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We have always kept our hands on the pulse of domestic youth in Twitter. How else would we have learned about young artists or happy drifters . This time our attention came to the teachers’ remarks, which were so good that they were simply destined to come into the public eye.

1 Perhaps even more confusing than the note itself is that it is written in the ‘What to do’ section.

2 One might think that flying a bra is not a physics.

3  “Writes text messages in a World History class, reads a literary book.” … In her literature, she read a book on world history.

4 Hairdressing skills also need to be developed at some point.

5 “Jump out the second floor window in Cabinet 29.” Worst of all, it wasn’t even a sport.

6 During the lessons, they talk and do not listen to the new place, as well as visit Internet websites without permission on the computer, which have nothing to do with the new subject and subject. Prevents the teacher from leading the lesson.

Finnish artist Īu Susiraja is dedicated to creating self-portraits. True, in this sense, ‘self-portrait’ is not quite the usual selfie – the Finn has shown that she stands above any complex.

1 Nothing prevented Susirai from attaching the meat to the table with a nail, as well as routinely putting tights on her chest or hanging a broom behind them.
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2 The images at the same time seem rather strange and exciting – perhaps, so they are difficult not to look at, which explains her growing popularity on the Internet.
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3 Most of the pictures were taken at home – without special costumes and special effects, but with a lot of originality. Also, post-processing is not used much in the images.
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4 The Finnish artist has been taking pictures for more than five years, so she can’t complain about her lack of experience.
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5 After all, would an inexperienced person be able to figure out the need to put two loaves of bread behind a hat and stand on the treadmill?
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On November 19, the world celebrates International ‘Toilet Day’. Skats.lv, of course, wonders how fast time passes, because there is a feeling that only yesterday we took off last year’s toilet day decorations in our homes. In honor of this event, we have decided to look at sadness and possibly a bit of melancholy coming in different countries of the world. After all, what happens in places in domestic public toilets is quite well absorbed in our visual memory and does not require a reminder.
Melancholic and depressed world toilets
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One of the biggest problems of traveling around China is discussed in a motorcyclists’ forum – public toilets, which often involve a shock for Europeans. They are without doors and often without walls. We would even like to call them drag toilets.
Ride Asia

Melancholic and depressed world toilets
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In Cambodia’s poor areas, nature’s treasures are returned directly to the river. As an advantage, we see here the opportunity to fish ‘during the process’.
SkippyG

Melancholic and depressed world toilets
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Although Japan is famous for its highly advanced and modern toilets, a blogger living there has revealed to the world that there are not always computerized toilets everywhere. For example, the ‘tuxedo’ in a Hiroshima high school is quite challenging for convenience lovers.
The Only Blonde in Osaka

Melancholic and depressed world toilets
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In Tibet, the key is simplicity – no partitions, no extra conveniences.
Bob Witlox

Melancholic and depressed world toilets
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Travel bloggers ‘Backpackies’ have also produced visual material that will be useful for those who travel in most Asian countries – they point out that this is a scenario to keep in mind if the nights are not spent in fine hotels.
Backpackies

Melancholic and depressed world toilets
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Meanwhile, blogger Laura Hii has expressed reserved enthusiasm for the public toilet in the Malaysian city of Sarikei.
Laurahii

Melancholic and depressed world toilets
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This is what the toilet looks like, which the author describes as an ‘incredibly clean Thai public transport toilet’. Unable to understand whether it is necessary to sit, sit or perform any other acrobatic activity on it, Skats.lv assumes that it is simply intended for creative people.

On November 19, the world celebrates International ‘Toilet Day’. Skats.lv, of course, wonders how fast time passes, because there is a feeling that only yesterday we took off last year’s toilet day decorations in our homes. In honor of this event, we have decided to look at sadness and possibly a bit of melancholy coming in different countries of the world. After all, what happens in places in domestic public toilets is quite well absorbed in our visual memory and does not require a reminder.
Melancholic and depressed world toilets
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One of the biggest problems of traveling around China is discussed in a motorcyclists’ forum – public toilets, which often involve a shock for Europeans. They are without doors and often without walls. We would even like to call them drag toilets.
Ride Asia

Melancholic and depressed world toilets
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In Cambodia’s poor areas, nature’s treasures are returned directly to the river. As an advantage, we see here the opportunity to fish ‘during the process’.
SkippyG

