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420chan is Getting Overhauled - Changelog/Bug Report/Request Thread (Updated April 10)

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420chan stuff Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Cornelius Ginkinbog - Thu, 24 May 2018 18:21:34 EST ID:+uxNeGU0 No.38541
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how do you do spoiler tags. faces. bold text. color text. etc. etc.

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Phoebe Hillerridge - Tue, 19 Mar 2019 00:36:49 EST ID:BrV6C/Mw No.38664 Ignore Report Reply
[youcantdothis] can i? [/youcantdothis]
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Jenny Porringfoot - Wed, 17 Apr 2019 08:45:03 EST ID:BrV6C/Mw No.38674 Ignore Report Reply
[blarf] hiffwe [/blarf]
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Simon Firrychere - Thu, 18 Apr 2019 18:15:19 EST ID:BrV6C/Mw No.38676 Ignore Report Reply
test


Here's how to clean your pipe with baking soda Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Sidney Claddlebury - Wed, 17 Apr 2019 10:00:05 EST ID:N61HK6nv No.38675
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https://youtu.be/ub-NRIa3VH0


There is no good free Stock-Footage of people smiling Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Cedric Girringbury - Mon, 15 Apr 2019 13:49:04 EST ID:HZ11FhCo No.38672
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No free stock-video-footage of people smiling or laughing.
No free stock-video-footage of social gatherings without subscribtions or "free" accounts.

If this isn't the biggest sign of a creepy and disgusting sellout-society, purely made with and for people without souls, then I don't know.

Prove me wrong.
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Martha Billywore - Wed, 17 Apr 2019 06:33:58 EST ID:RXotWsHv No.38673 Ignore Report Reply
There's no good free stock footage of anything much, that there isn't any specifically of what you're talking about isn't really relevant.


How to find a CHEAP room rental in a rural-ish area Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Eliza Guddledock - Sat, 12 Sep 2015 21:48:40 EST ID:agaEBfv9 No.37649
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I'm going to move to a completely new area many states away. I have about $1200 to keep me going until I find work in said area.

I need to find a CHEAP rental place for at least 6 months; just a tiny room with heat and access to a bathroom will do. It doesn't have to have furniture or be in good condition or anything; wireless internet would be nice but I can make it work without. I essentially just need to keep myself from sleeping outside and dying of hypothermia.

How do I go about finding a CHEAP place like this while still a thousand miles away from where I want to live? I've tried craigslist and it's hard to find any room shares at all in the desired area (very rural, just a few small cities). Those that exist aren't any cheaper than the most basic apartments: $350-400/month at the very lowest. Is this really the lowest price you can get for a bare-bones apartment or even just an empty room? Are there any good sites besides craigslist for finding something cheap and informal like what I want?
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Shit Fuckingham - Tue, 11 Dec 2018 14:14:57 EST ID:EZb1YPtB No.38651 Ignore Report Reply
thrifty nickel and pennysaver type classifieds are what old people who don't craigslist use. just move there and sleep in your car and shit at target until you find a room for rent, also, trailerparks.
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Molly Fuckingcocke - Tue, 02 Apr 2019 22:59:40 EST ID:EZb1YPtB No.38670 Ignore Report Reply
>>37708
Like, a newer computer monitor, some weed, and a sleeping bag.
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Sophie Nirryford - Fri, 12 Apr 2019 23:53:52 EST ID:vPWUMShA No.38671 Ignore Report Reply
>>37649
You may try find local drunks that obviously have little money and ask them.


weak bladder. Ignore Report View Thread Reply
This Time - Sat, 20 Jan 2018 17:12:03 EST ID:PUw3IvSX No.38444
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25 years old
and already have a weak bladder.
At least thats what I think.

Can't hold it on my way to wark and back
and leaving the bus multiple times to relieve myself.

Already had an accident
and thinking now about buying one of these absorbent granny-pants somewhere.

Doc couldn't find anything, just told me to eat some pumplin-pills,
but that didn't help in any way.

What would be the best way to cope with my problem?

