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3 posts. Alias of Patrick Curtin.


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Fayke Azaleas wrote:

Someone hacked my flowerpot, so you if you saw some azaleas doing something, it wasn't us.

The Potter is coming for us.

The dreaded ... Harry?


Moorluck wrote:
Azaelas Fayth wrote:

No... They literally pay someone to search through the Internet for any reference for the Town's Name.

Knowing the current guy he has found this thread.

P.S. Those laws were on the books since 1948 or 1949.

Well if he is reading this:

He can bite my shiny metal ass.

And my shiny metal bwain!


Conspiracy Buff wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Elmo is the only non-human or puppet ever to testify before the U.S. Congress that we know of.
FIFY
Good point! I'm fairly certain that Colbert dude is actually a robotic suit for very tiny alien invaders.....

>.>

<.<

QUIET! You FOOL!


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