Who is this weird-looking man on the picture? Why he has such a funny beard and glasses? What is he doing in this article, on the very main page and how does it connected with Russia?
And more importantly, what’s wrong with this vest of his and why the hell he needs so many pockets on it? Fishing all the secrets out.
Most likely you have already heard from somewhere that there is such a person in Russia as Anatoliy Wasserman. He is very famous all round Russia because he is a participant and longstanding winner of a quite popular TV mind game which is called “Svoya Igra”. The game is a counterpart of American TV-game “Jeopardy”.
There are lots of rumors and facts circulating all over Russian internet about this man. For an instance, they say that Onotole (that’s how Russian bloggers community call him) is a convinced atheist. Or that he doesn’t shave his beard since 25 November, 1985. During intensive TV mind games Anatoliy eats a lot of chocolate to maintain his response rate. Sometimes he drinks alcohol after the games to calm his tensions. Also, he is 56-year virgin. At the age of 17 he has given a vow of chastity. When someone asks him why does he keep his vow still, Anatoliy answers that he never breaks his promises.
And the most interesting thing in this guy, of course besides his beard, is his vest. It has 26 pockets and weights 7 kilograms (~16 pounds). But what does Wasserman has in all of these pockets? Someone guesses that there are even oil or gold in them. Someone tells that the vest is a source of his mind power, and that Anatoliy keeps rest of his brain there, because it’s so big that it can’t be placed in the head entirely.
So, one of the Russian magazines conducted a study and decided to fish all the truth out about the pockets of its editor.