This is a story of Choomuhzeek (Chumazik, means "dirty guy" in Russian), it was a true hit in 2005 across Russian part of Internet. Thousands of pictures
appeared with him and populated all the forums, blogs and etc. The "Choomuhzeekh" is not the front guy, but a guy on the background.
After watching this video it is more easy to understand what was the Soviet Union. Different nations were united under one flag and one goal - achieving of the world reign of communism. All those nations studied Russian in school as the main language, in fact all the lesssons were in Russian only. All the govermental system was the same everywhere, in European regions where people look and live like in Western countries and in distant Eastern and Southern regions where people are got used to live like in Afghanistan or Turkey.
But this was all a one country with one people and one language and one capital - Moscow city. This video shows how Western culture can penetrate some not Western by geolocation regions of Russia. Actually this is Kazakhstan already, but former it was a part of USSR, and in modern Russian Federation there are some other regions looking like this. And by the way this video is 100% serious and was used for TV broadcasting across that region. I hope you enjoyed the video
This is a video of guy driving
110 mph across Moscow city
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.
The aim of these experiments was to see if they could sustain life within an organism while they separated various organs and parts of the animals from the animal as a whole. They even go so far as to prove that a dogs head
could be sustained separated from the body - so long as they pumped blood through the head. Gruesome stuff. NO wonder some people protest against animal testing. This is pretty awful to watch - but fascinating.