The show, dubbed Game2: Winter, will see 30 people dumped on a Siberian island for nine months.On the island, they face a landscape infested with bears, where temperatures drop to -50c.And the show's organisers say they won't intervene even if contestants break the law.According to the Siberian Times, initial rules dictated that "everything" is allowed, including rape.You may have heard that some controversial documents were leaked last night by Buzz Feed, the juiciest of which alleges that Trump likes to get peed on. The details have been the subject of some amused debate on Twitter—was Trump actually showered upon? David In May, the North Carolina House of Representatives passed a bill that would legally protect drivers who run over protesters in the street. Matthew Hill introduced a similar bill, telling WJHL 11, “The legislation is, if someone’s in a car and they take due care, that’s the legal term. No malicious intent, nothing like that and they accidentally hit someone the protester that they hit cannot come back on them and sue them in civil court. The actual report, which is unconfirmed, states that Trump hired prostitutes in Russia to perform a “golden showers urination show” for him, which Russian authorities planned to use as “compromising material” to blackmail him. The scandal tracks closely with this famous “would you rather” conundrum: Would you rather have sex with a goat but have nobody know, or not and have everyone think you did?
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major Vasili Mitrokhin defected from Russia to the U. and brought with him his detailed, handwritten notes of K.
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In Russia, sometimes we ask our women just to lie down.”It may sound like the start of an “In Soviet Russia . .” joke, but that’s Oleg Kalugin, Vladimir Putin’s old boss at the K. The “illegals” are real, and they really did marry each other.“The Russians have mastered the art of what we call ‘illegals,’ and that’s what this story is about,” says David Major, who was in charge of counter-intelligence for the F. He is an expert on Soviet illegals (deep-cover, non-official spies directed by the Kremlin and operating in the U.