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Funny attitude,Lady at the petrol station

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Very classic stories

In Uncategorized on May 18, 2014 at 4:27 am

Very classic stories

The first one story, “worldly reincarnation”

There was once a scholar, and his fiancee made ​​an appointment at a certain period of a day to get married. On that day, his fiancee has married someone else. Scholar by this blow, terminal one. Then, passing a wandering monk, from the arms of a mirror called a scholar to work out to see. Scholar to see the ocean, a murdered woman lying naked on the beach. Passing one, looking at it, shook his head and walked away. Passing one another, the clothes off, to cover the body of a woman, go. Passing one another, in the past, Wage Keng, carefully buried the body. Monk explained that body of a woman on the beach, is your fiancee’s past life. You are passing the second man, gave him a piece of clothing. She fell in love with your life, just to give you a feeling. But she will eventually have to repay the whole life of the people, that is the last person buried her, that person is that he is now her husband. Scholar Dawu, recovered.

The first two stories, “a child’s heart.”

There are a single woman had just moved house, she lived next door found a poor family, a widow with two children. One night, that area suddenly stopped electricity, the young woman had himself lit a candle. Not for a while, suddenly heard someone knocking at the door. The original is next door neighbor’s child, I saw him nervously: “Auntie, do you have a candle home business?” Woman thought: “They actually poor family to even candles are not you do not borrow them, so that was? They rely on the “So, the children shouted loudly said:!!” no “just when she was ready to shut the door, and that poor kids to start caring smile, said:! ‘I know your family must not have” finished, actually from pregnant and pulled out two candles, said: “Mom and I’m afraid you live and no candles, so I took two to give you” the moment the woman remorse, moved to tears, clasped the young child in his arms.

The first three stories “pure heart.”

There is a small town a long time without rain, so the local crop losses, so we set up the priest, ready to open a church prayer meeting to pray for rain. The crowd a little girl, because too tall, almost no one see her, but she also came to attend the prayer meeting to pray for rain. At this time, the little girl brought the pastor noticed something on the stage excitedly pointing to her: “! Very little sister who touched me,” so we follow the direction of his fingers looked in the past. Pastor went on to say: “We pray to God to pray rain today, but throughout the synagogue, she was the only one today with an umbrella!” We take a closer look, and sure enough, hung up her seat next to a small red umbrella; then everyone quiet for a moment, immediately comes a burst of applause and tears views. Sometimes we have to say: child really is not small, they are actually very “big”! They love great! Their confidence a lot!

The first four stories, “We only inconvenient for three hours.”

Luckily the day with her ​​husband entered into a ticket back to her in-laws, after the car they found a lady sitting on our seats, my husband motioned for me to sit in the first seat next to her, but did not ask the lady gave way. I have a closer look and found her right foot a little inconvenient, it does not understand why her husband asked her to give up the seat. So he always stood from Chiayi to Taipei, from start to finish no Miss Xiang Zhewei indicates that the seat is his, after the car, distressed husband I said to him: “give way is good deeds, but Chiayi to Taipei for so long, they can ask her seat halfway back to you, for you to sit down, “her husband said:” People inconvenient for a lifetime, we will not only facilitate the three-hour “heard her husband say, I am quite impressed with such a kind and good-good husband does not want people to know, so I think the world has become much tenderness. Changing your mind, the world might never be the same, life, everything, has the ability to turn, to see how we think, how turn. We will not succeed in three minutes, but maybe as little as a minute, from a different life.

Tom Cruise As Stacee Jaxx In Rock Of Ages

In Uncategorized on August 28, 2013 at 2:52 am

Tom Cruise As Stacee Jaxx In Rock Of Ages
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In Uncategorized on May 14, 2013 at 3:35 am

BEROK GRAFFITI BARCELONA 2007 SPAIN

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Graffiti Bombing – “NEXT” D.O.C . 2012

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The Gift of Creepiness, On Your Wedding Day

In Uncategorized on March 15, 2013 at 3:08 am

The Gift of Creepiness, On Your Wedding Day

Posted by Amanda Hess on Jul. 27, 2010 at 12:13 pm

Creepiest wedding gift in human history? You decide:

The present I humbly send her today is this column; this public note, this irrevocable display of affection and support and gratitude; this worldly absolution from any guilt or sadness she felt between the time she said no to me and the time she said yes to him. No one ought to have to carry that with them into a marriage. I showered her with as much love as I could muster when we were together. I still love her and always will. So I am only too happy to offer my toast to her now, one more time, before she takes her vows.

