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The Complete Terminator Timeline
Scroll down for an explanation of all that Terminator time travel

It's a conundrum that has baffled nuclear physicists and given Stephen Hawking a headache, but we've finally solved it: here, in easy(ish) to understand flow-chart form is your guide to the to-ing and fro-ing across time that makes up the Terminator series (note: we've deliberately skipped some of the Sarah Connor Chronicles journeys because our brains started to turn to jelly).

Warning: Possible spoilers ahead.

The Terminator, Arnold Schwarzenegger
T1
MAY 12, 1984
A T-800 Terminator arrives from the future to kill Sarah Connor. Kyle Reese also arrives, to protect her. Reese and Connor destroy the Terminator, but Reese dies, having impregnated Connor. Terminator parts are found by Cyberdyne.


T1
FEBRUARY 28, 1985
John Connor is born.


KEY TO THE TIMELINE
T1
The Terminator
T2
Terminator 2: Judgment Day
T3
Terminator 3: Rise Of The Machines
T4
Terminator Salvation
SCC
Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles

Time Travel

Timeline

Estimated timeline


Terminator 2: Judgement Day, Sarah Connor
T2
1994
Sarah Connor attempts to blow up a computer factory and is placed in Pescadero State Hospital, a psychiatric hospital. Here she is apparently diagnosed with leukaemia. John Connor goes into foster care.



T3
JUNE 7, 1995
John Connor meets and kisses future-wife Kate Brewster in a friend's basement.



Terminator 2: Judgement Day, T-800 and T-1000
T2
JUNE 8, 1995
A T-1000 arrives from the future to kill John Connor. A T-800 reprogrammed by the future John Connor also arrives, to protect him. The T-1000 is destroyed, Cyberdyne is blown up, the T-800 is melted down and Judgment Day is averted. Or is it?


T2
AUGUST 4, 1997
Cyberdyne's Skynet goes online and "learns at a geometric rate".



T2
AUGUST 29, 1997
Skynet becomes self-aware at 2:14am. It's JUDGMENT DAY!




T1
2029
Skynet sends a Terminator back to 1984 to kill Sarah Connor. John Connor sends back Kyle Reese to protect her.
TERMINATOR SENT BACK




T3
LATE 1997
Sarah Connor dies of leukaemia. John Connor goes off the grid.



T3
JULY 24, 2004
A T-X arrives from the future to kill Kate Brewster and John Connor's would-be lieutenants. A T-800 reprogrammed by the future Brewster also arrives, to protect John Connor from nuclear annihilation, as Judgment Day has only been postponed. Brewster and Connor reconnect.



T3
JULY 25, 2004
The machines rise, Skynet becomes self-aware at 5.18pm. The nukes go off an hour later, while Connor and Brewster survive at the Crystal Peak shelter. It's JUDGMENT DAY! Again. Sort of.


EVENTS UNCLEAR



Terminator Salvation, Marcus Wright
T4
2003
Marcus Wright 'dies'.



Terminator: Sarah Connor Chronicles, T-888
SCC
SEPTEMBER 10, 1999
A T-888 Terminator arrives from the future to kill John Connor. He, his distinctly not-dead mother Sarah and a reprogrammed girl-Terminator called Cameron discover a time machine in a bank and travel forward in time to 2007.


SCC
2007
The events of The Sarah Connor Chronicles. There are Terminators everywhere!



SCC
APRIL 21, 2011
Skynet, now self-aware, launches nuclear missiles. It's JUDGMENT DAY! According to The Sarah Connor Chronicles, anyway.



SCC
2027
Skynet sends a T-888 Terminator back in time to kill John Connor. The human Resistance reprogrammes a girl-Terminator ("Cameron") to protect him.
TERMINATORS SENT BACK


T2
2029/30
Some time later, Skynet sends a T-1000 back to 1995 to kill John Connor. John Connor reprogrammes a T-800 and sends it back to protect himself.
TERMINATORS SENT BACK

EVENTS UNCLEAR





Terminator Salvation, Marcus Wright, John Connor
T4
2019
During the war against Skynet, Resistance fighter John Connor encounters the mysterious Marcus Wright, kicking off the events of Terminator Salvation.

