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Boo
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Boo is a very nice man who lives in Letna with his very nice son. I came here to ask him about the mysterious basement of Marquis de Sade which is rumored to be a crumbling art nouveau ballroom masterpiece. He informed me that he couldn't help me. We spent the remainder of the time guessing what kind of model cars were being presented to us by his son.

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送信日: 04/09/2008
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