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Answered: Jersey Haters

Camden,nj isnot as bad as other people paint it to be. I live here for over60 years and I love it. Nothing had ever happen to me nor my family. I love Camden and I have no desire to move out. But if you come here to buy drugs then you are in trouble.

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Better than 12-year-old pregnancy. Some cultures have girls as young as eight years old marry. They "consummate" immediately, the guy divorces her the next day, and then turns her out into the street as a prostitute. Talk about a culture that has gone absolutely reprobate.

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At last I have seen a post by the nearly infamous (if not notorious) Rocmike3! I will say he had a rabbelasian sense of humor. As the holidays approach, I will also give thought to my New Years' Resolutions. One will be that I shall not fault myself for breaking them.

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I think you mean Pleiku. There was an air base there.

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