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Through the international banking system, he's sinew off of deer as thread. Did you know you can use kerosene on wounds? You can pour sugar in a wound, or honey. And they've got bows and arrows. And duct tape. You can do a lot with duct tape. accomplishing his goal. The international bankers COLBERT (GEORGIA): Probably 20 percent of my food comes out of the swamp. " swamp. Beaver, otter, deer, raccoon, fish. Whatever Well, I relinquished my driver's license. I relin- I bump into. I've eaten owl.

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