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Friday, 8 November 2013

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President Putin hopes that one day his gorgeous niece Nadia Volgavich and Eddie Snowden get married.

MOSCOW - Russian President Vladimir Putin recently told the Russian News Agency, Vodkavich, that granting NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden asylum is the greatest Russian accomplishment in over 60 years.

President Putin added that the best political appointment he has ever personally made was when he named Snowden to be the nation's Director of Computers.

Putin noted that he has learned more about the United States than he could ever have imagined.

He has also remarked that he loves Eddie Snowden like a son and he sincerely hopes that he and his beautiful niece Nadia Volgavich end up getting married in the not-too-distant future.

President Putin has had many conversations with his niece and she has expressed to him that she and Eddie have so much in common including a mutual admiration for the Beatles, a love of Dancing With The Stars, the joy of watching ice hockey games, and French kissing.

SIDENOTE: President Putin told Vodkavich that one day last week, Snowden showed him how to get into Kim Jong Un's personal computer. He said that he saw photos of Kim Jong Un when he was just three days old with a toy chopstick in each hand.

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