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  1. I heard in Poland there are very high police mandates prizes for not wearing a mask.
  2. Poker Face like in Lady Gaga song.
  3. Let me guess toxic waste radiated water burned their throughts? Yeah life is cruel. More like people who built Chernobyl USSR soldiers. Let's hope CCP won't follow such USSR steps.
  4. I want to see green dog with Ancient Rome helmet like in Looney Tunes. Purple dogs like Courage the Cowardly Dog or brown like Scooby-Doo,White like Brian from Family Guy. By the way where's Hazmet Suit that this guy isn't wearing?
  5. A tourist who went to the lake in the village of Kunming in China made an unusual discovery. She saw a carp in the water that appeared to have a human face. The fish recording became a hit on the net. The woman was delighted to see the fish. The carp's head resembled a human face. A tourist shared a recording of the fish on social media. Internet users also noticed the resemblance of fish to humans. "Anyone dare to eat it?" - wrote one of the commenters. "Carps with a human face" had previously been seen in Taiwan and the UK. In 2010, a 44-year-old Briton noticed that a carp he had bought five months earlier had started to have facial features similar to those of a human being. 40,000 pounds. This reminds me of Sega Dreamcast game Seaman. Seaman is a virtual pet video game for the Sega Dreamcast. It is one of the few Dreamcast games to take advantage of the microphone attachment. The game was released multiple times including a limited edition version titled Christmas Seaman that was released in Japan in 1999, alongside a limited edition red Dreamcast and a PlayStation 2 version in 2001, titled Seaman: Kindan no Pet - Gaze Hakushi no Jikken Shima the first edition of which came with a microphone. A PC version for Microsoft Windows was planned, with the Seaman being able to interact with the user's applications. No release date was specified, and it was later canceled. A sequel called Seaman 2 was released in Japan for the PlayStation 2 in 2007.
  6. gamerz31w

    Black Volga

    Black Volga - an urban legend spread in Poland, mainly in the 1960s and 1970s, about a black Volga limousine running around the city, which allegedly kidnapped children. According to some versions, the black Volga had white curtains on the windows, others mentioned white tires or the absence of license plates. It was supposed to be ridden by priests or nuns, Jews, SB agents, communists from the GDR, or the Russian mafia, possibly vampires or satanists. The car was supposed to circulate on the roads after dark, and its driver to kidnap children and bleed their blood as medicine for wealthy Germans dying of leukemia. The history of the Black Volga River returned in a changed version at the turn of the 20th and 21st centuries. In this variant of the story, the mysterious individual was to travel in a black BMW (sometimes with horns instead of side mirrors and / or with a registration consisting of three sixes). Drug dealers or Satan himself were also supposed to drive the car. Rumors about a driving black BMW Satan, who asked the people he encountered for an hour and then killed them, sparked a panic attack in Ostrów Wielkopolski. In Siedlce, however, there was talk of a person who allegedly - driving a black BMW - killed only girls, and in Toruń about a refugee who was supposed to pull a child out of a pram.
  7. All this happened in the shadow of the ancient castle tower and it seems that without this building what happened could not have happened. Indirectly, the existence of the bollard was the cause of shedding tears, be it by imprisoned Dobiesława, a princess turned into a duck, or finally by a mother mourning her tragically deceased son. This reminds me of Warner Bros. The Swan Princess.
