survey
research
scarborough
night
radio
company
took
unlisted
taking
local
mail
Calling daily at night. No message left.
Washington
 Sep 15th, 2018
This was the longest survey I accidentally took. I did not provide any POI information, but they sure ask you information that is not required for a radio or tv station. I sure did not receive, nor was told, I would get paid for taking the survey, where is my money?
Pennsylvania
 Apr 05th, 2018
Calls on 210-736-3080 and 941-379-1954. Probably others.
Texas
 Mar 30th, 2017
Calls on 941-379-1954 and 210-736-3080. Probably others.
Texas
 Mar 30th, 2017
scarborough rsc. CALLS late at night and is willing to argue when you tell them to take you off their list.

I DO NOT want a phone call when I am asleep, unless it is an emergency. Get a life Scarborough.
Texas
 Aug 06th, 2016
Company says they do not need to comply with any government regulation and will not honor requests for number to be placed on "do not call" list. They call late at night, after 9p.m.
Washington
 Dec 07th, 2014
This call was from Scarborough Research who conducts all of the surveys for the AC Nielsen corporation. The caller ID displayed as ACNielsen Corp. This is the company that generates the Nielsen ratings and determines which primetime shows make it and which ones don't as well as radio station listenership that companies use to determine the best place to advertise. The questions asked are scientifically designed general questions to determine specific metrics of various aspects of television and radio media. They they called me at about 8:30 p.m. On a Thursday. The caller was polite and respectful and somewhat friendly. I tested this several times by distracting the survey by breaking off into general conversations about trivial things to which he complied but professionally steered the survey back onto course. These people will send additional surveys in the mail along with a cash payment for the time you spent on the phone with them. This company has been around since the 1960s and is viewed as the top universal standard of the television and radio industry in determining viewership of various media events and time-slots. The small amount of personal information they ask is strictly voluntary and can be withheld without necessarily invalidating your survey. The rudimentary personal information they solicit is nothing to worry about and is generally publicly available anyways. These are not unlike questions that would be asked on a US Census Survey. As a research company, they are exempt from any Do Not Call list requests, but you can be removed from their database in approximately 3 days by calling an additional number that they will gladly provide. While these callers can be persistent and annoying, with this particular company I found the easiest way to stop the calls is to simply take their survey, plus you'll make a fairly easy 10 dollars. The choice is yours, ignore them, block them, or work with them to remove your name, but they're not likely to go away anytime soon.
Mike
 Oct 10th, 2014
I got a call from this number about 10:00 p.m. on 11-15-2013. I ask him if he knew it was 10:00 p.m.in Oklahoma and where he was calling from. He said Austin and he was taking a survey of some kind. I firmly told him Texas and Oklahoma were in the same time zone and I was in bed, good night. I hung up.
Vivian
 Nov 15th, 2013
This number has called us several times for at least a year. We’ve told them to stop in the past, but have resorted to ignoring or hanging up on them altogether.

Since Scarborough Research has called multiple times after we’ve asked them not to, I contacted my local sheriff’s office to ask if it can be reported it as harassment. The deputy I spoke to said that there was not much they could do and recommended avoiding the calls if we can help it. He also suggested that we look into blocking this number. Unbeknownst to us, our phone had a call block feature. Hopefully it will prevent from this company from wasting any more of our time.

I’d like to add that private citizens in this country have the right to they spend their time however they please, no matter how trivial it may seem to someone else. It’s also unfair to assume that everyone should want to do a survey simply because it’s a legitimate company. The fact is, no business is entitled to keep cold calling someone after they’ve asked them to stop. Whether or not this is someone’s job is beside the point. Telemarketers have a job to do and are partially restricted by the National Do Not Call Registry. Where is the outrage on their behalf?

