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  • Yang(uL)

    Cada vez que alguien del Gobierno dice "Todos los lacayos" al cadáver de Mussolini le crece el pelo. Credits; Sex Pistol by Peteski. #Loath

  • Claire Brindley

    October 1943: A member of Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service takes aim. LIFE

  • Elsy May

    Bang Bang

  • Sonja Hale

    Learn to shoot a gun like Annie Oakley. Scratch that - learn to shoot a gun and hit the broad side of the barn. LOL!!

  • Luis Banda

    Watch out for this lady.

  • Lily

    different kind of girl scout.

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