no name wrote:Dr, Kindole finds a 1940 Navel shiip wreck.
redwill wrote:no name wrote:Dr, Kindole finds a 1940 Navel shiip wreck.
Too simple, maybe?
You've got the rapper, Dr, and the gastroenterologist Kindole discussing the predominance of innies vs. outies among the WWII-era Islamic Shi'ip population.
I mean, it's been done to death.
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