Just my two cents.
Mike Hawk
 Aug 01st, 2013
This is some sort of a survey to see what media you use and whatever else they want to know, it seems.
My husband answered the survey hoping they would leave us alone. I hope they are through with us. I understand
they can call because they are not telemarketing, so the "do not call" list does not apply. Grrrrrrr!!!
Jo
 Jul 12th, 2013
I'm also getting calls after 2130(EST). Illegal - maybe not. Unethical - most definitely. To the majority, this is not an acceptable standard of conduct.
East Coaster
 Jun 27th, 2013
Scarborough Research - media research. Not feeling the calls at 9:30PM EST. Won't rant about how much I despise these calls - I do. Also won't write diatribe about how we should entertain these calls - I don't work for them. My downtime is worth way more than $5, so I'll just program number with no ring.
Tired in VA
 Jun 27th, 2013
It's amazing, and rather amusing, to read all of these comments posted here about this company... over an absolute refusal (similar behavior seen in children experiencing temper tantrums) to spend a FEW minutes of your time to take a SURVEY.

This company (usually) calls at late hours to reach you during a relaxed mindset.

I've only noticed one actual comment that says they took the survey, and guess what?
They admitted that this company was NOT some scam, or telemarketer.
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
"Well, I did finally answer the phone and take the survey. It was about local media including TV, radio, and newspapers. They had specific names and stations in my area in their survey. It took about 15 minutes. I refused to answer the questions about income and value of my home, and hung up. BUT today I received an envelope in the mail (did not give them my mailing address) and it contained a survey about shopping, a television diary, and a $5 bill!

I kinda like the idea of having an influence on my local media, so I think I'll do it.
Caller: Scarborough
Call Type: Survey"
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Your hostility and paranoia towards their calls are completely unnecessary. You have a job during the daytime, right? Those market interviewers calling you? This is THEIR job. Why are deliberately making their job more difficult than it has to be? Do I need to make the comparison again of how much this behavior resembles a CHILD'S temper tantrum? Bratty, spoiled, and obnoxiously entitled behavior.

"I am on the Texas and National NO CALL LISTS"
So? You live here. You cannot be privileged to live here without giving anything back LOL
The state (/nation or WORLD) does not owe you anything. YOU do.

...And really? This comment below seriously made me want to beat my head against my keyboard or a wall.
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
"Yes, they have called us numerous times and finally got my husband to answer about 10 minutes of detailed personal questions. What an invasion of privacy. Their names are:

Gabriel and Griselda Patlan
277 Addax Drive
San Antonio, TX 78213-3928

I used the Free Phone Tracer but paid for premium service to gather more info.

Very weird that a research group would use these people. On facebook they look like hoods... giving the middle finger with the gangster look.... kinda strange if you asked me.

They could be a scam for break ins... who knows

I believe that they are SINISTER... so beware!
Caller: Scarborough Research BS"
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
^ Oh yes... because if you pay for information on the internet, it MUST be true! -__- There's many Gabriel Patlan names on Facebook! How do you know which one he is? LOL


All of this just proves to me that most of the American population are stuck in a teenage mentality.
Please do the rest of us, those that have truly matured, a favor and play in traffic instead of trying to associate with the adults. Thank you :-)

Scarborough has a proven reputation in the business of media research as they provide their findings to global companies such as Nielson.
Lindy
 Jun 10th, 2013
Annoyed with so many calls.
willie
 May 30th, 2013
I have the ATT UVERSE digital phone package and I took advantage of ATT's call block function.

You can Google the url for the ATT UVERSE website for it.

Log into your account and fill out the information needed to block their number under the "block caller" feature.

It might also be worth a try to see if your phone service offers a number blocking service, even if you don't have ATT UVERSE.

Why all phones don't come with internal number blocking features, is beyond me, such a feature should be standard.

Hope this helps someone.
BLOCKEM
 Apr 05th, 2013
When I asked to me removed from their calling list I was told that they could not, but they could give me an 800 to call. I let them know I did not want the 800 and they could figure it out.
Laura
 Feb 02nd, 2013
Scarborouh Research


Survey and when I asked to be removed from their calling list. I was told they could not do it, but I could call an 800 to be removed. I did not take the 800 and let her know I would not call them and that they could figure out how to remove us.
Laura
 Feb 02nd, 2013
This is a research company, NOT a telemarketer, so they are exempt from the No Call List...

But calling people's cell phones- I will not accept that. I suggest contacting senior management of the firm to request immediate removal of your phone number from any & all of their calling lists, if you want to stop these calls.

