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2012-04-02 09:31:46 AM
It seems the Romneybot has an almost-exact replica.

Creepy smile and everything.
 
2012-04-02 09:40:57 AM
Oh, no question. Her human approximation subroutines are far superior. Too bad she has a fatal bug.

/and i mean that
//seems like a nice lady
 
2012-04-02 01:20:53 PM

xanadian: It seems the Romneybot has an almost-exact replica.

Creepy smile and everything.


I wonder if you can buy real doll copies of him. He's not bad looking.
 
2012-04-02 01:28:01 PM

SphericalTime: xanadian: It seems the Romneybot has an almost-exact replica.

Creepy smile and everything.

I wonder if you can buy real doll copies of him. He's not bad looking.


3 posts in and
www.demotivationalposters.org
 
2012-04-02 01:42:29 PM
Yes, and this would mean something if she were actually running against him.

On another note: She wouldn't be the first person I've seen, who tries to convince everyone that her husband is actually a caring and compassionate individual despite how he acts.
 
2012-04-02 02:19:42 PM
farm6.static.flickr.com

You're in a desert, walking along in the sand, when all of a sudden you look down...
 
2012-04-02 02:44:19 PM
Who? Why do we (the Democrats) fear her?
 
2012-04-02 02:53:11 PM

Cythraul: Who? Why do we (the Democrats) fear her?


didn't you get the memo? we fear strong conservative women

favorite variant of this is a conservative talking head, think it was Coulter, said something along the lines of Republicans should run Condoleezza Rice because no liberal could vote against a black woman!
 
2012-04-02 03:38:02 PM

zedster: Cythraul: Who? Why do we (the Democrats) fear her?

didn't you get the memo? we fear strong conservative women

favorite variant of this is a conservative talking head, think it was Coulter, said something along the lines of Republicans should run Condoleezza Rice because no liberal could vote against a black woman!


Strong conservative women can be Republicans only if they willfully ignore that the party itself does not have their best interests in mind.
 
2012-04-02 03:45:49 PM
I fear strong conservative women. People fear the unknown, and being a conservative woman makes no sense.
 
2012-04-02 03:46:47 PM
So now what they are promoting is that we are electing HER by electing her husband as a proxy of some kind? How stupid do you have to be to elect someone for President because they have a spouse that is a snappy dresser and isn't as retarded as the actual candidate?
 
2012-04-02 03:48:36 PM

zedster: Cythraul: Who? Why do we (the Democrats) fear her?

didn't you get the memo? we fear strong conservative women

favorite variant of this is a conservative talking head, think it was Coulter, said something along the lines of Republicans should run Condoleezza Rice because no liberal could vote against a black woman!


ZING! You see, the DUMBOCRAPS make all of their decisions based on a cartoonishly simplistic narrative so that's what makes this so funny. Take that, libs!
 
2012-04-02 03:49:55 PM
I do enjoy how the article begins with this assumption:

Ann Romney's unexpected rock star status

It's so unexpected that it doesn't actually exist.
 
2012-04-02 03:50:05 PM
"Ann Romney's unexpected rock star status has the political arena buzzing about how her husband's campaign will leverage her popularity..."

Who?
 
2012-04-02 03:50:59 PM
So... she's going to explain to the women of America why Stockholm Syndrome isn't so bad...?
 
2012-04-02 03:51:01 PM
HOST: "But sometimes he comes off stiff. Do you have to fight back some criticism, like 'My husband isn't stiff, OK?'"
ANN ROMNEY: "Well, you know, I guess we better unzip him and let the real Mitt Romney out because he is not!"

*titters*
 
2012-04-02 03:51:37 PM
Mitt Romney: My CPU is a neural net processor; a learning computer. But Skynet pre-sets the switch to read-only when we're sent out alone.
 
2012-04-02 03:52:15 PM
FTFA: >"You can tell when she's off the trail for too long - my dad has got some sharper edges. He's a little less patient. ... She'll say, 'Oh, don't sweat it, you don't need to worry about that,' and distract him. We always call her the dad stabilizer. He needs to be with her."


In other words if Mitt ain't getting any he turns into a real a-hole.
 
2012-04-02 03:52:45 PM

Xythero: "Ann Romney's unexpected rock star status has the political arena buzzing about how her husband's campaign will leverage her popularity..."

