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More 'pecifically, it's the IPA

January 27, 2022 Colleen Devaney Season 1 Episode 23
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More 'pecifically, it's the IPA
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In this excerpt from the cutting room floor, we're talking about a few things that really rattle our rails. 

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00:00:06 Speaker 2

Alright, alright so this is me again.

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Actually I have a couple things.

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Oh, good because.

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But I'm not going to rattle as long you know what I mean?

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Like I get like some things rattle my rails.

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I'm just like.

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Annoying, but I don't go on and on.

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Shut up.

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That's why this is.

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Basically your segment.

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However, I did find something that was kind of like getting under my.

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Skin, I'm like why?

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Why lately, and I'm like I gotta say something.

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This is our segment you see now you have a chance you have a platform now where things that really rattle your rails.

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You can talk about.

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Yeah girl talk through my teeth about him, no.

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Alright weaner, So what the hell is rattling your rails right now?

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I just have to say what is up.

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With the people.

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And I'm I love you.

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If you're a friend of mine and you've.

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Done this, but still what is up?

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With the people who say happy New Years.

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Plural happy New Years.

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Happy New Years.

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Hey happy New Year.

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Huh, huh?

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Like plural, what it's year one are no S happy New Year, just the same as like Lyme disease.

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It's not lymes disease, it's Lyme disease.

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Happy New year.

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OK, so this is where I have to agree with you and not agree with you.

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No Lord.

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Because it can be used both ways.

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First of all, if.

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It can be used on New Year's Eve, Happy New Year's Eve, but not happy New Years.

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On the day.

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There's New Year's Day, not New year day.

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Right, But if you, if you say it, you would say Happy New Year's Day.

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You don't just say happy New Years.

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Well, you're just shortening it.

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It says instead of saying I want to go to tgi Friday's, we say I want to go to Fridays.

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This this is true.

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OK fine, but this is going into the whole realm of like the your and the your and the two and the two.

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You know what I mean?

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Like all these, like grammatical things that kind of like bug.

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Me from time to time.

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And yeah, you know it's kind of one of those things that ****** me off too.

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Along the same lines it is 'cause I.

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I think it's kind of stupid too.

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All right, well, you know what along the same line, this is gonna be my rant on this thing.

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This is really, you know it's rattles my rails to the same thing.

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Where like people say.

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See you next year like.

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You know a couple days before, yeah, they're saying.

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I'll see you next year.

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Oh yeah, we gotta do.

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This next year you mean couple days.

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Yeah, I actually did that with my at the crisis Center when I worked my last shift.

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Before you know 'cause I worked on New Year's.

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Eve and I.

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All right, see you next year.

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Was like when I signed off like soon after.


I did.

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And I knew, and I knew that it's, uh, it was stupid and dorky, but I did it anyway, just 'cause I knew that somebody out there would be rolling their eyes.

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Oh my God, I'm rolling my eyes right now that's.

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Like oh Lord.

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See you next year.

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I know that, yeah, that that's my and you know it.

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This is probably less hurt.

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Love, but I've heard a lot of people say this.

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Instead of saying Valentine's Day Valentine.

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Times days.

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Yes Oh my God, yes.

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Do you know how to read?

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Me, I know there's so many.

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Happy Valentine's Valentine's.


No, I know.

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What it is when you talk about this Valentine's?


Oh wait.

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Instead of something being specific it specific, I have very something very specific to tell you.

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Oh, it's telling them give me a date.

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Oh Pacific what?

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There's so many of these.

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More specifically.

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I mean the Pacific Ocean.

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It's more specifically I would like to ask you to be my Valentine's.

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On on New Year's


Please be my friend.

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There's so many of these.

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I know there's so many, you know what my mom used to call this and and then we'll go to the next section, but this is probably specific to my mom.

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She used to call Walmart Walmart.

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's help.

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No, hey, what?

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Walmart, Walmart.

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Like what are you talking about it it's Walmart.

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On purpose or for to be silly.

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I don't know.

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I think she's just saying on purpose.

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She didn't say it with a smile.

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I'm going to Walmart.


Like what are you?

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Talking about where is Walmart, there's a Walmart.

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Where's this Walmart and check it out?

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Oh my gosh, Oh my.

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It's like when I say target instead of target, but that's to be funny, yeah?

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Yeah, but that's on purpose.

