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April 03, 2012

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Dave James

I've seen that Joplin Jones clip before. It's awful beyond words. Like trying to pound two square pegs into one round hole.

Jery Rowan

I've seen that Joplin Jones clip before. It's fabulous beyond words. Like trying to pound some soul into those who just don't get it.

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