Photo shoot of a newborn rabbit

Original taken from b_picture to watch the gap of millimetr: photo shoot of a newborn rabbit

Photographer Ashraful Arefin decided to capture the short time until one of his Pets is very small. He has two rabbit, which perfectly get along with each other. After watching the Internet photo shoots with newborn children, Ashraful decided to try to do the same thing with rabbit in the title role. It turned out very touching.


Осторожно, разрыв мимиметра: фотосессия новорожденного кролика
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Russian “Horror of depths”

Lgoverns best friends of Russia are growing. Tremble, villains!


Original taken from marafonec in Russian “Horror of depths”

The collapse of the Internet is expected seven years

Original taken from dmgusev in the Collapse of the Internet is expected seven years

Comfortable life related to the development of the Internet may soon come to an end. The bandwidth of communication channels in the coming years will no longer deal with the growing need of the population of the planet in quick information, scientists warn. There is a possibility that fiber optic cables will not withstand the load on the network.



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Triplets as a gift from rescued cats. Amazing story

Original taken from lider99 in Triplets as a gift from rescued cats. Amazing story


Dasha Mosunova is a journalist, children’s writer, President of the Krasnoyarsk charity Fund “Triplets”. And mother of many children, she has four children. Although at one time even hopes, that she will give birth to, was ten years moved with her husband to the doctors – to no avail.
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Roskomnadzor: the use of tools to bypass website blocks is not a violation of the law


Vadim Ampelonskiy. Photo: Komsomolskaya Pravda
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And I know this country, comrade Gref. It was the Soviet Union.

German Gref: “I am in favour of liberal Economics, because I don’t know a single non-liberal countries in the world, whose economy is growing”


Here, look at the schedule:

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And I know this country, comrade Gref. It was the Soviet Union.

German Gref: “I am in favour of liberal Economics, because I don’t know a single non-liberal countries in the world, whose economy is growing”


Here, look at the schedule:

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And I know this country, comrade Gref. It was the Soviet Union.

German Gref: “I am in favour of liberal Economics, because I don’t know a single non-liberal countries in the world, whose economy is growing”


Here, look at the schedule:

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The deficit as an economic engine

Originally posted by historian30h at the Deficit as an economic engine

When I raised the conversation about the deficit in the USSR, I told readers that this was a conscious policy to demand ahead of supply. Thus, Soviet production was lost headache sales and address the needs of low-paid employees on a more equitable basis. Was it intentional from the beginning of industrialization, so I knew about this even in relation to the early 1930s, It was explained, it was clear to everyone, was the public consensus. Like, I’ll stand in line, but this product will be available to me. Readers didn’t believe, but I was too lazy to look.


Now climbed in Stalinist textbooks to all these revisionists – Belevtsev to throw it in the dustbin of history, and found this snippet:
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