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WTF is up with Tony Siragusa and the Depends ad?  He should have his Man Card revoked.

Yeah, that commercial is getting, wait, is OLD. I almost thought about contacting the GC about it. Agree, Tony should lose his man card..

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But what about after you saw it for the 10,000th time? I swear I practically have that stupid thing memorized. Guard your manhood people!!!

I do that with a cup. ...and I'm still speechless. ;-)

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Sad story and only one among many this week after the tornadoes.

http://wreg.com/2014/04/29/au-student-killed-protecting-girlfriend/

I get goose pimples just reading the article.

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Gonna see Jon Stewart Daily Show taping today. Years living here and never took advantage. Procrasturbating is what I'm good at. Surprised how not that hard it is to get tickets - boring guest though.
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Gonna see Jon Stewart Daily Show taping today. Years living here and never took advantage. Procrasturbating is what I'm good at. Surprised how not that hard it is to get tickets - boring guest though.

Do you know who's doing warmup?

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Do you know who's doing warmup?

Paul Mecurio. Picked out random person from audience and tried to find something funny, say something off and you're toast. Very funny.

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Sitting here, reading TST, guess where I'm at?

I feel like I should be recognizing that from a movie or TV show, but nothing specific is coming to mind.

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I feel like I should be recognizing that from a movie or TV show, but nothing specific is coming to mind.

Isn't that the White House? And if so, why aren't people getting that?

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