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Russia is Taking a Stand Against Dangerous Selfies
As much as it might sound like a good idea to take a picture of yourself riding a bear shirtless like Vladimir Putin, itís not.

A number of horrific accidents have been reported lately in Russia involving selfies, and the country has had enough.

So the government decided to launch a new public safety initiative called "Safe Selfies," which encourages people to use come common sense when posting photos of your face that no one really wants to see in the first place.

They created a number of cartoon images depicting some of the "most traumatic cases" of dangerous selfies as a warning to Russians.

Visit the Russian website and download the signs as an Adobe Acrobat file (PDF).

Oh, you don't speak Russian? Here is the page in English via Google Translate.
By: spam_vigilante
Wednesday, Jul 15th 2015 (12:01am)
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