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Wild Wild West

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Submitted by Sword of Islam (United Kingdom), Mar 7, 2006 at 19:30

1. where is Afghanistan on this list of yours?
2. How has the supply of oil from Kuwait changed post Gulf War I?
3. When has the West threatened the interests of UAE?
4. What the f**k do China and Mexico have to do with any of this?

If you can answer one of the above questions in factual terms that you can back up with information from verifiable sources I may stop laughing at you long enough to actually read it. Keep the jokes coming!
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