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2012-12-05 01:16:07 PM
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I'd follow him, but only if he promises to murder more wealthy ex-pats who make their millions and then run away to tropical tax havens.
2012-12-05 01:14:05 PM
1 votes:
King John was not a good man -
He had his little ways.
And sometimes no one spoke to him
For days and days and days.
And men who came across him,
When walking in the town,
Gave him a supercilious stare,
Or passed with noses in the air -
And bad King John stood dumbly there,
Blushing beneath his crown.

-- A. A. Milne
2012-12-05 11:03:47 AM
1 votes:
Back when MDPV was still legal (now schedule I as of July I believe), after briefly studying reports I quickly came to the conclusion that I would never ever in my life consume this substance. Thanks, John, for once again reassuring me that I have chosen wisely.

/seriously, that stuff is BAD
2012-12-05 09:49:35 AM
1 votes:
He embodies much of what the American public loves in a protagonist: wealthy, good-looking, self-sufficient, bad boy

Ew, scratch the "good looking" part. Also, when people say they like "bad boys" they don't usually mean murderers.
 
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