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Citzens against senseless gun violence

 
PhilippinoBob

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01/20/2013 12:24 AM
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Re: Citzens against senseless gun violence
your avatar is really annoying
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too bad
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Didn't get it?
Yes, it's truly annoying!
Your post would have far greater impact if you would have chosen a different avatar.
Your video is good.
You got a star.
PhilippinoBob
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01/20/2013 01:16 AM
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Re: Citzens against senseless gun violence
You see these "blue" states only care about disarming people in the south. It is a form of repaying them for the civil war, which they did not even fight. Most of the northern troops who fought the south were foreign people escaping europe, or famines in Ireland. These low life cocksucking yanks will be hard pressed to fight another war. I pray for the day you new england cocksukers fire the first shot in a war you can not win. YOU WILL BE FUCKED!!!!
WAKEUPAMERICA01 (OP)

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01/20/2013 10:06 AM

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Thanks for all the comments guys and gals. The hypocracy of the anti-gun nuts is truly amazing.
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