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Friday, March 26, 2010


Merry meet, I can't win for newish car has a bad engine # 3 cylinder has a bad rod-knock .and oli has a lot of metal in it. sad hah? well keep moving on.I reall wanted to go to the meetup in springville in was my topic crop circle and sings for 2012. Holi is a kristna temple @ 12pm and 4pm.I might be able to walk there.I can buy a clunker car for $300. from my brother,but he got my good car.crud this sucks. Well I've been working on getting my sites in one place.the ones I have starcoven on. Heres that link for you if you'd like to cheak it out profiles/highpriestessChar. Hay come on you know you need a reading or servies or product from me. so go to the bottom of the page and see what ya like. Help a poor begger out ok?!
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