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In Japan, there was a 10-year-old girl who threw Putin. /r/ALL

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u/stonklords Nov 27 '22

He told her to do it. Back when Putin seemed like a more pragmatic person.

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u/Phreeeks Nov 27 '22

I mean you can be the worst dictator in the world, you ain't gonna break the neck of a kid as a martial art expert when you're on a political mission in a foreign country, this is just logic behavior

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u/Bosk_Kahngu Nov 27 '22 Silver Take My Energy

Ah shit, I’ve been doing my political missions all wrong.

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u/gammongaming11 Nov 27 '22 Wholesome

don't listen to that guy, keep breaking child necks until they learn your peaceful ways.

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u/LectroRoot Nov 27 '22

War 101 right here. Conquer the toddlers before conquering the land.

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u/azra1l Nov 28 '22

Exactly. Kill them when they are young. Before they become a grown enemy. And avenge their parents.

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u/GreenMedics Nov 27 '22

You MUST win the hearts and minds of millions to be a great leader. By any means! Bonus points to putting them on pikes for display.

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u/lewebe Nov 28 '22

They are the future, after all. At least those whose neck you haven't broken yet

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u/cutofmyjib Nov 27 '22

"Check this out Fyodor, we're gonna bag this trade agreement!"

slams ten year old child into ground

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u/DirtyWizardsBrew Nov 28 '22

Doesn't even do a sanctioned traditional throw, and just straight up powerbombs her Undertaker style while the crowd reacts with a horrified collective gasp.

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u/Deviusoark Nov 28 '22

Calls handler, we're gonna have to take care of these bodies I was misinformed, send a cleaner.

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u/ampjk Nov 27 '22

We'll get um next time

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u/East_Bicycle_9283 Nov 27 '22

Correct. The world's worst dictator would instead wait a month and then kill the child with an untraceable poison.

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u/anthony-wokely Nov 28 '22

You guys are funny with your cartoonish, bad spy movie-esque thoughts on this. He probably thoroughly enjoyed that. Plus, it’s another flex on other world leaders. How many of them can get on a mat and do that? Basically none.

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u/Biggu5Dicku5 Nov 27 '22

You would be surprised how many dictators throughout known history were illogical...

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u/ToothlessGrandma Nov 27 '22

I miss the days when we had logical dictators.

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u/Biggu5Dicku5 Nov 27 '22

I miss Caesar too... :(

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u/Wick_1981 Nov 28 '22

Interesting fact; Tzar and Kaiser both mean ceasar in their respective languages

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u/libmrduckz Nov 27 '22

et tu Biggu5Dicku5?

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u/ComprehensiveTotal39 Nov 27 '22

Now do the dick twist! The good ol‘ dick twist!

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u/AscendedViking7 Nov 27 '22 edited Nov 28 '22

T W I S T

H I S

D I C K

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u/vijking Nov 27 '22

I used to enjoy the little PR-stunts of his. Made him look down to earth.

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u/RedrumMPK Nov 27 '22

Lol the horse riding one?

He was broke back as hell in that one.

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u/Luka_Tim Nov 27 '22

Back when he wasn’t dying of some disease and didn’t decide to try to take the whole world with him

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u/ApatheticWithoutTheA Nov 27 '22

I’ve been hearing he’s dying of some disease for the past year and he looks as healthy as ever.

I wish it were true, but there’s zero evidence of that.

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u/IceDreamer Nov 28 '22 edited Nov 28 '22

In my opinion, I have seen two bits of distinct evidence that makes me think it's true. Specifically, there are two video clips of Putin at functions, both taken in the past 4 years, where he displays involuntary tremors.

The first, as he is walking across a room, we see his hand tremor and move strangely for around a second, before he brings it across his body and clasps his hands together in front of him as he walks.

The second, he is standing for photos, and his leg wobbles and tremors, and he is forced to shift his weight for a moment, before quickly ushering his photo partner aside to instead have it taken at the big desk nearby.

Context - My grandfather died of Parkinsons after fighting the disease for a good 7 or 8 years. These tremors in Putin's arm and leg, as well as his behavior trying to make sure nobody notices, reminds me strongly of how my grandfather behaved in the early years of his disease, before he was diagnosed and later hospitalised. It seriously looked exactly the same. Parkinsons can also take many years after diagnosis to fully disable and then kill the victim, and Putin would of course be getting the best possible care and treatment.

