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Originally posted by housegroove23
Excellent analysis JipStix!
Its people like you who make me proud of our people and have faith in our people. I would like to see those Scum Bag, CIA, NSA or Military Intelligence agents gather better intelligence than you just did. I bet they couldn't even if they tried.
They gather intelligence on us and we gather intelligence on them.
LOL, I LOVE IT.
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