In Soviet Russia... Well, in Soviet Russia the state tried to control everything and such things like music people were listening or the cloths people were wearing was under strict regulation. School children in every Soviet school had to wear uniforms and were obliged to buy it each year. There were no single school where kids were dressed in color nice cloths - everyone was wearing the one and only styled form in Russia at
that time. Same story was on the streets. If the police have spotted someone looking weird he could be easily taken to psychiatric clinic and treated there with severe mind altering stuff. Still, some, especially closer to the times when the Soviet Union ceased to exist started breaking this barrier and their extraordinary looks shocked people. Here are some of the photos from that times.
This Russian guy was driving 100 mp/h (around 160 km/h) across the Moscow city late at night and was stopped by road patrol. First he tried to bribe the policemen and get away with that speeding, but for some reason they refused. "Ok", said the driver guy, "Then I would sue you for beating me!". "Beating you?", asked the road cop in surprise. "Yes, yes",
was the answer from the backseat of police car, and then... he starting punching himself violently in his face. The cop looked at this for a few seconds and then said the phrase which revealed why they were so precautios and also calmed down the driver a lot: "You are on the camera boy." FAIL. The footage itself is below.
Today we have two pretty cool videos from Russia. First one (above) was made by surveylance cam and shows how guys from the SUV car forced the guy on Honda to pull over to the sideway because it looks like he got to close to them. They were pretty rude with him and then the brave blonde came into play. The
second video is about Russian policeman. He forced his children from an early age to do things like: walk on broken glass, cut hands with knives and more more more. In Russia he was not sued for this, on contrary he became a sort of star. Watch those crazy things his daughters do.
How about paying a visit to Russian Space exploration museum? If it seems like a good idea then come inside for it. The Yuri Gagarin greats your in the hall and invites to see seventy more photos of what inside. This is the
world's first biological satellite, in which Russian dog "Laika" has made its first flight in 1957. It's of actual size on display. And here her colleague "Belka". And Belka's partner "Strelka".