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Sex, Drugs And Rock N' Roll Hotel 2009

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:Gulp::Gulp: You truely do have some amazing derelict places out there in the states! I seriously need to jump on a plane and come and see some of this stuff for myself, it's just amazing, all of it!

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Right thats it, im saving money to go exploring usa! Be warned America the S.D is a coming

I think Mr PowerSurge might have to head the same way. Right lets start visiting those travel agents and get this trip booked :D:lol::D:lol:

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