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Yippee-Kai-Yay, Motherf%$*@# [Sam Schube] alerts us that six sanitation trucks are lined up on Broadway and 113th–EXACTLY of like that scene in Die Hard with a Vengeance when $140 billion of gold is carted away in dump trucks. A word to the wise: keep an eye on your bricks, friends.

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    @wow holy shit, thank god other people here love this movie

  • dumb says:

    @dumb christ these things were loud. kept me up all night. asshole garbage men.

  • hat tip says:

    @hat tip whoa spec got a redesign

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    @anonymous if spec plays their cards right, (i.e. properly using their 100 or so people that are producing content on a daily basis) then spectrum is going to legitimately PWN bwog

  • ... says:

    @... You can curse. It’s okay. We’re all adults here.

    1. nah man says:

      @nah man you don’t wanna f. with the K-tripleC – they’re exorcise your curse demons broski, keep it stright

      [and money post bwog]

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous agreed

  • Bwog, I love you says:

    @Bwog, I love you This is the greatest thing on Bwog, ever.

    1. Nuriel Moghavem says:

      @Nuriel Moghavem Sam Schube is the greatest thing on Bwog ever.

  • just watched die hard - says:

    @just watched die hard - best. (head)line. ever.

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