[Sorry For Your Loss' Gordan Said.His Extended Hand Was Immediately Rejected With An If-looks-could-kill Stare From Shelly's Father, Who Was, As Of Yet, Oblivious To The Fact That We Had Stolen The Last Of His Daughter.'Right. Well,fuck You Too.]

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