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11/02/2007

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Lorraine

Pathetic. Perhaps when the parents cut them loose without an allowance and a place to stash their dope, they might straighten up...then again, it's probably too late. They haven't learned how to be real men. The time to curb this destructive behavior has long passed. They are a danger to society and Andy and his wife at this point, not to mention the community. Cut them loose, Andy.

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