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December 02, 2012


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That was hysterical But also WAY up at the top is when Marie Irons Roberts lucky suite and she burns a hole in it before his interview. Before the interview she contacted the interviewer and apologized for ruining Robbie's lucky suite. She kept digging a hole for Robbie deeper and deeper in embarrassment and he naturally does not get the job. Really hysterical.

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