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Normal La'Vaughn - FOREVER 21
dayumm_thatprettyflacko Interior is serious...love the future like design..and the white color scheme to complement the decore... (decoration) @homeadore
#architecture #interiordesign #color #scheme
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antiwakingup09 #WakeUpNow are like the internet's Jehovah Witnessess , they stand for what they belive in which is untrue. Then they knock on people's inbox but in the end... no one gives a fuck about their beliefs nor want even know about their beliefs. Why? Because it's false.
Btw for your information, Money comes and goes , but true loyalty stays. If you lose friends over what you join rather than respect their decision of not joining your "team" then you are never a true friend at all. #fakefriends #thesehoesaintloyal

#meme #memewars #guesswho #wun #wunlife #makemoney #fastmoney #scheme #scam #scammers
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antiwakingup09 " Why on Earth would I have WUN be my travel agent when I could use Expedia or Priceline, two companies that do this professionally, and are multi-billion dollar companies with the infrastructure to provide better deals and better support?

Would you trust Norton, McAfee, or a sales pitch called “Wake Up Now” to protect your computer from viruses and identity theft? I think the choice is obvious.

And there’s really not reason at all why I would choose to order some expensive energy drinks from this company when I can buy a Monster at the gas station for $1.50, or a Red Bull, or a Rock Star, or Amp, or the million other types of drinks out there.

The only reason do to any of these things would be if you were paying a monthly subscription"
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antiwakingup09 #WakeUpNow . Shame on you... tsk....tsk. tsk.. 13h

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tjpretzel_ I need me some pin stripes ... I #love my #smoke.. This #gpen here.. Bringing #romance back to my #smoking #life ... Soooo #dope worth the #money #gpenofficial #pen #smokegood #feelgood 14h
  •   bobbyypr hey i like your page, hit me up, it's about business 6314169812 text me 14h
  •   tjpretzel_ ... Aha I'm good bobby boy ..I'm sure if I invest in some pyramid,the sky is the limit... #blahblah ..I write comedy .. On a overload...You need skits? Jokes? A hand job on the bus? Have seven sisters .. All whores..Let me know @bobbyypr 14h
  •   tjpretzel_ No one will ever help you bobby... Create a life .. See it .. Take it... I'm also "retired" myself @bobbyypr .. Served five years so ignorant punks like yourself, can scheme... Think it's time for another approach to your business career my friend.. I write a lot a jokes, but shit like this is priceless #wakeupnowbobby ... #moderndayshame #scheme 13h

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Normal Val Glitsch
valglitsch it works! the #scheme is finally finished! 15h

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rogerioend Fim de semana bombou. #friend #scheme com @samuelduppre 15h

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lucyells14 Can't believe today was my last Sunday at Dance East. 6 years has flown by! #danceeast #cat #scheme #ballet #class #poséturns #friends #dancers 18h

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nascar_images Okay so big news: I'm keeping the page up. The other news is I have teamed up with the NEA so me and @nascar__edits are fine now. But here is Kurt Busch 2014 at Daytona Last Weekend #nascar #racing #kurtbusch #stewarthaas #racing #edit #edits #request #followme #nascarimages #41 #haas #racing #for #life #chevy #daytona #paint #scheme 19h

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collectivelyreunited Do you think it was worth it? Today we live the consequences of these evil men whos only motive was money.
Big Auto Kills Electric Streetcars:
There was a time in America when even small towns hummed around on electric trains and trollies. Around the end of World War I, urban railways accounted for 90 percent of trips taken in vehicles, and there was no reason to believe they were going anywhere. Urban railways meant that the average workaday citizen didn't have to invest time and money in learning to drive, paying for gas and maintaining a car. At the time, driving a car was considered a novelty. A fun thing to do on a Sunday that allowed the moderately wealthy to feel fancy without having to buy a boat. Plus, the railways were so lucrative that the local government didn't have to pay a dime to maintain them, since small businesses did the work for them. Everyone was a winner, except for a handful of very rich people who had overestimated the demand for automobiles back when they were known as horseless carriages. In 1921, only 10 percent of Americans owned cars, and after losing $65 million in a year, General Motors had to face the fact that cars just weren't worth it for the other 90 percent. Today, the ascendance of the automotive industry is a foregone conclusion, but at the time it seemed more like a bunch of rich guys had forgotten that not everyone was rich. Imagine if the wealthiest people in your city invested all their money in limousines, under the assumption that everyone would stop taking cabs because why take a taxi? Limos only cost a couple hundred dollars extra!
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  •   collectivelyreunited This is where less successful men would have come to terms with the fact that they'd backed the wrong horse. Capitalism had spoken, and its answer was: "We'll take the clearly superior alternative that doesn't cost half a year's paycheck up front." Instead, General Motors decided to find a way to make cars worth it to the average citizen. After waiting for the laughter in the room to die down when someone suggested that they lower car prices, the car industry looked at the people who rode electric rails to work and decided to make them what's known in the mafia as "an offer they can't refuse."
    According to a Senate report, in the 1930s, GM, Goodyear, Firestone Tire and a bunch of oil companies joined together to form a number of fake rail companies. They would buy up all the small companies that operated America's small town railway systems, then destroy the systems, and soon enough America would run on gasoline-powered tires. By the mid-1950s, the fake rail companies had replaced 900 of the 1,200 public railway systems with gas-powered buses and cars and were ready to take on the biggest electric railway system in the world: Los Angeles. Yes, the city that's famous for bumper-to-bumper traffic once hummed along on 1,500 miles of electric railways. GM bought out the local railway companies, and a few years later there wasn't a single electric streetcar operating in Los Angeles. Today, the smog over LA is so thick that most of the people who live there have no idea they that live at the foot of a beautiful snowcapped mountain range. Of course, you can't just form an illegal monopoly and get away with it. In 1947, the government convicted 10 of the biggest corporations in America of conspiracy, and fined GM $5,000. GM was able to survive the fine, since the illegal conspiracy had made it one of the most successful companies of the 20th century. And all they had to do was destroy the infrastructure of some of America's biggest cities and screw the next dozen or so generations who lived there out of clean, affordable transportation. 21h

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jeremiahdupin PB on 3 Rep Max Back Squat - 340lbs (double bodyweight)

Rep scheme
Back Squat
10 x 3 (70-95% of 1RM, climb each set)
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