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OK, so posts about Gallo's reproductive juices don't elicit responses. Noted.

Here's something that I may or may not have been involved in. I like how it says they were given access to me, as if I were a commodity. Or maybe they weren't given access...

Guess you'll just have to tune in and watch.



I haven't seen it yet, so this may be a little premature.



I'm sorry...

jsut want to cover all my bases.
Latigo Flint said…
Oh god that's hot!!!

(How much access?)
R. MacKay said…
I read your Gallo post. I was too horrified at the thought to respond.

... in what way are these apprentices to access you??

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