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Angela Merkel was finally put in after France and Italy had the anti Plame hair dryer problems and it lookd like she'll probably go bad like the other Directors at MI5, using the public to pay off running Al Quaeda bills. So, France and Italy don't seem to have colllapsed like Germany, maybe thats because Vanity Fair in the old days was just a way to keep those Time travelling Langley folks freinedly in the future. Why not Paris or Rome. Germany was probably kind of messy, but the OSS did have its origins in WWII England.
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