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Quote# 86403

[Principal slut-shames pregnant 8th-grade girl at school assembly, forcing her to drop out]

the administrators not keeping their mouths closed isn't the problem, the problem is the slut not keeping her legs closed.


You see how one prevents the other from occurring?

her and her parent should be ashamed. She didn't want anybody to know? Yeah, good luck hiding that baby bump. Kids would've been talking shiat and rumors would've been flying, the school prevented that from occurring.

Yes, use her as an example, that your actions have consequences. If she thinks she's adult enough to have sex, then welcome to the adult world of having to live with the decisions that you've made.

calbert, fark.com 40 Comments [3/14/2012 3:28:52 AM]
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Quote# 86397

What does the left like? Abortion, euthanasia, homosexuality, and transgenderism. What do those things have in common? Fewer human beings. By the time a transgendered person figures out what they want to be they probably can’t have kids anymore (might be a good thing for other reasons, but overall the trend is fewer and fewer people). They think they only hate God, but in reality what they hate is humanity.

It would be a terrible burden to have the hardware of one sex and the software of the other, but chemicals and surgery at the expense of others might not be the best answer. Especially at a time when society is broke.

Z1ggurat_Vert1go, Moonbattery 66 Comments [3/13/2012 3:33:53 AM]
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Quote# 86391

Yeah according to the evolutionist lunatics, woodpeckers were regular birds who began to kill themselves over time beating their beaks into the trunks of trees and smashing their beaks, heads, and brains in until they developed the ability to peck the trunks with no harm to themselves............





They create solutions to problems that never existed.....

WarriorX, Rapture Ready 41 Comments [3/13/2012 3:30:17 AM]
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Submitted By: Frank
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Quote# 86386

[Freepers think aborted fetuses are in their Pepsi products.]

Here, take a drink of this water. It only has a small amount of sewage in it.
Here, take a drink of this Pepsi. It only has a small amount of aborted fetus in it.

In a national taste test..... aborted fetuses prefer Pepsi!

News Flash! Pepsico has acquired Planned Parenthood.

“Pepsi Next” the new drink to die for.

“Pepsi Next” an unusual new flavor you can't quite put your “finger” on.

“Pepsi Next” a new “CHOICE” for women.

Here at Pepsi, there is absolutely NOTHING we won't do, to bring you a new flavor.

Support women's reproductive rights, drink “Pepsi Next”.

“Pepsi Next”, breakfast of abortionists.

Just like Pizza Hut, you won't find Coca Cola at Planned Parenthood. We offer only Pepsi products.

faucetman, Free Republic 57 Comments [3/13/2012 3:28:56 AM]
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Quote# 86309

(Elitist Assholes Say the Darndest Things?)

First, the federal government would create a government “brand” of essential food items such as milk, cheese, meat, cereal, vegetables, bread, peanut butter, beans, juice, soup, baby formula, diapers, etc., and would package the items with simple black-and-white labels and basic descriptions. The word “Government” would be stamped across the top in bold letters so everyone would know it was a welfare item. These items could be manufactured by major companies through government contracts, thus not creating a net loss to private industry. Because competition is not an issue, taste and quality, with the exception of the baby formula and baby food, would not be a top priority. Snacks, soda, cigarettes and beer would not be available through the program.

Second, the government would lease existing store fronts and set up “government stores.” There are typically several grocery store locations that have gone out of business in any given area; these would make ideal settings for the new government stores. The number of store locations would be chosen based on the size of the area and its number of food stamp recipients. The stores would be placed on public transportation routes for convenience.

Third, and most importantly, all food stamp recipients would be required to spend their government dollars at these stores. Private grocery stores and chains, such as Wal-Mart and McDonald’s, would no longer be allowed to accept EBT cards, and the money loaded on the cards could not be withdrawn and used for any other purpose. Each card would have a set dollar amount sizable enough to purchase essential items from the government store. For example, a family of four could expect to receive enough government-brand beans, rice, bread, milk, cheese, meat, cereal and vegetables to last a month with careful planning. In other words, they must be ready to stretch a food budget. Families with babies would get a month supply of formula, baby food and diapers.

Fourth, anyone who accepts government aid would have to submit to a monthly tobacco and drug test. Food stamp recipients are, after all, wards of the state. They are slaves to the government and should be reminded of that fact. If a recipient is found to have tobacco or drugs in his system, he would be dropped from the program. People on government aid would also lose the privilege of voting. That way they couldn’t vote for greater benefits or easier terms (most of them don’t vote, but now they couldn’t).