If that does not work, I'm sure filing in Small Claims Court for harassment will. Especially if they are wasting your cell phone minutes!
karenintx
 Dec 05th, 2012
It's just a freakin survey people. I got calls from them myself and they were pretty nice to me, their calls did get annoying after awhile but once i just took the survey is wasn't even that bad. i even looked up their website to get more information about them and i felt better about the survey after that fact. maybe if you all were nicer and just took the damn survey then they would stop calling you. once i took the survey, i only got one other call for the booklets that they send (which is just another survey and they didn't charge me anything for them) and to also make sure i got my cash (a bonus that they also send for taking the survey)
and what most people dont understand is that if it wasn't for the opinions of people, then we would all be listening to the same radio, reading the same content, and everything would just be the same. things that are out now a days are only out because people said they wanted them to be. MARKET RESEARCH IS EVERYWHERE PEOPLE! even a damn fast food restaurant will ask you to complete a survey. stop being babies and be happy theyre not telemarketers! UGH!

ps: it has nothing to do with politics stupid!
Anonymous
 Nov 09th, 2012
Received this call from 210-736-3080. Did their survey and they sent me $10.00. Did it again and received another $10.00. Did the mail survey and received $6.00
Bernie
 Oct 20th, 2012
I took the call (from Scarborough Research). So here are some tips:

To keep it short, tell them you're married to Rupert Murdoch.

Also, they need to get through the survey as quickly as possible. So if you have the free time, see how long you can keep them on the phone. Ask them their opinion on things, ask them the same questions they're asking you, whatever...and then when they ask the last 2 questions: how many live in your household and how old are you, give them ridiculous answers. It invalidates the survey.

They will ask if you or anyone in your family works for a radio, newspaper, television, etc. If you want to keep it short and not have them call you again, the answer is "yes." They will ask which? I said all of them, I'm married to Rupert Murdoch. They were going to end the survey but I told them I was kidding so I could find out more.

I kept them on the phone for almost a half hour.
Imprimatura
 Jun 28th, 2012
Scarborough Research - surveying for TV, Radio and Print preferences. The person I spoke to was working out of Texas.
Sandy
 Apr 14th, 2012
HZXZO1
tfiyal
 Mar 10th, 2012
I would prefer to thank you for the efrofts you may have made in composing this article. I am likely for exactly the same very best work from you inside the long term as well. Actually your fanciful composing skills has prompted me to begin my personal weblog now.
Sanjay
 Mar 10th, 2012
they're ba-ack... this time they said "hello? hello?" when I answered but didn't respond, as if they couldn't hear me over their boiler room surroundings.
trish
 Dec 24th, 2011
they call in the morning, they call at ten at night, they leave no message and say nothing when I answer the phone.
trish
 Dec 16th, 2011
said if I completed survey, they would put me on no call list.I said if you don't take me off after these 3 calls, I will report you as harrassment.
jenkins
 Nov 04th, 2011
This number has called me at least 10+ times, and I am in an utter state of disbelief that these people are exempt from the Do Not Call List. I have refused to take the "survey" and asked to be removed from their call list, upon which I am told that they cannot do it, and only a supervisor is authorized to remove me. I am given another number to call for the supervisor, and have never gotten in touch with anyone who will remove my unlisted number.

The only thing that pisses me off more is my telephone service provider (AT&T) does not give me the option of blocking calls like this. Why not? I'd be happy as hell to pay a premium to block unwanted callers.
LawDog
 Oct 29th, 2011
Mom: Unlisted numbers are not hidden from sequential dialers. I would try turning up your volume on paper. Send a cease-comm notice via USPS Certified with return card. The FTC and many consumer watchdogs explain how to draft one. This will set a legal landmine, as such a notice is ignored at their peril.

