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    ........................................................none of us have showed them any disrespect or called the way of things . but we do have right to changes that they do, i agree that everyone need to back up and wait until we from them. i think the love of caprice and the others is why this getting to everyone ,that is why i posted lights of the community again, to show people that she would not want us to hurt ourself ..we need to make her proud
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