This night the dwellers of the northern Norwegian city of Tromso were eyewitnessing one of the most amazing sky phenomena. Something that looked like the usual for Northern part of the Norway Aurora Borealis started to spin in spiral on the eyes of astonished Norwegians.
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Who wants to do a drive-by with style? Russian bros could help. They love their guns in gold and leather, just look at Ramzan Kadyrov – he knows how to handle it.
But if the semi-auto is not enough for you, they have something more powerful up their sleeves…
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For a hundred years by now apt and frugal people were using old newspapers to wrap the books and protect them while reading outside on a plain air or during a trip.
The times are changing. And technologies, they are changing too. But the human habits, those are remaining. If you are not sure about weather conditions outside or how clean your hands will be during the trip, do the same your grandparents did – wrap your fancy e-ink electronic book reader in an old newspaper.
Here at Paradoxoff Planet we have wrote about “Magic Tap” fountains not so long ago. But I have found another great example today. And it seems it’s quite old.
It works the same way as the previously posted fountains: the tap itself is held in the air by the steel pillar hidden inside the falling water. As you can see there is no magic here, just a lot of creativity and imagination.