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    Uh... that's... that's pretty fu$&ed up.

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    That's hilarious.
    Except that the poor children have been thus branded.
    Sigh.

    (You are up in my neck of the woods, now, btw -- an hour by highway to the A.B.E. area. My grandparents lived there and their last name was Campbell as well.)
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    Wow. lol People should apply for licenses in order to breed.

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    Hahahaha. Good 'ole Pennsylvania. That's ridiculous.
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    Hah! I don't care about the ADL's motivations. They're irrelevant as far as I'm concerned. The parents have the right to be angry, just like the business has the right to refuse service.
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    are you suggesting that Mr. Kyda, first name Albert, should curse his parents?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 01011010 View Post
    Wow. lol People should apply for licenses in order to breed.
    I came to that conclusion too.

    I mean what were the parents thinking of in the first place naming their kids like that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    That's hilarious.
    Except that the poor children have been thus branded.
    Sigh.

    (You are up in my neck of the woods, now, btw -- an hour by highway to the A.B.E. area. My grandparents lived there and their last name was Campbell as well.)
    Wow do they actually have electricity up there?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BerberElla View Post
    I came to that conclusion too.

    I mean what were the parents thinking of in the first place naming their kids like that?
    That kid is probably going to get beat up. Children have no choice being born to psychologically unstable parents.

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