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Star Trek was kind enough to film a preview of the coming Greenwald trail


  1. The role of Norah Satie will of course be played by Lindsey Graham.

  2. This post is so obscure and I don't get any of it but it was nonetheless very funny. For some reason portuguese subtitles made it even funnier. Nice job.

  3. Thanks. If you have Netflix I'd recommend viewing the whole episode. Star Trek tem sempre o mais babes quente.

  4. Spencer Hates DecksJune 14, 2013 at 8:49 AM

    Collapsed deck at Aventura bar.

    Can a Spencer video be far behind?

    Fade in: Collapsed deck at Shuckers:
    Overlap: An Ambulance, a doctor in a white coat, a person is a hospital bed with a leg cast.

    Voice narration: I am Spencer Arronfeld. We all like a night out with out loved one. Dining and perhaps a drink on a terrace is a wonderful way to enjoy a warm south florida evening. But did you know that every year hundreds of people are injured when un-safe decks and terraces of restaurants collapse, sending terrified patrons into the water or tumbling down a hill?
    At Arronfeld law firm we recommend you carefully review the latest engineering report of any establishment before venturing out to any deck.
    If you or anyone you know have been injured due to the careless negligence of a restaurant's deck collapsing, please see a doctor immediately, and then call the lawyers at the Arronfeld firm for a free consultation.


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