August 12th, 2011
11:57 AM ET

Police 'put that dog down' after it kills pregnant California woman

Greg Napora of Pacifica, California, came home to a nightmare Thursday: His pregnant, lifeless wife lying on the ground, her face and torso injured from dozens of bites and one of the family pit bulls standing over her, according to CNN affiliates.

Though police say Darla Napora, 32, was pregnant, it's unclear how far along she was. Authorities responded to the suburban San Francisco home after receiving a call from the husband.

"When they arrived, they found the victim laying in her own front living room. She was not breathing, unresponsive and had major trauma to her upper body," Pacifica Police Capt. Dave Bertini told CNN affiliate KGO. "The husband stated that when he got home, at about noon, he found his wife with their pit bull hovering over her."

Kathy Carlson, 63, lives across the street from the white, single-story home where the attack occurred. She told the San Francisco Chronicle that Greg Napora was outside and visibly distraught when police arrived.

"He was in the driveway all frantic, yelling," Carlson told the paper. "He had blood on his hands, blood on his shirt and blood down his pants."

According to CNN affiliate KTVU, first responders tried to administer CPR to Darla Napora when the blood-covered 2-year-old male dog charged them. They shot the animal.

"The last thing we wanted to happen was for the dog to get out and start attacking bystanders or be loose in the neighborhood," Bertini told KGO. "So as soon as the dog got out of the backyard, the decision was immediately made to put that dog down, and that's why the dog was shot three times by two officers on scene."

The couple had had the dog since it was a pup. The Naporas owned another pit bull, a spayed 6-year-old, which is not believed to have been involved in the attack, police said. As a precaution, it was taken to Peninsula Humane Society for an examination.

Though San Francisco has a law that requires city residents to spay or neuter their pit bulls, Pacifica has no similar law, according to the Chronicle. The 2-year-old dog that mauled Darla Napora had not been neutered, police told local media.

Neighbors told the two television stations that the dogs appeared normal and well behaved in the past. A next-door neighbor told KTVU that the dogs would bark at each other, but when Darla Napora called them, they'd back down. They responded well to her, the neighbor said.

Another neighbor, Tom Lujan, told the station he thinks pit bulls are dangerous.

“I wouldn't have one, and I wouldn't want my family around one,” he said.

There have been no problems reported at the Napora household and no reason to expect the dog to attack someone, police said. Police said there were no prior problems at the Napora household, and no reason to expect the dog would attack.

An autopsy for Darla Napora and a necropsy for the pit bull are slated for Friday.

"Eventually we're going to find out if there's anything physically or medically wrong with the dog that may have caused this attack," Bertini told KGO. "We have already done an extensive interview with the husband, and there are follow up questions that we may ask in the future."

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  1. Michelle

    inbreeding in the dogs can also cause the bad behavior. knowing your dog's lineage and getting purebreeds is best. maybe that's where the supposed "ticking time bomb" theory came from...the inbred dogs.

    August 25, 2011 at 11:10 am | Report abuse |
  2. Doctari

    Another person who wants to be a cave man and keep a barely domesticated animal in their house is hurt. This is a non-story.

    And now we queue the comments from the animal idiots who claim that all animals are loving non-aggressive beautiful souled creatures who just want our love and affection. Grow up. A pit bull is a killer. It's born to be a killer, it's bread to be a killer and when it kills (and it will) it is neither shocking or amazing.

    Think of every "domesticated" animal attack story you've ever heard. They all start EXACTLY the same way. So and so was such a great dog, it never hurt a fly, was great with kids etc. Right up to the point where it rips your face off and tears your throat out.

    August 25, 2011 at 12:10 pm | Report abuse |
  3. Xebeche

    I hate making blanket statements like this, but if you own a pit bull, you're a delusional idiot.

    August 25, 2011 at 3:53 pm | Report abuse |
    • JL

      haha thats moronic. Ive had my pit for 7 years and its never hurt a fly. Best dog I have ever had/been around. Not to mention hes an amazing deterrent for any unwelcomed guests to come near my house. You sir are delusional

      August 26, 2011 at 2:17 am | Report abuse |
    • What Now?

      Moronic, you say? Yeah...right. The dog that attacked and killed the woman was a "perfect dog" for six years and they'd had it since it was a puppy with NEVER an incident. The neighbors reported these were good owners who had done a good job of keeping the dogs in check and that the dogs always responded well to direction. Yet... there's a woman dead.

