These days many Russian online communities hit by the discussion of these photos. They were published in one popular Russian blog and the guy who published claimed that he has found the unique rare photographs of his grandfather from
WW2 when he encountered the Nazi Robots. Of course many didn't believe this and found the same things are in Lucas "Star Wars" movie, but many were fooled and this caused a big buzz, spread across many blogs.
One blogger has found this old Soviet thing that was very popular among fishing lovers in Soviet times. This rotating disc had many types of fishes written on it and one could use it to identify or find the correct attributes of the fish he is going to catch, like what kind of hooks
he had to use, what are well known places were in USSR to get the most of fishing for this fish etc. Russian bloggers discussed this tool greatly and they are sure there was nothing like this in USA, but I am sure there were something like this in USA too.
This 7th November was just a regular day in Russia, but just 20 years ago it looked like on those photos. It was the greatest holiday in Soviet State - the day when the Communists won, so it was commemorated annually with such a
colorful parades. Not only army participated in them but every civil corporation had to send their participants to the parades, hospitals and cinemas, schools and factories - literary every society unit had to.
Yesterday it was a very snowy day in Moscow. Tons of snow have fallen down in one day and the big city got jammed. Those who have been in Moscow are aware that there are a lot of problems with traffic even in the regular days, and this
surprise from mother nature just made it much worse. They said in the news that if to sum up the length of all the traffic jams that happened that day in Moscow it would be a traffic jam of 300 miles highway length.