THIS IS A LIE! Do you think us all your fools? Here is the...

Pam - July 14 2012, 6:46 AM

THIS IS A LIE! Do you think us all your fools?

Here is the WHOLE article that tells the full truth! Shame on you for spreading lies. You shame us.

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