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October 17, 2007 in Past, Travel | 2 comments
Get that heap off the lawn, by Frank Paynter, begins with warm memories of waiting in a frozen parking lot at 2am for my dad to come and jump start our shitty ’52 Buick before someone froze to death.
vaspers the grate aka steven e. streight on October 18, 2007 at 11:20 am
Yeah but Frank Paynter seems ambivalent about the hateful libelous team troll called Amanda Chapel, five unemployed Chicago cowards hiding behind a North Korean female avatar.
fp on October 25, 2007 at 8:19 pm
I think she was hot! I’m guessing she offended Vaspers though.
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