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This Sunday the Dolphins travel to Indianapolis to play the Colts and Andrew Luck -- the girl many Dolphins fans wanted to take to the prom, but she was too unattainable so she laughed in our faces in front of the whole cafeteria as chocolate milk sprayed out of our nostrils in embarrassment.Let's l ... More >>
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Okay, so we don't think independent record stores in South Florida are going anywhere -- hello, Sweatstock, Record Store Day -- but that doesn't mean they're thriving everywhere else in the country. That's what I Need That Record: The Death or Possible Survival of the Independent Record S ... More >>
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