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(NJ.com)   Just when you decided to get rid of cable TV, you learn that Trey Parker and Matt Stone are producing a saltwater fishing show starring Les Claypool and Dean Ween   ( nj.com) divider line
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2013-01-28 10:14:39 AM  
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omeganuepsilon: untaken_name: omeganuepsilon: How eloquent. I'm sure everyone will take your word for it, your words are inarguable, really.

Not a Primus fan, eh? That's OK. Nobody's perfect.

I'm not a groupie, so I didn't know that line from a T-shirt 20 years or so ago, sue me.

if i recall correctly, www.primussucks.com is their official website. it's been a while since i've visited said website, but seems the last time i visited it, that was the url. so, it's not just a line from a 20 year old t-shirt. any fan of primus knows the warcry "primus sucks". we should put up a cyclone fence around you to keep you from becoming a danger to society, like those loons down at the dmv.
2013-01-27 09:58:25 AM  
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"Push the little fishies and make them come up"
2013-01-27 09:19:38 AM  
1 vote:
The premise of this show is pretty much to watch people with cooler and more interesting friends than you enjoying their recreation time.
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