45 responses to “Vince Vaughn Introduces Ron Paul at LPAC 2011”

  1. madison

    last word is understanding

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  2. madison

    People on the left like ben do not understand that truth gives you wisdom , eyes to see and ears to hear. with truth on the inside god gives you understand.

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    1. T Kinsey

      Madison,
      I dislike and hold a contempt for Ben as well. But lets not make this a religious versus the intellectual crowd and demean the message of libertarian-ism. No religious or spiritual group owns this political idea, its an idea for anyone who believes in freedom. Let's face it, the libertarian social views are often more in alignment with the left then the right and the fiscal views more with the right. Religion/spiritualism has no role whatsoever within the political ideals of being a libertarian. And I fear the tea parties religious component has only moved to alienate many voters fro the Great Doctor Paul's message by distorting his message. Lets not let him down and alienate those who may believe in freedom but not a god. By the way I thumbed up your message for the slant on Ben, but to help Paul can we try to leave god out of it?

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  3. Patriot1

    Ron Paul doesn't believe in foreign wars of aggression, and neither do I, and I used to be in the military myself. He believes in peace, as do I, but he ain't no pacifist or peacenik either. If he was, he wouldn't have such a stellar record on the 2nd Amendment. There is a big difference between wars of aggression and self-defense. The American Revolution was a war of self-defense, therefore it was a justifiable war. The police actions instigated by today's globalists are not. Ron Paul has my vote!

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    1. Ben

      Is the war in Afghanistan a foreign war of aggression? RP voted for that.

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      1. Justin C

        He voted to answer the attacks of 9/11 and get the people responsible. He didn't vote for an open ended war that now has nothing to do with 9/11. We have no business being in Afghanistan, but we'll stay so the oil companies can wrap up their Caspian Sea business plan.

        Seriously Ben, do you have any capacity to go beyond the surface level of your positions? This type of thinking is why we're screwed. Think through the issues for a change and you'll see why RP is right about all the important issues.

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        1. ridehard

          This comment is directed to Justin, and is not mean't for mass consumption. Since I don't have your e-mail . And this is pretty much a deserted thread, i'll speak here. I do not know how to frame this in a way that you will appreciate the full gravity of it. So I will just put it out there. The general population in this Country think the U.S debt is fourteen trillion dollars, which is only half true. The full truth is we are One Hundred and forty trillion in debt. When you consider future obligations. Don't let the word future fool you by thinking it is something we can put off to a later date. The money for these obligations was supposed to be set aside as we go. Similar to the way private pensions work. But it wasn't. You only need to know basic economics to realize that anything, even as small as a recession can have catastrofic consiquences (sorry about the spelling) No spell check. There is no way for me to list in detail everything that is at risk of failure. But here are a few. The pensions and benefits of present and retired Military Personel and all Government employees present and retired. Everyone that has a 401k or I.R.A The list goes on and on. Until we have a real plan to deal with the debt, it will keep getting worse.
          Man, after reading what I just wrote, I'm getting depressed.
          Gotta go! If you want to discuss the issues in detail. Come to my website. Wallbusters.net Is is a non-political- information based site . We can discuss ideas in the general information catagory.

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  4. ridehard

    I gotta say Vince, I really like your style.

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  5. Ben

    Oh, so you pseudo-libertarians have a political action conference of your own?

    That's great. Please stop crashing CPAC. You're not conservatives, you're "libertarians". Many of you even resent being categorized as right-leaning. You reject the whole left versus right dichotomy.

    And yet you still show up to CPAC and act like a bunch of wild hyenas. Please stop. You're not welcome.

    Cause if you don't, I'm going to get a slew of conservatives--supporters of Bachmann, Allen West, Duncan Hunter, for example--and we're going to descend on your little party. Then we'll subvert it from the inside. How would you dickheads like that?

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    1. ridehard

      True Conservatives =Libertarians

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    2. Justin C

      Who are you? Karl Rove? You've commented a half dozen times below and haven't made sense once. If you think there is a difference between voting for Obama or Romney/Rove, then go right ahead. The economy will get worse, the wars will continue, we'll keep spending money on other countries while our kids at home will have no financial future, etc. I WILL NOT vote for anyone but Ron Paul or a third party candidate for president. He's the only honest guy at the table. Someday people will wake up and realize this false choice system has robbed us of our freedoms and finances. I hope by that time it will not be too late, but the facist state is setting in.

