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If you're looking for "I Spys," dating or LTRs, this is your scene.
If you're looking for full-on kink or group play, you'll get what you need here.
Cool! Now i have to google talking epi-pen!
I have a concern about my almost 9 year old male Maltese dog Lucky. he has a kidney stone in his kidney which we suspect is a struvite. Is Lysimachia 3 twice a day alright to give my dog and will it help dissolve the kidney stone? Dr. Lori Nordt from Atlantic Animal health is my Vet and she informed me about you that you know more about hollistic treatments. my number is 609-576-0335 . I tried to call your office but the recording says your closed. I hope to hear from you soon. This message is for Nate Heilman.my name is Eileen Meloney
This is a great look into what a locksmith does. I love your response to going over to the Dark side. I think that in order to be safe having to think like the bad guys is a necessary evil. Good for you for looking past that to how you can help others. http://napleslocksmithcompany.com
Thank You Francis for a job well done !
Your service to the State is truely appreciated and you will be greatly missed !
H. Brooke Paige, Washington, Vermont
Warren and his staff do an amazing job caring for Burlington's trees. We're lucky to have Warren working for our community.
A Seven Days reporter is interviewing an authority on fonts and doesn't ask for his two cents concerning the fonts used in/on Seven Days? (Okay, a bit gauche perhaps, but still...) By the way, I enjoy the fonts you use. (I just wish I didn't need reading glasses now to read them.)
KR- Do you make a sunset design belt like Northern Lights leather used to make in the '70s, with snaps to hold a Tasha buckle?
Never mind, says it right there. I'll be in touch with them! I can't wait tk graduate and start my own diving career!
I would love to know the company he is working for!
Chris is the best- adds dimension to seemingly rote experiences
Is no one else horrified at the vast quantity of toxic material that the University produces annually? How much of this unsustainable production actually results in something worthwhile for humanity and the environment? And by worthwhile I am not referring to creations that further contribute to the extinction of flora and fauna and/or can in any way be construed to be further poisoning us and the planet. What, if anything, is the Earth getting by way of positive return? Is there some sort of meaning in the production of this hazardous waste?