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Good man, I know him, I have met Eric at least a dozen times and even went to his house once.
I just hope he comes to Pomona Saturday, he will get no donations from any member here.
Lester, as everyone knows, I can put the McDoubles away like Joey Chestnut.
How 'bout if I stay home, and you use the "Macdonalds" Pomona Sportsbook money to help bring Wolfie to the Breeders' Cup?
Do you mooks qualify for this?
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Mr. Super Bowl
If it is bet, they will take it.
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