After a bumpy flight, we met land in Da Nang

and had the luck of scoring (according to our driver) one of the few English-speaking taxi drivers in central Vietnam.

As he shuttled us past marble mountain,

Vietnam-era American heliport, barracks and artillery guns

and a grip of beachfront property that is being sold off to build $3 Million dollar luxury condominiums.

he told us how much he digs American, how the north (from Hue to Hanoi) does not, and that his uncle and father worked for the US Army. After the US split from Vietnam, his uncle fled for San Jose and his father was jailed for four years as a conspirator in the American invader and puppet regime’s plot to enslave the Vietnamese people with big cars and television.

He studied hard in school and did well in college, but still has a hard time getting a job doing anything other than driving a cab due to long-standing discrimination by the North of some South Vietnamese.

And though Vietnam is developing rather quickly and appears to be, at times, more capitalist than America these days, he says he’s over it. His cousin works at a factory in San Jose and he told me he’d rather work in a factory than stay in his homeland and deal with the bullshit. He has to wait 12 years to join the rest of his family in California and he’s got 6 left to go.

To be honest, I wasn’t super-psyched on Hoi An originally, and considered it more of a jumping off place to check out My Son and the surrounding areas. Every image on the web seemed to look something like these. Like scenic…

and quaint…

and old.

I kept hearing how “touristy” it was, but that “I had to see it.” Whatever that means.

So I went and it was pretty fuckin’ dope.

For instance… how naturally beautiful is the backyard of my hotel?

See those “farmers” in the distance maintaining the paddies? Well according to a local, the only reason these paddies weren’t drained and slashed to make way for another hotel is because the tourists love them, and the government pays these pseudo-farmers to maintain them solely for the sake of visiting westerners. Smart.

The nights are quiet here.

And so I had ample time to have dinner with friends
check out the local arcade

take a stroll down by the canal.

help out a crippled chair.

spy on a lonely old man

admire the work of a local pyromaniac

learn the craft of bespoke tailoring

look at lamps

watch nervous mothers watch their children drive head on into each other in tiny electric cars

consider what my life would be like as a teen soldier in the Vietnamese army.

sample buddhist offerings

and attend the local Buddha parade celebration party!

Hoi An - Buddha Parade from Sleep Never on Vimeo.

One of the best days of my entire Asian adventure was riding a couple of hours through the beautiful boonies out to My Son on this bad motor scooter. RUFF RYDAZ! (Check out the shadow of my man tits).



Along the way, Katie and I made frequent photo stops, so that none of this was left to our fallible memories.

We snapped kooky gates

and kooky graves

river parties packed with ducks and moos

shanty farms

abandoned carnivals

weird churches

forgotten saints

and doom with a view.

My Son, much like a fat grandpa in summertime, was old and hot and sweaty.

Inside we found Buddhas and bombs.

The park workers there drive Jeeps left behind by the American Army

and the grounds are still littered with unexploded ordnance

so you have to mind the paths past rivers

and lizards

and roving packs of Vietnamese school children.

Back in town Katie attempted to charade/Vietnenglish order what ended up being the worst meal we had in country.

After lunch, I got a taste of the old days when I was attacked with a switch by this old man after I took this picture. It was so fucking crazy. He came a runnin’ and a swingin’ and I had to shut the camera off, back up and talk him down. And all I could think was that somebody who looked a whole lot like me did something very very bad to him or his family or his cattle way back when. I felt like shit. It basically still fucks me up when I picture his angry face in my head. The hate… so strong.

After the attack, I calmed my nerves with a swim at Cua Dai Beach, the beach just south of China Beach. You know, the one a bunch of people think was featured in a surfing scene in that movie about the war that that one guy did, the Italian dude with the daughter who bangs the singer guy from that French band. What’s his name? Not the singer, but the director?

Night fell, and with it came the insatiable urge to design myself a super sexy party suit. So, I went into Elegant Tailors and threw together a simple black pinstripe on black cashmere/wool, two button, black and gray silk lined suit in the 10 minutes before their 10 o’clock closing time.

On our way back to the hotel we stumbled upon a film shoot taking place just across this historic Japanese bridge.

There were like 7 Vietnamese twentysomethings rehearsing some poorly choreographed walk/dance performance. It looked like it was supposed to be for some music video, but they was a sound guy there, so who knows. What I do know is that the chaos on set made some of the American sets I’ve been on seem like boot-camps.

Everybody was talking over each other: the AD and the choreographer (whom I’d both previously misidentified the director), the real director, the video playback dude, the sound guy, and some random producer-type in the back who was yelling at me (the only white guy on set), to turn my camera off. There were looky-loos everywhere (myself included), people riding bicycles through set, neighbors walking out of their houses and into shots…

Hollywood in Hoi An from Sleep Never on Vimeo.