      So... like the original poster, I hate making blanket statements, but I agree whole-heartedly. People who own pit bulls remind me of chain smokers; they're convinced nothing negative will ever happen to THEM, in SPITE of all the data to the contrary. And, then? Their throat gets cut out and everyone stands around, shaking their heads, saying, "They should have known..."If that's not delusional, what is?

      August 26, 2011 at 3:17 am | Report abuse |
    • lordpet

      The dog was two years old, not six. It was also not neutered, which would make it more aggressive. Rotties, Dobermans, Germans Shepherds, Boxers, Retrievers, and even Huskys have killed people in the past several years. I guess all dogs should be banned, just to be safe.

      August 26, 2011 at 10:51 am | Report abuse |
    • Danman

      I have to agree. I'm sorry, but those who share anecdotes about the pitbulls they've owned and the pitbulls they've known are making emotionally understandable, but ridiculous, arguments. I'm sure there are also people who've driven without seatbelts all their lives and never gotten hurt. People who have kept loaded guns in their house around children who have never had an incident. George Burns famously smoked cigars every day since he was a kid and lived until he was 100. None of these anecdotes are a good defense of the habit. It's not the media who blows this out of proportion, it's clearly a statistical fact about deadly (and unbearably awful) incidents. You're a fool to ignore a pattern because of your emotional loyalty. A question to those who defend pitbulls based on their love of their own family pets: do you also think it's safe for people to keep 200-lb chimpanzees as pets? I suspect that most who own them haven't been mauled to death while another had their entire face and hands literally torn off. What would your response be to someone who then defended chimps by saying that THEIR family chimp safely lived around them and their young children for years without incident? Would you let your kids go and play at the house of a neighbor who had a 200-lb chimp?

      August 26, 2011 at 12:04 pm | Report abuse |
    • Matthew

      JL,

      I agree with everyone else, your dog is like family, but the same thing COULD happen to you, and some other pit bull owner would say the SAME thing. But what most annoyed me about your post was not your stupid opinion, it was really that you said "you, sir" it's so overused. You sound like 10X's more of a d bag because of it.

      August 26, 2011 at 1:02 pm | Report abuse |
    • tiki

      simple... if you're going to own one, know that it can turn, be prepared if it does to have to actually use violence in return to defend yourself (and I love dogs... but survival of the fittest trumps emotion here) and be sure that you're strong enough to send the message to the dog who is actually in control, if they get the sense that you aren't – or that you're just playing (by not being harsh – violent – enough) they will just play/fight harder. If you have kids/family that aren't able to do this in case of the worst scenario - don't have a pit because this is a possibility and the wee ones can't defend themselves–

      August 26, 2011 at 1:03 pm | Report abuse |
    • lesa with an e

      The dog wasnt raised correctly. Pits are NOT born killers or have a killer gene. Its all about how you raise them. If you raise them yourself the leader you will have NO problems. Raise them like a "human" child you will have issues. Any dog..NOT just pits. This situation was totally made by the owners. People wont like that conclusion but its true. People need to STOP encouraging bad behaviors like "oh he is just growling at you because he doesnt know you" That is a HUGE red flag that you have not been using yourself as a pack leader. Owning a large "bully" breed is a wonderful thing if you do it right. I have two rottys that have NEVER bitten anyone or stalked any one ever. They know their boundaries and who the leader is. I dont even have to talk to tell them what they should do...I adore them!

      August 26, 2011 at 1:23 pm | Report abuse |
    • tiki

      @ lesa – exactly

      August 26, 2011 at 1:26 pm | Report abuse |
    • lesa with an e

      Having an intact dog also does NOT add to aggressive behaviors. This dog was probably babied and was never given boundaries. When the woman tried to "correct" something she was probably surprised and showed fear..thus being attatcked because the dog thought it was the leader. Sad but true...u cannot baby dogs people COME ON! Nor do u beat them...Ive never hit my dogs once..and I dont yell at them...they know how to act because I am the leader of the pack

      August 26, 2011 at 1:26 pm | Report abuse |
    • lisaspups@windstream.net

      I hate making blanket statements, too, but anyone who blames a dog for the irresponsibility of humans is a narrow minded moron.

