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Where’s Vladimir?

The Putin cult continues.  Even though he’s no longer President, he’s still the man. Russians are still curious about Putin’s many movements, appearances, and events reports the Moscow Times.  Where will he be today?  What did the vozhd say on his working trip to Kazakhstan?  Just who are those lucky personages graced with his exalted presence? What a better way to follow the goings on of “Mr. Erotic Dream” than to give him his own website! To quote, Italy’s Gay TV host Alfonso Signorini, “Won-der-ful!”

Putin’s web site, which will be located at www.premier.gov.ru, promises to offer detailed information on Putin’s activities. For example, visitors will be able to click on a horizontal timeline to find out where Putin is at that moment and what he is doing, while an interactive map of the country will show where he has been and where he is planning to go, Peskov said.

“It will be a modern site with good anti-hacker protection,” he added.

Putin will not address Russians regularly like President Dmitry Medvedev has started doing through a new video blog launched this month on the Kremlin web site, Peskov said. But Internet users will be able to send questions to the prime minister.

What’s next a 24/7 Putin webcam?

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