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"Murphy was an optimist!"

Youth culture killed my dog April 25, 2007 6:21 am

Posted by Doug McCaughan in : Publishing, Video
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Thanks to Nalts I think I finally get Renetto! Watch Being Renetto Part 1 and Part 2 to understand his genius. But I am still at a bit of a loss over Mr. Pregnant.

Update: Nalts explains. And Renetto plug the Nalts video with a teaser. And yes the joke pulls in the family. Renetto is Paul Robinett.

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1. Reality Me » Welcome New Readers! - April 29, 2007

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