Treasure Island

Verlecia fields


'Graywhale CD Exchange' 2/15/09


'Graywhale CD Exchange' 2/15/09


I resistance the thought that something was wrong
ever time I called to find a video game
you would tell me it was there!
for the 5th time i got your place of business and
it was not there~ manger Bob! 2/14/09

or the time i was shopping for video games
and sitting at the bus stop and
loud shot would said

'YOUR ALREADY DEAD'
'DON'T YOU CARE ABOUT YOUR FAMILY SAFETY'

FOR GIVE ME I'M SLOW ON THE UP TAKE! ! ! !

THIS IS MY LIFE OF NO RESISTANCE~

they will not leave me a lone ~
see you don't America untill you know someone who hate you because
of how you are~ weres my dream~

by: lyricvixen someone who get DEATH THREATS

Submitted: Sunday, February 15, 2009

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