Politics Daily‘s Andrew Cohen is obviously in a pretty weird place in his life right now. And he has decided to share it with us all! So let us count the backhanded compliments Cohen delivers, as “the great love of my life marries today and I am not the groom” [Thanks to Date Lab for the tip]:

Crazy love: “not enough” or too much? And am I to blame for my own unhappiness, or are you? Oh, it’s probably me:

I had my chance, a few years ago, but did not realize until too late how fleeting my moment with her was meant to be. Whether it was my fault or hers, and, let’s face it, it was probably mine, I will wonder always about the life I might have had with the most loving and loveable woman I have ever known. Sometimes, I finally now understand, love, even crazy love, is not enough. Sometimes, as the romance novelists know, timing is everything.

Hope you made the right choice!!!:

But today is not a day for remorse. It is not a day for lost causes. Today is a day for celebration. The woman I once promised to keep happy is happy. She tells me she is marrying a wonderful man, with a good heart, whom she believes I would have liked had we met in different circumstances. She lives where she wants to live. She has selected her life’s path. All that is left for me to do is to wish her well and to hope that she has made the right choice; that she continues to find in him what she did not find in me. And I am sure he considers himself today the luckiest man on the face of the Earth.

* Did I mention the son you left still talks about you?:

I want to thank her for being so delightful with my son, who talks about her still.

At least my dead dad thinks we’re still together:

Until almost literally his dying day, my dad would ask me about her. Near the end, almost exactly two years ago, I did not have the heart to tell him that we had broken up. It gives me peace figuring that he died thinking she’d be in my life when he was gone.

Even though you’re gone, you helped me discover that I could find happiness again. By impregnating you:

Before I met her, as a single father, I never would have considered having another child. Although it took more time than it should have, I came to realize through her love and devotion that there would be nothing more I would rather do in the world than have a child with her. How many poor souls go their whole lives without the heart-string pull of such emotions?

Thanks for inspiring me to resent most other women in this city:

I want to thank her for being such an inspiration. She did not give in or sell out or become one of those poor women of a certain age in New York who have put their careers ahead of their lives. When we met, she was living in New York but was not of New York; transplanted from the West Coast, she had not allowed herself to be seduced entirely by the City’s charms. She took from Manhattan, like so many other beautiful women do, but she never gave to it her heart and soul. She was always rooted even among the rootless of her age and time. She knew she would one day leave the City, and she did, on her own terms. I admire her for that. I respect her for that. And I love her for it.

Our imaginary wedding doesn’t make my love for you any less real:

It wasn’t too long after we met that I began imagining what our wedding day would be like. My second, her first, I nonetheless pictured her not taking it too seriously, laughing off the little crises that always pop up. I pictured her stunning in her dress and with that smile that would melt me. I pictured her having a vodka and soda to ease her nerves. I pictured us laughing a lot. I pictured myself at the end of the aisle. It was not to be. I’ve known that for years. But that doesn’t make the love any less real.

So . . . was he invited to the real wedding?

http://www.washingtoncitypaper.com/blogs/sexist/2010/07/27/the-gift-of-creepiness-on-your-wedding-day/#more-11682

Obama WILL back tough new gun laws: President says he now supports bill to ban assault rifles as NRA breaks its silence over Sandy Hook school massacre

In Uncategorized on December 19, 2012 at 3:00 am
Obama WILL back tough new gun laws: President says he now supports bill to ban assault rifles as NRA breaks its silence over Sandy Hook school massacre

By David Mccormack

19:09 GMT, 18 December 2012

The White House has given its clearest indication yet that President Obama will do everything in his power to reinstate a ban on assault weapons following Friday’s horrific massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut.

After keeping relatively quiet about gun control during his first term, the President is now poised to push for new gun control measures.