Anyone else having this?
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Fucking Commerchick - Thu, 28 Mar 2019 02:33:26 EST ID:ot9E0HxW No.38667 Ignore Report Reply
>>38640
Well like this. Extreme anxiety made it so leaving the house, the moment I had to do a job I immediately had to go to the bathroom. Barely peed. Over and over.
Leaving the house. Could be an anxiety issue, that isn't really noticable, except for thinking you may have to encounter people in public restrooms. I can say I
don't feel like I have to go except when I have to, usually. Clonazepam is long acting. May feel a bit as some call it benzed. You can function on it. If wanted to try, do not use xanax/alazorpam. Use clonazepam or aitavan. On it's own clonazepam treats resteless leg syndrome, and other off label uses.
Best I can say, Have been using ti for a long time. Clonazepam is pretty tame in my opinion. If one doen't abuse these.
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Albert Gollymit - Sun, 31 Mar 2019 07:04:09 EST ID:TS5SDCWF No.38668 Ignore Report Reply
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diabetes_mellitus_type_2
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Molly Fuckingcocke - Tue, 02 Apr 2019 22:55:06 EST ID:EZb1YPtB No.38669 Ignore Report Reply
Maybe just eat more salt.


Need a degree, don't have bank to spend on University Report View Thread Reply
Caroline Mubberneck - Sun, 25 Mar 2018 13:59:12 EST ID:MwwirJu3 No.38493
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I need better prospects for jobs. At this point, going back to a college or University is out due to lack of money and lack of time. So, I need a bachelor's degree at least. Preferably from an "accredited" university. Basically, how do I get my hands on a fake?
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Hedda Cluzzleville - Thu, 31 May 2018 12:41:29 EST ID:w+oQZy3q No.38549 Ignore Report Reply
Just earn a real one. Join the air force or air national guard, the chillest of the armed forces. You'll have to take it easy on the drugs for 4-8 years but you'll get a lot of experience. Or go to Norway or Germany. They probably have some heavier academic requirements but it's free once you get in (minus cost of moving there).
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Shit Fuckingham - Tue, 11 Dec 2018 14:07:28 EST ID:EZb1YPtB No.38650 Ignore Report Reply
>>38549

military does have a gi bill which pays for college, but that shit will take over your whole life.

You could also just work at starbucks and they'll pay for your online degree at Arizona State or something like that.

I did community college, starting with a certificate that got me into a job, then I started taking general classes part time, and part time off and on it took me like eight years to get a BA
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Augustus Hunderferk - Fri, 15 Mar 2019 10:25:37 EST ID:PMjQEefp No.38663 Ignore Report Reply
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try out a trade. Find a local union and sign up if you can. Usually they will put you through an apprenticeship school for cheap if not free. I'm a journeyman electrician and make $34/hr. plus with a union you have a better chance of a pension and/or annuity. the apprenticeship was 4.5 years and cost me $600/year. Also my apprenticeship was accredited through a technical college so I technically have like 30 credits or something i could apply to a regular college if i wanted to learn something else. If nothing else it would give you steady work and money until you're in a better position to pursue what you want. I would recommend a mechanical trade though like the plumbers or pipe fitters. They get paid pretty similar wages to me but they don't have to worry about blowing themselves up. or if you can get into elevator work that pays real good and you can retire super early. operators can also make good money, get paid to sit in a crane playing on an ipad for 12 hours and do 30 minutes of work or push a button in an elevator.


I fucking HATE youtube! Ignore Report View Thread Reply
TrooperJected - Tue, 08 Aug 2017 16:19:25 EST ID:iagENVTr No.38363
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I've been working with some friends and guys from other cities for months on some small, non-commercial artsy fartsy short-movie projects and some experimental compilations.

Used cc-licensed music for the most but the best ones use music from more or less known bands.

I know, as soon as I upload these vids youtube will give me another fucking strike.

How can I share them now? How could I upload them without risking a copy-right-strike?

