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    This is simply one of the best dog commercials , ever.
    Dog Goldberg Machine by Beneful® - YouTube
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  3. #113


    Arkansas
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    The clean up crew needs to clean up all the repeat messages in this thread..
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    Bay Area
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    A Guy
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    And I've been a fan since then.
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  6. #116


    Arkansas
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    Click image for larger version
    I loved the video " Lady In Red " thanks for the post.
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  7. #117


    San Diego, CA
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    The new Nine Inch Nails album, Hesitation Marks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A Guy View Post


    A Guy
    Nice one. Been on a bit of an 80s rock kick myself lately.
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