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Hi there! I have @Elsbeth Lupin who was introduced to the revolutionaries and the augerey beak cafe through Jude Wright. She's usually day drunk and inappropriate but she does believe in the suffragette movement and sometimes attends the meetings.


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(January 28, 2019 – 2:22 AM)Prudence Browne Wrote: Hi there! I have @Elsbeth Lupin who was introduced to the revolutionaries and the augerey beak cafe through Jude Wright. She's usually day drunk and inappropriate but she does believe in the suffragette movement and sometimes attends the meetings.

Well hello there, and welcome back Te!

That actually sounds like an awesome potential group thread for the Revs. @Jude Wright @Kingsley Wells @Esteban Zavala @Asha Bilton @Raymond Beasley @Kieran Abernathy @Eileen Buchanan @Betsy Cooper @Monty Morales - any of you also keen on this?
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