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Down the hatch, Dmitry!

September 26, 2008

Hey Blog Guy, we all know about the White House and Number 10 Downing Street, but where does the President of Russia live?

hatch-1-200.jpgThat’s a good question. President Dmitry Medvedev lives in a secret home that can only be accessed through a secret metal hatch in a large Russian city that rhymes with Costco.

Moscow?

You didn’t hear that from me. Here he is waiting on his doorstep to greet a foreign head of state.

Are you sure you’re not thinking of that television series, “Lost?”

Oh. maybe I am. That’s right, Medvedev really lives on an upscale suburban street named Wisteria Lane…

You’re an imbecile! I don’t know why I bother asking you anything!

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Russia’s President Dmitry Medvedev visits the nuclear submarine St. George the Victor at a military base in Krasheninnikov bay in the Kamchatka peninsula, September 25, 2008.   REUTERS/RIA Novosti/Kremlin/Dmitry Astakhov

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oh thats not sus at all…

Posted by Steven | Report as abusive
 

Secret home, accessed through a metal hatch… underground? Sounds like he’s living with Lex Luthor. Or, maybe he is Lex Luthor? Hmmm…

 

Hey, that guy is wearing the leasure suit from my wedding reception in 1977! Now I know where all the haute couture polyester disappeared to: the Kremlin.

Posted by Bobbo | Report as abusive
 

Thanks for contacting us, Bobbo. Actually, President Medvedev admits he’s got your leisure suit, and he wonders if you have access to any more of them?

Posted by Robert Basler | Report as abusive
 

I love the look on Medvedev’s face. “Climb down the ladder again? You have GOT to be kidding!”

Posted by Charlene | Report as abusive
 

Mr.Bin!

Posted by 4ndro | Report as abusive
 

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