Bankruptcy: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)

18 Th04, 2021
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John Oliver details why people file for bankruptcy, how needlessly difficult the process can be, and the ways we can better serve people struggling with debt.
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  • hey writers, excellent pull from Magnolia. Thanks.

    d franklind franklin2 giờ trước
  • That 'hot dog raccoon " clip may not have been the part that informed us of how broken the system is but it was the part that gave me a glimmer of hope for humanity.

    NyJoanzyNyJoanzy4 giờ trước
  • Goes to school. Fail miserably. Get a schizophrenia diagnosis. Guess I'll die.

    Argos FeArgos Fe7 giờ trước
  • If student loans were market-based then I COULD get behind having borrowers declare bankruptcy if they can't pay them back. So someone who took a student loan out to study art history would have to pay higher interest because there was more chance they would default... so the risk of defaulting is baked into the cake... the price of the loan. And someone who took stem would have a lower interest rate.

    Katherine HancocksKatherine Hancocks8 giờ trước
  • I have to stop thinking

    Katherine HancocksKatherine Hancocks8 giờ trước
  • The thing is John. Everyone has to have it as their GOAL to do what they reasonably can to be a contributing member of society. I understand not everyone is going to do that. Now if I invest in the "John Oliver comedy Factory"... you have a fiduciary responsibility to me as a shareholder... ...But I MAY LOSE ALL MY MONEY because I made a bad investment... I MUST TAKE SOME RESPONSIBILITY. Free market lenders MUST TAKE SOME RESPONSIBILITY for Lending to high-risk individuals knowing there is a higher chance it MAY NOT BE PAYED BACK. If I have bad credit so I get a high-interest credit card and I end up paying for some of the irresponsible people who didn't pay off their credit cards.... the people who do not pay off their credit cards are not takers anymore than you are a taker because you blew all my money in a bad investment. Education Loans secured by government are a little different... They are essentially charity not based on Market risk. If a person is a contributing member of society they will pay their debts... And especially the ones that are loan without a market incentive. So I actually don't believe student loans should be discharged in bankruptcy... but if someone never earns enough money to pay them off ever... that is okay. Mike Rowe had a video on how people are begging for their student loans to be forgiven... but if a guy takes out a loan to start a construction business he's expected to pay it off.

    Katherine HancocksKatherine Hancocks8 giờ trước
  • If I get my car stolen my insurance may go up. I didn't do anything legally wrong but maybe I should be more responsible. Obviously if I keep parking my car in a bad neighbourhood I have some culpability. Obviously people shouldn't willy-nilly declare bankruptcy. But if I get a high-interest credit card because I have bad credit and I managed to pay everything off and pay the high interest charge. I am paying higher interest because we know some people won't be able to pay their debts. So yes I am paying for some people's irresponsibility. And people who lend money to people with bad credit also have to accept some responsibility. Everybody has to accept responsibility. If you declare bankruptcy you should have bad credit. If you lend to less responsible Borrowers you're taking a risk that you should accountable for. If someone has bad credit they will pay higher interest to pay for the people in that class who don't pay their bills.

    Katherine HancocksKatherine Hancocks8 giờ trước
  • O'Leary just wants bankruptcy to remain a tool used by the rich to avoid debts they could and should pay.

    Freeda PeepleFreeda Peeple9 giờ trước
  • Maybe you should have done a study of how many young people get into trouble using credit cards and the ones that get into trouble because of medical bills. My wife and I have 8 siblinds together, we have 10 nieces and nephews. None of us and our siblings have ever filled for bankruptcy, because when we grew up to the late 1960's and 1970's we did not get a credit card offer in the mail every week. Now you go to college today and you will be signed up right away for the credit card mailing list. Of the 7 nieces and nephews that went to college 4 have had to file for bankruptcy, one two times. All 4 spend more than they bring in each year, they will never learn. Their only hope is that their parent will help them out or die leaving them enough to put off bankruptcy for another 5 years. The 3 niece and nephews that have not file for bankruptcy had student college loans that they have already paid back, the 4 that have filed for bankruptcy had no student college loans because their parent paid for them to have a good old time in college.

    tcwaterdrilltcwaterdrill9 giờ trước
  • Go to college Don't pay your bills Declare Oliver's bankruptcy Enjoy all the benefits from college, assuming you didn't go to modern arts studies. Paid by all the minimum wages workers that have 10% of tax deduced from all their weekly paychecks. Go to twitter and cry me a river as usual.

