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Shroom_Lady

81 F Huntsville, AR

My Details

Last Online
Mar 9, 2008
Orientation
Straight
Ethnicity
Asian, Middle Eastern, Black, Native American, Indian, Pacific Islander, Hispanic / Latin, White, Other
Height
Body Type
Diet
Smokes
Yes
Drinks
Very often
Drugs
Often
Religion
Judaism, and laughing about it
Sign
Aries, and it matters a lot
Education
Dropped out of space camp
Job
Unemployed
Income
Less than $20,000
Relationship Status
Single
Relationship Type
Offspring
Doesn’t want kids
Pets
Dislikes dogs and dislikes cats
Speaks
English (Fluently), French (Okay), German (Poorly), Spanish (Poorly)

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if theres any point to be had, its two-fold, its either the futility in stifling emotion, and to embrace it - the necessity of anger for survival, the barbarism of civil humanity and the hypocrisy of punishing violence

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if theres any point to be had, its two-fold, its either the futility in stifling emotion, and to embrace it - the necessity of anger for survival, the barbarism of civil humanity and the hypocrisy of punishing violence

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i wonder, did YOU miss the last quarter of the movie?its not pro or anti violence, if anything clockwork orange paints a picture of duality or neutralism

every deplorable act of violence alex commits is returned to him in non violent ways that are just as harmful

if theres any point to be had, its two-fold, its either the futility in stifling emotion, and to embrace it - the necessity of anger for survival, the barbarism of civil humanity and the hypocrisy of punishing violence

i wonder, did YOU miss the last quarter of the movie?its not pro or anti violence, if anything clockwork orange paints a picture of duality or neutralism

every deplorable act of violence alex commits is returned to him in non violent ways that are just as harmful

if theres any point to be had, its two-fold, its either the futility in stifling emotion, and to embrace it - the necessity of anger for survival, the barbarism of civil humanity and the hypocrisy of punishing violence

i wonder, did YOU miss the last quarter of the movie?its not pro or anti violence, if anything clockwork orange paints a picture of duality or neutralism

every deplorable act of violence alex commits is returned to him in non violent ways that are just as harmful

if theres any point to be had, its two-fold, its either the futility in stifling emotion, and to embrace it - the necessity of anger for survival, the barbarism of civil humanity and the hypocrisy of punishing violence

i wonder, did YOU miss the last quarter of the movie?its not pro or anti violence, if anything clockwork orange paints a picture of duality or neutralism

every deplorable act of violence alex commits is returned to him in non violent ways that are just as harmful

if theres any point to be had, its two-fold, its either the futility in stifling emotion, and to embrace it - the necessity of anger for survival, the barbarism of civil humanity and the hypocrisy of punishing violence

i wonder, did YOU miss the last quarter of the movie?its not pro or anti violence, if anything clockwork orange paints a picture of duality or neutralism

every deplorable act of violence alex commits is returned to him in non violent ways that are just as harmful

if theres any point to be had, its two-fold, its either the futility in stifling emotion, and to embrace it - the necessity of anger for survival, the barbarism of civil humanity and the hypocrisy of punishing violence

i wonder, did YOU miss the last quarter of the movie?its not pro or anti violence, if anything clockwork orange paints a picture of duality or neutralism

every deplorable act of violence alex commits is returned to him in non violent ways that are just as harmful

if theres any point to be had, its two-fold, its either the futility in stifling emotion, and to embrace it - the necessity of anger for survival, the barbarism of civil humanity and the hypocrisy of punishing violence

i wonder, did YOU miss the last quarter of the movie?its not pro or anti violence, if anything clockwork orange paints a picture of duality or neutralism

every deplorable act of violence alex commits is returned to him in non violent ways that are just as harmful

if theres any point to be had, its two-fold, its either the futility in stifling emotion, and to embrace it - the necessity of anger for survival, the barbarism of civil humanity and the hypocrisy of punishing violence

i wonder, did YOU miss the last quarter of the movie?its not pro or anti violence, if anything clockwork orange paints a picture of duality or neutralism

every deplorable act of violence alex commits is returned to him in non violent ways that are just as harmful

if theres any point to be had, its two-fold, its either the futility in stifling emotion, and to embrace it - the necessity of anger for survival, the barbarism of civil humanity and the hypocrisy of punishing violence

i wonder, did YOU miss the last quarter of the movie?its not pro or anti violence, if anything clockwork orange paints a picture of duality or neutralism

every deplorable act of violence alex commits is returned to him in non violent ways that are just as harmful

if theres any point to be had, its two-fold, its either the futility in stifling emotion, and to embrace it - the necessity of anger for survival, the barbarism of civil humanity and the hypocrisy of punishing violence

i wonder, did YOU miss the last quarter of the movie?its not pro or anti violence, if anything clockwork orange paints a picture of duality or neutralism