The rehearsal for what looked like a one take deal (actors in a line, boy/girl/boy, face the camera and frolic toward the camera) went on for a good 15 minutes, waking, and pissing off, the bats in the rafters of the ancient buildings which swooped down and began buzzing the set.

And the only people who seemed to notice the additional winged rat crew members were Katie and I as we ducked and shrieked and ran through over the historical Japanese bridge, where we spooked more bats and woke up the security guard sleeping there before we made it back to town sweating and scarred by the not so distant memory of our brush with foreign fame and rabies.

In the morning (12 hours after I ordered it), I went to pick up my suit from my lady Chu at Elegant.

The pants were perfect, but the jacket was a little tight in the shoulders.

They said they could fix it, but it would take 40 minutes. I told them “no deal,” my car was coming to take me to the train station in Da Nang in 40 minutes (at 11 a.m. sharp). And if we missed the train, we wouldn’t make it to Hue, and if we did make it to Hue, we might miss our later flight to Ho Chi Minh City. Looking panicked herself, she told me not to worry and all I could think was how stoked I was going to be when I left town with a half-finished suit.

Then she bolted out the front of the store and told me to follow her, so I did.

She jumped on her scooter, suit in hand, and told me to get on back. So I did.

And then she blasted through streets like some Angelina Jolie character in a rape revenge flick, one hand on the throttle, while I held on and pissed my pants.

We ended up in some back alley and she dashed inside this place,

the tailor’s home where two shirtless boys were waiting to accommodate me.

They sewed like motherfuckers and got the shit done as the tailor’s family and dog studied me from the stairs.

At 10:56. She dragged me into the bathroom and put the jacket on me. And it fit like a dream.

I said my goodbyes. She hustled me back onto the scooter.

I hopped on and I racked my nuts on the back fender as the tailor’s mother looked on and laughed her tits off. Chu zipped off down a maze of alleys, one hand on the throttle, as she pitched me on finding her a husband. He didn’t have to be rich. He didn’t have to be handsome. He just had to be a good friend.

At 11:01 I arrived at my hotel, suit in hand and driver waiting.

And two days later I sent her a man. Remember this guy?

(I still don’t know if he came back to the states with a suit or a wife or both.)

Our train ended up being late by an hour so I spent some time in this packed, green, 1,000 degree room

perusing the art collection

spying on super heroes

engaging in a staring contest with this weird looking fish

and watching this kid baller make shit happen.

I assumed that the ride would be much more luxurious than that of it’s Chinese counterpart and I was 100% wrong.

The place looked like the yard of Sanford and Son. Shit hanging from the rafters.

It was packed as fuck and 1,000 degrees.

I kept a panic attack at bay by playing my “I’m a spy in a spy movie” game in my head, the one I usually play in underground parking garages when shit’s deep and weird and there are documents to deliver and nuclear scientists to trail and killers lurking and the ground can open up at any second because we’re near a fucking fault line – but I’m a spy in a spy movie and spies don’t die while conducting countersurveilance in a parking garage — and the ceiling could collapse because the architect bribed the city, because this mall was built in the 80’s you know, and everybody was on cocaine. So how could this place be safe for people to park their cars in? Even assholes like me who are on their way to Lenscrafters, playing spy in their heads and destined to die, buried alive in the rubble of Forever 21, while drowning in their own blood?

On the positive side, the view was absolutely stunning.

We arrived in Hue, checked into our room just off the Perfume River

Just in time for sunset.

So we took a stroll through town

and headed North, over this bridge.

It was kind of freaky. We were two of the only pedestrians on the entire bridge besides the Vietnamese Army dudes who were posted chilling every twenty feet or so for the entire length.

Most of them stared. A few made comments in Vietnamese about us as we passed, a couple smiled, and one said something about taking a picture with us, or us taking a picture of him, or me taking a picture of the soldiers with Katie. I wasn’t completely sure, but neither one of us was feeling the vibe of the proposed photo shoot. So we played dumb and moved on, chuckling politely.

Now I hadn’t gotten any bad vibes in Hanoi, but like I said I’d heard from our driver in Hoi An (just prior to being attacked by a septuagenarian cattle farmer) that the North Vietnamese from Hue to Hanoi were a little less friendly to foreigners, particularly Americans.

Now I could be wrong, but I’m guessing it could have something to do with the fact that American troops pretty much leveled the entire city during the Battle of Hue.

