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Saudi Arabia wants to buy tons of American natural gas

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Saudi Arabia has placed a huge bet on American natural gas.

In a sign of shifting energy fortunes, Saudi Aramco announced a mega preliminary agreement on Wednesday to buy 5 million tons of liquefied natural gas per year from a Port Arthur, Texas export project that’s under development.
If completed, the purchase from San Diego-based Sempra Energy (SRE) would be one of the largest LNG deals ever signed, according to consulting firm Wood Mackenzie.
Aramco, Saudi Arabia’s crown jewel, would also inject a cash infusion into the Port Arthur development in exchange for a 25% stake.
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“This is a major statement about the Saudis entering the LNG market and about how price competitive the outlook is for US gas,” said Ira Joseph, head of gas and power at S&P Global Platts.
Although the agreement calls for Saudi Arabia to purchase LNG from the United States, Joseph said it’s unlikely the fuel would end up being used to meet the kingdom’s vast electricity needs. More likely, Aramco will try to sign up buyers in South America and Europe for the LNG.
“We expect Saudi Aramco will use this volume to establish a global portfolio as it seeks to become a global gas player,” Giles Farrer, Wood Mackenzie’s research director, wrote in a report.

Saudi investment offsets trade war headaches

Aramco is the world’s largest oil company and owns America’s largest refinery, which is also located in Port Arthur. But Aramco is just beginning to build its LNG footprint.
“We see significant opportunities in this market and we will continue to pursue strategic partnerships which enable us to meet rising global demand for LNG,” Amin Nasser, Aramco’s CEO, said in a statement.
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The shale revolution has made the United States the world’s largest producer of natural gas, a title it’s held since 2009 after surpassing Russia.
There’s so much natural gas that much of it is being turned into LNG, a super-cooled form of the fuel that it can be transported by ship overseas. China and other developing nations have turned to LNG as a cleaner alternative to coal.
The support from deep-pocketed Saudi Arabia could offset trade war headwinds facing America’s US LNG industry.
But US-China and US-Saudi relations are tense.
China imposed a 10% tariff on US LNG in September. Earlier this month, China retaliated against new US tariffs by raising the duties on LNG to 25%. US oil, on the other hand, has been spared China’s tariff wrath — for now at least.
The Saudi Arabian government has been accused of ordering the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, and its conflict with Yemen has been condemned by the US Congress. Sempra other companies doing business with Saudi Arabia faces a risk of criticism.
Sempra did not respond to a request for comment about concerns over its partnership with Saudi Arabia.

State oil companies hedge their portfolios

Foreign oil companies are helping to accelerate America’s transformation into an LNG powerhouse.
ExxonMobil (XOM) has partnered with Qatar’s state oil company on Golden Pass LNG, an export project located in Sabine Pass, Texas. The $10 billion project, scheduled for completion in 2024, is expected to have the ability to eventually export about 16 million tons of LNG a year.
The deals are further evidence of OPEC nations trying to hedge their bets due in part to rising concerns about climate change.
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“As the energy transition intensifies,” Farrer said, oil-focused national oil companies are “diversifying their exposure away from oil and into gas and LNG.”
Farrer said Aramco has also been rumored to be interested in LNG deals in Australia, Arctic Russia and other major markets.
For Sempra, the Aramco deal is likely to increase confidence around the Port Arthur project, which is one of five LNG developments the company is working on in North America.
Wood Mackenzie said the Port Arthur project now likely has enough export volume under contract to secure debt financing. A final investment decision could be reached by the end of 2019 or early 2020.
CNN


33 Comments on "Saudi Arabia wants to buy tons of American natural gas"

  1. Anonymouse on Wed, 22nd May 2019 8:59 pm 

    Yea, Complete Nonsense Network. Because it makes perfect sense for Saudi Jewrabia to import millions of tons of otherwise un-sellable and environmentally ruinous uS frak gas that requires shipping it 1/2 way around the world* from a place about as far away from SA as you could get. Or close to.

    *The act of transporting that crap alone will just add more fuel to the climate-change fire.

    Instead of you know, buying it from neighbors who are literally next door to SA, and many of whom are probably currently flaring off enough NG to fill SA needs easily.

    Amerikans and their towel-head puppets. Dumber than rocks. Truly.

  2. Robert Inget on Thu, 23rd May 2019 8:33 am 

    Saudis have been flaring gas for at least fifty years.

    https://www.google.com/search?q=Images+of+Saudi+Arabia+flaring+gas&tbm=isch&source=univ&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjKh9X73bHiAhVCqZ4KHUHrBBAQ7Al6BAgJEA8&biw=1280&bih=612

    Now, suddenly, KSA has a gas shortage.
    ‘Anyone?’
    ‘You, in the back of the room’.