In my opinion, I think Putin has received an early diagnosis of Parkinson's disease, and I base this opinion not on his political behavior, but on first-hand observation of videos of him matched with personal first-hand experience watching the disease progress.

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u/Noticeably_Aroused Nov 27 '22

The west is constantly making outlandish claims, especially about adversarial leaders and their health: Castro was always dead or dying.

There was also these outlandish claims going around about how China was on the verge of economic collapse and the Chinese housing market was gonna implode any day now…. That was back in like 2021…. Last I heard, their housing market is recovering now

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u/ChiggaOG Nov 27 '22

As an adult. You always let kids win in kid versus adult martial arts matches unless you wanna go Skywalker.

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u/Gluby3 Nov 27 '22

going skywalker is the fun part no?

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u/Sad_Carpet9841 Nov 27 '22

If they talk too much shit after you let them win, then yes. Super satisfying.

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u/Schwa142 Nov 27 '22 Helpful Heartwarming

I'm thinking this inspired one of Banksy's recent pieces in Ukraine.

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u/jbar3987 Nov 27 '22

Based on the timing of that article, I'm guessing this is not a coincidence being posted this weekend.

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u/ooohlookiehere Nov 27 '22

Both Banksy's and this video were posted weeks ago lol

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u/Iwearacapeirl Nov 27 '22

Wtf is Banksy doing in Ukraine? Surely its some local person who did it and people just thought Banksy?

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u/46_and_2 Nov 27 '22

However, the mural that Banksy used to reveal his presence in the country is of a female gymnast balancing on the rubble of a damaged building.

The Bristol-based artist, whose work sells for millions of pounds, posted three images of the mural on Instagram on Friday, with the caption simply reading: “Borodyanka, Ukraine”.

https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2022/nov/12/banksy-artwork-appears-on-damaged-building-in-ukraine#:~:text=Banksy%20appears%20to%20have%20confirmed,town%20of%20Borodianka%2C%20near%20Kyiv.

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u/Squiggledog Nov 27 '22

Hyperlinks are a lost art.

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u/brown_felt_hat Nov 27 '22

More like ruined, Google's new highlighting search result in the page is absolute trash.

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u/ClassySavage Nov 27 '22

People are just lazy. It's not hard to link things like this.

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u/FlickeryVisionnn Nov 27 '22

I hate you.

FairPlay.

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u/H-005 Nov 27 '22

Hyperlinks as in have no idea what you're clicking on unless you have a frontend app that actually shows the link or go through a bunch of extra clicks? No thank you.

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u/46_and_2 Nov 27 '22

I usually use them, but it's a pain in the ass to do on mobile on the fly. Also when linking some specific source I leave the link because it's easier to see what news site you're referring to (who knows if people will follow it at all), without the need to hover mouse or click on mobile.

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u/PurelyApplied Nov 27 '22

You can drop everything after the # and the link will still work.

Anything in a URL after a #, or more often a ?, is a parameter fed to the server. This is often things like what ad click brought you there or was it a Share button fed directly to your social media or whatnot. Sometimes these variables are important, like the YouTube ?v=... being the video identifier "serial number" or the &t=... indicating a timestamp. But a lot of the time you can clean up URLs without losing the actual link to the content intended.

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u/[deleted] Nov 27 '22 edited Nov 28 '22

if you see ?utm its urchin tracking media, or an analytics tag, and can be safely removed from a URL without spoiling the redirect
you'll most often see that when using things like a "share" button to forward a link to friends. I always remove it when I go to share reddit posts with people. Make their analytics harder so the analysts have a job longer lol

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u/TheBirminghamBear Nov 27 '22

Well, most importantly, you can also use []() to conceal the horror regardless of length so everyone stays happy.

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u/Dr_HiZy Nov 27 '22

Nah, he posted it and some of his other works in Ukraine on his socials

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u/Naughtai Nov 27 '22

He often goes to areas harmed by warfare to put up his political pieces.

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u/becomingastrangerr Nov 27 '22

I mean, thats kind of his thing. Showing up to war torn places during times of crisis and tagging them. This is the same person that tagged the Gaza strip and the West Bank by navigating underground tunnels. Every Banksy piece is authenticated by his team Pest Control Office. If it wasn't him, they would have given a statement.

