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Cason coming to charlotte tonight

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hopefully they take him to a nice dinner at Hooters across from the Marriott

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Waiting and seeing... Lol can't get hopes up... Not gonna do it... Not prudent at this juncture.

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hopefully they take him to a nice dinner at Hooters across from the Marriott

As I have done many a time

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connecting flight?

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Value menu at Arby's and Cason's meal comes out of his contract. Getts also sleals some of Cason's curly fries.

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connecting flight?

 

Both funny and painful

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...until he hires Bus Cook as his new agent and changes his mind.

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