    I’ll posit US shale deposits are in the process of
    “gassing-out”. I wrote about this yesterday.
    IOW’s shale gas will still be viable for decades while oil is quickly petering out. (conventional oil wells deplete between 2% and 5% yearly.
    Tight shale oil, up to 70% per year)
    Gassing means the percentage of oil drops while gases increase.

    (because of pipeline shortages most US shale NG is currently being flared)

    When Saudi water flood wells start producing more water than oil with very little or no gas, the end is nye.

    So, back-room guys, tell me another good reason
    why KSA suddenly needs gas?

  3. Robert Inget on Thu, 23rd May 2019 8:40 am 

    The Saudi’s oil production capacity is declining because peak oil is biting Saudi’s oil production capacity. Matthew Simmons was right all along, even if he was early in his prescient call.

    Saudi’s are transitioning their wealth to nat gas with the added benefit of supplying the Saudi’s with energy to run their AC during their brutally hot summers:

    https://www.spglobal.com/platts/en/market-insights/latest-news/natural-gas/052219-aramco-inks-us-lng-purchase-deal-with-sempra?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=realtime&utm_content=lng&utm_term=news&utm_campaign=webed&utm_source=hootsuite&utm_medium=twitter&utm_term=plattslng&utm_content=6e7e301f-a98f-4142-8dcc-1efaf3888bec&utm_campaign=hootsuitepost

  4. Robert Inget on Thu, 23rd May 2019 8:50 am 

    Stolen posts;

    Anadarko and Eagle Ford have definitely gassed out ( the lines are going vertical and no oil production growth is possible anymore), Permian is on the brink of gassing out and the Bakken shows an early bias. Companies have already given up Anadarko an

    For example, the curve for ‘Permian Existing Wells’ shows a production level of just over 4 mmbopd, while the curve for ‘Permian New Wells’ shows just under 4 mmbopd. It would be good to know how the ‘Existing Well’ and ‘New Well’ categories were defined, because it sure looks like the ‘New Wells’ data includes most of the same wells that are included in the ‘Existing Wells’ curve – how else could the ‘New Well’ production be so high?

    Here’s another example: The ‘Permian Existing Wells’ line shows 14 bcf/d of gas coming from ~4.1 mmbopd of oil production, while ‘Permian New Wells’ shows ~7.2 bcf/d from ~3.8 mmbopd. This suggests that roughly 7 bcf/d (14 – 7.2) is attributable to just 0.3 mmbopd (4.1 – 3.8) of oil production, which means a GOR of 23,000 scf/bbl – that’s a gas well.

    One thing that seems clear, though (if the data can be trusted), is that Anadarko’s wells are getting gassy faster than the others shown in the chart (the slope is noticeably steeper).

  5. Robert Inget on Thu, 23rd May 2019 8:55 am 

    Iranian Regime Mouthpiece ‘Kayhan’ Announces A War To Bring Down Saudi Regime And Reduce Saudi Oil Exports To Zero; States: America Has No Desire, Or No Capability, To Support Saudi Arabia And The UAE

    May 22, 2019Special Dispatch No.8082
    Iranian Regime Mouthpiece ‘Kayhan’ Announces A War To Bring Down Saudi Regime And Reduce Saudi Oil Exports To Zero; States: America Has No Desire, Or No Capability, To Support Saudi Arabia And The UAE
    In its May 22, 2019 editorial, by Sa’dollah Zarei, the Iranian regime mouthpiece Kayhan called for destroying the Saudi regime, terming it a “cancerous growth.” Kayhan praised the Iran-backed Shi’ite Houthi Ansar Allah militia’s May 14, 2019 drone attack on the Saudi oil pipeline at Yanbu port. Without explicitly claiming that Iran was responsible for the May 12 attack on the oil tankers at the UAE port of Fujairah, the newspaper clarified that the message conveyed by this attack was harm to the U.S., which it said was responsible for security at the port and for the export of oil from it.

    The newspaper underlined that Iran had learned, from the U.S.’s failure to respond to the attacks on Saudi Arabia and on the UAE, that the U.S. has no desire, or no capability, to support these two countries, and that Iran can therefore continue to instruct the Houthis to escalate and expand its attacks on targets in Saudi Arabia.

