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Thursday, October 11, 2007


We reap what we sow.

Comments on "Revolution"


Anonymous david said ... (10/11/2007 8:48 AM) : 


Oh my that was hilarious!

Great job on that Dave!


Blogger David said ... (10/11/2007 9:23 AM) : 

Great work my friend!


Blogger Jeff said ... (10/11/2007 9:19 PM) : 

OH MY, that should win an award!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (10/12/2007 12:00 AM) : 

HYSTERICAL! Thank you for sharing it! Great work, as usual.


Blogger David said ... (10/22/2007 5:13 PM) : 

I continue to watch this daily!! We got to get the word out that Dave Huth is back -- friends, vloggers, anonymous comment leavers, rise up! Rise Up!!


Anonymous Robert Croma said ... (10/23/2007 4:08 PM) : 

Genius...and very very funny. Thank you.


Blogger twocarpenters said ... (11/01/2007 8:28 PM) : 

That's exactly what they're thinking!

Here's another one:


Anonymous jpoole said ... (12/03/2007 8:47 PM) : 

You'd better hope that when she gets old enough, she doesn't really try to exact her revenge on you for this kind of blatant exploitation... :)


Blogger Serra said ... (12/11/2007 6:57 PM) : 

you always do amaze me.


Anonymous Foster (aka Perishbrave) said ... (4/08/2008 2:53 PM) : 

ok that was amazingly hilarious. VIVA LA REVOLUTION!!


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