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Sugar man by Rodriguez, just listen to this shit, got to tell ya', the man is pure genius

 
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Sugar man by Rodriguez, just listen to this shit, got to tell ya', the man is pure genius
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Sugar man, by RODRIGUEZ, just listen to this shit, and tell tell me that man was no genius, I'm not fuckin' kiddin', the dude's amazing...

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Torchia was born in 1620. He was apprenticed in Leyden under the Elzevir family. After returning to Venice he published small works on philosophical and esoteric themes. In 1666, Torchia published De Umbrarum Regni Novem Portis (The Nine Doors to the Kingdom of Shadows), which was in turn based on the Delomelanicon, or Invocation of Darkness, a work supposedly written by Lucifer and that would allow the reader to summon devils. The Inquisition condemned Torchia for magic and witchcraft and burned him at the stake in 1667.
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Re: Sugar man by Rodriguez, just listen to this shit, got to tell ya', the man is pure genius
If that is genius, I'd hate to hear stupid.
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Re: Sugar man by Rodriguez, just listen to this shit, got to tell ya', the man is pure genius
If that is genius, I'd hate to hear stupid.
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I'm sorry, go back to listening Justin Bieber
Torchia was born in 1620. He was apprenticed in Leyden under the Elzevir family. After returning to Venice he published small works on philosophical and esoteric themes. In 1666, Torchia published De Umbrarum Regni Novem Portis (The Nine Doors to the Kingdom of Shadows), which was in turn based on the Delomelanicon, or Invocation of Darkness, a work supposedly written by Lucifer and that would allow the reader to summon devils. The Inquisition condemned Torchia for magic and witchcraft and burned him at the stake in 1667.
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Re: Sugar man by Rodriguez, just listen to this shit, got to tell ya', the man is pure genius
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Torchia was born in 1620. He was apprenticed in Leyden under the Elzevir family. After returning to Venice he published small works on philosophical and esoteric themes. In 1666, Torchia published De Umbrarum Regni Novem Portis (The Nine Doors to the Kingdom of Shadows), which was in turn based on the Delomelanicon, or Invocation of Darkness, a work supposedly written by Lucifer and that would allow the reader to summon devils. The Inquisition condemned Torchia for magic and witchcraft and burned him at the stake in 1667.
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Re: Sugar man by Rodriguez, just listen to this shit, got to tell ya', the man is pure genius
What a load ofjerkit
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Re: Sugar man by Rodriguez, just listen to this shit, got to tell ya', the man is pure genius
take the time to listen to this

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Torchia was born in 1620. He was apprenticed in Leyden under the Elzevir family. After returning to Venice he published small works on philosophical and esoteric themes. In 1666, Torchia published De Umbrarum Regni Novem Portis (The Nine Doors to the Kingdom of Shadows), which was in turn based on the Delomelanicon, or Invocation of Darkness, a work supposedly written by Lucifer and that would allow the reader to summon devils. The Inquisition condemned Torchia for magic and witchcraft and burned him at the stake in 1667.

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