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As just about anyone who's ever worked in an office can attest, one of life's most festering annoyances are people who don't return pens that they borrow.
Now it appears as though Czech Republic President Vaclav Klaus may be one of those people, and the citizens of the nation he rules over are none too pleased about it.
You see, Klaus, whose most notable prior controversy was probably his flat rejection of climate change science—a position that he even appeared on Glenn Beck's show...
Originally posted by DevilJin
Those pens are personalized for each president to use and sign with and probably ARE gifts. My guess is that he did not want to draw attention to himself while the Chile president was talking. Boy that worked out great.
Can anyone say George Costanza?
Originally posted by IndieA
If he was, would anyone care?
Originally posted by DeepThoughtCriminal
Sounds like the media is just trying to drag the man's name through the mud due to his rejection of climate change - gotta love how they threw that in there!
Originally posted by optimus primal
reply to post by SpartanKingLeonidas
i could have gone my whole life without knowing the allegations of thievery against the president of the czech republic. thanks for that skl, thanks.