Putin s Plastic Surgery

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  • Started: 9/26/2011 11:20
  • Ended: 9/29/2011 17:00
  • Level: advanced
  • Entries: 30
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Putin s Plastic Surgery
Contest Directions: In a bid to once again become Russia's president, Vladimir Putin has pledged to lift his country’s sagging economy, nip corruption in the bud, and smooth fractured relations with regional neighbors. But according to the blogosphere and a Russian magazine, so far all the lifting, nipping and smoothing Putin's done has focused on his face. The Russian magazine New Times ran an article earlier this month titled "What Has Happened with Putin’s Face?" Four plastic surgeons told the magazine he likely had undergone plastic surgery – receiving Botox injections in his forehead, an eyelift, and cheek injections.
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Contest Info

    • Started: 9/26/2011 11:20
    • Ended: 9/29/2011 17:00
    • Level: advanced
    • Entries: 30
    • Jackpot:
    • FN Advanced 1st Place $5
    • FN Advanced 2nd Place $3
    • FN Advanced 3rd Place $2
    • FN Advanced 4th Place $1
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  • Vladimir Putin Plastic Surgery Before and After

    Vladimir Putin Plastic Surgery Before and After
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    Vladimir Putin Plastic Surgery Secrets
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    Super Vladimir Putin
  • Vladimir Putin After Plastic Surgery

    Vladimir Putin After Plastic Surgery
  • Vladimir Putin's Plastic Surgery Choice

    Vladimir Putin's Plastic Surgery Choice
  • Vladimir Putin with an Elephants Trunk

    Vladimir Putin with an Elephants Trunk
  • Goth Vladimir Putin

    Goth Vladimir Putin
  • Vladimir Putin Like Alfred E Neuman

    Vladimir Putin Like Alfred E Neuman
  • Vladimir Putin with Upside Down Face

    Vladimir Putin with Upside Down Face
  • Vladimir Putin Stretching His Face

    Vladimir Putin Stretching His Face
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This contest is fueled by the following news: Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin (born October 7, 1952, Leningrad, USSR) – is a Russian State and Political figure, from May 2008 – the Prime Minister of the Government of the Russian Federation. The President of the Russian Federation for the second time from May 7, 2000 to May 7, 2008 (after the resignation of President Boris Yeltsin, Putin fulfilled his duties from December 31, 1999 till May 7, 2000). During the elections to State Duma in 2007, Putin headed the list of candidates of the political party "United Russia", remaining unaffiliated to any part, which was permitted by federal law on elections of deputies. Since May 7, 2008, Putin is Chairman of the political party "United Russia". Vladimir Putin was born on October 7, 1952 in Leningrad. According to his own reply during the population census, Putin is a Russian by nationality. The father of Putin, Vladimir Spiridonovich Putin (23.02.1911 - 02.08.1999) was a participant in the Second World War (a soldier of the 330th infantry of the 86th division of the Red army, he fought the war protecting the Neva patch and was seriously injured). Later, he started working as a foreman in the Egorov Factory. His mother, Maria Ivanovna Shelomova (1911- 1998) also worked at the factory and endured the siege of Leningrad. Vladimir Putin's grandfather, Spiridon Ivanovich Putin, was a popular cook, preparing for the highest party and state members; he cooked food for Lenin and Stalin. Vladimir Putin was the third son in the family - two elder brothers, who were born in the 1930s died in their childhood. Putin's family lived in a communal apartment on Baskov Lane (House No. 12) in Leningrad. After becoming President, Putin said that, since childhood, he was fascinated by Soviet films on intelligence agents and dreamed of working in the State Security Services. During the period 1970 - 1975, Putin studied International Law in Zhdanov Leningrad State University. While studying in Leningrad State University, he joined the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (CPSU). He remained a CPSU member till the party was dissolved in 1991. While he was studying, he, for the first time, met Anatoly Sobchak , who was an Associate Professor in Leningrad State University. The topic of his diploma - "Principles of the most favored nation" (scientific advisors Galenskaya Ludmila Nikiforovna, Faculty of International Law). KGB Service: In 1975, Vladimir Putin graduated from the Law Faculty of Leningrad State University. Putin was directed to work in the State Security Committee. In 1976, Putin completed the "Preparatory Course for Operational Staff" in Okhta ("School No. 401"), certified as a Jr. Officer (Sr. Leiutanant (Law)) in the system of territorial organs of the KGB USSR. After 1977, he worked in counter-intelligence in the investigation department of the KGB Leningrad. In 1979, Putin completed a six month retraining course in the higher KGB school in Moscow and once again returned to Leningrad. In 1984, in the rank of major of law, Putin was deputed to undergo a one-year training in the faculty of the Red Banner Y. V. Andropov Institute of the KGB, USSR, which he completed in 1985 with a speciality in "Foreign Intelligence". While undergoing training in the Red Banner Institute of KGB, USSR, he used his "school" surname Platov, and he was head of the education department and learned the German language. During the period 1985 - 1990, he worked in GDR. He served in the territorial intelligence department in Dresden under the cover of the designation of Director of Dresden Friendship House USSR - GDR. During his deputation, for his long service, Putin was elevated to the rank of lieutenant colonel and Sr. Asst. Head of the Department in the designation. In 1989, Putin was awarded the Bronze Medal for "Meritorial Service before the National People's Army, GDR". After completing his foreign deputation and returning back to the USSR, according to his own words, he voluntarily refused to move to the Central Foreign Intelligence Department of the KGB in Moscow. Putin once again returned to his first service department (the intelligence on the territory of the USSR) at the KGB in Leningrad. According to Putin, he twice submitted his resignation from the KGB USSR in the 1990s after moving into the Leningrad mayor's office. On August 20, 1991, during the speech of A. А. Sobchak against the State Committee of State Emergency, Putin had written his resignation from KGB. Work in St. Petersburg: From the beginning of spring in1990, Putin's official place of work was Leningrad State University А. A.A.Zhdanova. In LSU, Putin was assistant to rector Stanislav Merkuriev (on international affairs). The post of assistant to rector was traditionally "attached" to foreign intelligence.Merkuriev recommended Putin as executive worker to Anatoly Sobchak. From May 1990 - Putin worked as advisor to Anatoly Sobchak, Chairman of Leningrad City Council. From June 12, 1991, after the election of A.A. Sobchak to the post of Mayor, Putin became Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Relations of the Mayor of St. Petersburg. The responsibilities of Putin as head of the Committee included attracting investments in St. Petersburg, cooperation with foreign companies and organizing joint ventures. Putin was curator of the organization of the first currency exchange in St. Petersburg and helped several major German companies to establish setups in the city. One of the first foreign banks in Russia - BNP - Drezdner Bank (Rossija) was opened due to the participation of Vladimir Putin.