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(Sydney Morning Herald)   As 40,000 Russian troops mass on its new "border" doing "military exercises" Ukraine decides to let NATO borrow its back yard to do some war games of their own   ( divider line
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2014-04-01 02:02:13 PM  
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Mark Ratner: Obscure?

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Yes. Seinfeld is obscure. A show that ran in prime-time for nine years, and is still in syndication is "obscure". After 180 episodes, and countless awards, it's a show that no one has ever heard of.
2014-04-01 02:11:48 PM  
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Medvedev: Vlad, we really, really, need to talk soon.

Pootie Tang: About what?

Medvedev: Well, you lost Ukraine by offering them too little money.
You invaded the Crimea, where we already had bases set up.
Turkey is threatening to lockup our fleet in the Black Sea.
The trade sanctions are gonna cost us over 100 billion.
Now NATO is training right on our boarder.

Pootie Tang: Oh that!
2014-04-01 01:42:41 PM  
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2014-04-01 01:09:48 PM  
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Sin_City_Superhero: Cry me a river...

You are not very good at puns.
2014-04-01 11:19:51 AM  
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Fred Thomspon would you like to weigh in on the advisability of having US and Russian troops conducting combat exercises in that close of a proximity?
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