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Putin upset with Russia's Olympic performance

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Nothing in figure skating and hockey, I'm upset too for the Russians.

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Ahahaha, Putin.

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By "analyze" he means "disappear". Here come some mysterious suicides.

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Damn... one guy you don't want to 'upset'.

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Putin gonna kick some ass! haha

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Some day history will analyze Putin and his mistakes. As a political leader he should keep his mouth shut on public TV commenting on things which are not his business. And which officials is he hinting at?

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at least they are doing better than Japan.

It's not the Soviet Union anymore.

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Well Putin, that's what you get for promising 40 medals at these games. You were bound to fall short of your expectations.

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Who is Putin and where is Russia again?

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The Russians have been trashing Vancouver with how horrible the Olympic venues are in their Olympic website. They have posted an article from a British writer who wrote prior to the games that the Vancouver olympics may be the worst winter games. Not so say most of the athletes! Putin is a bitter and feeble "prince" wearing nothing but a tin crown. Anyway, the Russian athletes gave it their all like any other athlete from any other nation. They just fell short... more money Putin!!

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Putin upset with Russia's Olympic performance

He should be.

"Remember 2010" will be plenty of motivation for Russia over the next 4 years.

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It weird seeing Russians not many as they did back when they were the Soviets.

Then again, the Soviets had the best sports medicine in the world. The doctors began to realize they could make a fortune if they share their secret to the U.S. Where do you think the supplements came from?

Baseball players were destroying records which weren't broken for 20-30 years, especially in the HR category.

Unfortunately in 2002, they were now considered as banned substance and the Russians were getting their medals stripped away.

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