2010 December 31, 19:19:41 by pipedija
Pipedija duoda visą kontentą kaip ir randa - be jokių ten išankstinių ar dar belenkokių leidimų, nemokamai ir su teise belenkaip iškraipyti beigi platinti, kaip tik į galvą šaus. Ale gi bet jau, jei publikuojat originalų turinį išu čionais, tai bent linką į mumei įdėkit, nes jei gailėsit, tai žadinom jus palaikysim, nes mes tai visur linkus dedam!
Pulse Of Lithuania
PNN favorite who wins nothing - Morfai Logo
Building New Vilnius University Library
Bellona: Lithuania’s shutdown nuclear power plant leaks 300 tonnes of radioactive sludge – could the accident repeat itself in Russia?
‘Witnesses say the leak of three hundred tonnes of radioactive sludge at Lithuania’s closed-down Ignalina Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) last October 5 – the accident occurred during decommissioning works at this site, which used to operate Chernobyl-type RBMK reactors – led to radiation exposure suffered by cleanup personnel and severe contamination of the premises. Did management try to downplay the accident? And are accidents like this possible at RBMK-running NPPs in Russia?’
Football: Hungary 2-0 Lithuania (Friendly)
During the political elections in Lithuania in 2008, a party of local show business stars got elected to Seimas. Film shows how these stars are making oaths after which they lose their right to get honorariums for their activities as performing artists in concerts. The oath itself is being theatricalised by the ones making it (the text of oath is being forgotten; text is being followed by outside comments). It is not critics:
“I do not take the easiest path, I do not criticize politics, I bring to the daylight the facts that have already taken place. When the DJ is mixing some melodies nobody asks him if he’s criticizes the tunes while mixing. He mixes, because he likes it that way. I play just the same, only visually.”
I don’t know why this dude is so mad, but this proves that anyone can be an instant protester. All you need is an iPad, a stick and some tape. Now get your protest on…