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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