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here is your Jew bitch cst sawkins and company – my ancestry – my blood and i do not have blue eyes
may i ask you a personnel question sir ? are you a Jew bitch ? or one who does not want the queen to go self-service
this is not a Native American / Canadian six nations, Caledonia Indian / German cemetery – or your holy tree – or your father, or the Queens – it’s mine in blood to name history, in genealogy – one of the founders of the church, and no we are not all related St John’s founded 1890 « Arthur2rcasc’s Blog now there’s a fire dance that you never thought of ? tip toe around the fire stones and meteors
has anyone see Roy Rogers ? would that be ira cable systems in Ireland ?
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Rogers was one of the first cable-system operators in Canada, having secured licences covering much of the city of Toronto in the mid-1960s. One of the first important acquisitions was in 1979, when Ted Rogers purchased a controlling interest in Canadian Cable systems and joined it with his broadcast interests. In 1980, Rogers purchased Premier Cable, which controlled the system in Vancouver and had investments in Irish cable companies in Dublin,Galway and Waterford. In 1986 Rogers sold their shares of Irish companies to the Irish state broadcaster (RTÉ) and state telecoms company (Eircom), these cable companies are now part of the UPC Ireland network. Rogers continued to buy other operators, the largest such acquisition came with Rogers’ 1994 acquisition of Maclean-Hunter, at that time also among the largest cable operators. Rogers has also owned cable systems in the United States. In 2008, Rogers announced a takeover offer for Aurora Cable, a cable service provider in York Region, Ontario (pending approval by Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission(CRTC))
yes you can arrest the Pope, or the Queen for such acts, any thing less damages the reputation of the church