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    Default Love affair with Harmonica? Disturbing.

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    I always knew Lincoln was too good to be true.....
    Life without water is tough, life without air is hard,life with one leg only is wobbly, Life without Reggie Miller, is impossible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 8.9_seconds
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    I always knew Lincoln was too good to be true.....
    Say what you want about the man, but he ain't bulletproof...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anthem
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    Say what you want about the man, but he ain't bulletproof...
    Good one
    Life without water is tough, life without air is hard,life with one leg only is wobbly, Life without Reggie Miller, is impossible.

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    Default Re: Love affair with Harmonica? Disturbing.

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    Say what you want about the man, but he ain't bulletproof...
    Touché. Nice play on words there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 8.9_seconds
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    I always knew Lincoln was too good to be true.....
    Hey man, Dylan has always had a love affair with the Harmonica. And after 40 years, it's still going strong, I might add.

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