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Sep 22, 2009
Oh please Fontaine it's a very common mispelling. Get over it.
 
 
Sep 22, 2009
@VirginiaCentral: "poinient"? What language is that? And what does it mean in English?
 
 
Sep 22, 2009
I second Virginia's WOW!
 
 
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Sep 22, 2009
with age comes wisdom.
 
 
Sep 22, 2009
Tina needs to change her name to Dr. Tina Manhattan or Einstein and dress in a suit and perhaps get glasses or a pocket protector. Or change her name to Tina Maria or Tina Warhol, get a 'creative' hair cut (pink spikes or green and blond stripes) and wear sloppy multicoloured jumpers, drainpipe trousers, and Converse All-Stars.
 
 
 
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