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Old 10-10-2007, 10:52 PM   #50
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Default Re: Brainstorming To Find Nico A New Coach-Pato And Nano Won't Do In the Long Term!!!

actually it seems that he didn't buy the condo in Buenos Aires ... but yeah you're right, he should sell the ones in Chile and buy another one in any part of Europe, it doesn't matter in which european country, he is always there :retard:

but of course that he needs a great coach!

and Lovely will think that he doesn't spend to much time in Europe no matter if Nico would actually live there
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