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    the reward has been raised!

    for reasons known only to myself, the reward for the return of the real allen levine has been raised to 50 cents.
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    Do I hear a buck $2.98. I know he's priceless so we have to start somewhere.
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    sorry bart, as the one offering the reward, i get to set the amount, and it's still at 50 cents. it started out at 25 cents. who knows what those alien divvils are doing with our poor allen....
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    I'll offer a pastrami sandwich (from NYof course)
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    Well I won't expect you to ransom me then. The raw ingredients for the human body are worth more than 50 cents. Heck I think the water that is part of the ingredients is worth more than 50 cents. I'll bet you payed more for what ever drink your drinking.

    Inexpensive is inexpensive but cheap is .....well you know. he he he.....
    "Forget the flat stuff slap something on the spinny thing and lets go, we're burning daylight" Bart Leetch
    "If it ain't round you may be a knuckle dragger""Turners drag their nuckles too, they just do it at a higher RPM"Bart

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    i'll take the pastrami, as long as they've trimmed off most of the fat....

    the reward is still 50 cents, but, there has been an allen sighting at a lumber yard in bellemeade kentucky, more details to follow....
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    i thought i saw him headed towards the canadain border.. think he is headed to see rob
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    I think FWW has a bunch of loose nuts. I'd say, "You crack me up." however, getting cracked is hard on nuts.

    I think I have said enough.

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    Then there is the screw ball in Oceanside, So. Calif.
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    He's free to hole up here in the wilds of Nevada anytime. We'll get some cowboy hats and give those bounty hunters a thing or two to think about.
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