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Thread: Ted Nugent at it again...




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    Ted Nugent in front of hundreds of students...talks about how he feels about the American DreamArticle...not long at alll
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    I agree and good for him

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    I also agree with what he 'taught' :D
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    I like the way he gets his point across even when its considered absurd by society
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    Ok leme just say my jaw just droped, as it's very rare that anyone would dare agree with me.

    anyway sometimes absurd is the only way to get the point across to an other-wise, well absurd society

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    I agreed the minute i posted the link...

    I Just won't get a headache to try change their thoughts...as long as it don't influence my way of living..and that how Ted prolly feels...
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