      Good luck Ben - reality will be cruelest to those who do not recognize truth until it hits them in the face.

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      1. ridehard

        If you think it as simple as left vs. right. then you are blinded by your own ignorance. Bye Bye !

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        1. Justin C

          Uh, not sure what you mean Ride. My point was there isn't a difference between your standard Republican and Democrat - they all lead to the same place, i.e. stealing your money and giving it to their respective friends.

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          1. ridehard

            If that is what you really believe. I Gotta give you a thumbs up. That is my belief also. Actually after your last comment, Im not sure what we disagree about Other than you saying I don't make any sense. I usually don't try to flame anyone. I'm just trying to have a little fun, using subtle comments, mixed with a little sarcasam. If I pickup useful information on another site, I share it here. Later,

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    3. Jim

      You dipstick.

      Arguing about whether someone is a 'true' ______ (fill in the blank), is utterly ridiculous.

      You people and your labels. We believe in FREEDOM and LIBERTY. Stick whatever label you like on that, it makes no difference.

      WE ARE THE PEOPLE. You know, the people our government is SUPPOSED to represent. You don't want to be free? Go somewhere else and live then.

      Ben Ben Ben, appropriate name for someone like you. Ever hear of a movie named BEN? I think you were one of the main characters.

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  6. Joe

    I would love to know who some of the "big" sponsors of this movement are and who are beginning to line up in support for Ron Paul. Today's average donation so far is about 50 dollars. So this is a very grassroots bomb. I've donated what I can today because this is our one chance at not having an election that is a choice between a douche or a terd sandwich. If Ron Paul wins, I can't imagine anyone voting for the terd sandwich.

    The logic of this candidacy makes so much sense it's frightening. People fell into line with Obama's promises. The candy coated smoke and mirrors. He was the saviour everyone was looking for. Or so the media tried to tell us. In any case, I hope that people wake up to the sham of the front runners they are pushing. I guess in a sense we are lucky that McCain didn't win. I don't think the economy would be any better, and this would have really pushed out any chance for RP to run in 2012 and certainly 2016. Let's pray for a return to sanity.

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  7. PeoplePower

    Ron Paul is like a celebrity himself, everyone needs to support Ron Paul !!

    Go Ron Paul :-)

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  8. belle

    Bravo! Vince Vaughn and Barry Manilow both like Ron Paul. Let's see if more celebrities have the guts to endorse the good doctor.

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  9. LET FREEDOM RING

    Ron Paul is a genuine Genius. I voice of reason and compassion.

    Ron Paul has it all!!

    Ron Paul is Hot!

    2012

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  10. Kyle Hullett

    Thanks, Dr. Paul. You have inspired a nation of believers.

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    1. Ben

      Believers or blind followers?

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      1. l rounds

        Everyone knows that blindly following anyone isn't a great idea.
        Ron Paul supporters are really passionate about him because we HAVE done the research and are not 'blindly following' him.
        I believe that if people truly researched their candidate and checked into Ron Paul, they would see that Ron Paul is the obvious choice.
        I've hated settling for presidents in the past. This is our chance to do the right thing, the SMART thing, the constitutional thing.
        Peace!

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        1. Ben

          If Ron Paul supporters had really done their research, they would know that:

          1) RP voted for the war in Afghanistan. Either that's a defensive war or RP really DOES vote for wars of aggression. Furthermore, he voted to grant the president broad powers to make war anywhere in the world he chooses for an indefinite amount of time. Don't give me this crap that he "only voted to go after Osama bin Laden". Read the bill. That's your boy, douchebags. Did you research that?

          2) RP is the pork barrel king of the Republican party. He earmarks money for lots and lots of unconstitutional projects in his district. When the bill comes up for a vote, he salvages plausible deniability by voting against it. No matter, he knows that the bill was pass anyway and he will have all sorts of pet projects come to his district.

          3)RP left the Republican party in disgust during the Reagan era because he hated Reagan's policy on just about everything. That's fine, but he should quit lying to us that he's the most Reagan-esque candidate, that Reagan thought he was a nice young man, etc. Reagan repelled him from the GOP, and I kind of wish he'd stayed gone.