    Canibal VegetarianoCanibal Vegetariano9 giờ trước
  • I heard $80,000 and I thought "thank God mine isn't as bad! I have hope in paying it"

    Ahmad LAhmad L10 giờ trước
  • HEY! It's James Blackwood, the Raccoon Whisperer!

    Clever Tag HereClever Tag Here12 giờ trước
  • Man, late-stage capitalism is just unambiguously evil. I'm not just learning this, but sometimes I get to forget it.

    Captain DoomsdayCaptain Doomsday13 giờ trước
  • I’m a bit confused. They said they couldn’t afford to file for bankruptcy saying it costs about $1,000. Where is there money going? Are they still paying down credit cards?

    Ryan CourtrightRyan Courtright13 giờ trước
  • The cartoon attorney looks like Harry Potter

    Ryan JamesRyan James14 giờ trước
  • I wish you could do a Canadian bankruptcy version of this episode.

    seeni gztyseeni gzty14 giờ trước
  • Laughable that Americans continue to allow lobbyists and scumbags like Grassley to run your country. No surprise though that he's from Iowa. You had two fantastic candidates that may have finally changed your country for the better (Warren and Sanders), and shocker, they had no chance.

    Karl HungusKarl Hungus19 giờ trước
  • Allowing students to include student loan debt in bankruptcy will only expose the worthlessness of for profit education and majority of accredited universities. We need to do it because the college teacher dream is a lie.

    Aw DamnAw Damn20 giờ trước
    • Honestly, education should be funded by the state. It's enormously inefficient that the only way for poor people to get educated is to excel despite the odds being stacked against them (as they also often are less able to study, do school work, have other shit in their lives that leaves them less able to focus on school anyway).

      seigeengineseigeengine19 giờ trước
  • File bankruptcy and you are a loser. Do it multiple times and fail at a casino, all of a sudden you are deemed presidential material.

    Aw DamnAw Damn20 giờ trước
    • Oh hell Kevin O'Leary is such a POS.

      seeni gztyseeni gzty14 giờ trước
  • Personal Finance should be taught in school

    DrX_1030DrX_1030Ngày trước
  • Hi... what is that top left picture of what John Oliver has bought and can i have a link/description of the story cause there is some context needed there.

    alexandru turcanualexandru turcanuNgày trước
  • We shouldn't be talking about bankruptcy due to medical debt we should be fixing the medical system. Some of the medical charges are just ridiculous stupid and insurance should be better.

    Minox KnoctisMinox KnoctisNgày trước
  • I don’t think student debt should be included, maybe a portion of it. No one but you decided to take on that debt and then didn’t get a job to pay it.

    Thor CainThor CainNgày trước
    • By that reasoning, you should be against all non-medical bankruptcy. Nobody but you decided to take on any debt except medical debt, which can occur regardless of your choices.

      seigeengineseigeengine19 giờ trước
  • The silence that follows John's jokes make them that much funnier

    bocoy noiubocoy noiuNgày trước
  • Thanks Oliver, and I totally agree to all u said. Some people just have poor spending habits though. I don't feel sorry people who suffer for poor spending habits. ( Leaving beyond their means)

    cave leecave leeNgày trước
  • Yo @sanjosesharks & @evanderkane_9 take some notes

    GaryGaryNgày trước
  • Wait a second, you can buy a full house in Indianapolis for $80,000?! Like an actual house?

    Ismael Bandekhodaei DiazyIsmael Bandekhodaei DiazyNgày trước
    • I dunno, maybe? House prices vary widely depending on where you live. You can buy entire mansions for the same price that'll get you a small starter home in a big city.

      seigeengineseigeengine19 giờ trước
    • Did O'Leary and his wife seriously injure and kill people with intoxicated boating?

      bocoy noiubocoy noiuNgày trước
  • john oliver - left wing piss ant with loads of property investments in working class suburbs.

    Carl ListerCarl ListerNgày trước
  • If your getting a degree that doesn’t pay enough to pay the loans off you shouldn’t get the loan.

    Bryan MitchellBryan MitchellNgày trước
    • Or, alternatively, people make wrong decisions, or they just can't get a job in their field, or whatever else. Education should be funded by the state anyway. It is enormously inefficient that those set up to have the hardest time getting educated then are required to excel in order to have a shot at getting higher education.

      seigeengineseigeengine19 giờ trước
  • I heard they are adding Hercules to the Marvel movies. I think John Oliver would be the best Hercules I mean look at those boulder shoulders. Clearly the perfect choice for a jacked superhero.

    Logan RollsLogan RollsNgày trước
  • We respond to John Oliver: viworld.info/rock/video/2Kiqy5unx2iZzYE.html

    CC AdvisingCC AdvisingNgày trước
    • This comment is basically just advertising, with the video pretending to be upset about pretending various statements were specifically about their company, when they blatantly were not. Just in case anyone got curious seeing this comment.

      seigeengineseigeengine17 giờ trước
  • UGHHH WHY DOES THIS SHOW SUCK THIS YEAR!?? I love John Oliver. Who's writing this shit now?

    Darcy LaneDarcy LaneNgày trước
  • $3000 all day at a minimum.

    Michelle RockhillMichelle RockhillNgày trước
  • Oh hell Kevin O'Leary is such a POS.

    T jepT jepNgày trước
  • When I got married to a Canadian, I discovered my credit history had not traveled with me to Canada. Clean slate! For awhile, student loan creditors were calling me to threaten lawsuits but since it would cost more than my loans value to pursue, that's not gonna happen.

    Toni GlickToni GlickNgày trước
  • Yup socialism for the rich , Capitalism for the poor

    automotiveautomotiveNgày trước
  • 6:00 "Banks are giving out credit with a reckless disregard for the consumer's ability to repay". This is precisely what the banks did in 1928. A little less than a year later on Oct 24 1929 the 2nd greatest economic crash in modern history occurred. It happened again in 1987 (3rd largest) and again in 2008 (largest). It happens every single time regulations on financial institutions are reduced. We must understand that financial institutions are not out for our best interests. We have to become smarter people. I've been saying this for years: Math class should be about money. I have never used trigonometry or calculus in my life since high school.

    Curtis JohnstonCurtis JohnstonNgày trước
  • Are you proposing bat celibacy?

    Sean WebbSean WebbNgày trước
  • I’ve always thought it was called chapter 11!? Maybe for business?

    Alex BatistaAlex BatistaNgày trước
    • There's six different ones.

      seigeengineseigeengineNgày trước
  • Todd and Allison still shop at Whole Foods.

    Sean WebbSean WebbNgày trước
  • Is there a link for the leather thong? Asking for a friend.

    Sean WebbSean WebbNgày trước
    • @seigeengine Watch the video.

      Sean WebbSean WebbNgày trước
    • wtf are you talking about?

      seigeengineseigeengineNgày trước
  • Did O'Leary and his wife seriously injure and kill people with intoxicated boating?

    Sean WebbSean WebbNgày trước
  • It's not the "best" choice....It's Spacer's Choice!

    NiftySquaresNiftySquaresNgày trước
  • There is one thing I genuinely don't get about crippling student loan. Why not say fuck it and emigrate to Europe, Canada, Japan, Australia or New Zealand? There are plenty of countries out there with similar (if not better) standard of living than US and all of them will gladly welcome English speaking, well educated worker. Sure, your debt in US would continue to grow at infinity, but that is only an issue if you want to work or own property in US. It would not stop you from visiting your friends & family, or even working remotely. Also, there is a good chance that there will be debt forgiveness program coming in upcoming decades.

    borek772borek772Ngày trước
  • I'm a little bit with Biden here when he de facto admits that the system is completely broken but bankruptcy isn't the solution. A bankruptcy system can only work if it is quite unlikely to get bankrupt. If everyone with a high student debt could apply for bankruptcy, the system would be turned ad absurdum. So I'm afraid that America must take the unpleasant route. First, fix your healthcare system. Second, fix your education system. Third, fix your bankruptcy system.

    ceroceroNgày trước
  • here lets make it harder for you to use that rather than work on what brought you to it"

    sehhi vootysehhi vootyNgày trước
  • Going bankrupt for bad financial decisions ( like going on a Caribbean vacation on a credit card while not having a decent job) isn’t immoral. Going bankrupt for medical reasons like cancer, shame on the system…

    Pedro RamosPedro RamosNgày trước
  • Wait til Biden's insane spending wipes out everyone's savings with inflation and makes it impossible to buy a home or anything else. THEN watch the bankruptcies roll in, while REITs and VC firms buy up all the residential real estate. Its already started.

