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Book: The Zombie, the Cat, and Barack Obama - Featuring appearances from The Illuminati, Osama Bin Laden, Larry the Downing Street cat, Queen Elizabeth II, the Cheshire cat and a host of characters. by Christopher Antony Meade
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