$1.5 million seized on Interstate 5 during traffic stop

CAMP PENDLETON – Border Patrol agents seized more than $1.5 million in cash from two foreign men in traffic stops on Interstate 5, federal officials said today.

A 27-year-old Uzbekistan national, a permanent U.S. resident, was stopped in a truck hauling five cars on a trailer at the North County checkpoint near Camp Pendleton about 4:30 a.m. Friday, according to the Border Patrol.

An X-ray showed anomalies in two Acura SUVs on the trailer, and a search turned up false compartments in rear bumpers that contained 49 bundles of cash totaling more than $1.4 million, according to the Border Patrol.

On Sunday about 2 p.m., a Mexican headed south was found with $10,000 in his pockets and about $49,900 in a jacket, according to the Border Patrol, which turned him over to the Department of Homeland Security for deportation.

Their names were withheld.

53 Responses to "$1.5 million seized on Interstate 5 during traffic stop"

  1. Lee   January 29, 2014 at 8:54 am

    I wonder how much money — billions probably — would be found if the homes of Americans were ever searched (no, I’m not for the illegal search of homes), you know those who call themselves patriots, good Americans and who pledge allegiance to the flag, under one God and all that good stuff . . . only to avoid having to pay taxes.

    Good Americans indeed.

  2. Pink   January 29, 2014 at 11:09 am

    I really hope that Lee will consider leaving his brain to science. Just think how many people could be helped.

  3. Reality Checker   January 29, 2014 at 4:09 pm

    It would be on the shelf and labeled A.B. Normal LOL. And what if they did keep it under the matress or buried in their backyard, its theirs after all. Its thiers after all. HEY! Ive got an idea for ya Lee, why dont YOU take all your money and drive down to the state tax franchise board and donate it since you obviously believe it belongs to the government anyway? Go ahead, Lee! Put your money where your big mouth is!
    My money is mine. My house is mine. My car is mine. All my private property is mine and no governemnt weinie beurocrat has a right to seize it. I earned it, I paid the taxes on it, too much tax. Im Taxed Enough Already (TEA). If I stuff it in a buttplug and walk around with it thats my choice. If I want to withdraw it and throw it up in the wind, its mine to do that with.
    I would love to be there when the government comes knocking on your door, rather when they come barging in demading to toss your while house and not even tell you what they are looking for. You, and your family handcuffed, corralled in a room under gaurd, police tossing your whole crib, then charging you with hiding your own money and then they confiscate it. After all, its not really yours in a communist state.
    Oh how I wish some people could be made to live in a communist country like Cuba or North Korea for a couple of years before they are allowed US citizenship. People that desire or promote a totalitarian communist state should be immediatly stripped of their US citizenship and deported. If you dont fully embrace and actively protect liberty and freedom then you deserve neither. It throughly and completely dusgusts me to my core to hear you and Carla spew such complete Marxist, communist propaganda while you blindly and foolishly follow like lemmings the Teachings of Alinsky and Lenin, rushing gleefully to the demise of the greatest freedom loving and benevolent country in the history of the planet. You are a disgraceful ideological serf of the Progressive left, who uses you as useful robots so they gain and remain in power. That means you want the helpless to die depending on your government for everything including food and water. You believe that the state is more important than life itself. That the progressive agenda is more important than 55 million unborn babies lives. That the promise of free stuff from government is worth every citizens pride and dignity. That government replaces GOD. That GOD has no place in society. And soon, that GOD will have no place in the home. Mark my words, Lee. If you homeschool your kids, the government will be right there to hold you accountable for not protecting your kids from Christianity in the home. Its coming with the government you want Lee, and Carla. It will happen. Police someday will raid your house and take your kids away if you homeschool them and allow them to be exposed to Christianity in the home. Its the type of liberty robbing government you espouse, after all.

  4. Ray (the real one)   January 29, 2014 at 4:27 pm

    Uzbek? Sounds like terrorist funding through Mexican cartels to me.

  5. VC Bookkeeper   January 29, 2014 at 5:23 pm

    Any news on the River Village lockdown? Been an exciting afternoon here.
    VN – See story on top on our front page – just posted.

  6. Curious   January 29, 2014 at 10:38 pm

    Any news on what is happening at the Temecula Border checkpoint tonight??? Just went by about 9:00pm and there was a huge commotion on both sides of the freeway.

