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After the craze of watching the crazy Russians and their dashboard cams...I found this wonderful and refreshing to the generalisation of a nation.

 

It got me, on a deeper level (humanity), not ashamed to say. Simple but clear.

 

 

Wait a minute, what is this feeling.

 

tbh if they just didn't drive like mentalists all those old ladies wouldn't need help across the street :lol:

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after reading it I think I'm even more confused. From what I can gather, a guy didn't show up to an MMA fight, the announcer asked if anyone wants to step up, and a guy from the audience just took off his shirt, strapped on gloves and entered the ring. Only in Russia.

 

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After the craze of watching the crazy Russians and their dashboard cams...I found this wonderful and refreshing to the generalisation of a nation.

 

It got me, on a deeper level (humanity), not ashamed to say. Simple but clear.

 

 

Wait a minute, what is this feeling.

 

Russians are superhuman, one bloke pushing a car back with literally no effort then a car is stuck in the snow and someone lifts it up one their own to help get it out :lol:  :kasper:

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In the battle of man vs. bear, man has triumphed–well, sort of.

 

The Guardian reports that Yusuf Alchagirov, an 80-year-old Russian shepherd, was minding his own business in a raspberry field when he was attacked by a large, hungry bear. Rather than let the predator get the best of him, Alchagirov counter-attacked. Despite his age, the octogenarian managed to knock the bear off-balance with a flurry of kicks and headbutts.

 

Unfortunately, this beating failed to phase the furry attacker and the bear responded by knocking the shepherd off a nearby cliff.  According to the Guardian, Alchagirov was hospitalised with “bruises, bite wounds and four broken ribs,” but avoided a potentially lethal mauling.

 

Alchagirov may have survived his encounter, but experts  generally advise against fighting back during a bear attack. If you are approached aggressively by a brown bear — a common species of bear in the region — Mother Nature Network suggests playing dead as the bear is  ”likely trying to neutralize you as a threat.”

 

However, Alchagirov is positive that it’s his aggressiveness that saved his life. ”I got off easy. It would have killed me if I’d chickened out,” said the shepherd.

 

http://newsfeed.time.com/2013/11/01/80-year-old-man-survives-after-falling-off-a-cliff-while-fighting-a-bear/

 

 

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In the battle of man vs. bear, man has triumphed–well, sort of.

 

The Guardian reports that Yusuf Alchagirov, an 80-year-old Russian shepherd, was minding his own business in a raspberry field when he was attacked by a large, hungry bear. Rather than let the predator get the best of him, Alchagirov counter-attacked. Despite his age, the octogenarian managed to knock the bear off-balance with a flurry of kicks and headbutts.

 

Unfortunately, this beating failed to phase the furry attacker and the bear responded by knocking the shepherd off a nearby cliff.  According to the Guardian, Alchagirov was hospitalised with “bruises, bite wounds and four broken ribs,” but avoided a potentially lethal mauling.

 

Alchagirov may have survived his encounter, but experts  generally advise against fighting back during a bear attack. If you are approached aggressively by a brown bear — a common species of bear in the region — Mother Nature Network suggests playing dead as the bear is  ”likely trying to neutralize you as a threat.”

 

However, Alchagirov is positive that it’s his aggressiveness that saved his life. ”I got off easy. It would have killed me if I’d chickened out,” said the shepherd.

 

http://newsfeed.time.com/2013/11/01/80-year-old-man-survives-after-falling-off-a-cliff-while-fighting-a-bear/

 

 

:lol:

 

Flurry of kicks and headbutts  :lol:

 

Lucky man, nearly met a grizzly end.

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A spokesman for the Russian defence ministry told local newspaper Komsomolskaya Pravda that the hovercraft was on a tactical mission in an area owned by the military.

 

"Docking at the beach ... is a normal event," a spokesman was quoted as saying. "What people were doing at the beach on the territory of a military (base) is unclear."

 

However, the newspaper said the base the ministry was referring to was in Khmelevka, several kilometres away.

 

 

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