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2 hours ago, DirtyDigz said:

Thanks.  Now I can't get "Nooooooot Hill-a-reeeeeeeeee" out of my head.

So honestly, is that more annoying than her laugh?

In the future those two sound bites will be used as repetitive audio clips to assist in breaking down prisoners of war.

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4 minutes ago, 45Doll said:

So honestly, is that more annoying than her laugh?

In the future those two sound bites will be used as repetitive audio clips to assist in breaking down prisoners of war.

I’d rather be water boarded than have to look at her, or hear her voice. 

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