      August 26, 2011 at 1:38 pm | Report abuse |
    • zayah

      Even if the is a 1 in a million chance that my dog could kill my wife and kids, thats more than enough for me to not want to have one, why? Cause playing the odds with your family's life seems pretty stupid to me.

      August 26, 2011 at 1:55 pm | Report abuse |
    • thecybersamurai

      According to dogbite.org:

      Dog bite statistics ::
      Each day, about 1,000 U.S. citizens require emergency care treatment for dog bite injury. The following studies examine injury occurrence and the breeds most likely to bite.
      Dog attack deaths and maimings, U.S. & Canada,
      September 1982 to June 25, 2010
      By compiling U.S. and Canadian press accounts between 1982 and 2010, Merritt Clifton, editor of ANIMAL PEOPLE, shows the breeds most responsible for serious injury and death.
      The combination of pit bulls, rottweilers, presa canarios, and their mixes:

      * 80% of attacks that induce bodily harm
      * 70% of attacks to children
      * 83% of attack to adults
      * 69% of attacks that result in fatalities
      * 75% that result in maiming

      Report: U.S. Dog Bite Fatalities January 2006
      to December 2008
      A 2009 report issued by DogsBite.org shows that 19 dog breeds contributed to 88 deaths in a recent 3-year period. Pit bulls accounted for 59% followed by rottweilers with 14%.

      * Of the 88 fatal dog attacks recorded by DogsBite.org, pit bull type dogs were responsible for 59% (52). This is equivalent to a pit bull killing a U.S. citizen every 21 days during this 3-year period.
      * The data also shows that pit bulls commit the vast majority of off-property attacks that result in death. Only 18% (16) of the attacks occurred off owner property, yet pit bulls were responsible for 81% (13).

      August 26, 2011 at 2:44 pm | Report abuse |
    • Clue

      then don't

      August 26, 2011 at 2:52 pm | Report abuse |
    • Cesar Millan

      "There have been no problems reported at the Napora household and no reason to expect the dog to attack someone."

      This means Darla Napora was not attacked and killed before – Duh! If you read the news once in a while, you learn that this is how these animals work. They're nice for a few years, then they become killers. There is a reason to expect it to attack someone and that's why they should be banned.

      August 26, 2011 at 5:02 pm | Report abuse |
  4. Alex

    Actually the "Pit Bull" is also known as the North American Staffordshire Terrier. It was often referred to in the early days as the "Nanny Dog". They were also used by soldiers during WWI, and one named Stubby was decorated as a WWI hero. So the breed was NOT bred to fight in the pits originally. They are insanely loyal and will protect their territory or owner at any cost. The owner is responsible for the actions of a dog of any breed. I do agree that people like Michael Vick for instance abused the breed and bred Pits just for fighting. Then again people have bred roosters for the same, so maybe roosters and their owners should be shunned. Not all Pit Bulls are/were bred for fighting. People are far more dangerous in my opinion.

    August 25, 2011 at 3:53 pm | Report abuse |
    • Lisa

      Has anyone considered that the woman may have died from an anyersim or blood clot? I recall ca case in California where a mastiff mauled someone the dog was blamed and later it was found that the person died of something else and the dog only bite after the man died.

      August 25, 2011 at 10:28 pm | Report abuse |
    • lesa with an e

      Alex-exactly...they are amazing family dogs! Kids can roll on them, pull their ears ect because they are tough...compact and built. They are highly intelligent and forward thinking so you HAVE to be ready to raise them right. AWESOME dogs

      August 26, 2011 at 1:29 pm | Report abuse |
    • lisaspups@windstream.net

      Well said, Alex.

      August 26, 2011 at 1:41 pm | Report abuse |
  5. PJ

    Not all "pit" bulls are bad dogs so please don't judge them all by these kinds of reports. We don't know why the dog attacked her and it's clearly a very sad situation but why wasn't the dog neutered?! PLEASE SPAY AND NEUTER your pets!!! Don't buy from breeders!!! PLEASE ADOPT HOMELESS DOGS AND CATS FROM THE SHELTERS.

    August 25, 2011 at 5:33 pm | Report abuse |
  6. deborah bowers

    I rescued a female pit bull 6 years ago, and she is the most loving, submissive dog I've ever owned. Please don't judge the breed by the behavior of a few. All: please neuter your dogs!