  7. Kenyatta   January 30, 2014 at 9:05 am

    RC thinks this country is or was the best on earth. Not if you are a minority it’s not.

  8. Curious   January 30, 2014 at 9:42 am

    What country would a minority be better off in Kenyata? Name one please.

  9. TO LEE   January 30, 2014 at 10:09 am

    I hope you take the time to read Reality Checker #3 – he is so right on about you – you should not live in this free country. You nor Carla don’t appreciate any of the people responsible for it.

    A terrorist attack on you and your family? Who are YOU going to call??

  10. Ray (the real one)   January 30, 2014 at 10:28 am

    Reality Checker: Use more periods and your carriage return please.

  11. Carla   January 30, 2014 at 11:10 am

    @3 "Mine! Mine! Mine! It’s all mine!!" Sounds like old Reality Checker is quoting from the 2012 Republican Party platform again. Oh my! lol

  12. Reality Checker   January 30, 2014 at 11:19 am

    It is what you make of it Kenyatta. There are people of minority that make good of thenselves, its just up to the individual to make good on it and not let anyone especially the governement lead them to believe they are a victim and cant do any better. Dont accept that lie. Dont trade your dignity for a handout. Dont commit crime. Dont do drugs. Work hard, stay away from bad influnces and bad people. Associate with succsessful, honest, hard working people. Dont walk around wearing a hoodie and your pants sagging. Be respectful and EARN respect. Never ever let anyone tell you that you are an entitled victim that must be supported by the government. Thats just a liberal progressive lie, that if your a minority you cant make it. If you believe that, then they have you right where they want you! Dont fall for their BS.

  13. Kenyatta   January 30, 2014 at 12:03 pm

    1850: You people should be happy. What other country would you be better off in?

    2014: You people should be happy. What other country would you be better off in?

    Beat down is still beat down. Us blacks and browns are prisoners in it. To say different would be a lie.

  14. Lee   January 30, 2014 at 12:21 pm

    THIS is what happens when we, as a society, and especially those who shout what good, loyal and proud Americans they are, worship money beyond religious devotion:


    @ Kenyatta

    Amen! The treatment of Obama by the "right" is as if we never had a Civil Rights movement at all, and is if we are reliving the age of Jackie Robinson all over again. The ONLY thing that has changed from then until now is that the white man said, OK, black man, you can have money, too. That is the ONLY thing that has changed in 70 years. Nothing else.

  15. Oh Brother   January 30, 2014 at 12:37 pm

    Ray, the unrivaled master of unintelligible script offering advice to others about formatting issues. This is the guy who almost always ends his comment with something like "sorry it was the Android"

    Pot meet kettle.

  16. Freddy   January 30, 2014 at 12:47 pm

    American trucking has been over run by these types of individuals. Reality Checker, before you start throwing your cash in to the wind. I would be more then happy to take it off your hands.

  17. Reality Checker   January 30, 2014 at 12:50 pm

    You have to admit though, Kenyata, although there have been cruel and demeaning treatment of black people in the past, we have come a very long way to overcoming that as a nation, a brotherhood from sea to sea. ReLly, the only significant source of racial strife only comes from the liberal left, who only want to control you. The ordinary person on the street very probably just doesnt care what color you are. Unless its a street gang, but their activities are usually cartel related and illegal. Not an accurate picture of the average American. Quit living the liberal lie. Quit living in the 50’s and 60’s. Take the opportunity now to realize that the country you live in today is a good one, but only as long as we learn from past mistakes. And stop pretending those mistakes in decades past are somehow keeping you down today. They arent, only you can hold yourself back from success and prosperity today. Be real. And if you get stopped at a checkpoint (making this post relative to the story) understand its not because of skin color.

  18. Curious   January 30, 2014 at 1:37 pm

    The problem is ignorance and a lack of education. Go to school, get an education, get a job. Do not have children you cannot afford (no matter what color you are!!!) There are ignorant people everywhere that believe that a persons color matters, get rid of the hate that is in your own heart and things will look a whole lot better. By the way Carla, yes, what I have earned is mine. I pay taxes on it. Did you earn my money? I don’t think so. Grow up, get a job and give all your money away. It is a free country. I give what I can afford to give. I love my fellow man (and woman) I am Hispanic.