Who?


Exactly, I did not even realize he was married. Man she really must have been walking six paces behind him all this time.
 
2012-04-02 03:52:52 PM
F you HTML
 
2012-04-02 03:53:13 PM

Diogenes: Oh, no question. Her human approximation subroutines are far superior. Too bad she has a fatal bug.

/and i mean that
//seems like a nice lady


Let me echo that sentiment. One of the few things I admire about Romney is his obvious devotion to the woman he loves and her equal devotion to him in turn. A good marriage is a beautiful thing. Too bad they back the side that wants to deny others the right to try and build that kind of beauty.
 
2012-04-02 03:54:20 PM

TheBeastOfYuccaFlats: zedster: Cythraul: Who? Why do we (the Democrats) fear her?

didn't you get the memo? we fear strong conservative women

favorite variant of this is a conservative talking head, think it was Coulter, said something along the lines of Republicans should run Condoleezza Rice because no liberal could vote against a black woman!

Strong conservative women can be Republicans only if they willfully ignore that the party itself does not have their best interests in mind.


Worse than that - she's got MS, so if she wasn't filthy farking rich she'd have two big strikes against her from Republicans.

The wikipedia slice on how she treats it (homeopathic woo-woo) would be humorous if it weren't for the fact the Romneys could by the usual $40k/year medications straight from the factory with petty cash, while pandering as hard as they can to the myopic sons of biatches who want to make sure anyone who can't afford medications and treatment waste away; and on top of that reduce the funding towards basic scientific and medicinal research that may one day produce a cure.
 
2012-04-02 03:54:56 PM
FTFA -- "You can tell when she's off the trail for too long - my dad has got some sharper edges. He's a little less patient. ... She'll say, 'Oh, don't sweat it, you don't need to worry about that,' and distract him. We always call her the dad stabilizer. He needs to be with her."


Behold the power of oral sex.
 
2012-04-02 03:56:22 PM

MAYORBOB: FTFA -- "You can tell when she's off the trail for too long - my dad has got some sharper edges. He's a little less patient. ... She'll say, 'Oh, don't sweat it, you don't need to worry about that,' and distract him. We always call her the dad stabilizer. He needs to be with her."

Behold the power of oral sex.


Please. You think the Rombot violates his programming by performing sinful sexual acts? You can't reprogram him!
 
2012-04-02 03:57:41 PM

Serious Black: MAYORBOB: FTFA -- "You can tell when she's off the trail for too long - my dad has got some sharper edges. He's a little less patient. ... She'll say, 'Oh, don't sweat it, you don't need to worry about that,' and distract him. We always call her the dad stabilizer. He needs to be with her."

Behold the power of oral sex.

Please. You think the Rombot violates his programming by performing sinful sexual acts? You can't reprogram him!


ez2du.freeyellow.com
 
2012-04-02 03:57:45 PM
You can't blame Romney. Garbage in, garbage out.
 
2012-04-02 03:58:07 PM
She's just as out of touch with reality as he is, but lacks the political training and experience to understand that she should correct for that effect. I expect great quotes to follow
 
2012-04-02 04:01:12 PM

mark.jms: The wikipedia slice on how she treats it (homeopathic woo-woo) would be humorous if it weren't for the fact the Romneys could by the usual $40k/year medications straight from the factory with petty cash, while pandering as hard as they can to the myopic sons of biatches who want to make sure anyone who can't afford medications and treatment waste away; and on top of that reduce the funding towards basic scientific and medicinal research that may one day produce a cure.


I believe she also treats her MS with horseback riding, a treatment regimen easily available to Americans from all walks of life.
 
2012-04-02 04:01:28 PM
All right, robot chick thread!
 
2012-04-02 04:04:30 PM
She's a nice enough lady IMO. But being super rich like that for so long makes you out of touch with normal people. Not to mention the mormon thing, not even the rich wives can relate to some lady who doesn't know her wines.
 
2012-04-02 04:10:40 PM

Cythraul: Who? Why do we (the Democrats) fear her?


She is Romney's life mate, and can thus confirm that he is a normal human male and like other normal human males has chosen a female companion with which to cohabit and procreate. She may even be able to produce amusing anecdotes which demonstrate his soft side.
 
