hmm. and youre abso postive on that?. wonder if theres laws for countys or towns then?. maybe that was it. who knows. if someone bought a few things and its legal then why would they send a paper saying theyre lawyers said they couldnt sens any more items?. odd.i think the persons best bet would be not to buy anymore at all. not worth the potentianal problems in an increaslingly communist world. 8/ thanks for the help. o one more thing it might be because adult dvd"s might be illegal in ky. something i found.
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