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more pics from Philly




1) Ken Rumble getting ready to wet willy Randall (his morning wake-up call. (Wish I looked that sexy w/out my shirt on)

2) Todd and Laura with punk rock legend Mickey (he toured with the sex pistols back in the day. Now he sells his outsider art)

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