  19. 2Reality Checker   January 30, 2014 at 1:55 pm

    My friend you have figured out the liberal mindset, my congratulations to you. Keep telling the truth my friend and perhaps some of the "englightened leftists" will see the truth and facts in your words. A pleasure to read you. Keep it up.

  20. BonsallGayGuy   January 30, 2014 at 2:39 pm

    I mentioned this on this site some years back that my other half is Cuban-American. Although he was born here his parents immigrated (fled actually) the Castro dictatorship. His dad was held in Castro’s prisons for years before being able to rejoin his family in Miami. His sister was executed by that regime because of her outspoken views. I think it very important for all of us to keep in mind exactly how fortunate we are to live here in the United States and in how few places and how fleeting freedom has been throughout the history of mankind. I don’t say this to excuse real problems we have here in America. But I think a lot of us may really lack perspective about what other people less fortunate than us go through. I can’t speak about anybody else’s life experiences but my own. I do know that as a gay person my life in most countries around the world would be pretty gruesome. I’m very thankful to be here.

  21. BonsallGayGuy   January 30, 2014 at 2:57 pm

    If anyone is interested, here is a link to what I referenced in my last comment. http://www.thevillagenews.com/story/55282/

  22. Pink   January 30, 2014 at 4:41 pm

    Well said BGG. My condolences to your partner for the loss of his sister. I have known a couple of Cuban refugees, and several from China and the Congo. I have a blended family myself, so far my grandchildren have never experienced any discriminatory treatment, and I hope and pray that they never will. I am old enough to remember what it was like in the 60s, and am thankful that I have lived to see a black family occupy the White House (even if I don’t particularly care for his politics) it is a giant leap from the shameful past.

    We are still growing as a nation in the area of civil rights for all human beings, and with God’s grace we can only get better. There are good people in all races just as there are bad people in all races. We choose our own paths. I agree with Curious about education. Education is the key to eradicating ignorance and poverty.

    Women in the middle east as well as other third world countries are still controlled by men. They can be executed if they are raped. Beaten and put in prison simply because of their sex. Homosexuals can be put in prison and executed because of their sexual orientation. Have any of you ever heard of human trafficking? Educate yourself on that issue. It is horrendous. Women and children are exploited everyday, used until they used up, and then killed. Probably by men just like those caught by the customs people in this article.

    America, for all her warts, is still heads above other countries in the area of human rights. We may not always like other peoples view points, but thankfully you cannot be executed for freedom of speech.

  23. good points   January 30, 2014 at 7:17 pm

    Like RC said, if you are a minority ‘only you can hold yourself back’. I also like that he stated what happened in the past is not affecting you directly. I am Hispanic/Mex/Chicano/first US generation (whatever you want to call it), and what little I do have, I have worked for. I do not have a victim/entitled mentality. Thanks.

  24. TimCA   January 30, 2014 at 7:58 pm

    BGG: I’m gay. I live here in Fallbrook. Fidel Castro has never done anything to me. The people who have stepped on my rights are Duncan Hunter, Joel Anderson, Marie Waldron etc.

  25. Reality Checker   January 30, 2014 at 8:16 pm

    I wish I could write a column somewhere. I could write volumes of good stuff.

  26. NIMBY   January 30, 2014 at 8:51 pm

    We are living in the greatest country in the history of the entire world! Want proof? We have a black president and more breakfast cereal choices than anywhere else on the planet. Who can top that?

  27. NIMBY   January 30, 2014 at 9:11 pm

    It may seem like the "greatest freedom loving and benevolent country in the history of the planet" to some, but if we are honest with ourselves, we have some real issues. Serious contradictions in the U.S. allow other groups, (primarily the poor) to experience a country that has been historically cruel and full of inequality.

    On issues that really matter, we have serious work to do. For example, African-American infants suffered a death rate of 13.63 per 1,000 births, more than twice the national average. The CDC’s world rankings indicate that an African-American baby would have a better chance of survival if born in Russia or Bulgaria than in the United States. Low birth-weight incidence explains some of the racial inequality.

    On a serious note, thank you Kenyatta for injecting another voice to this forum.

  28. grunt   January 31, 2014 at 7:21 am

    Kenyatta you made the claim comment #6 that America was not the best country to live in if you were a minority, then curious asked #8

  29. BonsallGayGuy   January 31, 2014 at 12:17 pm

    Pink, thank you for your statement of support. I’m sorry I wasn’t clearer. It was my partner’s aunt who was the one executed (my father in law’s sister).

