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Vladimir Putin on Larry King. by tucsonmike on 3 December 2010 1:38am
 
Kisch, I mainly put this up for you, dearie. Putin spoke about the weapons in Eastern Europe. I wish there could be a Northern Hemisphere alliance instead of just NATO that would include Russia.

On a deeper level I ignore Russia. I no longer even pay attention to Mexico, seventy miles from my door. No, and Sarah Palin cannot see Russia from her door. She may win in 2012, but that is another story.
 
Re: Vladimir Putin on Larry King. by kisch on 3 December 2010 10:31am
 
Thank you for thinking of me, Mike, but I myself also try to ignore Russia as much as I can. I don't give a flying F*** about Russia, honestly. I don't see any way out for Russia from the mess it is in now. There is NO WAY OUT. Can you possibly imagine how I feel having to live here? So please don't expect any discussions on the subject from me, alright?
Sarah Palin winning in 2012 would be TOTAL disaster though. I sometimes search the internet for *Michael* Palin and seeing pages and pages of results on Sara is very depressing.
 
Re: Vladimir Putin on Larry King. by suzulu on 3 December 2010 1:22pm
 
Come and live in London, Kisch! Mind you, it is probably as cold as Russia here at the moment!
 
Re: Vladimir Putin on Larry King. by Lounge Trekker on 3 December 2010 5:22pm
 
Thinking about you Kisch. Unless you seriously think about immigration, love your friends, love your family, love what is good, and to **** with everything else. You are more important than the powers of the world, elected or not.

Pete
 
Re: Vladimir Putin on Larry King. by kisch on 3 December 2010 7:47pm
 
Aw Pete, that's exactly what I do:) Thank yu for the sweet message, you are absolutely right, to hell with everything - politics, oligarchs and this damned country in general.
I hope when I'm old, I'll be able to immigrate to the UK and live on the coast somewhere... In Morecambe or Southend-on-Sea.
@Sue - I'd love to come and live in London, but does London need me, I wonder? You have enough immigrants from the third world already. I wouldn't want to increase the numbers;) But if someone offers me a job in Prominent TV or something, I won't be able to resist of course, heh-heh;)
 
Re: Vladimir Putin on Larry King. by tucsonmike on 5 December 2010 2:23am
 
I am burned out with politics. Wanted to make a difference, now just want to be left alone by them. Don't even vote out of a sense of civic duty any longer.
 
Re: Vladimir Putin on Larry King. by kazzzz on 5 December 2010 7:37am
 
I was never burnt in! I can't be bothered with any of it whatsoever anymore. They're all liars.
 
Re: Vladimir Putin on Larry King. by suzulu on 5 December 2010 12:31pm
 
I gave up on politics a long time ago. I used to be so keen.
 
Re: Vladimir Putin on Larry King. by Lounge Trekker on 5 December 2010 5:46pm
 
The only good politician is the one that listens to you, will come to your dinner party when invited. Of course this is gonna cost you...

Heh heh, I told a joke to my nephews and one of their friends and we all had a good laugh at a clean joke starring the leader of our country. Heh heh, I forgot that the kid's dad is a cabinet minister! Heh heh...politically correct my eye...it was a clean joke!

Equal-Opportunity Trekker
 



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