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Posts published in “Day: October 8, 2009”

In Moscow Russia: Something Strange in the Sky!

This video is all over the news today in Russia. It is really strange and no one is positive about what caused it. The video was taken by a cell phone camera. Looks like something from the X-Files… Windows to Russia!comments always welcome.

Georgian Dzhemal Tkeshelashvili can Explode a Hot Water Bottle With His Nose!

Now this guy has some lungs: It took Dzhemal Tkeshelashvili a few seconds to tear three hot water bottles, which he had inflated with his nose. The young Georgian judoka hopes that this skill will put him in the Guinness Book of Records. (Link) He better hope he never inhales through his nose doing that. He will look like that…

In Russia: You Can Lie To Keep Out of Jail or You Cannot Commit Perjury!

Russia’s Supreme Court has ruled that a suspected criminal can deliberately lie to prosecutors and court without fear of being punished for it. What do you think about that tidbit of information? Take a look at this Russia Today article that tells you about – The Russian Constitution allows a suspect to use any means to defend himself, unless they…

Windows to Russia!

Ok – So I am crazy and a little bit nuts. But I had to do the switch. I had to put “Windows to Russia” on her own new name domain and make the title match the domain. Why! You ask? I really am not sure… But it was something I had to do and I hope that it recovers…

Russia’s Medvedev Says He Will Keep On Blogging!

Dmitry Medvdev: “It has been a year since I started my video blog, in the spring it became part of LiveJournal. It’s a significant period of time, so it would be good to summarize some things. Of course, for me it is a necessary litmus test of communication. A litmus test that helps me receive important information, in order to…


The most difficult thing is the decision to act, the rest is merely tenacity. The fears are paper tigers. You can do anything you decide to do.
You can act to change and control your life; and the procedure, the process is its own reward. - Amelia Earhart