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TMQ Lives!

Ok, that headline could be cooler. Just imagine that it's 40 years ago. And that you're in a NYC subway. And instead of reading a blog, you're reading some graffiti. And instead of "TMQ", it says "Frodo".

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Alright, it was a stretch. Sue me. I've got Barry White as my legal counsel. This is exciting news. I'm so excited I need to go beat on Kid Mayo with my Titanium Pimpstick™.

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Latigo Flint said…
Kid asked what the "TM" meant. I told him it stands for "Thwack Meat" 'cause that's what you do with Titanium Pimpsticks. Now Kid thinks you're the coolest person ever.

(Of course, The Kid sometimes tries to kill and steal the lives of people he thinks are really cool so don't stop locking your door at night.)
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