    Joe MericaJoe MericaNgày trước
    • @seigeengine You must be very clever. You actually believe that printing trillions of dollars won't cause inflation, that such thoughts are wild conjecture. It only happens every time governments do this. Have you tried buying anything recently? Wood , gas, food for example? You probably don't read much, since you already know everything but just in case: www.marketwatch.com/story/time-to-buckle-up-as-inflation-mentions-soar-during-earnings-calls-bofa-warns-11619461641

      Joe MericaJoe Merica23 giờ trước
    • @Joe Merica I don't need to rebuttal wild (and dumb) conjecture.

      seigeengineseigeengineNgày trước
    • @seigeengine Brilliant rebuttal.

      Joe MericaJoe MericaNgày trước
    • Stop screeching.

      seigeengineseigeengineNgày trước
  • In America most bankruptcies are medical and happen after someone has retired from earning, maybe because of age or health, and more dependant on a system which is set up to pillage your golden years rather than eaze you through them. ... And more and more suicides can be linked to demoralizing bankruptcy laws.

    bassmickeydbassmickeydNgày trước
    • ,

      sehhi vootysehhi vootyNgày trước
  • do you struggle this hard when you have your wife in bed?

    Iwont RememberIwont Remember2 ngày trước
  • This is why I was against Biden originally, his Bankruptcy Law. It was written by MNSB of Delaware .

    Alice PuttAlice Putt2 ngày trước
  • The bankruptcy laws left the loopholes for billionaires like Trump who has used it numerous times but stopped it for poor people who really needed it. Particularly medical and student debt.

    Alice PuttAlice Putt2 ngày trước
    • That's really oversimplifying it, but okay.

      seigeengineseigeengineNgày trước
  • the united states is an elitist shit hole where the rich get richer off the suffering of people left out to die once they're used up. the nation as a whole deserves to go under and be absorbed by Canada and Mexico, at least that way the people will have some protection from the actions of the politicians that are in the pockets of the corporations and no none of us are fooled.

    generalnawakigeneralnawaki2 ngày trước
  • CRA seized my account and took my welfare check and I couldn’t even afford to eat let alone pay for bankruptcy.

    Kenneth CochraneKenneth Cochrane2 ngày trước
  • The credit card companies are the banks, institutions that never lose money. They give almost nothing for our bank accounts but soak us with loans and interest rates. The banks are not your friends. The evil of compound interest that the banks so much enjoy should be condemned and outlawed. The best solution is not use credit cards at all but if you have to use the card make sure you pay it off at the end of the month. Don't give the banks that interest cash!

    Lord of DunveganLord of Dunvegan2 ngày trước
  • bluntly CRIME PAYS it pay well ..

    900fps 900fps900fps 900fps2 ngày trước
  • That man feeding the hot dogs to the raccoons looked so happy! Also, it's ridiculous people have to pay for bankruptcy. I think Warren's bill sounds great-- better than what we have going on right now. I believe the stigma around bankruptcy stems from the belief we shouldn't get help from the government. So to combat the stigma around bankruptcy, we need to accept that it's okay to get help. Sadly, not everyone has done that yet, and even I have to remind myself I need help sometimes, but if we confront the stereotypes, we can change more people's minds.

    Katarina CarricoKatarina Carrico2 ngày trước
  • how is divorce caused by bad luck? can somebody who hasn't been married get divorced? you choose to get married. you risk divorce by choosing to get married. It's going to be your responsibility/fault if you get divorced

    PG Plays Video GamesPG Plays Video Games2 ngày trước
  • Why am I *just now* hearing about Chicken Fries?!

    Tim SchmidtTim Schmidt2 ngày trước
  • I don't think I enjoy watching any VIworld videos more than John Oliver's. Straight to the core of the matter and *_uncensored._*

    Warren NZWarren NZ2 ngày trước
  • I absolutely LOVE the Magnolia ref!

