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Is that just the medal for sale? Or do they throw in extras :o lol :D

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Yeah need more motivation to get rid of the fakes...

His tactics are effective, we are talking about it right now. Although I don't think any of us will buy his items.

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eBay ...

Fake medals with half naked chicks...

Devil incarnate!

Go away, Satan! 5131da368642e21d37a7594af0d51547.gif

P.S. Chicks may stay :whistle:

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:cheeky: I agree with

BTW, is that a Russian Catholic Confederate slave owning pirate under the sidewalk smilie, or what? :o (I'm going to steal it even though it won't move after I kidnap it.... )

We are a poor country (now) and cannot afford new smilies.

Dominus vobiscum!

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Smooth operator!

Here comes another portion of humanitarian aid :whistle:

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Ora et labora!

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