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May 26, 2009

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Very funny. Ever notice when a guy wants to make fun of terrorism, he always picks on a woman, in this case May Quay. As if it were our fault! In fact feminists have been on the forefront of liberation in every front of the struggle, which continues. Other than that "hotel" reservation, I'm with you.

Thanks, Mary!

The spelling of Mai Qaruy is not beyond dispute, c.f. Gaddafi, Quadaffi, Kadaffi. Vaseline, meet Velveeta.

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