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“So damon and stefan is his great great great uncle.”
“stefan, that is a good point; excpet for popular opinion the war is “enormously succesfull”.”
“And I agree, he is far more compelling than stefan … snoozer.”
“The bill goes back to the House – for the Second Time — next week. stefan Says:”
“But it will require a new publisher and quite a few new editors. stefan Says:”
“By any standard that makes U of H first-rate the US has over 100 first-rate universities. stefan Says:”
“As I recall, in the U.S. the Japanese are one of the lowest crime-rate ethnicities. stefan Says:”
“About 12.4 million American travelers to Europe in 2007. stefan Says:”
“And, BTW, these observations chiefly apply to those southern yahoos who constantly come up in these discussions. stefan Says:”
“Plus, you get the mike and control what get says — 24 hours propaganda via C-Span. stefan Says:”
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