[JPL] Alec Baldwin radio quote
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Thu Sep 4 19:21:00 EDT 2008
I 'm shocked, SHOCKED that radio jocks' salary "...may not be as much
as they pay [Alec Baldwin] in the movies"...
What planet does this guy live on??
On 9/4/08, Lazaro Vega <wblv.wblu.fm at gmail.com> wrote:
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