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Bob Denver

This is a sad document that somehow, some foolish people still think that LA is the land of milk and honey. As with everyone that has their hopes and dreams crushed in California, I suspect they'll move up to Portland or Seattle still hoping to "make it." Really... go home. Stay true to your ...Read more

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