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Subject: Re: Self-absorbed attention wh*ore woman dies after falling out ofwindow while taking selfie
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Subject: Re: Self-absorbed attention wh*ore woman dies after falling out of
window while taking selfie
Date: Mon, 4 Dec 2017 15:01:52 +0000
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On 04/12/2017 14:16, Basil Jet wrote:
> On 2017\12\03 23:24, Tom Dick wrote:
>> A young woman living in London has died after falling out of a
>> second-story window. It was thought she may have been taking a
>> selfie at the time.
>> The page also confirmed that Toni's organs had been donated "to
>> help save other lives in the UK".
> Who wants an organ that's been dropped from a second floor window?

It's not as though it can be advertised as having one careful owner.