Increible.
El abyecto Santiaguix Sabater Patufet que tan soezmente trata a nuestra Bego, de manera indignante y ofensiva ... resulta que tiene una hija.

Una hija mayorcita que vive, ni mas ni menos que en la Argentina.

Nadie hubiese pensado que un patan que se expresa tan bajo de las mujeres, tuviera una hija.
Quien, si es de su misma sangre, atendera a los caballeros argentinos con la misma solicitud que su digno padre solicita virtualmente sus bajezas a Bego en este foro.
Vaya con estos plonkis mientras mas los conoce uno peor huelen.

Sabater Santiaguix Patufet es una pieza de basura.

Salud y curvas, Paco
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Increible. El abyecto Santiaguix Sabater Patufet que tan soezmente trata a nuestra Bego, de manera indignante y ofensiva ... resulta ... en la Argentina. Nadie hubiese pensado que un patan que se expresa tan bajo de las mujeres, tuviera una hija.

La debe haber estado culeando hasta que ella se rebeló con un buen cuchillo. A consecuencia de eso debió escapar hacia el sur, dejando al castrado que desde entonces odia las mujeres.
Una verguenza !
Y encima se las dan de persignados.
Salud y curvas, Paco
El Santiaganso Patefuá es un imbécil sin terminar, cosa agravada estéticamente por la inconstancia en el perfeccionamiento.

Si su estigma describiera una recta merecería respeto hasta casi admiración diría yo pero no, el muy desprolijo no es campeón de los tontos porque pierde por tonto.
Si tiene una hija en Argentina, dijo seguramente en cualquier momento tendrá nietos, que en algún momento le preguntarán con inocencia:
"Che abuelo, porqué sos un gayego renegado?"
"La vida te da sorpresas, sorpresas te da la vida....laralai!"

Hasta luego, Paco. Me voy a escupir al cielo.
RLunfa
Pues sí, muchacho, tengo una hija: una walkiria de 1,80 de estatura y 75 kgs. de peso (como no podía ser de otra forma con un padre que tiene que hacerse los pantalones a medida en la parte de la entrepierna para no reventarlos). No me parece a mí que tú puedas presumir de tan digna descendencia, con el caldo de frijoles que albergas en tus huevos. Yo en tu lugar me haría esterilizar para no pudrir a la raza humana echando bodrios al mundo.
Mira, como hoy me siento generoso te hago una oferta. Si me das tu dirección te mando una lata de cocacola llena de semen para que se lo metas a tu mujer ayudándote de un embudo, y verás tú cómo a los seis meses (mi semen contiene acelerator-pro) te echa por las narices un retoño como nunca has soñado.
Santiagazix
P.D. Como la lata de cocacola es de 33 cl. y no creo que le quepa tanta cantidad de líquido en el higo, con lo que sobre puedes hacerte un café con leche.
Mejor mandame a la walkiria y te la regreso con walkiritos y esbelta.

Salud y curvas, Paco.
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CHARITY IN AMERICA
posted 07/06/2004
Charitable giving totaled $240.72 billion in 2003. After adjusting for inflation, this is a slight increase of 0.6 percent from the estimated $239 billion given in 2002.
These figures may change, however, once figures from income tax returns are factored into the evidence.
Even adjusted for inflation, the $241 billion figure in 2003 is the second highest level of giving ever reported, according to the AAFRC (American Association of Fundraising Counsel) Trust for Philanthropy's GIVING USA 2003. Charities earned $243 billion in 2000, the year before the American economy started reeling from the 2000 stock market crash and the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
Once again, giving to churches and religious organizations was the largest portion of charitable donations, accounting for 38.2 percent of the $240.72 billion, for a total of $86.3 billion. In contrast to the $86.3 billion in gifts to churches and religious organizations, moviegoers spent only $9.21 billion at the theatrical box office and $22.2 billion in home video sales and rentals in 2003.

