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It's too expensive elsewhere i live in a dangerous area too , i should take a picture of the window in my parents room , there's a hole in hit caused by a bullet We live on the 6th floor and one night years ago there was a fight outside my brother was 16 at the time and out so my father was watching if he saw him but one thing sure one guy from another town saw my father and decided to shoot him but thank god my mother pulled him away from the window

I have many story like that , i almost got shot twice But now it's more calm over here !
But my brother and his wife are house hunting outside of Paris and it's area , like my sister in law says about the town they live right now " it's a hell hole "

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Dear God, that's so scary. You are so brave to be living there
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Dear God, that's so scary. You are so brave to be living there
Put me in a dark alley and i'll be fine but put me in the middle of nowhere in the woods or anywhere and the word 'Brave' wouldn't be appropriate anymore But god knows i'd rather be in the later situation even if i'm shitting my pants
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Put me in a dark alley and i'll be fine but put me in the middle of nowhere in the woods or anywhere and the word 'Brave' wouldn't be appropriate anymore But god knows i'd rather be in the later situation even if i'm shitting my pants
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Marat is gone forever any day now
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Put me in a dark alley and i'll be fine but put me in the middle of nowhere in the woods or anywhere and the word 'Brave' wouldn't be appropriate anymore But god knows i'd rather be in the later situation even if i'm shitting my pants
I know there are dangerous areas in Paris, esp. les banlieus. I remember the Pigalle's a dangerous rep, has it changed? I once stayed there with a school, yup it's dangerous. And where exactly do you live in Paris? Unfortunately people can't live where they want.
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Oh Marat, started with a bang and ended with a whimper...though I can't surely say the same for his ...ahem

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I know there are dangerous areas in Paris, esp. les banlieus. I remember the Pigalle's a dangerous rep, has it changed? I once stayed there with a school, yup it's dangerous. And where exactly do you live in Paris? Unfortunately people can't live where they want.
Hey ! I live ten minutes away from Paris ( that's what you call ' les banlieux ' ) . Pigalle is clearly not a place where you want to go by yourself ! My sister lives by the SacrÚ Coeur which is right next to Pigalle but since it's a tourist place it's always crowded !
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Oh Marat, started with a bang and ended with a whisper...though I can't surely say the same for his ...ahem
That's because she ended with a bang and a broken racquet. I bet that now everyone is saying as long as I hold and we go to a tie break I've got this set.
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UDhG_Y4ScsU

An interview for after the match , this guy has the ceremony video but it's obviously too long to put it on Youtube but he's gonna work on that !!!
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Thanks Vanessa
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UDhG_Y4ScsU

An interview for after the match , this guy has the ceremony video but it's obviously too long to put it on Youtube but he's gonna work on that !!!
YAY!! We're gonna have to wait for the good stuff but it shouldn't be too long!
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Hey ! I live ten minutes away from Paris ( that's what you call ' les banlieux ' ) . Pigalle is clearly not a place where you want to go by yourself ! My sister lives by the SacrÚ Coeur which is right next to Pigalle but since it's a tourist place it's always crowded !
As well you have Place de Tertre or something like that, and the famous Moulin Rouge. Yes, the Pigalle is aways crowded at day and at night. I think the North station that's close too?
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As well you have Place de Tertre or something like that, and the famous Moulin Rouge. Yes, the Pigalle is aways crowded at day and at night. I think the North station that's close too?
My hotel room was about 10/15 mins from moulin rouge, I didn't notice we were in the red light district cos it was early afternoon and I just looked out the window and noticed it!
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