2012-04-02 04:11:39 PM

Headso: She's a nice enough lady IMO. But being super rich like that for so long makes you out of touch with normal people. Not to mention the mormon thing, not even the rich wives can relate to some lady who doesn't know her wines.


She's been through breast cancer and MS. I think she can probably relate to a little more than just wine.
 
2012-04-02 04:11:53 PM

Cythraul: Who? Why do we (the Democrats) fear her?


Because there needs to be something keeping this a horse race. Because they say so. Because I dunno.
 
2012-04-02 04:12:23 PM

Rapmaster2000: I do enjoy how the article begins with this assumption:

Ann Romney's unexpected rock star status

It's so unexpected that it doesn't actually exist.


No, it's true. I get her confused with James Hetfield all the time.

Arkanaut: All right, robot chick thread!


Yeah! WHoooo.... wait what?
 
2012-04-02 04:12:41 PM

xanadian: It seems the Romneybot has an almost-exact replica semi-organic, replacement-parts growth-vessel.

Creepy smile endoskeleton and everything.

 
2012-04-02 04:12:47 PM
I fear this woman? I didn't realize. Is it because she has a Pinterest?

She's probably nice and all, but I don't want her husband to be president, so it really doesn't matter. Regardless, I'm not going to blindly hate her like our friends on the right hate Michelle Obama.
 
2012-04-02 04:15:32 PM
Does she drive her Cadillac to get to her other Cadillac?

fsedm.com
 
2012-04-02 04:16:01 PM
FTA: "You can tell when she's off the trail for too long - my dad has got some sharper edges. He's a little less patient. ... She'll say, 'Oh, don't sweat it, you don't need to worry about that,' and distract him. We always call her the dad stabilizer. He needs to be with her."

Added a senior campaign official: "It's something we weigh all the time. He's just a better candidate when she's around."


Have they considered switching his power supply to lithium-ion? It has less amperage fluctuation, that may help stabilize his internal clocks and prevent them from desyncing through overuse.
 
2012-04-02 04:17:56 PM
4 pages?

Ann Romney's unexpected rock star status has the political arena buzzing about how her husband's campaign will leverage her popularity in an election in which Michelle Obama - one of the most admired first ladies in history - will have an outsized and substantive portfolio.

Indeed, this 62-year-old grandmother's contribution to Mitt Romney's campaign could amount to the most relevant role a wife has ever played in a presidential effort - softening the edges of a flawed and awkward candidate who struggles to connect with voters.

As Romney closes in on his party's nomination, Obama campaign officials and strategists view Ann Romney as a wild card in the fall campaign - a skilled and articulate advocate whose full power has yet to be unleashed. If she's armed with a passionate vision for a Romney White House, the opposition believes she could emerge as a compelling surrogate for her husband around the country.

(Also on POLITICO: Mitt: Take message to women)

She has, in fact, recently begun targeting women - a demographic Republicans desperately need - talking about the economy and jobs. "I wish Ann, my wife were here," Mitt Romney told a crowd in Wisconsin Sunday, flagging her efforts. "She's going across the country and talking with women. We have work to do, to make sure we take our message to the women of America."

The Romney inner circle is well aware of Ann Romney's potential - but has long resisted any strategy that would separate the couple for extended periods because of the negative impact it has on the candidate.

"I think you try to do both, but we don't want a situation where they're apart for three weeks," Tagg Romney, the couple's eldest son, said in an interview.

"You can tell when she's off the trail for too long - my dad has got some sharper edges. He's a little less patient. ... She'll say, 'Oh, don't sweat it, you don't need to worry about that,' and distract him. We always call her the dad stabilizer. He needs to be with her."

Added a senior campaign official: "It's something we weigh all the time. He's just a better candidate when she's around."

Mitt Romney's stilted personality, coupled with voter skepticism about his core beliefs, has proved to be a serious liability. Polls have shown that the more people get to know the former Massachusetts governor, the less they like him - the opposite dynamic of President Barack Obama. Even when Obama's job approval numbers decline, people still say they like him personally.

Ann Romney, in contrast, exudes empathy and authenticity and offers a window into her husband's character. Just as urgently, Republicans say that she's a living testament to skeptical conservatives that Mitt Romney is one of them.

