Reality Bytes: Sweden on the fly… BEFORE WIKILEAKS INFAMY…

Sweden on the fly… @brokepimpstyles

I hope this works!

I’m CyberSquatting. T-Mobile sucks! My TwackBerry does not get
e-mail; and I have to do ANOTHER master reset before I can switch to
the droid.

Anyhoo get email in html or links, I am hoping this will post and find
it’s way to online live (in real time) so I can some feedback from my
awesome team of #indigenous tweeps @RayBeckerman @brokepimpstyles
@thereisawayjose @emergentorder @blackfellas @anarchists Take it away
boys! #GeoEye #Zeus #indigenous #Sweden #NZ #Australia #DoD #defense
#security #US #telecom #HRWT

Help a girl out please!



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