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Thanks for the Flashback, Spencer!

 
I got fixated on the giant pulsating, yellow gremlin-y face/apparition that kept slowly moving back and forth behind Spencer and the next thing you know side 2 of Dark Side kept repeating in an endless loop until I got up to get something to drink and finally I fell asleep watching Wizard of Oz.

Btw I billed 6.2 during all that -- thanks Spence!

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  1. Clicking heels three times & repeating "There's No Place Like Home"

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  2. I do my best work unconscious!

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  3. I feel like I'm on shrooms. His head is pulsating.

    GB

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  4. What if south florida lawyer is spencer and is just using this blog for more exposure?!

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  5. MY HEAD IS MELTING!!!

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  6. I always love a good conspiracy theory, but SFL is not Spence. Of course my saying this could all be part of the plot!

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  7. My new associate's name is Spencer. One day he came into my office and told me he hated his name. I told him there was nothing wrong with the name Spencer, to which he responded, "There was nothing wrong with my name, until I was about 12 years old and that no talent ass clown started chasing ambulances and blogging!"

    I suggested he just go by 'Spence' instead of 'Spencer', which caused him to exclaim, "No way, why should I change? He's the one who sucks!"

    Now I have an angry associate with an illegible signature. Thanks SFL.

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  8. SFL Can't be spencer. If it was, we would be subjected to his melting head and rants on a regular basis - he couldn't resist the additional publicity. So it obviously is not.

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  9. Autostabilization on youtube. Getting fancy with it

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  10. Someone should give this guy a reality show. Would you watch SFL?

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  11. Someone should give this guy a reality show. Would you watch SFL?

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  12. I like to watch.

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  13. I am ready for more Aronfeld.

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