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Published by: trinitysithlord on Nov 30, 2012
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Adam Derringer added this note
I wonder how many calls hes received as a result of this letter. BTW, if its not spelled out in the lease contract then he can eff himself.
Leanne Renee Mcdonald added this note
Bitter idiot. I own a small business and guess what, No problems here!
Kenneth Jordan added this note
The English word traces its roots to 1642 in reference to being "marriageable" (as said of a woman) from the French nubile. Its historical roots, though, can be traced still further back to the Latin nubilis, also meaning "marriageable," which is from the stem of nubere which means "take as husband".[3] In 1973 it was first used in the sense of "sexually attractive."[3] The word can refer to a ny
Kenneth Jordan added this note
The English word traces its roots to 1642 in reference to being "marriageable" (as said of a woman) from the French nubile. Its historical roots, though, can be traced still further back to the Latin nubilis, also meaning "marriageable," which is from the stem of nubere which means "take as husband".[3] In 1973 it was first used in the sense of "sexually attractive."[3] The word can refer to a ny
Kenneth Jordan added this note
"Nubile Females"? Really.
Marsha Matthews added this note
LOL - Funny, he calls the electorate "stupid" ... then puts his stupidity ... in writing. He seems to have anger issues. Dealing with the public doesn't seem to be the right career for him.
Stephen Comer added this note
I'm thinking we need to call the questions, comments and criticisms line...maybe ask him what taxes and fees he is paying now that he wasn't paying before November... Just call John at 719-332-0053
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