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"Grude against Iowa?"


Grude against Iowa? - 5/15/2006
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victor

Boo-Hoo, boo-hoo. Some bad people provided opinions about Iowa, that conflicted with Jimmy's. These bad people obvioulsy have a grudge against Iowa. Hey! Jim-Boy! Guess what? I don't like Pepsi. Cause I gotta grudge against it!! Now be a good boy, and dry those tears dear.....and for the rest of you, please start saying good things about Iowa!! Jim-Boy's obviously very sensitive - a typical Midwestern trait!!

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victor

A grudge against Iowa? - 5/15/2006

Boo-hoo. Boo-Hoo. Jim-Boy (posted on 05/08), thinks that anyone who says anything bad about Iowa, has a grudge against the state. Hey! Jim-Boy! I don't like Pepsi. Maybe because I've got a grudge against it!! Grow up dear, and wipe those tears away........mommy will make sure that no one says anything bad about Iowa ever again.....those bad people with grudges......upsetting my little Jimmy!!

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victor

Grude against Iowa? - 5/15/2006

Boo-Hoo, boo-hoo. Some bad people provided opinions about Iowa, that conflicted with Jimmy's. These bad people obvioulsy have a grudge against Iowa. Hey! Jim-Boy! Guess what? I don't like Pepsi. Cause I gotta grudge against it!! Now be a good boy, and dry those tears dear.....and for the rest of you, please start saying good things about Iowa!! Jim-Boy's obviously very sensitive - a typical Midwestern trait!!

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Ann
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