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2008
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serious messenger bag: KEIRIN NIPPON (SAG X Kalavinka)

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2008
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LEGO Brick Timeline: 50 Years of Building Frenzy and Curiosities

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2008
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Lady Bitch Ray vs. D-Flame | thanx micc

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2008
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UNDERCOVER 08 SPRING-SUMMER “SUMMER MADNESS

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2008
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agent-provocateur 2nd prize: Christoph Goetschi and Giancarlos Moos. hip hip hurra!

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2008
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Max Küng – Selbstversuch: Schweinsbraten in Cola

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2008
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Flat Beat: Bubblegum Sequenzer, via Spreeblick

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2008
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Die hessische Alternative für Puffhausfrau und Menschenfleisch: Kadim Sanli, via bleed

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2008
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MEAT IS STILL MURDER

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2008
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more than a classic! Der Tobi & Das BoMorgen Geht Die Bombe Hoch
hi-res version anyone?

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2008
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The song is believed by many to refer to smoking joints, due to references to paper, dragon (“draggin’”), puff (smoke), and traveling “along the cherry lane” (the burning ember of a cigarette or joint is called cherry, and moves up as the cigarette’s length as it burns). Because of this, the song became a hippie anthem. The authors of the song have repeatedly and vehemently denied any intentional drug reference. Peter Yarrow himself insists that “Puff” is about the hardships of growing older, not drugs. But in January 2004 as Yarrow was on the campaign trail with personal friend and presidential hopeful John Kerry, Kerry was reportedly videotaped gesturing as if puffing a marijuana joint as Yarrow sang “Puff”.

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2008
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Puff the Magic Dragon, Live!

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2008
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Fail, via DTYBYWL

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