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Yeah, my mom says Walmark just because she.

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I do know people say.

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Doesn't know any better.

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Walmart, and they're like in Virginia, West Virginia.

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Well, because there's so many well, there's so many Walmarts down there.

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It's going to Walmart.

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That's got sand in plural.

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I'm going to the Walmart.

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's what do?

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You mean go?

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Yeah, I'm gonna want.

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The the the meaning singular is being poor OK?

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More than one mall Walmart.

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Yeah, we can go all day with these things that really **** me off.

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You know it's ******* me off just talking about this.

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It fits me on.

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That that's that.

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That was my.

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All right, well, that's a pretty.

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Good ramp thanks, I have.

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A this is a beer related rant too.

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I probably already ran about this just in passing, but beer drinkers out there fight me.

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If you don't agree with me, OK, what is up with the IPA craze? People in the breweries with these IPA's?

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Has been out of control for.

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I'm going to say eight years probably and I am tired of it.

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Whatever happened to the breweries having a good selection of beers that they have there?

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There's so many different styles out there you don't have to have eight different kinds of IPA's out there. Say, Oh yeah, do you guys have IPA? So yeah, we have a black IPA. We have a double IPA. We have a pale ale.

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We have a triple IPA.

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We have a hazy IPA.

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We have a hazy juicy IPA.

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I mean it keeps going on forever and ever and ever and ever.

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It makes me crazy so you go to a place they have 10 beers on tap 7 or IPA's, or pale ales whatever.

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And then they have a half of isenor a farmhouse ale like.

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Come on, there's nothing I can't do I.

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Can't drink any of.

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This I can drink the IPA's, we can only drink so many after a while it is crazy man. I recently went to went to Texas, went to Austin.

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I went to this one brewery.

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They knew what the hell they were doing.

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They had a black IPA.

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They even had an IPL.

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OK, that's fine.

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You have a couple of these things.

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That's OK, but then they had a dark beer.

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Then they had like a saison.

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Then they had like they had like a.

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A barleywine so they at least had five or six different styles where I can try not five or six different IPA's. It drives me bananas and people just stop doing it.

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Just stop.

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It makes me crazy.

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I can't take it so.

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Yeah kid.

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I can't take.

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It no, it drives me crazy.

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I know that's.

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Miring, I know you don't drink beer like that, but you know that.

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I wish I could.

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'cause honestly I love.

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I love the smell of beer.

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I love the taste of beer and I just can't drink it.

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Yeah, I know that still probably gives you bubble guts.

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Well, I'd like to.

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Got all that yeast up in there.

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Well, a lot of.

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It is not gluten free, obviously.

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And yeah, it just makes me not feel good.

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I've had some gluten free beers that actually don't taste.

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Bad, they're OK.

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I would like to try those, but no, it does not give me bubble guts.

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Thank you very much.

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Anytime I say I have.


Don't rely.

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An issue with that he's like, could you give?

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People goods.

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I can see you right now.

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Doesn't that?

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Clean your dinosaur slippers.

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Kind of sports lovers.

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Well I just fix.

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Are you with these big puffy slippers in him saggy pajamas?

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You gotta 'cause you, you drink some beer.

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Then every step you take here just shoot.

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Now bleep bleep bleep bleep bleep.

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No, you got me all wrong, but thanks.

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My bad, my bad.

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Safety safety.

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He just shooting all the weight of Afro you nasty ***

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Or, as my cousin Norris would say, fluffed because it wasn't late 'cause girls didn't toot or fart, they fluffed disgusting.

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Yeah, what's what's better Tooting or flipping?


I don't know.

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Depends on who you ask I guess.

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Oh, that's funny.

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That is great.

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That is great.

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So rant over, we actually got 2 rants in.

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That's great.

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Yeah, three almost.

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Yeah, three.

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Well I kind of backed up.

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I backed up your rant with my extra ran on top.

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Of the other, and then I did another one so.

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I'm sort of.

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That is what happened.

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The plenty more rants out there.

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I'm always ranting.

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About something so it.

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Is what it is.

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Yes, yes, and I will do my best to try to come up with more.

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Rants on my.

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End 'cause I have a lot of.

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Stuff pent up.

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And stuff then I need to let that shadow.

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Yeah yeah you know, yeah you should.

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Really should.

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Because I will just back you up.

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Thank you.