Deb and others: Surveyors are not sales people, therefore their calls are exempt from DNC list scrubbing. The following URL links to the FTC FAQ page which the DNC site *twice* coaxed you to read before you registered your numbers. See items 28 through 32 in particular.
http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/edu/pubs/consumer/alerts/alt107.shtm
Resident47
 Oct 09th, 2011
THIS CLAIMS TO BE Scarborough Research. KEEPS CALLING MY 15 YEAR OLD SON'S (HAS CEREBRAL PALSY) PRIVATE UNLISTED BED ROOM PHONE. THEY WON'T STOP CALLING, THEY WAKE HIM UP, THEY KEEP CALLING AND CALLING AND NOW HE IS SCARED WHEN THE PHONE RINGS! SOME ONE LET ME KNOW HOW TO MAKE THEM STOP CALLING HIM, I HAVE BEGGED, CUSSED, CRIED AND STILL THEY KEEP CALLING HIM AND WILL NOT TAKE HIS PHONE OFF OF THEIR LIST. SOMEONE HELP PLEASE!!!!
ANGRY MOM
 Oct 07th, 2011
They've called us so many times, we just stopped answering. Our number is UN-listed and we're on the 'Do Not Call list'
Deb
 Sep 09th, 2011
These law-breaking scum have repeated called me after 9:00 p.m.(9:07 and 9:45). They have also mailed me a letter from a "Laura Kinkaid, Scarborough Research". Included with the letter was a $1 bill. The dollar does not make their illegal calls legal!! I invite all to petition your Representatives (State and Federal)so that we end these calls or get paid millions by the trespassers for their wrongful acts!! Prison sentences should also be added to the penalties of these low-lives.
Don
 Jun 22nd, 2011
OH THESE MOTHER F***ERS!! They have called and woke my whole family up afor 3 nights in a row! They tell me they can't take me off there list unless I call another number and ask. Then when you call the other number they tell you it will be another 48 to 72 hours before they will take your number off the list thats two or three more nights of calling LATE and wakeing us up! Short of unplugging my phone at night they are worse than a bill collector!! I am PISSED and if they do not stop I plan to SUE them for harrasment!
PISSED
 Jan 21st, 2011
Give them a dose of their own medicine by calling their switchboard repeatedly or write them:

Scarborough Research
4502 Centerview
San Antonio, TX 78228
210-733-0870
http://www.scarborough.com

Call 210-733-0870 and get the direct phone numbers for any of the following Scarborough senior management staff and call them directly:

Bob Cohen - President
Steve Seraita - Sr. VP
Alisa Joseph - VP
James Collins - Sr. VP
Howard Goldberg - Sr. VP
Gary Meo - Sr. VP

