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The streets 23 November 2011

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Egypt protests: Tahrir Square violence enters fifth day –
Egyptian police have fired teargas at protesters during a fifth consecutive day of unrest in Cairo. At least 35 people have been killed since 21 November in the crackdown by security forces on demonstrators, who are demanding that the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces transfers power to a civilian government.

Protesters attempt to get rid of a teargas canister - Tara Todras-Whitehill/AP

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1. diane - 23 November 2011

That ‘Sunny Day!’ surrounding that picture, reminds me of Cali, Florida, or parts of Texas …where the powers that be, make great use of attributes they had no intent, or part in, providing. Why would anyone want to protest, look what a lovely place you live in? as if they fucking created the sun.

In distantly related news, who’s shocked?

Walmart Black Thursday, Late Evening

Who knows, maybe even austerity hillary and the first consort, mickey, used their prior wal-mart connections to suggest that there be as few consumer camp outs as possible pre that $$$$Holy$$$$$ Friday. Wouldn’t want to conflate those CAMPERS with the righteous cause of blowing off their money on some cheap ass, deliberately “obsolesced” as of last year, must feel like one of the Jones, utter crap…(they, apparently, are gleefully provided with porto potties, anti bacterial wipes, and riot police/longtime, pre “occupation,” resident TB & rattus, be gone!!!!! spray), …. with those leprous campers for social justice and dignity among the human species. In these times, wouldn’t want to conflate it with those endless stories all of us over fifty were inundated with, of infinitely long purchasing lines, in evil, non capitalist countries (who, but a few, sensed that the upper echelon Communists and Capitalists, …were one and the same.)

In the meantime, loved the following, though maybe they should bump up the title, .. to include, Late Night Thurday, November 24th:

#OCCUPYXMAS Kicks Off with Buy Nothing Day, Nov 25/26

diane - 23 November 2011

oh what a concept, give thanks to those who have stood by you, instead of buying trash, … to look like you are better than those very people who stood in your corner.

ms_xeno - 23 November 2011

Yeah, with the constant refrain in that thread about how if we don’t shop shop shop on Thursday some poor slob working a seasonal job will be kicked to the curb.

Well, as a seasonal worker myself: fuck that bullshit. I don’t have one thin dime to spend on presents this year. Just like I had none last year, and frankly I’d rather see people sit on their money or give it to charity than to a fucking chain store.

Like if you wait one or two more days to buy another fucking Chinese gadget, billions of hapless employees will be swallowed up by a sudden fissure opening up in the Earth. Uh, no. I’m not some store’s fucking hostage, no matter how much the overinflated egos of supposed “job creators” say so.

Besides, if you care so much about increasing profits to help me keep my job [snerk], why don’t you wait until the sales are over to buy? Wouldn’t paying that extra 20% make my job 20% more secure?

Please.

Maybe I should carry a sign downtown on Friday:

You can ruin my job prospects by not shopping
They were ruined before you got here.

:p

diane - 23 November 2011

I’ll bet some of the Occupy Xmas signs are going to be hilarious, hopefully there’ll be an archive made.

Having worked three years solid as a retail clerk, I was forever prevented from developing a desire to shop the day after Thanksgiving, or any other Blowout Sale!!!!!! Days. It near ruined my faith in humanity, along with cultivating a near hatred for most hired Security!!! ;0p

marisacat - 23 November 2011

Several news segments today and yesterday pretty much debunked even the idea of huge price cuts being real on the Friday after Tgiving.

Cheap TVs yes… but if you want a better brand TV, mid December s cheaper. And they said the same of toys. And a few other items considered usual holiday/big promotional purchases.

I fear the nutty 8 pm, 10pm and of course midnight openings are here to stay tho.

the country dropped what little brains it had in the gutter.

diane - 23 November 2011

I’d imagine the retail chains will be begging people to buy, come mid December, good luck to them.

marisacat - 23 November 2011

well I said the joke was on shoppers years ago, when household items, which at one time people just bought when needed, becme Xmas gifts. Like a washer dryer. A gift?

Too bizaare. I thought it indicated a real shift in how much money people actually had. Buying household items became events.

diane - 23 November 2011

Truly. The thing that kills me the most is $500 dollar fucking phones, which obsolesce in less than a year; where the old ones, lasted for 20 years and more, and were provided by the phone company.

