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  • Mia

    LOL @ this article

  • NativeLivesMatter

    How does it feel that the (way better written and way better in general) response to this logical fallacy of an article has over 300 more shares than this one? :) :) :)

    PS: Of course the CATHOLIC News Agency would say Serra is a good guy. Lol.