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  • Dope is probably just as thrilling and a lot less demanding of your time and money. on 25 Oct 2007 at 12: 25 pm Jane

    Writer Unboxed » Blog Archive » The Agent-Search Roller Coaster

  • Dope is as prevalent as "bubble gum" and alcoholism is like a "common cold."

    Collins, James Q.

  • ~BFG butrflygrl said: ay, SouthLondoner, i like the nickname Dope gave u: "SoLo" so ima use dat too kay?

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  • ~BFG butrflygrl said: ay, SouthLondoner, i like the nickname Dope gave u: "SoLo" so ima use dat too kay?

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  • ~BFG butrflygrl said: ay, SouthLondoner, i like the nickname Dope gave u: "SoLo" so ima use dat too kay?

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  • ~BFG butrflygrl said: ay, SouthLondoner, i like the nickname Dope gave u: "SoLo" so ima use dat too kay?

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  • The newspaper owners who were affected must have looked on with envy as a San Francisco-based biweekly somehow went unnoticed by the FBI, reaping the music industry's largess even while running a column called "Dope Notes," offering marijuana "roach clips" as a subscription bonus and publishing virulently left-wing articles.

    Let's Print It, Man

  • Today if you go into his store you will see a poem sitting on his counter writen by a young girl called Dope and it was written by yours truely.

    The Clog

  • Today if you go into his store you will see a poem sitting on his counter writen by a young girl called Dope and it was written by yours truely.

    The Clog

  • Curly Lambeau, George Calhoun began writing a piece called The Dope Sheet, which served as the official press release and game program from 1921-24.

    Packers.com

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