    August 25, 2011 at 8:06 pm | Report abuse |
    • Danman

      Would you let a rehabilitated pedophile babysit your children? Most don't relapse. Don't judge them all by the actions of a few, in your words.

      August 26, 2011 at 12:08 pm | Report abuse |
    • Surething

      @Danman – I'm astounded at the stupidity of your comment.

      August 26, 2011 at 12:32 pm | Report abuse |
  7. jennifer

    People always say, "don't judge the breed." However, every time this happens it's the same story, "it was never expected, the dog was well behaved, no prior problems." You know what that tells me, the breeding these dogs have had to endure has turned them into dogs that just snap for no apparent reason. If you have one you've got a ticking time bomb and you don't know what the trigger is going to be. I'd never own one.

    August 25, 2011 at 8:24 pm | Report abuse |
    • Rachel

      I agree with you 100%.

      August 25, 2011 at 9:41 pm | Report abuse |
    • writerink

      News editor here and you're absolutely write. I've reported on many a case where a pit bull killed or mauled someone despite owners' claims that it was a wonderful dog with great training. A baby here was killed when the family pit bull attacked it. Another pit ripped the arm off an elderly neighbor woman. If you own a pit you are endangering yourself and everyone around you.

      August 26, 2011 at 2:08 am | Report abuse |
    • lis

      Completely agree. Also, why do we have to live in neighborhoods with these ticking time bombs? I sure don't wan to have a run in with a pit bull just because I walk by its owners house.

      August 26, 2011 at 8:04 am | Report abuse |
    • lordpet

      it's "right", not "write", news editor

      August 26, 2011 at 10:53 am | Report abuse |
    • Danman

      I really can't fathom the concept that anyone could essentially say "the odds of ___ killing my children are pretty slim, so I'm not worried". What statistical odds would make these defenders rethink having a pitbull around children? 5% odds of a mauling? 10%? 20% odds? Would they then acknowledge that 20% odds are too high a risk, but therefore 19% odds are worth the risk? Etc.

      August 26, 2011 at 12:16 pm | Report abuse |
    • tiki

      just understand the risk and take it... and if you're concerned about your neighbors dog potentially killing you... I'd seek therapy for paranoia, there's a lot more realistic ways that you could die every day (car accident, human murder etc...) really being concerned about your neighbors dog is a waste of energy

      August 26, 2011 at 1:11 pm | Report abuse |
    • lesa with an e

      its not true though. There isnt a killer gene. Its all about how you raise the dogs. Im positive this dog had some "behavior" issues that were looked over. Ive trained for years and there are always red flags in these cases, ALWAYS. It could be as simple as praising growling...

      August 26, 2011 at 1:32 pm | Report abuse |
  8. Colleen in Austin

    I have been following this issue & have studied it for thirty years. Many thousands of people (that's correct, thousands) have been killed or severely injured by pit bulls over the last few decades. Children, babies, grown burly men, and grandmothers mowing their lawns. The thing that pit bull defenders don't seem to acknowledge is the INHERENT danger of these dogs compared to other breeds. Their physiology (massive, powerful jaws with extreme neck musculature) combined with their "game" nature (which compels them to attack at unpredictable moments and, once latched-on, to NOT LET GO) makes pit bulls (and a few other, related breeds) vastly more dangerous than other types of dogs. Are all pit bulls dangerous? No, but it is not possible to know with 100% certainty that a particular pit bull will never attack. It IS possible to know with certainty that if that pit bull DOES attack, it can kill you when many other dogs would simply injure you. I wouldn't advocate killing current pit bull pets, but I do firmly believe that the pit bull breed, with limited exceptions, should be allowed to die out. Eventually, eradicated. This animal is incompatible with public safety and should be regulated in the same way that animals such as tigers and chimpanzees are. It is INCORRECT to make statements like "it's the owner, not the dog" when considering pit bull maulings. It may well be the owner, but the inherent danger of this particular breed trumps matters of ownership behavior. Pit bulls raised in even the most loving homes have attacked without provocation, even turning on their owners. The important point is that once a pit bull attack is underway, severe injuries or a horrifying, gruesome death is far too often the result.

    August 25, 2011 at 11:17 pm | Report abuse |
    • Face Reality

      The voice of reason has spoken.