"She's terribly important in that she is actually Mitt's connection to the base," said GOP strategist Alex Castellanos, who worked on Romney's 2008 presidential effort. "His link to the base doesn't come from ideology. It comes from family values channeled through Ann. She's the authentic core of Romney's conservative principles."

Ruth Mandel, director of the Eagleton Institute of Politics at Rutgers University, said that given "the central issue for the Romney campaign remains the candidate himself," Ann Romney's role in helping to define him is crucial.

"His challenge is still to convince conservative Republican primary voters ... that they know him well enough to trust him as their nominee. Ann Romney's most substantive contribution at this point is not any specific vision or policy agenda; it's her 'expertise' as the person who knows Mitt Romney best. I don't know whether liking her translates into trust for him - but that's her challenge."

Ann Romney currently does have her own campaign schedule - she campaigned solo in Wisconsin last week in advance of Tuesday's primary - but much of her time on the road is with her husband. The campaign insists no strategic decisions have yet been made regarding her role going forward because they are still focused on pulling Mitt Romney through the volatile primary season.

And in a primary season that has seen the GOP front-runner stumble, stagger and sometimes fall, Ann Romney has been invaluable, campaign aides say. Although she spent most of her adult life as a stay-at-home mom, Romney is remarkably confident and at ease speaking about personal matters to large rallies and small house parties - the trials of raising five sons, her 43-year marriage and her health struggles.

With her cozy pullover sweaters and youthful, flowing blond hair, she has tried to shift her husband's narrative from detached rich guy to caring family man who supported her when she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, and later breast cancer.

"I was so sick and depressed I couldn't get out of bed," she revealed in a local TV interview before the Michigan primary. "He told me he knew I was going to be OK. And I believed him. I wish more people knew him. ... Women voters in particular would vote for him if they knew him like I know him."

"She rounds him out," said Thomas Rath, longtime Republican activist from New Hampshire and Romney adviser. "You live with a guy for 40 years, and you're qualified to speak to what kind of man he is. And that's a message that appeals to men as well as women."

She has traveled the country on marathon bus rides with the campaign and taken over the job of introducing her husband at events. She's even made a few stabs at trying to convey the zanier side of the very buttoned-down candidate - a bit harder task. "The boy I met in high school was fun-loving, lots of energy - never seen anyone with more energy!" Ann Romney enthused in Wisconsin.

She also serves as a useful ambassador to younger staff members and the sometimes cranky press corps, who have been dragged around the country in a frenetic primary that many thought would be over months ago.

Her health is constantly on the mind of everyone in Romney World. Although she hasn't had an MS flare-up in a decade, she protects herself from exhaustion (which could trigger an incident), carries her own healthy food and builds in a week every couple of months for horseback-riding in California. She is an accomplished equestrian and has said that she turned back to riding as therapy when she was diagnosed.

"In any campaign, there are always very trying moments when this or that isn't going so great or one more event gets added to a long day and it's never easy," said Stuart Stevens, a senior Romney strategist. "She is always in good humor and it's very physically grueling."

Most important, voters have taken to her. At a campaign event in Florida, the couple split up at a rope line to shake hands - and more people rushed to her side than his. ("She should be the candidate," one man in the back muttered.) The day before the Alabama primary - a state where Romney was never expected to do well - his wife took a solo swing through the state, attracting fawning crowds at every stop.

Behind her easygoing Mamma Bear demeanor, say former and current Romney aides, is also a steely woman with good political instincts - and a disciplined regimen to keep herself healthy. On the campaign trail, she projects equanimity - even when reporters are badgering her with questions she can't answer. "Oh, we're not here to discuss that," she'll cheerfully say.

She routinely sits in on strategy sessions - but saves her suggestions for private conversations with senior staff or her husband. When she declared to an audience last month that she had "decided no more debates" - few who know her thought she was kidding. When the campaign was mulling over how to better humanize the candidate last December, she jumped into the discussion, telling staff, "I can do that."

"She is not a second-string player," Castellanos said. "She's got a lot of running room on her own."

Positioning a spouse in contemporary presidential elections is tricky business - with a lot of potential minefields. Strategists look for just the right message for the spouse to carry - and the right public image to convey to the public - so as not to seem too outspoken or too old-school. In 1992, the Clinton campaign overestimated Hillary's working-woman allure and ran into resistance when Bill started boasting that by electing him, voters would get "two for one."

