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Old 07-02-2007, 12:22 AM   #21 (permalink)
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lol khan does he still make posts?
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nope.....He's a big fat phony.
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y would someone do that
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y would someone do that
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yeah true, he is proberly some little kid with no money
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nope.....He's a big fat phony.
lol you stole that from family guy

well, just imagine if you bought it from there, and decided to take it back... you'd get like 5000 bucks back
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i wonder whose getting fired tomorrow.
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nope.....He's a big fat phony.
lol..
"i will take pictures as soon as i get everything together...because even though i am filthy rich, my dumb @$$ hasn't gone out and spent 50 bucks on a digital camera."

LOL...khan...the only millionaire on the face of the planet that doesn't own even a piece of sh*t camera. even a camera phone, for pete's sake.
"ohh...i must have left it in my LearJet."
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lol you stole that from family guy

well, just imagine if you bought it from there, and decided to take it back... you'd get like 5000 bucks back
more like $22,000
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