Bernie, you tomato-wage sucking tool, have you the faintest idea just who has your number? You are a number, not a man, and frankly, you should be working for me, not them. Except I don't think I like you very much, not from what I've heard and read. You left some burgers back on the trail of the Lehman Shearson BK I Realty, Inc. caper, a part of my case which I have come to carefully examine, considering my experience with The Burger King and I.

489. EWING, EDWARD B XXXXXXXXXX, $10.70 Source: Ohio, Old Account: BURGER KING LP 1

490. EWING, EDWARD B XXXXXXXXXX, $15.54 Source: Ohio, Old Account: BURGER KING LP 1

continued...when I decide which parts are the juiciest and easiest to swallow

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leighmf 2 years 5 days ago
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For example, have you any idea about

BURGER KING UNIT #2797 X00122416 Fictitious Registration Fictitious 7/1/1980

coincidentally was created when the 7/1/1980 debentures of Zapata Norness, incorporated nowhere actually, became due?

Did you know that was the beginning of Countrywide Home Loans and big time Steak and Shake operations?

I hope you can enjoy your tournedoes.

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