Source Pravda.Ru

Russian President Has No Doubles

Vladimir Putin has stated that he has no doubles. That was his answer to the question as to how he manages to stand such a busy schedule. At the same time, Putin said that he was going in for sports to keep himself fit. Asked whether he is superstitious, the Russian head of state answered: "No more and no less than anybody else." President was also asked where he had spent his first earned money. Answering this question, Putin said that when he was a student, he worked in a student construction team which was felling trees in the republic of Komi (Northern Regions of the Soviet Union). He earned "approximately one thousand rubles and that was a huge sum then." The Russian President confessed that he hadn't "put the money to good use."

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