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    Aoife York née Hviteulven

    you're so fucking gay
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    Federal PX

    Name: Edward Vang Rank: Pvt. Item(s) requested: SLIP N' SLIDE (x1) Trophy Mount (x1)
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    Edward 'Eddy' Vang

    this kind of eddy
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    Edward 'Eddy' Vang

    Ed Vang, standing in formation at Camp Cohen. EDWARD KOU VANG POB: MERCED, CALIFORNIA DOB: 2277/2/2 BLOOD TYPE: B+ FAVORITE FOOD: BEER-BATTERED COD BIO: The furthest back Vang can trace his family's origins to is the flight of Hmong diaspora following the Laotian Civil War's end in 1975. Initially settling in Monterrey, California, the Vang family and their descendants kept a low profile throughout the Disorders and into the creation of the Federation. Their 'ancestral holdings' eventually amounted to an almond farm outside of Tulare, California, but beyond that little is known about the Vang's legacy. Edward was born in Merced, California where he lead a fairly ordinary life visiting Yosemite National Park- which had become so encroached with urban development that it was rapidly shrinking. Edward cherished these outings with the family, and he would lead an unexciting existence until the invasion of earth, and the subsequent coup. Vang, along with his immediate family, were shipped off to Sanctuary. He and his family lived fairly comfortably under Sanctuary's yoke until Sanctuary itself fell in the last days of the Civil War. Now that the Federation has reunified, Vang seeks to take the fight back to Terra to make sure nobody else would get swept up in the tides of war as he was. If he can break out his tackle box and crack open a cold one with the boys along the way, that wouldn't be such a bad thing either. RELATIONSHIPS (ASK TO BE ADDED)
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    Just gonna drop this here...

