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Question by NICK
Submitted on 2/3/2004
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THE OTHER DAY ON AN OLDER SHOW STEVE IRWIN REFERED TO A WOMANS PRIVATE PART USING A COMMON WORD USED IN USA.WHAT WAS THE WORD?


Answer by CC
Submitted on 8/10/2004
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I love Steve Irwin

 

Answer by Paul Poehling
Submitted on 5/18/2006
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I WANTED TO KNOW what Steve thinks about the problem in Florida with three people being killed by alligators in one week And also want to know your thoughts on the way they are treating the alligators that their catching. The people catching the alligators in my opinion I think they are killing any gator they find.

 

Answer by Baz
Submitted on 9/6/2006
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  Bush

 

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