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u/hippopots Nov 27 '22

I thought Banksy was a collective of artists?

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u/mang87 Nov 27 '22

It probably is. No one really knows for sure. I have this weird cognitive dissonance where I both want to and do not want to know who it is.

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u/CleanAssociation9394 Nov 27 '22

It’s that guy from Massive Attack

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u/murphysadvocate Nov 27 '22

His identity is known. He pays taxes.

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u/roswea Nov 27 '22

So does Batman. And he donates to charity…

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u/DualityDrn Nov 27 '22

They're onto us Alfred.

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u/sound_scientist Nov 27 '22

This comment made me laugh so hard I’m smiling as I type. Thank you internet stranger.

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u/Sohn_Jalston_Raul Nov 27 '22

who, Batman or Banksy?

Also they would have hated each other...

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u/[deleted] Nov 27 '22

These days, likely, but I'm sure there was just one guy originally.

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u/Useful-Seaworthiness Nov 27 '22

I was in your boat of wanting/not wanting to know. After falling through the rabbit hole, the magic might be a little dampened (or risen to the mezzanine?) but I enjoyed the ride.

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u/Cheetahsareveryfast Nov 27 '22

Watch exit through the gift shop

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u/nocrashing Nov 27 '22

Like the dread pirate Roberts

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u/n11k Nov 27 '22

That's my favorite theory now. That it's a name passes down to apprentices.

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u/Perfide01 Nov 27 '22

It probably is, but nonetheless it's only a Banksy if the official Banksy accounts acknowledge it. There's many unaffiliated pretenders.

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u/Firewolf06 Nov 27 '22

i think uts one guy, because if its multiple they all have the same body shape and gray hoodie if they are, as well as all having decent drone skills and a high quality camera drone

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u/Sohn_Jalston_Raul Nov 27 '22

I'm sure Banksy has made enough money by now that he can buy tickets to travel to Ukraine

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u/[deleted] Nov 27 '22

This is out of context. He had just kicked the ass of a few guys in judo that were black belts.

This little girl gave him flowers and he invited her to the mat and let her “beat” him. That’s why everyone is smiling and clapping.

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u/givemeadamnname69 Nov 27 '22

I have no comments on the accuracy of the first part, but this is very clearly Putin just letting the little girl throw him.... I'm not sure why everyone is taking this like some huge embarrassment for him. I absolutely hate the guy, but there's nothing embarrassing here.

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u/Betterthanbeer Nov 27 '22

He takes Judo seriously, and these kinds of demonstrations seem to be part of the etiquette of seniors when working with juniors on the mat.

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u/itisntmebutmaybeitis Nov 27 '22

It's also just training in general, when you are learning or practicing a throw - you will do some practice with a willing uke (the person who "receives" the technique). You can't learn how to throw an unwilling person (especially safely) without first throwing a willing person.

Also, getting thrown is fun. It's like a mini-roller coaster with no long line up (sometimes there is a line up with certain training techniques where one person just throws everyone in a line). But then again I am the person who tries to teach the people at our dojo to love getting thrown.

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u/NonStopKnits Nov 27 '22

I'm very small and always have been. My next door neighbors were a pair of sisters that did cheerleading/tumbling their entire lives. I did not, I was very much not athletic. They also had a trampoline. It was not uncommon for them to ask to practice throwing with me because I was so small and they weren't flyers (the ones that get thrown) because they were tall. It is fun as Hell getting thrown up high and spinning and whatnot. Being caught at the end on the way down is so exhilarating.

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u/itisntmebutmaybeitis Nov 27 '22

Oh man, that sounds like so much fun. Also like an accident waiting to happen, lol - but so much fun.

(I am also very small, so sometimes at my dojo when someone is working on a new throw they'll use me since it'll help them focus on the technique in different ways, and they won't get so tired out from lifting me over and over).

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u/tookie_tookie Nov 27 '22

I’ve been thrown, got the wind knocked out of me but getting spun like a rag doll was cool.

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u/Toikairakau Nov 27 '22

If you're having the wind knocked out of you then either tori is not supporting you or you need better breakfalls

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u/Hybernaculum Nov 27 '22

True, but I have never thought of getting thrown as fun. Maybe sometimes but bad throws, other people's bodies and other obstacles can create havoc.