Obama has long backed such a ban, but the White House has said the president can’t act alone and until now there has been little appetite in Congress to enact new gun laws.

 
Touching: The most poignant portion of the speech came when President Obama read the names of each of the 20 young victimsThe White House says President Barack Obama is ‘actively supportive’ of efforts on Capitol Hill to reinstate an assault weapons ban
 
 
 
Presidential embrace: Mr Obama talked to grieving father Robbie Parker, appearing to connect on a personal level
 Emilie Alice Parker
 

Presidential embrace: On Sunday Mr Obama talked to grieving father Robbie Parker about the loss of his daughter Emilie Parker, pictured right in a photo released by the family

 

Then on Sunday, Democrat Senator Dianne Feinstein announced that she plans to introduce legislation to reinstate the ban early in the new year.

Senator Feinstein said the bill would ‘aim at limiting the sale, transfer and possession of assault weapons, along with the capacity of high-capacity magazines.’

She said that her bill – along with a similar bill in the House of Representatives – will be proposed on the first day of the next Congress when politicians return after the holidays.

White House spokesman Jay Carney says Obama would ‘actively support’ Feinstein’s bill and would also support legislation to close the gun show ‘loophole,’ which allows people to buy guns from private dealers without background checks.

The National Rifle Association, meanwhile, which had been unusually silence following Friday’s shootings issued a statement Tuesday which offered it condolences to the families of the victims and announced that it would be making a ‘meaningful’ announcement on Friday to ‘make sure this never happens again.’

The NRA statement, emailed by spokesman Andrew Arulanandam read ‘National Rifle Association of America is made up of four million moms and dads, sons and daughters – and we were shocked, saddened and heartbroken by the news of the horrific and senseless murders in Newtown.

‘Out of respect for the families, and as a matter of common decency, we have given time for mourning, prayer and a full investigation of the facts before commenting.

‘The NRA is prepared to offer meaningful contributions to help make sure this never happens again.

‘The NRA is planning to hold a major news conference in the Washington, DC area on Friday, December 21.’

 
Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., plans to introduce legislation to reinstate a ban on assault weapons early next yearSen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., plans to introduce legislation to reinstate a ban on assault weapons early next year
 
 
The National Rifle Association has broken it's silence on Friday's tragedy in Newtown and claims that on Friday it will make an announcement to 'make sure this doesn't happen again'
The National Rifle Association has broken it’s silence on Friday’s tragedy in Newtown and claims that on Friday it will make an announcement to ‘make sure this doesn’t happen again’

The nation’s addiction to guns was highlighted when it was revealed that more than two million guns were purchased in America during the month of November.

On Black Friday alone, the FBI was asked to process 154,000 background checks for prospective gun owners.

President Obama has pledged to address gun violence in the coming weeks following Friday’s deadly shooting at a Connecticut elementary school.

He spoke Tuesday with West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin, a conservative Democrat and avid hunter who is now spoken out in support of a national discussion on preventing further gun violence.

On Sunday night at a memorial service for the victims of the Sandy Hook massacre, the President said the U.S. wasn’t doing enough to protect its children and pledged a huge effort to ‘prevent more tragedies like this.’

In one emotional meeting, the President embraced Robbie Parker, whose six-year-old daughter Emilie was one of those senselessly murdered.

In one of the most religious speeches of his presidency, Mr Obama talked about how the ultimate goal for a society is to protect their children.

‘You are not alone in your grief,’ President Obama said. ‘All across this land our world too has been torn apart. All across this land we wept with you and pulled our children tight. Newtown, you are not alone.’

Showing he stands with Connecticut: The President flew to Newton on Sunday afternoon and spent hours meeting with victims families prior to the memorial serviceShowing he stands with Connecticut: The President flew to Newton on Sunday afternoon and spent hours meeting with victims families prior to the memorial service

 
   
 
Senator Joe Manchin has said Congress and weapons makers should come together on a 'sensible, reasonable approach' to curbing rifles like the one used in the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School Senator Joe Manchin has said Congress and weapons makers should come together on a ‘sensible, reasonable approach’ to curbing rifles like the one used in the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School

‘If we don’t get that right, we don’t get anything right. By that measure, can we truly say as a nation that we are doing our obligations?’ he said.

