Yellow Snow

Stranger than fiction:

Snow ranging in colour from light yellow to orange and carrying a distinctive “musty” odour was observed yesterday in five districts of Omsk province, which lies in western Siberia and borders Kazakhstan.

Ain’t no Huskie wee-wee either, methinks…

6 Responses to “Yellow Snow”

  1. Jeroen says:

    “Residents are advised not to use snow for their household or technical needs”
    This sounds like Yellow Snow combined with Thing Fish.
    What can be the ‘technical need’ for which somebody will gatther a generous quantity of yellow snow?

  2. bernard says:

    OK, that’s it over there right now.

    Let’s be both future oriented and forward looking.
    It’s all about pollution.
    Cleaning up the mess could lead to
    (1) well, cleaning up,
    (2) inventing new technologies to do that job,
    (3) more and good jobs.

  3. Paul Sempschi says:

    that’ll certainly be the last we’ll hear of Siberia. Any Russian spies living near Omsk?

  4. Frank B. says:

    Green hocker in a Greyhound locker
    Smokin’ in the Pygmy Twylyte

  5. scott says:

    I have a suspicion that, presently, Vlad Putin will make Joseph Stalin
    look like a kindergarten teacher.

  6. it_conquered_the_world says:

    You can check for “Don’t eat yellow snow” here
    I wonder what’s the genuine origin of this phrase – if there is some?

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