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Old 01-24-2014, 01:52 AM
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Do you see the guy in the last pics? Looks like he has duc tape over the mouth and arms on the back?
If you're talking about the guy lying on the ground, that's Vic Cunnyngham. That's his white goatee, not duct tape.
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I have been looking and staring, I must be blind because I don't see what you all are seeing. No man laying down, duct taped to a goat or anything. ? :-x24
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