MVS's Tweets

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Re: MVS's Tweets

Postby davar55 » Wed Mar 22, 2017 1:59 pm

Marilyn: "If only we could live our lives all over again, yes, we would avoid making all those mistakes. But we would just make different ones."

Maybe the different ones wouldn't be as bad.
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Re: MVS's Tweets

Postby hanr » Fri Mar 31, 2017 5:24 am

MVS's Tweets are something that people in the world of online games play very much.










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Re: MVS's Tweets

Postby tvelection » Sun Apr 02, 2017 11:21 am

The above post is a typically insincere ad scam that advertises internet gambling, a scam to separate you from your money. Whenever you see blue-line blind links do not click on them, it's a disingenuous attempt at free advertising. You can hover the pointer over the link and see its destination. Our goal here should be to give these offenders (that the website is either incapable or unwilling to remove to improve Marilyn's site) ---our goal is to give them zero clicks. Please do not click on unofficial (in forum) sales links @Marilynvossavant.com
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Re: MVS's Tweets

Postby hanr » Thu Apr 20, 2017 4:30 am

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Re: MVS's Tweets

Postby tvelection » Fri Apr 21, 2017 12:08 am

"hanr" "money2002" and "Arish" are all mindless spam bots. Ignore those inhuman code-thing's posts. It is irrelevant garbage that only seeks top billing. Their casino links are a scam. Don't click on the blue lines.

I suggest this website use distorted letters and numbers as means of membership or as a means to all posting to prevent this.

This is my last post on the issue.
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