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Disney = Death! (Also: Happy Memorial Day!)

"You may leave from Mars, you may leave from Uranus....."



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  1. what an asshole.

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  2. Happy Memorial Day, SFL. :)

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  3. Now we're talking.

    3:29, jealous.

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  4. MIC- DISNEY'S AT SEA
    KEY- WHY, BECAUSE I'M SPENCER

    a-r-o-n-f-e-l-d mouse.

    spencer aronfeld mouse
    spencer aronfeld mouse
    when you need to sue disney
    you need to make the mouse a louse

    who's the leader of the club
    who's made for you and me
    spen-cer aronfeld

    Hi. I'm Spencer Aronfeld.
    I'm not afraid of no mouse.
    Hurt your back on space mountain?
    CALL ME .
    Slip and fall in it's a small world?
    CALL ME
    Roto Virus on a bug infested Disney Cruise?
    CALL ME CALL ME CALL ME

    When you need to sue disney, there's nothing funny about it.
    CALL ME.

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  5. A couple observations.

    1. Spence looks like he's been binging. The suit is wrinkled. Bags under the eyes.

    2. Skipping the gym. He looks like a sausage, stuffed into his bar mitzvah jacket. Whomever gets shot with that button when it pops will sue him. Face is puffy.

    3. Who folded his pocket square ?

    4. The hairline is receding.

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  6. why doesn't he have someone to hold an umbrella so that ill-fitting suit does not get wet? maybe it shrunk in the rain?

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  7. It takes an army of people "responsible for his image" to make him look like a dude who buys one suit a year off the rack, never has it cleaned, and it fit him 29 pounds ago?

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  8. A picture of a true "dipshit".

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  9. haters gotta hate

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  10. Lol....losers gotta lose.....

    Poor guy....doesn't know he's an ass clown

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  11. A true ass clown who brought his mommy and daddy to a contempt hearing before Judge Simon. A whimpy little prick with no jury appeal or talent.

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  12. The road can be brutal. LA, Orlando and NYC in a week.

    No wonder Spenny looks a little tired. But by the new car he's driving--he's laughing all the way to the bank.

    Haters gonna hate...

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  13. What a low rent hack . Joke of the bar . No respect . A self hating buffoon.

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  14. what ever car he is driving was probably bought by his mommy and daddy. This guy is a total jerkloser. and a disgrace to the bar. I doubt he has any clients and the few who would hire this asshole are brainless and will lose their case anyway.....

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  15. Amazing how jealous other peoples suuccess can make people. Keep it real Spencer, ignore the haters.

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  16. Ignore the haters Spency!

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