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Time for another wry style self-promo piece. Started listening to Greg Proops: The Smartest Man in the World on Podcast last night and was in a constant state smirking and laughing.

A phrase he seems to throw in quite often at the end of a particular piece is, "…and shit like that."

I just find that a brilliant sign-off.








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