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thecarolinaswagger

wherever you are, do it up big today folks

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Im will "DO IT BIG" regardless because im a Trill OG.

#LLTTF

No one knows what you're talking about but I love your enthusiasm...

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Cam is going to have to run around the world backwards to prevent this!

The end of the world concern is probally why Cam has the towel on his head..he is just trying to figure out how to save us all despite the worlds lack of swag.

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No one knows what you're talking about but I love your enthusiasm...

No doubt just because im different that doesn't make me a outkast,we all have on common goal that is for the Panthers to win the SB.Respect to you for respecting my enthusiasm brah.

#UWS

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sitting on my ass on a balcony facing the pacific ocean in ecuador watching it on my computer. this had better be fuging worth the three hours i'm dedicating to it when i could be surfing or some poo

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well we just escaped this today

Newfound Asteroid Buzzes Earth Inside Moon's Orbit

A newfound asteroid gave Earth a close shave early today, zipping between our planet and the moon just two days after astronomers first spotted it.

The near-Earth asteroid 2012 XE54, which was discovered Sunday (Dec. 9), came within 140,000 miles (230,000 kilometers) of our planet at about 5 a.m. EST (1000 GMT) Tuesday (Dec. 11), researchers said. For comparison, the moon orbits Earth at an average distance of 240,000 miles or so (386,000 km).

Astronomers estimate that 2012 XE54 is about 120 feet (36 meters) wide — big enough to cause substantial damage if it slams into Earth someday. An object of similar size flattened 800 square miles (2,000 square km) of forest when it exploded above Siberia's Podkamennaya Tunguska River in 1908.

http://news.yahoo.com/newfound-asteroid-buzzes-earth-inside-moons-orbit-194412619.html

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