Welcome to the Land

Episode 229 February 03, 2022 00:22:26
Welcome to the Land
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BTG For President Episode #229

The stereotypes of Los Angeles could be true, but it’s not as bad as shared. The running joke of not being allowed to wear certain colors, has turned into an old narrative. With that said…don’t be stupid. This huge event can turn early 90’s real fast.

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