          4)RP was a big fan of term limits until they affected him.

          5)RP once said that Pakistan was hiding Osama bin Laden. After the Seal Team went and killed the bastard, he complained that the mission was completely unneccesary because we could have just asked the Pakistanis to do it for us. No need to go violating the sovereign territory of another nation. Kind of makes you wonder why the Pakistanis would have handed him over if they were hiding him the whole time. Interestingly, his supporters often argue that when he voted to give the president broad war powers, he was only doing it "to go after Osama bin Laden" and certainly not for the long struggle in Afghanistan. And then when we actually do go after him, RP is against it. In any case, the idea that RP voted only for a very limited mission to catch bin Laden is a revisionist lie. He voted for the bill.

          6)RP lies about everything, including his authorship of his newsletters. He took credit for and defended those newsletters when running for office in 1996, then later claimed that a mysterious ghost writer had written them. When asked who the ghost writer was, he said that only the editor of the newsletter would know. As it turns out, the editor of the Ron Paul newsletter was Ron Paul.

          7)RP gives a wink and a nod to the 9/11 troofer movement.

          8)RP is not "consistent" on most issues. He once supported DADT, then voted to repeal it. He voted against MLK Day on one occasion, and for it on another occasion. He was for the war in Afghanistan before he was against it.

          9) RP is not the anti-corporate candidate. According to opensecrets.org, his candidacy is bankrolled by all the same corporations as everyone else, including big oil. Either they're all tainted by the money, or none of them are.

          YOU DO YOUR RESEARCH? DON'T MAKE ME LAUGH.

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          1. T Kinsey

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            Author: Ben
            Comment:
            If Ron Paul supporters had really done their research, they would know that:

            1) RP voted for the war in Afghanistan. Either that's a defensive war or RP really DOES vote for wars of aggression. Furthermore, he voted to grant the president broad powers to make war anywhere in the world he chooses for an indefinite amount of time. Don't give me this crap that he "only voted to go after Osama bin Laden". Read the bill. That's your boy, douchebags. Did you research that?

            I believe Ben is referring to Authorization for Use of Military Force Against Terrorists which should NOT be confused with Authorization for Use of Military Force Against Iraq Resolution of 2002 , which Ron Paul voted no and spoke plainly about his reasoning on the floor, read speech http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Ron_Paul%27s_Iraq_Speech This isn't crap, it's fact. NOTE: Ben's inflammatory tone used to rally non Paul supporters,and to anger Paul supporters allowing him to subvert facts with his opinion of which doesn't seem to have a base once the facts are considered. Why are you so mad Ben?

            2) RP is the pork barrel king of the Republican party. He earmarks money for lots and lots of unconstitutional projects in his district. When the bill comes up for a vote, he salvages plausible deniability by voting against it. No matter, he knows that the bill was pass anyway and he will have all sorts of pet projects come to his district. 

            I don't know if you know this Ben, but earmarking money is congress's job, The money has already been budgeted. Money not spent just returns to the administration. So if the money is going to be spent then Paul does his JOB unlike game playing republicans who only want to skewer Democrats for spending the money when they don't. Paul's earmarks which he voted against by the way, were almost entirely For canal's, intracoastal waterways and highway s for hurricane evacuation. Preventing future relief funds. NOTE: Ben again seems to have an uniformed opinion that leads him to be very emotional and not try to actually understand the issues.
            How is this

            3)RP left the Republican party in disgust during the Reagan era because he hated Reagan's policy on just about everything. That's fine, but he should quit lying to us that he's the most Reagan-esque candidate, that Reagan thought he was a nice young man, etc. Reagan repelled him from the GOP, and I kind of wish he'd stayed gone.

            I am not sure how to respond to this strange argument/statement, suffice to say look at Reagan's early platform against his later platform. Anyone can see that early Reagan was vastly different in Policy the later Reagan. Just facts, just have to bother looking. Seems that once again Ben is emotional about topics he gets from sexy yet unreliable headlines to reinforce his preconceived beliefs instead of bothering to learn or understand facts and verifiable information.

            4)RP was a big fan of term limits until they affected him.

            Ummm, ok Ben. Good opinion.

