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supamuthafuckinvillain:

pvrtynexttoyourbitch:

views from the 6

U kno i gotta eat the pussy like that
mdacn:

theabfresh:

trillaryclinton:

thagoodthings:

she-does-it-well:

maniacmusic:

she-does-it-well:

WE PRAISE YOU O GOD!

Guh, where you reside!?!?!

Houston, Tx babybee!!

OKAY BUT CHARLOTTE AT 2.91!!!
God is working all over!!!

I SAW GAS FOR 2.71 in Texas City (right outside of Houston) 
GOD IS ABLE!!!!

2.71 in STL!

I was happy today to get gas at 3.09 with my giant card bonus points in MD. šŸ˜‘

it must be election season, yes?
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"For more than a century before 1930, the average Americanā€™s working hours were gradually reducedā€”cut nearly in half. Labor played a part in these reductions, but they were largely a product of the free market, reflecting individualsā€™ choices to work less and less. Most Americans approved, counting work reductions as the better half of industrial progress (higher wages and shorter hours). No one expected this progress would end. Quite the contrary. Through the last century, observers such as John Maynard Keynes, Julien Huxley, Dorothy Canfield Fisher and Eric Sevareid regularly predicted that soon America would enter an age of leisure in which we would chose to devote more and more of our lives to the ā€œpursuit of happinessā€ promised in the Declaration of Independence. As technology created ā€œlabor-savingā€ machines and the economy grew, they reasoned, we would gradually be able to buy back more of our time from our jobs, preferring leisure"
trd3sgte:

#MidEngineMonday
I have the gas prop for my engine lid, but this #Polished #Dildo looks better šŸ˜ˆ ______________________________________ #MR2 #SW20 #TRD2000GT #RRydes #ETLGarage #SteebSpecd #5One (at ETL Garage)
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Mazda 787B 1991
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