EVENTS UNCLEAR
EVENTS UNCLEAR




T3
JULY 4, 2032
John Connor is finally terminated - ironically by the exact same model of T-800 that tried to terminate his mother in 1984, and which protected him in 1995. Skynet sends a T-X back to 2004 to kill Kate Brewster and Connor's lieutenants. Brewster reprogrammes the T-800 that killed her husband and sends that back to protect Connor and herself.
TERMINATORS SENT BACK

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1 how about this...
Posted on Saturday August 21, 2010, 03:09 by skwerlsr
Imagine being at the present day end of the time machine. The part where the war is taking place. It would make sense at that point to send all the terminators in at one specific time. All with dates and missions according to what the machines knew of John Connor. If you noticed, the movie is showing that all of this is inevitable. The terminators had to be sent over a course of a few hours apart from eachother. Long enough for the machines to know that each mission didn't work. The terminators weren't sent back in time, but another dimension where nothing they did would affect the present day world. On the war end of the time machine nothing changed for them and may have continued to send more terminators until John Connor died. The only way to kill him is in the present day, no time machine. Read More

2 No Kyle Reese No John Connor ............
Posted on Thursday January 14, 2010, 16:24 by thom7592
Basically you know john connor sends back kyle reese to protect sarah connor were they eventually have sex resulting in john connors birth well kyle reese was only sent back once meaning in the the timeline leading up to kyle reese being sent back he sarah connor and kyle reese never meet he is like 6 i nthe sarah connor cronicles when derek the brother of kyle reese(thought this is never mentioned in any of the films) see them in the past meaning kyle is too young in the present to be johns father so who the hell is plus why didnt skynet just send the most advanced terminator (being that of terminator 3 personally) back to before sarah connor is born to just destroy her mum lol seriously terminator just contradicts itself and relys on alternate timelines as and excuse for there weak research on there own films lol Read More

3 He is the T800
Posted on Tuesday June 16, 2009, 18:17 by beverage42
In reply to the supposed mistake...Arnie's Terminator is a T800 model 101. The 101 refers to the T800's Arnie like appearance (a model 102 would be the same series of Terminator but wouldn't look like Arnie). Read More

4 RE: Terminator Movies Explained in Four Paragraphs
Posted on Sunday June 14, 2009, 22:36 by three1ne
Im certainly not a viewer that likes to have a whole film explained in layman's terms. Its great when a film keeps your brain active for days after. But, when we are expected to know/comprehend that time doesnt actually travel in straight lines and the story (according to Cameron) deals with N Jumps, then this needs to be explained through the characters in the film. Also, I dont really care for all of the 'parallel' universes/timeline stories as.. well.. who cares. For example, place yourself in this situation, without necessarily the Terminator series in mind, just from a normal, everyday situation/story. - dont do X in your current universe (1) then your parallel self with die in universe (2). Do you actually really care? do do X in your current universe (1) then your parallel self with survive in universe (2) but youll die in universe (1). Do you actually really care? ow can you care for a character whos trying to change the outcome for a parallel universe? We, as nRead More

5 WTF?
Posted on Saturday June 13, 2009, 06:05 by Luzhell
Must not think, brain melting... I know the people that produce Terminator have absolutely NO consideration for the timeline, but by this point this story has so many temporal paradoxes that is a miracle the universe doesn't collapse. The only solution that I can think of is that maybe there are several parallel timelines created by this disaster, and that they are modified and recreated with each time travel, specially the "Sarah Connor Chronicles." Read More

6 Huh?
Posted on Thursday June 11, 2009, 17:23 by RachelH46
I know you guys have put a lot of effort into this but I'm still confused! :S Read More

7 a mistake EMPIRE has made here....
Posted on Thursday June 11, 2009, 16:44 by ptolemy
Arnold's Terminator is model T-101, not 800! Read More

8 Let's Start the First Time Shall we
Posted on Thursday June 11, 2009, 16:25 by illbEbaCk
Sorry, supposed to say......."who the hell was his father the first time around".........below Read More

9 Let's Start the First Time Shall we
Posted on Thursday June 11, 2009, 16:24 by illbEbaCk
Sorry, supposed to say......."who the hell was his father the first time around".........below Read More

