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  • If so, would that mean HE'D be very pissed at those that want to destroy it, or allow it to be destroyed?

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  • McCain can win all the red states, all the tossup states AND all the light blue states AND HE'D STILL LOSE.

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  • I guess he decided he couldn't disclose HE'D been hunting in those years ... it wouldv'e mocked his own credentials.

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  • WHEN CHICAGO BULLS FORWARD Dennis Rodman SAID HE'D be getting married at a New York book-signing last week, hundreds of eager fans lined up to witness the great event.

    Here Comes The ...

  • HE'D BECOME A regular at the B&H gun shop in suburban Chicago, but last August the thuggish man came in looking for something special.

    Putting Gunmakers In The Cross Hairs

  • For a time I even wondered if HE'D forgotten some of the plots he'd begun, which is not a good thing.

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  • OH, IF HE'D JUST GO AWAY yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'OH, IF HE\'D JUST GO AWAY'; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'Article: The week of April 11, 2005 this column appeared in THE LONE STAR ICONOCLAST and at www. lonestaricon.com in which I expressed my wish, accompanied by some of Tom DeLay\'s greatest hits, that he would leave Congress.

    OH, IF HE'D JUST GO AWAY

  • Meanwhile the guy from the X-Box arm of Microsoft was very excited and enthusiastic and "waxed lyrical on some of the things HE'D love to see in an online game".

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  • "But we move if they start to cast off." what HE'D SEEN was, indeed, Bandari agreeing but not to the loading of provisions.

    Haven

  • AFTER HE'D HUNGUP from talking with Lauren, Sully sat staring at nothing, letting his thoughts drift.

    Sully's Kids

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