I even took the "legal" route and asked multiple bands and their labels, but NEVER received any answer!
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Phyllis Goodwater - Sat, 12 Aug 2017 07:02:51 EST ID:Y2hoDt8D No.38364 Ignore Report Reply
>>38363
I think Vimeo has a lot of artsy stuff on them.

Or you can just make a new youtube and risk it.
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Jenny Puckleridge - Tue, 05 Sep 2017 00:33:38 EST ID:Ekw38NwA No.38378 Ignore Report Reply
>>38363
Go to opentuner . is and look at all their mirrors. Use one of those sites.
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John Goffingdock - Wed, 06 Mar 2019 10:04:54 EST ID:9Iv6C8wD No.38658 Ignore Report Reply
If you want to go anarchy mode you can always shift the tone down.
Even something like half a HZ down that a human couldn't even tell would make it unrecognizable to the automated systems.

Also if they don't respond to mail, if they list a phone number you'd maybe have better luck getting ahold of a response to legal usage.


Practicing guitar for intermediate-advanced players Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Barnaby Brookcocke - Wed, 25 Apr 2018 22:07:18 EST ID:05nzMUCw No.38506
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This might belong on /m/ but I wondered if anyone who plays guitar has any tips on practicing efficiently. I have played for 10+ yrs but never really practiced much with scales and haven't learned much new info, just jamming and learning covers. I feel stagnant as hell now and need a consistent schedule/routine but don't know how to design one myself or get started doing so.

please dont lead me to some generic "free trial"/"learn guitar overnight!" kinda thing, they are the reason I'm here asking yall beautiful people. pic related
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Jenny Bunkinhidging - Mon, 28 May 2018 23:39:56 EST ID:SZNZT38v No.38544 Ignore Report Reply
>>38519

Think numerically in regards to your scale practice, can open up some doors. Create sequences, melodic patterns.

e.g you have C Major, C D E F G A B, or 1 2 3 4 5 6 7.

The most common patterns are things like 123, 234, 345, or 132, 243. Basically you want to pick a number of notes, it could be a 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 note pattern, but lets say you pick 4 numbers, 2 5 4 1, D G F C, next would be 3 6 5 2, E A G D and so on, extrapolating to create the rest of the sequence. If you wanted to practice arpeggios and scale harmonization you need only write every second number, 1357 etc.

A lot of these are shit obviously, but you'll find movements you like with experimentation, throw away the shit ones and make note of the ones you like the sound of, then build a collection. Eventually you'll have a few that you can access in fragments without thinking too much about it.

You can also come up with "synthetic" patterns based on literal shapes rather than numeric reference, you could call symmetrical scales like Whole tone and diminished a synthetic pattern I guess.

I'm Australian so our time zones probably won't work too well, but if you want I'm happy to provide a burner email and we can organize a skype lesson. Normally I'd charge, but I'd be happy to just answer whatever's on your mind for an hour and chat shop.
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Jenny Bunkinhidging - Mon, 28 May 2018 23:42:07 EST ID:SZNZT38v No.38545 Ignore Report Reply
>>38544

And of course, y'know, having a shmoke as well. Oh, I'm the zappa guy from up top btw.
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Hedda Blevingbadge - Sun, 24 Feb 2019 23:31:32 EST ID:jQbwThRz No.38654 Ignore Report Reply
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I charge $25 per 30 minute lesson. Find a teacher to teach you to learn to play instead of learning to mimic.


Stankness Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Caroline Hurringstock - Thu, 08 Jan 2015 03:56:36 EST ID:Spr++EK+ No.37187
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Hello /HOWTO/

I live in a fucking hot country and my body odor is fine apart from my feet. If I wear sandals fine, but sometimes I like to wear shoes or have to and when I do, damn my feet stink and so do my shoes. How do I stop this from happening... Pic unrelated
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Emma Dashletch - Thu, 02 Feb 2017 00:27:56 EST ID:2MvoV1+N No.38197 Ignore Report Reply
baking soda and orange peels if you want a zesty trick
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Martha Nerringfot - Mon, 19 Nov 2018 11:47:05 EST ID:8lEx+1Ip No.38645 Ignore Report Reply
soak your feet in lemon juice. maybe some gnarly bacteria on your feet? you can buy one of the uv sterilizers on aliexpress for 15 & antimicrobial socks on there while your at it (10 pairs for $10)
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Shit Fuckingham - Tue, 11 Dec 2018 14:02:34 EST ID:EZb1YPtB No.38649 Ignore Report Reply
try the cream that they sell for athlete's foot


