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Jan 14, 2009


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Le gouvernement du Qubec n'aura pas investir dans la relance, mais Investissement Qubec, qui est un crancier dans cette faillite, a fait des concessions pour faciliter cette transaction. L'organisme refuse pour l'instant d'en prciser le montant, auto il s'agit d'une entente de principe. La crance d'Investissement Qubec est de 16 thousands and thousands de bucks.


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Two things came to my mind:Bart Simpson and Milhouse rtnnaceieg in a school play the Lincoln Assasination. Hasta la Vista, Aby! And then Bart going after the not so known presidents , especially Chester A. Arthur.The other thing is how John Williams composed the theme of the new SW trilogy so that in episode III when they are landing with the spaceship broken in half, the themes of the original trilogy and the new trilogy meet as if it would've been always intended and there wouldn't have been 20+ years between the composition of the two.I'm just listening to the song, and it's awesome as usual.


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