As we strolled the darkened streets and alleys around the Citadel,

(many of the homes there occupied by the people old enough to have been there during the war), I began to feel the weight of my country’s history as a camera-strapped, wide-eyed reminder of the worst days of these people’s lives.

Their homes were open, but not to me. And as I passed, I felt their eyes look through me as they silently wished me away.

Point taken. We erased ourselves from their sight and got some Bún Bò Huế on a corner across from the Citadel.

The thunder of drums accompanied the close of our meal. So we strolled over to see what was up

and found some kind of crazy ass drum recital going off: Hundreds of Vietnamese in uniforms marching the length of the wall, waving flags and banging out a cover of “We Will Rock You.” Some in time. Some out.

Hue Celebration - Drum Parade from Sleep Never on Vimeo.

A crowd of mopeds gathered behind us to watch the spectacle. Bad ass.

After we followed the distant glow of party boats towards the river. Outside the Compact Disc café.

Some Vietnamese teen scrambled out of the trees and asked us if we’d like a table. But he didn’t take us to the café, he took us back between the trees, through some knee high weeds, through some bushes

and down to a bank just east of the café where a few other locals were chilling on a spread of tiny seats watching the boat parade portion of what turned about to be the annual Hue Festival!

No menu, no kitchen in sight, the kid asked us if we’d like to order anything. I went with a Coca Cola. He asked for the money up front and disappeared into the bushes. Strange. I was sure the kid was gone forever. Whatever.

Look at all the pretty lights!

But before I knew it, homie returned with an ice cold Coke in hand! And my fucking change!

And that’s when I realized that the dude, utilizing about fifteen plastic stools and the resources of an adjacent restaurant, had put together a pop-up restaurant of his own on the bank of the river to specifically cater to celebration hangers.

Now how’s that for communism, Captain America?

At the close of the celebration we headed for the bridge. It was packed. Like tragic bridge-collapse packed.

Shit was hot. I got dizzy and prayed to Uncle Ho for strength.

I felt his spirit…

And hearing my call, he talked me out of a happy ending

and delivered me, by the light of the moon

back to my hotel, where I got naked and tried on the complimentary shower cap.

Next day, our electricity was out. The hotel’s was out. Everybody in Hues was out. Apparently the energy it takes to illuminate all those pretty lights doesn’t grow in paddies, so the city government literally shuts off electricity in the entire city for 20 hours a week, even when it’s 90 fucking degrees.

Lucky us!

So we hopped on our scooterbike (check the “Mickey” helmet)

and headed to the Citadel and the not-so-Forbidden City

Inside we found lilys and bridges


ancient gates and scooters

opulent rooms

cool old buildings and trees

imperial tennis courts

and this whacky ass chair some eccentric powerful guy used to sit on

At one time trespassing in the Forbidden City was punishable by death, but now dipshit tourists can take a picture in traditional emperor garb to send to their friends back home! My how times have changed.

Signs of the Battle of Hue are everywhere you look

and much of the Citadel and Forbidden City is under constant (re)construction

After our trip back in time, we headed out for some grub and happened up this little slice of heaven.

At first we were attracted to how progressive the scene was there, their catering to interracial couples and all,

but the food this old broad cooked up was bonkers.

After Katie was guilted, by some twentysomething dude posing as a restaurant worker, into buying a painting to benefit some starving orphans that lived under some bridge some where, we zipped off for the Thien Mu Pagoda.

Outside I found some counterfeit money.

and a pet monkey.

My traveler doctor, the one I paid $300 to vaccinate me and educated me on everything that could possibly kill me in the whole of Asia, had warned me about these monkeys. In fact, she specifically told me NOT to engage in photo ops with random monkeys, for fear I could be bitten, for fear I could get rabies or worse. And of course, I was like “Try not to get your panties in a twist. I have zero intention of “engaging” any monkeys.”

And then this furry little methed-up fucker took a leap at my scooter as I pulled into pagoda parking.

I nearly shit my pants and then he just laughed at me and went back to selling hats.

After narrowly escaping another horrific end, we hiked past some of the monkeys customers

up the steps

past a local troublemaker

through the graveyard

a magic forest

some sleeping monks

and stumbled upon this tribute to Hòa thượng Thích Quảng Đức (the Mahayana Buddhist monk who set himself on fire in Saigon on June 11, 1963 to protest the horrific and stupid Vietnam War), which features the car he rode in on his way to the scene of his self-immolation.

Being too a big of a pussy to set myself on fire in the name of peace, but totally agreeing with Hòa thượng Thích Quảng Đức’s view, I went to the temple to meditate and cry a bit.

