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    Default The Return of Wyatt Earp.

    From the Tucson Weekly; The Return of Wyatt Earp.

    I'll have to check the museum out when it opens.

    Tom
    "Here lies Lester Moore; four slugs from A-44. No Les no more." - Grave marker at Tombstone's Boothill Cemetary

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    Thumbs up theoldjamesbond@o2.co.uk

    i am austrian,at london heathrow airport now,and 48 year old.as single do i like a free life,and look around for place,i can do something the last quarter of my life.a smallranch,or so,around a ghosttown and a job where nice.so i look to find somethings,to can apply for a immigrationsvisa.

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    Talking Sorry

    but i am the first time here,and replied your question whit a question from my to everyone.
    Sorry for that.

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    Smile Wyatt Earp

    Quote Originally Posted by Ghostdancer
    From the Tucson Weekly; The Return of Wyatt Earp.

    I'll have to check the museum out when it opens.

    Tom
    is really importand in Europe by Western-Novel Reader.But there may be some phantasy in the Ink of the Writer?

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