    i saw thing that i knew and i clapped!!!!!
  6. MOBILE INFANTRY AND MORMON EXTREMISTS LOCKED IN STAND-OFF; 3 TROOPERS WOUNDED, 2 KILLED. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH - Outside, engines of trucks and armored vehicles loaded with Mobile Infantry stand ready to be deployed. In the ruins of Salt Lake City, formerly a major population center for members of the Mormon faith has become the scene of a strange, embittered, and deadly stand-off. In the distance, a snow-capped compound is encircled by dropships. From Camp Zulu, one of the many perimeter establishments around the settlement that military intelligence has estimated to have been set up around September, the cluster of buildings seems distant and fortified in the winter night. Save for the lashing of the wind and the rumbling of engines, the night is eerily silent. "Right now, our priority is making sure nobody comes in, and nobody comes out," said Sergeant Ihvi Hughes, in charge of a gaggle of troopers swaddled in winter gear. They keep busy in the cold, maintaining a constant watch on the enclave of nondescript buildings. The windows are all blockaded, and the entire compound is constantly illuminated with bright spotlights. "We received orders to escort anybody in the ruins out. The area's still got Neons, and we can't have any non-military in the area until the all-clear's been given." Around 07:24, A party of Mobile Infantry from the 9th Brigade were sent out to inform the settlers, and enforce the evacuation. A welcoming party was sent out from the settlement, and an argument ensued. The settlers identified themselves as members of the Church of Jesus Christ and Latter Day Saints, and refused to evacuate on the grounds that they have a religious attachment to the land they occupy. We reached out to a spokesperson from the Church of Jesus Christ and Latter Day Saints (whose headquarters have since been relocated to Karrus following the Fall of Terra) who vehemently denied that the squatters in Utah had any affiliation with the legitimate Mormon faith, referring to them as 'extremists, who must comply with the mandate of the Federal law.' After continually refusing to abide by the evacuation order, a firefight broke out between the extremists and the Mobile Infantry. Three Mobile Infantry were wounded, and two were killed in the exchange. LCpl. Vincent Guillard was instantly killed after being shot through the head, and Pvt. Andrew Humboldt was shot through the neck, succumbing to his wounds several minutes later. Since then, the area has been under siege; military intelligence has confirmed the presence of unarmed women and children inside of the compound, and has been negotiating for the group's surrender. Efforts to restrict communications for the compound have been a top priority; as of now the Mobile Infantry has refused to compromise with the extremists' demands of releasing a statement to the public through FedNet in exchange for their surrender, and a promise that the land will be retained exclusively for practicing Mormons. With both sides waiting for the other to act, Colonel Ivan Sikorsky of the 9th Brigade has found himself in charge of handling the dispute. A veteran of the First Bug War and the Civil War, Colonel Sikorsky had strong words for the occupants of the settlement. "Let me make one thing abundantly clear. These people, whatever creed they are, have the blood of two men on their hands. Men whose job it was to defend them and their livelihoods from whatever threat the galaxy could throw at them, and they turn around and took their lives. Were these cowards not hiding behind women and children, this would be over in a heartbeat. They make demands to 'plead their case' to a public audience, and I refuse to grant any kind of a platform to anybody who takes the lives of any serviceman or servicewoman and expects to be heard out. We have lost so much in these past few years that we cannot afford to make divisions among our dwindling numbers over antiquated religious dogma. We did not sacrifice so much in the past so that we could spend the present squabbling over such petty issues. If these people had any sense, they'd abandon their crusade and come into Federal custody without anymore bloodshed. We can't afford any more." Civilian air traffic over the state of Utah has been frozen, and it is unknown how long the occupants of the settlement will be able to last under the Mobile Infantry's blockade. LUNAR DEFENSE REVITALIZATION PLANNING UNDERWAY SEA OF TRANQUILITY - The hissing of hydraulics and whirring servos blends into the background of LC-110, the official designation of a rapid-deployment colonial encampment residing half a kilometer from the ruins of Tereshkova Fleet Academy. Outside the thick bulkheads, construction workers outfitted in exosuits toil to clean the wreckage from the massive scar in the lunar surface left from the Progenitors' invasion of the Sol System. Once the most popular and renowned Fleet academy, Tereshkova was blended back into the crater-pocked surface of the moon by bombardment after bombardment. "It looks pretty nasty now, but you should've seen it a month ago," said Petty Officer Erica Stein. She directs an industrial lift loaded with marked containers down onto the EVA bed of LC-110, which she has affectionately nicknamed 'Lucy.' "Everything's been kind of hectic since we lost the Fleet HQ over Sanctuary. The hope is that once we get Tereshkova back on her feet we'll take some of the weight off." PO. Stein beckons us toward the crates, and points out the finer workings of 'Lucy.' "...But that'll be some time from now, I think. The real buzz is that the Sky Marshall has approved a new line of defense, right here in the Sea of Tranquility." Indeed, the Sky Marshall has unveiled plans to construct an array of computerized artillery cannons utilizing technology gleamed from the Progenitors, the same technology that was used against after the Fall of Terra. The weapon itself has been outfitted onto Fleet vessels under the moniker of a 'Lubomierz Cannon,' named after the scientist that pioneered it- but one of this scale has never been constructed. "I'm sure it's a hefty price tag, but it's worth the peace of mind- especially if you're a Terran. There's not a chance in hell we're ever gonna' let that kind of thing happen again. Hopefully we'll be able to get Tereshkova back up and the cannons done by the turn of the century. Here's to that!" TERRAN WAR MEMORIAL PLANNING UNDERWAY GENEVA, SWITZERLAND - On the banks of Lake Geneva, the massive megalopolis that once held the heart of the Federation is currently being cleared out by relief workers and members of the Mobile Infantry numbering in the thousands. With the projected costs of restoring Geneva to its pre-war glory reaching into the tens of billions, the work is far from over. However, SICON has been scouting potential locations for a memorial of incredible scale meant to commemorate both the military and civilian casualties of the Fall of Terra. The proposed site would be over 9 kilometers squared, and have enough space to accommodate over ten million plots. Upon completion, the cemetery would be the largest in the galaxy, surpassing Wadi-us-Salaam in Najaf, Iraq which contained over seven million bodies as of 2296. THE TIME TO REBUILD IS NOW EVERYONE MUST DO THEIR PART THINK YOU'VE GOT WHAT IT TAKES TO LEND A HAND? CONTACT YOUR LOCAL ENLISTMENT CENTER AND ASK ABOUT RELIEF EFFORTS FOR TERRA AND THE SOL SYSTEM WOULD YOU LIKE TO KNOW MORE?
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    I'm Back

    sodomite
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    tonight be like

    thjat look inn her eyes you kust KNOW
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    tonight be like

    you look in those eyes you just know yiu JUST KNOW
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    tonight be like

    t0mnight w killed aracjnids for foogd good we killed arachids fod toofood
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    tonight be like

    this was a good idea ]
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    Using "MOBCOM" in everyday speech.

