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Nuclear Explosions Since 1945
Estrella
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Nuclear Explosions Since 1945
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Acid Cat!
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RE: Nuclear Explosions Since 1945
there have been quit a few..

no more is a good thing
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RE: Nuclear Explosions Since 1945
Friend just showed me this tonight. Pretty sick, eh? Poor Arizona has been blowed up. And I can't imagine what France has done to our oceans. Nuclear fallout boy says 'goddamn them'.
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