Russia Gets One Of These Every Hundred Years Or So

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  1. George Turner says:

    Actually, under communism the Russians couldn’t even get a good meteor strike. ^_^

    Now that private individuals can print T-shirts saying “I survived the Chelabynsk meteor”, the heavens rain down.

    But if this doesn’t give the people of the Earth a wake-up call about the dangers of global warming, I don’t know what will.

    *waits for some media pundit to spout off again*Report

  2. Brandon Berg says:

    When I saw that headline, the first thing I thought was, “There are hundreds in central Russia?”Report

    • Mopey Duns in reply to Brandon Berg says:

      Russia is like the anti-Canada.

      One of the ways it is like the anti-Canada is that lots of people live in the really, really Godforsakenly cold parts of it, instead of just the really Godforsakenly cold parts.Report