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Submitted by Dale Brown (United States), Dec 28, 2009 at 17:50

The thought of bombs hidden in ones anal cavity might sound like laughable fantasy, however in August of 2009 that is exactly where a terrorist hid explosives that were intended for a Saudi Prince. The Prince narrowly escaped with his life while the bomber lost more than his shorts on his way to get his heavenly virgins. I might mention the bomber was not a baptist or a catholic. He was a fellow Muslim.

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