In 200 words, 1 picture, and 3 links

Constructed image of six repeat images, six photos stacked in a grid, two rows of three images each, all the same photo of Vladimir Putin pointing with a pen in his hand, extending his arm out in front of him and up into the air like he’s stabbing something or pointing ‘onward’ (or exuberantly pointing to a reporter in the back of the room, enjoying his celebrity), while he is seated at a table, in front of microphones. Original photo from the kremlin.ru
Vlad the Inveigler | original pic: kremlin.ru, CC BY 3.0

Putin’s the world’s angry ex. We’ve moved on, and they can’t find happiness on their own; endlessly reliving the past, on toxic loop, attempting to get a do-over on the relationship they can’t accept is over. Trying to relitigate the past, drawing others into it. Not respecting boundaries. Causing everyone around them misery.




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Peter Froehlich

Peter Froehlich

Passionate about accelerating valuable change, MBA in marketing, entrepreneurship, and supply chain, BA in comparative literature, English and Latin

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