US FALLS BEHIND RUSSIA IN GIANT SNOWBALL ARMS RACE!

How will our new president deal with this?

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While the US and UN were quietly working with Russia and eliminating thousands of nuclear warheads and weapons, the former Soviet Union has been stockpiling THESE!

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As usual, the US intelligence agencies failed to predict this development.

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And we’re not talking just regular snowballs, they’ve obviously gone one step further and stockpiled the much more vicious SLUSH balls. Anyone who has ever been hit with one understands why they’re classified as against the Geneva Convention [citation needed].

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How did this happen? When did the US lose the snowball arms race?

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Perhaps they realized that W0rld War IV will be fought with rocks and rubble and wanted to get a head start on these game changing super weapons.

Perhaps they realized that with global climate change, compacted spherical snow will not be available to their opponents that lack the Siberian resources and weather to create them.

This is the site of their growing snowball armory:

Sadly, it seems, they are already indoctrinating their children into accepting this as normal. snowscreen-shot-2016-11-10-at-2-46-17-pmsnowbong-tuyet-1-1478588675

Okay, that was a bit alarmist I’ll admit. Here’s the real story:

A strange and beautiful sight greeted locals in the Gulf of Ob, in northwest Siberia, after thousands of natural snowballs formed on the beach.

An 18km (11 mi) stretch of coast was covered in the icy spheres.

The sculptural shapes range from the size of a tennis ball to almost 1m (3ft) across. snowgirl_92287278_snowballs3

They result from a rare environmental process where small pieces of ice form, are rolled by wind and water, and end up as giant snowballs.

Locals in the village of Nyda, which lies on the Yamal Peninsula just above the Arctic Circle, say they have never seen anything to compare to them.

Sergei Lisenkov, of the Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute: “As a rule, first there is a primary natural phenomenon – sludge ice, slob ice. Then comes a combination of the effects of the wind, the lay of the coastline, and the temperature and wind conditions.

“It can be such an original combination that it results in the formation of balls like these.”

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