He made several references to the prospective – and likely – legal battles that will come as politicians fight for tougher restrictions on guns in the wake of the shooting.

He avoided specific plans, but took aim at the arguments made by activists who point to the Second Amendment’s right to bear arms as a reason to keep guns accessible.

‘Are we prepared to say that such violence visited upon our children year after year after year is somehow the price of our freedom?’ he said.

Yet the President also made clear that the cause of gun violence is a ‘complex’ range of issues, perhaps an acknowledgment to those who are against stronger gun control.

‘We will be told that the causes of such violence will be complex and that is true. No single law, no set of laws can eliminate evil from the world or prevent every senseless act of violence in our society,’ he said.

Emotional: President Obama spoke slowly and deliberately during the memorial service on Sunday night

Touching: The most poignant portion of the speech came when President Obama read the names of each of the 20 young victims

 
 

‘But that can’t be an excuse for inaction. Surely we can do better than this,’ the President added.

A particularly poignant moment came in the speech when Mr Obama read the first names of all 20 children who died in the shooting.

‘We can’t accept events like this as routine. Are we really prepared to say that we’re powerless in the face of such carnage?’ he said, referring to the four other mass shootings that have taken place since Mr Obama was elected.

In the hours that followed Friday’s tragedy, a number of public figures spoke out in favor of greater gun control legislation.

‘The country needs [Obama] to send a bill to Congress to fix this problem,’ said New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg in a statement after the Newtown attack.

‘Calling for “meaningful action” is not enough. We need immediate action,’ he said. ‘We have heard all the rhetoric before. What we have not seen is leadership – not from the White House and not from Congress.’

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Shocked: The President was close to tears on Friday when he first spoke in the aftermath of the tragedy

Former Astronaut Mark Kelly, husband of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords who was shot in Tucson last year, called on lawmakers and the president to ‘stand up and do what is right.’

‘This time our response must consist of more than regret, sorrow, and condolence,’ he said in a statement on Facebook. ‘This can no longer wait.’

The president was seen as loathe to revive a public gun debate ahead of the 2012 election campaign, because it was seen as such a divisive issue. But during the second presidential debate in October he said that he is ready to take new action on gun control, including the reintroduction of the assault weapons ban.

A 10-year federal ban on the sale of some semi-automatic weapons – dubbed ‘assault’ weapons – expired in 2004 and has not been renewed despite several attempts. Obama had said in 2008 that he would push for renewal in his first term, but that effort never materialized.

OBAMA’S CHANGING STANCE ON GUNS THROUGH THE YEARS

As an Illinois state senator from 1997-2004, Obama supported banning all forms of semiautomatic weapons and tighter state restrictions generally on firearms, including a failed effort to limit handgun purchases to one per month.

2005: In the U.S. Senate, Obama votes against protecting firearms makers and dealers from lawsuits over misuse of their products by others. The bill is signed into law by President George W. Bush.

2008: During his first presidential campaign, Obama supports a return to the federal ban on assault weapons, which began during the Clinton administration and expired under Bush.

He also endorses requiring background checks for buyers at gun shows. The National Rifle Association attacks him as an anti-gun zealot – a stand the group continues to take.

April 2008: Obama is criticized for elitism after sounding dismissive of gun owners in a talk to campaign donors. He said voters in struggling small towns in Middle America ‘cling to guns or religion or antipathy to people who aren’t like them’ to explain their frustrations.

September 2008: Obama seeks to reassure gun owners: ‘I believe in people’s lawful right to bear arms. … There are some common-sense gun safety laws that I believe in. But I am not going to take your guns away.’

Nonetheless, gun sales go up when Obama wins, apparently because of fear that new restrictions are imminent under his administration.

2009: As president, Obama signs legislation allowing people to carry concealed weapons in the Grand Canyon, Yellowstone and other national parks and wildlife refuges and another measure that lets people carry guns in their checked bags on Amtrak trains.

2010: The Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence gives Obama a grade of ‘F’ for failing to push even the gun restrictions he supported while campaigning.

