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6 hours ago, gatsby47 said:

7 out of 10. Imaginative poster. They use to play  Down with Ohio State they're a no nothing party school on CKLW the week of the Michigan / Ohio State football game.  I would think that it wasn't nearly as funny in Columbus as it was in Ann Arbor.

8. Would be a 10 if Leo was holding the Oscar!

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