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A rock band from the United States, The Flaming Lips, organized a plastic bubble concert.  Both the musicians and the audience were on their own premises.  The recital took place during the show "The Late Show", but the band is not the first experience of this kind.


The huge inflatable ball is a symbol of the soloist - he often appears at concerts so that fans can hold him more easily in his arms, and he even got married in a bubble.

 The reaction of the US press and Internet users was varied - some said it was the perfect solution to attend pandemic concerts, others that it was an example of dystopia.

 The Flaming Lips is an alternative rock band formed in 1983. The group has three Grammy Awards, two of which for best instrumental rock performance.  The band was placed in 2002 by the British magazine "Q (stores)" in the top "50 groups to see before you die".


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From partitions in cafes to thermal imagers in shopping centers.  The coronavirus pandemic has greatly changed our world - many previously unaccustomed precautions have now become the norm.  And they may well remain even after a complete victory over COVID-19.  This applies to disinfection, social distance, face masks and other important aspects of our safety.  Here are 12 examples of how the world has now begun to adapt to a new reality.

 1. In one of the gyms in Hong Kong, glass partitions were installed separating cardiovascular equipment.  Such barriers are designed to reduce the risk of the spread of viral infections transmitted by airborne droplets.


2. In the same room there is also a spray of a disinfectant that destroys bacteria, viruses and mold spores in the air.


3. In one of McDonald's, a thermal imager now stands at the entrance, which checks the temperature of all visitors.


4. A restaurant in Shanghai sprays visitors with a disinfectant solution.


5. And now Starbucks in Taipei looks like - at least some protection against direct contact.


6. In some institutions, dishes are disinfected directly at guests table.


7. And in one of Beijing's restaurants, take-away orders are delivered to the door by a robot.


8. In a number of Chinese schools, students at the entrance to the class are now processed from and to.


9. In shopping centers in Asia, escalators began to be supplemented with UV sterilizers that destroy germs and viruses on handrails.


10. And in the shopping center of Bangkok there was a robot that measures the temperature of all people passing by it.  So you can quickly identify the patient.


11. In many restaurants, guests began to receive paper bags in which you can remove the mask for meals.


12. A supermarket in Denmark installed a mobile station for washing hands at the entrance - it can be used before shopping and after.

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Bemorepanda collected the most fun culinary masterpieces from users and share a simple recipe.

For several weeks now, photos of frog shaped loaves have been appearing on social networks - this is a new comic culinary trend that has come from the expanses of TikTok.  In the original, it is called Frog bread or #froggybread, although. The bottom line is as simple as possible - you need to bake a frog-shaped bread product.

 Everyone chooses the recipe for the test, the shape and size of their culinary creation.

And there are those who creatively approached the task, trying to make a real baking masterpiece.

This is a funny challenge to discover people’s talent at cooking and simply having fun. There were numerous challenges during quarantine, so people being at home concurred in different stuff being at home. It is a funny way to spend your time and also be near family.

If you also want to cook your bread frog, then first use the recipe for universal yeast dough.  The finished dough will only need to be divided into parts to form a rounded body of the frog, paws and eyes (raisins can be used for the eyes).  This miracle is baked in an oven preheated to 180-200 degrees in about 15 minutes.

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The crisis triggered by COVID-19 paralyzed all activities that required human closeness!  But here are a few that have discovered how to unlock areas of activity blocked by the authorities.  So did a hairdresser in Ireland, the owner of a bar in Seville, Spain, and a young British man.

 Nearly 5 million people have been infected and more than 318,000 have died in the fight against the new coronavirus, which is not as resistant as SARS, but is up to three times more contagious.  Until the release of a vaccine (estimated to be mass-produced by the end of 2021), humanity will have to learn to protect itself and "cohabit with the killer virus," warns Michael Ryan, WHO's director of emergency situations.  Many have already begun to make ingenious lifestyle changes to protect themselves and others from the killer virus.