Melancholic and depressed world toilets
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Although Japan is famous for its highly advanced and modern toilets, a blogger living there has revealed to the world that there are not always computerized toilets everywhere. For example, the ‘tuxedo’ in a Hiroshima high school is quite challenging for convenience lovers.
The Only Blonde in Osaka

Melancholic and depressed world toilets
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In Tibet, the key is simplicity – no partitions, no extra conveniences.
Bob Witlox

Melancholic and depressed world toilets
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Travel bloggers ‘Backpackies’ have also produced visual material that will be useful for those who travel in most Asian countries – they point out that this is a scenario to keep in mind if the nights are not spent in fine hotels.
Backpackies

Melancholic and depressed world toilets
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Meanwhile, blogger Laura Hii has expressed reserved enthusiasm for the public toilet in the Malaysian city of Sarikei.
Laurahii

Melancholic and depressed world toilets
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This is what the toilet looks like, which the author describes as an ‘incredibly clean Thai public transport toilet’. Unable to understand whether it is necessary to sit, sit or perform any other acrobatic activity on it, Skats.lv assumes that it is simply intended for creative people.
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If the police are unable to catch a bandit, maniac or pedophile, they turn to the public by drawing a photo of the suspect. But what if no one in the police can draw? Then the bandit continues to do his perilous work without any problems, but the police drawings become an Internet hit.
How to catch a maniac if no one in the police can draw?
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Here you can see how the police-led and the man differ in reality. It turns out that he does not have such a thick mustache, he does not have eyebrows and he does not wear a stylish hat with the inscription A.

How to catch a maniac if no one in the police can draw?
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The man was searched for by the US police in connection with “inappropriate comments and gestures against the woman during the morning run”. Only his age is very difficult to determine. And also sex.

How to catch a maniac if no one in the police can draw?
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This is a very detailed portrait of a Delaware criminal. It is not possible to understand whether he has a scarf wrapped around his neck or a man with pigs.

How to catch a maniac if no one in the police can draw?
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It is said that the police managed to catch the robber of these banks after this drawing. You really can’t understand how they got it ready. Most likely, the man opened his mouth …
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How to catch a maniac if no one in the police can draw?
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It is to be hoped that this criminal is not a traveler of time, as he is more reminiscent of a two-century-old aristocrat.

How to catch a maniac if no one in the police can draw?
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This car thief resembles a humanoid, but he could most likely be caught after an unstylish hairstyle.

How to catch a maniac if no one in the police can draw?
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This man is suspected of murder. He may have killed an animal and then placed it on his head.

How to catch a maniac if no one in the police can draw?
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Apparently, this bandit was only looking sideways at the time of the crime.
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How to catch a maniac if no one in the police can draw?
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It is to be hoped that when drawing this criminal, the policeman wanted to shade the shadows in style, and not just a werewolf wandering among us.

How to catch a maniac if no one in the police can draw?
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If someone hopes to catch this criminal by his expressive eyes, it will not be easy to do so.

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And another proof that there is at least one percent visual coincidence in police drawings.

In the Tiananmen Mountains in China, after a 32-year hiatus, one of the rarest mammals on the planet, Ili pika or Ochotona iliensis, which is sometimes called the “magic rabbit”, has been spotted again.
Beautiful ‘magic rabbit’ seen again in China after a 32-year hiatus
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A representative of this biological species was first seen in 1983 by nature conservationist Li Veidun, and at that time the discovery of this beauty caused a large-scale sensation.
Li Weidong

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And this time, too, the animal was photographed by Veidun, but it is no longer a coincidence, because he has spent all these years searching for the “magic rabbit”.
Li Weidong

Beautiful ‘magic rabbit’ seen again in China after a 32-year hiatus
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According to foreign media reports, it is estimated that the population of “magic rabbits” has decreased by 70 percent during these 22 years.
Li Weidong

Beautiful ‘magic rabbit’ seen again in China after a 32-year hiatus
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Experts have estimated that the Ili peak is even more likely to become extinct than pandas, and both species are listed in the Red Data Book.
Li Weidong

Beautiful ‘magic rabbit’ seen again in China after a 32-year hiatus
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Ili Pika resides only in the Tiananmen Mountains in Xinjiang Province in northwestern China.
Li Weidong