Homeland defense Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Hugh Clibberwed - Mon, 16 Jul 2018 21:01:41 EST ID:78UHN0Ec No.38581
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I have 23 acres of land, mostly wooded and would like to find advice on how I could defend this land or use it to my advantage in a doomsday scenario. Not only scavenging for resources but defending against invaders.
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Shitting Hendleway - Fri, 03 Aug 2018 15:14:58 EST ID:mOJSvyD2 No.38601 Ignore Report Reply
Build a bomb shelter, breed livestock, underground armory, try to find well water
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Shit Fuckingham - Tue, 11 Dec 2018 13:59:51 EST ID:EZb1YPtB No.38648 Ignore Report Reply
defend it by keeping up on your property taxes and maintaining your fence. you have plenty of room to grow your own food. you have to have a good water supply and shelter, maybe get a yurt kit or something that won't piss off local building inspectors. keep it legal so they can't take it from you. and the best weapons for self defense are the ones carried by your local constabulary. you don't want to get in trouble for wasting a zombie. you want doors that you can lock securely. fresh air, freedom, that's what it's all about. make friends locally, maybe join a volunteer firehouse or a church or something for networking, so you know who to call to back you up. these things are important, and too many people ignore warning signs. because you're in the sticks you're going to need some wheels as well, keep that jalopy in tip top shape, and don't lose your license aka your lifeline to foolhardiness like a dui.


Bitcoin trading Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Edward Himmlepere - Wed, 16 May 2018 20:13:18 EST ID:J91rkWTD No.38531
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Anyone got any resources for trading bitcoin? I'd like to get into it any advice is appreciated
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Simon Pittfoot - Sun, 07 Oct 2018 17:41:36 EST ID:ty2bRpye No.38631 Ignore Report Reply
>>38582
>>38620 now they're doing dealing in GBP, just wish I had done diving right in like 9 years ago so that I'd be rich now
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Charlotte Dronderted - Fri, 30 Nov 2018 14:49:05 EST ID:EnJ7aCcM No.38646 Ignore Report Reply
I've been trading CBOT Corn options for a couple years now, just a few thousand dollars' worth. Would highly recommend it over your tulip-based derivatives. Don't expect to become suddenly wealthy.
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Charlotte Dronderted - Fri, 30 Nov 2018 14:50:29 EST ID:EnJ7aCcM No.38647 Ignore Report Reply
>>38646
Forgot, investopedia.com is a good place to start out. Try to find paper books on trading if you get more interested.


need some advice from a chemist/concentrate maker Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Barnaby Papperbedge - Wed, 22 Nov 2017 17:36:04 EST ID:4W0rltZI No.38409
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So I got high one day and saw that I had a bottle of PG laying around and a bunch of bud. I decided to throw them together into a pan and cook it for a bit. I can't really remember exactly but I'd say I put about 3 ounces of PG and about 3/4 of a gram of weed in there and cooked it on high heat for a short amount of time, maybe 10 minutes.
I strained the plant out and tried it using my smaller vape with no effect. I redid the whole cooking process using the same weed and cooked it for a bit longer. I took it off the heat after it smelled like it was starting to burn (another 10 minutes). After trying the juice again in my larger vape using it on the highest setting (600F) it worked after a few large inhales. It was a really heavy high that put me to sleep quickly.
A few days later I'm vaping on the same homemade juice again and nothing is happening. It's like all the THC suddenly broke down or something, I don't know. I'm very confused.

