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Did Someone Demand More Spencer?

Production note:  the color of Spence's suit is a carefully blended composite made specifically for this video:  "Azure-Caribbean-Ocean-Blue-You've-Been-Sued."

Very sharp!


  1. The Captain Reports:

    4th DCA RULES ....

    New slip fall statute 768.0755 is not to be applied retroactively. Conflict certified with 3rd.

    PEMBROKE LAKES MALL LTD., a Florida Corporation; and MILLARD MALL SERVICES, LLC, a Florida Corporation,

  2. Dear Captain,

    I believe Mr. Aronfeld refers to these cases as TRIP and fall.

    Govern yourself accordingly.


    Aronfeld lover

  3. We call them negligently induced and procured ground ending fall events resulting in catastrophic harm to innocent individuals.

    But your mileage may vary.

  4. Spence has terrific skin. Bravo.

  5. Here's a new topic for Spence. Pizza humping can be dangerous. How dare they not tell you? Don't make love to your pizza. But if you do and you burn your dick or the cheese won't come off, call Spencer for Hire.

  6. All I can say right now is

    SUCK IT!

  7. Oooga!!! Spencer baby. Love the suit...the tie?? I'd like to see it toned down a bit. Mauve or mellow green or....a soft yellow. Also, Spencer baby, posture posture posture! Sit up straight like your mamma taught you!

    But over all, I'm loving it.


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