In 2008, the Obama campaign totally miscalculated Michelle's potential. They sent her just into African-American communities and black churches. Before long, mouthy conservative pundit Bill O'Reilly was calling her an angry black woman, and she was skewered for saying: "For the first time in my adult life, I am proud of my country." Fearing she was becoming a liability, campaign officials enlisted White House insider Stephanie Cutter to help retool her image and develop her own interests to push. Michelle Obama soon emerged as a superstar of the campaign - a fashion icon and role model for young women.

Today, Obama is an integral part of her husband's reelection strategy. The first lady will be tasked with rallying the base - liberals, minorities, women and working-class folks - who love her. She will try to reestablish the grass-roots support that was so important to the president's 2008 victory, and she will focus on turnout and voter registration. Her 20-minute stump speech is meaty and policy driven and includes a conversational rundown of the Obama administration's accomplishments, from finding Osama bin Laden to health care reform.

Romney aides say that Ann will be a critical part of the general election campaign strategy, but there are no immediate plans to dramatically change her message. To date, she has kept it simple and not veered too far into political territory. "One thing we don't want to do is step on her spontaneity. A lot of what she says, she has figured out herself," says one Romney campaign official.

"I do think she can be most effective by talking about what kind of man he is, how he will make decisions, how he can bring the country together," Tagg Romney said.

And there is another reason Romney insiders are reluctant to change the formula of keeping the couple together on the road: Her mere presence seems to calm the whole operation.

"She tamps down the commotion," said Kevin Madden, who worked for Romney in 2008 and is now an adviser.

Madden recalls feeling particularly anxious prior to a debate in New Hampshire about how the candidate would fare.

"I walked into their hotel room and there was Ann and the boys talking to Mitt about everything but the debate," Madden said. "They were laughing and he wasn't being crammed with last-minute facts. Immediately, I relaxed and felt so much better. I knew everything would be all right."
 
2012-04-02 04:20:51 PM

mark.jms: TheBeastOfYuccaFlats: zedster: Cythraul: Who? Why do we (the Democrats) fear her?

didn't you get the memo? we fear strong conservative women

favorite variant of this is a conservative talking head, think it was Coulter, said something along the lines of Republicans should run Condoleezza Rice because no liberal could vote against a black woman!

Strong conservative women can be Republicans only if they willfully ignore that the party itself does not have their best interests in mind.

Worse than that - she's got MS, so if she wasn't filthy farking rich she'd have two big strikes against her from Republicans.

The wikipedia slice on how she treats it (homeopathic woo-woo) would be humorous if it weren't for the fact the Romneys could by the usual $40k/year medications straight from the factory with petty cash, while pandering as hard as they can to the myopic sons of biatches who want to make sure anyone who can't afford medications and treatment waste away; and on top of that reduce the funding towards basic scientific and medicinal research that may one day produce a cure.


I'm pretty sure she also takes proper medication to treat.

She initially used corticosteroids, including intravenously, and credited them with helping stop the progression of the disease.[21] She then dropped them and other medications due to counterproductive side effects.[18] She has partaken of reflexology, acupuncture, and craniosacral therapy, and has said, "There is huge merit in both Eastern and Western medicine, and I've taken a little bit from both."[21]

Or at least she did. I suspect that the corticosteroids slowed the progression of the disease allowing her to function normally enough to pursue a variety of other treatment options, but I sincerely doubt that she isn't still on some kind of steroid regiment (if her disease is truly as advanced as it's made out to be [about which I have no reason to suspect otherwise]).

But pro-tip for people with complex diseases: usually it's some lifestyle changes AND some drugs. I can see why equestrian-ing might help, as it promotes good posture and keeps you limber. But if you're in persistent agony because you're disks are literally being crushed into paste by your misaligned spinal column, then I'm not sure equestrianism is an option.
 
2012-04-02 04:21:20 PM

Scerpes: Headso: She's a nice enough lady IMO. But being super rich like that for so long makes you out of touch with normal people. Not to mention the mormon thing, not even the rich wives can relate to some lady who doesn't know her wines.

She's been through breast cancer and MS. I think she can probably relate to a little more than just wine.


Only in the part where every human animal is afraid of long-term disability or death.