2011: Obama says the shooting that severely wounded then-Rep. Gabriel Giffords and killed six people should lead to ‘a new discussion of how we can keep America safe for all our people.’

He calls for ‘sound and effective steps’ to keep guns out of the hands of criminals, including strengthening background checks on gun buyers. But he’s short on specifics and no new initiative is proposed by his administration.

March 2012: Obama calls the fatal shooting of black teenager Trayvon Martin by a neighborhood watch volunteer in Florida ‘a tragedy,’ saying Americans should do some soul-searching and ‘examine the laws’ to figure out why it happened.

He didn’t call for any legal changes in response to the case, which mostly brought attention to some states’ ‘stand your ground’ laws making it easier for a shooter to claim self-defense.

Indeed, most gun regulations are imposed by states. The primary federal law is the Brady law requiring background checks on firearms purchasers.

July 2012: Obama says he’s heartbroken by the Aurora, Colorado movie theater massacre and calls on the country to unite in prayer for the victims. ‘If there’s anything to take away from this tragedy it’s the reminder that life is very fragile, our time here is limited and it is precious.’

Asked whether the shooting should prompt a new review of gun laws, White House spokesman Jay Carney declines to comment beyond reiterating Obama’s existing stance in support of ‘common-sense measures that protect Second Amendment rights of Americans, while ensuring that those who should not have guns under existing law do not get them.’

December 2012: In the aftermath of the Sandy Hook school massacre, the president says he will ‘use whatever power this office holds’ to stop massacres like the slaughter at the school. He also hints at a fresh effort to curb the spread of guns, saying there is no ‘excuse for inaction.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2250157/Obama-WILL-tough-new-gun-laws-President-says-supports-ban-assault-rifles-NRA-breaks-silence-Sandy-Hook-school-massacre.html#ixzz2FSllirJI

Pakistan militants kill 5 women from U.N.-backed polio vaccination program

In Uncategorized on December 19, 2012 at 2:08 am

Pakistan militants kill 5 women from U.N.-backed polio vaccination program

December 18, 2012, 11:10 AM

KARACHI, Pakistan Gunmen shot dead five women working on U.N.-backed polio vaccination efforts in two different Pakistani cities on Tuesday, officials said, a major setback for a campaign that international health officials consider vital to contain the crippling disease but which Taliban insurgents say is a cover for espionage.

 

Pakistan is one of only three countries where polio is endemic. Militants however accuse health workers of acting as spies for the U.S. and claim the vaccine makes sterile. Taliban children commanders in the troubled northwest tribal region have also said vaccinations can’t go forward until the U.S. stops drone strikes in the country.

 

Insurgent opposition to the campaign grew last year after it was revealed that a Pakistani doctor ran a fake vaccination program to try and help the CIA track down al Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden, who was hiding in the town of Abbottabad in the country’s northwest.

The Taliban have targeted previous anti-polio campaigns, but this has been a particularly deadly week. The government is in the middle of a three-day vaccination drive targeting high risk areas of the country as part of an effort to immunize millions of children under the age of five.

 

The women who were killed Tuesday — three of whom were teenagers — were all shot in the head at close range. Four of them were gunned down in the southern port city of Karachi, and the fifth in a village outside the northwest city of Peshawar. Two men who were working alongside the women were also critically wounded in Karachi.

 

The attacks in Karachi were well-coordinated and occurred within 15 minutes in three different areas of the city that are far apart, said police spokesman Imran Shoukat. In each case, the gunmen used 9 millimeter pistols. Two of the women were teenagers, aged 18 and 19, and the other two were in their 40s, he said.

 

Two of the women were killed while they were in a house giving children polio drops, said Shoukat. The other two were traveling between houses when they were attacked, he said.

 

On Monday another person working on the anti-polio campaign, a male volunteer, was gunned down in Karachi. Taliban militants also killed three soldiers in an ambush of an army convoy escorting a vaccination team in the northwest.

 

Officials in Karachi responded to the attacks by suspending the vaccination campaign in the city, said Sagheer Ahmed, the health minister for surrounding Sindh province. The campaign started on Monday and was supposed to run through Wednesday, he said.