10 Let's Start the First Time Shall we
Posted on Thursday June 11, 2009, 16:21 by illbEbaCk
Time may not be linear, but it all had to happen a first time. John Connor was born, grew up, became the leader of the resistance, and sent Kyle Reese back to protect his mother. So maybe Kyle Reese is John's father the second time around....but, who the hell was his father the second time around? Because Salvation was as crappy as it was....at the end while on the medic table, I kept waiting for John to say......"Kyle.....you are my father" in ode to Darth Vader colloquium. Read More

11 Too confusing
Posted on Thursday June 11, 2009, 01:31 by redrose_55
I have watched all the Terminator movies.And what confused me was. How it all started.When I try to think how John 's dad is from the future and his mom is from now. But I think how Skynet knew to go after Kyle in the future .I think it was Milles Dyson .Son who took over Skynet to get even with John by trying to kill Kyle in the future.So his dad wouldnt be killed.It seems like it goes in one big circle.But I think someone else had to be Johns dad.Because Kyle told Sarah that when the people were being killed in a factory .John stood up to the terminators and fought back. And in T3 the T-800 told John he was going to be killed by him.Ok this is my idea.But Im looking forward to see what the next Terminator movie is going to be like .Maybe Skynet will send a Terminator to try to kill Sarahs mom. next???When someone ever figures out how all this makes sence let me know please. Read More

12 A bigger problem...
Posted on Tuesday June 9, 2009, 12:56 by douglasmain
I'm more concerned with how Empire managed to give Terminator Salvation 4 stars than this timeline shit. What a steaming pile of a turd of a film. Who reviews these things these days, 4 year old idiots? Read More

13 meh
Posted on Sunday June 7, 2009, 13:55 by freekedoutfish
They really should have just had the sense to actually combine the cannon from all 3 franchise so it made sense. The first two films don't make sense along side aspects of TSCC, and now the new film doesnt make sense along with either of those two. Was it really too much to ask that these people communicate with one another? Read More

14 A better way...
Posted on Sunday June 7, 2009, 01:27 by steinivalda
http://io9.com/5192446/a-whiteboard-that-explains-termi nators-entire-history I think this is a simpler way of explaining things, take a look... Read More

15 Try This
Posted on Saturday June 6, 2009, 11:41 by cahoopuk
The reason people find these concepts so difficult to understand, especially the whole 'Kyle Reese as John's Dad' argument is because we're all brought up to believe that time is linear, hence a timeline. Time however, is not linear, it only seems it because we measure it. Time is actually circular and everything is happening all the time. There is no beginning and there is no end, Kyle was John's dad before John sent him back, because it's all happening at the same time! Read More

16
Posted on Saturday June 6, 2009, 11:21 by Sequels Not Prequels
It's all a load of old shite really - should have left it at T2; they might think they're padding out the whole timeline, in reality they're diluting it, making shit up as they go along Read More

17 Really?
Posted on Friday June 5, 2009, 16:55 by mroz22
I can appreciate the effort, but this timeline is very poorly constructed. This is like Terminator for dummies style. There is no consideration for future events altering the past and then the past altering the future timelines. The Connor from McG's Salvation is the Connor that survived both Terminator attacks (tech. all three but McG hate crazy hate for T3). And the Connor from T2 survived the first attack and etc. But in reality (Terminator reality) the timelines runs as an overlapping change of events. In this sample, they have Judgment Day happening in 1997 and 2004, obviously not possible. After John sends Kyle back for the first time, Skynet now is aware of the importance of Kyle Reese and must take him out in the newly created future. The reason Kyle wasn't targeted in T2 or T3 because Kyle wasn't even born yet. So when he survaces in T4, he's primary target #1. I have so much more but don't feel like writting. haha. -Roz www.liveyoungordie.blogspot.com Read More

18 I know i am just being picky now
Posted on Friday June 5, 2009, 16:54 by EChris
Ive tryed on many occassions to think about the point you raise 'captainamazing' and yes they would be two different people technically but like you said, they sent reece back but as in salvation john connor is clearly older than reece so john connor must have had a different father to begin with all together, and yeah i suppose he wudnt dissappear if he went back and killed his younger self, i suppose we will never know what would have happened...........they are great films and i do sometimes wish they had left it just as the first two or maybe got james cameron to direct the third. Another issue I have with the third apart from the fact that the TX is clearly not as cool as the T1000, is the whole idea that arnie's character is a completely different T800 and he doesnt remeber john connor as a boy etc, but then why does he get in the truck pull down the sun visor and get the keys to start the truck (thats what john connor taught him in T2) yes i am being picky but i do love these fiRead More

19 Technically, anything can change
Posted on Friday June 5, 2009, 14:57 by captainamazing
Beginning with the first film, Skynet existed to create judgement day and the whole war before Kyle/T-800 mk1 were sent back. It's a bit of a paradox, but the future must have existed first so that it could send people back to create it. It didn't take John Conner to make Skynet in that film. The only logical way time travel can work is if each alteration creates a parallel universe (see the new Trek film (and Empire's spot-on Kobayashi Maru reboot blog) as an example). So before Kyle went back someone else would’ve been John’s dad. It just so happened that in the universe created by the incidents of the first film’s time-travelling, Kyle took that role and the future was altered somewhat. Which does and should happen in every film. You can't expect each film to pan out as they were described by the preceeding film's time-traveller. They could be entirely different. If John Conner travelled backwards and killed himself as a boy, he wouldn't disappear, because inRead More

20
Posted on Friday June 5, 2009, 13:35 by Joffster
The only gap that I can see in the new movie is this; In the Salvation John Connor and Kyle Reese are high priority kills. MCG has failed to fill in the gap explaining how Skynet in 2018 new that they had to kill them both as neither were significantly important at that point. The other times that Terminators had been sent back were from points in time when clearly John Connor posed a threat The only way Skynet could have known in 2018 of their future importance is for a terminator to be sent back in time with that information. Am I missing something or does this sound right??? Despite this, I loved Salvation and think its been long overdue. Pity it wasn't made a little earlier so we could have had the real Arnie in it! Read More

21 They are great films........enjoy and try not to think to much into it
Posted on Friday June 5, 2009, 10:59 by EChris
I agree completely with 'pothw' T3 and SCC don't match, but ive re-read the timeline twice now and it is flowing and making alot more sense than it was. The first two terminator movies are amazing, so enjoy them and try not to think too much into the whole thing as it will just pickle up your head, I watched the new t-salvation movie on wed, its better than T3 but not the first movies, im sure there will be 2 more to come just to make it even more complicated. And 'biggingeryeti' no its not real but its sure entertaining! Read More

22
Posted on Friday June 5, 2009, 02:42 by biggingeryeti
Plus I'd rather pretend that SCC didn't exist, it's awful. Read More

23
Posted on Friday June 5, 2009, 02:41 by biggingeryeti
There is an easy way to explain all this: IT'S NOT REAL! Read More

24 its not really that complicated..
Posted on Thursday June 4, 2009, 22:31 by pothw
the only reason its so complicated is T3 and SCC don't match. If you presume T3 never excisted then its makes sence and also means you don't have to rememmber what a drab awful film it was. Read More

25 its not really that complicated..
Posted on Thursday June 4, 2009, 21:25 by pothw
the only reason its so complicated is T3 and SCC don't match. If you presume T3 never excisted then its makes sence and also means you don't have to rememmber what a drab awful film it was. Read More

26 Like someone else said, 'Whatever happened, happened'
Posted on Thursday June 4, 2009, 10:42 by taskmaster
It's a loop. Everything that has happened was going to happen anyway. In T2 you see that Cyberdyne is basing all of their technology on the terminato arm and chip from the original model sent back. The creation of the Terminators is exactly the same as the creation of John Connor. If John never sent Kyle back, he would never be born, and if the Terminator was never sent back, the chip would never have been found and Skynet would never have been created. Its a loop that can't be changed. In fact, the best ever example of this kind of time travel is from Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure when they say that some point in the future, they will go back in time and set up the bin trap and put the keys in the bush. By saying they will do it, they make it so, and therefore HAVE to do it in the future. Read More

27 what about when reese was arrested...
Posted on Thursday June 4, 2009, 01:14 by adammiller2k
he said that the time machine was destroyed after he and arnie were sent back in the first movie, "no-one else gets through. it's just me and him." so, how the fudge did the rest of the movies happen? they made it pretty clear that the time machine was something pretty special in the first movie, so did they just find a new one? or collect parts from a monthly magazine and build one? basically, its a collection of movies (and a tv series) by 3 different directors each putting the importance of making money over the importance of continuity...i have nothing against that t-2 is awesome! (but not as good as the first...stone me if you like but old models look better than old cgi) Read More

28 Nope, forget 'timelines'.
Posted on Wednesday June 3, 2009, 22:34 by thewtam
The basic problem is that you are all thinking in terms of a timeline. It has been suggested by some of the great thinkers, Einstein included I think, that time does not travel in a straight line. Time itself is curved. Maybe even circular. It is considered the forth dimension. I will stand corrected but Einstein I think also postulated that time can be represented as a single point. The past, present and future co-existing. You simply have to unshackle your thinking about time being a line. So, in the case of the 'original' father, Kyle is the original father. Think of time as being rooms in a house. Infinite rooms. You create your own timeline through those rooms by moving from one to another, in doing so you meet other people whose personal timelines cross yours, maybe multiple times. At the moment the human race is moving from one room to another together. We have not yet worked out how to break from that rigidity. If we did chaos as we understand and perceive cRead More

29 More holes than swiss cheese!
Posted on Wednesday June 3, 2009, 20:21 by Sphinx
Thanks largely to SCC - Which I have given up watching - Is the third movie gonna deal with Connor's death then? After all this fuss he dies anyway? One of the many reasons why I don't like T3 - it's a pointless revelation which may or may not be taken into account with a possible threequel Read More

30 RE: RE:
Posted on Wednesday June 3, 2009, 19:02 by simeikle1984
You guys are looking at this fromthe wrong angle. In T1 we learn from Kyle that john gave him the picture of his mother and sent himback in time(because John already knew that Kyle was his father) ergo there never was an "original father" as the original timeline had JC sending back Kyle to be his daddy. John and the resistance new that tampering with time affects the future, they always hoped to avert judgement, however, as I just said, because in the original timeline John was sending back Kyle there was never any way of stopping the machines, just hoping they could either cripple them or make them dumber than a box of rocks to give us a fighting chance, however in every timeline they f**k up so if we have learnt anything from the terminator it's that scientists can't be trusted(neither can army dudes), if you send someone back in time don't give them a picture of your mother, if you travel back in time don't sleep with your own mother(oh wait...wrong film)...um...yeah and never truRead More

31 RE: RE:
Posted on Wednesday June 3, 2009, 14:15 by Jack P
L: grucl Not only did Reese replace John's original father with himself, his travel also jump-started the development of Skynet by leaving the arm and the CPU chip at Cyberdyne. In the original timeline Skynet must have had a different developer or it must at least have taken longer to build it without the hardware from the future. h thats what I thought as well, it would also explain why Judgement Day always seems to "happen"  because if they never kill/stop the origonal creator they'll never avoid Judgement day. (I havn't seen TSCC though so maybe thats a story line) Read More

32 RE: RE:
Posted on Wednesday June 3, 2009, 12:24 by grucl
L: Jack P I've always thought what would make more sense (using the term lightly be if John Connor was fathered by some other guy in the past, this John would grow up to be the hero then send Kyle Reese to look after his mother, Kyle then farthers a child with Sarah. This would'nt be the same child as the "first" John Connor but was named John because Kyle told Sarah that would be his name, then the same events would repeat themselves over again except this time the new John connor would send his father back knowing he had to. ote]   Not only did Reese replace John's original father with himself, his travel also jump-started the development of Skynet by leaving the arm and the CPU chip at Cyberdyne.   In the original timeline Skynet must have had a different developer or it must at least have taken longer to build it without the hardware from the future. Read More

33 brain melt
Posted on Wednesday June 3, 2009, 12:16 by kinkiwizard
Fuck it! i cant get my head round this, Just hope the film is as good as i hope. Read More

34 RE: Terminator Movies Explained in Four Paragraphs
Posted on Wednesday June 3, 2009, 11:50 by Steper1
i think the easiest way to explain it, is that it was fate that john connor would send him back. He knew that in the past kyle was sent back to protect him and father him, so in the future he learns (and knows) that he himself is the one that has to send him back in order for him to survive. remember if skynet hadn't of learnt how to time travel there wouldnt of been a need to do so. But because they did history was changed and whoever john's original father is well is no more. Thats it. You time travel, you fuck up history and mess with peoples heads Read More

35 Terminator Movies Explained in Four Paragraphs
Posted on Wednesday June 3, 2009, 05:24 by newguy
Terminator Movies Explained in Four Paragraphs http://www.movienewz.com/2009/05/24/termina tor-movie-explained-in-four-paragraphs/ Read More

