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Wave upon wave of demented avengers march cheerfully out of obscurity unto the dream.
ohh boy..... kidnapping has taken a new form.....
::shaking head in wonder::
why? there is seriously something wrong with the world...or at least some people!
if a contradiction was contradicted would that contradition contradict the origional crontradiction?
WTF? Just reading that made me feel light-headed. That's just......horrible. How could somebody do something that cruel to somebody? Cutting people open and stealing their baby that isn't even developed completely. That once again proves how primitive we are. When there are people like this running around, I think it makes us all look bad, and it makes me sad to hear that one has done this to another.
If people would picture themselves in the other person's place before doing things they wouldn't do them. I normally don't like to use the word evil, due to its indefinite and biased nature, but I think that the "surgeon" and accomplice(s) are in fact evil, and proves that although we think that we are progressing forward in life, we are only really progressing forward in technology.
please remember this is columbia we're dealing with here...not us. in columbia power is measured by the number of AK-47s you own.how primitive we are.
Or in leafy plants that generate a certain bi-product some people are very interested in...
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No, coffee beans of course!Originally Posted by XSquared
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reminds me of cabbage
imagine how the mother must have felt...
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