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Old 05-30-2014, 12:10 PM
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my point is they don't sell proud to be an American lighters with the Mexican flag in the background now do they?
You see that's the common misconseption that a lot of people have. But the Americas include a wide variety of people, not just the Europeans that flocked here with their pet slaves. Mexicans are indeed Americans because they are in fact part of North America, long before you were even conceived.

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This is so sad. He had married his nurse a couple of years after the original broadcast of his story.



Since the summer of 2002, Uribe had been bedridden, relying on his mother and friends to feed and clean him.

In this June 9, 2008 file photo, Manuel "Meme" Uribe, 42, shows how he exercises from his bed during an interview in Monterrey, Mexico. Uribe, once listed as the world's heaviest human being, has died at the age of 48. His death was confirmed Monday, May 26, 2014, by an official of the health department of Nuevo Leon state in Mexico. Doctors have not yet certified the cause of death. (AP Photo/Monica Rueda, File)
pretty sure it wasn't a hang gliding accident.

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but they get all fucking fat and useless.
i'm not sure i'd have the patience to deal with an aging pig.
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Not very clever are ya?

Glandular problem? Pathetic excuse. There are many people with all sorts of problems to do with processing food and being a fat, lazy sloth isn't an excuse they go by.

These myths about glandular, thyroid and metabolic problems are pathetic excuses these people pull because they have a victim mentality and dont see anything else.

Attention whoring woman doesn't do it for love, its like saying a gold digger marries an old guy for his handsome charm and wit.
I'm sure she loved bathing him every day and knew it was true love!

I have respect for anyone who cares for people who cannot do it themselves.

I can only care for babies and clean up after them without gagging.

Not to compare people with animals, but, dog shit made me gag, too. I have no pets for that reason.

All you GQ model wannabes who won't show your own photos have no room to ASSume what is and is not wrong with anyone!

So fucking perfect, aren't you? I hope I am here to hear when you all get your doses of karma! Nothing more than a bunch of bullies!

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OMG...I remember seeing this on TLC. I was really rooting for him him too...he was too young.

As was I.

I watched the wedding, too.

The whole town celebrated and built a special platform to carry him. He seemed like a pleasant man.

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