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I was helped once by this royal zebra who had his own palace in the savannas in northern Zimbabwe and he had a south African accent and was really rich and made lots of fine garments in his textile mills and all the workers in the mills were really happy to be there making wool and rugs and shirts and they would walk all day to get there because they like him so much and this zebra was nice to me too and gave me a cool lemonade drink and I thanked him and borrowed some of his clothes but I forgot to give them back and now I just wear his shirt with his picture on it to help me remember where I got the shirt from so that I can take the shirt back to him one day next when I'm in Africa and you can have one of these shirts too and be apart of the zebra prince experience.
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The EM-50 Urban Assault Vehicle is a fictional top secret U.S. Army project led by General Barnicke in the 1981 movie Stripes, starring Bill Murray and Harold Ramis. Based on a GMC 1976 GMC 26' Palm Beach motorhome, it was heavily armored (including roll-away shutters to protect the windows and other sensitive areas from weapons fire) and armed with machine-guns, a cannon, flamethrowers, a multiple rocket launcher, and assorted infantry weapons. It also featured a fully equipped communications and navigation suite and it could operate as an armored personnel carrier where personnel could enter and exit the vehicle by a power operated ramp at the back. The vehicle was shown to be impervious to cannon fire when it was shot at by a cannon mounted in a tower. Designed to prowl urban areas without attracting attention, the EM-50 could quickly deploy its weapons before an enemy knew it was there or realized what it was. *GET YOURS TODAY. AND SHARE WITH ALL YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA FRIENDS*
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