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Moscow Summer 2010

Posted on August 7, 2010 by team


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Some years ago it would be hard to believe that these pictures were taken in Moscow... Let's have a walk in the smoke!


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40 Responses to “Moscow Summer 2010”

  1. Lord Cunt says:

    Their is no lane discipline in Moscow.

  2. zimbo1947 says:

    It’s a sad thing when you hear how many people have already got health problems because of the smoke. And who knows how long it will take before the smoke has disappeared from all buildings and the metro.

    • cockatrice says:

      Rule of thumb, until the fall rains. Which in Oregon is November. Wild fire can only be directed into areas of lesser fuel, not really put out. From what I’ve seen, there is plenty to burn, so until you can turn it back into an already burned area where it will starve for fuel, you don’t really have a chance of putting it out.

      Been there, actually know from experience what you’re enduring. It’s not pleasant, and for people with lung problems can be dire. Our first forest fires have just started burning here, no where this bad yet for air quality.

  3. Indy75 says:

    “There is NO discipline in Moscow” in fact ;)

  4. First says:

    There are many people in wet medical masks.

  5. Flopka says:

    Ugh, looks like living in hell. I bet a lot of people will be glad when fall and winter come.

  6. Kirov says:

    Inside the house it is easy 40 degrees C and on the [shielded] balcony 50 degrees.
    No wind, and no window can be opened, one cannot sleep or really do something. My auntie lives there and she is desperate. Many older people are dying, but it is not reported because it might cause a riot.

  7. cockatrice says:

    Welcome to Los Angeles, Russia?

    Reminds me of the Sykes Creek fire here. The worst days, you couldn’t see beyond 350 feet, the smoke was so thick. Your eyes were red and it hurt to breathe. And when the sun could be seen, it looked like an angry eyeball glaring down on a blasted world.

  8. kbr says:

    I can only have sympathy with the people who have astma, it must be hell in an hell :(

  9. John Birch says:

    Clearly this is a Communist plot to cover troop and weapons movement without detection, very clever but I’m not falling for it. This whole perestroika thing is a ruse I tell you.

  10. SovMarxist1924 says:

    Almost as bad as the capitalist Chinese city of Beijing.

  11. Otis R. Needleman says:

    Wow. Hope it rains soon. Let’s pray for these folks.

    • bozha727 says:

      Hey, if you do not post better and normal comments please do not visit this site anymore, but turn to the American ideology of evil and the American dream!
      Warm regards from Serbia!

  12. Capitalist Pig says:

    God is punishing the russians for comunism and wars .

  13. Boritz says:

    I think I shall abstain from smoking now.

  14. derp says:

    Silent Hill?

  15. First says:

    Today is better than yesterday h t t p : //yfrog.com/ndimg3506j

  16. RzmDan says:

    They say that being outside in this is equivialent to smoking one to two packs of cigarettes an hour!!! put that on top of the pack an hour most russians already smoke and there up to three packs an hour!!! This fire needs to be stopped before Kent 4 go’s bankrupt!

  17. mukmika says:

    Wish we could send some water-bombers over there, and bomb the hell out of those fires. Unfortunately, all we can do is pray for the people who have been, and are being affected by this disaster.

  18. Byron76 says:

    My condolences to the russian people for this moment… Here in Córdoba Argentina, we got those problems each year with forest in fire… sad view…
    I can imagine that the russian firemens are with preety hard job in these days…
    I hope get control of the situation shortly.
    Greetings from Argentina.

  19. Papo says:

    Th whom this may concern, I would like to give you and your conuntry our condolenseces for these huge fires. Living in California we have conditions huge fire stomrs. But I would like to offer my service on a pro bono case for your fires. I work In califonria and became a Fire Figther 2 with California Forestry Fighter. I’m do at what I do, and to win those infernos will will have to teach propler techiniques to inmates that are good rewared to create fire lines, preventing the fire to spread. You still have to be carefull of animals that are on fire way past you sectioned out lanes. We have to do control burns that wby the time the inferno reaches there is nothing to burn. I am alos a an Emergengy Medical Techinician. please foward this e-mail to other Kermlin members and see if I could help your country. I awlso run heavy equipment, tractors, big rigs etc… Please send to the president and Prime Minister if it has to be done. I will volunteer my time, and would expect your contry to take care of myself with a small montly reimburstment of $800. We can create finally tuned firefighters to let this never hanppen again. I never served in the military but have worked for law enforcment, and workedas a Paramedic, I’m not affraid of smke jumping etc. I’m sure you have men that are expirts in those areas and I can only be an extra hand. I lost friends in a forest fire so I want to help until it’s all over. I also have minimum soldier training where I would be more than happy to addapt to your customs. Any wants crdentionls email me.

  20. PAPO says:

    Th whom this may concern, I would like to give you and your conuntry our condolenseces for these huge fires. Living in California we have conditions huge fire stomrs. But I would like to offer my service on a pro bono case for your fires. I work In califonria and became a Fire Figther 2 with California Forestry Fighter. I’m do at what I do, and to win those infernos will will have to teach propler techiniques to inmates that are good rewared to create fire lines, preventing the fire to spread. You still have to be carefull of animals that are on fire way past you sectioned out lanes. We have to do control burns that wby the time the inferno reaches there is nothing to burn. I am alos a an Emergengy Medical Techinician. please foward this e-mail to other Kermlin members and see if I could help your country. I awlso run heavy equipment, tractors, big rigs etc… Please send to the president and Prime Minister if it has to be done. I will volunteer my time, and would expect your contry to take care of myself with a small montly reimburstment of $800. We can create finally tuned firefighters to let this never hanppen again. I never served in the military but have worked for law enforcment, and workedas a Paramedic, I’m not affraid of smke jumping etc. I’m sure you have men that are expirts in those areas and I can only be an extra hand. I lost friends in a forest fire so I want to help until it’s all over. I also have minimum soldier training where I would be more than happy to addapt to your customs.

  21. Scarecrow says:

    Use spell check please.

  22. SSSR says:

    If you have a translator in your computer-http://www.vedomosti.ru/politics/news/2010/08/09/1077158

  23. are you kidding says:

    People really need to get off drugs its just smoke from a Forrest fire .

    • First says:

      “are you kidding”, are you silly boy? Even in the Moscow carbon monoxide exceed norm up to 10 times. And how about carcinogen PM10 which generally created during a burning process and includes fly ash? How about corpses that stored in a Moscow morgue in vertical position in this time because no more free refrigerating chambers? Shame on you!

  24. Andrasone-HUN says:

    The people destroy the nature, the climate (factories, cars…) and nothing is done for the Earth (or only minimally),…this humanity his suicide.

  25. Victor says:

    Like a “Silent Hill”!

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