Monday, May 30, 2005

Clueless People at BanBali.com

Click over here: http://www.banbali.com/
... The sole aim of BanBali.com is to create political pressure from Australians, the Australian Government and the Balinese people to have the Indonesian Government bring into Indonesian law the scope for “Unconditional Presidential Pardons” for international prisoners and then pardon Schapelle Corby...
Good. Don't come to Bali. Indonesian people don't need your drugs money anyway.

56 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Turd World!

12:13 AM  
Anonymous Benno said...

Let us for a moment believe that Corby's claims are true, that an Australian in Australia placed the drugs into her bag in an Australian airport for transportation to another Australian airport to be removed by a fellow Australian baggage handler. Said Australians therefore know that (a). They have blown a domestic drug deal intended for Australia's streets and (b). That a fellow Australian is innocent and is rotting in a foreign jail. Said Australians have had seven months to come clean and free a fellow innocent Australian from a foreign jail and from their collective consciences. These Australians however have remained steadfast in their silence, condemning a fellow Australian to 20 years of foreign incarceration.
As much as every bogan out on the street is shouting for a boycott of bali, I am finding it difficult to understand their logic. Oh yes, it was the balinese that placed the drugs in her bag. It was the balinese that had not stood up for the Australian for seven months knowing all too well that their drug trade had gone bust, it was those evil balinese street merchants and hotel cleaners that have framed Corby through their silence.
Had any foreign national been caught with drugs entering this country and claimed that one had placed said items in their bags, would Australian custom officers react any differently? I doubt Aussie custom officers would have a quiet chuckle with the accused smuggler and let them on their way. The real evil are those Aussies that if we take Corby's words as truth, indicted her to a life of incarceration based on their cowardice. The only logical step that the general public can take is to Boycott Australia!! Ban Australia now for sending this girl to her hell!!!! Boycott Australia!

9:34 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wanna ban Australia's Product?

Australia Product:

BlueScope Steel
Product: Steel, Roof, Wall, Gutterinng and Down Pipes
Brand: Zincalume, Lysaght, Colorbond,Xlerplate

10:15 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wanna ban Australian Product?

PT Indofood's Group
Product: Instant Noodle, wheat and flour imported from Australia and recognize by the Australian Wheat Board (AWB)
Brand: Indomie etc

10:20 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wann ban Australian product?

Cutana Hat Company
http://www.cutana.com.au/
Product: Leather good, fashion hat etx
Brand: Cutana

10:34 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

not every one that travells is a drug user how dare you assume that we are after that comment i would not travel to bali what a hypocryte you are !!!

1:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

YES, PLEASE DON'T TRAVEL TO BALI.

3:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wanna ban Australian product?

Australian Product:
Company: SPC Ardmona
http://www.spcardmona.com.au/
Product: Food

Brand : SPC,Ardmona, Goulbourn Valley, Southern Cross, Taylor's, IXL

6:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

quote :
Wanna ban Australian Product?

PT Indofood's Group
Product: Instant Noodle, wheat and flour imported from Australia and recognize by the Australian Wheat Board (AWB)
Brand: Indomie etc

-----------

hahahah.... I've switched to Wings Foods' Mie Sedaap long ago :P

6:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wanna ban Australian product?

Australian Product: Cattle
Data from:
http://www.livecorp.com.au/downloads/Cattledest04.pdf

Cattle exported to Indonesia:
Year | Head | Total Exp.| Percentage
2004 359.640 637.748 56.4 %
2003 387.160 774.248 50.0%
2002 429.615 971.880 44.2%
2001 289.525 822.474 32.8%
2000 296.563 895.982 33.1%

Indonesia has consume a large number of meat supplied from the cattle imported from Australia, and increase every year. Reducing meat consumption will reduce trade with Australia and help Indonesia Rupiah.

Product Substitution: Cattle from South America, Protein from Soybean

7:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Interesting data, even the Australian Cattle export decreasing 13% in 2004, but the number of cattle shipped to Indonesia increased from 50.0% to 56.4% from the total export....

Save Indonesia...

7:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Indonesian Pig Farmer agains Australia Pork

Even most of Indonesian are moslem, it seems that Indonesian pig farmer has began to outnumber Australian Pork producer in Singapore. Maybe, since most of Indonesian didn't eat pork, then all of the pig are directly air freighted to Singapore.
Go pigs.....go....


source: http://www.australianpork.com.au/media/Export Report - March 2005.doc.
" The live Indonesian pig trade is also a consistent competitor within the Singapore fresh pork market, with monthly carcase weight volumes remaining stable while Australian supplies have eased. In March, fresh pork volumes sourced from Indonesia exceeded air freighted Australian fresh pork for the first time since Australia gained a foothold in Singapore post the Malaysian Nipah Virus outbreak."

7:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes, well let's see if the two countries boycott each other who winds up better off. Six'll get you ten that it won't be the Indonesians that are currently relying on Australian tsunami aid money.

11:32 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Six'll get you ten that it won't be the Indonesians that are currently relying on Australian tsunami aid money.

Hahah delusional arrogant bastard. Indonesian relying on Australian tsunami aid?

Take ur drugs money and wasted it somewhere else!

11:38 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What a masterful command of the English language you have.

Now command this into your thick skull:

"After 1966, Indonesia welcomed and maintained close relations with the donor community, particularly the United States, western Europe, Australia, and Japan, through the Intergovernmental Group on Indonesia (IGGI) and its successor, the Consultative Group on Indonesia (CGI), which have provided substantial foreign economic assistance. Problems in Timor and Indonesia's reluctance to implement economic reform, have complicated Indonesia's relationship with donors."

Appears to me Indonesia's been taking our money for some time now. One thing I do agree with you on, the money we've been sending to Indonesia for nearly forty years now has indeed been "wasted" and would have been better sent to countries that need it - after all, you're telling me you don't want it OR need it, right?

11:46 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You're telling me you don't want it OR need it, right?

RIGHT. INDONESIA DON'T NEED IT. THANK YOU. GO AWAY.

11:58 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

So why have you been taking it for forty years? Took you that long to figure out you didn't need it?

12:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

So why have you been taking it for forty years? Took you that long to figure out you didn't need it?

YEAH THEY ARE A LITTLE SLOW THERE IN INDONESIA. HAHAH. WE DON'T NEED IT. THANK YOU. GO AWAY

12:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

As an outsider prospective to this argument...

If you wanna boycott each other, hate to say it INDONESIA but u r the loser. Australia has better $ and alot of your monies come from the tourism industry. which in fact the aussies support 90% of.

so shove that up your pipe and smoke it!

p.s can you send me some of the cannabis you confiscated from corby. i know all you authorities have been smoking it. u corrupt son of a bitch!

12:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wanna boycott Australian Product?

Australian Product:
Foster Beer
http://www.fosters.com.au/
Company : Fosters Group
Product: Beer, Wine
Beer Brand: Foster's Lager, Victoria Bitter, Crown Lager, Carlton Cold, Sterling, Carlton Draught.
Wine Brand: Wolf Blass, Beringer, Chateau St Jean, Chateau Souverain.

12:37 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wanna boycott Australian Product?

Australian Cotton
http://www.austcottonshippers.com.au/crop_reports.asp


The total export of Australian Cotton is 225 million kg of raw cotton where: Indonesia is the main destination (36.04%), China is the second destination (15.76%) and Korea at the third (13.2%). Stop cotton import from Australia might boost the polyester fibre's production in Indonesia...
Sweat more and drink water more....

Alternative product: Polyester fibre

12:56 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

and alot of your monies come from the tourism industry. which in fact the aussies support 90% of.

HAHAH SAYS WHO?

1:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

as an outsider I'd like to say: well australians, you're the winner for a merely short time, but you're looser for a longer time given facts that Indonesia still have abundant of natural resources and you'll loose supprot from England and USA that will be busy taking care themselves in competing with Europe, China, and Japan.