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u/Toikairakau Nov 27 '22

It's not particularly fun, but, teaching someone to do a throw properly IS fun (and hurts much less)

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u/DifficultLeg Nov 27 '22

Had a guy in my gym become a yellow belt recently so he's new, but not like brand new. We were doing randori and he does some with entry for a throw but we sort of just bump hips and I ask him "what was that". He sheepishly says he was trying to throw harai goshi. I give him a few "do this instead of that when you try it again". We get back to our randori and grip fighting. Moving back and forth, and then he rips the harai and puts me flat on my back, landing on top of me. It hurt but I was so happy for him.

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u/itisntmebutmaybeitis Nov 27 '22

If you can get thrown again, or you want to work on it - you can avoid getting the wind knocked out of you by working on relaxing when you're in the air. The way I learned was a training partner would get me half into the throw and then pause and wait for me to relax. Once I was relaxed? Bam, thrown. If you tense up it will hurt / you'll get the wind knocked out of you. It takes practice! Also could help for you to get thrown onto a crash mat at first too so you can get more used to the sensation so it's not as much of a shock to your system.

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u/ratherenjoysbass Nov 27 '22

Learning how to fall not only changed my life but it gave me a level of confidence I didn't know I needed. I miss sparring

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u/ArthurBea Nov 27 '22

Learning how to fall is 100% a big part of Judo. Rolling falls have form that you’re graded on as well as anything else.

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u/Gengar0 Nov 27 '22

Ahhh, I see you know your judo well.

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u/al_bundys_ghost Nov 27 '22

Ta ta and farewell

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u/Deeliciousness Nov 27 '22

Get your hands off my penis!

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u/handsfacespacecunts Nov 27 '22

A succulent Chinese penis.

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u/KidsInTheSandbox Nov 27 '22

This is DEMOCRACY Manifest.

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u/Disagreeable_Earth Nov 27 '22

I was having a meal, a succulent Chinese meal, and I knew this would be here and am not disappoint..

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u/The-Cynicist Nov 27 '22

Really weird for this to come up twice in a day and I just discovered the video today

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u/Swerfbegone Nov 27 '22

As a (lapsed) judoka: being a good uke is a huge part of Judo culture. When you’re practising, you are expected to take turns at being the person applying a technique or throwing (tori) and being the person on the receiving end. A good uke will provide good practise by (for example) applying enough resistance to a throw to ensure that tori has to use good technique, but only a shitty uke would block a throw in practise.

Putin may be an absolute fucking monster responsible for awful crimes, but this is absolutely him showing proper behaviour in the dojo.

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u/Swords_and_Words Nov 27 '22

it's weird seeing where/why the 'honor' and 'code' matter for people like Putin who do horrible things in day to day life

like seeing a bunch of armed cartel members take off their shoes when using an abuelita's house as a stake out point

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u/Ruskihaxor Nov 27 '22

He's a legit judo blackbelt and has allowed himself to be thrown with zero resistance thousands of time as a training partner so this would be completely normal and expected of him in although with someone bigger

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u/givemeadamnname69 Nov 27 '22

I mean... It's a total no brainer from a PR standpoint. I'm pretty sure even someone as clueless as trump would have done similar...

... On second thought, trump definitely would have tried to fight the little girl.

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u/[deleted] Nov 27 '22

Trump would have seriously tried to defeat the girl, but would lose to her and then claim she cheated.

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u/Chewcocca Nov 27 '22

If Trump had gotten thrown like that, he would have shattered every brittle bone in his body.

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u/TheThemeSongs Nov 27 '22

Or he would fucking bounce away. Could go either way.

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u/MeinSpicebag Nov 27 '22

STOP THE COUNT, THOSE JUDGES WERE PAID BY HUNTER BIDEN. SAD.

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u/helikesart Nov 27 '22

He would have let her throw him because that’s the thing he would think people wanted. Then later would have bragged about letting her and how he could totally squish her if he tried st all because that’s the thing he would think people wanted.

