Tupac Amaru I in the 16th century and Tupac Amaru II in...

On the other hand ...

December 20, 1996|By Dan Berger

Tupac Amaru I in the 16th century and Tupac Amaru II in the 18th century were lost causes who caused mischief. It is fair to infer what Trey is about.

Show no sympathy. The top FBI guy working for the Russians should have known a top KGB guy was helping our side.

Mobutu Sese Seko heard of a part of Zaire he hadn't stolen and went back for it.

So long, Ed-die, it was good to see you again.

Pub Date: 12/20/96

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