0 English Russia Daily Report #5 [cats, Putin, drones, sofas, all things weird]

English Russia Daily Report #5 [cats, Putin, drones, sofas, all things weird]

Posted on April 2, 2018 by tim


So this is the fifth edition of our “English Russia daily report” series of postings. We collect best stuff we see all the day and compile them in one posting here on our website. Let’s check out what we’ve got here today.

For starters here is the funny cat pic for you:


Translation: “there is a video surveillance in the store”.

And now something else. Post of Russia today gathered journalists, announced they are going to ship parcels with drones, started showing how it would look like in practice, invited the governor and their CEO for a demonstration. Then this happened:

Basically we have a whole posting today (link here) about this incident with more photos. But someone worked on the video and made this plot-twist version of it:

Now it looks like a kamikaze drone. Or is it a record-time delivery? Anyways if you are interested in checking more photos, there is a link above.


Talking about the drones, here is a posting we had today about the newest Russian anti-drone guns. You can read it here. This photo by the way can be also used for something like “How Russian girls catch Russian men” if we didn’t know it’s an anti-drone gun she is holding firmly.

Talking about guns and police, remember we had a photo of new Russian police anti-riot bus? Here is yesterdays shot:


Now we’ve got couple more fresh shots of the thing on the streets:

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Check it out. A true portable road barricade. And take a note – those stop signs have English language on them – probably for meeting crowds of angry British football fans this summer at the Football Cup in Russia? And maybe some other countries would be interested in getting one of those too?

Ok, moving on and here is an example when the riot police might be pretty much handy:

According to the story two lads came to a repair shop to pick up their cell phone after repairs. However the price was different to what they expected and it all escalated very quickly. The girl instead of calling police was calmly filming all the process, probably for our viewing pleasure.

And remember there was a book (and the movie) “Devil wears Prada”?

Now in Russia we have a “Devil drives a Lada” version of this title. Can he be a former Sukhoi pilot? If you wonder where it’s happening it’s in Los Santos county.

You see pic down there:


You might think it’s a photoshop but it is not. It’s an actual creepy abandoned Soviet village on the beach. You can read more about it here.

Also talking about reading more, here is one more pic:


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