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Cooldown :: Wa call him cooldown and i know he really strong throw the ruler a bit can shoot through his boss head
dweedle :: This really isn’t whack yo boss one, it is "some russian stole someone’s wicked game and put a bunch of cyrillic characters in it."
blah :: dweedle is right i’v played the original ,not messed with one
UR MOTHER :: MY NUMBER IS 07969319860 IF U WANNA 4N ME NOW ANY 1
Me :: If you like this game you are a fag with no fucking life, you suck.

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