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Kimberly wimberly
Can you help me?
My eyes are foggy
But my heart is happy
When I hear Kimberly
She purrs like a tabby
Her sent aint too shabby
Come closer and hug me
I want to be in ecstasy
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Seems there is increasing evidence of early onset Alzheimer's among certain OT contributors.

Now,returning to the theme of the topic, i find an extremely noisy exhaust works well for preventing kids,grannies and stray dogs from ambling into my path.Alas my Benz is not so equipped but my Triumph Daytona with full race carbon can will loosen the fillings in your teeth.And then for added shock value there is always that old standby of the killswitch 'off and on' routine which produces a backfire flame and explosion of which NASA would be proud.
The only section of society that do not run away are the pigs unfortunately-somehow they seem strangely attracted to the public spectacle.[}:)][:p]

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deathrattle - 9/30/2005 7:13 AM

Seems there is increasing evidence of early onset Alzheimer's among certain OT contributors.
And I believe I know why. Upon recipt of my last order of member cream, I noted a conspicuous and oddly placed square white sticker on the tube. After carefully removing said sticker, I came to realize that the purchased product is actually Remember cream, a topical treatment for Alzheimer's. The instuctions for the product appeared to fit either circumstance equally well.

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