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There's a reason you still have Chris Johnson

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There's a reason you still have Chris Johnson

You want value....9 times outta 10, your not gonna get what you gave me sir.

I only made that deal because you annoyed me down and I decided I was gonna play for fun.

Lower your offers


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yeah yeah yeah

whatever man. it is what is

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please....stop making so

please....stop making so many posts about dealing him.

one day- on the block

another day- off

Just updated the one you already made.....

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alright i will do that

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And as far as playing

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''It's important to get out

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one day- on the block

one day- on the block

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There are a flurry of

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