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What is the value of a 1930 Cleveland Indians program with Babe Ruth autograph?

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What should you do if your girlfriend don't want to be in your babe life?

You just gotta get rid of some of the babes. and make sure shes not a part of your babe life by. By dropping her off at the Justin Bieber movie by herself. GO WITH HER! dont make her feel likes shes not your "BABY BABY BABY OHHH" Take her to that inspirational movie. YOu will have her crying by the end just put your arm around her. THat will make her want to be in your babe life.


What is the value of a autographed rough 8x10 picture of Babe Ruth?

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