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Eu agora vou para a America uns 10 dias e volt antes do Natal...fica em contacto, ok??
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Pedro, mandei-te uma mensagem, ja tens 10 posts, ja as podes receber
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Does homeland security know about this thread?
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Does homeland security know about this thread?
Sorry, I was just chating with a fellow Portuguese... Hope I won´t get thrown out of bed tonightby the noise a couple of Apache attack Helis outside my window
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Nah, they'd probably go for GUU first, as he's already on the DHS watch lists...

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Forget DHS, what is more concerning is, where were you when photoshop was invented ??? and can you prove it ??
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