            5)RP once said that Pakistan was hiding Osama bin Laden. After the Seal Team went and killed the bastard, he complained that the mission was completely unneccesary because we could have just asked the Pakistanis to do it for us. No need to go violating the sovereign territory of another nation. Kind of makes you wonder why the Pakistanis would have handed him over if they were hiding him the whole time. Interestingly, his supporters often argue that when he voted to give the president broad war powers, he was only doing it "to go after Osama bin Laden" and certainly not for the long struggle in Afghanistan. And then when we actually do go after him, RP is against it. In any case, the idea that RP voted only for a very limited mission to catch bin Laden is a revisionist lie. He voted for the bill. 

            Yeah, more opinion with the sophistication of a eight year old. The above statement is so far out of the realm of a rational argument. It is simply anger filled misinformation and smoke-screening. I won't bother to refute. Suffice to say, Ron Paul feels we shouldn't violate international borders and had introduced the Marque and Reprisal Act of 2001 which if enacted would have allowed the Bin Laden capture to have been in alignment with our country's foundation you know the Constitution.

            6)RP lies about everything, including his authorship of his newsletters. He took credit for and defended those newsletters when running for office in 1996, then later claimed that a mysterious ghost writer had written them. When asked who the ghost writer was, he said that only the editor of the newsletter would know. As it turns out, the editor of the Ron Paul newsletter was Ron Paul.

            Lies about everything? Never ever speak in absolutes even third graders know that the rest of the statement will be unreliable.

            7)RP gives a wink and a nod to the 9/11 troofer movement.
            Yeeeaaa, he sure does. Wait, what? I don't think wanting a 911 commission report that makes any sort of sense at all is winking at anyone. For the record I don't think Ron Paul ever winks, seriously, ever.

            8)RP is not "consistent" on most issues. He once supported DADT, then voted to repeal it. He voted against MLK Day on one occasion, and for it on another occasion. He was for the war in Afghanistan before he was against it. 
            When Bills stop having bizarre pieces of legislation attached to them, then we can use the general thrust of the Bill as an argument but if we examine each Bill and determine what out of place bizarre chunks of legislation are trying to be passed attached to “good sounding” Bills, I am confident a rational individual would agree that Paul did what was in the best interest of the country and not a race based/war based flip flop etc.

            9) RP is not the anti-corporate candidate. According to opensecrets.org, his candidacy is bankrolled by all the same corporations as everyone else, including big oil. Either they're all tainted by the money, or none of them are. 

            First blatant lie Ben. Did you save this for last thinking know one would look? It's a complete lie on your part. Here is not only a link to opensecrets but a link directly to Ron Paul http://www.opensecrets.org/news/2011/05/ron-paul-third-presidential-run.html After this breathtaking lie from you Ben, I think we can begin to understand what kind of misinformed spinster you are.

            YOU DO YOUR RESEARCH? DON'T MAKE ME LAUGH.

            You ceaseless bastard, you clever headline spewing anger filled lying bastard. I marvel at your brazen attempt at propaganda and wonder what you really stand for and why you would bother trying to smear such an honest man with quite literally your lies. Either you are politically motivated to lie for a politician you prefer OR you and your ilk are the reason America has become such a dangerously misinformed scary place. So much so that honest people with viable solutions will crumble under your overwhelming pride of ignorance and sound bite fascination.

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  11. jwhitehawke

    Listen up: This is the primary. You must vote for the person the has the mission statement the YOU believe in. Like if you believe in regaining individual liberty, the framework of the constitution, regaining our bill of rights, stop deficit spending, auditing the FED, stopping the UN from running us.................... then vote for the person who best supports your position.
    If you like bureaucracy running your lives, keeping us down by dangling subsidies over us, asllowing the constitution to apply to forieners and illegals while citizens fall under the DHS, unwarrented aggression, there are PLENTY of neocons to choose from.
    I suggest that; if Ron Paul doesn't get the win in the primariy, take a GOOD LOOK at the contender. It might be better leaving Obama in office while filling up the congress with new congressmen who believe in liberty.
    At any rate, God help us..........

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  12. Bucktooth Chinaman

    Ron Paul with his real honest philosophy of change has inspired me to see an orthodontist.

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  13. Jackson Baer

    I like Vince Vaughn even more now and the Grand Sierra is a sweet casino! Ron Paul is the only honest man running for president. I don't always agree with him but at least I know he's telling the truth and what he really believes. He doesn't recite talking points and stick to a script.

