This is another old Russian woman She tells us how is hard to log in to ICQ when the password is wrong. Also she knows about the current origin
of ICQ, the AOL corporation and tells it to fix the software. Her gesture in the end of the video is also addressed to AOL.
Here is a little video clip about how a few guys looking like Orthodox
Jewish people jeer at a Russian guy. I better won't comment such.
A Russian photographer Dmitriy Konstantinov has made a photo of a very strange cat. It's not a computer animation or photoshop, it's a real cat and a real
girl. He was preparing to make photos of this girl, model, but decided to make some photos of the cat first, and what he made astonished him.
Many USA ecommerce shops don’t send their goods to Russia or to the countries of the Ex-USSR. Some shops send but delivery costs differ greatly from the homeland ones, they are usually much bigger. So what did some Russians invented? They got a way to fool the delivery. It’s no secret that many bigger shops use electronic systems processing orders. So in order to see if this address is in USA or Canada it uses ZIP code, state or province name and words “USA” or “CANADA”. So what was possible to do is to put totally Russian address in the order delivery form,
like: Moscow, Lenin St. 20, Russia in the address fields, usually there is a plenty of space to enter long things like this, and in the field country they put Canada in the field ZIP code – Canadian zip code. What happens next? The parcel travels to Canada, to the area to which the specified ZIP code belongs and there postal workers just see it’s not a Canadian address but Russian. They consider it to be some sort of mistake and forward it further, to Russia. Here is a sample parcel that a guy in Russia got this way: