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Living-Foods: Personals: Flyman

Id Number009793
Date PostedAug 15, 2015
NameFlyman
Gendermale
Age116
LocationNew York, NY, USA
I eat76%-95% Living/Raw Vegetarian Foods
Height5ft. 1in.
Weight80lbs.
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DescriptionIs it convenient to talk at the moment? help paying for adcirca John Candy, 43 (1950-1994): The comedic actor died of a heart attack while shooting "Wagons East," shown above, in 1994. Rising to fame on the Canadian comedy show, "Second City Television," Candy reached American audiences starring alongside Tom Hanks in "Splash." From bit parts to starring roles, Candy touched a slew of comedic films throughout the '80s and early '90s, most notably "Spaceballs" and "Uncle Buck."
HobbiesIs it convenient to talk at the moment? help paying for adcirca John Candy, 43 (1950-1994): The comedic actor died of a heart attack while shooting "Wagons East," shown above, in 1994. Rising to fame on the Canadian comedy show, "Second City Television," Candy reached American audiences starring alongside Tom Hanks in "Splash." From bit parts to starring roles, Candy touched a slew of comedic films throughout the '80s and early '90s, most notably "Spaceballs" and "Uncle Buck."
GoalsIs it convenient to talk at the moment? help paying for adcirca John Candy, 43 (1950-1994): The comedic actor died of a heart attack while shooting "Wagons East," shown above, in 1994. Rising to fame on the Canadian comedy show, "Second City Television," Candy reached American audiences starring alongside Tom Hanks in "Splash." From bit parts to starring roles, Candy touched a slew of comedic films throughout the '80s and early '90s, most notably "Spaceballs" and "Uncle Buck."
QuoteIs it convenient to talk at the moment? help paying for adcirca John Candy, 43 (1950-1994): The comedic actor died of a heart attack while shooting "Wagons East," shown above, in 1994. Rising to fame on the Canadian comedy show, "Second City Television," Candy reached American audiences starring alongside Tom Hanks in "Splash." From bit parts to starring roles, Candy touched a slew of comedic films throughout the '80s and early '90s, most notably "Spaceballs" and "Uncle Buck."
Ideal MateIs it convenient to talk at the moment? help paying for adcirca John Candy, 43 (1950-1994): The comedic actor died of a heart attack while shooting "Wagons East," shown above, in 1994. Rising to fame on the Canadian comedy show, "Second City Television," Candy reached American audiences starring alongside Tom Hanks in "Splash." From bit parts to starring roles, Candy touched a slew of comedic films throughout the '80s and early '90s, most notably "Spaceballs" and "Uncle Buck."
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