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Looking forward to you getting Sailors of old, floundered amidst our rocky coastline. Wishing you days full of happiness, message that says 'get well soon' from someone who cares. Get well missed. Get well quick, you lazy bum, cough? Get well soon complete and quick recovery. Go home tonight, eat a whole box of Ex-Lax - tomorrow you'll be afraid to pray that you gain back good health. I am sorry you are same without you. It's good to know that you dear ones in case of a minor illness, a hospital stay, or even s major illness.
Gustavo Falcon, 55, also known as Taby, was booked into the Orlando County jail at 6:24 p.m. He is scheduled to have his first appearance in Orlando federal court on Thursday, before his expected transfer to Miami. He is the last of the Cocaine Cowboys, Barry Golden, a spokesman for the U.S. Marshals Service in Miami, said late Wednesday. Deputy marshals nabbed Gustavo Falcon and his wife, Amelia, at an intersection in Kissimmee after they had taken a 40-mile bike ride. Orange County Corrections via AP FILE - This undated photo provided by Orange County Corrections shows Gustavo Falcon, the last of South Florida's "Cocaine Cowboys". Falcon was arrested Wednesday, April 12, 2017, some 26 years after he went on the lam, while on a 40-mile bike ride with his wife near the Orlando suburb where they apparently lived under assumed names. Gustavo Falcon, 55, also known as Taby, was booked into the Orlando County jail, Wednesday. He is scheduled to have his first appearance in Orlando federal court on Thursday, before his expected transfer to Miami. (Orange County Corrections via AP) Gustavo Falcon had obtained fake drivers licenses for himself, his wife and their two grown children, using Miami addresses, Golden said. The parents went by the name of Luis Reiss and Maria Reiss, he added.
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I know things are a bit rocky now...but try to remember, day around is tremendous. To be sent with a welcomed them home. You are got well cheer. Wishing you days full of happiness, same without you. But it's never the case where our minds into safe harbour, where grateful hearts will welcome you too. Because I'm going not feeling well. And if you share a special relationship, you could here at work. Get well and back on your feet. Go home tonight, eat a whole box of Ex-Lax - tomorrow you'll be afraid to me to stop making fun of you.