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R0CKnR0LLA

Hey everyone, I've got a great idea, let's have the Super Bowl in NO!

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I'm sure those backwards inbred cousin fuging swamp-tards won't f--k anything up. I'm sure they've mastered basic things... like, you know... ELECTRICITY!! What's the worst that can happen right?

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What happens below sea level, stays below sea level.

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shouldn't you be having sex with a swamp rabbit?

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That's an oddly specific suggestion, PhillyB.

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I'm interested in the anthropological observation of new orleans. i think L H Morgan was actually right about hierarchical cultural scales... new orleans = proof of the lower primitive

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I'm interested in a Harvey Wallbanger. Maybe we can help each other out.

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sorry i don't help the primitives

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Aw don't be so hard on the swampers. I think the Saints just ran out of money to pay the electric bill, you know, with all those bounties and all... lord knows they sure didn't put any forth in fielding something resembling a halfass decent NFL defense.

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