We need to reeducate our people, teach them new procedure to...

James Junior Jean Paul - June 29 2014, 2:02 AM

We need to reeducate our people, teach them new procedure to respect the mother nature, if someone cut one tree, he needs to plant 10 more, the propane gas is the real solution...

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