Madman in the Marketplace - 24 November 2011

even better is late February, after the Super Bowl sales for tvs, selling off any stock left.

Black Friday is a huge PR scam.

marisacat - 24 November 2011

I cannot imagine participating…. it was a long long time ago when, if you went downtown on the day after T’giving, it was for brunch lunch and a walk around of shop windows and the decorations… Too much of which goes up as soon as possible after Hollowe’en for decades now..

A thousand years ago.

ms_xeno - 24 November 2011

I concede that I’d be thrilled to own one of those inflatable turkeys. The thought of tossing it on a platter, surrounding it with plastic produce, and snapping a photo while the cats snore away next to it is pretty awesome.

Of course, we can’t afford a camera at the moment, so the whole plan kinda’ breaks down. :/ But as metaphor for the perpetual “recovery” bullshit it’s hard to beat.

marisacat - 24 November 2011

Ffabulous idea… ;)

2. Madman in the Marketplace - 23 November 2011
3. Madman in the Marketplace - 23 November 2011

Popular Mom-and-pop water purification business shuttered by DEA’s meth-hunting “knotheads”

Here’s a Mercury News profile of Bob Wallace, an 88-year-old chemist who started a very successful cottage business selling iodine crystals under the “Polar Pure” brand new, used by hikers and disaster relief workers for water purification. Wallace has been put out of business by the Drug Enforcement Agency, who say they once busted a meth lab that was using Wallace’s iodine in their process. The DEA says it’s not their fault: “If Mr. Wallace is no longer in business he has perhaps become part of that collateral damage, for it was not a result of DEA regulations, but rather the selfish actions of criminal opportunists. Individuals that readily sacrifice human lives for money.”

marisacat - 23 November 2011

I saw a news segment on them… Plucky old people. I’d probably be buying a shot gun trying nto to shoot off my big toe and opposable thmubs… and head for DEA…

His partner said DEA should track everyone who uses water then, as meth factories use that as well.

Bingo.

The county is fucking nutz.

4. Madman in the Marketplace - 23 November 2011

A Nationwide Loan Strike: Lawrence Weschler’s Proposal for the Next Step of the Occupy Movement

Forget the government, Weschler writes in The Stranger this week. The Occupy movement needs to go around the government (after all, the government answers to Wall Street) and take the fight directly to banks: Let them stay up all night worrying. The idea is simple: Everyone who has an underwater mortgage or an unfair student loan agrees to stop paying their bills on the same day.

5. Madman in the Marketplace - 23 November 2011
6. Madman in the Marketplace - 23 November 2011
7. Madman in the Marketplace - 23 November 2011

The beautiful murals of Los Angeles are being destroyed

Some of the problems started in 1986, when the city was looking for a way to alleviate the growing scourge of billboard blight. The city was being blanketed with unsightly commercial advertising, so the Los Angeles City Council adopted a code to reduce commercial billboards. The new restrictions exempted artwork. Advertisers responded by suing the city, arguing that they had the same right of free speech as the muralists. So in 2002 the Council “solved” the matter by amending the code to include works of art. “The law left many murals technically illegal,” wrote the Times in an Oct. 29 editorial, “no matter how talented the artist or how willing the owner of the wall or how inoffensive the subject matter.”

marisacat - 23 November 2011

“The law left many murals technically illegal,” wrote the Times in an Oct. 29 editorial, “no matter how talented the artist or how willing the owner of the wall or how inoffensive the subject matter.”

God, what is there t say?

I am unsure Los Angeles, a very strange place, should try to regulate anything at all. Honestly.

diane - 23 November 2011

That piece made me want to weep, especially looking at that beautiful mural, and imagining it being destroyed. A murder, basically.

I wouldn’t be surprised if that fucker Jobs put some force behind that move (pre-resurrection of course.)

marisacat - 23 November 2011

Why would Jobs care? Technology advertising in Cali is sacrosanct, it invades news programs, presented as vital information that we need to know. It reached saturation levels a long time ago.

Frankly I think a lot of people tune it out.

