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What's All This About the Waffle? What is all this, you ask? This is not so much an answer, but an extended query. Followed by a lunch. That happened after the post. And kind of in the comments. Which is probably why it had the most comments.

Barney's Beanery Biatches A certain kind of person works at the popular Westside "sports" bar. Too bad no one could get some sports going on the television.

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How to Scam Del Taco and Go To Jail Robbery 101: Never boast about the $15 worth of Del Taco (????) you stole in a video...then post the video on YouTube.

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Photo Essay: March 15 Hollywood Anonymous Scientology Protest The second worldwide Anonymous protest against Scientology was held last weekend, in honor of L. Ron Hubbard's birthday, and we've got the pictures. Yeah, happy birthday, dude.

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