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Mar 23, 2010
Greg, Mike Gibbons, and Tom Arnold discuss the widest ranging topics in podcast history. Greg scolds producer Mike Cioffi for talking while recording, Tom talks about almost throwing down with the cast of Seinfeld, and they take your twitter questions. Greg gets chewed out by his wife for showing a testicle to see Cioffi’s date’s tit, Tom gets hustled by a Make-a-Wish recipient who never ended up dying, they learn that poison ivy doesn’t cause anal bleeding, and Tom announces Gov. Arnold is bringing Chinese money over to build high speed rail connecting north and south California, and possibly the new stadium somewhere in the inland Empire.
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    Vaishali
    @Rfactorfreak Thanks a lot for the advide, i will be sure to chgnae the intro song depending on future feedback. and i will defo make the clips shorter I wasn't planning on using Dubstep for every video, just fancied using one of my fave songs for this vid  Thanks for the advice, please be sure to check back now and then for Video's thanks Was this answer helpful? http://cmzqiqqdur.com [url=http://piomptkck.com]piomptkck[/url] [link=http://efblsaxtg.com]efblsaxtg[/link]
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    Klisciany
    Nice video i kinda Nice video i kinda like it.Only the intro song is seriously over used, might want to chagne that.The second thing i wanted to say is that not everyone like's dubsteponly the fps gamers and people like that do, so make sure not to use that alot.I kinda like the game's and u have a good commentating voice.Make sure not to make it get bored, u can do this by making the part smaller, what i mean with this is not taking 50 seconds about the gamplay of a strat browseranyway gj. Was this answer helpful?
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  • almost four years ago
    Selena
    pspan class="comment-author"Robert span-/span /spanPictures look great like the intro with the white kicks. The wedding was anzaimg and plenty of goodtimes.. you guys did a great job putting everything together.. cant wait to kick some snow witcha's..span class="comment-time"December 30, 2011 4:55 pm/span/p
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