Afterward, our driver “Hong Kong” picked us up at our hotel and we were off to Da Nang airport. The view on the drive was stunning.

The topic of music came up and as bad modern hip-pop blared from the crappy minivan stereo, Hong Kong asked if I thought Lady Gaga was sexy. I dodged that question and he asked if I liked hip-hop. I said sure, the good stuff, golden era stuff, Wu Tang Clan, Tribe, Public Enemy, etc.

Hong Kong told me he’d never heard of any of them and asked if I could put some on his thumb drive. So I took out my laptop, banged some “36 Chambers,” and Hong Kong, not impressed, and without another word, turned up his stereo to drown it out.

When Hong Kong (with the clock ticking and the shorter, tunnel route to Da Nang blocked by a traffic accident) decided to put it all on red and take the longer and more dangerous mountain route to Da Nang, I decided it would be better to upgrade his name to “King Kong.”

But then “Ding Dong” came to mind 3/4 of the way up the mountain when shit got hairy and I realized Hong Kong was nearly out of gas…


  1. No Comments
  1. 1 bathroom reglazing(new comment)
  2. 2 hospital clock system(new comment)
  3. 3 synchronized clocks for stadiums(new comment)
  4. 4 clock hands repair(new comment)
  5. 5 gas fireplace repair(new comment)
  6. 6 bathtub refinishing(new comment)
  7. 7 PA systems(new comment)
  8. 8 hospital clock system(new comment)
  9. 9 clock hands repair(new comment)
  10. 10 clock hands repair(new comment)
  11. 11 fireplace maintenance(new comment)
  12. 12 this page(new comment)
  13. 13 Facility wireless clocks(new comment)
  14. 14 elapsed time clock for operating rooms(new comment)
  15. 15 clock movement(new comment)
  16. 16 DIY clock replacement parts(new comment)
  17. 17 fireplace maintenance service(new comment)
  18. 18 los angeles bathtub refinishing(new comment)
  19. 19 PA systems for schools(new comment)
  20. 20 Clock kits and dials(new comment)
  21. 21 clock dial face fit ups(new comment)
  22. 22 clock building videos(new comment)
  23. 23 bath tub refinishers(new comment)
  24. 24 sync system clock(new comment)
  25. 25 Clock making parts(new comment)
  26. 26 clock inserts movements(new comment)
  27. 27 DIY clock replacement parts(new comment)
  28. 28 tub resurfacing(new comment)
  29. 29 visit website here(new comment)
  30. 30 visit website here(new comment)
  31. 31 DIY clock replacement parts(new comment)
  32. 32 fireplace inspection(new comment)
  33. 33 accessories for clocks(new comment)
  34. 34 clock manufacture(new comment)
  35. 35 gas fireplace cleaning services(new comment)
  36. 36 clock inserts suppliers(new comment)
  37. 37 tub resurfacing(new comment)
  38. 38 time synchronazation clocks(new comment)
  39. 39 clock parts manufacturing(new comment)
  40. 40 get more info here(new comment)
  41. 41 ceramic tile restoration(new comment)
  42. 42 fireplace maintenance service(new comment)
  43. 43 click Here(new comment)
  44. 44 clock repair parts(new comment)
  45. 45 reglazing tub and tile(new comment)
  46. 46 chimney flashing repair(new comment)
  47. 47 click Here(new comment)
  48. 48 accessories for clocks(new comment)
  49. 49 Clock kits and dials(new comment)
  50. 50 ceramic tile restoration(new comment)
  51. 51 gas fireplace service cost(new comment)
  52. 52 outdoor clocks for schools(new comment)
  53. 53 DIY clock hands repair(new comment)
  54. 54 parts for clocks(new comment)
  55. 55 bathtub refinishing los angeles(new comment)
  56. 56 repair for gas fireplace(new comment)
  57. 57 hour hands for clocks(new comment)
  58. 58 sync clocks for hospitals(new comment)
  59. 59 refinish bathroom tile(new comment)
  60. 60 best motor for clocks(new comment)
  61. 61 clock repair parts(new comment)
  62. 62 click here(new comment)
  63. 63 bathtub refinishers(new comment)
  64. 64 parts of a clock(new comment)
  65. 65 best clock movement(new comment)
  66. 66 my review here(new comment)
  67. 67 wireless clocks transmitter(new comment)
  68. 68 parts for clocks(new comment)
  69. 69 reglazing bathroom tiles(new comment)
  70. 70 clock making replacement parts(new comment)
  71. 71 parts of a clock(new comment)
  72. 72 gas fireplace service & repair(new comment)
  73. 73 los angeles bathtub reglazing(new comment)
  74. 74 parts for clocks(new comment)
  75. 75 clock making replacement parts(new comment)
  76. 76 clock repair videos(new comment)
