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MOVING TO ECUADOR
We’ll keep a light on for you.
UNCOMMON COMMON SENSE - AUGUST 2011
Do you know who the writer is for Variety who made that statement? I have gone to the Variety archives and have not been able to find it. Is it possibly urban legend? Would love to see the actual article, please help.
INTEL 2012 LAKESIDE COMMUNITY AWARDS
When will the winner be announced?
YOU MUST CLOSE THE DOOR AND MOVE ON
Michael James Cook
I would just like to thank you Rodger for the most meaningful and dynamic prose, poetry that I have read for along time. Write on my friend
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