    Nathan DaggettNathan Daggett2 ngày trước
  • Hey Jon, do a story on Australian immigration detention facilities. Thanks.

    Will HullWill Hull2 ngày trước
  • How can you have a master's from NYU and still be ignorant to the fact that student debt can not be cleared through filing for bankruptcy? What kind of education are they providing that teaches people to be recklessly uninformed?

    kazuya99acekazuya99ace2 ngày trước
    • The trouble with not knowing you don't know something is you don't know you don't know it to know you need to find out about it.

      seigeengineseigeengineNgày trước
  • ,

    Plant Lady 666Plant Lady 6662 ngày trước
  • You should talk about electrial injury, an invisible iceberg injury. I can connect you with the only two hospitals in North America that research and treat it. I'm considering a consumer proposal even after having a diagnosis from a man ranked #2 in the world in this Injury. No help even in Canada.

    J KnollJ Knoll2 ngày trước
  • Referring to the...he just filed for bankruptcy then was sent a credit card scenario. there was a news story about a Convicted Paedophile who just got out of prison received info he didn't ask for on becoming a Boy Scout Leader .

    shydreamguy wantsaboyfriendshydreamguy wantsaboyfriend2 ngày trước
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    • Lovev's life true love Never die I know a great and powerful healer that can get back your ex or crua without delay Just forever within 48hours he helped me too immediately

      haladu abubakarhaladu abubakar2 ngày trước
  • Kevin would rather have a wife that murders people with their boat while half in the bag, than invest with someone who’s declared bankruptcy..

    leaf16nutleaf16nut2 ngày trước
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  • people feel when the credit card offers roll in: desperately confused.

    Rock girlRock girl2 ngày trước
  • Student loans. It needs to be eligible.

    L AlexanderL Alexander2 ngày trước
  • Oh, so "The uploader has made the video unavaiable in your country?" Well, unsubscribe is the thing to do, then.... Fuck you very much, HBO....

    MrBusDrivrMrBusDrivr2 ngày trước
  • Honestly couldn't relate to the student debt, Canada for a bachelors degree in Ottawa its about 40k, 10k ishh a year if you live with parents. OSAP essentially gives it all to you, and 4k is a bursary. They have found some decent stats that showed for every dollar spent they get n more dollars back into the economy, when tax money pays for higher education. As much as the gov here is slow gotta appreciate what you have sometimes.

    Thorsanvil PeterThorsanvil Peter2 ngày trước
    • Your show is depressing. Still funny but not in a fun way.

      Rock girlRock girl2 ngày trước
  • Also, Kevin and his wife on a boat in the Muskokas in the dark of night...

    Barb WattsBarb Watts2 ngày trước
  • 20:41 me after being vaccinated against rabies

    Seriöser TypSeriöser Typ2 ngày trước
  • GO BACK TO BRITAN

    Micah BellMicah Bell2 ngày trước
  • Thanks for the reminder of how then Senator Joe Biden helped strip bankruptcy protection from millions just before a recession by championing the 2005 bankruptcy bill to keep the credit card industry happy in his home state of Delaware.

    Yvonne YorkYvonne York3 ngày trước
  • John ended this segment so fast; it felt like if he didn’t leave then, they’d lock him in the void for the week.

    Shauka HodanShauka Hodan3 ngày trước
  • The fact that you go after Biden for his past voting record is why I trust you John. - Sincerely, the actual left.

    psshht ya okpsshht ya ok3 ngày trước
    • He's honestly being kind of misleading about it, but good enough for a pass.

      seigeengineseigeengineNgày trước
  • John oliver with his contents who always show me how my naive childhood aspiration to be born in USA is actually a financial living hellhole for anyone except the richest where the american dream is the cruelest irony

    Frederick SetjadiningratFrederick Setjadiningrat3 ngày trước
  • Liz Warren has the right idea. We need a socioeconomic system that doesn't entice folks to risk excessive buying on credit.

    J. O. QuantamanJ. O. Quantaman3 ngày trước
    • Maybe you need a degree in something useful and not global affairs

      Shauka HodanShauka Hodan3 ngày trước
  • I went to a community legal aide organization. I brought my case to them and they put me in contact with a lawyer who took my case pro bono and they only made me pay $350 for the financial courses. I am still thankful for their help.

