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Sunday, February 18, 2007
(Using) his kingdom for a horse
Fayez Kazak's Richard rides a pathetic "horse" named Al-Umma. He would ride that Umma into the ground if it would help him stay in power. But as you can see, it only goes around in circles. Onward, Rosinante!
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