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|Heavy Oil Load Gives Saudi King Back Problems|
|Written by Rachel Benaim|
|Sunday, 21 November 2010|
Carrying the Saudi Arabian oil wells on your back would be a strain for anyone.
Barrels are being exported daily, and the income being received by the Saudi Arabians is astronomical. It is a wonder how anyone could keep their head held high and posture strait with such a load of responsibility weighing down on them. Well, as recent occurrences prove, they can’t.
Saudi Arabian King Abdulla was readmitted to the hospital last Thursday for blood clotting in his back. Abdullah has been suffering from back problems for months now and has been condemned to rule his monarchy from bed rest for the next few weeks, minimum. Speculations have been made that the strain of the oil business is affecting more than the royal monarch’s back, but his representatives refused to comment. Whatever ails him, we wish the dear messenger of Atlas good luck in holding up the price of oil.