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December 17, 2010

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Guilherme Sartor

My name is Guilherme and I live in Brazil, I love your work. Dream of doing something as intensely as you do. I'm afraid to go to my college of veterinary medicine, due to animal testing. = \ I would like to contact, thank you and congratulations for the great work and admirable.

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