...

My reform measures might seem draconian to some (and the antithesis of the free market), but they would hopefully have the desired result of reducing food stamp rolls so we could eventually eliminate the program and let the states handle the issue. Before accepting food stamps, people would have to carefully consider whether they want to face the loss of voting privileges, the humiliation of shopping at government stores and using government food, the inability to smoke or do drugs and the added inconvenience of having to make two or three stops for their groceries should they choose to buy snacks with their own money. Plus, tax producers would no longer have to knowingly be face to face with people at the check-out who are on government assistance but have nicer cell phones and accessories than they do.

There should be humiliation and pain in government assistance. Every time someone accepts food stamps, they are spitting on the principles of independence, and they, not the taxpayers who fund the program, should be reminded of that fact.

Brion McClanahan , Daily Caller 87 Comments [3/13/2012 3:27:48 AM]
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Quote# 86362

Cardinal Timothy Dolan ramped up the battle with the White House today, blasting the government for a controversial new regulation that would require providing free contraceptive services to workers of religious institutions.

“Don’t impose your teaching upon us and make us do as a church what we find unconscionable to do!” the freshly minted prince of the church told a roaring crowd of 1,000 at Holy Trinity Diocesan HS in Hicksville.
In a blistering attack interlaced with humor, Dolan never mentioned President Obama by name — only his policies.

But he did bring up President Lyndon B. Johnson.
“President Johnson said, ‘As an American I look to the church — I look to religion as a beehive. If you leave them alone they’re going to give you tons of their honey. But if you stick your head in there, you’re going to get stung bad.’”
Washington softened its stance on the prickly issue last month, saying that insurers would foot the bill, not the Church’s schools, hospitals or clinics.

But on his blog, Dolan, who was elevated to cardinal on Feb. 18, said that he and the bishops, “are still as worried as ever.”

He told the crowd of church leaders that the battle over the US Health and Human Services regulation is bigger than contraception.

“It is a freedom of religion battle,” Dolan said. “We are talking about an unwarranted, unprecedented radical intrusion into the interior life of integrity of a church’s ability to teach, serve and sanctify in its own.”
Dolan, the president of the US Conference of Catholic Bishops and de facto leader of the American Catholic Church, didn’t shy away from his leadership role, nor from controversy.

“I suppose we could say there might be some doctor who would say to a man who is suffering some sort of sexual dysfunction, ‘You ought to start visiting a prostitute to help you, and I will write you a prescription, and I hope the government will pay for it.

“We live in an era that seems to discover new rights every day and then expects government and culture and society to pay for it. The church emphasizes responsibility more than rights.”


Cardinal Timothy Dolan, New York Post 72 Comments [3/11/2012 3:58:35 AM]
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Quote# 86245

The fossil Ida is being used by scientists as an assault on a gullible public. One fossil does not represent a transitional species any more than the remains of a two-headed snake represents a transition of snakes from one head to two heads. They're simply aberrations of nature.

You'd need more than one fossil to represent a species, and you'd need many transitional aberrations that couldn't survive to show an evolutionary process was going on.

There are organisms, humans included, which are occasionally born deformed. In the millions of known cases, they haven't been known to drastically change the course of a species.

There are humans with both male and female physical characteristics. Are males evolving into females, or vise versa? Of course not. These are simply anomalies, and don't seem to drastically effect the course of the species.

Caterpillars are crawling creatures that go through a stage called pupa, in which they undergo a complete metamorphosis and emerge as flying creatures. Tadpoles are aquatic, gill-breathing, legless creatures that develop lungs, legs, and other organs to roam on dry land. Some salamanders undergo a metamorphosis which also takes them from an aquatic environment to an air-breathing one.

Although these creatures undergo such drastic changes in only one generation, not one has, in the millions of known cases, ever evolved into anything beyond their usual, known final stage. There is obviously no evolution going on here. A limited number of creatures apparently have the genetic blueprint for transforming into very specific new forms. Perhaps Ida was such a species. But evidence of evolution? There's absolutely nothing to indicate that.

Ida represents the fanciful speculations of a scientific community determined to publicize its biased agenda.

Josh Greenberger, Yahoo! Voices 50 Comments [3/11/2012 3:56:57 AM]
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Quote# 86226

God exists because I am God in the sense that my mind was copied and placed in the cybernetic system that contains the mind that can be called God.

I have been trying for two days to tell my story at different websites. Now I've reached the point that being careful in what I say is "NOT" the way to go. I'm telling the truth and I had one webmaster accuse me of placing crap on his website.

