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Here's what Putin was likely doing as a KGB spy in Germany


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Learn how a young Putin came up the ranks in Cold War-era Dresden.


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r/WhitePeopleTwitter - I wanna see this film

35,202 votes and 1,032 comments so far on Reddit

If you've ridden in a convertible with the top down, or on a motorcycle with a helmet with no face plate, you've probably gotten a bug caught in your throat at some point. Usually, though, you cough and sputter for a bit and the ordeal is over and done with. Sometimes things don't go so smoothly.

Reddit user LucasTheBrazilianGuy shared his epic tale of mental and physical injury at the hands (feet?) of a mere insect.

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