    Kayhan warned that the Houthis intend to extend their attacks in Saudi Arabia to 300 sensitive sites and military installations in the country, using suicide bomb-drones, with the aim of reducing Saudi oil exports to zero – as Iranian officials recently promised would happen (see MEMRI Inquiry and Analysis No. 1452, How Will Iran Prevent The Export Of Oil From The Persian Gulf To World Markets? May 6, 2019, and MEMRI Special Dispatch No. 8062, Editors Of Iranian IRGC-Affiliated Newspapers: Iran Is Behind Fujairah And Yanbu Attacks; Possibility Of Additional Attacks In Red Sea, Golan Heights, May 14, 2019).

    The regime mouthpiece also warned of future operations by the Iran-backed Houthi militia, saying that it was capable of launching an attack on the Saudi capital Riyadh with the aim of bringing down the Saudi regime that, Kayhan claimed, funds the U.S. military policy that aims to take control of the region.

    The following are the main points of the editorial:

    “…The Yemenis [i.e. the Houthis] have announced an attack on sensitive Saudi points deep in Saudi Arabia, [and this] is a new, serious agenda. They say publicly that they intend to expand the [attacks they carried out] from [the two so far] on the two Saudi ports that are 800 and 850 kilometers [respectively] from Yemen’s northern border, to [attacks on] no fewer than 300 military and other vital targets in Saudi Arabia.

    “In this situation, two points should be noted. First, the Yemeni drones – that fly at low altitude and at the same time trace a long path without being identified and without running out of fuel on this long route – remind Saudi Arabia that the Yemenis have attained a new opportunity and that they are indeed capable of reducing Saudi oil exports to zero.

    “In effect, the drones, that can carry missiles and also conserve fuel [so they can complete their mission], and are capable of firing accurately at two Saudi oil [pumping] stations in two ports on the northern Red Sea, have become a nightmare for the leaders of America, Israel, and Saudi Arabia. This was noted by the UAE foreign minister, who said that [these capabilities] are a dangerous development in the Yemen war and more generally in the conflicts in the region…

    “The second [point] is that Ansar Allah’s [i.e. the Houthis’] attack drones that struck [the oil pumping stations in] Dawadmi and Qatif [sic, in Saudi Arabia, on May 14] can launch a war against Riyadh, because the distance between the two cities is no greater than 230 and 390 kilometers, and the drone campaigns of the Ninth of Ramadan [i.e. May 14, 2019] can operate [also] against Riyadh in the near future…

    “The destructive lightning strike on Fujairah port reminded this state’s [i.e. the UAE’s] top officials, and America, which is responsible for defending this port, and its partner the UAE that exports oil from the port, of the great dangers of continuing the Yemen war …

    “The [Ansar Allah] operations in south Yemen and against the southern districts of Saudi Arabia are considered a strategic development. These operations have shown that Ansar Allah entered into a round of attacks following defensive operations aimed at destroying the Saudi aerial and ground attacks in northern Yemen. Besides that, these operations attest to the failure of the Saudi coalition’s military operations in Yemen, and also show that Ansar Allah has the upper hand in this war…

    “The passivity of America and of its military apparatus [in response] to the [May] operations at Fujairah and in northwest Saudi Arabia attest to the fact that America cannot defend these two countries [Saudi Arabia and the UAE] and their policy, or that it does not want to continue supporting [them] futilely. In any event, the conditions for continuing this activity will become more complicated for the UAE and Saudi Arabia.

    “Now is the chance to nullify the fantastical statement by [U.S. President] Donald Trump that ‘it is because of our support that Saudi Arabia and the UAE are standing on their feet.’ Everyone must know that America’s support cannot guarantee the life of illegitimate and aggressive regimes.

    “Now is the time for the relentless attacks [by Ansar Allah], aimed at uprooting the evil Saudi regime from the arena, to continue. Most important is that the financial resource of America’s military and controlling policy in the region [i.e. Saudi Arabia] be destroyed.

    “Today, this is not only Iran’s request; it is a request that has the support of all the nations of the region and most of their governments, whether openly or in secret.

    “The Saudi operations over the recent years show that [this country] is the source of producing takfiri terrorists, and a source of securing funds for the Western terrorists. This is why Saudi Arabia is today the most hated [entity] in the region, both religiously and politically, after the Zionist regime.

    “Saudi Arabia cannot be fixed because of its tafkiri ideology and its strong dependence on America. Therefore, there must be surgery in our Islamic region to remove this cancerous growth [Saudi Arabia] from it.”[1]

    [1] Kayhan (Iran), May 22, 2019.

