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Pre game check list. Pepsi on the rocks, Popcorn, fatty. I'm ready. Time to lay the hammer to those..., add in your own bad words.

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The SKANKS shot their wad yesterday! Switching up CC and Phelps.

And. They. Still. Lost.

MFY! We now have the decided advantage in this series! AAAA lineup that Zach can carve up! GO O'S!!!!!!!!

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