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From the river to the sea Mokata will be free - New player

Postby DearMissingSon » August 17th, 2019, 7:34 pm

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From the river to the sea Mokata will be free is my slogan.

I known as a famous composer in the Israeli community.

"From the land to the top of the Tower of Babel building, Mokata We support you through suffering" - In Hebrew that is fucking hit people singing it all over the public rooms here.

I actually joined that Feed Me community to search for a friend who disappeared one bright day and never show back, I miss him.

If I find him here I will be the most delighted person on world.

The Revolution
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Re: From the river to the sea Mokata will be free - New play

Postby Boardi » August 17th, 2019, 8:00 pm

Vizman the midget holds mokata in his basement . We must rewcue him . We offer 2 virgin girls for one virgin kid.
Inshlaah mokata woll be free
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Re: From the river to the sea Mokata will be free - New play

Postby qaz00 » August 17th, 2019, 8:49 pm

Thrupe Lane Swallet (grid reference ST603458) is a 0.5 hectares (1.2 acres) geological Site of Special Scientific Interest in Somerset, notified in 1992. It is also a Geological Conservation Review site.

The name Thrupe Lane comes from the nearby hamlet of Thrupe, which in Anglo-Saxon meant dairy farm.[2]

The swallet is a small, single pothole cave system that is dominated by a series of deep (117 metres (384 ft)) and mainly vertical passages, which follow fault lines, natural joints in the rock and mineral veins.[3] It shows a form of cave development not seen elsewhere in the Mendips and contains the tallest vertical shaft in any known cave on the Mendip Hills, Atlas Pot, which is 60 metres (197 ft) deep.[4] The stream that flows through the cave is one of those that feeds St Andrew's Wells in the grounds of the Bishop's Palace in Wells.[5]

Thrupe Lane Swallet was first entered in 1974 following digging by three caving groups. The entry shaft has been blasted open to ensure a stable entrance.[6]
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