  6. Duncan Idaho on Thu, 23rd May 2019 9:01 am 

    Monthly National Heat records for yr 2019 thus far =41
    vs
    Monthly National Cold records for yr 2019 thus far = 0

    Catch the theme folks?

  7. Robert Inget on Fri, 24th May 2019 5:09 pm 

    If interested, More on ‘gassing out’ of US shale.
    As we grow more dependent on distillates there will come a time when we just admit as much.

    At this time there are fewer than a dozen electric semis, a few hundred CNG semis in service.

    Again, ya just can’t make diesel, jet fuel, economically with tight shale condensate.

    Farmers haven’t bought major diesel as yet.
    Many fields remain flooded. (soy) bean prices
    below production cost. In some cases farmers are stuck with last year’s crops in storage.

    corn delayed as well;
    https://www.cnbc.com/2019/05/24/reuters-america-grains-corn-set-for-2nd-week-of-gains-on-u-s-planting-delays.html

    There will be bankruptcies as result of Trump’s ‘war on trade’. Lots of em. We can’t blame Trump for swine flu in China or Mid West flooding.
    We can blame Our Dear Leader for being a jerk over climate change.

    Here’s exact example, is is liquid gas or what?

    https://www.energyaspects.com/content/us-crude-growth-swinging-heavily-toward-50-api-refiners-raise-quality-concerns

  8. Davy on Fri, 24th May 2019 5:37 pm 

    Robert Inget on Sat, 6th Apr 2019 3:00 pm

    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-oil-condensate/u-s-oil-industrys-billion-dollar-question-what-is-condensate-idUSKCN0HX0BU20141008
    What is the meaning of crude condensate?
    A crude condensate is a very light crude oil. Crude condensate occurs like any other crude oil it is so light it is almost like it has been already partially distilled and striped from its heavy parts. It can be challenging for certain refinery to use as such because the distillation curve is too much skewed toward the light ends. It can also be used as petrochemical splitter feedstock.
    It’s true I’m confused. (too)
    I knew at once, when Trump openly went to war on Venezuela’s heavy, oil was going to go thru $60 like a fart through Spandex.
    Most folks (including Dave) just don’t get it.
    Exxon’s Gulf refineries are tuned for Venezuelan
    crude. There is a substitute from a so far friendly nation, Canada. Oil Sands or tar sands if you will
    yields a heavy oil like that of VZ’s Orinoco Valley.
    Why ‘most folks’?
    1) Libya (where all the new fighting aroused oil traders) in light oil. NOT from bitumen.
    2) Saudi Arabia may be maxed out until new tech permits greater production.
    3) That XL pipeline from Mid US to those Gulf refineries yet to get final digging papers.
    IOW’s, SU, CNQ, USA, etc, SOL. No pipelines, no
    heavy crude needed to make vital diesel.
    The reason Keystone was always on ice was because we had a quick, reliable source in Venezuela.
    Suddenly… Trump signs a few permits with questionable validity. Even if digging started
    Monday, XL wouldn’t fill till March 2020.
    I recon problematic trains and trucks may be used.
    IOW’s this ‘shortage’ of heavy oil is NOT for a few days or months but years.
    Today.. Trump ordered all Venezuelan deliveries of oil to Cuba stopped. IOW’s since he didn’t stop Iranian oil?
    Do I need to remind anyone here? What Trump is doing will not go down well with Putin.
    Russia has military personal as well as oil workers
    stationed in VZ. Putin will do what he has to do.
    United States embargo against Cuba – Wikipedia
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_embargo_against_Cuba
    United States embargo against Cuba. Despite the existence of the embargo, the United States is the fifth largest exporter to Cuba (6.6% of Cuba’s imports are from the US). Cuba must, however, pay cash for all imports, as credit is not allowed.
    Cuba was getting deeply discounted crude from VZ in exchange for Medical personal.
    If Cuba is denied 93% of its fuel, Cuba would do what any nation would do. (protect delivery tankers by military means)
    No one can predict how this situation resolves.
    ONLY one thing certain. $100+ oil gets printed
    by July 4th.

  9. Davy on Fri, 24th May 2019 5:41 pm 

    Remember this bob?

    No one can predict how this situation resolves.
    ONLY one thing certain. $100+ oil gets printed
    by July 4th.

    You still certain on this?

