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    We are the Greatest Show in Pro Sports, The RAMS RULE!!!! I like that saying-------RAMS RULE!!!!!!!!

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    2 right

    Rams Rule

    ;)
    :helmet:
    GO CLAYMORES : DEAD BUT NOT FORGOTTEN

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    • #3
      Nice ring to it...

      Yes indeed, it has such a fine "ring" to it, the show, the record 12-2 and counting, RAMS RULE!
      Over and over, record it: RAMS RULE!!! :lid:

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