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Awww HELL yeah!


Only if she let's me take the lead stunt coordinator for a drive in the General Lee. I forsee a new career opportunity on the horizon. ;-)



YEEHAW! I think that with your eye for detail, you would be an awesome VP for the Institute. You would definitely make sure that everything was exactly as it should be. Now, if you need any help interviewing a prospective Daisy, I will be more than happy to help, especially if her wardrobe needs to be evaluated.


"Happy deleting you censoring little flabby armed fool"

Isn't even a sentence! At least not in any language I know of. Someone please put the permanent smack on this insignificant piece of human waste! Sandy Zimmerman, wow that's an angry fat girls name if ever heard one. Why are you still here posting your self righteous dribble Sandy? Did the D Cells in your little mechanical friend run out again? Or was it a slow day on the Hallmark channel?

Buzz off bitch, no one wants to hear you! Ever!



You go girl, have a ball!!

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