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Historia grafica de la blogosfera Canadiense (2)


Fall In Love, Not In War., originally uploaded by SaylaMarz.
Asi quedaron todos los "Canadienses" con blogs de tips de inmigracion. La guerra fraticida no perdono a ninguno. Solian ver enemigos en todos lados. ¿Dios, cuando finalizara esta paranoia?
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  1. En gran parte es cierto, pero 'la neta' es existen varias excepciones remarcables y no todo es guerra fraticida.

    Todo cae por su propio peso y la mayoria se 'balconea' solo, a mediano plazo cada quien se muestra tal cual es, aun en su personalidad virtual.

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  2. Amparado en mis derechos constitucionales me niego a comentar en este post.

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