Putin's satellite-tracked dog not a harbinger for anything

Oh, Russia.
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MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin's black labrador dog, Koni, Friday was given a collar that will allow her master to track her movements by satellite. ... "She looks sad," Ivanov said. "Her free life is over." "She is wagging her tail. That means she likes it," Putin said.
It's not like we don't have GPS-based dog collars here in the US. It's just somehow funnier when used by the ex-head of the RKGB. Putin's dog gets a satellite collar [Reuters.com] (Thanks, Brendan!)
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5 Responses to Putin's satellite-tracked dog not a harbinger for anything

  1. Anonymous says:

    rgb? I didnt know putin was a member of the secret agency “the primary colours”

  2. Takuan says:

    so the Predator assassination missile will home in on the dog hoping daddy is near? Bastards.

  3. holtt says:

    Putin and his dog should team up with the Blender Defender maker…

  4. hohum says:

    @2, I believe Joel meant the CMYKGB. :)

  5. agraham999 says:

    Finally…Palin has a new way to track Putin’s dog besides watching him from her porch.

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