  10. Robert Inget on Fri, 24th May 2019 6:52 pm 

    This is a Robert Inget posting

    Davy on Fri, 24th May 2019 5:37 pm

    Robert Inget on Sat, 6th Apr 2019 3:00 pm
    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-oil-condensate/u-s-oil-industrys-billion-dollar-question-what-is-condensate-idUSKCN0HX0BU20141008
    What is the meaning of crude condensate?
    A crude condensate is a very light crude oil. Crude condensate occurs like any other crude oil it is so light it is almost like it has been already partially distilled and striped from its heavy parts. It can be challenging for certain refinery to use as such because the distillation curve is too much skewed toward the light ends. It can also be used as petrochemical splitter feedstock.
    It’s true I’m confused. (too)
    I knew at once, when Trump openly went to war on Venezuela’s heavy, oil was going to go thru $60 like a fart through Spandex.
    Most folks (including Dave) just don’t get it.
    Exxon’s Gulf refineries are tuned for Venezuelan
    crude. There is a substitute from a so far friendly nation, Canada. Oil Sands or tar sands if you will
    yields a heavy oil like that of VZ’s Orinoco Valley.
    Why ‘most folks’?
    1) Libya (where all the new fighting aroused oil traders) in light oil. NOT from bitumen.
    2) Saudi Arabia may be maxed out until new tech permits greater production.
    3) That XL pipeline from Mid US to those Gulf refineries yet to get final digging papers.
    IOW’s, SU, CNQ, USA, etc, SOL. No pipelines, no
    heavy crude needed to make vital diesel.
    The reason Keystone was always on ice was because we had a quick, reliable source in Venezuela.
    Suddenly… Trump signs a few permits with questionable validity. Even if digging started
    Monday, XL wouldn’t fill till March 2020.
    I recon problematic trains and trucks may be used.
    IOW’s this ‘shortage’ of heavy oil is NOT for a few days or months but years.
    Today.. Trump ordered all Venezuelan deliveries of oil to Cuba stopped. IOW’s since he didn’t stop Iranian oil?
    Do I need to remind anyone here? What Trump is doing will not go down well with Putin.
    Russia has military personal as well as oil workers
    stationed in VZ. Putin will do what he has to do.
    United States embargo against Cuba – Wikipedia
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_embargo_against_Cuba
    United States embargo against Cuba. Despite the existence of the embargo, the United States is the fifth largest exporter to Cuba (6.6% of Cuba’s imports are from the US). Cuba must, however, pay cash for all imports, as credit is not allowed.
    Cuba was getting deeply discounted crude from VZ in exchange for Medical personal.
    If Cuba is denied 93% of its fuel, Cuba would do what any nation would do. (protect delivery tankers by military means)
    No one can predict how this situation resolves.
    ONLY one thing certain. $100+ oil gets printed
    by July 4th.

  11. JuanP on Fri, 24th May 2019 6:53 pm 

    This is a juanpee posting

    Davy on Fri, 24th May 2019 5:41 pm

    Remember this bob?
    No one can predict how this situation resolves.
    ONLY one thing certain. $100+ oil gets printed
    by July 4th.
    You still certain on this?

  12. Davy Identity Theft on Fri, 24th May 2019 7:44 pm 

    Robert Inget on Fri, 24th May 2019 6:52 pm

  13. Davy Identity Theft on Fri, 24th May 2019 7:44 pm 

    JuanP on Fri, 24th May 2019 6:53 pm

  14. JuanP on Fri, 24th May 2019 8:51 pm 

    wow, juanpee is getting elaborate with his games. what a waste of time.

  15. Anonymouse on Fri, 24th May 2019 10:02 pm 

    Wouldn’t it be hilarious if demeted Davy actually died of a heart attack or something years ago, and JuanP has been playing him ever since?

    Based on the number of posters here, that are actually ‘JuanP’, which is like 90% of them give or or take, it could well be Davy choked to death on a pork rind years ago and no one was any the wiser when JuanP stepped in to take over for him.

    Except for me. I am a JuanP Associate. That is with a capital “A”, dumbass.

  16. makati1 on Fri, 24th May 2019 10:08 pm 

    Robert, that $100 oil may happen. Six weeks is forever these days. Trump is at war with the whole world and cannot possibly win. Like the gambler who bets the house on the next card and knows all the good cards are already dealt to the other players. A fool by any other name…

  17. Davy Identity Theft on Sat, 25th May 2019 12:12 am 

    JuanP on Fri, 24th May 2019 8:51 pm

  18. Davy on Sat, 25th May 2019 12:20 am 

    “Wouldn’t it be hilarious if demeted Davy actually died of a heart attack or something years ago”

    I’m demented stupid, not demeted.

    dumbass

  19. Anonymouse on Sat, 25th May 2019 12:40 am 

    Ay Caramba!

