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Topic: A hard copy of Rocks Off a success at the Vatican! Return to archive
03-16-02 12:19 AM
VoodooChileInWOnderl Wow, I can't believe how impressed Cardinal Ximínez was when he read the first issue of Rocks Off, the Magazine, thanks Cardinal that was really cool!

03-16-02 01:49 AM
riccardo
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VoodooChileInWOnderl wrote:
Wow, I can't believe how impressed Cardinal Ximínez was when he read the first issue of Rocks Off, the Magazine, thanks Cardinal that was really cool!




How about a link?
03-16-02 07:32 AM
steel driving hammer RAYMOND LUXURY YATCHZ!

A man of principle is pictured above people.

I'd trust my own child w/ him, if I had any though.

Roll on my brother.

Macho Nacho.
03-16-02 10:22 AM
nanky Nice shot of his eminence.

Wasn't too hard to spot him in Cleveland!

For the tour, I think he should let his hair grow out 1/4 inch and then shave a tongue on it!



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