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nothing sucks like
being in the same conf with smu & utep
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Ole Miss' Coach O on a six pack of beer. 04-drinky 04-drinky 04-drinky 04-drinky 04-drinky
04-23-2005 10:54 PM
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RE: Fill in the blank Pt. 2
I pity all the states that voted for Al Gore ... Most people generally know the IRS audits will focus on states that voted for the incumbent president in the last election (the south is safe for now
11-17-2010 05:16 AM
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