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Ah, but the guilty party....

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Submitted by dancer (United States), Mar 8, 2006 at 17:46

is the receiver, not the one who "plays the man part."

This is how Yassar Arafat could be "not one" and still play with his male guards while the host government recorded every sound....

And the mystery disease that took his life remains unnamed.

If the boy grows up to keep earning his living in "certain" entertainment places, then he may be tried and executed.... just don't expect his clients to be with him.
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