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Re: “True Blood: A vampire show for people who don't like vampires

I share with you all my knowledge to whom it interest, i believe we all want to live a wealthy and long lasting life immortal. I am from Florida and i am a Pesach vampire. I only want to give you the way to become a vampire with great skills, though being a vampire has certain limitations, but it can also be a ton of fun. Your extra strengths and abilities can make you successful in almost every endeavor you participate in and before you know it the money and acquaintances will come streaming in. You can build wealth and gain prestige and notoriety and attempt things you may never have even considered as a human. you will have more time to do alot, Beef up your education and learn all you every wanted to. Travel the world to see things most people only ever see on TV This is going to be especially fun if you turned to a vampire. Clan vampires will show you the wonders of the world. Learn new languages, Travel, go skydiving or scuba dive with sharks, You no longer need to be scared of nature or wildlife you will become the worlds strongest predator. Have fun with it and your life as a vampire can be more fulfilling than you ever dreamed of. Experience these and get excited. Theres a big world out there with lots to see and do and as a vampire once you have received the vampire Blood and Ring, you will have all the powers, skills, you can ever think of, the only way to have all these come through is contacting the Hindu lord on the below e-mail: vampirelordtransformerchanging@gmail.com.

Posted by Benard Johnson on 06/22/2017 at 8:48 AM

Re: “The Greeks Streamlines Sophocles’s Theban Trilogy Into Three Nimble, Strikingly Modern One-Acts

The photo credit is incorrect. The photo was taken and edited by Areon Mobasher for Burning Coal Theatre Company. Please fix this.

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Posted by Areon Mobasher on 06/21/2017 at 1:28 PM

Re: “Victor Ekpuk’s Divine Mural at the North Carolina Museum of Art Heralds New Life for Its African Galleries

Great work of art, the work is "nulli secundus" coming from Incredible Ekpuk !

Sodade,Belgium

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Posted by david sodade on 06/14/2017 at 6:40 PM
Posted by Neels on 05/31/2017 at 5:47 PM
Posted by Barbara 2 on 05/31/2017 at 3:11 PM

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