  • Seville, Spain.  The bar "La Gitana Loca” hired a robot as a bartender to be able to operate during the coexistence with the virus.  The robot bartender produced by the cyber company Macco can fill and serve 600 mugs in an hour.  A pint sells for 0.70 euros and owner Alberto Martinez, 53, hopes to receive the operating license on May 24 when, theoretically, the state of emergency would end if Parliament does not accept Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez's proposal to extend it for  another 30 days.

  •  Drogheda, Ireland.  She invented the anti-COVID-19 hairdressing chair in order not to leave his clients with tousled hair during the epidemic.  Hairdresser Jean McDonnell, from Drogheda, Lough, Ireland, opened her salon before the government began the phase of easing the austerity measures.  She does the hair of her clients in front of other salons after her husband Alan developed a plexiglass cage that protects her and protects clients from possible contamination.  Obviously, at the end of April a session at the hairdresser could cost 100 euros.

  • Stratford-Upon-Avon, United Kingdom.  He invented the curtain for hugs because he couldn't imagine seeing his grandmother and not being able to hug her.  Briton Antony Cauvin, 29, spent Β£ 70 to turn a shower curtain into a special device to hug his grandmother during the coronavirus epidemic.  He posted a video with the emotional moment on a social network.  The UK has recorded over 35,000 deaths and has 245,000 people infected.


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Bemorepanda collected 10 unusual detective stories, psychological thrillers about the games of the mind and original projects of famous directors.


Hotel Room

The action of the three episodes of this series takes place in one hotel room, but at different times.  Visitors discuss their personal lives, scandals, and even plan crimes.


Wayward Pines

Secret agent Ethan Burke travels to the small town of Wayward Pines to investigate the disappearance of two colleagues.  And one of the disappeared is the former lover of the protagonist.  Near the destination, he has an accident and comes to his senses already in the hospital.  Burke soon discovers that in Wayward Pines all residents are being watched, and the city is surrounded by a wall.  There are more and more questions.


Criminal

Detectives interrogate suspects at police stations in four countries.  In each case, you need to find your own approach to a possible criminal in order to make him tell the truth.  And the dialogue turns into a psychological duel.


Too Old to Die Young

Policeman Martin is trying to find the killer of his partner.  But the hero hides evidence from colleagues and plunges into the world of the yakuza, the Russian mafia and the Mexican cartels.  Soon, Martin himself turns into a killer.  Meanwhile, the killer of his partner is trying to escape.


Tales from the Loop

A small American city is located above the "Loop" - the center where scientists conduct experiments and "make the impossible possible."  Because of this, absolutely fantastic events often happen to residents: schoolchildren stop time, two friends change bodies, and a guard moves to a parallel world.


Servant

A young family hires a nanny for their child.  The girl who came to their house is closed and very religious.  But the problem is not only in it - with the baby and mother, too, everything is very strange.


Castle Rock

The chief of the Shawshank prison commits suicide.  His successor decides to open one of the abandoned blocks and discovers in him a mysterious man who knows only Henry Diver, who has long left Castle Rock.  The diver is returning to his hometown, but further events take an ever more terrible turn.


Maniac

Owen has serious mental problems, which are aggravated by constant criticism of his family.  Annie for many years can not forgive himself for the death of his sister.  Heroes are found in an experimental clinic, where they are offered to undergo a new treatment and fix their lives.  Soon, Owen and Annie realize that together they can overcome any difficulties.


Devs

Programmer Sergey is invited to the secret department of Amaya, where the team of developers works with a new quantum computer.  He soon disappears.  The bride of Sergei Lily Chan - also an employee of this company - is sure that the leadership is behind the loss.  She begins her own investigation.


The Terror

Each season of this anthology tells a new story.  In the mid-19th century, an expedition led by explorer John Franklin aboard the Terror and Erebus ships set off for the northern coast of Canada.  Both ships are stuck in the ice.  And soon the teams are faced with a supernatural enemy.  The events of the second season unfold in a Japanese camp during the Second World War, where mysterious murders take place.


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