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Texas State Surplus Store Accidentally Sells Hundreds of Texans' Private Information

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Donny Brook

Spicewood, TX

#1 Feb 9, 2014
Ben Sherman of the Burnt Yellow is a righteous progressive, hate-mongering moron. I missed his write-up on the rapists, murderers, and other felons handling personal information as agents of Obamacare. Why is that I wonder. Oh yea, said felons have paid their debt to society. However, after several women were killed by felons in the late 1990's who visited them after leaving prison where they worked in credit card call centers while serving time, the practice was stopped. Sherman needs to . . . well never mind.

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