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het is een beerput, hoe deze blog eruit ziet is ff niet zo belangrijk, bloggen is eigenlijk iets nieuws voor mij.

llcaselvandaag om 13:16
longtime since i seen this flic, i wasnt really looking at the american porn of 1983, but mainly at the numerological references in the movie, from the first game i want to mention: 33, 55, 23, 27.(bewerkt)
All the Right Moves (1983) – IMDb
Directed by Michael Chapman. With Tom Cruise, Lea Thompson, Craig T. Nelson, Charles Cioffi. An ambitious young football star is trapped in a dying mill town–unless his gridiron skills can win him a way out.

llcaselvandaag om 14:47
at the apex of hollywood CP and a controversial, bestseller hit movie of that era was…
“Brook Shields was 15 years old, doing nude and sex scenes with an adult, which makes it child porn according to modern standards” endof quote :
its a good example of the history of CP last chapter we talked about were the socalled “swedish movies” . this is the disclosure, and at the time foreboding and foretelling of the NWO/pedo agenda for normalisation and legalisation of sex under age.
oh, the movie? it wasnt untill 1991 that a part two was made, its on my watchlist today, here i was referring to :
The Blue Lagoon
1h 44min
rating : 63.035 IMDb users have given a weighted average vote of 5,8 / 10
its paused halfaway, i cant stomach much of this in big chunks
but i break it down for you all.

and bring you to todays case of the italian girl that strangled herself and the sad case how children and adults dont think anymore: ty, sven hulleman and team.

an example of the blue whale challenges.



This is the second post on my new blog. fnord.

endof game23 edition 2019

gam323 negen december 2019

birdyday negentien

all the best wishes for 2020 !
as i was coming along, i found that there is law and truth, but also that, the tao that can be spoken, or the tao that can be written, is not the REAL tao.
do the right thing :))

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