10 Questions Pentagon Must Answer To Prove They Are Not Wasting $300,000 A Year

by
Sameera Ehteram
US Defense Department is spending about $300,000 a year studying the body language of world leaders including Russian President Vladimir Putin, says none other than Rear Adm. John Kirby, Pentagon’s press secretary. Wow. That’s a lot of money. We wonder what they may have learned.

US Defense Department is spending about $300,000 a year studying the body language of world leaders including Russian President Vladimir Putin, says none other than Rear Adm. John Kirby, Pentagon’s press secretary.

Wow. That’s a lot of money. We wonder what they may have learned.

Honestly speaking, paying someone to decipher or analyze Vladimir Putin’s body language is a waste of money.

The man needs no analyzing. How much of brain power do you need to work out his body language?

 

So money wasted there.

But obviously all the money should not have gone to waste. Let’s give the Defense Department some benefit of doubt.

Let’s see if they can answer 10 simple questions to decide if that money was well spent or not:

What’s going on with former US and Russian Presidents Bill Clinton and Boris Yeltsin?

What’s conspiring between Prince Albert of Monaco and Leonardo DiCaprio?

Who said what to whom in this picture?

What did Shimon Peres just give up on?

And the Queen just realized….?

What does the Afghani Premier feel like doing every time he sees someone from Pakistan?

David Cameron just had a flashback and it was?

There’s one thought in all of their minds. What is it?

How did the meeting between Xi Jinping and Former Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych go?

Last but absolutely not the least; did the First Lady have something to worry about at Nelson Mandela’s funeral?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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