Central Terminal B

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Terminal B 22
The Good Day Sacramento store is one of the many stores part of the new terminal.
Good Day Sacramento Store The Good Day Sacramento store is one of the many stores part of the new terminal.
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One Comment

  1. Carlito says:

    You are truly a gifted hahtogrppoer. I really want you to take some family photos for us, especially our new baby boy when he finally arrives. You just seem to capture all the good things in life just right.- Ruth Ann.

  2. Raghunath says:

    You can’t throw out a statement like Females are the wekear sex and expect to go unchallenged!!! Physically, we may be wekear than men if you want to count push-ups, but that’s where it ends. I do not, however, take issue with your opinion of feminization of our country. We have been made weak and ineffectual by losing the balance in our culture between the masculine and feminine. We, as a country and an American culture, need to embrace and practice more of the masculine traits that for too long have been denigrated and suppressed.

  3. Infant says:

    Females are the weaker sex, so if fitniezamion suggests weakness then that’s what I meant. It is weak to allow a guy like this to do whatever he wants with no consequence.Diplomacy is not the issue in regards to wikileaks. There is no need to be diplomatic with Assange. He should just be found dead with a note on his chest saying Who’s next? I’m not sure when this country was great , but its been awhile. Probably since before we had people like Jimmy Carter, Bush I, Clinton and the messiah in charge.

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