Anyway, is true that Australian money from CGI goes to Indonesia? Given the fact from IMF and WB report that CGI money to Indonesia is from Japan (58%), USA (31%), and the rest is from Western Europe.

So, Australian: Go fuck yourself!

11:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wanna ban Australian Product?

TimeZone, Australia

Product: Game Arcade
http://www.timezone.com.au/
http://www.timezone.co.id/

Join venture with Matahari Group, but they have to pay franchise license to Timezone Australia. Let Matahari create their own game arcade brand....

8:39 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wanna ban Australia Product?

Australian Wheat


AWB's World Wheat Production

Biro Pusat Statistik: Indonesia Foreign Trade

In 2003, Indonesia imports 1.3 Mio tonnes (32,5 % of Indonesia consumption) of wheat from Australia (total production 9.4 Mio tonnes). In 2004 this figure raise to 2.971 Mio tonnes with Australian production relative same with the previous year, it means Indonesia contribute 32% of Australia wheat export....

Still consuming instant noodles?...

10:05 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fuck you Indonesia, it would be better for the world if you were at the bottom of the Pacfic Ocean.

10:49 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


WANNA BAN INDONESIAN PRODUCTS?


WWW.CUMFUCKMENOW.COM

CUM FUCK ME NOW CHEAP PROSTITUTES & STRIPPERS

PRODUCT: CHEAP INDONESIAN SLUTS WHO PUT OUT WHEN YOU FLASH A $1 AT THEM. THEY GIVE CHEAP BUT NOT THE BEST BLOW JOBS, THEY TAKE IT UP THE ARSE, & ATTEMPT TO FUCK YOUR BRAINS OUT.

INSTEAD OPT FOR: MRS.PALMER, YOUR HAND DOES A BETTER JOB! IT COMES WITH A BLOW GUARANTEE!

11:55 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

WANNA BOYCOTT CIVILISATION?
WWW.ISUPPORTBINLADEN.COM

I SUPPORT BIN LADEN & WE CAN BLOW UP ANYTHING!

PRODUCT: WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION.
DESCRIPTION:
WE CAN BLOW UP ANYTHING, YOU GET A GUARANTEE OF BLOW YOURSELF UP WITH THE BOMB & BECOME A BORN AGAIN VIRGIN. JUST VISIT A FEW CAMPS AROUND THE COUNTRY AND YOU CAN JOIN US!
INSTEAD OPT FOR: BALI. YOU ONLY GET 18 MONTHS JAIL IF YOU DON'T SUCCEED IN KILLING YOURSELF

12:04 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Stupid aussie, no one will do blow jobs wuth $ 1. Your money is so cheap here. Maybe you got the one with STD, go check yourself out, mate! You'll probably need some antibiotics for that! LOL

12:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Waitwaitwait, notice how there's all these Australian products in Indonesia for you to boycott? Y'know for the life of me I can't think of anything Indonesian that I really couldn't do without.

ANd given that 5% of Indonesia's imports come from Australia, you'll be far worse off than we will be under dual boycotts.

And... we'll lose support from England and the USA before you do? Don't make me laugh!

12:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wanna ban Australia Product?

Australian Merino Wool

ABS:
The wool industry

Product: Merino wool
Main Export Destionation: China, Hongkong, Japan, etc..

The Australian Wool Industry has a great pressure from International Community for the controversial farming technique of mulesing. But several countries in Asia still the main importer of Australian merino wool. Reducing imports of the wool-based textile from such countries will help the abused sheeps...

Sheeeeepsss..........

2:08 PM  
Anonymous raditya said...

Yes, you'll loose support from England and US for defense and trade. We may loose also, but why we're so worry? We're Asians, our trade with Japanese has been increased 16 times within several months after SBY was elected. And China, India, we're in the process of negociation to make a great Asian pact. Not to mention cooperation with ASEAN. Soon your parents (UK & US) will be busy to protect you since they have their own problems with EU. So where're you goin' Aussie? Don't cry then. And how about your aid? It's worth AU$ 1 billion, we thank for that. But how about our student in your country? Their contribution is as much as AU$ 750 millions per year and predicted to be increase to AU$ 1,3 billion in 2005. Well you only give us once, and we give you every year! Guess who'll loose in this competition? We just can send our sons/daugters to study in Japan, UK, US, or other western countries in Europe. But loosing that much money? You'll have a much more expensive universities that your students couldn't afford, and less valued property. Talk with data morons, I expect an intelligent argument from you.

