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Submitted by Harrak (Canada), Sep 10, 2007 at 15:56

I congratulate you for being that smart in answering me. For a highschool drop out, you need to be congratulated for being able at least to differentiate Morocco and Monaco. But you missed the point about obesity. Obesity has nothing to do with race. In fact, it may have something to do with discrimination. However and for your info, I like BBW especially arrested by a BBW cop. You do you like to be arrested by an arrogant Muslim model! or you prefer the Hybrid American model?

Bizzou

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