every deplorable act of violence alex commits is returned to him in non violent ways that are just as harmful

if theres any point to be had, its two-fold, its either the futility in stifling emotion, and to embrace it - the necessity of anger for survival, the barbarism of civil humanity and the hypocrisy of punishing violence

i wonder, did YOU miss the last quarter of the movie?its not pro or anti violence, if anything clockwork orange paints a picture of duality or neutralism

every deplorable act of violence alex commits is returned to him in non violent ways that are just as harmful

if theres any point to be had, its two-fold, its either the futility in stifling emotion, and to embrace it - the necessity of anger for survival, the barbarism of civil humanity and the hypocrisy of punishing violence

i wonder, did YOU miss the last quarter of the movie?its not pro or anti violence, if anything clockwork orange paints a picture of duality or neutralism

every deplorable act of violence alex commits is returned to him in non violent ways that are just as harmful

if theres any point to be had, its two-fold, its either the futility in stifling emotion, and to embrace it - the necessity of anger for survival, the barbarism of civil humanity and the hypocrisy of punishing violence

i wonder, did YOU miss the last quarter of the movie?its not pro or anti violence, if anything clockwork orange paints a picture of duality or neutralism

every deplorable act of violence alex commits is returned to him in non violent ways that are just as harmful

if theres any point to be had, its two-fold, its either the futility in stifling emotion, and to embrace it - the necessity of anger for survival, the barbarism of civil humanity and the hypocrisy of punishing violence

i wonder, did YOU miss the last quarter of the movie?its not pro or anti violence, if anything clockwork orange paints a picture of duality or neutralism

every deplorable act of violence alex commits is returned to him in non violent ways that are just as harmful

if theres any point to be had, its two-fold, its either the futility in stifling emotion, and to embrace it - the necessity of anger for survival, the barbarism of civil humanity and the hypocrisy of punishing violence

i wonder, did YOU miss the last quarter of the movie?its not pro or anti violence, if anything clockwork orange paints a picture of duality or neutralism

every deplorable act of violence alex commits is returned to him in non violent ways that are just as harmful

if theres any point to be had, its two-fold, its either the futility in stifling emotion, and to embrace it - the necessity of anger for survival, the barbarism of civil humanity and the hypocrisy of punishing violence

i wonder, did YOU miss the last quarter of the movie?
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if theres any point to be had, its two-fold, its either the futility in stifling emotion, and to embrace it - the necessity of anger for survival, the barbarism of civil humanity and the hypocrisy of punishing violence

i wonder, did YOU miss the last quarter of the movie?v
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if theres any point to be had, its two-fold, its either the futility in stifling emotion, and to embrace it - the necessity of anger for survival, the barbarism of civil humanity and the hypocrisy of punishing violence

i wonder, did YOU miss the last quarter of the movie?
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its not pro or anti violence, if anything clockwork orange paints a picture of duality or neutralism

every deplorable act of violence alex commits is returned to him in non violent ways that are just as harmful

if theres any point to be had, its two-fold, its either the futility in stifling emotion, and to embrace it - the necessity of anger for survival, the barbarism of civil humanity and the hypocrisy of punishing violence

i wonder, did YOU miss the last quarter of the movie?its not pro or anti violence, if anything clockwork orange paints a picture of duality or neutralism

every deplorable act of violence alex commits is returned to him in non violent ways that are just as harmful

if theres any point to be had, its two-fold, its either the futility in stifling emotion, and to embrace it - the necessity of anger for survival, the barbarism of civil humanity and the hypocrisy of punishing violence

i wonder, did YOU miss the last quarter of the movie?its not pro or anti violence, if anything clockwork orange paints a picture of duality or neutralism

every deplorable act of violence alex commits is returned to him in non violent ways that are just as harmful

if theres any point to be had, its two-fold, its either the futility in stifling emotion, and to embrace it - the necessity of anger for survival, the barbarism of civil humanity and the hypocrisy of punishing violence

i wonder, did YOU miss the last quarter of the movie?its not pro or anti violence, if anything clockwork orange paints a picture of duality or neutralism

every deplorable act of violence alex commits is returned to him in non violent ways that are just as harmful

if theres any point to be had, its two-fold, its either the futility in stifling emotion, and to embrace it - the necessity of anger for survival, the barbarism of civil humanity and the hypocrisy of punishing violence

i wonder, did YOU miss the last quarter of the movie?its not pro or anti violence, if anything clockwork orange paints a picture of duality or neutralism

every deplorable act of violence alex commits is returned to him in non violent ways that are just as harmful

if theres any point to be had, its two-fold, its either the futility in stifling emotion, and to embrace it - the necessity of anger for survival, the barbarism of civil humanity and the hypocrisy of punishing violence

