-DO YOU NEED SOMETHING? ? ....
SHE CROSSED ME
IN THE LIBRARY.....AND
''Do yo need help? ....somethings? ? .....''
She is a normal customer of the library...I mean a normal tax payer....
shopping for books and magazines....with a shopping basket....and a sack with the last tea spoon talk last resolution....
party....hot (mild!) .... i am not that hot girl....but i am good at my job...
.... self-esteem (needs a tweak! ! and immediate attention)
YOU WANT ME TO
SHE DOES NOT Exist ON THE MAP.
SO YOU WANT ME....to
, , , burn everything...including....blue prints...hard drives...burn everything...i mean everything......the gold is better than anything in an inflation period...need is going to be higher more than fifteen....and the prices are low high to high high...because of the fa king Henri VI or Henri Kiss-anger....policies.....and smartness......
I DON'T NOT ANYONE....I WON'T DENY HER....
not in this economy....
i will burn
her assertic asala aztec
az azzz yak yakiter
fala track 7
azz and her free free....i own ass free....gas policy....free azz
with my touch....and she will advertise for me later...
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