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Ancestral Balance Sheets

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Submitted by Caleb (United States), Sep 20, 2010 at 19:02

You want compensation from the Turkish Republic so you can Repaint Armenia? Sure! Just send a stamped, self-addressed envelope to: Murad VI, Sultan of Turkey, Topkapi Palas, 90001 Istanbul. On second thought, can we just have a few carloads of paint--assorted colors--shipped to you? The country got so neglected because any cash money Armenia gets goes for land mines and sniper rifles.

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