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Old 10-20-2013, 10:29 PM   #11
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Thats Memphis unfortunately due to work I have to spend several days a week in Memphis.

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i sure see a clear case of child endangerment here for both of them. and true, this is the scum our tax dollars support and fund with foodstamps, welfare programs and housing asistance.
That's my main problem with it. Not just the expense but what it does to our genepool in allowing the stupid and lazy to breed successfully when nature should be allowed to starve them out
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