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There is no god but Steve Smith and Mushin is his prophet.

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There is no god but Steve Smith and Mushin is his prophet.

I dare you to post that in the tinderbox lol

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There is no god but Steve Smith and Mushin is his prophet.

Normally I wouldn't respond; but God says that you should never deny him or he will deny you. So I suggest you look into going into a church and learning about God.

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even though it was short, that was a great interview. thanks for making us aware its online

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There is no god but Steve Smith and Mushin is his prophet.

That's hilarious.

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But the interview was great...man that just makes me love him (as a person/player) that much more.

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There is no god but Steve Smith and Mushin is his prophet.

I dont like this statement but to each his own. IMO the best gift god gave us was the freedom to choose to serve him or not.

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