We had first Russian space pig a few day ago. Ok now it's turn for Russian space dogs. There were a lot of them. Before the first human has traveled to space and back there were twenty nine launches with dogs. Ten dogs died,
saving the life to the first human offering Russian space scientists invaluable data on how all the systems of the ship behave during the space flight, launch and its landing. Some dogs even had a few flights.
People say that some pictures from the past might be photoshoped. Yes it can be true. But what is the truth anyways? Was the "authentic" photos from times passed long time ago always authentic and true? Here are a few examples of how Soviet authorities "photoshopped" their photo-chronicles without even using this popular Adobe software. And the whole word got those
images as true and authentic. On the pic above you can see Stalin and co. going for the walk, on the image to the right there are four people and to the left.. three are left. And look how did they manage to recreate the background. This one, from the left part, was published officially. And the guy who is missing was executed.
It seems that today is Russian army day... No, it's tomorrow. Tomorrow, February 23rd - is officially celebrated all around Russia "Day of Russian Defender" or "Army Day" as it was called before. It is an official day-off for all governmental offices, banks, schools, universities etc. Many privately owned organizations also
don't work at this day. It's a tradition to make presents to Russian men from Russian women at this day. What do they celebrate? They celebrate glory of Russian army. Does America has such a holiday, eh? This video is also some kind of a present for this day from people collecting army videos.
These are works of Russian net-artist Mr.Evil. He often published his own view on different things in Russia, including these ads. A few days ago he was visited by people from Russian police. All his printed works were
confiscated and he was told not to leave the city or he would regret a lot. That's a real story of a real person, happening these days in Russia. The ad above is for Russian cloths brand "Extra".