Imagine yourself going somewhere by subway. There's some free time on your way and you take out your book just to busy yourself with something. And now what will all the people around you do? Sure everyone will try to have a secret look at the text you're reading or at least at a cover of a book in your hands. Now you have a good chance to
play a trick on them all. All you need is just a funny book jacket and surrounding people will be shocked or at least surprised. So here's a small collection of such covers. How to explain your child that you're going to sell him. More than 3 000 000 books sold over the world (and twice more children).
This campaign with St. George Ribbons itself invites some questions. For instance, youngsters who annually use the ribbons for other agendas look rather weird. But bureaucrats of Naberezhnye Chelny city have gone even far... All advertising constructions have been tied with these ribbons, they covered
telephone numbers, addresses and other information... Those who buy ads do suffer much from such celebration policy. The point is that the companies had to pay for the ribbons themselves and were given only three days for payment by the executive committee. Judge yourself.
Strange situation was caught up on Russian analogue of Google street view. On one of the streets of St. Petersburg city there are clearly visible people with guns in the middle of the bright day, looking like just got those guns
from some office. Taking in consideration that most types of guns are illegal to own for a common person in Russia, and clearly not legal to carry it openly except while on hunting makes this bit puzzling.
Strictly speaking the post is not about 10 best cosmonauts but about cosmonauts involved in the first 10 successful Soviet space flights. Starting from the seventh the flights were not more individual so you'll find here
more than 10 persons. Let's start. 1. Yuri Gagarin First flight of a man into the space at the height of 327 kilometers lasting in total 108 minutes that have changed his life and life of our planet.