This video footage is a social ad being aired in Russia. It's main idea that Internet helps unwanted entities to affect one's children. All the incoming heroes of the video ask if the woman's children are at home, and the come inside visiting them, except the last man. He asks "Is your small Anny at home?", then Anny appears with a bunny and he wonders "If that's your little bunny?", Anny nods, and then he says "Come on I'll show
you the real bunny" and they leave together. Then man's voice asks "In real life you could protect your children, why don't you want to do this on Internet?". They say the video might prepare masses for some censorship measures. Who knows, but the video itself seems to be kind of controversial. Update: And this is the version from Ukraine, devoted to the same task of privacy protection:
This cat begging money was spotted in one of the cities of Belarus. He stays on one place with a note that reads "need money for meat and fish, bless you". He doesn't leave his place and protects the money just with his sight. His owner was found
nearby. It was an old lady. She told the story that she had rescued the cat from the slaughters, but at that time she had already owned some pets and couldn't feed them all, so he decided to let the pets earn the money for themselves.
Not many know, but Russian engineers have constructed the mobile nuclear power plants that were sucessfully used in distant parts of Russia. Those were small sized self moving fully functional atomic power
plants with a small reactor inside. Just imagine, small nuclear power plants that could reach the destination points by themselves. There were two basic models - tracked and on regular wheels.