Русская газета «РЕКЛАМА МАЙАМИ» / Russian newspaper «REKLAMA MIAMI»     954-344-7797     954 227 82 91


* * *
– Ты хоть раз говорил жене все, что ты о ней думаешь?
– Говорил... Хочешь, шрамы на голове покажу?
* * *
– Алло! Можешь говорить?
– Могу.
– Тогда слушай...
* * *
– Дорогая, вино делает тебя неотразимой!
– Но я не пила вина...
– Зато я выпил.

Читать еще :) ...

БИЗНЕС-ГОРОСКОП (16–28 февраля 2019 года)

БИЗНЕС-ГОРОСКОП (16–28 февраля 2019 года)

ОвенПериод сулит сотрудничество с западными странами. Деловые контакты будут развиваться, что приведет к карьерному росту. Период подходит для расширения связей с друзьями, живущими в других странах и городах. Благодаря этому...

Русская пресса Флориды

Русские журналы и газеты Майами

"Ах, Майами! Мечта у океана!" - поет Алла Йошпе на мотив всем известной песни "Ах, Одесса, жемчужина у моря"... Наша флоридская жемчужина притягивает к себе внимание  жителей со всех уголков планеты, бизнесменов, туристов, путешественников ...  Подробнее...

Наши сайты



Chechen Boy Does 4,105 Push-Ups in Record Time, Has to Repeat Feat — Reports

PDF Печать E-mail

A 5-year-old boy from Russia’s republic of Chechnya reportedly set a record for most consecutive push-ups in 2 hours and 25 minutes but may have to repeat his feat for officials because he was watching cartoons in his first attempt.
Local media outlets dubbed Rakhim Kurayev the “Chechen Schwarzenegger” after he reportedly completed 4,105 push-ups in the allocated time. The current national record is said to belong to a youngster from Elista in the republic of Kalmykia who completed 4,050 push-ups at the age of 5 in 2015.


Moscow Man Buys iPhone XS With Bathtub Full of Coins

PDF Печать E-mail

Sometimes an iPhone is worth every penny.
A group of Muscovites reportedly hauled an entire bathtub full of coins Tuesday to one of Moscow’s 38 official retailers to purchase the desired gadget.
A Facebook user posted a photograph of the cast iron bath filled to the brim with coins and surrounded by onlookers armed with smartphones filming the clerk count the change.
Early on Wednesday, an Instagram video appeared showing a group of friends filling the bath with coins, loading it into a car and bringing it to the Evropeisky Mall in central Moscow.


Russian Lawmaker Tries to Survive on $50 Pension, Calls It ‘Genocide’

PDF Печать E-mail

A local Russian lawmaker who staged an experiment trying to survive on a 3,500 rubles ($52) monthly pension has equated the country’s living wage policy to “genocide.”
Nikolai Bondarenko, an outspoken Communist deputy in the Volga region of Saratov, brought about the dismissal of a local labor official last month after she was filmed claiming that $52 per month was sufficient “for the minimal physiological needs” of retirees. Saratov region’s living wage for retirees was set at 7,176 rubles ($106) in August earlier this year, while statisticians estimate that the minimum consumer basket in the region is 3,163 rubles.


Nearly Half of Russian Math Teachers Flunk State Math Test

PDF Печать E-mail

Almost half of Russia’s math teachers have reportedly flunked a nationwide exam designed to evaluate their professional aptitude.
Some 22,000 teachers took part in the voluntary anonymous exam across Russia administered by the Rosobrnadzor state education watchdog this year. President Vladimir Putin’s economic program has vowed to make Russia one of the world’s 10 leading countries in quality of education by the time his fourth presidential term ends in 2024.


Detained Russian General Earns $700K Behind Bars, Media Reports

PDF Печать E-mail

A Russian army general charged with fraud has reportedly earned almost $700,000 while in detention from shares that investigators believe were acquired with embezzled money.
Alexander Ogloblin, former department chief at the Armed Forces’ general communications agency, was charged in a half-billion ruble ($7.3 million) embezzlement scheme of state funds earlier this year. Military prosecutors accuse him of receiving kickbacks from a friend’s contracting firm as part of a program to digitize the military’s secure communication system.


Russia Establishes New Profession to Teach Retirees How to Use the Internet

PDF Печать E-mail

Elderly Russians without grandchildren to guide them can now count on paid gurus to help them navigate the vast expanses of the online world.
The newly created “digital curators” job will focus on teaching retirees how to pay their bills and maintain their documents online, according to the Labor and Social Protection Ministry’s “VNII Truda” labor institute.
“The new profession’s creation is tied to life in a digital economy,” the institute said in a press release Friday.


28% of Russians Say They Feel Responsible for What Happens in Russia — Poll

PDF Печать E-mail

The percentage of Russians who say they feel a certain degree of responsibility for their country has increased by more than three-fold over the past year, from 9 percent to 28 percent, according to a survey by the independent Levada Center published Wednesday.
Another 41 percent said they don’t feel any responsibility for their country, while 28 percent said they feel negligible responsibility. Family remains the area of life in which most Russians feel personally responsible — with 92 percent saying they feel “fully responsible” or “responsible to a large extent” for what happens in their family. Meanwhile, the percentage of Russians who say they feel some responsibility for what happens in their city has grown from 14 percent to 34 percent in a year.
Commenting on the increase in feelings of civil responsibility, Levada sociologist Karina Pipia told the Vedomosti business website that the surge can be explained by socio-political factors, including the pension reform and increases in consumer prices. According to Pipia, there has been a falling interest in international affairs and increasing concern about problems including poverty and falling incomes, “which instigated the increase in the pronounced ‘civic consciousness.’” Levada surveyed 1600 Russians across 52 Russian regions between October 18 and 24.


9 Caged Sheep Sent to Russian Newspaper After Explosive Investigation

PDF Печать E-mail

Nine sheep dressed in press jackets were sent to the offices of the investigative Novaya Gazeta newspaper on Monday, days after it published an explosive report about contract killings in Russia. Novaya Gazeta has a reputation for hard-hitting investigations on topics including the 2014 downing of flight MH17 and the 2016 Panama Paper leaks, while a number of its journalists have been killed over the years, most notably Anna Politkovskaya in 2006. Earlier this month, a funeral wreath and a severed goat’s head were sent to the outlet’s office, along with threats to one of the newspaper’s reporters, Denis Korotkov.

<< Первая < Предыдущая 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Следующая > Последняя >>

Страница 6 из 33



Advanced Search



Пред След

Клинический гипноз - сертифицированная г…

Клинический гипноз - сертифицированная гипнотерапия

Алекс Фидельман, Сертифицированный Клинический Гипнотерапевт     ● Устранение стресса ● Преодоление страхов ● Поднятие самооценки  ● Контроль боли ● Похудение ● Бросание курить            Мой офис находится в г. Авентура. Для того, чтобы записаться на бесплатную...


Заболевания сосудов нижних конечностей

Заболевания сосудов нижних конечностей

 • Варикоз • Флебит • Тромбофлебит • Тромбоз • Трофические язвы • Хроническая венозная недостаточность • Тромбоэмболия • Тяжесть и отеки ног • Паутинообразные веныUSA Vein Clinics1711 E Hallandale Beach Blvd, Hallandale Beach, FL 33009(954) 688-4725usaveinclinics.com