the CIA is for.)
If some of those people are "in their 20's", then I'm Joseph Stalin. There indeed may have been cleverly staged "American Cities" used for training Soviet agents, but my money says that ain't one of 'em.
Hahaha. This has got to be the most random page in this whole thread...
Anyway, while searching for images to reply to mellowout's pansies with (I don't even want to think about what my browser history and cache look like right now) I came across the following video, which was just too funny not to share:
If you don't at least get a chuckle out of this, then you fail the Turing test.