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The Biggest Swine of All - Life Magazine, 1939
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The Biggest Swine of All - Life Magazine, 1939

The Biggest Swine of All - Life Magazine, 1939

Published at the end of Life Magazine, October 16, 1939. were these instructions to fold the paper. Can you guess what would appear on the folded article?

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Guest: Cpt. Punk (3099 days ago)
OMG Nick Griffin!
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OMG Nick Griffin!
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Guest: (3098 days ago)
Nope - Someone with far less class than Nick Griffin! Vote BNP - We have the balls to say what a lot of people are secretly thinking!
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Nope - Someone with far less class than Nick Griffin! Vote BNP - We have the balls to say what a lot of people are secretly thinking!
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Guest: bob (3098 days ago)
Latest comment: Hmm - if you have the balls to say what others are secretly thinking, how come you're not saying: "Nick Griffin really IS a fat a r s e who only appears to have two brain cells because he's usually standing next to even more intellectually-challenged BNP members"
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Latest comment: Hmm - if you have the balls to say what others are secretly thinking, how come you're not saying: "Nick Griffin really IS a fat a r s e who only appears to have two brain cells because he's usually standing next to even more intellectually-challenged BNP members"
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