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June 24, 2007

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vagrant

Those little girls were great. I expect to see them during the next Love Fest on their own DnB float. They're allready dressed up for it!

scout

I love the little Johnny Depp box where you can see his expression as the girls do their bit. A couple times, he looks like he's just barely holding it together.

Also, I always wonder if celebrities ever see these shows again, or if they just head off to their own countries and forget about it.

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