    dr lubomiersz i'm MOBCOMM
  13. [LOADING ENTRY] ... ... ... [FILE CORRUPTED] [RECOVERY IN PROGRESS] .̡̨̦̙̭̻̦͉̗̬̞̠̹͙̞̟͎̦͇̺̅̋̌̿͊̌͊͒̃͑ͮ̿̋̉̽ͥͥ͢͞.̛̣̘͕̱͖͈̭̱͇̤͔̗̗̫͖̩ͩ̋̐̓͊̋͑̊̆̽ͦ̾̉̚͟.̵̛͍̝̫̯̤̱͚̆̉͆̏ͨͤ͠t̴̏̓ͥ̔̔͆̓ͣ͑̿ͬ̐͊̃́͢҉̪̖̮̝̜̪̳͓̪̳̰͙̠̲h̷͉̰̮̥̭͍̜̱̻͇̙̲͙̪͕͔͈̯̉ͣͦ̓́̀͟͞ȇ̸̢͙̭̹̖̞̰̝̬̬̺̖̓̈̉́̌̆ͬ͘͢i̴̸̧̞̳̟̜͕͚͒ͬ̉̅͗̉̚͜͠r̶̨̮̟̼͎̼̼͍̫̫̜̻̒̍̋̓̎̂̿̍͛̽͜͝ͅ ̧̫͓̱̥ͭͪͨ͂͆̋ͧͭ̔ͬ͜e҉̠͇͙x̙̹̣o̖̪̠͔͔͓̦͝d̞͢u̥̰̜̘̙͉͎͜s̵͓̼̠͈̻̞̲ f̧͓̝̞̻r̯͇̰̯̳͢om the northeast, the Mormons spread west, searching for the heavenly kingdom of Zion. Joseph Smith's followers swarmed the towns routinely proclaimed to be the site of a New Jerusalem as frequently as they were booted from state to state. The Mormons overwhelmed the populations of these small American hamlets and quickly began to dominate the social, political, and business spheres of the communities with a clannish veracity. The hard working denizens of these towns took offense to the Mormons' hostile practices towards them, and formed bands and militias to reclaim their communities. Bloody skirmishes ensued, further fueled by the mutilation of several state militia members in the fall of 1838. The Mormons were recognized even then by the government to be a threat to the public, and enacted legislation to recognize them as enemies of the state. Mormons even raided caravans and looted towns in the early days of their journey westward. The Mormon people have had a rocky relationship with governments from the beginning, and the Federation is no different. One of the most prominent issues that splinter groups of the Church of Latter Day Saints and the Federation butt heads on is the restrictions placed