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Our Romantic Vegas Getaway | The Night Shift
- Published on Mar 1, 2022 veröffentlicht
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on today's episode, i do my best to hang on to my quickly-fading youth, we ponder the meaning of the infamous conversation pit, take a journey to vegas with some beautiful women including the former prime minister of england, logan wins a metric ton of money while i lose all of mine, and a night shift family member gets the chance of a lifetime.
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so you work the night shift? so do we. we can get thru this together. a random collection of news, stories, weather, and other random unplanned happenings. and tons of buttery toast.
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