Where the Money Came From in 2003
Individuals 74.5%, $179.36 billion
Foundations 10.9%, $ 26.30 billion
Bequests 9.0%, $ 21.60 billion
Corporations 5.6%, $ 13.46 billion
Where the Money Went in 2003
Religion 38.2%, $86.30 billion
Education 13.1%, $31.60 billion
Unallocated 10.0%, $24 .03 billion
Foundations 8.9%, $21.40 billion
Health 8.7%, $20.80 billion
Human Services 7.8%, $18.89 billion
Arts, culture 5.4%, $13.11 billion
Public/social 5.0%, $12.13 billion
Environment 2.9%, $ 6.95 billion
International 2.2%, $ 5.30 billion
Total: $240.72 billion
American Association of Fundraising Counsel, 06/24/04

GOD BLESS AMERICA FOR EVER
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CHARITY IN AMERICA
posted 07/06/2004
Charitable giving totaled $240.72 billion in 2003. After adjusting for inflation, this is a slight increase of 0.6 percent from the estimated $239 billion given in 2002.
These figures may change, however, once figures from income tax returns are factored into the evidence.
Even adjusted for inflation, the $241 billion figure in 2003 is the second highest level of giving ever reported, according to the AAFRC (American Association of Fundraising Counsel) Trust for Philanthropy's GIVING USA 2003. Charities earned $243 billion in 2000, the year before the American economy started reeling from the 2000 stock market crash and the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
Once again, giving to churches and religious organizations was the largest portion of charitable donations, accounting for 38.2 percent of the $240.72 billion, for a total of $86.3 billion. In contrast to the $86.3 billion in gifts to churches and religious organizations, moviegoers spent only $9.21 billion at the theatrical box office and $22.2 billion in home video sales and rentals in 2003.

Where the Money Came From in 2003
Individuals 74.5%, $179.36 billion
Foundations 10.9%, $ 26.30 billion
Bequests 9.0%, $ 21.60 billion
Corporations 5.6%, $ 13.46 billion
Where the Money Went in 2003
Religion 38.2%, $86.30 billion
Education 13.1%, $31.60 billion
Unallocated 10.0%, $24 .03 billion
Foundations 8.9%, $21.40 billion
Health 8.7%, $20.80 billion
Human Services 7.8%, $18.89 billion
Arts, culture 5.4%, $13.11 billion
Public/social 5.0%, $12.13 billion
Environment 2.9%, $ 6.95 billion
International 2.2%, $ 5.30 billion
Total: $240.72 billion
American Association of Fundraising Counsel, 06/24/04

GOD BLESS AMERICA FOR EVER
~*~PETRY~*~
WebTV-Mail-10113-2
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CHARITY IN AMERICA
posted 07/06/2004
Charitable giving totaled $240.72 billion in 2003. After adjusting for inflation, this is a slight increase of 0.6 percent from the estimated $239 billion given in 2002.
These figures may change, however, once figures from income tax returns are factored into the evidence.
Even adjusted for inflation, the $241 billion figure in 2003 is the second highest level of giving ever reported, according to the AAFRC (American Association of Fundraising Counsel) Trust for Philanthropy's GIVING USA 2003. Charities earned $243 billion in 2000, the year before the American economy started reeling from the 2000 stock market crash and the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
Once again, giving to churches and religious organizations was the largest portion of charitable donations, accounting for 38.2 percent of the $240.72 billion, for a total of $86.3 billion. In contrast to the $86.3 billion in gifts to churches and religious organizations, moviegoers spent only $9.21 billion at the theatrical box office and $22.2 billion in home video sales and rentals in 2003.

Where the Money Came From in 2003
Individuals 74.5%, $179.36 billion
Foundations 10.9%, $ 26.30 billion
Bequests 9.0%, $ 21.60 billion
Corporations 5.6%, $ 13.46 billion
Where the Money Went in 2003
Religion 38.2%, $86.30 billion
Education 13.1%, $31.60 billion
Unallocated 10.0%, $24 .03 billion
Foundations 8.9%, $21.40 billion
Health 8.7%, $20.80 billion
Human Services 7.8%, $18.89 billion
Arts, culture 5.4%, $13.11 billion
Public/social 5.0%, $12.13 billion
Environment 2.9%, $ 6.95 billion
International 2.2%, $ 5.30 billion
Total: $240.72 billion
American Association of Fundraising Counsel, 06/24/04

GOD BLESS AMERICA FOR EVER
~*~PETRY~*~
WebTV-Mail-27575-2170
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