The Finnish team returned from Moscow today around 9pm. They told they are very happy and satisfied for the two week's job and they were absolutely not a flop, as labeled by some Finnish media. "We made it to the final, and left 17 countries behind in the semifinals. That is not a flop" said Waldo. "We went to Moscow to do our thing and the result looked very much like us. We didn't want to go and do some circus stuff. We worked a lot and it was tough." Then he complains a bit about the polluted air in Moscow and the different treatment the artists were receiving. "There seemed to be artists in category A and in category B. France's Patricia Kaas for example was treated like a superstar she is. I don't have a problem with that but one would think all artists would be equal in an event like this." Waldo's plans for the nearest future include drinking Finnish coffee, sitting in the garden and rest, rest and more rest. Then he will hit the road again with his People for summer gigs.