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  • ebay_pays_my_bills ebay_pays_my_bills Jun 3, 2013 10:17 AM Flag

    Most Melted Poster

    Charles Kelly of Dallas Texas and the former owner of the failed Ebay name: crwatches

    Now days he's selling fake watches on the internet and moved to Philly so he could really melt ~ LOL

    How chessy is that?

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    • Poor broke John Osborne z50com. No one is EVER going to miss you making the point (publicly) that you are the sickest, most obsessed, most melting down psycho poster EVER! Here you are babbling about a long gone poster and 2004? It's 2013 old girl! The amount you know about anyone couldn't fill your empty pants. As you go through your homeless day, has any of your other IDs even given you a dime? Or penny?

      Does it ever cross your sick mind that you neglected and molested your daughter, Jennifer Nicole, until she craved heroin for a Daddy? Did it ever occur to you that your Boy Scout reputation got your grand child taken away for its own safety? You're not an ebay investor but you've wrecked their board beyond use. Good dog. Thank you. Your abused and neglected wife won't even be at your funeral. No one will even buy a cardboard box to cover you. But I'm sure she'll come by later and enjoy "watering" it with us. There LIES John Osborne, Under the Porta-John. "(S)he rotted publicly before (s)he rotted below"

    • That ID crwatches hasn't sold on eBay in almost 9 YEARS !!!! How pathetic is it that you're still posting about him 9 YEARS LATER !!! bwhahahahahahaaaaaa

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