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ColdWarBimbo

Sunday March 12, 2017

Once the cold war ended, many of the bimbo’s found uses outside of the intelligence community.  While official state gifts were often exchange in public ceremonies with the leaders smiling and shaking hands, in a few cases more private ceremonies occurred with gifts that would not hold up under public scrutiny.

In this case, this American cold war bimbo was provided as a gift to the Chinese ambassador.  He in turn re-gifted it to a powerful Japanese CEO, who eventually used it as a bonus to the CEO of the American subsidiary for exceeding his targets.

In this way many of the bimbo’s found their way in to the private sector, used as a way to encourage loyalty to the company and stimulate competition within the ranks.

This particular bimbo is rumoured to currently be in the possession of a large Wall St. financial institution, with the top performing broker receiving her each month.

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