6:06 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

raditya,

Indonesian students, as nice as they are, would not contribute $750 million each year to Australia. There would have to be about 100,000 Indonesian students in Australia spending $7500 each. I can testify that as a university student, I can spend about that much over 18 months, if I included the university fees on top of my living and entertainment expenses.

Losing Indonesian students from Australian universities will mean that Australian universities will have to be more competitive in their fees to try and attract students. That means lower fees, not higher.

7:50 PM  
Anonymous raditya said...

Well in 2004 Indonesian students in Australia are about 20.000 students.

According to Melbourne Univ, standard cost of living of international student per month is: (in AU$ excluding travel allowance, visa, college fee, etc.)
- living allowance: $250
- lodging : $1000
- meals : $400
- insurance : $30
- books and supplies: $50
- person. expenses: $200
- local transport: $60
- tuition fee : $1100

So it makes:
AU$ 3090 per MONTH/student.

And per total per YEAR:
AU$ 741.600.000

I must remind you that international students must pay more than locals for tuition fee. So mate, tell me if my data is not true!

Wrong, loosing Indonesian students will stop 1 source of income significantly that make them increase their tuition fee. You dont expect that S'pore and Malaysia will fill the hole suddenly, do you?

please provide me your name even though it's a false one so I can make distinction between you and other anonymous.

9:37 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

According to Melbourne Univ, standard cost of living of international student per month is: (in AU$ excluding travel allowance, visa, college fee, etc.)
- living allowance: $250
- lodging : $1000
- meals : $400
- insurance : $30
- books and supplies: $50
- person. expenses: $200
- local transport: $60
- tuition fee : $1100


I know that living in Melbourne can be quite expensive, but I don't think it would be that much per month. Maybe the student example shown is for an expensive university. Books and supplies, transport, and lodging seem fair estimates. But, the students must be stuffing their faces each month to spend $400 on meals. Tuition fees seem like an unnecessary expense. $450 in living allowance and personal expenses is way too much to spend, even for Melbourne. But, I could understand that the Indonesian students would be from rich families, and wouldn't mind spending that amount. In fact, $3090 in expenses is $37,080 per year. That figure just seems too much to be believable, because there are a lot of people in Australia that don't earn that much from work alone.

loosing Indonesian students will stop 1 source of income significantly that make them increase their tuition fee. You dont expect that S'pore and Malaysia will fill the hole suddenly, do you?

It becomes a matter of supply and demand. If universities around Australia suddenly found that 20,000 Indonesian students have decided not to come to Australia, then the university needs to fill the places with other students. If the universities can't find replacement students, the universities wouldn't increase fees for Australian students, because that would discourage students to attend or continue attending university.

PT

10:18 PM  
Anonymous raditya said...

Well PT, I surely couldnt make a survey for all of student to know their daily living costs, that's why I take it from a standard used by Melbourne Univ.(http://oncampus.richmond.edu/academics/international/Studyabroad/urprograms/melbourne.html)

You say tuition fee is an unneccessary expense? C'mon, I agree if it in France or Germany that basically free and you only pay about 200-300 euro per year, but in Australia??? ok, take a look at this:
http://www.services.unimelb.edu.au/mro/students/studyabroad/fees.html

I'm sorry I was wrong, the average tuition fee should be about AU$2000, make it about: AU$957.600.000 per YEAR for 20.000 students, almost $ 1 billion mate.

You got your point, many Indonesian students there are from rich family, though not all of them (can you imagine how come the poor can study in your country?)

I know my calculation maybe too much for you. But what can I say? I refer to a standard used by a very renown university. And dont you think that I know nothing about living in a 1st world country, I ever study in Western Europe. You need about AU$1500 to live properly there. Adding AU$2000 for tuition fee, make it $3500 per month. Not so much different mate!

