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Putin sometimes tells jokes…

Putin tells an old yarn from the Soviet era about bureaucratic unpredictability: Just one variation of transcript below. Video is actually Putin…

An American spy goes to Lubyanka (the headquarters of the Soviet secret police in Moscow) and says:

— I’m a spy, I want to turn myself in.

— Who do you work for?

— America.

— OK, go to room 5.

He goes to room 5 and says:

— I’m an American spy. I want to turn myself in.

— Are you armed?

— Yes, I’m armed.

— Go to room 7, please.

He goes to room 7 and says:

— I am an American spy, I’m armed, I want to turn myself in.

— Go to room 10.

He goes to room 10 and says:

— I’m a spy, I want to turn myself in!

— Do you have any communication with the Americans?

— Yes.

— Go to room 20.

He goes to room 20 and says:

— I’m a spy, I’m armed, I’m in communication with America and I want to turn myself in.

— Have you been sent on a mission?

— Yes.

— Well? “Get out” and go do it! Stop bothering people while “they’re working!”

Now that is the truth… 😉

WtR

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