    TimCa, I’m not sure the point you are trying to convey but would especially encourage you to write further. It would be nice to get additional local gay / lesbian people posting here.

  30. DR DR   January 31, 2014 at 12:36 pm

    What happens to the $1.5mil? It goes into a seized lock up area…then what?

  31. Reality Checker   February 1, 2014 at 10:37 am

    To #30, it probably gets deposited into Oscammers stash.

  32. Joemamma   February 1, 2014 at 12:05 pm

    As much and Lee and Carla’s opinions frustrate me sometimes, I do appreciate their right to them.

  33. Carla   February 1, 2014 at 2:45 pm

    Yes, thank you Kenyatta for introducing reality to this discussion. Do not let the voices of white male privilege silence you!

  34. Carla   February 1, 2014 at 3:20 pm

    @Nimby. Agreed!! It is an outrage that in this country we have one of, if not THE highest overall child poverty rates of any developed nation on the planet. The US also has one of the highest infant mortality rates of practically any country in the developed world. The US also leads in chronic infant malnutrition and has one of the lowest rates for childhood immunization and prepartum health screening outside of the third world. These are statistics for the population in general. When broken down by ethnicity the reality becomes even harsher.

    One thing though, I’m not so sure I agree that "Low birth-weight incidence explains some of the racial inequality." I think the low birth rate incidence among newborns in people of color communities is more a result of the glaring racial inequalities in this society, not necessarily an explanation of their causation.

  35. Carla   February 1, 2014 at 4:16 pm

    @TimCA. Excellent point indeed.

    @BGG. Revolutions are violent things. We all regret the loss of life. There was also loss of life as a result of the American Revolution as well. Yes, there are very real human rights violations that occur in Cuba even today. But let’s get real, there are very real human rights violations here at home too. Look at the numbers of people being held in US prisons today. On a per capita basis, the US is the prison capital of the world. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_incarceration_rate

    Also important to note that there has not been a single execution in Cuba since 2003. Texas alone has executed more than 60 people since 2010.

    The life for the vast majority of the people in pre revolutionary Cuba was pretty poor. The Revolution has brought about almost universal health care, ended illiteracy, poverty and hunger there despite a vicious US imposed embargo of that island. Never forget what role American neocolonialism and militarism has played in that country’s development. Yet life today for the average Cuban, LGBT or not, is much better today by far than in pre-Revolutionary Cuba.

  36. grunt   February 1, 2014 at 6:41 pm

    Nimby – the reason black babies have a much higher death rate is NOT racism it is the behavior of their mothers. Cocaine – alcohol use. Next, the "poor" are NOT treated poorly in this country – welfare and other means to take care of them; compare to any other country, YES, some people have more than others – they earn it.

    Carla – you still spout nonsense, but I have learned that just as soon as someone challenges you to state a fact, you run off and hide- so consider your self challenges, see you next discussion.

    Kenyetta- still waiting for "what country is better for minorities"?

  37. grunt   February 1, 2014 at 6:47 pm

    Carla #35. Nope, wrong. They are not happy – they have not ended illiteracy- just illiteracy for the "privileged" class. Universal health care for a Cuban is poor health care. They have hunger and did you know that most can not drive cars since they can not afford fuel. I guess all the Cubans in rafts are trying to GET to Cuba from here. Again, just like with Obama, you saying it does not make if so

  38. Pink   February 1, 2014 at 8:26 pm

    The infant mortality rate in the United States is about 5.2, with most of it occurring in the inner cities, the highest being the city of Detroit. Crack babies, fetal alcohol syndrome, underage mothers and a complete lack of any prenatal care have to be factored in to these numbers in order to completely understand the situation. Throwing money at the ghetto, the barrio, and the trailer park is apparently not doing much good. Education is the key to eradicating this shameful condition. Both males and females need to be taught at an early age that they need to go to school, they need to go to college. They should not take drugs at all, and they most certainly should not have babies they cannot afford to care for. I could go on for days about birth control education but you get my drift. We can continue to pour money into these areas, but if we don’t combine it with love and education, we are spinning our wheels.

