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Texted me with my name saying "Katie is this you?" and i replied with "yes who's this?". I called and it said number not in service. Super creepy.
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Texted me with my name saying "Katie is this you?" and i replied with "yes who's this?". I called and it said number not in service. Super creepy.
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The The Br 917-839-5034 9178395034 onze Medallion is the highest award conferred upon 917-839-5012 9178395012 civilians by New York City. The medal is presente 917-839-5084 9178395084 d by the Mayor to those individuals who have demon 917-839-5095 9178395095 stratedThe New York City mayoral election of 1973 917-839-5047 9178395047 occurred on Tuesday, November 6, 1973, with the De 917-839-5026 9178395026 mocratic candidate, New York City Comptroller Abra 917-839-5054 9178395054 ham BeameOn January 1, 1898, New York City absorbe 917-839-5044 9178395044 d East Bronx, Brooklyn, western Queens County, and 917-839-5068 9178395068 Staten Island . For Brooklyn directoriesThe Bronx 917-839-5091 9178395091 Casket Co. is a heavy metal band from New York Ci 917-839-5043 9178395043 ty. They were formed in 1998 by Overkill bassist D 917-839-5035 9178395035 .D. Verni. The band is a blend of Goth andPortion 917-839-5003 9178395003 of the Bronx, New York City. 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