Chasin-Destiny wrote:DonRico1967 wrote:I myself am a U.S. citizen, born & raised, and so do not concern myself with whatever you heathen commies from abroad consider valid and/or important...
Er... Ummm... Sorry!!!
That was just the Bush/Cheney/McCain Republican in me (NOT really in me) talkin' shiite!!!
Jump jump jump on a topic
How many DonnyRicos are here ?
You realy like to go on and and on boy...
Maybe other people believe your shit boy...
I don't... yeah go on and on and on again.... and the Mouse ?
And everybody believes his shit... coooollllll...
DonnyBoyRico is gewoon een zwaar gestoorde klootzak.
Hij lijkt erop te geilen om hier een zootje te maken
en allemaal geloven ze zijn gezever...
Susan Butcher wrote:Yes, Don Cheney, you may not give a hoot about us smelly foreigners, but WE KNOW ALL ABOUT YOU LOT! I have the floor plan of Samantha Steven's house commited to memory!!
Chasin-Destiny wrote:I realy hope you don't support DonRico to much, would be REAL BAD !
Isn't a joke !, i like the States... but some people are
Susan Butcher wrote:I'm wondering how I got to hear of JA if they didn't chart in Australia. Maybe something that was a big hit in America became a defacto "golden oldie" here after a while. By the mid-Seventies I know that radio producers had decided "White Rabbit" represented an important step in the evolution of pop music. The rest of JA's catalogue was ignored.
Steve wrote:J-Lo was in a couple pretty cool movies before she became a "star". Check out U-Turn or Blood & Wine.
graceslick wrote:J Blo sucks. *vomit* lol
I would never have known any of JA's music if it weren't for my partner who has billions of records and great taste in music. I'd have heard OF them but nothing more. Oh, apart from White Rabbit and Somebody to Love of course.
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