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hey, hey, you some kind of yoyo?

What is your team asshat?

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damn, it must be true.

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your one of those who losers have nothing better to do, so you come over here and talk out of your ass or say outrageous things to warrant responses for entertainment

go enjoy some sunlight, make some REAL friends, or get a job, stuff like this is just sad and pathetic

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16 yards and 3 points away from being at all relevant.

saints are:

the losers.

for losers.

go find yur bag and put it back on that greasy head.

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I cant make friends and Ive been to jail...so no job for me...just wanted to let all you panthers fans know how shitty its gonna be when you guys lose ure first game against whoever u play...WHORESS

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