      August 26, 2011 at 12:45 am | Report abuse |
    • Jen

      Thank you! Very well put.

      August 26, 2011 at 11:59 am | Report abuse |
    • tiki

      I see your point, just disagree... it's a calculated risk, one that is still low enough to not put it in the same category as a tiger or chimp - consider the amount of human/pitbull interaction that is happening all of the time, then look at the number of these types of events... it seems reasonable to assume that human/tiger interaction is much more limited and the whole relationship of the species with humans just seems non-comparable... if you own the animal, make sure you can control it, physically. If you can't you've no business owning one....

      August 26, 2011 at 1:17 pm | Report abuse |
    • hmmmm...

      Far more people are killed by car accidents or swimming, or any number of equally preventable causes but we don't call for their extermination. Unfortunately you are just continuing in the sensationalistic, overreaction typical in today's society where people are wholly ignorant of the real threats to their safety in the world around them. The extermination of no animal on this planet should be called for by any reasonable human being.

      August 26, 2011 at 1:21 pm | Report abuse |
    • Mikey

      "I have been following this issue & have studied it for thirty years."

      No, you haven't...

      August 26, 2011 at 2:21 pm | Report abuse |
  9. Mourning Common Sense

    Would the pit bull proponents make the same comment about someone who raised a lion or tiger from "infancy" in a responsible manner? Chances are they would say the person should have known better. The public should obviously know better about pit bulls. Certain types of animal are not meant to be pets and socialized with people. Others obviously turn into that type of animal/breed over time. This (arbitrary aggressive meltdown) seems to be a wildly recurrent theme with pits. I certainly agree with Colleen in Austin. Leave those people alone that have them, but allow the breed to die out. And put the aggressive pits down instantaneously – No Questions Asked.

    August 26, 2011 at 3:42 am | Report abuse |
    • Danman

      Look, I'm a dog LOVER. I mean LOVER. I think that out of pure instinct I'd be more likely to leap a police barricade and run into a burning building for a dog than for anything else. I can feel heartbroken for the child victims of Katrina, but I literally couldn't bear anything about the abandoned dogs. It's just visceral for me. THAT SAID, I don't think that Mourning Common Sense is being strong enough here. The problem is that if you can legally acknowledge that pit bulls are too dangerous to continue to propagate, then it's hard to say they're not too dangerous to let people still keep the existing ones. They haven't just banned the manufacture of new drop-side cribs, they've outlawed even handing them down or selling them at garage sales, for example. I admittedly don't know how you'd take pets from people politically or legally – it breaks my heart just thinking about that moment for a family and their beloved dog, but we can't outlaw the continuation of the breed and then say that we'll accept that there will be pit bulls around us for the next 14 years or so, until the last dies out. I think that individual municipalities deciding to force people to either leave or give up their pit bulls would be a more workable solution. I think large real estate companies should blanket ban them in all of their apartment complexes. I think that homeowner associations should learn to ban them from planned developments. That would be a good, and realistic, start.

      August 26, 2011 at 12:34 pm | Report abuse |
    • tiki

      the differences in physiology between a lion/tiger and a pitbull are too numerous to detail here, but are enough in my opinion to make your comparison nonsense

      August 26, 2011 at 1:19 pm | Report abuse |
    • tiki

      @Danman... that works in theory - in actually owning Pitbulls in Denver is illegal - in reality I know someone who went to a shelter and picked one up - her papers just read 'mixed bread' because the shelter didn't want to put it down... but there is no other breed in that dog... 100% pit... my point is that any time you try to regulate it like you speak, people will just break the law anyways – so the attempt seems like a waste of resources (much akin to the prohibition of ... well anything)

      August 26, 2011 at 1:23 pm | Report abuse |
  10. Earthquakes and Hurricanes

    Pit Bull as a deterrent or home protection? Nah. If you want a deterrent , buy a freakin' shotgun. Just racking the slide does a heck of a lot more to deter an intruder than some silly barking. Additionally, when you pull the trigger you know where the shot/slug/rocksalt is going. Not the same with a pit.

    August 26, 2011 at 10:08 am | Report abuse |
    • lordpet

      A dog keeps the criminal away from the house. The "silly barking" attracts unwanted attention. So unless you're going to stand on the porch with your shotgun all day and all night, a dog is a perfectly good deterrent. Hence the term "guard dog".