  8. Architectural relics of the castle which once served as a defensive bishops’ residence and an administrative centre, combined with original archaeological build-ups are of immense educational and scientific value. Location and description The structure is located on a hill overlooking the city, at a location of a defensive nature. The hill is toped with the ruins of the high castle (upper castle), whereas the relics of the low castle (ward) are situated to the north of it. The upper castle, surrounded by a wall and a moat, was built on a floor plan that approximates the shape of a triangle, using the natural landforms. A cylindrical tower, which is the most distinctive feature of the structure, is located in its eastern corner. The structural walls of the upper castle and some fortifications (including roundels in the western part and the north-eastern part of the complex) have been preserved. The upper castle had the most important rooms: for household activities and of an administrative nature on the ground floor and of a residential and representative nature on the first floor. The low castle served as the seat of a castle starost and dwellings for officials and servants. The structure was splendidly equipped and well armed, which we learn from the inventory, i.e., the records on the surveys carried out in different periods. Limestone used in the construction of the castle was extracted from the immediate vicinity thereof, also while digging the moat and foundation ditches. Archaeological build-ups in the area of the complex allow archaeologists to gain new insights into the layout and functioning of the castle in particular periods. Some of the rooms are covered with rubble. History The origins of the castle are linked to Bishop Jan Grot, who was an influential politician and political opponent of King Casimir the Great. The bishop contributed to the construction of many buildings, mostly religious buildings, including the Wawel Cathedral. The oldest sections of the castle were built before 1334. These were the tower, fortifications with a gate and the so-called ‘large house’. In the second half of the 14th century the structure was extended by Bishop Florian of Mokrsko The late 14th century and early 15th century saw the construction of an entrance tower and a stone bridge leading to the castle. Around 1550 attics and roundel-type fortifications were annexed. In the late 16th century and the early 17th century the shape and interior of the structure were modified, creating a Renaissance residence. In 1655, the castle was destroyed by the Swedes, then reconstructed by Bishop Andrzej Trzebicki in 1670. Although in the 18th century successive bishops carried out ad-hoc renovations, the castle nevertheless fell into ruin. In 1789, the state acquired the ownership of the castle. The inventory which was drawn up at that time described the very poor condition of the structure, and at the same time is a testimony its former grandeur. During the partitions of Poland the interior of the castle used for military purposes, including as a field hospital. The structure was destroyed in a fire, which was caused most likely during a dancing party organised by local people. The remaining walls were gradually demolished in order to obtain building materials to build a Faience manufactory in Iłża, among others. Condition and results of archaeological research The purpose of the investigations conducted by researchers from the Wrocław University of Technology (Professor Stanisław Medeksza, Andrzej Kudła, Professor Jerzy Rozpędowski) in the 1970s was to obtain data for the project aimed at securing the castle ruins. The work was focused on the area of the low castle, which revealed, including, but not limited to, relics of defensive devices such as a bastion and a cannon outpost, and buildings: the former starost’s office, kitchen, stable and structure construed as a smokehouse. Excavations of the site also unearthed an impressive number of movable monuments, giving an idea of what the fittings of the castle and the everyday life of its inhabitants might have looked like. The monuments included several thousand of fragments of ceramic vessels and stove tiles and metal objects, including knives, spurs, window fittings and horseshoes. Fragments of stained glass rings inscribed with the insignia of the Bishops of Kraków from 1646 which were found there are of great value to archaeologists. The investigation undertaken by Zbigniew Lechowicz, PhD, in 2009 embraced the southern part of the upper castle. It revealed four rooms which were identified as described in the inventory of 1644: “shop where the starost hides things” (where shop is understood as a basement), “second shop”, “large well built of hewn stone” and “tar-works where tar is stored”. Additionally, researchers have identified a stratigraphy (layering) of the yard, foundations of the northern wall and an older building in the yard, demolished in the second half of the 16th century. The investigations of the site allowed researchers to establish the location and increase the knowledge of the rooms of the castle, described in written sources. Researchers also surveyed the history of the hill before the construction of the castle: the area was used by man as early as the Upper Paleolithic, and later in the Early Middle Ages (9th-10th c.) In 2011, the project was commenced aimed at performing remote sensing measurements, based on which a digital 3D replica of the monument was created (project of the Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw on the initiative of Rafał Zapłata, PhD). The monument is open to visitors. Entry to the tower is allowed during the spring-autumn period.
  9. It looks like Beaver,Mink,Ermine or Badger to me.
  10. Charles Perault he wrote story of Sleeping Beauty and Grimm Brothers,but Walter Disney toned it down.
  11. The same thing polish government elites said polish prime minister Mathew Morawiecki that virus is in retreat.
  12. This is a video of a guy named Eren who claimed he was a time traveller from the future.
  13. https://amp.reddit.com/r/JohnTitor/comments/5lcjfn/smoking_gun_proof_john_titor_is_morey_haber_12/
  14. It looks like this that link is broken. https://curiouscosmos.com/threads/john-titors-identity-revealed-to-be-morey-haber.22601/
  15. World War 3? https://www.cnbc.com/2017/09/04/elon-musk-says-global-race-for-ai-will-be-most-likely-cause-of-ww3.html
  16. Perhaps maybe only in afterlife. Because cosmos space is finite.
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