Your university will try to be competitive with reducing their tuition fee, why not? it's possible. But, at the sametime you also reduce the quality, you couldnt have it both. Do you think Sporean and Malaysian still wanna go there with the reduced quality? Take a look at Spore, their university are even considered better than Aussi univ since several years ago (read Asiaweek). You'll lose mate, your univ will lose by reducing fee and quality.

11:03 PM  
Anonymous raditya said...

http://oncampus.richmond.edu/academics/
international/Studyabroad/urprograms/melbourne.html

http://www.services.unimelb.edu.au/mro/students/
studyabroad/fees.html

11:08 PM  
Anonymous raditya said...

I always work with data my friend PT, that's why I dont wanna say: she's innocent either she's guilty. I just dont have enough data. I know judicial system in my country is corrupt. But still it has nothing to do with this case, believe me my people wouldn't be that stupid (except Bali bombers) making trouble with you people who's our main income in tourism in Bali (after Japan -- I have the data also). So dont say that our system is unjust, just because it's different than yours. Also the verdict is so harsh according your value, but not for us who have different history and condition on drugs case. I have followed this case for 2 weeks and I try to hold myself reading your people insults. Monkey. Primitive. Idiots. etc. But once you insult my country, it becomes personal. And I'm aware that many Indonesians rightnow defending their country, dont blame them, blame your own people for pushing too hard! I'm happy as long as we defend our interest in internet, but with this bacterial terror the case is different. Not for me, but for radical people in my country. I'm sure that you're an intelligent person, you must understand what I mean.

11:24 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wanna ban Australian Product?

Berri Limited Australia

http://www.berriltd.com.au/
Product : Fruit Juice

Brand: Berry Juice, Just Juice, Harmonics, SuperJuice, Harvest, Multi V, Valencia, Cordial, etc...

The fruit came from Australian growers or imported from other countries, but the juice is produced and packaged in Australia.

The product can be easily found at several Indonesia's supermarket.

8:55 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wanna ban Australian Product?

Master Pura Milk

Company: National Food Ltd
http://www.natfoods.com.au/

Product: Dairy Good, Fresh Milk, Cheese, Soymilk, etc

Brand: Master, Pura Milk, Vitasoy, YoGo, Yoplait...

The milk is supplied by the Australian farmers and packaged in Australia. The Pura milk can be found at several Indonesia's supermarkets.

Alternative: Fresh Milk from Bandung Farmer Association.

9:14 AM  
Anonymous kug said...

damn bro! you really have those data :) boycotting each other is unnecessary...

11:57 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Reason for Australians calling for a boycott of Bali or Indonesian products:

1. An Australian citizen is accused of magically smuggling drugs into a country rife with its own drug dealers. This is despite baggage checks made at Australian airports to clear Corby of smuggling drugs.

2. The judges accept the hearsay and lack of evidence of the prosecution, and then ignores the defence's testimony because it is deemed hearsay.

3. Judges deem that because Schapelle can't prove her own innocence, then she must be guilty. Had Schapelle deliberately tried drug smuggling, then she would not have tried to smuggle the drugs by means of her own baggage.

4. A drug smuggler would be much smarter in organising transporting goods. Posting a parcel through the mail to someone she knows in Bali, and then coming to collect it upon her arrival would have been a much better option.

Reasons for Indonesia's call for boycotting Australia and its products:

1. They hate criticism.

1:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

They don't hate criticism, they just hate insults. Any normal man will react if you call him: monkey.
Or, can I call you monkey?

3:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Reasons for Indonesia's call for boycotting Australia and its products:

2. Responding to Australian plans to boycott Bali and Indonesia product. We welcome you to visit Bali or any part of Indonesia and we appreciate for every effort and money that Australian has donated to Tsunami's victim. But I don't think Indonesia should accommodate your demand to change any Indonesian law and justice systems after seeing Ms Corby tears in television. For Indonesian, Ms Corby's case would be an example of President SBY handling foreign issues, especially the Indo-Australia affairs. We have seen that government of Indonesia give privileges on the Australia's demand without any strong reason why Indonesia should give such exception to Australia.

