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3d DCA Watch -- Richer By Far With a Satisfied Mind Edition!

They show me to the door
They say don’t come back no more
’Cause I don’t be like they’d like me to
And I walk out on my own
A thousand miles from home
But I don’t feel alone
’Cause I believe in you

Although often derided and mocked in real time for his sudden turn to evangelical Christianity, Dylan produced a substantial body of music during this period, including a credible gospel album, Saved.

But that restless mind was not satisfied, and the wandering minstrel moved on to his next fascination, carrying the complexities of eternal salvation with him to this day.

Oh, was I supposed to be doing a 3d DCA Watch?

But what about this insane story?

Or, even worse, this one?

Ok, let's bunker people:

This guy had fun at Ultra:
In March 2009, Daher, a Brazilian citizen, visited Miami to attend a music festival and a party at a Miami Beach hotel. Pacha sponsored the hotel party. On the day of the party, Daher had a change of heart and decided to sell his tickets for face value near the hotel. Unbeknownst to him, three alleged employees of Pacha (bouncers or security guards) assumed that he was attempting to sell counterfeit tickets. After a buyer paid for the tickets in cash, one of the employees allegedly grabbed Daher around the neck and placed him in a chokehold. Another employee took the cash and tickets and ripped the tickets apart. The employees then allegedly hit Daher in the face repeatedly, causing severe injuries. He received treatment for his injuries at a local hospital. He then returned to Brazil.
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