    Lauren HolmLauren Holm3 ngày trước
  • most people have experienced somekind of debt before building their wealth

    Angela KournikovaAngela Kournikova3 ngày trước
  • April 2020 "I know its weird having this void background but due to the Covid-19 pandemic we have been forced to move out of our studio" April 2021 "hey get the fuck out of my void. It belongs to me"

    Jesse WardJesse Ward3 ngày trước
  • Why would I want to be trapped in a White Void for half an hour with John Oliver? ...Yet I watched the whole episode....

    peter borelpeter borel3 ngày trước
  • I am so happy to not live in america

    Jacques LapierreJacques Lapierre3 ngày trước
  • I'm Canadian and any other Canadians were getting war flashbacks from the horrors when Kevin O'Leary tried to run for the national leadership of the Conservative Party as a Trump like candidate and it looked like he might've gotten it if he didn't drop out? Also, my mom went bankrupt when I was 2 in 1996 when my dad took everything from her and she still doesn't have the credit to get a mortgage for a house. But for the most part she's recovered well and her credit score is okay.

    JustinJustin3 ngày trước
  • Your show is depressing. Still funny but not in a fun way.

    Thomas McQueenThomas McQueen3 ngày trước
  • Yeah....I do this for a living and this being the only episode topic I have a deep understanding of. I'm wondering how widely inaccurate the rest of the topics they cover are.

    0H33530H33533 ngày trước
  • Please do a show on Steven Donziger, at best before his case on May 10th. Please?

    Simon SievertsSimon Sieverts3 ngày trước
  • His voice makes me super depressed it's disgusting!

    radomirradomir3 ngày trước
  • Poverty is often caused by bad conditions, not bad decisions

    The Big Red LeafThe Big Red Leaf3 ngày trước
  • Five names on my free past list: 5. Wolf Plate 4. Toucan Sticker 3. John Cena 2. Adam Driver 1. *THAT HORSE*

    Ethan DingEthan Ding3 ngày trước
  • I will say that the Credit Counseling Course I sought out (not required to take) was extremely helpful. They got my payments down to a single, manageable monthly payment, they provided me the actual TEXT BOOK (minus cost of s&h) and I learned a duck-ton of info on credit cards, credit scores, student loans, personal loans, and even things that as a millennial I have no interest in like mortgages. Then when I completed the course I kept my payments, they got two of my creditors to discharge my debt completely, added a note to my report that I passed the course and I am now well on my way to rebuilding my score. Last but not least Elizabeth Warren had my vote before she ran for any office. I was ecstatic when she became one of my Senators and over-joyed when she decided to run for President. I saw her in the documentary "Maxed Out" as the Harvard Law Professor and she instantly won me over. I have been following her ever since.

    Jim MulvaneyJim Mulvaney3 ngày trước
  • “Get the fuck out of my void” 😂

    Mylisa MMylisa M3 ngày trước
  • Maybe you need a degree in something useful and not global affairs

    J DJ D3 ngày trước
    • Or just a useful skill.

      DewaldtDewaldt3 ngày trước
  • i find it funny how so many people in politices make the statement "so your asking the people to pay it for you." well... essentially yes! BECAUSE THE SYSTEM IS BROKEN AND WONT HELP ME!!! if the system wasnt broken, i wouldnt have to ask my fellow citizens. (refering to the responce biden gave 17:20)

    Cody MuñozCody Muñoz3 ngày trước
  • Such a good video (as always!) just sad you didn’t credit “James Blackwood Racoon” for the amazing Racoon videos!

    Josh GummettJosh Gummett3 ngày trước
  • John Oliver is a puppet of Big Pharma.

    talktometzgertalktometzger3 ngày trước
  • I wish my credit card had Snoopy on it

    Christopher CaumeChristopher Caume3 ngày trước
  • Loveya John... I'm curious to know what percentage of bankruptcies are people just being irresponsible? Because it seems to me that when we think of people claiming bankruptcy we tend to think of people being irresponsible. Lucky for me I live in Canada where we don't have to worry so much about medical bills.

    netnaimonetnaimo3 ngày trước
  • Once again you’ve put done your self and I loved the cartoon great job John! 👍⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

    Brazylilionare Woods brazylBrazylilionare Woods brazyl3 ngày trước
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