The LA City Council is perfectly capable of destructive action without someone like Jobs being involved.

diane - 23 November 2011

I was thinking about that enormous Apple/Gandhi billboard that was on Highway 101, in Sly Con Valley, and betting there were Apple/Gandhi billboards in Los Angeles too.

marisacat - 23 November 2011

:lol: I thought it was ugly as sin…. but certainly they can buy billboards. Billboards R US…. little is more true than that.

diane - 23 November 2011

Well yes, it was a blotch on the horizon, but, ..where’s your reverence for the devout? They’ll be no iphone v4!!!! for you, in your stocking!!!!

8. marisacat - 24 November 2011

Yes yes yes… who would have thought it. Rampant whacko religionism cropping up inside religionism.

Talk about amusement. Apparenlty they are arming themselves with shotguns and … pepper spray. And, so reports say, phoning the cops. Phones?

Snicker snax.

Madman in the Marketplace - 24 November 2011

religion is a mental illness

marisacat - 24 November 2011

And they look nutty as hell.

But then I have never been amenable to all the Amish ”cute” stories. No desire to break up their nuttiness, but I think it is mostly an enforced labor religion. And some of those communities ARE so intensely intermarried, they ARE nutz.

9. Madman in the Marketplace - 24 November 2011

Egypt police detain, beat, sexually assault US-based journalist Mona Eltahawy; other journalists also targeted

While she was held, Mona managed to tweet from a fellow detainee’s Blackberry that she had been beaten and was in prison. When she was released, Mona tweeted more details: she had been sexually and physically assaulted, and sustained a broken arm and a broken hand from beatings inside the interior ministry in Cairo, in the early hours of Thursday morning.

“The whole time I was thinking about article I would write,” she writes, “Just you fuckers wait.”

marisacat - 24 November 2011

wow she is strong.

BUT the issue of American involvement (I am glad she holds a US passport and they pushed to get her out)…. we push and pull at the same time.

Madman in the Marketplace - 24 November 2011

Factions aiming for the same general goals, just slight differences in tactics …

marisacat - 24 November 2011

well and.. of course WE want to keep the mil in power…. Tantawi is known to us. I would imagine it works for us. Angry Arab when he is not flipped out over Aliaa, has posted pics of street grafitti in Cairo, against US agents. Seems appropriate….

Not that we care, we seem perfectly happy at whatever is in charge (or, more so it seems, barely in charge) in Libya. Islamists, shreds of this or that strain of AQ or whatever (who knows what really exists) a destroyed infrastructure, loss of electricity, water… a replay of Iraq, it would seem, in a shorter span of time.

I see now there is a flap on for some sort of ”humanitarian accommodation” in … Yemen, I think. As if we care. And we seem happy to let rumors fly of IRan involvement in Bahrain.

Whatever keeps our little chickadees happy.

10. ts - 24 November 2011

Happy Thanksgiving everyone! I know I’m thankful for Marisa’s blog and all the cool people here.

marisacat - 24 November 2011

oh thank you ts… have a Happy day…

Kiss the babies!
;)

diane - 24 November 2011

Happy Thanksgiving, to you and yours ts! ;0)

11. Madman in the Marketplace - 24 November 2011

Occupy Wall Street Thanksgiving

This Thanksgiving, Occupy Wall Street is celebrating unity and community with an open feast at Liberty Square. From 2 to 6 p.m. at Liberty Square (Zuccotti Park) we will meet to share food, stories and inspiration. All members of our global community are invited to break bread with us.

“This is all about supporting the 99%,” said Megan Hayes, an organizer with the #OWS Kitchen working group, and a former high end chef. “So many people have given up so much to come and be a part of the movement because there is really that much dire need for community. We decided to take this holiday opportunity to provide just that – community.”

More than three thousand individually wrapped plates will be distributed on Thursday in accordance with New York State Health Code. People in the community have opened their homes to cook meals. Roger Fox in New Jersey will be making 250 meals, Mia Valh and Alia Gee are also making large numbers of meals. A lot of community organizations are involved and Liberty Cafe in East NY donates space for the #OWS Kitchen working group.

Locally owned family business, Texas BBQ will be providing 2,000 of the meals. They are being purchased with donated funds and will be served along with the home-cooked meals from supporters and food from the People’s Kitchen at Occupy Wall Street. The Owners of Texas BBQ are Egyptian and are supporters of the Occupy Movement.