    RON PAUL 2012

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=yjRcO1Sm0HU

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    1. Frankie Jarrett

      don't SPAM the comments with links to your religious propaganda, thank you

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      1. Jackson Baer

        It's not spam when I include a link after my unique comment that I personally thought of.

        Go Ron Paul!

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  14. Tim Ott

    How come they are not advertising the Money Bomb on this Site? Go to RonPaul2012.com to contribute to todays moneybomb!!!!!!

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  15. Bilal

    May be dr Paul should start wearing some hot looking sunglasses on outside events and kind of walk out of a black suv with some style, nicely shined up with bold outfit and walk to the stage like a special ops director of some kind :D

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  16. Lee Crocker

    This is where it starts to take off

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  17. jack burke

    It seems that there are more and more people listening to this grumpy old man. I personally think he's a real genius. He'd have more of a chance if he were glamorous, tanned, fluffed up, and photogenic. I don't think America is ready for someone who makes sense although I hope I'm wrong.

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    1. Michael G. Murphy

      Well first if you see Ron Paul as a "grumpy old man" then I would have to disagree with you. He has plenty of life and happens to be right the vast majority of time!

      While many Americans argue about things that really don't matter in the end, Ron Paul talks about the US Constitution which is the Law that this land was founded on. He also talks about things related to that Constitution and some of the steps we could take to get back to there.

      Isn't it interesting how history tends to repeat itself? We had Nixon who brought us Watergate and made the country mad except for the fact that he did get us out of Vietnam. For was there just to be President until the next election. We picked Carter for a new start sort of like Obama and in both cases we got what was asked for a new start or new way -- however you want to say it. Going in a different direction that wasn't what the majority of Americans wanted at all.

      If people can get by the issues that don't really matter like his age -- you will get there to eventually and get to what he stands for and vote for him on that basis then he will stand a better chance of being elected and we will have a better chance of going back to what this nation was all about!

      Read and listen to what Ron Paul has to say and I think you will find that you will agree with from 80% to all of it. But it's just my opinion, so you will have to listen and decide for yourself. Go to his page and decide if you like the way things are going, or if you'd like to get back to a nation based on a Constitutional Republic like ours used to be! GHM. MGM.

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  18. l rounds

    I think I'll start watching more Vince Vaughn movies now; ).

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  19. shawn

    love Vince, and love Ron Paul

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  20. Douglas

    Nice move Vince. Show the sleepy giant your respect for the one who will represent them. There is a lot of work to do and Ron Paul is the one who will start US in the right direction. It is not going to be easy, but it will be worth it in the long run.

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    1. Douglas

      Oh yea and now that you have stood up for Ron you may find the ones who control US media and entertainment may cancel you out. Welcome to the real world, the real war against economic tyranny!

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      1. Ben

        Oh yeah, Vince Vaugh's really going to pay a price for this in terms of his acting career.

        No, he won't. That's just part of your persecution fantasy. All of the media are "trying to keep a good man down"--Ron Paul, that is.

        The media love Ron Paul. They don't necessarily want him to win the election. Of course not, they want BHO to win. But he's a fly in the Republican ointment and they love that. That's why they never point out his base of support in the White Nationalist Community, or that he voted for broad war powers for the president. They don't mention that he's funded by the petrolium industry, just the same way many politicians are.

        Don't lose a wink of sleep over Vince Vaughn. Now, if he were endoring Michele Bachmann or donating money to the Yes on 8 Campaign, then yes, he'd be a nobody in Hollywood. Now THAT takes courage. Supporting RP? No, there's nothing courageous about that.

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  21. Skid

    Will be live streaming?

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  22. Terry O'Grady

    Oh my dear people, listen to the voice of reason. You're young men and women are being slaughtered daily, for Nothing!! Medals of Honour and then our maimed heroes are back home on social welfare. Get wise my dear American friends. Pull the plug, come home to your wives ans children

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    1. Ben

      I really doubt your name is Terry O'Grady. Check his IP address. This guy's commenting from somewhere in Afghanistan, probably Taliban headquarters.

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      1. ridehard

        Who are you the Internet Police?

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        1. Ben

          Nope. Just calling a liar out.

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          1. ridehard

            Just curious, Where did you find access to his ip address ?

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