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"I have been calming fears all over coach outlet coupons the children's place the internet since that Gem was safe and nowhere near the event. I just thought, why? What purpose does that serve? "As for the person who used it this way, I just don't understand. I can only imagine that it had nothing to do with my daughter specifically and more that the image was easily found and used to get attention for the poster?".
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