It is a mystery but my main question is how can I separate the cannabinoids from the PG? Is there a chemical process I can follow, such as cooking it in butter and letting it separate or something? I know the cannabinoids bonded to the PG, is there a way to break the bond now?
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William Nirrynudge - Mon, 30 Jul 2018 04:51:37 EST ID:lS0XGSOr No.38589 Ignore Report Reply
>>38409
Dafuq is pg?
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Nicholas Dartdale - Sun, 09 Sep 2018 20:34:06 EST ID:lJK9iCnJ No.38612 Ignore Report Reply
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>>38589
Propylene Glycol

What recipe did you follow? I know that when making cannabutter I simmer on low for about 3 hours. Is this how you prepared the PG?
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Doris Blussleville - Thu, 01 Nov 2018 23:18:15 EST ID:M+HopSwO No.38638 Ignore Report Reply
bruh just get more weed. try again. you hurtin over losing <.75g? probably shouldn't be fuckin with it like that, just smoke it


Make money, i missed out on the btc rocket Ignore Report View Thread Reply
William Bedgesitch - Fri, 12 May 2017 18:53:34 EST ID:Y2hoDt8D No.38308
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So does anyone know much about those cryptocurrencies?

I used to buy drugs through the deep web markets and when i've looked back through some of my old btc trading accounts which are now completely empty i've worked out that at todays rates over $70,000 worth of coins passed through my hands...

Any use in investing in some of the newer coins like NMC etc which are relatively cheap?

Or should i focus on LTC or what?
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Doris Happerlock - Tue, 10 Apr 2018 10:59:41 EST ID:xNYfCUab No.38500 Ignore Report Reply
If you have to ask for advice on what to invest in you shouldn't.
People will just tell you what they WANT to be true

The key is to be knowledgeable in the area you're investing in. For example, an IT Person would invest in Crypto or Stock that he thinks will rise because he understands the sector. A Mechanic would invest in car stocks because he understands the market trends and whats important and so forth..


>>38454
Ripple is a scam, it's not even a cryptocurrency. Its a disgrace that it's listed on any exchange... You do realise that 60% of XRP is held by the creators of it?
They're just in it to make money and slowly sell out - XRP has nothing to do with banks either, you're beeing misled.

See OP? People like these will flock to give you their informed opinions, most of them are flat out brainwashed
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Cornelius Blythebanks - Wed, 01 Aug 2018 20:46:30 EST ID:H1y6AwIO No.38599 Ignore Report Reply
>>38500
He is Totaly right!


I personally prefer dezentralised Cryptocurrencys. But i guess some Big Players are very against that.
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Martin Craddlebick - Wed, 31 Oct 2018 11:13:09 EST ID:S+RRGriV No.38637 Ignore Report Reply
>>38500
But Xrp to the moon 589 eoy


/howto/ do nothing and get paid Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Simon Hishcocke - Tue, 11 Sep 2012 16:46:44 EST ID:BRxy/bs1 No.31413
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So I'm looking for a job, any job, regardless of how shitty the pay is, just to keep people (mom) quiet (not nagging me). Currently 24yo with a highschool diploma.

conditions:
  1. little to no contact with customers
  2. little to no contact with bosses
  3. barely anything to do, allowing me to listen to music or browse 420chan if I feel like it
  4. steady if possible

doesn't matter if I get paid in peanuts. Ideas? all suggestions are appreciated.
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Under Intact - Tue, 23 Oct 2018 21:25:00 EST ID:XHjjn4UC No.38635 Ignore Report Reply
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>>31413
Get yourself a disability and collect SSI. Then go somewhere for 8hrs a day and come up with a fake story about where you work. Like, a humor appreciator at Google or something.

(Do not do this if you have any sort of moral or shame)
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Cornelius Summerchure - Wed, 24 Oct 2018 00:15:23 EST ID:YLlX4yfK No.38636 Ignore Report Reply
>>38635
I've applied for ODSP and am waiting for an interview. I hope it goes well.
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Walter Sagglefield - Thu, 08 Nov 2018 18:22:32 EST ID:886wUw/E No.38643 Ignore Report Reply
>>38635
goodluck


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