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... of the pictures. Near the top right corner, there are three buttons you can click. The third one from the right is a box with a "play" triangle in it. Right click this box and select "Open link in a new window"
3. Hit the "pause" button in the lower left
4. Hit the "fullscreen" button in the lower right
5. Make the description come up or go away with the up and down keyboard arrows (although I don't know why you would want ...
... dinner and warm beverages. Along the way we stopped at the local grocery store to gather supplies. I would like to mention that this actually was my first time in a grocery store so I spent less time paying attention to whatever they were doing and most of my time looking around at the different labels that I could read but couldn't understand. Finally, they selected a number of sweet desserts for me to try and ...
-Russian Internet Server
http://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/j un/19/russia-digital-soveriegnty-nsa-su rveillance
*Pussy Riot arrests
http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2 014/02/25/putin-s-police-arrest-pussy-r iot-again-in-court-crackdown.html
*Censorship in Russia
http://www.businessweek.com/articles/20 14-05-01/russia-moves-toward-china-styl e-internet-censorship
... column, our new friends indicated that we all needed to go, so Jess and I got luggaged up. I had my rucksack on my back, my day backpack on my front, and two shopping bags of food in my left hand, Jess had her day backpack on her back, carrying two shopping bags in her right hand, and was pulling her suitcase on its wheels in her left. When we got the top of the stairs that we needed to descend, we had developed a system where Jess would put the pull handle of her luggage away, we ...
... moving, or you get fingers snapped at you and we got snapped at for pausing. I think we should get t-shirts made with "I got snapped in Lenin's tomb" on it. No cameras, mobile phones or bags are allowed in the tomb so you check your stuff at an office across the square and return to pick it up afterward. There is no entrance fee for the tomb, but you pay 50 rubles each to check your stuff. Various historic soviet figures and fellow travellers are buried ...