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How many Americans lost their lives on Corregidor?


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2008-04-15 03:13:42
2008-04-15 03:13:42

well to even consider this terrible terrible terrible tragedy you have to brace yourselves because i have to fart!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!well back to the question well technically i really have no idea what i am talking about but i do know that angelo is a fine piece of hunk-a-hunk!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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