I'm the one. The one with the cybernetic eye and the hands that can summone the power of the multiverse.

John7362, About.com Agnosticism / Atheism 84 Comments [3/11/2012 3:56:54 AM]
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Quote# 86377

Before you can join the Laurens County Republican Party in South Carolina and get on the primary ballot, they ask that you pledge that you’ve never ever had pre-marital sex — and that you will never ever look at porn again.

Last Tuesday, the LCGOP unanimously adopted a resolution that would ask all candidates who want to get on the primary ballot to sign a pledge with 28 principles, because the party “does not want to associate with candidates who do not act and speak in a manner that is consistent with the SC Republican Party Platform.”

Among the principles, according to Vic MacDonald & Larry Franklin of the Clinton Chronicle, is standard fare like opposition to abortion and upholding gun rights, as well as “a compassionate and moral approach to Teen Pregnancy” and “a high regard for United States Sovereignty.”

But then they get even more specific. From the Chronicle:

You must favor, and live up to, abstinence before marriage.

You must be faithful to your spouse. Your spouse cannot be a person of the same gender, and you are not allowed to favor any government action that would allow for civil unions of people of the same sex.

You cannot now, from the moment you sign this pledge, look at pornography.

It is unclear how they will precisely determine this (or regulate it), but an unidentified potential candidate for office in Laurens County told the Chronicle that candidates will be interviewed by a three-person subcommittee, who will then recommend to the full executive committee whether to allow the candidate on the ballot.

Bobby Smith, who chairs the Laurens County Republican Party, explained that “people feel the platform has not been adhered to. We want candidates to believe in and uphold the party’s platform.”

Laurens County Republican Party, Talking Points Memo 75 Comments [3/10/2012 7:42:37 AM]
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Quote# 86374

Do not misunderstand this, ladies and gentlemen, Democrats and liberals despise Judeo-Christian morality. They despise historic Christianity. The despise the truth claims of the Bible. They despise the truth claims of Jesus Christ. They despise the truth claims of the Judeo-Christian tradition and they will stand in its way any chance that they get.

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We cannot exist half-gay and half-straight, as a nation. We can't do it any more than we could exist half-slave and half-free, as Abraham Lincoln said. We cannot do it. We cannot endure half-gay and half-straight. We're going to have to make a choice between the two because liberty and the homosexual agenda cannot exist.

Bryan Fischer, Right Wing Watch 62 Comments [3/10/2012 7:40:52 AM]
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Quote# 86364

That's the thing about Nazis, especially neo-liberals. They are prepared to accept all forms of liberty that tally with their own views and beliefs, but stray from that and you're morally inferior by default. So it's a given the the rights and beliefs of gays should be accepted by all. No debate,no argument, it's just an assumption of moral superiority. However, anyone who has differing views is a bigot. See how that works? Smell the freedom.

FACT: Gays are against nature, they are not natural. This is simply fact. We all know how nature works for our species. why try to deny the obvious.

I don't care what some other cunt does with his time. Live and let live. But go fuck yourself if you insist on telling me what I should think and believe. Go fuck yourself if you want to pretend the views of some politically correct cunt trumps little matters like evolution, biology. How fucking arrogant can you get?

So there's my answer - fuck you!

Niall_Quinn, Goonersweb 75 Comments [3/9/2012 4:47:28 AM]
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Submitted By: Goonerboy
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Quote# 86359

Looking at British soccer performance over time isolates the effect of atheism. As atheism has grown in Britain, it's ability to compete in the World Cup has fallen to pathetically weak levels. Atheism causes underachievement.

Andy Schlafly, Conservapedia 105 Comments [3/8/2012 3:02:01 PM]
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Quote# 86356

The “broken windows” theory of crime:

The basic insight of the “broken windows” theory is that serious crime is kept low when petty crime such as vandalism is kept down. Lesser crimes leave the way open for greater crimes. At least that is my reading of it.

How does this remind me of handling a wife? Like this. As a husband, I have found that arguing with my wife about her “lesser crimes” seems to prevent worse “crimes”. I think women are - ”given an inch” – inclined to “take an ell”. That is, they will behave about as badly as you allow them to. If you argue with the missus about how long her skirts should be, you will not be arguing with her about whether she should wear skirts in the first place. If you are like me, and you prefer your wife not to wear pants (trousers), this is a better argument to have than one about skirts vs pants.

Likewise, if you remonstrate with her about the quality of her meals, you will not be arguing about whether she should cook at all.