36
Posted on Tuesday June 2, 2009, 22:24 by kenobibax
The John Conner that sent Reese back in time is not the same John Conner we have now, that's how it can happen, because Reese went back and concieved new John messing up the timeline, Sarah never met John's orignal father because of the events of the first film messing up the timeline. Read More

37 RE: RE:
Posted on Tuesday June 2, 2009, 22:14 by Jack P
L: Anduril666 This comes under the same principle that they use to explain time travel on Lost - "Whatever happened, happened". John Connor was born because Kyle Reese (at 2029 John's order/request) traveled back in time to conceive him with Sarah Cannor: this always happened. Even though Connor was born first, Kyle Reese was o end up travelling back in time to concieve him, because if he hadn't then Connor simply would not exist. Does that make sense? sp; I've always thought what would make more sense (using the term lightly be if John Connor was fathered by some other guy in the past, this John would grow up to be the hero then send Kyle Reese to look after his mother, Kyle then farthers a child with Sarah. This would'nt be the same child as the "first" John Connor but was named John because Kyle told Sarah that would be his name, then the same events would repeat themselves over again except this time the new JohRead More

38 By Terminator 10 their will be volumes of this crud!
Posted on Tuesday June 2, 2009, 20:42 by Funk
Lets face facts, the terminator timeline from T3 and through TSCC has been twisted and abused to 'make money' and 'make money and a new creative version'! John Connor was born in the 80s so there should not be TSCC really (ahem very old looking 16yr conner in that one). Read More

39 RE: The Complete Terminator Timeline
Posted on Tuesday June 2, 2009, 18:32 by natman_begins
Oh i see, well it was all so obvious. However did i not see it before? Read More

40
Posted on Tuesday June 2, 2009, 18:15 by nia_redgirl
Im not suprised your heads turned to jelly, my brain hurst just reading it! Read More

41
Posted on Tuesday June 2, 2009, 17:54 by marlo
It's all to do with causal loops and quantum universes (universi?) I think???!!!!! Read More

42
Posted on Tuesday June 2, 2009, 17:25 by Seamie
Where does Captain Planet fit into all of this??! Read More

43 RE:
Posted on Tuesday June 2, 2009, 17:00 by Anduril666
This comes under the same principle that they use to explain time travel on Lost - "Whatever happened, happened". John Connor was born because Kyle Reese (at 2029 John's order/request) traveled back in time to conceive him with Sarah Cannor: this always happened. Even though Connor was born first, Kyle Reese was o end up travelling back in time to concieve him, because if he hadn't then Connor simply would not exist. Does that make sense?   Read More

44
Posted on Tuesday June 2, 2009, 15:59 by Zimbo
I still dont understand how can Kyle Reese be Connor's father....didnt Connor had to be born 1st to grow up and then send Reese back in time to protect his mother... Read More

45
Posted on Tuesday June 2, 2009, 15:53 by sushiguru
<head scratch>Ummm.</head scratch> This probably makes sense to, say, the Wachowski bros, and no-one else. Still - whoever let good reason get in the way of a time-altered storyline. Clearly not the producers of the Terminator franchise... Read More

46 SCC
Posted on Tuesday June 2, 2009, 15:52 by shool
It shows that SCC completely ignores T3 then. Since they have a totally different date for Judgement day and everything. Read More

47
Posted on Tuesday June 2, 2009, 15:48 by Windsmeare
I think, after a few more stories, Judgement day 2 occurs, then Bobby Ewing steps out of the shower and says "Whats Family Guy?" Read More

48 WHAT THE F***!!!!!
Posted on Tuesday June 2, 2009, 15:47 by gavc1978
SURELY THERE HAS TO BE A EASIER WAY TO EXPLAIN THIS???? Read More

49
Posted on Tuesday June 2, 2009, 15:28 by mojokola
Me too Read More

50
Posted on Tuesday June 2, 2009, 15:10 by mojokola
Me too Read More

51 I am so confused.
Posted on Tuesday June 2, 2009, 15:04 by fuzzcaminski
My brain realy hurts now Read More

52
Posted on Tuesday June 2, 2009, 15:00 by droo_face
Well, this makes sense I suppose Read More


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