Vic Mignogna: Dismissed with Prejudice (Episode 97)

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One Reply to “Vic Mignogna: Dismissed with Prejudice (Episode 97)”

  1. Thank you! and not for nothing “leaving the door open” and having a screen door and the main door open are two different things. As someone who lives in a warm climate it’s not out of the realm of possibility now that we have cooler nights for someone to want a bit of fresh air coming in and latching their screen door but opening the front door.

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