Indigenous voices, religious leaders, food justice activists and leaders from peoples’ movements around the world are speaking on Thursday at Liberty Square. Occupy Thanksgiving is a celebration for the entire New York community. All are invited.

There will also be a can food drive. Donations of cans will go to local food banks and pantries throughout NYC.

marisacat - 24 November 2011

SO cheering…

12. Madman in the Marketplace - 24 November 2011

Mark Ames: How UC Davis Chancellor Linda Katehi Brought Oppression Back To Greece’s Universities

Today, thanks in part to UC Davis chancellor “Chemical” Linda Katehi, Greek university campuses are no longer protected from state security forces. She helped undo her native country’s “university asylum” laws just in time for the latest austerity measures to kick in. Incredibly, Katehi attacked university campus freedom despite the fact that she was once a student at the very center of Greece’s anti-junta, pro-democracy rebellion–although what she was doing there, if anything at all, no one really knows.

Here’s the sordid back-story: Linda Katehi was born in Athens in 1954 and got her undergraduate degree at the famous Athens Polytechnic. She just happened to be the right age to be a student at the Polytechnic university on the very day, November 17, 1973, when the junta sent in tanks and soldiers to crush her fellow pro-democracy students. It was only after democracy was restored in 1974–and Greek university campuses were turned into police-free “asylum zones”–that Linda Katehi eventually moved to the USA, earning her PhD at UCLA.

Earlier this year, Linda Katehi served on an “International Committee On Higher Education In Greece,” along with a handful of American, European and Asian academics. The ostensible goal was to “reform” Greece’s university system. The real problem, from the real powers behind the scenes (banksters and the EU), was how to get Greece under control as the austerity-screws tightened. It didn’t take a genius to figure out that squeezing more money from Greece’s beleaguered citizens would mean clamping down on Greece’s democracy and doing something about those pesky Greek university students. And that meant taking away the universities’ “amnesty” protection, in place for nearly four decades, so that no one, nowhere, would be safe from police truncheons, gas, or bullets.

Thanks to the EU, bankers, and UC Davis chancellor Linda Katehi, university freedom for Greece’s students has taken a huge, dark step backwards.

Here you can read a translation of the report co-authored by UC Davis’ Linda Katehi–the report which brought about the end of Greece’s “university asylum” law.What’s particularly disturbing is that Linda Katehi was the only Greek on that commission. Presumably that would give her a certain amount of extra sway–both because of her inside knowledge, and because of her moral authority among the other non-Greek committee members. And yet, Linda Katehi signed off on a report that provided the rationale for repealing Greece’s long-standing “university asylum” law. She basically helped undo the very heart and soul of Greece’s pro-democracy uprising against the junta.

marisacat - 24 November 2011

A transnational – all on her own. Supporting fascism where ever she goes.

diane - 24 November 2011

oh my, who would’ve suspected?…SNERK,….shackle the bitch, …and where’s Pike when ya need him:

A friend of mine sent me this link claiming that UC Davis chancellor “Chemical” Linda Katehi, whose crackdown on peaceful university students shocked America, played a role in allowing Greece security forces to raid university campuses for the first time since the junta was overthrown in 1974. (H/T: Crooked Timber) I’ve checked this out with our friend in Athens, reporter Kostas Kallergis (who runs the local blog “When The Crisis Hits The Fan”), and he confirmed it– Linda Katehi really is the worst of all possible chancellors imaginable, the worst for us, and the worst for her native Greece.

First, some background: Last week, The eXiled published two pieces on Greece’s doomed struggle against global financial institutions—an article on how the EU and Western bankers essentially overthrew the nearly-uppity government of prime minister George Papandreou, and replaced it with a banker-friendly “technocratic” government that includes real-life, no-bullshit neo-Nazis and fascists from the LAOS party, fascists with a banker-friendly fetish for imposing austerity measures. One of those fascists, Makis “Hammer” Voridis, spent his early 20s “hammering” non-fascist students for sport. Voridis was booted out of Athens University law school after ax-bashing fellow law students who didn’t share his fascist ideology. Today, Mikaes Voridis is the Minister for Infrastructure in the “technocratic” government. Imagine Lt. John Pike in leather and an 80s hairdo, carrying a homemade ax rather than a pepper spray weapon, and you have Makis “Hammer” Voridis.