i wonder, did YOU miss the last quarter of the movie?its not pro or anti violence, if anything clockwork orange paints a picture of duality or neutralism

every deplorable act of violence alex commits is returned to him in non violent ways that are just as harmful

if theres any point to be had, its two-fold, its either the futility in stifling emotion, and to embrace it - the necessity of anger for survival, the barbarism of civil humanity and the hypocrisy of punishing violence

i wonder, did YOU miss the last quarter of the movie?its not pro or anti violence, if anything clockwork orange paints a picture of duality or neutralism

every deplorable act of violence alex commits is returned to him in non violent ways that are just as harmful

if theres any point to be had, its two-fold, its either the futility in stifling emotion, and to embrace it - the necessity of anger for survival, the barbarism of civil humanity and the hypocrisy of punishing violence

i wonder, did YOU miss the last quarter of the movie?its not pro or anti violence, if anything clockwork orange paints a picture of duality or neutralism

every deplorable act of violence alex commits is returned to him in non violent ways that are just as harmful

if theres any point to be had, its two-fold, its either the futility in stifling emotion, and to embrace it - the necessity of anger for survival, the barbarism of civil humanity and the hypocrisy of punishing violence

i wonder, did YOU miss the last quarter of the movie?its not pro or anti violence, if anything clockwork orange paints a picture of duality or neutralism

every deplorable act of violence alex commits is returned to him in non violent ways that are just as harmful

if theres any point to be had, its two-fold, its either the futility in stifling emotion, and to embrace it - the necessity of anger for survival, the barbarism of civil humanity and the hypocrisy of punishing violence

i wonder, did YOU miss the last quarter of the movie?its not pro or anti violence, if anything clockwork orange paints a picture of duality or neutralism

every deplorable act of violence alex commits is returned to him in non violent ways that are just as harmful

if theres any point to be had, its two-fold, its either the futility in stifling emotion, and to embrace it - the necessity of anger for survival, the barbarism of civil humanity and the hypocrisy of punishing violence

i wonder, did YOU miss the last quarter of the movie?its not pro or anti violence, if anything clockwork orange paints a picture of duality or neutralism

every deplorable act of violence alex commits is returned to him in non violent ways that are just as harmful

if theres any point to be had, its two-fold, its either the futility in stifling emotion, and to embrace it - the necessity of anger for survival, the barbarism of civil humanity and the hypocrisy of punishing violence

i wonder, did YOU miss the last quarter of the movie?its not pro or anti violence, if anything clockwork orange paints a picture of duality or neutralism

every deplorable act of violence alex commits is returned to him in non violent ways that are just as harmful

if theres any point to be had, its two-fold, its either the futility in stifling emotion, and to embrace it - the necessity of anger for survival, the barbarism of civil humanity and the hypocrisy of punishing violence

i wonder, did YOU miss the last quarter of the movie?its not pro or anti violence, if anything clockwork orange paints a picture of duality or neutralism

every deplorable act of violence alex commits is returned to him in non violent ways that are just as harmful

if theres any point to be had, its two-fold, its either the futility in stifling emotion, and to embrace it - the necessity of anger for survival, the barbarism of civil humanity and the hypocrisy of punishing violence

i wonder, did YOU miss the last quarter of the movie?its not pro or anti violence, if anything clockwork orange paints a picture of duality or neutralism

every deplorable act of violence alex commits is returned to him in non violent ways that are just as harmful

if theres any point to be had, its two-fold, its either the futility in stifling emotion, and to embrace it - the necessity of anger for survival, the barbarism of civil humanity and the hypocrisy of punishing violence

i wonder, did YOU miss the last quarter of the movie?its not pro or anti violence, if anything clockwork orange paints a picture of duality or neutralism

every deplorable act of violence alex commits is returned to him in non violent ways that are just as harmful

if theres any point to be had, its two-fold, its either the futility in stifling emotion, and to embrace it - the necessity of anger for survival, the barbarism of civil humanity and the hypocrisy of punishing violence

i wonder, did YOU miss the last quarter of the movie?its not pro or anti violence, if anything clockwork orange paints a picture of duality or neutralism

every deplorable act of violence alex commits is returned to him in non violent ways that are just as harmful

if theres any point to be had, its two-fold, its either the futility in stifling emotion, and to embrace it - the necessity of anger for survival, the barbarism of civil humanity and the hypocrisy of punishing violence

i wonder, did YOU miss the last quarter of the movie?its not pro or anti violence, if anything clockwork orange paints a picture of duality or neutralism

every deplorable act of violence alex commits is returned to him in non violent ways that are just as harmful

if theres any point to be had, its two-fold, its either the futility in stifling emotion, and to embrace it - the necessity of anger for survival, the barbarism of civil humanity and the hypocrisy of punishing violence

