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Geralikooper posted:
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billh99 responded:
This is very simple. Do you have questions? Apparently, that is good to have.

Yes, I have some questions. So I must be good?

Testabolan takes care of itself most of the time

So if it takes care of itself why advertise it?

I've become better educated with regard to a top notch source for testabolan is that it looks less into testabolan. Hey, is that the best stratagem for testabolan?

Why is it that none of the spammers that post in this forum can write a sentence that makes sense?

I'm looking for a few enterprising entrepreneurs to come along and improve testabolan.

If it is so great why does it need to be improved?


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