Beautiful ‘magic rabbit’ seen again in China after a 32-year hiatus
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The body length of this animal reaches 20 centimeters and it is a herbivore, but it is also almost everything that specialists know about this so evasive and mysterious mammal.
Li Weidong

Selfie has spread to the whole world, including Russia. Taking into account the fact that the photo coveted by many selfie lovers ended in injury or death, the Russian Ministry of the Interior has launched the ‘Bessaphones’ campaign, in which pictorial reminders of the most dangerous ways of taking selfies.
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“When a person tries to photograph himself, he has distracted attention, loses balance, he does not look to the sides and does not feel danger. When taking a selfie, make sure that you are in a safe place and that nothing threatens your life, ”the Ministry of the Interior warns selfie lovers.
Ministries of the Russian Federation

In Russia, the disease has begun to be fought at the level of the ministry
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Apparently there are people living in Russia hanging out the car window to take a picture of them hanging out the car window.
Ministries of the Russian Federation

In Russia, the disease has begun to be fought at the level of the ministry
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It is also forbidden to take selfies on a one-way road, as it may be left without a good picture.
Ministries of the Russian Federation

In Russia, the disease has begun to be fought at the level of the ministry
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Mentioning a teenager from the Ryazan area, others should not take selfies near trains.
Ministries of the Russian Federation

In Russia, the disease has begun to be fought at the level of the ministry
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It is also not recommended to try to take selfies on the water, because due to balance, not a very successful shot can be obtained.
Ministries of the Russian Federation

In Russia, the disease has begun to be fought at the level of the ministry
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Although the picture shows a rather cute tiger, it turns out that selfies with beasts are not the best idea either.
Ministries of the Russian Federation

In Russia, the disease has begun to be fought at the level of the ministry
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And again a reminder about trains – this time electric trains.
Ministries of the Russian Federation

In Russia, the disease has begun to be fought at the level of the ministry
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It is not recommended to pick up selfies on the roofs of houses, even if there is an antenna to stick to.
Ministries of the Russian Federation

In Russia, the disease has begun to be fought at the level of the ministry
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This is definitely a widespread way of taking selfies, but remember which hand is holding the phone and which is the strings.
Ministries of the Russian Federation

In Russia, the disease has begun to be fought at the level of the ministry
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It is definitely a silly idea to take selfies when climbing high voltage networks. Instead, it’s better to step up and look for a safer place.
Ministries of the Russian Federation

In Russia, the disease has begun to be fought at the level of the ministry
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But the biggest parade can happen if you climb stairs or up a hill. A selfie taken at this point threatens to fall out of the hands of the device.
Ministries of the Russian Federation

Entertainment Cinema
The film industry has always followed the production of films on topics that are closest to people. Of course, in the daily threat of hacker attacks, this topic must also continue its triumphant march on the cinema agenda. Already on January 23, expecting the 21st century hacking film ‘Blackhat’ on the screens, the representative of ‘kinoblogeri.lv’ Sergejs Timoņins named the six best films about hackers on the Skats.lv portal.
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‘Hackers’ (1995): The movie that started it all. Angelina Jolie’s ex-husband (one of them all), Johnny Lee Miller, known as Sherlock of ‘Elementary’ and Doctor and Frankenstein of the Danny Boyle Theater, is the world’s best hacker to save the world from a horrific computer virus. Banal, predictable and nowadays also very funny. This is also the cult film of our youth – when hackers were intriguing and stylish, not evil and dangerous – with the golden youth of Hollywood at that time and the insane energy inherent in it. The film also includes countless references to the father of the genre, William Gibson, as well as a still fantastic soundtrack. With a little shame, we have to admit that we love.
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‘Johnny Mnemonic’ (1995): We continue with Kian, who in this funny but nostalgic vision of our possible (in fact – completely impossible) future, in which the future Neo first embraces virtual reality. Of course, it is not Kianu alone – Dean Meijer, Ice-T, Henry Rollins, Udo Cyrus, Dolf Lundgren as a post-apocalyptic pastor and even Takeshi Kitano (!) Are featured in this film. Its screenplay was written by William Gibson, the father of the ‘cyberpunk’ genre. Cult what a cult – what else does it add! Sadly, Gibson’s ‘Neuromancer’ wasn’t filmed either – there would be the author of the megafilm ‘Torque’ and Twitter joker Joseph Kahn at the wheel.
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‘The Matrix’ (1999): Everyone knows what it is, but does everyone know what it could have been? It is a well-known fact that we successfully avoided Will Smith in the lead role (with the inevitable ‘reps’ song on the track’ Hackin ‘Big Willie style’), but did you know that the role of Neo was abandoned by Nicholas Cage? That would be the Matrix! A book can be written about the metamorphoses of the film both before and during its filming (which, in fact, has already been done), but most importantly, it did not simply succeed, but defined the language of cinema of the last century and the whole millennium and beyond. The sequels (basically – like all the future Vachowski filmography) were mostly disappointing, but I recommend giving them a second chance – you will be surprised, because at the technical level they are still excellent. But content is already a matter of taste.
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The six best movies about hackers