upon space travel, and it dates as far back to the dawn of the Cherenkov Drive. Mormonism was one of the few terrestrial religions that had incorporated a spiritual outer space into their doctrines. Mormons expressed profound interest in searching for holy bodies such as the prophesied planet of Kolob, supposedly located in the far reaches of space. With the introduction of the Cherenkov Drive, the amount of control the Federation could exercise over where a person could go was suddenly limited. A new frontier for colonization had been opened to the Mormons, and they wasted no time in trying to exploit it. fig. 12, a crude star chart from the Book of Abraham authored by Joseph Smith. The figure below '22' is meant to be Kolob. Indeed, the events of Port Joe Smith being fresh in the minds of citizen and civilian alike, the First Bug War does not seem to have halted Mormon attempts at self-government on the fringes of Federation space. While the Federation has permitted the existence of non-affiliated religious colonies in the past, many of these extremist group seek to attack the Federation from within. These groups are under the foolish pretense that they can 'hold their own' against the Arachnids who fail to discriminate between believer and gentile. While the Federation has insisted on exercising caution when travelling beyond its borders, the Mormons have consistently ignored any and all warnings in the pursuit of wanton liberty, the same "liberty" that governments of the Disorders were obsessed with proliferating at the expense of public safety and integrity. While the Church of