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Hey crew, Although I can not blog/talk about my upcoming show I will invite you to my fan page if you want to track my journey, just like the fan page. I've enjoyed the last few years here on this site and hope you guys root for me in my upcoming journey! Thanks and Semper Fi www.facebook.com/pages/TOP-aka-Hollywood-99/214875831856618 The fan page name is TOP aka "Hollywood 99"
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Don't forget the little people here at the Sand Trap when you're a big star Norm!

Won't be able to see the show here, but I'll follow online as much as I can.

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Russell,

Thanks for your service to our country. Looking forward to watching you chase your dream! Good luck!

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Watched the intro to the season the other night, hope you kick butt!!!  I know you're not allowed to talk about details of who won and what not, but are you able to share how long the competition takes?  Is it one competitor gone per day for 2 weeks or however long that would take?

Cheering for you!

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Thanks for all the wishes gents... I obviously cannot say anything about the show but I was a Sandtrap member before the show so you guys will always be on my radar... Make sure you guys watch, it will be an epic season!

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Just watched the trailer.  Very cool bio, Russ.  You are very lucky to have such a supportive wife - make her proud.

Woonsocket RI native?  Side by each!!

Good luck again - will definitely be watching.

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