Is Norilsk,Russia the best town in the world for a robot to live in?
seems like a perfect place to just hole up and drink/get high all the time
no wonder russia has the highest opiate use outside of Afghan and Paki and are willing to inject necrosis causing homemade opiates to escape their shitty slav lives
>leave NEETbloc to get tendies,
>make it past the neighborhood traps
>visitor from /pol/ oblast hands me a NATSOC pamphlet,
>MRAs are out in force too
>see a queue of betas waiting to buy flowers, someone tells me there might be a girl in town.
>ask if my new NBs are in yet
>on my way back see a bunch of robots fighting over a soiled daki
such is life in Norlisk
YES. Glorious Norilsk.
Doors are never locked and during the summer months are left wide open. Residents of an apartment building are free to eat from each others refrigerator, sit on their couch and watch television. If a large sum of money is found under the homeowners mattress, it may be taken, then returned, or not, it does not matter.
>Love and Sharing
Norilskites are not bothered by the trivial pursuit of wealth accumulation. To the decadent Westerner, these feats of human kindness seem impossible, like something out of a science-fiction workers utopia novel. In Norilsk it is reality. The people of Norilsk live on a higher plane of consciousness, one of boundless love and sharing.
>Diversity and Multiculturalism
Immigrants arrive in Norilsk from all over the former Soviet Union and the world. After the 2008 financial crisis, thousands of American refugees fled to Norilsk in search of a better life and a piece of the Russian Dream. Most live on the west side of town in what has become a vibrant immigrant community. They are free to carry on the corporate holiday traditions of their homeland with no fear of persecution from their Russian hosts. The Superbowl, Valentines Day, Wrestlemania and Easter Breakfast at McDonalds are celebrated with no less intensity and zeal.
>that whole website
>the city of Norilsk is home to pretty flowers
>Norilsk is almost cut off from the world. It is connected by a railroad to only one city - the port of Dudinka. The only way to leave Norilsk is to then travel 2,000 km down the Yenisei River or by air. But due to bad weather a flight can be delayed for up to two weeks.
With a gigabit connection, and a working shipping service I would live entire life there.
"Norilsk was closed in November 2001 to all non-Russians"
>tfw you will never know the joys of Norilsk
>Immigrants arrive in Norilsk from all over the former Soviet Union and the world. After the 2008 financial crisis, thousands of American refugees fled to Norilsk in search of a better life and a piece of the Russian Dream.
yet according to Wikipedia, the town was closed to all Non-Russians or Belarusians in 2001
A beaver I cooked the other day.