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UN Plumbing Problem

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Submitted by Paul L Gruchala (United States), Aug 22, 2004 at 07:29

I believe that the sewer coming out of the UN and the offices of the thirteen

DemocratsCorrine Brown of Florida
Julia Carson of New York
William Lacy Clay of Missouri
Joseph Crowley of New York,
Elijah Cummings of Maryland
Danny K. Davis of Illinois
Raul Grijalva of Arizona
Michael M. Honda of California
Eddie Bernice Johnson of Texas
Brenda Lee of South Carolina
Carolyn Maloney of New York
Jerrold Nadler of New York
Edolphus Towns of New York

should be plugged up.

Paul L. Gruchala
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