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Fear of a Female Planet member of RPG for 6 years

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i feel like going to see the aurora borealis in norway sometime. / http://youtu.be/ZKSM-jyQh3o
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Username:
Fear of a Female Planet
Location:
usa
Occupation:
career optimist
Interests:
sincerity
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Began Role Playing:
0- 9-1996
Game Master:
Yes

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