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  • @slowbeard
    13 February, 2016

    RT @ggreeneva: In which @ChuckGrassley—newly dead-set vs. filling vacancies in election yrs—praises speedy vote on Kennedy in '88: https://…

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  • @slowbeard
    12 February, 2016

    @RamyBigdeli What can I say, I never rated Deadpool

  • @slowbeard
    12 February, 2016

    IMDb is embarrassing https://t.co/O8Msp2LCqs

    slowbeard
  • @slowbeard
    11 February, 2016

    @studiesincrap As a Bernie-loving millennial, nope

  • @slowbeard
    9 February, 2016

    Always get irrationally angry at crowded screenings. Like, where were all these bros here for The Witch when Knight of Cups played?

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