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American escapee not yet dead as earlier reported


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Please help me to understand what's going on here …...

is the American fugitive DEAD   ?

is the American fugitive alive  ?

is he pregnant   ?

is his wife pregnant  ?

is she dead   ?

is his stolen Mitsubishi car for sale   ?

 

thanks,

more popcorn please   🍿…   i'm lovin this movie  !!

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Everyone PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE you keep forgetting that it’s the façade of a fictitious alternate that matters. Everything real is fake and we are all nothing but a dream where there is no "happy ending"...

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2 hours ago, steven100 said:

Please help me to understand what's going on here …...

is the American fugitive DEAD   ?

is the American fugitive alive  ?

is he pregnant   ?

is his wife pregnant  ?

is she dead   ?

is his stolen Mitsubishi car for sale   ?

 

thanks,

more popcorn please   🍿…   i'm lovin this movie  !!

Is it his wife or an unwanted lady boy who planted drugs on him? Those long legs look very masculine. 

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3 hours ago, jacko45k said:

A child's toy in the USA that uses compressed air to fire little plastic balls.

Not necessarily a child's toy the original BB guns shot a metal ball my first was a lever action and would kill small birds and rats my second one was a pump that would give you more power it would kill a squirrels it would also shoot lead pellets about the size of a 22 bullet. The ones that shoot the plastic pellets are air soft guns but even those can be expensive and powerful

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20 hours ago, Fred white said:

Not necessarily a child's toy the original BB guns shot a metal ball my first was a lever action and would kill small birds and rats my second one was a pump that would give you more power it would kill a squirrels it would also shoot lead pellets about the size of a 22 bullet. The ones that shoot the plastic pellets are air soft guns but even those can be expensive and powerful

Yes, we used to call them air guns in the UK and they shot little lead 'slugs' or a feathered small dart. They could indeed do some damage. One I had here in Thailand was more of a toy, the pellets were light. Relative to what one can get one's hands on in the USA, I felt they were closer to toys!

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