As far as the part of "piss-your-pants-scared you lose your job and thus health insurance", or "my god, how will my family survive my death and resulting loss of income", or "stuck in this stable-but-deadend job because it has health insurance" or "my condition will slowly worsen due to the stress of all of the above", not so much.

You know, the higher-concept "quality of life" sorts of things.
 
2012-04-02 04:24:37 PM

Scerpes: Headso: She's a nice enough lady IMO. But being super rich like that for so long makes you out of touch with normal people. Not to mention the mormon thing, not even the rich wives can relate to some lady who doesn't know her wines.

She's been through breast cancer and MS. I think she can probably relate to a little more than just wine.


Yeah maybe her struggles with illnesses that normal people get will make her more relatable, although I am guessing the treatment she receives is not really attainable by normal people so that actually might end up being a problem.
 
2012-04-02 04:25:00 PM

phritz: HOST: "But sometimes he comes off stiff. Do you have to fight back some criticism, like 'My husband isn't stiff, OK?'"
ANN ROMNEY: "Well, you know, I guess we better unzip him and let the real Mitt Romney out because he is not!"

*titters*


The quote of the year. Can't believe it's not an April Fool's joke.
 
2012-04-02 04:30:13 PM

BeesNuts: mark.jms:

Worse than that - she's got MS, so if she wasn't filthy farking rich she'd have two big strikes against her from Republicans.

The wikipedia slice on how she treats it (homeopathic woo-woo) would be humorous if it weren't for the fact the Romneys could by the usual $40k/year medications straight from the factory with petty cash, while pandering as hard as they can to the myopic sons of biatches who want to make sure anyone who can't afford medications and treatment waste away; and on top of that reduce the funding towards basic scientific and medicinal research that may one day produce a cure.

I'm pretty sure she also takes proper medication to treat.

She initially used corticosteroids, including intravenously, and credited them with helping stop the progression of the disease.[21] She then dropped them and other medications due to counterproductive side effects.[18] She has partaken of reflexology, acupuncture, and craniosacral therapy, and has said, "There is huge merit in both Eastern and Western medicine, and I've taken a little bit from both."[21]

Or at least she did. I suspect that the corticosteroids slowed the progression of the disease allowing her to function normally enough to pursue a variety of other treatment options, but I sincerely doubt that she isn't still on some kind of steroid regiment (if her disease is truly as advanced as it's made out to be [about which I have no reason to suspect otherwise]).

But pro-tip for people with complex diseases: usu ...


There's an environmental and dietary complement, statistically, to MS. Reducing stress and changing your diet is a big thing that helps.

The corticosteroids, in this case, reduce spot swelling from active attacks and therefore help regain motor function.

If she's out on the campaign trail, she's either not that advanced or very well managed. Does she stand and walk? Use the bathroom normally? Appear for more than an hour or so in hot locations? Have any odd physical mannerisms that would indicate lack of appendage control?

I'm not trying to Bill-Frist her, but I've got some experience with this seeing as I've got it, and if I'd played and won that big-ass lottery I'd be much more enabled to treat my disease without relying on medicines to cover what I can't change.
 
2012-04-02 04:31:16 PM
"She's going across the country and talking with women. We have work to do, to make sure we take our message to the women of America."

SURRENDER YOUR VAGINA!
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2012-04-02 04:40:49 PM

Cythraul: Who? Why do we (the Democrats) fear her?


I remember when being "articulate" wasn't a compliment unless you were a shoe shine boy. You would think that people who live a life or priviledge would know how to string a few sentences together.

/Way to lower the bar for Republicans, GWB
//Way to continue the tradition, Perry, Bachmann, Palin, etc.
 
2012-04-02 04:40:52 PM
Trotting out the wives is a standard response to the conservatives realizing they are losing the white women to Obama.
 
2012-04-02 04:57:03 PM
Elizabeth Dole part two. This strategy didn't help Dole much and his wife was far more impressive than double-caddy Romney.

... and when does "We're trotting her out because our guy is an out of touch, lying, gaffe-machine." = "ZOMG! She's a rock star!" ???
 
2012-04-02 06:55:03 PM

Maud Dib: Does she drive her Cadillac to get to her other Cadillac?

[fsedm.com image 230x300]


No, she drives two at the same time. That's why she's so feared.
 
2012-04-02 07:00:38 PM
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