Dating autistic man
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Paul has been in maximum security prison for over 25 years. I'm looking for a card that says "Thinking of You" instead of "Happy Birthday" but that may be hard to find.
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The 20-year-old son of Texas couple the Zunigas - who has not been named - was heartbroken when the local video-rental store closed its doors - prompting his parents to build a replica of the chain inside their home, complete with dozens of videos stored in an official Blockbuster rack, and signage from the store itself.
Overwhelmed by his older brother's reaction, Javier Zuniga, a high school senior, posted a picture of his parents' creation, as well as his brother's reaction, to Twitter.