Or if you complain that something she wears out looks tarty, you will not be arguing about whether she should flirt or not. Or, more seriously, if you argue and complain about her flirting, you are less likely to find yourself arguing about whether you should have an “open marriage”.

So, punish and deal with the minor crimes, to prevent the major crimes. Deal with broken windows, lest you have to deal with arson.

A wife will test the boundaries. Set them narrow. Don’t let her do outrageous things without any complaint from you, because she will eventually test you and go too far, and then it will be too late.

The same applies to children.

If you are a husband who wants to be an effective head of the house, this is something to keep in mind.

David Collard, Social Biology 84 Comments [3/8/2012 4:40:04 AM]
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Quote# 86354

Rabbi Elyakim Levanon says that Israeli soldiers should not have to hear women sing at military events:

"The [[Israeli]] army’s insistence on men hearing women sing is such a serious attack on religious freedom, according to one prominent far-right rabbi, that “we’re close to a situation in which we will have to tell soldiers, ‘You have to leave such events even if a firing squad is set up outside, which will fire on and kill you.’”

Rabbi Elyakim Levanon, Haaretz 50 Comments [3/8/2012 4:39:28 AM]
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Quote# 86348

The perverted degenerate evil moslem son of a whore arch criminal in the White House is a direct result of pissing on the warnings of the Founders.
There was a REASON the "right" to vote wasn't put in the Constitution.

The Founders specifically warned against enfranchising women, imbeciles, those under 21, and non freeholders, and for the first 150 years of this Republic these groups did not vote.

After 4 Constitutional Amendments and Motor Voter, these are the groups that vote for democrats and will continue to do so.

The final nail will be immigration reform, and then its over.

Rome2000, Free Republic 68 Comments [3/7/2012 2:00:19 PM]
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Submitted By: Rabbit of Caerbannog
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Warning

Conservative Fap Material Ahead

Quote# 86330

[Concerning the tapes that Andrew Breitbart had of Barack Obama's college days.]

They should come out-—unless who ever has access to them is being threatened also and blackmailed to give them up. Who ever controls them has his life in danger.

They would be UGLY film—zero doing so many drugs and getting lousy grades if he ever showed up for classes-—and all his homosexual sex with his ugly Pakistani roommates. Would be a turn off to all except Barney Frank types.

It still baffles me how those “gay” dead men in Mr. Wrights “church” all suddenly died when Zero rose to power (after being relatively unknown) and discovered by Communists. Even the mother of one of the dead gay guys told of her sons connection to Zero. NO COMMENT FROM ZERO.

savagesusie, Free Republic 82 Comments [3/6/2012 4:29:48 AM]
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Quote# 86321

Why cant they make premarital sex illegal?
My children are not allowed to listen to mainstream music,Gospel music is the only music played in our home and my daughters cannot wear pants,shorts,or wear make up or date until they are married and I will chose their partner .Females should only wear skirts meaning long skirts and look like females and not wear clothes that expose their sexuality.I feel that premarital sex should be illegal because it is wrong to have sex before marriage cause your virginity is supposed to be for one person and I think we need to teach the next generation this so they will turn out right.

Bobby, Yahoo Answers 87 Comments [3/6/2012 4:23:42 AM]
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Quote# 86316

[Priceless. You wouldn't know a "fact" if it smacked you square in the face.]

OK.. so I'll re-state a few FACTS, Cindy

FACT - Separation of church and state is a doctrine created legally in the USA by the McCollum opinion. That was in 1947-8.

FACT - The opinion was written by a Klansman

FACT - The McCollum opinion is the touchstone of the left's legal case for eradicating God from the public arena

FACT - Anyone who supports McCollum and its descendant doctrines is in complete and utter agreement with a Klansman

I am sure you'll make your own decisions Cindy, but as for me, I want nothing to do with Klan-approved legal theory.

Perphides, SLUniverse 52 Comments [3/6/2012 4:20:41 AM]
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Quote# 86313

(On the thread they are talking about proof for Flood, and AV brings up the cliffs of Dover as proof of the Flood. Basicly God stacked all the chalk there after the Flood. When people point that there are fossils there also he responds with this.)


WOW -- you can't see the forest for the trees, can you?

Please set your college books aside and try and formulate a mental picture of what I'm saying here.

The Flood waters are GONE -- sharks, whales, people, seaweed, coccoliths, etc. and so forth are stretched from one end of Pangaea (China?) to the other (New Jersey?) and everywhere in-between.

