Treasure Island

enricus coone


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I have a lifetime subscription to Black Issues
And along with that I get free copies of
Hard Times
Poverty in America
The Hunger Daily
H I V Today
Unemployment Monthly
Suspect Weekly
Ghetto Tribune
Prison Times
Jail Times
Dead Before Age 21 Times
Uninsured magazine
Illiterates Digest
Wanted Press
The Daily Struggle
Single Mother’s Guide To Childcare
High Blood Pressure Cookbook
Defendants Fashion journal
Miseducated Peoples
Sad Times
Bad Times
Worse Times
25 to Life times
and that’s just to name a few of things that come with black issues
And the only way to cancel my subscription is by death
And that’s a completely a different issue

Submitted: Wednesday, April 11, 2007
Edited: Sunday, February 13, 2011
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