Jesus Christ and Latter Day Saints has cooperated with the Federation, the schism between the Church and extremist groups has grown more and more straining as the years drag on. Now more than ever, the human race needs to stand unified against the Arachnid threat. It should be noted that many prominent figures in the Federation's history have been men and women of all backgrounds, including those of the Mormon faith. However, while other religious organizations with stipulations about certain aspects of the Federation's usage of the Mobile Infantry and Fleet to guarantee a means of citizenship, the Mormons do not hold such grievances with the Federation. Unlike groups such as the Society of Friends, noth̫̗̯̩i͞ͅͅn͈g͝ ͔͚̫͖̤̟̱p͈̟̗̭̟r̶̝̯̙̜͓̳o̕ẖ̝͓i̧̳͈͔̫͎̙͎b̢̭̩it̹s̛̰̦̟̹̤̗͕a̸̲̙̱̘̱̯̘̯̞̩̗̫̼̖̬̫͘ ̸̡̧͉̬̣̟̭͍͚̗͎͙̖̞̥̥̖̳͝M̸̶̺͎͖͚̬̝͔͕͇̥͚͔̼̭̯ͅͅơ̢̱̹̯̜̬̩̦̤͖̜̖͘͝͝ŕ̢̛̛̰͕̱͔͘m̨̳̫̰̩̬̳̲͜͟ͅo̴̢͚͇̪͔͙̙͈̱̬̘͞n̶̰͖̩̣̯̦̯̩̞͙̻̭̼̬͚ ͏̷̡͚͖̱͍͖̼͇̪͚̝̣͈̤͚͢ͅͅf͏̨̰͎̞̭̲͢r̢̘̜̜ͤ̍̔́o̶̧̝̱͚̩̤͌̋ͮ̀m͛͂҉͓̙̲͎͜ ̵̹̰͓̝̫̱̈͐e͙̻̰̟̙̫͍̪ͪ̎n̢̪̣̞̬̱̓͆ͪͫ̒͝l̷͖͉̫̣̗̔͗ͪͫ͗ͥ͊ȋ̵̟̦̗͚͚̦̲͍͑̒ͣͥ̋̽̈ş̴̯̞͎ͣ̽̄̿ͮ̾̏̈́͝t̜͕͔͍͇̮̙̪̑͒ͩ͛m̵̲̲͕͓̟̟̼̔͜͞e̘͖͗̌̂̒̉n̢̡̏̍̈̇̓҉̦̠̻͎̳t̜̗̜̭̬͔̂̄͆͛̂̓ͦ̚͜͠ͅ.̴̶͔͚̊̑̀͞ ̵͓͑̅̽́̋ͧR̷͉̱̬̲̜̤ͣ̈́a̸̛̛͈̝͔̲͇̤̦̝̖ͭ́t̘͈͚̐͞h̖͎̝̭̾͊̒ͤͥ͡ę̰͓̹̱̳̗̳͍͖́̓͛ͥ̔̓̏̃ͪͬ̎ͤ̄͒̔̿̃͘͘r̩̼̘͎͇͎͓̭̠̗̂ͨ̆̋̆̄̿ͨ̍̓͛̚͟͠,̸͑̏ͥ͑ͥ̾ͨ̋͗ͬ͏̷̢͕͕̹ ̨̑͆ͧͯ͒̎́͌̀͌͗́͘͏̰̖̱̲̝̠͍͍̦̞̳d̽͗̃̽͑̅ͮ͌ͮ̑̌̋͆͗̌̆̿̊ͦ̕͠҉̵̦͎̗͎̯̰̩͇̯̮̫̥͡i̸̛̛ͬ̌̋̋͂̎͑̃͌ͤ̔ͥͬ̾̓̒͜͏̣͎̤̯̲̯̣̠̞͖͙̬͉͎̪ͅf̵̫̤̯͙̟͓̼͔̱͎͈̞̣̼̫̼̟̘̹̐̓͆́̚͡f̨̻̭̻͖̰̱͕̼̖̤̮̈́͒̆ͩͤͣ͑̒ͧ̀ͮ̒ͦͤ̋͝ͅȩ̛̽̃̃̅ͪ̓̓ͥ̊ͤ̂ͭ͒ͭ͒͂͂ͭ̚҉̻̣̯͈̤̞̞̼̳͍̘̘̗̗̳͙̱͜ͅr̓̂͑ͬͣ̔͗ͩ̊̂̏͗̅̈͏̧̛͈͎͉̙͇̺͔̹̙̙̬̥̳̼̙̘͟ę̵̰̯̻̙̟̳̝̱̣͙̙͓̭̺͉̫̲̎̿ͦ̂̋ͣͥͬͥ̑́ͥ̑ͫ̋n̸͕̳̪̩̼̉͌́ͫͭ͒̑̈́ͯ̐ͫ͟͢͠ţ̶̨͙͓̹̺̦̲̥͙̲̼͖ͫ̍ͧ́͗̀̀͆ͦ͗ͫ̽̕͟ͅ ̴̷̧̭͚̙̟̠̱̞̻̦̮̜̫̺̻͈̃ͯ͂̓ͬͤ͐ͣ̇ͯͧͨͥ̾͐̊ͥ̽s̸͗͂ͣ̊ͮͫ͌̐̆ͬ̾ͬ̚҉̸͏̗͚̜͍p̷̱̝̠͓̫̠͚̱̰̞͎͍͚̪͈͖̍̄̓ͦ͌͋͋͞͞͝l͍̠̗̯̅̄ͥͫͨ̅ͯ͌̇̔̓̚͠͞į̡̭͎̗̝̭̘̠̳̼̭̦̜ͬ͑̒̏͌̽͗ͦ̀̀̎͛ͦͪ̐̂ͭͧ͋͡͝͡n̢̢̛͉̙̗͔̝̮͍̭ͬ͂ͥ́͐̎͂̂̀͟tͨ́̈́͒̍́ͭ͗̅ͩ͆̓̑̈͂̕͠҉̷̼̖̱͚̯̰̕ē̡̡̛͓͔͚̝̜̆̉̌ͯ̈́͊ͤ͑̍̍̆̓ͨ̋ͨ̉̈́̓̀͢ŗ̸̛̘̹̝̫̟̤̠͙͓̗̗̠͚͕͍̤͎̠̘̇̐̔͌͠͠ ̹̙̖̜̩̘̗͔͈͈̬̬̥͓̪̍̎̔̀͂̏̆͜͠ͅͅg̴̵͈̗͚̙̮̦͖͉̹͕̜͌̎̿͑ͬ̐ͣͥ̇̿͂̔ͅr̡ͩ͆ͪͨ̒̃̀ͬ͂͋́̈́́̄̊ͯ̚҉̝̬͕͎̥̜͈͓͚̼̫͔̟̺̠̻ơ̢͎͍̗̼̥̻͈̎̓ͮ̃̈́̏ư̸̸͎̯̠͚͔̯̗̰̮͍̬͈͕̪͔ͫ̄̊͛̎͟ṗ͉̱̙͉͓̣͂̿ͧͬͬ͗͑̑̐ͬ̍͆̈́̌ͮ͌͌̚͟͝͝s̶̪̖̰̞ͥ̿̔͑̊̈̓̉ͦ͝ ̴̶ͩ͒̈́̓҉̣̻̳̝͔̱̣͘͟o̳̜͍͇̬̮͇͇̥̊ͧͫ̾͌͛̿ͩ͂͐ͮ͒̚̕͟f̛̘͉̘̜̥̱͎̤̠̻̞̼̝̦̖̱͔̰̂́ͪ̄͒ͣ͘͢͡ ̵̛̝͇̜̺͈̻̰͇̖̤̪ͦ͌̑̓̿͑ͤ̈̈́̆ͨͭ͋ͤ̾ͪ̂̉͡M͒̌̀̿͏̼͚͉̘̫͔̜̱͍̮̻͕̪̱̤͇̕ǫ̸̧̫̟͕͕͉̞͕̱͚̲̠̺̼͆ͮ͛ͦ̓ͯ̿ͩ̀͒̾̀̚r̺̫͙̯͉̫͖̳̞̩͔͇̮͉̠̦͚̱̆͑̑ͤͣ̑͂ͥ͜m̝̝̥̩͍̘̮͎͔̯͕̋̊̽̓ͬ͌̔̂ͬͩ̈́ͯ͋̌̈́ͧ͛ͫ͟͡͝ó͌ͬ̾̓͛̃ͮͧ͌̐ͬ͂ͤ҉̴̴̨̻̦̟͇͉͙̜̥̬̙͕̳̬͙͍̭͙n̡͕̘̲̱̬̫̠̯̺̩̱͎̯̩̥̱̘̥̆̇ͮ̆̐͢͝͠s̸̶̗͓̻̮͉̠̘͊̓̂̽͛ͤͭ͌̈̍̐̕͝ ̵̒ͩ̊̈̊͐̒ͯ̀̐̎̏͘҉͔͍̙̤̫̩̺̝̥̖͈̺̝̞̥͠ḥ̴͔͉̇̊̌̄̋̇̃̓̂͑̉̿̑̌͗̔̅̕͡ͅạ̷͕̜̹̳͇̫̽ͥ̆ͤͅv̢̇͆́͗ͯͬ͑̍͌̇̏͐ͬͯ͐̚͟҉̧̰̼͉̗̦͚̣͔̺͠ȩ̶̞͓̼͓ͧͪͩͤ̆ͥ͆͘͜͜ ̢̢̢̥͙͇̳̘̱̼͚̙͔̹̜̙̗̮̯̪͓ͩͫ̓͛ͯh̛͈͉͖̜̬ͨ̏ͦ̇́̂ͮ̓̑͊̀͟͢í͕͎̣̹̟͚̩͕̖͙͍̼̭̔͗ͣ̿̑͊͂̂̄ͫ͗̐̒̚͜s̨̡̱̝̼̞̜̮̤̫̱̙̪̟̺̹̯̖ͮ̑ͦ́͟͞ͅt̸̖͚͙̠̦̙̰̘̪̼̏ͬ̈̉͘͞o̴̧͎͇̟̰̪̜̩̩͚ͨ͂̄ͪ͢r̋̇ͨ͑̽̚͞͏̫̲̟͕̺̰̹̬̙̯̥̭̬̲̗̫ī̵̱͔̯̗̣̟̲̗̠͎̹̗̦̄̈́̋ͩ̎ͮ͛̓̎̒̈́ͣ̍̂͞c̢̦̳̟̹̯̠͍̹̥̭̤͔͙̙̠̆̈̔̓ͧ͑̔ͯ̄ͧ̇̂̿͛̆̀ͅȧ̧̽̂̅ͩ̓̋ͦ͗ͣ̋̍͛͗̃̃̋͌҉̬̣̥͚ͅl̨̖̫͖̦̫͚̥̼̲̤̼̪̪̦̝̤ͫͬͥ̀l̛̾̈̇̂̄̾͌͐ͩ͛͑͋͊̚͏̸͙͓̪̭͔͕͍̻͎̳̥̼͔͔̭̼ͅ.̘͍̖̙̰̟̟̲̲̳͉̟̹͋̔͋̔̔͑͛̍͂̆̈̽ͫ̅̋ͭͣ́͘͜͠͞-̦̹̪͇͕̺̳̰ͨ͐̊͜͢͜.̢̛̟̯̝̩̹͉̮̟̺̥̼̤̯̝͎̰̍͒̈́ͬ̊ͪͅ-̶̧̛̜̟̮̯̳̲̝̼̗̞̙̝̗̣͍̬̓̊͂́͂̓̀̈́̿ͩ̈̂ͧ͡͞.̴̛̛̮̘̪̟̹̠̪̤̫̈ͪ̈́̅̆͑ͫͥ̊͝͝.̛̋̈́ͬ̃͛̍̽̉͌̂͑̂ͦ̽̾̚͏̶̣̦͓̞͔͕̩̣̗̥͕̞̤̳̕-̧̫͎̪̠̲̱̻͉̣̿ͮ́ͧͨͬ͊͐̆̌͗̏ͨͨ͒ͭ̕͘͝͠ͅ.̴̮̣̻̹̫̦͙̠̬̯̻̗͐̿̈́̉ͬ͜ͅ.͊̐̌̀ͨ͐̃͜҉̸̶̼͍͉̼̺͓̻͍̞̱̼̹͔͈̦-̷̱̻̼͍͎̞̲̜̺̜͕̮̖̲̑͗̎͌̍͐̌͗̀ͤ̂ͣͩ͂̈́̀-͔͙̹͚͓̬̠͙̱̹̱̲͔̥̆̐͛̃̒́̈́̌̒̔ͫ̓͗̎̕͢͟͠͞ [FILE RECOVERY FAILED]
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    Brian Ordóñez

    ah man, san pedro hoods
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