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Under the Weather, Quite Literally!



 
 
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Old October 20th 07, 09:57 PM posted to alt.support.boy-lovers,alt.support.incest,rec.nude,alt.vampyres,rec.aquaria.marine.reefs
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Default Under the Weather, Quite Literally!

On Oct 19, 6:20?pm, 4s00th wrote:
The weather this time of year can be quite problematic for those of us
with certain painful disorders! So, don't expect to see me around for
a day or so unless someone posts a message asking for help -- or, for
the kind of help that I can give!


Children don't need your kind of "help"...freak

I'm sure the discussions will continue just fine without me for a
while wbg.


They will be better if we never hear from your old, sick ass again....



 




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