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DO NOT RESUSCITATE THE HUMAN RACE Unisex Slides


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Wetwork (Russian: мокрое дело, tr. mokroye delo) is a euphemism for murder or assassination that alludes to spilling blood. The expression and the similar wet job, wet affair, or wet operation are all calques of Russian terms for such activities and can be traced to criminal slang from at least the 19th century and originally meant robbery that involved murder, or spilling blood.

The operations are reputed to have been handled by the CIA and by the KGB's Spetsbureau 13 (Spets Byuro 13), colorfully known as the "Department of Wet Affairs" (Otdel mokrykh del).



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WHAT HAPPENS IN THE SHED STAYS IN THE SHED


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SASHA PHARAOH HAS MY SIX


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YOU BETTER RUN

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"He who digs a grave for his brother, falls into it himself"

note written on USPS address label, found on street in Chicago (year: forgotten)


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DOVEFISTING

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HOSTAGE NOTE

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"THE MEN WHO KIDNAP YOUNG

GIRLS LIVE AT 4025 N. PULASKI

THE BUILDING CANNOT BE RAIDED

THEY USE THE BACKDOOR"

note found in chicago in 2010