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August 25, 2009

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"It is a time-honored ritual, sure as snow in winter and the Lions losing in fall, that every summer, someone will claim Hoffa is buried somewhere, and the cops will then dig an expensive hole.

"This hadn’t happened for three years now, and I was really starting to worry. But tonight I can look at the ceiling, and think, “they are looking for Jimmy Hoffa again. Everything is going to be all right.”

Hilarious--thank you for the laugh.

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