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It’s not the camera that’s disturbing, it’s the nonchalant acceptance of the camera. Love the exit sign.
(photo credit: Ilya Naymushin/Reuters caption: The voting results from the village of Sliznevo, in southern Siberia, were held up to an observation camera to be recorded.)
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Bag’s Take-Away:#1: It’s not your father’s Kremlin anymore. #2: Oh yeah, they say it’s “yoga,” but they’re really training to take on the Putin girls in hand-to-hand combat.
(photo: Natalia Kolesnikova/Getty Images caption: Medvedev’s Girls, members of an Internet community supporting Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, practice yoga in Moscow’s Red Square, on Sept. 22.