From 1991 to 1999, Boris Yeltsin was the first democratically elected President of Russia, leading the way for reforms, rekindling relationships with the West ...
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... and generally hitting the hooch harder than Ulysses S. Grant and Ernest Hemingway's reanimated corpses sewn together like some kind of pickled, two-headed Frankenstein's monster. Throughout his presidency, Yeltsin's tippling habit thrilled world leaders in such exotic locales as ...
4Kyrgyzstan - 1992
In 1992, the nation of Kyrgyzstan - fresh from breaking away from the Soviet Union - invited Boris Yeltsin on over to patch things up with Kyrgyz president Askar Akayev, who would presumably receive state secrets on how to groom his own eyebrows.
Good Lord, it's like somebody shaved Oscar the Grouch.