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February 25, 2011

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As someone that’s always looking for new and creative ways to emotionally scar his children, I am pleased to announce that I’ve come across a new product that will allow me to do just that while offering the added bonus of creeping me out as well.  I’m speaking of course of the ChumBuddy.

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    Kevin VanDam the 2011 Bassmaster Classic Champion:

    Kevin VanDam of Kalamazoo, Mich., dominated the 2011 Bassmaster Classic on the Louisiana Delta surrounding New Orleans on Sunday. In doing so, VanDam not only picked up $500,000 in cold hard cash, he did so in record-breaking fashion and cemented himself as the greatest bass angler to ever compete.

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  • February 17, 2011

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