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Terry Urban - FKA Biggie (2015) iTunes Plus CD Completo

Terry Urban - FKA Biggie (2015) iTunes Plus CD Completo
Terry Urban - FKA Biggie (2015) iTunes Plus CD Completo

Terry Urban - FKA Biggie (2015) iTunes Plus CD Completo

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Terry Urban - FKA Biggie (2015) iTunes Plus CD Completo

Genres: Electronic, Rap/Hip-Hop, Music
Released: 19.03.15
℗ TerryUrban

1. Video Girl Dreams
2. Pendulum Story
3. Who Shot Papi (Prod. by Chi Duly)
4. Give Up The Money 
5. Notorious Ache 
6. Real Hours (Prod. by P-Sol)
7. Two Weeks In Cali
8. Come Closer Poppa

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Camila 02/03/2016 10:12:01
The title industry for too too long has been its own worst enemy and is rbseonsiple for its own demise! They are no different than Wall Street hustlers and the junk bond peddlers of the 90s, the futures traders bidding up the price of oil and the sub-prime slime lenders of late, in pursuing their AFBA's and let's not forget a forgotton term, CBA's which date back to the 1970 s. This was the beginning of the end for the independent title agent. Who needs an agent when you can go direct to the realtors and lenders and put them in the business. The underwriters even put the lawyers in the business going back more than 50 years ago. Does this sound like a big CONFLICT OF INTEREST to you??? In the end, I think that the few remaining major banks left in the country (which may be owned by the Chinese and Japanese) are going to self insure or take over the industry and form some sort of a hybrid title guarantee OR on the other hand, we may be headed toward a Torrens system similar to Europe. If you don't think so, think again. The title industry's reputation is at an all time low and the public would be very much in favor of a government run system that would be a lower cost alternative (or so they would be told). This would be in line with our seemingly upcoming departure from the free market to a more socialistic system. Either way you look at it, we are in for some tough times in the near future (times are already tough enough) and we may even be heading for the End Times of the Title Industry Let us pray! http://xpzqmiziv.com mpgotgpe [link=http://alfypu.com]alfypu[/link]
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