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Comfort Myrtlebank 1 year 34 weeks ago

Aw, so cute! A responsible cat owner who keeps his cat indoors, that's what I like to see. Wild birds everywhere thank you. I wonder if the cat's name comes from Magnum P.I. ?

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Just how seriously should people be treating the threat from Graham-Cassidy?

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It's also complete repudiation of our nation's founding values.

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