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January 30, 2008


Raquel TWG

It's funny how this whole thing started from one post of mine. It's not my video so I'm not asking for credit but yeah I can't believe I started this revolution. Haha. Rhett and Link must love me for helping them gain so many fans (:

You're lucky you got to meet them, I love those guys!


Nice job harmonising there too!!! The ahh, ahh, ahh's just made the song a winner!!!


I remember that from last year. I remember holding my breath, waiting for someone to start a thread on the boards saying how upset they were that Mac was singing "I'm easy." *insert rolling eyes smiley here* Thankfully, it didn't happen, but weird stuff like that does pop up from time to time. And hey, I see your tour mates on there, too!


That is really funny! My husband and I have a term for sneaking into events with fake, or even no, credentials. We like to call it: Foo Fighting. We Foo Fought our way into the front row of a Cheap Trick show last year. Fun stuff!


haha wow... this video made it from Raquel's site, to shaun's to your's... pretty sweet!


So funny! That is classic stuff right there.

Jamon Abercrombie

that's awesome! and Mac knocked it out, too.
thanks for posting that.


that was hilarious!! I love it.
But Mark, you didn't help Mac sing! Don't talk much??


Thanks for posting that! We got a good laugh this morning from it...

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