to each his own so they say haiti has too many problems to...

Retinald Solon - July 20 2013, 8:36 PM

TO EACH HIS OWN SO THEY SAY HAITI HAS TOO MANY PROBLEMS TO BRING SUCH NEWS TO THE FOREFRONT.

GAY RIGHTS NEED TO TAKE 10000 STEP BACK TAKE A NUMBER WE'RE TRYING TO MOVE FORWARD NOW IS NOT THE TIME TO BE HEARD AS AN ORIENTATION

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