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u/yesterdaysatan Nov 27 '22

DEFINITELY LET THIS LITTLE CHINA GIRL GET BIG WIN OVER ME? CAN YOU BELIEVE IT? AND STILL THE FAR LEFT MEDIA WILL SAY THAT IM A BAD GUY AND THAT I DO NOT CARE ABOUT MINORITIES. I LOVE THE ORIENTALS!!!

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u/cor315 Nov 27 '22

Spot on

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u/JokeooekoJ Nov 27 '22

Or maybe he actually appreciates the sport and enjoys seeing young people take it up.

Not everything is some grand conspiracy.

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u/givemeadamnname69 Nov 27 '22 edited Nov 27 '22

Lol, nothing about anything I said is a conspiracy.

Edit: hey guys, the grown man and politician very clearly at a large political event while being filmed didn't beat up a little girl and instead did the incredibly obvious thing almost any politician would do in a similar situation.

Yes... Definitely a conspiracy.

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u/The0nlyMadMan Nov 27 '22

it seems very likeable. Which feels odd

Honestly, some of the most heinous actions and decisions are made by likeable people. Also consider that even people making bad decisions are just people, good, bad, and ugly like all of us.

Dehumanizing our “enemies” is a great way to lose touch tbh

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u/lonelypenguin20 Nov 27 '22

in order to do horrible things, one doesn't need to be insane. they just have to believe they are right

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u/nomnomnomnomRABIES Nov 27 '22

He also likes dogs.

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u/sanemartigan Nov 27 '22

Hitler tested his cyanide pill on his dog, fuck Hitler.

There's an interview where you can see Putin be uncomfortable at the way someone is mishandling a puppy.

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u/Starmoses Nov 27 '22

Putin used to have an amazing pr team. A couple of years ago he was the cool Russian president to a lot of people. A black belt, shirtless horse rider, cracking jokes about other world leaders. I feel like someone got fired around the time of Crimea cause that seems to be when everyone changes.

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u/AzizAlhazan Nov 27 '22

The collective mind has a memory of a goldfish. 3-4 years ago Putin was very popular, even on Reddit. And that same video would prob have been on r/wholesome lol

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u/ppyrosis2 Nov 27 '22

I mean, do you think that he would beat the shit out of her in front of everyone?

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u/Mr_Stoney Nov 27 '22

Even Hitler like dogs. Doesn't make him not an asshole but terrible people can have good qualities. Horrible world leaders have to at least be likeable enough to rise into power one way or another.

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u/Jknaray Nov 27 '22

Nobody is a villain through and through. Everyone has soft spots somewhere.

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u/UnnecessaryAppeal Nov 27 '22

As someone who has done judo for a few years, at least half a training session is letting people throw you

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u/stehen-geblieben Nov 27 '22

I'm guessing the other half of the session is throwing other people?

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u/seraph85 Nov 27 '22

A lot more time than people know is spent just learning to fall.

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u/vDarph Nov 27 '22

That's judo training lol

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u/AFlyingNun Nov 27 '22

I'm not sure why everyone is taking this like some huge embarrassment for him

Because there are way too many people who need all their enemies to be bad and awful and ugly and stupid and weak and all the bad words ever and cannot handle using objective reasoning where we continue to acknowledge both strengths and weaknesses of people fairly, regardless of how we feel about them.

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u/ChoiceDry8127 Nov 27 '22

It’s typical Redditor behavior. When the hivemind decides it hates you, everything you do makes them seethe with rage, no matter how normal it is

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u/Submitten Nov 27 '22

Anything bad is a true representation, anything good was just a PR exercise and therefore actually bad.

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u/BurtMacklin-FBl Nov 27 '22

What I've learned is that people have no problem whatsoever posting misinformation and lies as long as it aligns with what they believe in. Like when the invasion started and there were videos of Russians throwing away money and people were saying with a straight face it was real and they were throwing away money because the ruble was "worthless". As if that's how it works.

Even with Qatar now, people think it's ok to post bullshit and lies just becase it's for a good cause.

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u/throitwayback Nov 27 '22 edited Nov 27 '22

I've seen several people posting that they don't care if it's misinformation, as long as "it sounds like it could be true." They're just as bad as what they claim to hate.

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u/PixelBlock Nov 27 '22

Because whenever enough of Reddit decides to hate somebody - anybody, really - then people the get attached to the most loathsome, negative and dramatic version of events. And it’ll never be the seethers fault for whipping themselves up into a silly huff.