We also published a powerful and necessary history primer by Greek journalist Kostas Kallergis on the almost-holy significance of the date November 17 in contemporary Greek history. On that day in 1973, pro-democracy students at the Athens Polytechnic university were crushed by tanks and soldiers sent in by the ruling junta dictatorship, which collapsed less than a year later, returning democracy to Greece. With CIA backing, the generals in the junta overthrew Greece’s democracy in 1967, jailed and tortured suspected leftists (meaning students and union leaders), and even went the extra-weird-fascist mile by banning the Beatles, mini-skirts, long hair, along with Mark Twain and Sophocles. The student rebellion at the Polytechnic, and its martyrdom, became the symbol for Greeks of their fight against fascism and tyranny, something like the briefcase man at Tiananmen Square, or the slaughtered rebels of the Boston Tea Party. That is why, as soon as the junta was overthrown and democracy restored in 1974, Greece immediately banned the presence of army, police or state security forces on university campuses. This so-called “university asylum” law turned Greece’s university campuses into cop-free zones of “political asylum,” where no one could interfere in the students’ rights to dissent against the government.

Would love to know who those 22 special folk (per wiki, at least as I post.) she has “mentored” are, and what their current ‘gigs’ are:

Twenty-two of the 44 doctoral students who graduated under her supervision have become faculty members at research universities in the United States and abroad.

(some bolding mine. Oh, and can’t imagine why she had that, photo, once, beaming wit’ da giggly glee, removed from that wiki page.)

marisacat - 24 November 2011

well to his credit Leland Yee opposed her at the outset, in 2009… but I don’t see him anywhere around. :roll:

I am sure the Est Dems are indicating that support for the campus Occupies has to be considered and tempered.

Or soemthing like that.

Dump the bitch, even if they will find someone just like her as replacement…

marisacat - 24 November 2011

You know she has a less than lovely set of names… Pisti Basile … I wonder when she grabbed onto “Linda”… I suppose to smooth her way once she brought her fascistic self to America (where of course she fit right in).

diane - 24 November 2011

…. I suppose to smooth her way once she brought her fascistic self to America (where of course she fit right in).

she likely thought she was in Heaven

diane - 24 November 2011

(very, very sorry, there should have been a paragraph break before We also published a powerful and necessary …)

diane - 24 November 2011

(thank you, …honey. ;0) )

13. diane - 24 November 2011

Happy Thanksgiving all … [to those who really matter], …love you always!

;0)

14. marisacat - 24 November 2011

Oh Dear. A moment of silence. I jst heard that the cat float, a Garfield, popped this morning….

I guess he snagged on soemthing… and … POUF!

marisacat - 24 November 2011

oh no! Garfield imploded while being inflated.
:lol::roll:

BooHooHooMan - 25 November 2011

Oh my God! Garfield has been shot?!
A Stalwart must have got him! Either that, or, you know,
~Corzine~ that disappointed office seeker.

Fuckin creepy resemblance, too,
when ya get right down to it.

ANYWAYS, I pert’ near cough-chortled the ‘taters, cream corn, and gravy right right out of my snacks-for-later beard when I read this one –

MF’s Missing Money Makes You
Wonder About Goldman: Jonathan Weil

No shit, there, Weil, no shit…
Fuckin Goober at the Bloober, there…. LOL…

marisacat - 25 November 2011

Obviously Garfield knew something he should not know.

ms_xeno - 25 November 2011

A long-passe’, corporate-owned over-merchandised fat cat exploded?

May it be a harbinger of things to come. :D

marisacat - 25 November 2011

I think he ate too much bad Food Mart lasagne at a Shopping Center. (snicker)

ms_xeno - 25 November 2011

There was a gorgeous-looking veggie lasagna at the potluck yesterday, but I didn’t get to it in time.

You snooze you lose. Anyway the vegetarians should get first crack, I figure.

15. Ganjafied Gabacho - 25 November 2011

Howdy all. Happy Tofurkey Day (belatedly) ! Just a quick post as I’m at the inlaws in the land of the Pantagraph:

NORMAL — So this is the year of Occupy Wall Street.

But on Thursday, as Central Illinois joined the nation to celebrate one of the granddaddy of all American holidays — Thanksgiving — it was beginning to look like something else.

Like, Occupy Walmart.