  77. 77 clocks for businesses(new comment)
  78. 78 bathroom reglazing(new comment)
  79. 79 parts of a clock(new comment)
  80. 80 clock manufacture(new comment)
  81. 81 clock building videos(new comment)
  82. 82 elapsed time clock for operating rooms(new comment)
  83. 83 click site(new comment)
  84. 84 large clock hands(new comment)
  85. 85 clock repair videos(new comment)
  86. 86 facilities services companies(new comment)
  87. 87 bathtub repair(new comment)
  88. 88 clock parts manufacturing(new comment)
  89. 89 wireless communication systems(new comment)
  90. 90 navigate to this website(new comment)
  91. 91 ceramic tile restoration(new comment)
  92. 92 best clock movements(new comment)
  93. 93 tub refinishing(new comment)
  94. 94 wireless clocks sync(new comment)
  95. 95 bathtub refinishing los angeles ca(new comment)
  96. 96 hour hands for clocks(new comment)
  97. 97 clocks for facilities(new comment)
  98. 98 best motor for clocks(new comment)
  99. 99 best clock movement(new comment)
  100. 100 reglazing tile(new comment)
  101. 101 clock repair parts(new comment)
  102. 102 wireless clocks sync(new comment)
  103. 103 fireplace maintenance and repair(new comment)
  104. 104 best clock movement(new comment)
  105. 105 clock inserts movements(new comment)
  106. 106 tile reglazing(new comment)
  107. 107 replacement parts for clocks(new comment)
  108. 108 ceramic tile refinishing near me(new comment)
  109. 109 quartz clock fit-ups(new comment)
  110. 110 pendulum movements(new comment)
  111. 111 gas fireplace repair(new comment)
  112. 112 hour hands for clocks(new comment)
  113. 113 bathtub refinishers(new comment)
  114. 114 best clock movements(new comment)
  115. 115 fireplace service and repair(new comment)
  116. 116 tile reglazing(new comment)
  117. 117 pendulum movements(new comment)
  118. 118 chimney flashing repair(new comment)
  119. 119 Clock kits and dials(new comment)
  120. 120 clocks for facilities(new comment)
  121. 121 mechanism for clocks(new comment)
  122. 122 how to replace clock hands(new comment)
  123. 123 great post to read(new comment)
  124. 124 time synchronazation clocks(new comment)
  125. 125 clock inserts movements(new comment)
  126. 126 clock manufacture(new comment)
  127. 127 tub refinishing los angeles(new comment)
  128. 128 get more info here(new comment)
  129. 129 visit website here(new comment)
  130. 130 gas fireplace repair services near me(new comment)
  131. 131 tub reglazing los angeles(new comment)
  132. 132 see here(new comment)
  133. 133 chimney repair peoria(new comment)
  134. 134 Best digital clocks(new comment)
  135. 135 clock making replacement parts(new comment)
  136. 136 click Here(new comment)
  137. 137 tub refinishing los angeles(new comment)
  138. 138 useful reference(new comment)
  139. 139 hospital clock system(new comment)
  140. 140 best hands for clocks(new comment)
  141. 141 large clock hands(new comment)
  142. 142 reglazing tub and tile(new comment)
  143. 143 sync clocks for hospitals(new comment)
  144. 144 visit website here(new comment)
  145. 145 bathroom reglazing(new comment)
  146. 146 clock repair videos(new comment)
  147. 147 tub refinishing los angeles(new comment)
  148. 148 small clock inserts(new comment)
  149. 149 repair a gas fireplace(new comment)
  150. 150 PA speakers for businesses(new comment)
  151. 151 large clock hands(new comment)
  152. 152 DIY clock hands repair(new comment)
  153. 153 More about the author(new comment)
  154. 154 DIY clock replacement parts(new comment)
  155. 155 learn more(new comment)
  156. 156 clock inserts movements(new comment)
  157. 157 fireplace repair costs(new comment)
  158. 158 do my math homework for me(new comment)
  159. 159 parts for clocks(new comment)
  160. 160 WebAssign answers(new comment)
  161. 161 best clock movements(new comment)
  162. 162 visit website here(new comment)
  163. 163 hawkes learning answers(new comment)
  164. 164 tenant improvement contractor(new comment)
  165. 165 parts of a clock(new comment)
  166. 166 do my accounting homework(new comment)
  167. 167 how to get answers on hawkes learning(new comment)
  168. 168 construction management experts(new comment)
  169. 169 clock movement(new comment)
  170. 170 answer key delta math answers(new comment)
  171. 171 best clock movement(new comment)
  172. 172 plastic dial hand(new comment)
