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Husband number 2 had a motorhead mode and collected european motorcycles. His brother had a race car ability and both of them raced all of them. We went each August to the Laguna Seca Classic races and in addition the classic slow mo races there were the formula cars which stirred the libido, or as I call it the Libby-Doh. smooches and the rest.


I can relate. The commercial where she gets pulled over annoys me. She starts primping, prepared to show some cleavage or whatever, to get out of the ticket. The cop strolls up to her car, and it's a woman. Danika's clearly disappointed.

Foiled again.


OMG LMAO. One solution offered up: Kick the T.V screen in---OOOOPS no more racing. But it may also make it hard to watch all those movies.

A little piece here a little piece there---Hey maybe Mia will share her TV with you! LMAO!!!!!

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