8 Russian course

Russian course

Short Russian course,
seems to be funny.
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3 Moscow fashion week, some photos

Moscow fashion week, some photos

These are some nice photos from one of the
fashion shows in Moscow in August 2006
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home delivery at its best
2 Home delivery: truck smashes into wooden house

Home delivery: truck smashes into wooden house

This incident happened in August, 2006 at Beloye village in Kursk region. A giant truck smashed into a
wooden house at night. That was a real shock for house owner and his family. Just imagine.
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8 What happens if concrete mixer vehicle smashes into office room

What happens if concrete mixer vehicle smashes into office room

What happens if concrete mixer vehicle
smashes into office room: 
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7 Inflatable S-300 air defense system

Inflatable S-300 air defense system

The S-300PMU [SA-10 land-based, SA-N-6 naval version] surface-to-air missile system is able to engage a number of targets simultaneously, countering intensive aircraft raids at low-to-high altitude. The SA-10 offers significant advantages over older strategic surface-to-air missile systems, including multitarget handling and engagement characteristics, a capability against low altitude targets with small radar
cross-sections such as cruise missiles, a capability against tactical ballistic missiles, and possibly a potential to intercept some types of strategic ballistic missiles. It was Russia's best system in this class. Real threat to enemy planes and ballistic missiles. Costs hundres thousands dollars each. And now a budget version - inflatable. First check the real thing:
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5 Stolen wheels

Stolen wheels

You probably remember this article, there was a large gallery (more than 40 photos) of top cars (mostly worth over $150,000 each) captured on the streets of Moscow, sometimes covered with
snow. Here is another one. The guy probably left his Mercedes SL 600 AMG unattended and less fortunate citizens borrowed his AMG top class wheels (probably worth $2000 each).  
4 Russian road patrol policeman gets sodomized (video)

Russian road patrol policeman gets sodomized (video)

Short amateur feature clip depicting the humiliation on a road patrol police guy. In Russia road patrols are very easy to bribe, a person might never in his all life
pay the road tickets in the bank - all the "situations" are resolved right on site with the help of a few bills. Probably this is a reason for such videos.
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2 5 tons of asfalt were dumped on a car

5 tons of asfalt were dumped on a car

Construction workers can't explain how it's happened that 5 tons of hot asfalt was dumped on the
passenger car parked nearby. Probably the mistake of the driver or fault of the equipment...
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9 Russian bears stop cars and demand food (photo)

Russian bears stop cars and demand food (photo)

While a trip across Russian countryside a few bears appeared on the road. The cars pulled to the roadside and started watching what is going to happen. Bears approached the cars and demanded
some food. The orange bus driver was the bravest. He has shared his snacks with forest robbers. After he did this they started eating and people could continue their trip.
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14 Bentley in snow

Bentley in snow

People in Russia who became rich very fast ready to spend hundreds of thousands dollars on the top luxury cars. Moscow is the most populated with expensive cars city in Europe. You can meet them practically on every corner of Moscow downtown. Visitors from Europe say that Moscow is the only city in Europe where you can meet two or three cars worth of more than $200k each at once in one street or standing at one
traffic light. Probably it reminds Arabian countries, where sheikhs love expensive cars also. One difference is that in Moscow the most expensive cars in the world are surrounded by a huge Russia itself, where the average salary of a school teacher is around $1200 a year. That's not a typo, an average school teacher in countryside gets paid not more than $100-$150 per month.
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