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Girl Fight at Valley High School -- and the, Um, Brilliant Decision to Post it on Youtube *VIDEO*

Two girls at a Valley high school went a few rounds recently, and made the, um, brilliant decision to post video of the fight on Youtube.

It's a pretty brutal fight (as far as girl fights go) -- complete with a lot of hair pulling and off-balance punches.

So far, the video has 1,717 views in just under three days. If history tells us anything, law enforcement  eventually will catch wind of the brawl and determine what -- if any -- charges to file against the girls (see one of the girls' Twitter page here).

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We're tracking down more details about the identities of the girls -- and the exact school at which the fight occurred. Anyone with information is asked to e-mail us at James.King@newtimes.com.

Meantime, enjoy... 

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