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  • @awolfeful
    15 October, 2018

    @alissamarie Considering the competition...

  • @awolfeful
    15 October, 2018

    @averybigbear Wouldn't it be amazing? Can you imagine the scene of the heroes wandering into Russ' and just getting… https://t.co/cvxbjMJ4eX

  • @awolfeful
    15 October, 2018

    @alissamarie It is at least better than Jars of Clay. ?

  • @awolfeful
    15 October, 2018

    Anyway, it's a good argument for regional filmmakers to keep making regional films. Coogler has Oakland. Romero had… https://t.co/WCC7dmaSne

  • @awolfeful
    15 October, 2018

    @jasondashbailey I did not know that's where the argument was going to end up from where it started, but I should not be surprised.

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