  173. 173 pendulum movements(new comment)
  174. 174 useful reference(new comment)
  175. 175 useful reference(new comment)
  176. 176 clock repair videos(new comment)
  177. 177 aleks chemistry answers(new comment)
  178. 178 read more(new comment)
  179. 179 prefab steel buildings(new comment)
  180. 180 pay for math homework(new comment)
  181. 181 finish my math class reviews(new comment)
  182. 182 click Here(new comment)
  183. 183 parts of a clock(new comment)
  184. 184 clock repair parts(new comment)
  185. 185 concrete construction(new comment)
  186. 186 hawkes learning answers(new comment)
  187. 187 clock dial face fit ups(new comment)
  188. 188 TI construction(new comment)
  189. 189 get redirected here(new comment)
  190. 190 clock building videos(new comment)
  191. 191 useful reference(new comment)
  192. 192 clock mechanisms(new comment)
  193. 193 construction consultants(new comment)
  194. 194 metal building kits(new comment)
  195. 195 pay someone to do math homework(new comment)
  196. 196 mechanism for clocks(new comment)
  197. 197 Delta Math answers algebra 1(new comment)
  198. 198 metal clock mechanism(new comment)
  199. 199 see here(new comment)
  200. 200 mechanism for clocks(new comment)
  201. 201 ALEKS answer key geometry(new comment)
  202. 202 best contractor(new comment)
  203. 203 aleks answers chemistry(new comment)
  204. 204 best hands for clocks(new comment)
  205. 205 prefab steel buildings(new comment)
  206. 206 clock repair videos(new comment)
  207. 207 do my accounting homework(new comment)
  208. 208 california metal buildings(new comment)
  209. 209 do my math homework(new comment)
  210. 210 best clock movements(new comment)
  211. 211 large clock hands(new comment)
  212. 212 construction management(new comment)
  213. 213 homework slave(new comment)
  214. 214 MyOpenMath answer key(new comment)
  215. 215 clock inserts suppliers(new comment)
  216. 216 best general contractor(new comment)
  217. 217 Get More Info(new comment)
  218. 218 delta math answer(new comment)
  219. 219 best motor for clocks(new comment)
  220. 220 this page(new comment)
  221. 221 this page(new comment)
  222. 222 read more(new comment)
  223. 223 concrete construction(new comment)
  224. 224 answers to aleks chemistry(new comment)
  225. 225 finish my math class(new comment)
  226. 226 project management(new comment)
  227. 227 how to replace clock hands(new comment)
  228. 228 metal clock mechanism(new comment)
  229. 229 ALEKS answer key statistics(new comment)
  230. 230 clock building videos(new comment)
  231. 231 learn more here(new comment)
  232. 232 replacement parts for clocks(new comment)
  233. 233 delta math answer(new comment)
  234. 234 aleks answer key chemistry(new comment)
  235. 235 visit website here(new comment)
  236. 236 steel building contractor(new comment)
  237. 237 visit website here(new comment)
  238. 238 delta math answer(new comment)
  239. 239 accessories for clocks(new comment)
  240. 240 finish my math class(new comment)
  241. 241 clock hands repair(new comment)
  242. 242 best metal building contractor(new comment)
  243. 243 plastic dial hand(new comment)
  244. 244 steel building contractor(new comment)
  245. 245 click Here(new comment)
  246. 246 deltamath answers(new comment)
  247. 247 WebAssign answers(new comment)
  248. 248 concrete construction(new comment)
  249. 249 hawkes learning answers(new comment)
  250. 250 Clock kits and dials(new comment)
  251. 251 clock inserts suppliers(new comment)
  252. 252 best general contractor(new comment)
  253. 253 do my math homework(new comment)
  254. 254 USA Made clock movements(new comment)
  255. 255 click Here(new comment)
  256. 256 lock smiths near me(new comment)
  257. 257 mobile car detailing charlotte nc(new comment)
  258. 258 deltamath answers(new comment)
  259. 259 trailer storage(new comment)
  260. 260 gas fireplace repair services near me(new comment)
  261. 261 fireplace repair service near me(new comment)
  262. 262 commercial locksmiths(new comment)
  263. 263 my review here(new comment)
  264. 264 do my math homework(new comment)
  265. 265 my company(new comment)
  266. 266 wood stove repair peoria(new comment)
  267. 267 locksmith near(new comment)
  268. 268 wireless clocks transmitter(new comment)
  269. 269 best dui lawyer near me(new comment)
  270. 270 clock hands repair(new comment)
  271. 271 locksmith near(new comment)
