The only essay you ever need to read about Gun Control - posted by David Lee Beowulf on December 16, 2012 15:00
Thanks for Signing That Dotted Line - posted by David Lee Beowulf on November 11, 2012 19:49
Paul Ryan - posted by David Lee Beowulf on August 19, 2012 18:36
It’s not the first time a childhood hero turned out to be a douc - posted by David Lee Beowulf on August 17, 2012 03:10
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A Great Performer is Great to His Fans
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