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Cinnamon

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  1. Though information is scant, Janice McAfee referred to the issue as an "an externally imposed medical issue." John McAfee made his mark on cybersecurity when he created the first commercial antivirus program. But he is equally well known for the erratic life he's led since selling the company. In 2012, McAfee acknowledged he had faked a heart attack while in detention in Guatemala to prevent extradition to Belize, where he was under investigation for murder. http://thehill.com/policy/cybersecurity/343420-controversial-cybersecurity-figure-john-mcafee-alleges-an-attempt-on-his
  2. LOL He's too good for them. He could make more money on his own youtube channel. Until they demonitized it. oh look: demon
  3. "I'm just doing my job"... didn't they say that at Nuremberg?
  4. Sounds about right... 3 more months to keep making carnage.
  5. Sometimes they do. Remember Brezinsky kicked off. I thought sure McCain was going to. But I guess they're keeping him alive for something. He must not be on Obamacare or he'd be dead already unless he ponied up the $ for his own cures. At any rate, I don't want someone with freaking brain cancer making decisions that affect my life. Why not remove him? Or make him prove he's competent. << rhetorical and sarcastic remark.
  6. This is why I don't like chases. Innocents get hurt really bad in these things if they're high speed. They can back off and stop the carnage and pick 'em up later. Same with the way no knock warrants end up in violence, not necessary.
  7. They'll be on a hit list somewhere. bwahaha
  8. I just hope the idjits don't fund them and keep them alive. But if not, how will the Snopes crew feed their kittehs? Real job?
  9. This is something that has had me confused for awhile. Net Neutrality Regulations Are Pushed By Large Corporations Published on Jul 24, 2017 In this video, Vin Armani explains why you've been tricked into supporting net neutrality. Some big corporations don't want a free market. They want a protected market with barriers. Lawmakers seem hungry to regulate the Internet. It's a dangerous combination that infects most industries. Don't let it happen to the Internet.
  10. So, I guess the implant surgery went well?
  11. That they are. And I know for a fact they print lies. Caught them and made them fix it.
  12. He's a hoarder of women. 25 cats equal hoarder, so does 25 dogs.
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