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‘Swordfish’ (2001): Probably the closest to today’s topic of ‘hacker’ cinema (even their names compete with their inconsistency with what’s happening on screen), Matrix ‘current’ bullet time ‘in its highest degree, good and bad terrorists, Paul Oakenfold soundtrack and John Travolta with a funny hairstyle! As well as the harshest stress test seen in the cinema and two million US dollars in additional (!) Royalties for Halle Beria – one for each breast, and that’s no joke.
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‘Blackhat’ (2015): This time the topic was addressed by Michael Mann (‘Heat’, ‘Collateral’), Hollywood’s leading expert on hard men and decisions, who decided to be the first to look at this 21st century disease – cyber terrorists. Moreover, as once through the prism of terrorism, not romance (khm, ‘Hackers’). We are faced with large-scale shootings, chasing across continents, the hacker God Chris Hemsworth (‘I trained in prison’, yes) and perhaps the most realistic hacking scenes seen in a Hollywood movie to date – all in the usual Michael Mann, who films the same story with minor variations) in the film about people-gears, people with missions and their inevitable collision at a time when, as the old, good Joker said, ‘immovable object meets an unstoppable force.’ This film will be screened on January 23,In the screening organized by Kinoblogeri.lv already on the 22nd date.

The world of gambling had to deal with a lot right from the very beginning, and scams are a part of the same. Despite strict regulations and various other measures, scams have existed and have also been successful in leaving casinos in a bad position. But if one has to look into how common these scams are, things take a different turn. According to the latest information, the rates of ‘game abuse’ are dropping, and a number of reasons can be associated with the same. While it still occurs, it is not as common as it used to be.

Exactly 85 years ago, on March 13, 1930, the discovery of a new planet was officially announced, and it was soon named Pluto. However, a tragedy occurred in 2006 and Pluto was deprived of planetary status. Now it is just a dwarf planet with perhaps the saddest fate in the history of astronomy.
Pluto – the celestial body with the saddest fate
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At the beginning of the 20th century, the American astronomer Persivals Louels was convinced of the existence of the ninth planet in the solar system, but could not prove it. However, suspicion existed for many years, during which time the potential celestial body was called Planet-X.
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Pluto was discovered by Clyde Tombo, a 23-year-old American, only on February 18, 1930, but March 13 was considered the official opening time when Tombo telegraphed his discovery to the Harvard College Observatory.
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The right to give a name to the new celestial body belonged to the Louela Observatory. Suggestions began to come from all over the world, and Louela’s widow Constance was the most active – she offered the names Zeus, Persivals and Constance, but these proposals were not supported.
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The name Pluto was first proposed by 11-year-old schoolgirl Venis Childney of Oxford, who was fascinated not only with astronomy but also with ancient mythology, and thought that the Roman version of the Greek god of the underground kingdom, Pluto, would be as far and dark as the new planet.
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For many years, Pluto was the ninth planet in the solar system, but at the end of the twentieth century, various other celestial bodies began to be discovered, including those larger than Pluto. On August 24, 2006, the International Union of Astronomers coined the term “planet” and Pluto ceased to belong to it – along with Erid and Cerer, it was placed in the category of dwarf planets, obtaining the banal serial number 134340.
Vida Press

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Today, scientists have discovered other celestial bodies, and it has been hypothesized that there could be more than eight planets in the solar system, one of which is Xena. For the time being, the Earth is also considered a planet.
Vida Press

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By the way, March 13 is in any case an important date in the history of astronomy, because on March 13, 1781, the English astronomer William Herschel discovered Uranus. It was the first planet to be discovered by telescope, the first time since ancient times that the solar system has been expanded in the eyes of humans.
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