The place — in this case, the Super Walmart along Greenbriar Drive in Normal — was doing a bustling business.

“It’s been steady, very steady, all day,” says Etta Augsburger, working her checkout machine as a steady line of shoppers — at this moment, six deep — waits for her to check them out.

Etta is age 82.

In wonderful shape, she works like she is 28.

The lead article yesterday (T-day) was about how the various occupations were costing MILLIONS…. :lol:

Ganjafied Gabacho - 25 November 2011

Whoops! Messed up the blockquote :oops:

marisacat - 25 November 2011

oh god. I read the whole thing. That is a scary read. ESP that someone bought a rotisserie chicken at Wal-Mart… as the Turkey-in-the-oven at home failed.

So…. maybe just be relieved they did not get the pepper spray version (San Fernando Valley)… the armed robbery at 2 AM in the parking lot (over in the East Bay)… or some fist fight in Kissimmee FL.

Ganjafied Gabacho - 25 November 2011

I’m terrified the whole time I find myself in the mid-west…nevermind the article, the intended audience is beyond the pale. And the racial tensions seem worse than anyplace I’ve been beside Texas.

Tree-top flying is a scary business but the folks here defintely need the kindness that only Cali can produce…

marisacat - 25 November 2011

Which sort o racial tension? White against anything non white? Or more multifarious?

I usually sum up California as ‘nobody much likes anybody else’ (partly because some slice of everybody is here and ther is no core), but there are dregs of, shreds of some idea of making things work.

Ganjafied Gabacho - 25 November 2011

Mature black men don’t meet my eye; the younger “urban” ones pretend I’m not there. Southwest asians (Paki? Indian?) with money act as if they’re above it all. The Mexicans are super humble and try not to be noticed. Asians are rare as hen’s teeth. Meanwhile the Whites seem to hate everyone, and especially each other (open class warfare). Or at least that’s my impression of it.

yeah, I see that Cali is mostly fucked too, but it is one place I can be with my dreadlocked family and not be out-of-place and circles of friends are often multi-racial… it ain’t much but it’s something

marisacat - 25 November 2011

but it is one place I can be with my dreadlocked family and not be out-of-place and circles of friends are often multi-racial

Yes I would agree with that… a lot of what is counterculture or ”foreign” elsewhere is assimilated into the general pop. here… and that is starting to be for decades nw..

I don’t know how it is elsewhere, but one thing I have remarked on in Cali since about 18 years ago when friends bought a nicer older home in the East Bay, but on the edge of new development… racial groups intensely segregate in parts of the suburbs. Cul-e-sac of sub-continent Indians, but Pakistanis are a ways a way, in another cul-de-sac. Koreans over there, but Japanese a few blocks away… and so on. Filipinos over there, clusters of Middle Easterners with their own segregation…

ms_xeno - 25 November 2011

I heard NPR whining about that, too.

Yes, you are not permitted to make any trouble for anyone else, not matter how much trouble the powers that be make for you.

Don’t tie up traffic, don’t make the shoppers feel bad, don’t cost our precious precious cops a moment of time. Don’t inconvenience the pirates and thugs with your pitiful whines for a crumb of respect and stability. Don’t don’t don’t don’t.

To which my reply, after the humiliating obstacle course of the last three years (both Gummint and private enterprise) having decided in unison that I’m sentenced to downward mobility, endless humiliation and rip-offs and abuse and likely an early death that could have been readily prevented is…

I DON’T CARE. :evil:

16. marisacat - 25 November 2011

Hopefully SOMEONE at Penn State understands it is beyond unseemly to “work out a deal” with th Paternos.

Sue Paterno was asked to leave the pool at Penn State’s football facility when she showed up for a workout recently, Sara Ganim of the Patriot-News reports.

The Paternos are now trying to work out a deal with Penn State brass that would allow Sue to keep using the facilities.

The pool is the in the same Lasch Building where Jerry Sandusky allegedly assaulted a young boy in 2002.

Read more: Link to BI

What is it about shunning evil that is too fucking hard to figure out?

17. marisacat - 25 November 2011

OK! Dow closed down 25 at 11,231. or close to that.

SO: Dow 11,000 this year? Yes? Could it go LOWER? This year….

snicker.

(I think so)

18. marisacat - 25 November 2011

Nu

LINK

……………… 8O


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