 

Immunization was suspended in Karachi in July as well after a local volunteer was shot to death and two U.N. staff were wounded.

 

Janbaz Afridi, a senior health official in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, where the fifth woman was killed, said the shootings would not stop the local government from continuing its vaccination program in the province and the neighboring tribal region, the main sanctuary for Taliban militants in the country.

 

“These incidents are depressing and may cause difficulties in the anti-polio drive, but people should not lose heart,” said Afridi. “The government is very serious, and we are determined to eliminate polio despite all odds and difficult conditions.”

 

The shootings in Karachi all took place in areas mainly populated by ethnic Pashtuns, said Ahmed, the health minister. The Taliban are a Pashtun-dominated movement, and many militants are reported to be hiding in these communities in the city.

 

Rukhsana Bibi, whose 18-year-old daughter Madiha was killed in Karachi, seemed to blame the organizers of the vaccination campaign for her death.

 

“Why are you doing this by coming here?” said Bibi, standing next to her daughter’s body at the hospital. “This is a prohibited area. Taliban are here.”

 

Madiha was the only source of income for the family, which includes seven other children, said Bibi, whose husband is too sick to work.

 

The woman who was killed in the northwest was also a teenager and was shot by gunmen on a motorcycle as she was working with her sister in the village of Shinkai Hindkian, said Afridi, the local health official. She was rushed to the hospital after the attack but eventually died from her injuries, said Afridi.

 

Another official in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, information minister Mian Iftikhar Hussain, said the woman was shot by her cousin because of a family dispute. He said she was working on the anti-polio campaign at the time, but he claimed the two things were unrelated.

 

Polio usually infects children living in unsanitary conditions, attacks the nerves and can kill or paralyze. Most of the new cases in Pakistan are in the northwest, where the presence of militants makes it difficult to reach children. A total of 56 polio cases were reported in Pakistan during 2012, said Ahmed, the Sindh health minister.

 

Despite the obstacles, the government has teamed up with U.N. agencies to give oral polio drops to 34 million children under the age of five. Clerics and tribal elders have been recruited to support polio vaccinations in an attempt to open up areas previously inaccessible to health workers

 

Also Tuesday, two men on a motorcycle hurled hand grenades at the main gate of an army recruiting center in the northwestern town of Risalpur, wounding 10 people, including civilians and security personnel, said senior police official Ghulam Mohammed.

 

No one immediately claimed responsibility for the attack, the latest in a string of assaults in recent days that illustrate the continued challenge Pakistan faces from militants despite multiple military operations against the Pakistani Taliban and their supporters.

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http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-202_162-57559784/pakistan-militants-kill-5-women-from-u.n.-backed-polio-vaccination-program/

Home in middle of major road but couple won’t budge

In Uncategorized on November 28, 2012 at 4:40 am

Friday, 23 November 2012 15:33
Home in middle of major road but couple won’t budge

An isolated five-floor building is standing in the middle of a new road that will soon be open in Wenling, Zhejiang province, the People’s Daily reported.

A family from Xiazhangyang village insists on living on the isolated building, because they are not satisfied with the relocation compensation offered by the government, the neighbors said, according to the captions of the photos taken on Wednesday.

To guarantee their safety, neighboring rooms next to them are being kept from demolition, though the neighbors all moved out. The road, which leads to the Wenling Railway Station, hasn’t been put into use yet.

-China Daily/Asia News Network

Anonymous Motivational Quotes

In Uncategorized on October 20, 2012 at 1:37 am

Out of all the toys in the world. why people choose feelings to play with…! ~ Anonymous

Sometimes burning bridges isn’t a bad thing. It prevents you from going back to a place you should never have been to begin with… ~ Anonymous

Never be afraid to try something new because life gets boring when you stay within the limits of what you already know. ~ Anonymous

Faith and determination is what keeps me going. ~ Anonymous

Bestfriends are people you don’t need to talk to every single day. you don’t need to talk to each other for weeks, but when you do, it’s as if you didn’t even stop talking. ~ Anonymous

The Booster Bag Scam

In Uncategorized on September 20, 2012 at 5:28 am

The Booster Bag Scam