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J.Brent Adams
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Wo oh Black Debbie wam ba lam oh oh 
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3 Sec Later = Mind Blown
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Grippy frog.

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pretty much sums it up!

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1965 VW Notchback w/factory sunroof and 2.0l engine For Sale. Hit me up if interested...
4th Ave SE, Bothell, Washington
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NW Vintage VW Meet @ Shoreline CC this past Saturday. This car is for sale (green 65 Notchback). Hit me up if you gotta have it!
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Just what America needs!
Bacon Turtle Burger. Need I say anything else?
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It’s hardly a secret that France is further to the left than the United States. But listening to some of the rhetoric from the candidates in the French presidential election makes one realize just how vast the gulf really is. Here are five things you’d never hear an American candidate from a major party say:

1) Unadulterated bashing of the financial industry. Here was Francois Hollande, the Socialist presidential front-runner in France, back in January: “Let me tell you who my rival is. It does not bear a name or have a face, it’s the finance industry. In the past twenty years, the financial industry has taken control of our societies, of our lives and threatens our states.” In London the following month, this was Hollande’s way of dialing back his speech in a talk with investors: “I am not dangerous… [still], there must be regulation everywhere.”

And Jean Luc Melenchon, a one-time Trotskyist who was running on Hollande’s left, didn’t even make that minor concession. “I’m dangerous!,” he told the Guardian proudly. “Dangerous for financial interests, and dangerous for the oligarchy in France and Europe.”
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