3. Give some figures regarding the trade between two countries. We would like to inform Australia that Indonesia is one of Australia foreign market, perhaps not the biggest but might be can contribute a certain number of Australian export on particular commodities. You only have to read the Australian Year Book from ABARE to find out these numbers. Likewise, Indonesia also depends on his White Asian Neighbor.

4. Introducing the Self-Sufficient concept for Indonesian.
For a short period of time, Indonesia managed to stop importing Australian livestock in the past, increase a substantial meat demand for Indonesian farmers and a higher price on local meat. But then the Indo-Australia was getting better and the trades were normal again. It is nice to know that Australia would like to initiate a program for Indonesia to stand on their feet and at the same time loosing their grabs on Indonesia economy.

3:35 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wanna ban Australia Product?

Mister Potato

http://www.ausveg.com.au/
Company: Mamme-Double Decker Berhad, Malaysia.
Product: Potato Chips

This product is actually made in Malaysia but the potato was grown in Australia. The product has a logo "Endorsed by Ausveg". Ausveg stand for Australian Vegetable and Potato Growers Federation.

3:45 PM  
Anonymous DDIndo said...

well said guys, well said, I'm proud of you my fellow Indonesians. Not to mention our student contribution to Australia which is almost 1 billion AUD per year! I think democracy is bad for us guys, because we cannot make people not to go to Australia, but if boycotting Bali happens longer than a month. We must strike our fellow who keep sending their children there. And it's successfully applied in Malaysia before.

4:39 PM  
Anonymous raditya said...

BOYCOTT BALI????

Well in 2004 Indonesian students in Australia are about 20.000 students.

According to Melbourne Univ, standard cost of living of international student per month is: (in AU$ excluding travel allowance, visa, college fee, etc.)
- living allowance: $250
- lodging : $1000
- meals : $400
- insurance : $30
- books and supplies: $50
- person. expenses: $200
- local transport: $60
- tuition fee : $2000
So it makes:
AU$ 3740 per MONTH/student.

And total per YEAR for 20.000 students:
almost AU$ 1 billion

I must remind you that international students must pay more than locals for tuition fee.

So, who's gonna lose from this boycott competition??? BOTH. You give us your tourist dollar and we give you our students money. Boycotting each other is not necessary and I consider it fool. Just dont be so arrogant, we need each other, didn't Adam Smith and David Ricardo tell you about that longtime ago?

5:25 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

More people who can speak English at uni?

Count me in!

2:59 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

orang2 australia ini emang gak ada yg bisa bahasa lain selain bhs inggris. dasar bego.
il n'y a pas beaucoup d'australiens qui parlent autre langue qu'anglais. ils sont stupides.

woopppsss what did I say? happy guessing morons who can only speak one language!! :D

4:19 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

guys..guys..guys...peace..peace....peace...

5:05 AM  
Anonymous Jess said...

Guess you won't be needing that AU $1 billion in tsunami aid, then.

11:16 PM  
Anonymous pik said...

Well Jess, I smell many bribes today :)

But for the sake of those poor children in Aceh, I rather beg on you..:)

3:42 AM  
Anonymous Jess said...

It's not a bribe. I'm just pointing out that if you don't need our money, then you won't need that billion dollars.

2:01 PM  
Anonymous pik said...

and the reason you don't want to give us aid? the reason to ask back your money? to let Schapelle free? very clever then :)

5:52 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

WANNA BOYCOTT INDONESIA?
WWW.WEFUCKANYTHINGILLEGAL.COM
WE FUCK ANYTHING ILLEGAL

Product: Children as young as 6 work for them. They perform sexual favours of all types. If you want a young asian prostitute, this is the place to call.

Instead opt for: Your wife, or hand. At least your not taking away an innocent childs life!

1:56 PM  
Anonymous pik said...

intelligent comments Corby's camp. Kat, are you proud having a "buddy" like him? :)

2:38 PM  

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