i wonder, did YOU miss the last quarter of the movie?its not pro or anti violence, if anything clockwork orange paints a picture of duality or neutralism

every deplorable act of violence alex commits is returned to him in non violent ways that are just as harmful

if theres any point to be had, its two-fold, its either the futility in stifling emotion, and to embrace it - the necessity of anger for survival, the barbarism of civil humanity and the hypocrisy of punishing violence

i wonder, did YOU miss the last quarter of the movie?its not pro or anti violence, if anything clockwork orange paints a picture of duality or neutralism

every deplorable act of violence alex commits is returned to him in non violent ways that are just as harmful

if theres any point to be had, its two-fold, its either the futility in stifling emotion, and to embrace it - the necessity of anger for survival, the barbarism of civil humanity and the hypocrisy of punishing violence

i wonder, did YOU miss the last quarter of the movie?its not pro or anti violence, if anything clockwork orange paints a picture of duality or neutralism

every deplorable act of violence alex commits is returned to him in non violent ways that are just as harmful

if theres any point to be had, its two-fold, its either the futility in stifling emotion, and to embrace it - the necessity of anger for survival, the barbarism of civil humanity and the hypocrisy of punishing violence

i wonder, did YOU miss the last quarter of the movie?its not pro or anti violence, if anything clockwork orange paints a picture of duality or neutralism

every deplorable act of violence alex commits is returned to him in non violent ways that are just as harmful

if theres any point to be had, its two-fold, its either the futility in stifling emotion, and to embrace it - the necessity of anger for survival, the barbarism of civil humanity and the hypocrisy of punishing violence

i wonder, did YOU miss the last quarter of the movie?its not pro or anti violence, if anything clockwork orange paints a picture of duality or neutralism

every deplorable act of violence alex commits is returned to him in non violent ways that are just as harmful

if theres any point to be had, its two-fold, its either the futility in stifling emotion, and to embrace it - the necessity of anger for survival, the barbarism of civil humanity and the hypocrisy of punishing violence

i wonder, did YOU miss the last quarter of the movie?its not pro or anti violence, if anything clockwork orange paints a picture of duality or neutralism

every deplorable act of violence alex commits is returned to him in non violent ways that are just as harmful

if theres any point to be had, its two-fold, its either the futility in stifling emotion, and to embrace it - the necessity of anger for survival, the barbarism of civil humanity and the hypocrisy of punishing violence

i wonder, did YOU miss the last quarter of the movie?its not pro or anti violence, if anything clockwork orange paints a picture of duality or neutralism

every deplorable act of violence alex commits is returned to him in non violent ways that are just as harmful

if theres any point to be had, its two-fold, its either the futility in stifling emotion, and to embrace it - the necessity of anger for survival, the barbarism of civil humanity and the hypocrisy of punishing violence

i wonder, did YOU miss the last quarter of the movie?its not pro or anti violence, if anything clockwork orange paints a picture of duality or neutralism

every deplorable act of violence alex commits is returned to him in non violent ways that are just as harmful

if theres any point to be had, its two-fold, its either the futility in stifling emotion, and to embrace it - the necessity of anger for survival, the barbarism of civil humanity and the hypocrisy of punishing violence

i wonder, did YOU miss the last quarter of the movie?its not pro or anti violence, if anything clockwork orange paints a picture of duality or neutralism

every deplorable act of violence alex commits is returned to him in non violent ways that are just as harmful

if theres any point to be had, its two-fold, its either the futility in stifling emotion, and to embrace it - the necessity of anger for survival, the barbarism of civil humanity and the hypocrisy of punishing violence

i wonder, did YOU miss the last quarter of the movie?its not pro or anti violence, if anything clockwork orange paints a picture of duality or neutralism

every deplorable act of violence alex commits is returned to him in non violent ways that are just as harmful

if theres any point to be had, its two-fold, its either the futility in stifling emotion, and to embrace it - the necessity of anger for survival, the barbarism of civil humanity and the hypocrisy of punishing violence

i wonder, did YOU miss the last quarter of the movie?its not pro or anti violence, if anything clockwork orange paints a picture of duality or neutralism

every deplorable act of violence alex commits is returned to him in non violent ways that are just as harmful

if theres any point to be had, its two-fold, its either the futility in stifling emotion, and to embrace it - the necessity of anger for survival, the barbarism of civil humanity and the hypocrisy of punishing violence

i wonder, did YOU miss the last quarter of the movie?its not pro or anti violence, if anything clockwork orange paints a picture of duality or neutralism

every deplorable act of violence alex commits is returned to him in non violent ways that are just as harmful

if theres any point to be had, its two-fold, its either the futility in stifling emotion, and to embrace it - the necessity of anger for survival, the barbarism of civil humanity and the hypocrisy of punishing violence

i wonder, did YOU miss the last quarter of the movie?