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“Note: this is parody, using #deepfake technology (but the job is there, Donald).”
– Tweet from Kremlin-funded network RT, promoting an ad about its coverage of the US election
A Russian astronaut became the first person in the world to participate in voting from orbit.
After President Vladimir Putin admitted he wouldn't mind resetting his constitutional term limit, a new meme was born.
TWERF takes on the political this week, bringing you news of the election and the weird things that accompanied it.
Putin has again been elected president. This post was originally written/aired in November 2007. Apparently, it still seems relevant.
Adults want kids to vote, kids want Leonardo DiCaprio to soak himself, and Leo wants fewer video games on TV.
Election aftermath, polar bear attacks, why drivers are against Russia's version of Uber, and maybe even a state secret or two.
Last Sunday morning I was ashamed of my children. We had sort of planned that we would all go together to take part in the Garden Ring demonstration, but one-by-one they deserted me...
I have slept very little the past two weeks, and I have done very little to prepare for my classes. My students have tired of asking when I will correct their papers, and piles of their notebooks are gradually filling up my room. There is nothing to eat in the house; I have no had any time to get to the store. I am completely overcome by my work in “Citizen Observer"...
The first installment in History Editor Tamara Eidelman's Election Journal, which she is writing for us in the buildup to the March 4 presidential election.
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