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The WLF Participant Who Never Was

Oh damn, this financial crisis is ruining just about everything, including your World Leaders Forum.

Today’s issue of The Australian—Bwog’s preferred Australian daily—reveals that Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd had originally planned to attend the WLF, “but instead [he] met privately with a selection of private financiers and the New York Federal Reserve.”

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    @What nation boasts the largest buttocks of any developed nation?
    Ass-tralia!

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      @.... Are you serious, kid?

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    @'ello mate.

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