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    The Muppet Show performance of The Gambler was one of the most memorable things I have ever seen.

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    I once woke up wasted wearing an Arby's uniform in in my car, which was parked in front of the entrance to a Kenny Rogers' Roasters restaurant.

    His work with the First Edition is pretty rad and I don't care what anyone thinks, I actually really enjoy The Gambler movies and some of his hokey country stuff.

    This clip is rad. I think he's wearing an earring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darcy Parker View Post
    The Muppet Show performance of The Gambler was one of the most memorable things I have ever seen.
    Quoted for truth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Jane View Post
    I once woke up wasted wearing an Arby's uniform in in my car, which was parked in front of the entrance to a Kenny Rogers' Roasters restaurant.

    His work with the First Edition is pretty rad and I don't care what anyone thinks, I actually really enjoy The Gambler movies and some of his hokey country stuff.

    This clip is rad. I think he's wearing an earring.

    And his drummer is Mickey Jones!

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    Kenny Rogers always makes me think of weekends at my grandparents who were big fans of all things Kenny and Dolly and who would play his records constantly, whilst I overdosed on the sugary drinks that my parents wouldn't let me have, and trying to find something worth watching on their Beta format machine that wasn't The Gambler.
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