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View PostSECorBust, on 09 February 2013 - 08:54 AM, said:

Knowing this:
"Danny Foster shot his wife, Anita Berry Paige & 18-month old son Reuben in 1995. The boy was wounded in his back. Foster was indicted by a Randolph County grand jury in 1996 and fled the state before being arrested in California.

He escaped the jail in December of 1996."

That Reuben's biological dad shot him and his mom IDK how you can project any of that negativity onto the true victim of this.  Really GTFO, if you are a jealous hater recognize that.  Yea Reuben got caught up in the excitement of making his decision and played it up for the media.  But both the Auburn and Bama staffs said that he is a good kid with an infectious positive personality.  Stop slandering this young man.
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View PostRebelFan4Life, on 09 February 2013 - 01:19 AM, said:

No bullshit. Maybe your dad was a piece of shit. But it influenced you to be differentl. And Teach your daughter different. That's an impact. Wake up and read a dictionary dumb :lanekiffin:ers. Jesus Christ

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