Have fun!!!Caller ID: 210-736-3080
Caller: Scarborough RSR
Call Type: Survey
Reply !
Hank III
 Jan 19th, 2011
didn't pick up and they didn't leave a message
bj
 Nov 13th, 2010
This number - 210-736-3080 - called last night at 9:45 PM! Female caller was rude and wanted to know why I didn't want to participate in a survey call. We asked to be removed, and when she kept trying to get me to participate, I hung up on her. 9:45 PM is beyond their time slot for calls. These survey calls are just as annoying as the telemarket calls. Know for a fact that "Heather" with Account Services is still out there as well. . . .!
Annoyed Still
 Oct 27th, 2010
This company makes unsolicited calls to my unlisted number every single weekday, normally mid-evening. They never leave a message. What an absolute disgrace.
Annoyed
 Oct 21st, 2010
This phone number 210 736 3080 keeps calling me. It is rsr research. I have already told them to take me off their list that we are not interested and yet they continue to call me. I want them to leave me alone! I am on the do not call list and have an unlisted phone number.
Christina
 Sep 29th, 2010
Said they were doing a television and radio station research and they needed a person living in the residence who had the most recent birthday....whatever. I said that was me and the call dropped. If I see the # again I will not answer/
R
 Aug 29th, 2010
I did not answer call because the number looked familiar!
CP
 Aug 19th, 2010
I have asked these people to quit calling and they refuse. They told me that the Do Not Call list does not apply to them. I hung up on them.
Jo
 Jul 26th, 2010
they call at 9 o'clock at night. the phone ringing wakes up my children. if i don't answer they listen to my voice mail, wait 5 seconds then hang up. i have caller id! i can see how many times during the day they have called my house. i just want them to stop and have asked to be removed and they won't. what can i do???
amyr
 Jul 01st, 2010
Got cut off there, I see all their contact numbers listed in this list so I'm going to call *60 and have them blocked from even getting to my phone. Cuts them off at the knee's and you never have to deal with it again
Mark
 Jun 19th, 2010
To call back and take a survey yadda, yadda, yadda
Mark
 Jun 19th, 2010
They have been calling every day at dinnertime and have not honored my requests to stop calling. Fricking wankers!
SF
 Mar 31st, 2010
This site is a scam. I tried to post contact information and the names of all the Scarborough Research executives and the comment was not posted, even though I tried to post the information (email, address, executives, locations, sites on which to post complaints about this site) multiple times in multiple ways. This site probably works with the bottom feeders that you complain about on the site and sells them information about the commentaries on their phone numbers...
Anon
 Feb 15th, 2010
This is a bottom feeding, bottom dwelling telemarketing junk company whose only concern is verifying that your phone number is live and selling it to the highest bidder. I also believe that they have something to do with AT&T. To fight back keep a record of the time, day and date that they call you. Then do the following, file an affidavit with your State Attorney General’s office (look online, in most cases they will have an online site at which you can file an affidavit), go to the following Internet addresses and post complaints (noted as “reviews”) noting the company’s name, address and any phone numbers you can get your hands on: http://www.complaints.com/, www.ripoffreport.com, https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov/.
Go to http://local.yahoo.com/info-49642622-scarborough-research-san-antonio and http://local.yahoo.com/info-63827434-scarborough-research-san-antonio and post a review using yahoo. Their contact information is Scarborough Research Headquarters at 646-654-8400
770 Broadway, #13 New York, NY, Scarborough in San Antonio 210-736-0892 4440 S Piedras Dr, San Antonio, TX 78228 Cross Streets: Near the intersection of S Piedras Dr and Woodcock Dr, email at lkinkaid@scarborough.com, also use phone numbers 210-731-9489 and 1-800-753-6043 (this may be the always busy 800 number…) Their executives names are: Bob Cohen, Ph.D. President and Chief Executive Officer, Gregg Lindner
Executive VP, Research & Operations, Steve Seraita Executive VP-Sales, Deirdre McFarland
VP, Marketing & Communications, Debbie Morisie Senior VP, Human Resources, David Reifer
VP, Chief Financial Officer, Howard Goldberg Senior VP, Radio, Sports Marketing and Agency Services, Cheryl Greenblatt Senior VP, Televison, Gary Meo Senior VP, Print and Digital Media Services. Start calling these morons on the phone or writing them, ask them if they want to take a survey and then give them a fake 800 number. Also ask them for their home phone numbers so you can call them at 9pm on a Saturday night to harass them.
Anon
 Feb 14th, 2010
This is a bottom feeding, bottom dwelling telemarketing junk company whose only concern is verifying that your phone number is live and selling it to the highest bidder. I also believe that they have something to do with AT&T. To fight back keep a record of the time, day and date that they call you. Then do the following, file an affidavit with your State Attorney General’s office (look online, in most cases they will have an online site at which you can file an affidavit), go to the following Internet addresses and post complaints (noted as “reviews”) noting the company’s name, address and any phone numbers you can get your hands on: http://www.complaints.com/, www.ripoffreport.com, https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov/.
Go to http://local.yahoo.com/info-49642622-scarborough-research-san-antonio and http://local.yahoo.com/info-63827434-scarborough-research-san-antonio and post a review using yahoo. Their contact information is Scarborough Research Headquarters at 646-654-8400
770 Broadway, #13 New York, NY, Scarborough in San Antonio 210-736-0892 4440 S Piedras Dr, San Antonio, TX 78228 Cross Streets: Near the intersection of S Piedras Dr and Woodcock Dr, email at lkinkaid@scarborough.com, also use phone numbers 210-731-9489 and 1-800-753-6043 (this may be the always busy 800 number…) Their executives names are: Bob Cohen, Ph.D. President and Chief Executive Officer, Gregg Lindner Executive VP, Research & Operations, Steve Seraita Executive VP-Sales, Deirdre McFarland VP, Marketing & Communications, Debbie Morisie Senior VP, Human Resources, David Reifer VP, Chief Financial Officer, Howard Goldberg Senior VP, Radio, Sports Marketing and Agency Services, Cheryl Greenblatt Senior VP, Televison, Gary Meo Senior VP, Print and Digital Media Services. Start calling these morons on the phone or writing them, ask them if they want to take a survey and then give them a fake 800 number. Also ask them for their home phone numbers so you can call them at 9pm on a Saturday night to harass them then give them their own companies 800 number. Let's see how these azzholes like the bullying when it's the consumers bullying them...
Anon
 Feb 14th, 2010
Annoying. I have no respect for telemarketers. These people are truly annoying.
TM
 Feb 13th, 2010
this is the second time they've called - we don't answer and they don't leave a message
Anon
 Feb 13th, 2010
Scarborough Research Partners with MMA to Give Brands and Marketers Deep Insights into American Mobile User Demographics and Behaviors
11/20/2009
Mobile Marketing Association (MMA), announced Scarborough Research as the fourth partner in the MMA Global Research Partner program. Scarborough Research specializes in the lifestyle and shopping patterns, media behaviors and demographics of American consumers, a focus that complements the other MMA research partners' coverage of mobile users' behaviors, attitudes and preferences in a variety of world regions. The MMA Global Research Partners program features monthly research reports, available exclusively to MMA members. The Scarborough partnership provides the MMA with unlimited complimentary access to consumer data for hundreds of local markets in the United States. The MMA will mine this data to create custom reports, connecting American consumers' mobile behavior to their purchasing patterns at national and local levels.