    Carla: If life is so wonderful in Cuba how do you explain all the people still trying to get out? You don’t leave a place, that according to you, is heaven on earth, get on a rickety raft and set sail for Florida unless you are desperate to escape to a new and better life. I know you are all for a revolution here, but I have to say, it aint gona happen. The "Me First" generation will never agree to "give up their stuff." Instead try working within the system to improve the system. We need women like you to work for good, not for evil. Good luck to you.

  39. Carla   February 2, 2014 at 8:00 am

    @35. Grunt. No matter how much you wish to deny reality, just repeating your fact free and baseless opinions (some people might characterize this act as lying) doesn’t make it so. Here are some facts.

    UNICEF reports that the US has one of the highest rates of childhood poverty in the developed world. In fact, the US is the second from the bottom (only Romania’s is worse) http://thinkprogress.org/economy/2012/05/29/491443/un-report-child-poverty/

    In the 1950s before the Revolution the literacy rate in Cuba was well less than 60%. By the early 1960s that rate had risen to 96% which at that time was one of the highest in the world. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cuban_Literacy_Campaign#cite_note-autogenerated1964-11

    Today the literacy rate in Cuba is99.8%http://world.bymap.org/LiteracyRates.html

    If health care is so substandard in Cuba it certainly doesn’t show statistically. Infant as well as childhood mortality rates for Cuba are much lower than this country. Average life expectancy is also higher than the United States.
    (source World Bank, 2007, hardly a pro-Communist organization) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Healthcare_in_Cuba

  40. Carla   February 2, 2014 at 8:04 am

    @37. Grunt (continued):
    Here are some eye opening statistics regarding childhood malnutrition rates by country http://www.unicef.org/publications/files/SOWC_2011_Main_Report_EN_02242011.pdf

    In terms of overall population death rates from malnutrition Cuba is right below Canada and ahead of such countries as Holland, Japan and Sweden. The United States lags well behind most of the developed world. http://www.worldlifeexpectancy.com/cause-of-death/malnutrition/by-country/

    Yes, Cuba imports most of its fuel and because of the embargo its expensive and consequently unobtainable for the majority. And this proves what exactly?

  41. Carla   February 2, 2014 at 8:13 am

    @36. Yes, grunt we all know how people like you think. According to you there’s no racism in the United States. If "those" people would just put down their crack pipes and the malt liquor bottles and tend to their kids with the bountiful resources that the greatest country in world gave them, everything would be fine. USA! USA! USA!
    (eye roll)

    I really wish you would examine some of the stuff you write. Your contentions are frankly vile.

  42. Fallbrook Mom   February 2, 2014 at 12:59 pm

    Wow. How smug and sanctimonious you sound Carla. I guess you just about know everything don’t you. How old are you, 21, 22? Yet you have the audacity to tell Bonsall Gay Guy that his partner should just suck it up. That his aunt was murdered, and his father was put in prison for the good of the wonderful Communist cause. That the people are so much better off under the Castro regime then they were before the military, yes military, coup that took place. Well of course living in fear of your government and having no freedom whatsoever is obviously so much more fun than being able to choose for yourself, that is why so many Cubans still risk death to escape the paradise that is Cuba today. I guess next you will be telling us all how wonderful the people in China and North Korea have it.

    The situation in our inner cities is indeed shameful, but poverty begats poverty. Whoever said education is the key to helping these people is right on. The liberals prefer to throw money at it instead of solutions. Gang members continue to kill each other over drugs and turf, and young women continue to have babies they cannot feed, and you Carla, believe that a good old communist blood bath will put an end to poverty, seriously? Open a history book and see just how well that stupid idea has played out in the past.

    The eye roll comment is right in keeping with your obvious lack of maturity Carla. Before calling someone like Grunt vile, I would suggest you take a long hard look in the mirror. Many of your assumptions and outright untruths are far more vile than any comments I have seen him make in this forum.

  43. BonsallGayGuy   February 3, 2014 at 12:32 am

    Carla, she was executed because of speech. She wasn’t accused of murder, or arson or rape or robbery. She was arrested and killed because she voiced an opinion contrary to that of the government. She was not a victim of wartime violence. Her arrest and "sentence" was carried out a few days before Christmas 1959. Castro had been in power for almost a full year before her execution. The comparisons you’re making with death row inmates in the US is one of apples and oranges. Show me anyone in this country who is facing the possibility of capital punishment because they exercise the basic human right of voicing an opinion.

