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While watching at YouTube the video of T.O.’s post-game comments after Sunday’s win over the Giants, we noticed another clip, which currently has enjoyed less than 30,000 views but which surely is on its way to 3 million.
A Dallas fan named Cowboy Chris recently set up shop within earshot of an attempt by ESPN’s Ed Werder to file a report from Valley Ranch. 
And Cowboy Chris started heckling Werder.
The whole thing took on a much more compelling quality when a member of the ESPN crew, who by all appearances would  otherwise be earning a living shuttling the boss of the North Jersey mob between his house and Satriale’s, dropped repeated “F” bombs on Cowboy Chris.
The five-minute clip is, in our view, priceless, primarily since it combines elements of several of our favorite shows. 
It takes on an Office-style feel when a mildly-amused security guard arrives on the scene and acknowledges that there’s really nothing that can be done about the situation. 
And then it conjures memories of the Seinfeld pinkie toe episode (sampled just last week in connection with Marion Barber’s injury), when Chris Moltisanti gets in the face of Cowboy Chris and threatens to come to his workplace and heckle him.
But enough talking.  Here it is. 
And as to the ESPN staffer who foolishly (and profanely) engaged Cowboy Chris while a camera was rolling, we wish you luck in your coming job search. 
We hear that Uncle Junior needs someone to take him to the doctor twice per week. 



UPDATE:  We’re hearing that the “F”-bomber in the video is a producer named “Sean.”  Said one source with knowledge of him, “He’s one of those guys who hangs out with the talent and acts like he’s the same.”

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  1. Randall Cunningham says: Dec 15, 2008 6:55 AM

    I hate the Cowboys – and their fans – but that was great.

  2. RobJH says: Dec 15, 2008 7:06 AM

    Jesus Christ, could you cram any more Sopranos references in?

  3. Mike Florio says: Dec 15, 2008 7:07 AM

    @RobJH . . . .
    our Lord and Savior is a bit tied up right now, so i’ll try to field this one in his absence.
    “no, but i tried.”

  4. TOsWetDream says: Dec 15, 2008 7:19 AM

    as an eagles fan, i cant stand the cowboys or anything associated with the star, but that is gold.

  5. xgbx says: Dec 15, 2008 7:30 AM

    Very exciting clash of douchebags.

  6. FlyingElvis says: Dec 15, 2008 7:40 AM

    Coolest. Security Guard. Ever.

  7. The Scribe says: Dec 15, 2008 7:43 AM

    When it comes to the Cowboys what do you expect… surrounded by people that are absolute pieces of turd. Runny, beer-drowned, turds.

  8. The Scribe says: Dec 15, 2008 7:48 AM

    …and when will ESPN realize that not everybody agrees with them, and the Cowboys are average, at best?

  9. sfitz76 says: Dec 15, 2008 8:07 AM

    That guy is “Fan of the Year.” (Even though he’s a scumbag Cowboy fan).

  10. LiveNBreath Football says: Dec 15, 2008 8:08 AM

    “‘He’s one of those guys who hangs out with the talent and acts like he’s the same.'” Because, of course, the “talent” is so intelligent and well-informed at ESPN.

  11. French_eaglesfan says: Dec 15, 2008 8:09 AM

    The “I work for ESPN, you think I worry about you” guy seem to be a nice guy. Maybe I’ll wory about him when I’ll be out of job.
    I hate the Cowboys but that’s not a reason to threat fan like shit just because you work on a big network.

  12. ClevelandSucks says: Dec 15, 2008 8:13 AM

    I agree with Randall Cunningham. HACK!!!!!!

  13. ebr362 says: Dec 15, 2008 8:16 AM

    Someone needs to get a life.

  14. Kevin from Philly says: Dec 15, 2008 8:29 AM

    Now, if the guy had been yelling at Jerry Jones instead of Werder, he’d probably would have been thrown in a room with Pacman and never seen again.

  15. Da Big G says: Dec 15, 2008 8:42 AM

    wait a minute. Your saying “Sean” is the foolish one? Am I missing something here, or does it look like the guy who obviously doesn’t have anything to do with his time than to heckle a freaking reporter is foolish? What the hell is he doin heckling a reporter? “You stir up controversey? As if it’s Werder’s fault that the Cowboys have serious chemistry issues. Maybe he should heckle his owner/GM/cheerleader-on-the-sidelines fro putting together this team. Besides, if Werder is such a hack, the only thing he’s doing by heckling him is make him feel big. Gee-whiz. Don’t hate da playa. Hate da game.