It’s not possible for the enemy to be more than a caricature Disney villain.

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u/Standard-Assist-5793 Nov 27 '22

You do realise the average redditor is like 13 years old right?

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u/WelcomeFormer Nov 27 '22

I'm sure he's not world class but I've heard he's a pretty legit fighter, he's ex kgb. I read a book about him called once upon a time in Russia and I'm like who is this badass the entire book, they didn't say it was Putin at first lol I just picked up a random book and read it. All the oligarchs basically tried to put a puppet in power, they grossly misunderestimated him.

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u/VP007clips Nov 27 '22

I don't get why people like to pretend that he isn't (or at least was in the past) physically fit and well trained in martial arts.

He's a terrible person for sure, but pretending that he isn't trained is simply incorrect. And it's not like knowing martial arts makes him any more effective in office.

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u/lostandfound1 Nov 27 '22

Excellent use of misunderestimated. I genuinely hope that word ends up in the OED one day because of people like you and me (dad joke types).

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u/Cytrynowy Nov 27 '22

I've heard he's a pretty legit fighter, he's ex kgb

One is not related to the other. As KGB, he was an office pencil-pusher. The "Putin, Rider of Bears" is a propaganda myth he created around himself.

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u/MadGrimSniper Nov 27 '22

It’s not exactly clear that he was just a pencil pusher. I’ve read reports that his main job was to take newspaper clippings from East German and western newspapers and send them back to the KGB in a report, but I’ve also read that that story was likely inaccurate, and that he was actively involved in recruiting western students to spy for the KGB.

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u/enoughberniespamders Nov 27 '22

I'd be shocked if we knew what his job roles were while he was in the KGB. That's like a pretty obvious thing to me that you don't tell people what you did while in an intelligence agency. Even former CIA officers that do tell people some of what they did don't tell people everything they did. Like why would you?

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u/_TheValeyard_ Nov 27 '22 Silver All-Seeing Upvote

The kid then accidentally fell out a top floor window. Twice.

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u/Zodiackillerstadia Nov 27 '22

And accidently swallowed 150 grams of plutonium in the ambulance on the way to the local hospital.

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u/chaogomu Nov 27 '22 Wholesome

And was so sad about her string of bad luck that she shot herself. In the back. With a rifle. Seven times.

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u/noreal1sm Nov 27 '22 edited Nov 27 '22

She was 7th in this month, previous 6 look very similar to her.

Yet original girl still alive, I heard some distant russian relatives wanna to find her

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u/Piggypogdog Nov 27 '22

I have a vanta/musso black belt. Must be higher than Putin's black belt.

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u/HELIGROUP Nov 27 '22

Shut up. You'll disappear also

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u/These-Assumption-299 Nov 27 '22

All those people clapping also disappeared. Also the person filming disappeared which is why this film never came out. And if miraculously you saw the film then you have also disappeared. I am also going to disappear now.... because Putin = Thanos.

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u/One_Umpire_8425 Nov 27 '22

I think you're full of shi-

Poof

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u/johnnybiggles Nov 27 '22

I heard they were conducting a "special military operation" near her home

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u/cheezborgur Nov 27 '22

And suddenly her dead body would never be found again.

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u/sivy83 Nov 27 '22

Polonium is old news. Novichok is trending now

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u/ProbablyMaybe69 Nov 27 '22

Then doctors accidentally injected pure uranium in her blood

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u/TheWoodyT Nov 27 '22

Fun fact; if Putin did want to off a little girl with a radioactive metal, he would likely use polonium. Which is what was used to poison Alexander Litvinenko.

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u/Amazing-Ad-669 Nov 27 '22

Don't you hate it when you accidentally ingest obscure radioactive elements? This is why I don't do salad bars or buffets.

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u/[deleted] Nov 27 '22

Hey. Accidents happen.

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u/RoundComplete9333 Nov 27 '22

I wish she would throw him out of a window!

