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plasmaborne4rel • 22 weeks ago

5 yr old after day's work that began at 5 AM, was tired and refused to be photographed, the mother said, 'Oh, She's ugly,' said picking shrimp was very hard on the fingers, Biloxi, MS, by Lewis Wickes Hine 1911 –– Teabagger Right Wing NeoLiberal good ole days.

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