In short, don't pick up the phone if you see this number. They will sell your private information. Nothing new here more scumbag companies trying to get and sell your private information.
Anon
 Jan 26th, 2010
These PITA clowns continue to call regardless of how bad I insult them. Oh so apologetic about them bothering the hell out of me and gave their bullshit 1-800-753-6043 number that is always busy. I think I'm going to have my phone service cancelled and just use cell phones. They always call at night after 8PM to add insult to injury. So much for the "do not call list".
DR
 Oct 03rd, 2009
Survey about radio stations and newspapers since they leave messages. Answered the phone and told them we don't so surveys/
franklin
 Sep 17th, 2009
Scarborough Reasearch...repeated unwanted calls. Last call received was from Bexar County, SanAntonio Texas. An unpublished land line......210-736-3080. I've told them to stop calling, but they ignore my request. I finally blocked this number, but I'm sure they will be calling back using another number. Isn't this telephone harrassment and a criminal offense?
TJ
 Jul 03rd, 2009
Caller left message on my answering machine identifying themselves as Scarborough Surveys "if interested in taking a survey, please call them or go to their website".
Bugged
 Apr 10th, 2009
I believe this a legitimate survey/research group. I am familiar with polling/survey practices and the questions all appeared to be on the up and up. The young lady was very professional and thorough. It was a survey about local radio and newspapers. Hopefully, I won't regret taking the survey.
Quint
 Feb 25th, 2009
Thesr people have called 20+ times, we have asked them not to call again numerous times only to be given a toll free number( 1-800-753-6043 ) which is ALWAYS busy.
These people should be put out of business!!
IMP
 Jan 17th, 2009
we asked they put us on their "do not call list" and we blocked their number. as soon as we unblocked the number they called us again
rlg
 Jan 09th, 2009
Just had a call showed as Scarborough R, didn't leave a message-first time I've noticed them calling.
MD
 Oct 11th, 2008
Here it is, two months since my first comment and they're still calling. They've stopped leaving messages on my machine, now instead they just keep calling once, sometimes even twice, a day.
TD
 Oct 09th, 2008
Got call on Saturday morning, a time when I do not want to be bothered by telemarketers. Women identified caller as SCARBOROUGH RESEARCH and said they are not selling anything. I thanked her and hung up before she could say anything else.
VIEJO
 Aug 02nd, 2008
Calls every day, leaves a message claiming their with a research company and that they'll try again at another time. Have never heard of these people, checked for a website and haven't found one. Last time I answered a 'research' phone call and took a survey they used it as an excuse to begin telemarketing calls trying to sell me a water purification system. Won't answer survey calls any longer, it's a way telemarketers can circumvent the Do Not Call List.
TD
 Aug 01st, 2008

62 Comments