  272. 272 best places for families to live in london(new comment)
  273. 273 GPS Receiver(new comment)
  274. 274 Best digital clocks(new comment)
  275. 275 white collar crime lawyers(new comment)
  276. 276 metal clock hands(new comment)
  277. 277 PA systems(new comment)
  278. 278 renting with a dog(new comment)
  279. 279 locksmiths near me(new comment)
  280. 280 auto sync clocks(new comment)
  281. 281 dwi lawyer(new comment)
  282. 282 synchronized wireless time systems(new comment)
  283. 283 pet friendly lettings(new comment)
  284. 284 synchronazation communication systems(new comment)
  285. 285 locksmith near missoula mt(new comment)
  286. 286 mechanisms for clocks(new comment)
  287. 287 best criminal lawyer(new comment)
  288. 288 clocks for businesses(new comment)
  289. 289 sync clocks for hospitals(new comment)
  290. 290 best places for families to live in london(new comment)
  291. 291 metal clock mechanism(new comment)
  292. 292 More about the author(new comment)
  293. 293 clocks for facilities(new comment)
  294. 294 flats that allow pets(new comment)
  295. 295 rekey(new comment)
  296. 296 auto sync clocks(new comment)
  297. 297 mechanisms for clocks(new comment)
  298. 298 locksmith nearby(new comment)
  299. 299 check it out here(new comment)
  300. 300 top london relocation agents(new comment)
  301. 301 criminal defense lawyers near me(new comment)
  302. 302 learn more(new comment)
  303. 303 hour hands for clocks(new comment)
  304. 304 moving to london with family(new comment)
  305. 305 synchronized wireless clocks(new comment)
  306. 306 locksmith charge to install missoula(new comment)
  307. 307 facilities services companies(new comment)
  308. 308 civil defense attorney(new comment)
  309. 309 clock inserts suppliers(new comment)
  310. 310 dog friendly landlords(new comment)
  311. 311 outdoor clocks for schools(new comment)
  312. 312 locksmith in my area(new comment)
  313. 313 Clock kits and dials(new comment)
  314. 314 pet friendly flats london(new comment)
  315. 315 defence attorney(new comment)
  316. 316 clocks large facilities(new comment)
  317. 317 locksmith in my area(new comment)
  318. 318 pet friendly rentals london(new comment)
  319. 319 clock mechanisms(new comment)
  320. 320 defense attorney near me(new comment)
  321. 321 clocks for facilities(new comment)
  322. 322 locksmith 24/7 near me(new comment)
  323. 323 outdoor clocks for schools(new comment)
  324. 324 rent with pets(new comment)
  325. 325 clock movement(new comment)
  326. 326 defence attorney(new comment)
  327. 327 wireless synchronized clocks(new comment)
  328. 328 locksmith store near me(new comment)
  329. 329 wireless communication systems(new comment)
  330. 330 clock manufacture(new comment)
  331. 331 locksmith(new comment)
  332. 332 criminal justice lawyer(new comment)
  333. 333 wireless clocks transmitter(new comment)
  334. 334 check it out here(new comment)
  335. 335 pet friendly rental agencies(new comment)
  336. 336 clock manufacture(new comment)
  337. 337 car locksmith(new comment)
  338. 338 criminal lawyer missoula(new comment)
  339. 339 outdoor clocks for schools(new comment)
  340. 340 learn more(new comment)
  341. 341 best places to live near london with good schools(new comment)
  342. 342 clock repair videos(new comment)
  343. 343 cost locksmith install(new comment)
  344. 344 robbery lawyers(new comment)
  345. 345 wireless synchronized clocks(new comment)
  346. 346 renting with pets(new comment)
  347. 347 clock repair parts(new comment)
  348. 348 car locksmith(new comment)
  349. 349 misdemeanor lawyer(new comment)
  350. 350 wireless clocks sync(new comment)
  351. 351 wireless time systems(new comment)
  352. 352 properties that allow pets(new comment)
  353. 353 best clock movements(new comment)
  354. 354 locksmith emergency missoula(new comment)
  355. 355 wireless synchronized clocks(new comment)
  356. 356 student guide to london(new comment)
  357. 357 criminal defence lawyer(new comment)
  358. 358 how to build your own clock(new comment)
  359. 359 key copy(new comment)
  360. 360 luxury student accommodation london(new comment)
  361. 361 clocks for hospitals(new comment)
  362. 362 clocks for schools(new comment)
  363. 363 dui lawyer(new comment)
  364. 364 best hands for clocks(new comment)
  365. 365 click to read more(new comment)
  366. 366 renting with pets(new comment)
