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  1. Packrat
    Packratjohn Premium Member over 3 years ago

    don’t worry, dear leader, there a plenty of horses.

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    mr_sherman Premium Member over 3 years ago

    Washington DC has the back half of one you’ve been riding pretty good.

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    mourdac Premium Member over 3 years ago

    “I looked, and there before me was a pale horse! Its rider was named Death” (Rev. 6:8)

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    Radish the old word monger Premium Member over 3 years ago

    Trump will give his lover Kim a new horse, after all Trump is letting Kim build bombs and missiles.

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    S&C = Dismayed&Depressed   over 3 years ago

    Kim has definitely ridden his people into the ground and their premature deaths caused by starvation… his new policy of forcing householders and individuals to come up with a quota of ‘shyt’ for the production of human excrement to fertilize the crops….those crops that are not produced for the citizens of NK… those crops that are only produced for the military and the officials in government…. while the general population starves… Makes you wonder how a leader of the NK people can be so fat when it’s people are starving and dying…. why doesn’t his very fatness provoke a rebellion…. NK policy of using the entire National income for one purpose only… The building of nuclear weapons… might just yet backfire…

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    martens  over 3 years ago

    Looking at the photo of Kim on that horse and comparing it with a similar photo of Putin on horseback certainly makes them both look ridiculous. I wonder that they don’t see it themselves.

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    Radish the old word monger Premium Member over 3 years ago

    Its propaganda for the ignorant masses.

    Kim rode a horse on his favorite mountain, it means he has made a decision, but no one knows what that decision is, yet.

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