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I Love You Spencer B. Toklas!



I must be high as a kite because I see a lawyer wearing a yellow and beige checkered jacket, pink striped shirt, and a blue and pink paisley tie talking with David Kotler about medical marijuana.

Oh the times, they are a changin'!


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  1. I have been waiting for my promised LSD flashbacks for 30 years. When are they coming? RIP OFF!!!

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  2. OMG where do you find such fashion sense?

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  3. The babe is kinda hot. And if I high she would be a definite instead of a maybe.

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  4. i think he looks fantastic!

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  5. He is pretty brave to wear something non-traditional or boring. It shows he has got style and personality.

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  6. Well, the shirt has pink, the jacket has pink, and the pocket square has pink, maybe instead of bashing someone's wardrobe you should actually find something worth talking about. How about something that has to do with law....... just a thought.

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  7. SFL is not bashing. 534 is a moron.

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  8. Anyone notice the back of his collar is folded up? New fashion statement? Partial popping of the collar?

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  9. He's done more for Spencer than his stupid ads have ever done.

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  10. Wait until you all meet Spencer 3000!

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  11. Why is no one commenting on David's outfit???

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  12. David sounds like a competent attorney. No need to criticize him for reasonable conduct. Spencer on the other hand...
    It's funny how polarizing this doosh is. It's as if he emails his employees, friends and family whenever SFL posts something about him so they can make nice or defensive comments in response to the other 95% percent of the community who find him and his efforts depressing and morally repugnant.

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