GridcosmLevel 2664 of 4697
Started on Jul 17, 2006.
Completed on Jul 20, 2006.
Grid poemthe hiden de vice of Polonius and what he saw from behind the curtain was that the more horrible things you put on others, the more evidence there is that those horrible things are a part of the art of being you. Isaac Newton spent the latter part of his life trying to discredit Leibniz, who is credited with independently developping a version of calculus. I think Sir Isaac eventually got a full time job slamming ppl lol. Good ol' bitter ass Newton. If your head isn't full of shit, you might be able to be true to yourself, but why bother when you can be slepping in a sham bed jed ...In LEN's spare time, she fullfills her duties as Brazilian SITO goddess while some people was visiting www.grannyfarm.com firstname.lastname@example.org for billing informations
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