There\’s an implication or two here.
In Russia good grades are traded for cash, in Iowa for sex.
Implication 1): cash is more valuable than sex in Russia, sex than cash in Iowa.
Implication 2) there\’s not enough cash in Russia and not enough sex in Iowa.
Implication 3) There\’s sufficient cash in Iowa and sufficient sex in Russia.
Presumably then one\’s preference for which country to live in will change over time. As youthful abandon gives way to pension worries, one will become miore desirous of moving from Russia to Iowa.
Or would it work the other way around? As sex with young women becomes more difficult to achieve as one becomes richer in maturity, would one become more desirous of moving from Iowa to Russia?