    I mean, a most unfortunate situation that developed with that N key and its malfunctioning contact.

    dumbass.

  20. Davy on Sat, 25th May 2019 12:51 am 

    So maybe i really do need mental help?

  21. Father Sullivan on Sat, 25th May 2019 12:55 am 

    Yes Davy, you really do need mental help, but we’ve already talked about this many times before, grasshopper.

  22. makati1 on Sat, 25th May 2019 12:58 am 

    Maybe US farmers should switch to rice this year. Not looking good for the corn or soy crops. Profitable harvest down. Bankruptcies/suicides up. And the summer drought has not even begun. Better fill the food pantry before the prices blow up.

  23. Davy on Sat, 25th May 2019 12:59 am 

    I feeling the urge for some huge black ebony cock again Father. What are you doing later tonight?

  24. Cloggie on Sat, 25th May 2019 1:21 am 

    I hope that was directed my way, Davy.

  25. Davy on Sat, 25th May 2019 1:27 am 

    Give me the ebony cock or give me death!!!!

  26. The Church Lady on Sat, 25th May 2019 1:32 am 

    Davy,

    I feel your pain. You do realize that ebony and black are the same or are you trying to add particular emphasis to the type of cock you desire?

    “Put a bag on it and for $10 I’ll sit on it.”

    Enough already with your blasphemous talk.

  27. JuanP on Sat, 25th May 2019 5:44 am 

    JuanP late night drugging and drinking talk

    Davy on Sat, 25th May 2019 12:20 am
    “Wouldn’t it be hilarious if demeted Davy actually died of a heart attack or something years ago”I’m demented stupid, not demeted. dumbass
    Davy on Sat, 25th May 2019 12:51 am So maybe i really do need mental help?
    Father Sullivan on Sat, 25th May 2019 12:55 am Yes Davy, you really do need mental help, but we’ve already talked about this many times before, grasshopper.
    Davy on Sat, 25th May 2019 12:59 am I feeling the urge for some huge black ebony cock again Father. What are you doing later tonight?
    Cloggie on Sat, 25th May 2019 1:21 am I hope that was directed my way, Davy.
    Davy on Sat, 25th May 2019 1:27 am Give me the ebony cock or give me death!!!!
    The Church Lady on Sat, 25th May 2019 1:32 am Davy, I feel your pain. You do realize that ebony and black are the same or are you trying to add particular emphasis to the type of cock you desire? “Put a bag on it and for $10 I’ll sit on it.” Enough already with your blasphemous talk.

  28. Stalker on Sat, 25th May 2019 5:45 am 

    Annoy his stalking friend

    Anonymouse on Fri, 24th May 2019 10:02 pm Wouldn’t it be hilarious if demeted Davy actually died of a heart attack or something years ago, and JuanP has been playing him ever since? Based on the number of posters here, that are actually ‘JuanP’, which is like 90% of them give or or take, it could well be Davy choked to death on a pork rind years ago and no one was any the wiser when JuanP stepped in to take over for him. Except for me. I am a JuanP Associate. That is with a capital “A”, dumbass.

    Anonymouse on Sat, 25th May 2019 12:40 am Ay Caramba! I mean, a most unfortunate situation that developed with that N key and its malfunctioning contact. dumbass.

  29. Davy on Sat, 25th May 2019 5:48 am 

    Anonymouse and juanpee are too triggered and stupid to realize I could give a shit about their obsession. I find it hilarious in a sick way because it is just ruining this forum for others. What kind of knowledge did this mental illness create? Fuck Nuts

  30. Truth Buster on Sat, 25th May 2019 6:02 am 

    “I could give a shit about their obsession.”

    Liar, liar: Remember folks, the more one tries to convince you, the opposite is true.

  31. JuanP on Sat, 25th May 2019 6:11 am 

    juanpee post

    Truth Buster on Sat, 25th May 2019 6:02 am

    “I could give a shit about their obsession.”

    Liar, liar: Remember folks, the more one tries to convince you, the opposite is true.

  32. Davy on Sat, 25th May 2019 8:01 am 

    Oops, sorry for losing my shit again everyone. I’m having an extra lonely and miserable day today.

  33. JuanP on Sat, 25th May 2019 8:27 am 

    juanpee posted this

    Davy on Sat, 25th May 2019 8:01 am

    Oops, sorry for losing my shit again everyone. I’m having an extra lonely and miserable day today.

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