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Originally Posted by The Shrike View Post
^I insinuated on a few occasions that he was, in fact, Bindernagel. Though I'm confident he's not, he never stated so explicitly . . .

Anyway, from the deep recesses of his mom's basement and through a veil of dust from his latest bag of cheese puffs, that dude is a consummate troll.
To find the truth, follow the trail of Hot-Pocket wrappers.
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