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Tuesday, 2 January 2007

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Iraq - Folks everywhere today were delighted to learn that Saddam had his own rap band. The little known group was called Twelve Pack 4 Sure.

Saddam began his musical career during his elementary school years. His 5th grade teacher realized that he was a boy of talent and had picked him to play the clarinet in the band during soccer games and executions.

During college he made extra money playing the oboe as a snake charmer. It was at this time that the American band Shangrila was touring the middle east. One of the band's members who shall remain unnamed here fell in love with Saddam and many years later would return to Iraq to meet the object of her long time crush. She went on to write the famous hit - That's When I Fell For The Leader Of Iraq.

Some think this is a spoof song but who could forget those adorable lyrics :


"I met him at the candy store
he turned around and smiled at me
get the picture (yes we see)...
that's when I fell for
the leader of Iraq

My folks were always puttin him down
they said he came from the wrong side of town
( Whatcha mean when ya say he came from the wrong side of town ? )
they told me he was bad
but I knew he was sad
that's when I fell for
the leader of Iraq..."


Saddam lost interest in music until the advent of rap music.

He had grown tired of torturing and raping and pillaging and executions and threatening to learn how to play the accordion around the time that the USA supplied him with the WMDs that he ended up using against the Iranians and the Kurds and turned to rap as a way of expressing himself when he felt a little down.

If you look carefully at the video of his execution you can actually see the wires leading from his hip mounted iPod to his ear phones and he was bopping around to some really boss tunes right before he dropped to his death at the end of that hemp rope.

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