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How Do You Make Good People?
Posted on May 28, 2008 by Luke Ford
For the past two months, I’ve had a part-time job — picking up kids from school and driving them home. This time in the car with a load of terrorists (if I don’t give them everything they want, they will … Continue reading →
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