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Lincecum and Cain and pray for Ö the next five years to pass as quickly as possible.

April 18th, 2008 · No Comments · Manila Home Page Archive

Buffett speaks sooth
It’s like, once a year, I get to sit in a boardroom with the rich guys and hear the truth.
Cheap gas, bitter pills
Does that sound like American behavior to you?

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