Very one keeps referring to Mr. Brandt as a rich businessman...

Lacay - October 25 2012, 8:42 PM

very one keeps referring to Mr. Brandt as a rich businessman.

Please check your facts.

The man is a looser.

he has never done anything of his life. Vagabondage, Drugs, toutes kaliter de malpropreter.

His behavior should not surprise anyone.

Get over it people...

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