      August 26, 2011 at 10:57 am | Report abuse |
  11. Shawn

    Kill every last one these rotten animals. Far too much potential to kill.

    August 26, 2011 at 12:06 pm | Report abuse |
    • tiki

      same could be very easily said about humans

      August 26, 2011 at 1:24 pm | Report abuse |
    • Mikey

      How about we do the same with people? People like you? Just round up all the idiots who make moronic comments and shoot them, then dump their bodies out at sea to feed the fish?

      August 26, 2011 at 2:29 pm | Report abuse |
  12. Ryan

    If a put bull ever set foot on my property I'd shoot it on site. Personal opinion.

    August 26, 2011 at 1:27 pm | Report abuse |
    • tiki

      happy to say I feel the same about you

      August 26, 2011 at 1:30 pm | Report abuse |
    • Mikey

      I'd also shoot you if you stepped foot on my property. Then I'd let my dog eat your remains.

      August 26, 2011 at 2:18 pm | Report abuse |
  13. Mikey

    Some ridiculous comments here. First off, all dogs were bred for some sort of predatory purpose. Whether it was hunting birds, killing small rodents near the home, or taking down lions in Africa, dogs were originally intended to work as a pack with humans (and other dogs) in order to survive by fending off larger, more dangerous creatures or eliminating pests. No matter how much you "breed it out of them," a dog is a carnivore and a predator!

    That being said, it is the responsibility of the OWNER of the animal to realize that the animal is a predator. In order to properly train a dog, you have to realize that it's a DOG. It's not a baby, it's not a child, it's an animal. Sure, you can be attached to it, but the second you start babying the animal and forget about discipline, the dog will realize you are WEAK and it will take charge. This story is flawed because no matter WHAT those people say, those dogs were not well trained. A well trained animal would not do this. Wolves in the wild won't dare turn on their pack leader, as they rely on them for direction, food, and more. Dogs are the same. You show the animal that you are in charge and it will listen to you unconditionally. I am sorry for the loss of this woman, but we aren't getting the whole story, and there was definitely problems with the training of these animals. This is why people should be required to take a test and get a license to breed and own animals in this country. We'd have a lot less of these sad stories.

    August 26, 2011 at 2:15 pm | Report abuse |
  14. thecybersamurai

    Dog bite statistics ::
    Each day, about 1,000 U.S. citizens require emergency care treatment for dog bite injury.1 The following studies examine injury occurrence and the breeds most likely to bite.
    Dog attack deaths and maimings, U.S. & Canada,
    September 1982 to June 25, 2010
    By compiling U.S. and Canadian press accounts between 1982 and 2010, Merritt Clifton, editor of ANIMAL PEOPLE, shows the breeds most responsible for serious injury and death.
    The combination of pit bulls, rottweilers, presa canarios, and their mixes:

    * 80% of attacks that induce bodily harm
    * 70% of attacks to children
    * 83% of attack to adults
    * 69% of attacks that result in fatalities
    * 75% that result in maiming

    Read study highlights »

    Report: U.S. Dog Bite Fatalities January 2006
    to December 2008
    A 2009 report issued by DogsBite.org shows that 19 dog breeds contributed to 88 deaths in a recent 3-year period. Pit bulls accounted for 59% followed by rottweilers with 14%.

    * Of the 88 fatal dog attacks recorded by DogsBite.org, pit bull type dogs were responsible for 59% (52). This is equivalent to a pit bull killing a U.S. citizen every 21 days during this 3-year period.
    * The data also shows that pit bulls commit the vast majority of off-property attacks that result in death. Only 18% (16) of the attacks occurred off owner property, yet pit bulls were responsible for 81% (13).

    August 26, 2011 at 2:45 pm | Report abuse |
    • thecybersamurai

      Pit bulls are much more likely to kill a family member than any other breed of dog.

      August 26, 2011 at 2:46 pm | Report abuse |
  15. Rachel

    Does anyone Fact Check Anything anymore? This woman Fell Off a Ladder and died, the pit bull was budging her to wake up. No Bite Marks found on her body folks. The pit bull had a small amount of blood on it because he was nudging her. Wake up folks, the dog didn't do it. The ladder and gravity did.

    August 26, 2011 at 3:07 pm | Report abuse |
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