  16. inmymind says: Dec 15, 2008 8:42 AM

    That was great. The producer is ticked because CC is doing what ever single reporter does when they are trying to drum up a story. I have seen reporter after reporter yell similarly styled questioned at athletes, politicians and regular joe’s all the time. Do reporters/producers think they have the market cornered. People in every city should start a trend where they yell stuff at reporters trying to do a report.

  17. Da Big G says: Dec 15, 2008 8:44 AM

    “for” putting together this team.
    “And as to the ESPN staffer who foolishly (and profanely) engaged Cowboy Chris while a camera was rolling, we wish you luck in your coming job search.”
    So your telling me some producer will have trouble finding another job because he dropped a couple of F-bombs on the street to some idiot douchebag and some good-for-nothing posted it on YouTube?! Yeah, i’m sure this producer is now going to become a national sensation. Every future employer will now go, “Oh, your the guy from the Cowboy Chris YouTube clip? Sorry, you’ll have to look elsewhere.” Your makin it sound as if he’s an on-air personality who went on an on-air rant… Way to blow things out of proportion….

  18. Orangello_Jones says: Dec 15, 2008 8:52 AM

    I can’t believe anyone who actually watched that idiocy all the way through thinks this dork is anything but a toolbag of epic proportions. What kind of loser takes time out of his day to go down to the stadium and track down a reporter (while taking a cameraman with him) and then wastes Oxygen heckling a reporter who will forget the guy was even there 5 minutes after he leaves? This is all with the notion in mind that it’s a freaking football reporter, not a war correspondent who’s reporting on things that actually mater in life instread of a freaking game. Furthermore, Werder had nothing to do with the reports of the Fort Worth Paper who is saying TO and Witten almost came to fisticuffs and won’t talk to each other.
    The heckler is about as dumb as a box of rocks, he’s killing the messenger instead of taking to task the idiots who built this stellar team chemistry.
    Biggest NFL fan tweaker of the year, bar none. It’s better to be silent and thought a fool than speak and remove all doubt. Captain Cowturd aka HeckleBoy personifies that little saying. What a DORK!

  19. lourd says: Dec 15, 2008 8:53 AM

    3 words. That was awesome.

  20. Mistress Rachael says: Dec 15, 2008 8:54 AM

    How cool was that?????…Am not a Cowboy fan, but that guy should be on the field for the coin toss next game..the crowd would go crazy.
    Know what????….ESPN desreves that kind of treatment.
    That guy IS the homefield advantage.

  21. promichael says: Dec 15, 2008 8:57 AM

    Well the so called average Dallas Cowboys just beet the
    declining N.Y. Giants. Obviously the fan/heckler needs
    some help in how to correctly address the issue of Ed
    Werder making stuff up. Well in my opinion Ed Werder is
    not completely believable and neither is any other team
    sports reporter who will not reveal his or her sources.
    Well a reporter may indicate if I reveal my sources I
    would be out of business. What a great industry when a
    reporter can make stuff up lie and then use friends and
    fellow reporters to corroborate a story. I expected this
    type of heckling against Werder sooner. What is next?
    The Cowboys can not be on speaking terms with him after
    their victory over the Giants.

  22. sausage_mcgriddle says: Dec 15, 2008 8:58 AM

    UPDATE: We’re hearing that the “F”-bomber in the video is a producer named “Sean.” Said one source with knowledge of him, “He’s one of those guys who hangs out with the talent and acts like he’s the same.”
    as a skins fan (are there any of us left after yesterday?), I hate this guy. as just a plain dude, this is friggin hilarious.

  23. mrmagoo says: Dec 15, 2008 8:59 AM

    I figured Vox would have been heavier than that.

  24. The Jimmy says: Dec 15, 2008 9:02 AM

    That’s gold Jerry…..GOLD!

  25. jfiling says: Dec 15, 2008 9:04 AM

    This is classic First Amendment protected speech. Screw “Sean” from ESPN.

  26. no1pipelayer says: Dec 15, 2008 9:11 AM

    I gotta send props out to a Cowboy fan. Talk me down man.

  27. ralphie09 says: Dec 15, 2008 9:11 AM

    The cowboys suck, but that guy is awesome. I love it that a reporter can’t take the heckling, but espn “reports” when an athlete gets in any small scrape with a heckler, or the law. Shoes on the other foot for once. Sports reporters are your top shelf hacks in news, so it is nice to see the tables turned! Good for that guy!

  28. wingnut says: Dec 15, 2008 9:41 AM


  29. joeybuttafucco says: Dec 15, 2008 9:44 AM

    A Trio of Douchebags

  30. joeybuttafucco says: Dec 15, 2008 9:47 AM

    Anyone who carries a blackberry is a douchebag

  31. inmymind says: Dec 15, 2008 9:51 AM

    Da Big G and Orangello_Jones – you two must be a ball of fun? This guy is trying to make a name for himself and get some you tube material. This isnt a drunk shouting out whatnot’s while spilling beer down the back of a douchebag Giants fan or something. He has a plan and executed it brillantly. Reporters do this all the time, dopeymcnuts, get over your serious self and bring me some mothereffin syrup with my order.

