- Let me fuck your mothers with my leg Fill it with cheap ferrocement And let your father couldnt fuck her again ! And let me answer to the first lady talkMessage 1 of 219 , Jul 31, 2005View SourceLet me fuck your mothers with my leg
Fill it with cheap ferrocement
And let your father couldnt fuck her again !
And let me answer to the first lady talk comment,
I dont want first lady at dinner but at bed when she is whispering talk dirty talk dirty
When your mother first wanted to be get fucked from her child
When your father first meet you with his klu klux klan members
When you hear first marys vagina stories at mormon church
When your brother raped 3 years old vietnam girls
You learned the truth where this money comes from
I am creating your money , you bastards
We will fuck your dreams
I hope soviets use their nuclear weapons againts you
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- I had this problem I found to save the file and rename it close program reopen find the saved file and open it then it worked right. Jon ... display ... listMessage 219 of 219 , Aug 16, 2005View SourceI had this problem I found to save the file and rename it close
program reopen find the saved file and open it then it worked right.
--- In email@example.com, James Greene <jg6892@g...> wrote:
> I'm not having any luck getting the Carlson's Hulls program to
> the proper panels for the nesting part of the program ...
> When I select Patterns>Nesting from the menu, the program seems to
> the panels for another boat -- not the one I'm working on. I don't
> any way to select the current design in this part of the program,
> I'm rather confused about how to make it show me the panels for the
> current design.
> If you know how to do this please let me know. Or if you know of a
> place where I can get some decent instructions on how to use the
> program, maybe that source will have a step by step explanation of
> to display the panels for the boat I'm working on instead of some
> James Greene