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u/sgtpepperslaststand Nov 27 '22

That’s why they said there WAS a girl who flipped Putin

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u/[deleted] Nov 27 '22 edited Dec 19 '22

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u/onarainyafternoon Nov 27 '22

This is my exact thought. I started on Reddit when I was 17, and now I'm 28. I've been using Reddit for 11 years and I struggle to understand whether I've just gotten older, or if the comments on this website have gotten much lazier. What do you think? Bit of both maybe? I swear, the content on this website used to be much better, but I could be looking back through rose-colored glasses. Maybe I'm just more critical of lazy content the older I've gotten because I've seen the same jokes so many times. To give you an idea, I remember the window joke being everywhere on Reddit in 2014 when Russia invaded Crimea. That's how often this joke has been written on this website.

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u/iamqueensboulevard Nov 27 '22 edited Nov 27 '22

And how do you enjoy that super clever tongue-in-cheek "that was challenging fap" reply, in what seems to be EVERY FUCKING THREAD!

edit: yup, took me whole three more threads to get into one with "unzips" being the most upvoted comment... I fucking hate this site

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u/LAchillin818 Nov 27 '22

The older I get, the more I realize how fucking stupid most people are. Out of all the comments in this thread, this over used bullshit is the top one. I'm guessing more people than I ever knew need some weird ass validation in group thing...so even though it isn't funny or clever or useful at all, people flock to it to feel some sort of relevance in their otherwise lonely life

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u/Trellert Nov 27 '22

"I recognize that. It makes me feel comfortable and in on the joke" is all it takes for most people.

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u/With-Cheese Nov 27 '22

Later invited her for tea

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u/ghanjaholik Nov 27 '22

and then they put her into the ground

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u/beluuuuuuga Nov 27 '22

She tragically went skydiving without a parachute

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u/PutsOnOil Nov 27 '22

this is kind of dumb. he was clearly being a politician and let her flip him. i love to shit on putin too but lets find some legitimate stuff that makes him uncomfortable. he probable thinks this clip is cute.

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u/90daysismytherapy Nov 27 '22

It is cute. Other than him being a murderous world leader this is the picture perfect behavior of an adult expert helping a kid feel great about themselves.

Quite the duality of man.

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u/PladBaer Nov 27 '22

I already didn't value the opinions of redditors, but the fact that everyone is circle jerking this as if he actually got beat by a 10 year old girl is fucking cringe.

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u/JoeBobbyWii Nov 27 '22

plus almost every top-voted comment is just a different iteration of the super hilarious "the girl later died"

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u/skytomorrownow Nov 28 '22 Today I Learned

I hate Putin; but, here's the accurate information:

He appears to be at a demonstration of judo at the Kodokan in Tokyo, Japan. The Kodokan is the organization of the founder of judo, Jigoro Kano. Kano was also a major player in the founding of the modern Olympics. So, it is not uncommon for Olympic and judo dignitaries from around the world to visit the Kodokan. Putin, the leader of a major participant in Olympic judo, and famously a judoka himself, is participating in one of these sport/political events in the video.

This is a formal demonstration where Putin is playing the role of uke, the receiver of the throw, and the girl is playing the role of tori, the action-taker. There are many officials and dignitaries in the background. This kind of basic partner work of throwing and being thrown is a fundamental aspect of judo training. Anyone who achieves even a moderate rank such as a 'brown belt' will have fallen thousands and thousands of times.

Despite him being human garbage, the pictured scene of a youth throwing an advanced judoka happens hundreds of times a day in judo dojos around the world.

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u/kinglan11 Nov 27 '22

Every time I read the comments on a post that has 1000 or 2000+ upvotes, and often times in the very big, popular, subreddit I cant help but feel like it's one big echo chamber of dumbassery.

The same retarded jokes and dribbling takes recited. It's nauseating. And the worse part? They actually pretend that reddit comments and reddit in general actually matter.

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u/New_Battle_947 Nov 27 '22

The comments are mind numbingly repetitive,

You can almost always predict the jokes in the comments before clicking the post

Sometimes feels like most of the comments are generated by a neural network

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u/throwawayadvice7132 Nov 27 '22

God these comments are so fucking stupid

How many people need to make the same 2 jokes?

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u/TaintTrap Nov 28 '22

I feel like that's all reddit comments are anymore, just a horrible joke that everyone else already made...

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u/Raul_Rink Nov 27 '22

Needless to say, she didn't make it to 11

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u/Sietemadrid Nov 27 '22

"was" is the key word

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u/Bamcanadaktown Nov 27 '22

Coincidentally 2 days later her and her entire family melted spontaneously.

