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No Fixed Abode: Where My Girls At? And By Girls, I Mean Qualified Womyn, Of Course

If you follow the auto-journo cool kids on Twitter… get a life! Seriously! Go out and learn to fly an airplane! Take your children camping! Volunteer at your local soup kitchen this November and help the homeless make it through Thanksgiving with dignity! Anyway, there were a few dramatic Tweetstorms and whatnot lately. The first […] The post No Fixed Abode: Where My Girls At? And By Girls, I Mean Qualified Womyn, Of Course appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
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