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Eldorado

Dirty snow painted white in Russia!

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Eldorado

Residents in one coal-mining Russian town were stunned when their usual brown snow mysteriously turned white.

The authorities have been accused of using ‘modern technology’ to hide the effects of pollution with white paint. In a video posted by local media, a Russian woman reaches out her hand to brush a snow bank in the town of Mysky, Siberia.

https://metro.co.uk/2018/12/20/snow-painted-white-dirty-pollution-russia-8267908/

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aztek

read you tube comments, it's special paint for snow decorations, none toxic.

http://www.ditrix-profi.ru/production/winterpaint

they also paint grass green in Russian army bases. before someone important comes

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Eldorado
16 minutes ago, aztek said:

read you tube comments, it's special paint for snow decorations, none toxic.

http://www.ditrix-profi.ru/production/winterpaint

they also paint grass green in Russian army bases. before someone important comes

HM the Queen is said to think the outside world smells of fresh paint as there's always a team in front of her, sprucing the place up

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'Walt' E. Kurtz

Dont eat the yellow snow ;-)

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Timothy
22 hours ago, Avalanche said:

Dont eat the yellow snow ;-)

Don’t worry, that’s just the pineapple flavoured paint.

The salty aftertaste must be an issue with manufacturing... :su

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