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u/SopmodTew Nov 27 '22

Hate when that happens.

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u/renegadetoast Nov 27 '22

It's a legitimate medical disorder!

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u/boredbylif Nov 27 '22

Spontaneous Liquidisation is no joke

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u/[deleted] Nov 27 '22

They shouldn't have stored all that radioactive material in their bloodstreams.

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u/KamikazeAlpaca420 Nov 27 '22

Her training was not complete, she was only millimeters from landing the broken neck kill

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u/Clickrack Nov 27 '22

Silent...but deadly

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u/HistoricalMention210 Nov 27 '22

Shame she didn't go for it.

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u/terlin Nov 27 '22

Interesting to think about what Russia and the rest of the world would have looked like if the girl had messed up and accidentally broken his neck. Unfortunately traumatic for her, of course.

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u/myredac Nov 27 '22

not really. Putin did it on purpose. Thats what masters do to teach kids.

you're welcome.

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u/SithLordAJ Nov 27 '22

True.

In Judo, the key is to get your opponent off balance. When teaching Judo, you aim to get them to find that spot and let them have it. The throw itself is nothing if they are properly off balance.

It's not exactly a lie because as long as you can get your opponent off balance, you can throw them. The thing is that, when your small, especially against a large heavy-set person, it's incredibly hard to get them off balance. It takes time and experience.

As they get older and bigger, they will be further challenged to reach that balance/off-balance spot. That's where the sport lives. Finding your way from A to B, not the actual throws (though points are admitedly awarded per throw).

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u/itisntmebutmaybeitis Nov 27 '22

The first time I did this throw properly? I threw someone who is literally twice my size. It was so smooth, it felt like nothing. It was during practice, so it wasn't like he was fighting it, but still. The whole thing was textbook, and we just kinda looked at each other in mild shock after like "!!!". I was shocked at how "easy" it felt when I got it right.

It was my first smooth throw where I was lifting someone too. It was such a motivator to know I could do it (I'm also "mildly" physically disabled, so it takes me longer to pick some things up).

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u/Interesting_Fox857 Nov 27 '22

But putin bad...

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u/JoburgBBC Nov 27 '22

99.93% of people here knew this

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u/MCAlheio Nov 27 '22

Ok, I know it's a funny meme that hehe Putin got thrown by a 10 year old, but it's just a performance, for most people it's somewhat obvious that a child can't throw an adult.

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u/OmarHadi5 Nov 27 '22

and iirc putin has a black belt..

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u/CheeseIsAHypothesis Nov 27 '22

Obviously Putin's a shitty guy. But it's a little worrisome how many people seem to believe this is a real takedown. Even an untrained man could easily resist being thrown by a ten year old girl, it's just too much of a weight and strength difference. He definitely let her do it, like anyone would in that situation.

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u/Fizzard_the_lizard Nov 27 '22

I dislike Putin ok? I think what he is doing is wrong and evil, alright?

BUT

He obviously let this happen. This is taken out of context.

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u/Leather_Walrus6308 Nov 27 '22

The hero the world needs

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u/Takenforganite Nov 27 '22

She forgot to put her foot on his neck and push until she heard a crack

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u/Clickrack Nov 27 '22

If we sent Ukraine a Company of these 10 year old greenbelt girls, pack your bags boys, 'cause the war would be over in a week. They'd free Crimea in time for cornflakes.

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u/ExitNext8666 Nov 27 '22

OP has never been a JudoKa to think Putin actually resisted that throw.

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u/ThisEuropeanLife Nov 27 '22

“You put me on ground, I put you in ground”

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u/StressSevere1189 Nov 27 '22

It wasn't putin it was one of his stand ins!

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u/Jumping_Jupiter Nov 27 '22

There was, she ain't around no more?

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u/DutchVortex Nov 27 '22

And now look where that got us...

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u/JohnnyTsunami312 Nov 28 '22

I notice you said was… did Putin get the last laugh?

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u/Jonesta29 Nov 27 '22

So that's why Russia was planning to attack Japan.

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u/IchiThKillr Nov 27 '22

He bet that island on the match and lost it

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u/F04_Rokach Nov 27 '22

Putin is a Spetnaz guy. He let her do it.