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Former KGB Spy Poisoned

Alexander Litvinenko, a former Soviet spy and critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin, was hospitalized in London after being poisoned. What do you think?
  • “Leave it to the Bond marketing team to really up the ante for opening weekend.”

    Linda Koelsch
    Dog Groomer
  • “Man. Every time a Russian starts to go bald and gaunt, he's all, ‘I was poisoned!’”

    Robert Pugh
    Systems Analyst
  • “You can't trust a Soviet spy. All those former KGB spooks are corrupt megalomaniacs—except, of course for Putin.”

    Kelly O'Grady
    Jobs Counselor