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I find I'm so excited I can barely sit still or hold a thought in my head.

 

I think it is the excitement only a free man can feel, a free man at the start of a long journey whose conclusion is uncertain.

 

I hope I can make it across the border.

 

I hope to see my friend, and shake his hand.

 

I hope the Pacific is as blue as it has been in my dreams.

 

I hope we get beat.

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Presume this is the summer tour thread.

 

Is there nothing the former woman and the potato won’t fucking monetise?

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Too many posts I've wrote, too many have been stamped-on. Since I became a member of The Liverpool Say in 2008 I contributed in many amazing ways.

 

I wrote you tips and ricks from my sources, of whom one is a agent friend of mine in Dutch league. I post movies and comment on false posts, to concretize the Truth behind the lies.

 

Most of all - I try to discuss Football!

 

That's why I came on her!

 

I came on her to talk about everything about football, everything Liverpool.

 

I DID NOT come on her to be fucked at, laughed at or mocked at.

 

Everytime I post a post in a post thread the post gets "negged" by many. Respectfully, to you... That should not be The Liverpool Say!

 

Agreelly, The Liverpool say is, and always is, to let everybody come on her and express their opinion all over.

 

So I have to quit her.

 

I is ofcourse not happy, not glad, not joyful. I'm just sad. But that is what I do, and its a proud decission.GoodbyeYNVA!

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Too many posts I've wrote, too many have been stamped-on. Since I became a member of The Liverpool Say in 2008 I contributed in many amazing ways.

 

I wrote you tips and ricks from my sources, of whom one is a agent friend of mine in Dutch league. I post movies and comment on false posts, to concretize the Truth behind the lies.

 

Most of all - I try to discuss Football!

 

That's why I came on her!

 

I came on her to talk about everything about football, everything Liverpool.

 

I DID NOT come on her to be fucked at, laughed at or mocked at.

 

Everytime I post a post in a post thread the post gets "negged" by many. Respectfully, to you... That should not be The Liverpool Say!

 

Agreelly, The Liverpool say is, and always is, to let everybody come on her and express their opinion all over.

 

So I have to quit her.

 

I is ofcourse not happy, not glad, not joyful. I'm just sad. But that is what I do, and its a proud decission.GoodbyeYNVA!

 

 

YAVN

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Im more concerned with what Myanmar has got against fields

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Changing the name from Burma to Myanmar is a pure American football franchise move and only serves to screw the loyal fans of Burma's killing fields

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