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Had to explain my “Save Farris…

Posted on Wednesday, October 3rd, 2012 under Status | No comments

Had to explain my "Save Farris" shirt to one TSA agent and defend our 80's kid citizenship to two others. Oh Phoenix. http://t.co/kAKP53An

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