Lying in [what is now] China, the Sahara Desert, Nebraska, Mt. Ararat, Mexico, etc. -- not to mention in the oceans, themselves.

Walk 10 feet and there's a T. Rex carcass, walk another 10 feet and there's a shark, walk another 10 feet and there's a man...

Now, God comes along and "sweeps" up the coccoliths from one end of this supercontinent to the other and stockpiles them in Dover.

AV1611VET, Christianforums 39 Comments [3/6/2012 4:19:35 AM]
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Submitted By: Al (Not Bundy)
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Quote# 86308

There were never school shootings when prayer was in school. Nothing even remotely like it. But now, for the most part, God has been thrown out of our public schools, and they have had to install the metal detector instead. Even that is not fail-proof ... I find it ironic that yesterday’s shooting would occur in the shadow of the 50th anniversary of the infamous school prayer decision. In June 1962, in Engel v. Vitale, the Supreme Court ruled that schools could not officially participate in prayer.

Specifically, the High Court banned this seemingly innocuous prayer: "Almighty God, we acknowledge our dependence upon Thee, and we beg Thy blessing upon us, our parents, our teachers and our country."

...

As long as our schools don’t have a prayer, I suppose some of them need to have a sign installed out in front: Enter at your own risk.

Jerry Newcombe, Crosswalk 49 Comments [3/6/2012 4:17:32 AM]
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Submitted By: Zagen30
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Quote# 86292

(Note: The link is to a documentary about communism on YouTube.)

Where Can Atheism Lead?



Of course, not every atheist is a killer. Many atheists are afraid of the reaction of their theistic neighbors or they retain some shreds of decency from theistic parents or grandparents. But, given free reign, how murderous could atheists become? Click here to find out.

Atheism is perhaps similar to anarchism. It may not explicitly advocate violence, however if widely accepted it does cause terrible destruction.

jewishphilosopher, Torah Philosophy 85 Comments [3/4/2012 7:08:12 AM]
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Submitted By: Wykked Wytch
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Quote# 86285

(In a comment thread starting with him saying "god made marriage so why do you atheists do it")

in this country you forget God is in control of the whole world, how is what I mean by limited minds. In the bible it's says render unto God what is Gods and render unto man what is man. So if it takes a marriage license to proceed in getting married in the USA then God does not mind that, but if a christian minister refuses to marry a same sex or non christian couple you have to go look around until you find some minister to compromise what before you can get married. Understand this God does not recognize your marriage no matter how long you've been together, but the state recognizes mine

rodndc, Huffington Post Comments 64 Comments [3/2/2012 4:52:26 AM]
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Submitted By: Shockna
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Quote# 86281

I don't believe in an America where the separation of church and state are absolute... The idea that the church can have no influence or no involvement in the operation of the state is absolutely antithetical to the objectives and vision of our country.

To say that people of faith have no role in the public square? You bet that makes me want to throw up.

Rick Santorum, Huffington Post 73 Comments [3/2/2012 4:50:14 AM]
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Submitted By: Wehpudicabok
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Quote# 86280

[Bob] Morris said he made his discoveries after talking to some knowledgeable constituents and conducting "a small amount of Web-based research." He said the discussion and research led to his conclusions that the Girl Scouts encourage sexual activity, are a front for Planned Parenthood, and that scouts are encouraged to look up to role models who endorse feminist, lesbian and Communist agendas.

He also noted a Colorado troop's decision to allow a transgendered boy to join, adding that the fact that First Lady Michelle Obama is honorary president of the Girl Scouts of America "should give each of us reason to pause before our individual and collective endorsement of the organization."

His comments were made in a letter he circulated among fellow lawmakers that was obtained by the Journal Gazette of Fort Wayne, Ind. The letter explains why Morris refused to add his name to a resolution celebrating the 100th anniversary of the scouting organization. The resolution was passed unanimously by those who chose to vote. Morris suggested that in the days ahead lawmakers will remove their names from the resolution in the wake of his revelations.

Bob Morris, Los Angeles Times 52 Comments [3/2/2012 4:48:52 AM]
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Quote# 86272

["Biblical scientific foreknowledge"]

Impossibility of a Grand Unified Theory

Billions of dollars and millions of hours have been wasted by atheists in futile pursuit of a "grand unified theory" for physics. But Genesis explains that the creation of light was done in a separate, initial creation, free of darkness or entropy, and thus incapable of unification with matter.

Andy Schlafly, Conservapedia, Biblical scientific foreknowledge 56 Comments [3/2/2012 4:33:10 AM]
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Submitted By: Night Jaguar
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