  367. 367 motel insurance program(new comment)
  368. 368 parts for clocks(new comment)
  369. 369 click to read more(new comment)
  370. 370 Get More Info(new comment)
  371. 371 hospitality insurance companies(new comment)
  372. 372 ski lodge insurance(new comment)
  373. 373 clock repair videos(new comment)
  374. 374 hotel insurance programs(new comment)
  375. 375 criminal defence lawyer(new comment)
  376. 376 insurance for event venues(new comment)
  377. 377 pet rentals(new comment)
  378. 378 motel insurance brokers(new comment)
  379. 379 bed and breakfast insurance companies(new comment)
  380. 380 defense attorney near me(new comment)
  381. 381 bed and breakfast insurance rates(new comment)
  382. 382 rent with pets(new comment)
  383. 383 clock repair videos(new comment)
  384. 384 event venue insurance(new comment)
  385. 385 identity theft attorneys(new comment)
  386. 386 this page(new comment)
  387. 387 student guide to london(new comment)
  388. 388 clock repair videos(new comment)
  389. 389 innkeepers liability insurance(new comment)
  390. 390 criminal lawyer missoula(new comment)
  391. 391 hunting lodge insurance(new comment)
  392. 392 hotel insurance policy(new comment)
  393. 393 student guide to london(new comment)
  394. 394 small clock inserts(new comment)
  395. 395 lodge insurance(new comment)
  396. 396 venue liability insurance(new comment)
  397. 397 have a peek at these guys(new comment)
  398. 398 bed & breakfast insurance(new comment)
  399. 399 london relocation consultancy(new comment)
  400. 400 metal clock mechanism(new comment)
  401. 401 hospitality insurance company(new comment)
  402. 402 insurance bed and breakfast(new comment)
  403. 403 insurance for bed and breakfast(new comment)
  404. 404 renting with pets(new comment)
  405. 405 this page(new comment)
  406. 406 metal hands(new comment)
  407. 407 lodge insurance(new comment)
  408. 408 hospitality insurance companies(new comment)
  409. 409 ski lodge insurance(new comment)
  410. 410 theft lawyers(new comment)
  411. 411 mechanism for clocks(new comment)
  412. 412 hotel liability insurance(new comment)
  413. 413 bed and breakfast insurance companies(new comment)
  414. 414 venue liability insurance(new comment)
  415. 415 student accommodation london(new comment)
  416. 416 clock parts manufacturing(new comment)
  417. 417 misdemeanor attorney(new comment)
  418. 418 find more info(new comment)
  419. 419 hospitality insurance companies(new comment)
  420. 420 luxury student accommodation london(new comment)
  421. 421 hotel insurance cost(new comment)
  422. 422 clock making replacement parts(new comment)
  423. 423 dui lawyer(new comment)
  424. 424 hunting lodge insurance(new comment)
  425. 425 properties that allow pets(new comment)
  426. 426 bed and breakfast insurance companies(new comment)
  427. 427 parts of a clock(new comment)
  428. 428 white collar crime lawyers(new comment)
  429. 429 click to read more(new comment)
  430. 430 hotel insurance programs(new comment)
  431. 431 pet friendly rental homes(new comment)
  432. 432 clock motor suppliers(new comment)
  433. 433 insurance for lodges(new comment)
  434. 434 civil defense attorney(new comment)
  435. 435 motel insurance companies(new comment)
  436. 436 this website(new comment)
  437. 437 pet friendly flats london(new comment)
  438. 438 this page(new comment)
  439. 439 lodge insurance(new comment)
  440. 440 get redirected here(new comment)
  441. 441 hotel insurance cost(new comment)
  442. 442 plastic dial hand(new comment)
  443. 443 renting in london with a dog(new comment)
  444. 444 ski lodge insurance(new comment)
  445. 445 b&b insurance(new comment)
  446. 446 criminal law firms(new comment)
  447. 447 hospitality insurance(new comment)
  448. 448 imp source(new comment)
  449. 449 find more info(new comment)
  450. 450 hospitality insurance programs(new comment)
  451. 451 expungement lawyers near me(new comment)
  452. 452 rent with pets(new comment)
  453. 453 hotel motel insurance companies(new comment)
  454. 454 see here(new comment)
  455. 455 hotel insurance policy(new comment)
  456. 456 drug trafficking attorney(new comment)
  457. 457 hotel insurance companies(new comment)
  458. 458 bed and breakfast insurance policy(new comment)
  459. 459 moving company uk(new comment)
  460. 460 motel insurance companies(new comment)

Leave a Reply

You must login to post a comment.