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  • @awolfeful
    11 August, 2020

    @safehousefilms So *is* this a joke? Because it seems very detailed and callous, and it’s not really a thing to jok… https://t.co/cD58RbupPG

  • @awolfeful
    11 August, 2020

    I will not out this friend, but she has been assaulting me with messages about psychics having told her friends ear… https://t.co/45Gy0JxcCl

  • @awolfeful
    11 August, 2020

    Once the Right figures out how to pronounce Kamala, they’re gonna test out Commie Kamala. Mark my words!

  • @awolfeful
    11 August, 2020

    @MutinyCo Hey don’t jack me out

  • @awolfeful
    11 August, 2020

    @MichaelKenKen A+ tweet

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April Wolfe

April Wolfe

April Wolfe is a regular film contributor at Voice Media Group. VMG publications include Denver Westword, Miami New Times, Phoenix New Times, Dallas Observer, Houston Press and New Times Broward-Palm Beach.

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