Flea
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Flea

Beating you all over those fries!

    1. Chris Parker
      Chris Parker
      And hey, thanks for the Friend add! If I come across those lottery numbers, you will be among the first I tell!
    2. Chris Parker
      Chris Parker
      Lottery numbers? Uh..... seven? Yes? No?
    3. Chris Parker
      Chris Parker
      Ooh, serendipity! Or I'm psychic... think of a number between one and ten.... no, don't tell me....

      is it.....






      seven?

      Am I psychic? Didn't think so...
    4. Chris Parker
      Chris Parker
      Hey, Flea (or should I say Ed Gruberman? Seriously cool name there...),

      Just wanted to apologise for rdonovan1's approach. I am familiar with the things he is talking about, but this is not the place for it. I do like where you took the concept, though.

      Chris.
    5. teekin
      teekin
      Yo Flea, you know when Jen and I decide to take over the planet one 5 star Resort at a time your the 3rd Angel, right?
    6. Jenna
      Jenna
      Just wanted to say hi :) Thinking of you Flea, and hoping the sky is bluer today :) Jenna xo
    7. Live True
      Live True
      Love your style Lady!
    8. Flea
      Flea
      Yo, yo!! Good to see you too. How did that belt test go?
    9. Stac3y
      Stac3y
      Yo, is that the same Flea who was on fightingarts for a while? If so, good to see you!

      Stac3y
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    We can fail and fail. But, deep against the failure, something wars. Something goes forward, something lights a match, Something gets up from Sangamon County ground armed with a bitten and a blunted axe. And after twenty thousand wasted strokes brings the tall hemlock crashing to the ground. - Steven Vincent Benet
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