    If you want to talk about prisons let’s do so. Today Cuba is just one great big prison. Think Alcatraz, only larger and with a warmer climate. People try to break out and many succeed. Unfortunately a lot fail. And you’ve chosen not to answer a key question that many on here have asked you again and again. If today’s Cuba is such a wondrous and miraculous place, why is it that so many of its people will do virtually anything to leave. What motivates more than 10,000 young people every year to throw themselves onto anything that floats in the hopes of making it alive across 90 miles of shark infested water to reach this country? Those 10,000 are the lucky ones who make it here, who knows how many perish at sea.

    The Castro brothers, first Fidel and now Raul, have been ruling Cuba with an iron fist for over 50 years now. There has never been anything that passes for a free election in all of that time. This is not a legitimate government, Carla. The Cuban people have never, not even once, been given an opportunity to voice an opinion about who governs them. Isn’t it about time that this sham comes to a final end? I do. How about you?

  44. grunt   February 3, 2014 at 9:17 am

    Carla – this is the second time you have either hinted or out right called me racist. I strongly obect, as nothing I have said or done in my LIFE would lead anyone to think that. As I have pointed out – you start losing a discussion and you scream "racism". You state false facts from false sources. Have you ever been to any of the "wonderful" countries you speak of? Again, our poor are better off than many of the worlds middle class. "Vile"? Only to you in your make belive world – it will be fun to see the change in you once you are away from daddy’s money and earing on your own.

  45. FR86   February 3, 2014 at 10:24 am

    To Readers of the Fallbrook Village News
    Re: Carla, Lee et.al

    I have read most of the palaver that is generated by these individuals and on occasion have taken them on by responding only to find them responding with even more unfounded, sarcastic and provocative comments and personal attacks. I’ve decided to not respond to them any longer as it only feeds their egos and frustrates my attempts at engaging them on a more intellectual level. I’d suggest that if you have a desire to respond to them let it pass……….and they’ll go away.

    Like if you feed a stray coyote………… they keep coming back for more.

    They aren’t worth the aggravation and let their comments speak for themselves.

    As Mark Twain said and I paraphrase…….It is better to remain silent and appear a fool, than to speak out and remove all doubt.


  46. American citizen   February 3, 2014 at 11:27 am

    There are no "Cuban-americans" or "Gay-americans" or "Black-americans". There are only AMERICANS. We all are just plain old Americans. Stop these divisions.

  47. Lee   February 3, 2014 at 12:00 pm

    Carla, please read my comment #8 (and 7 if you wish) @ http://www.thevillagenews.com/story/74557/

    Don’t be fooled by a politician — any politician. They’re all the same.

  48. Reality Checker   February 3, 2014 at 12:03 pm

    FR86, Nicely put.
    Carla, YOU are the last person here that should be accusing others of racist name calling. As I remember, a few of your posts have had to be edited or deleted altogether because you directly called someone a racist. So, don’t throw stones if you live in glass houses.
    Although, I do want to mention here that in all my time of reading and trying to understand the twisted, sick, liberal mindset; this is the first time Ive seen a commie lib accuse someone of racist name calling for lack of a viable argument when you, yourself do that REPEATEDLY. I really shouldn’t be surprised, that that kind of behavior comes from a progressive Marxist bent on deriding the great USA.

  49. Lee   February 3, 2014 at 1:54 pm

    To Readers of the Fallbrook Village News
    Re: FR86, Grunt, Pink, seriously??, et al.

    Please believe every word they, FR86, Grunt, Pink, Seriously??, et al., say. Please do not use your own mind, heart and soul to make up your own opinions. Please believe that you are ignorant sheep. Please believe that what they say is the truth.

    Thank you.

  50. FR86   February 3, 2014 at 2:24 pm

    I rest my case.

  51. LMAO   February 3, 2014 at 2:49 pm

    Clearly Lee should have listened to Mark Twain. His comments have most certainly removed all doubt.

  52. Reality Checker   February 3, 2014 at 4:32 pm

    Some people on here are just trolls looking to yank people’s chains.

  53. grunt   February 3, 2014 at 4:47 pm

    Lee – finally, you see the light! Thank you for your endorsement! I am sure Pink FR86 agree LOL


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