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amandamissingyou
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From:Aloha, Oregon, United States of America
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posted June 10, 2004 04:48 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for amandamissingyou   Click Here to Email amandamissingyou     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I am in search of a friend I had about 4/5 years ago in Aloha Oregon. His first name is Malcom. He used to drive a newer Black Ford Taurus. He lived off of Baseline Road. He worked as the manager of a Burgerville resturaunt off of Carmen Drive, driving along I-5. We lost contact, and I have never stopped thinking about him. How could you lose contact with a mand that did everything right?!?! If you know of Malcom, please forward this message, or e-mail me back. amandac12004@yahoo.com

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amandamissingyou

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