Somewhere is a city, tranquil as a dream,
Transported softly to the bosom by gentle dust...
In Virtual Omsk virtual people, very similar to the real ones, live and function. Sometimes they even have the same names as their counterparts. However, the sometimes outrageous actions and declarations depicted should in no way be interpreted as insults or accusations. In Virtual Omsk, every day is April 1st. Events in Omsk follow in reverse order.
03/22/2001 In the Omsk mayoral election, Monica Polezhaeva received 459, 221 votes; the other candidates received no votes at all.
03/14/2001 Governor, Leonid Polezhaev, announced that only those voting for Monica Polezhaeva may vote on March 18. People voting for any of the other candidates must vote on March 19.
02/11/2001 Governor Polezhaev announced that, in an attempt to improve his relationship with the Omsk City Council, he has nominated Monica Polezhaeva for the post of mayor. His long-time friend and supporter, famous civil rights advocate, Viktor Korb, will be her campaign manager.
02/05/2001 Governor Polezhaev announced that, as his wife has a city named after her (Santa Monica, California) it is only fitting that he be accorded the same honor. He has therefore renamed Omsk "Saint Leonidburg".
01/09/2001 Stating, "She will bring back dignity and integrity to the City Council", famous Omsk journalist and civil rights advocate, Viktor Korb, announced that he will be Monica Polezhaeva's campaign manager in her bid to be Mayor of Omsk.
01/03/2001 Governor Leonid Polezhaev announced that he has an ingenious plan to improve his relationship with Omsk City Council. He has nominated Monica Polezhaev as candidate for the Omsk mayoral election. Tomorrow he will fly to Texas to obtain advice from George Bush on how to conduct her election campaign.
12/29/2000 Governor Leonid Polezhaev announced that from now on he wishes to be called "Saint Leonid" and that tomorrow he will walk on the Irtysh.
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