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Roland Bender

I know this is beside the point but what were the consequences for the guy? It almost sounds like a harmless prank when it really wasn't!

keith a. bandy

What did we expect, we have or own who sells us out over here all the time, so why do people think it would be different over there. #thinkaboutit

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