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Bush or Putin?

LA Guy

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Well, seeing that Putin is apparently an ex-KGB operative with field experience, and Dubya served in the National Guard, I give Dubya 30 seconds, tops. Well, apparently he's a decent runner. Let's say 1 minute.
 

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This is about watches... what a stupid article.
 

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i favor bush over putin. i'm not a back-door kindof guy.
oh, yes. i said it.
 

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Well, seeing that Putin is apparently an ex-KGB operative with field experience, and Dubya served in the National Guard, I give Dubya 30 seconds, tops.  Well, apparently he's a decent runner.  Let's say 1 minute.
Yeah, Bush is in remarkable shape for his age I think. But Putin has probably directly killed people with his own hands and Bush (though I'm sure it could be argued otherwise, e.g. death penalty in Texas, etc.) hasn't.

Ok --

Nixon v. Putin?
Clinton v. Bush II
LBJ v. Putin?

Already -- I'm spending way too much time on this board....
 

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(LA Guy @ June 20 2005,17:54) Well, seeing that Putin is apparently an ex-KGB operative with field experience, and Dubya served in the National Guard, I give Dubya 30 seconds, tops. Â Well, apparently he's a decent runner. Â Let's say 1 minute.
Yeah, Bush is in remarkable shape for his age I think. Â But Putin has probably directly killed people with his own hands and Bush (though I'm sure it could be argued otherwise, e.g. death penalty in Texas, etc.) hasn't. Ok -- Nixon v. Putin? Clinton v. Bush II LBJ v. Putin? Already -- I'm spending way too much time on this board....
Putin is also a very good Judoka. I believe he is a 3rd degree black belt. But concerning watches he wins hands down. Come on, Patek vs. Timex
 

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Junichiro Koizumi: the world leader with the best hair.
 

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Qaddafi is right up there, though.
 

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Junichiro Koizumi:  the world leader with the best hair.
I dunno. Kim Jong-il has a pretty swell haircut.
 

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(Kaga @ June 23 2005,10:23) Junichiro Koizumi: Â the world leader with the best hair.
I dunno. Â Kim Jong-il has a pretty swell haircut.
...and at 4'6" he looks like a demented little Tolkien character, or is it just me?
 

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Kudo's to the Italian PM for not trying the whole 'man of the people' approach. Rich guy - watch commensurate with his position... and those are some niiiiiiiiiice watches.
 

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Kudo's to the Italian PM for not trying the whole 'man of the people' approach.  Rich guy - watch commensurate with his position... and those are some niiiiiiiiiice watches.
He could be doing the man of the people.The difference is the avaerage Italian is well dressed.
 

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Uhmmmmm....

The average Italian doesn't wear that watch. The average Italian with his own jet wears that watch perhaps :)
 

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