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Count me in.

Dan Dickinson

I know I just sent you a flickr message, but - count me in here, too.


I couldn't make the last one at the last minute, but I've been practicing, so mos def I'm there.


i'm in the bahamas, so might find it difficult to meet up in person, but maybe I can get wi-fi going?


hello i like chips and larger!
my best friend is bobbi
and the bitchy witchy`s are bitchy bill and rickey tickey!
and the gay club is church, r.j., gerbil and gay!


Hi there i had no clue that they already made a mario kart party game nice man!


Hi there i had no clue that they already made a mario kart party game nice man!


Lol like anyone would come over to a complete strangers house for a mario party

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