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Went to the Presidential Experience thing where they are about to build the new baseball stadium. It was decently entertaining. Amazed to walk by our tailgate lot and see it filled with party tents and catering trucks.

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My company is a sponsor so I have to work there at our booth all week. Yippie!

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I've got connections within the party. Hoping to meet a couple of big names. (and taint their minds with delusions of capitalist utopia)

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I've got connections within the party. Hoping to meet a couple of big names. (and taint their minds with delusions of capitalist utopia)

happy tainting

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Everyone be on the lookout for Jase' taint when you watch the DNC.

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I've found that the left wing is very easily swayed by the libertarian way because we don't have all of the detestable republican qualities.

It won't take me long. I'll have this taint licked in no time.

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my wife works at one of the major hotels downtown... the stories she's told me over THE PAST YEAR in preparation for this thing are insane. just the money that's being thrown around like it's nothing for people to have a room... ridiculous

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