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April 16, 2005


steven s bellido

Hi there,
I was reading your page and I could not help to have a good laugh about your experiences in La Paz. I can tell u ...I relate. I was born un the US but since the age of 6 raised in La Paz until I finished High School and traveled to the US and at 21 finally joined the army (what an idea...) Anyhow I read the comments of this "conejo" dude and I would say Dont even bother reading his "black" wannabe writting style shit.
Is no insult to tell what impressions we really get out of wherever situation we encounter while visiting diferent countries. Some can be exciting and some others plain funny and hilarious. When I was a kid I used to watch this all day marathon shows on a very "popular" TV show and sometimes they would have this contests (this was broadcast life from a movie theater) and it used to be so much fun to watch...Jesus I almost always ended up crying laughing about the whole thing....Anyways , Nice page u made telling your experiences down there. Congrats

steven bellido

hi test


oe conchatu mare hijo de la gran puta,
no me insulten a m gente peruano, gringo muthafuka talk shi get ur neck ripped by a peruvian uu bicth dunno wa u sayin all dis site is bullshi starigth

xavier REGGAETOON 1es

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