  32. WalterSobchak says: Dec 15, 2008 10:01 AM

    I just got my chicken and biscuit from Mickey D’s….guess who took my 5 dolla’ bill……………yep…it was Sean…
    man that was fast!

  33. Romans58 says: Dec 15, 2008 10:05 AM

    @ RobJH
    Yes, you have freedom of speech, but what is freedom of speech without decency and actual nouns and verbs? Blatherskite!
    The ESPN producer could have handled the angry and bombastic Cowboys fan a little better. I agree the media and wanna be media (bloggers) love to muckrake, but to go and shout at them accomplishes what? A Youtube video? The fact is the only way to actually debunk Ed Werder’s report is by refuting it with facts to the contrary. All Cowboy Chris exhibits is he can stand in the street and make ad hominen attacks. To invoke the 1st Amendment in order to disrupt others 1st Amendment rights is very fatuous. I love Constitutional objectors, because they forget that the Constitution without order is futility.

  34. Mastro says: Dec 15, 2008 10:06 AM

    Defintely have to agree with everybody who says the Producer Sean is a tool. It’s a superiority complex that everybody at ESPN has. Every single one of them feels when it comes to sports they know more than everybody else and therefore they’re better than everybody else. I’d REALLY love to see somebody put together a network to take them down. Florio, can we make this happen??? Can PFTV joins forces with VS. and defeat ESPN in an old fashioned David vs. Goliath?? That’s all I want for Christmas, make it happen!

  35. Vox Veritas says: Dec 15, 2008 10:17 AM

    “I can’t believe anyone who actually watched that idiocy all the way through thinks this dork is anything but a toolbag of epic proportions. What kind of loser takes time out of his day to go down to the stadium and track down a reporter (while taking a cameraman with him) and then wastes Oxygen heckling a reporter who will forget the guy was even there 5 minutes after he leaves?”
    Probably same kind of guy that writes a 1,000 word essay on what he thinks about a guy that took time out of his day to go down and give Ed Werder some shit.

  36. Vox Veritas says: Dec 15, 2008 10:22 AM

    Love that people are getting all butt-hurt over Ed Werder taking some of the shit he gets a press pass to dish out. Ed wanted to be a personality instead of a reporter, now he’s getting what he wanted and you fools are crying over it hahaha
    Werder = Bayless

  37. east96st says: Dec 15, 2008 10:43 AM

    As a camera op, I can’t tell you how much that sucks for the camera guy and the audio guy. We don’t get to pick who our reporters are, we just get told to go and get the job done. It is HIGHLY likely that the camera op and the audio guy are freelancers who were just hired by ESPN for that particular shoot. So they REALLY could not have had LESS to do with the reports Werder files. They are both probably living in the Dallas area and are probably Cowboy fans. The heckler has every right to give Werder shit, but he also punishing two guys who are doing nothing more than trying to make a living. I have worked with numerous “Sean” types. He’ll blast the camera op for not picking a “better” location and he’ll throw the audio guy under the bus for not being able to make the guy leave. So, two guys who probably haven’t even worked with Werder before will end up being blacklisted at ESPN because Sean has to blame somebody and it ain’t EVER going to be Sean. Next time, let Werder file his report and THEN rip him a new asshole. Chances are the camera and audio guys will get a good laugh out of it AND will be able to keep their gig.

  38. Viper21 says: Dec 15, 2008 10:54 AM

    I find it hillarious. That is awesome. Most of these reporters are never held to any standards. They constantly badger pro atheletes to inflate stories but yet, they never answer any tough questions themselves. Reporters like Werder never think twice about reporting crap or asking drama questions to feed the drama story.
    Just like in the post game press conference. There were very few questions about how they beat the Giants… most questions to Romo, & T.O. were about the “drama”. Alot of reporters facilitate and or make the drama more than it is. I guess that is more exciting, or pulls more readers than, “Dallas, is starting to play pretty good”….

  39. CaptainFantastik says: Dec 15, 2008 11:09 AM

    It’s clear this unemployed Dallas fan (or florio for that matter) in that clip has no concept of how a journalist establishes relationships. When a player agrees to speak on a story under the condition of anonymity, it is the responsibility of the journalist to honor that if said player’s comments are put into print. You betray the trust of said player and it will get around quickly, and then nobody will talk to you again. Sorry, Cowboys fans but Werder is money as is Glazer. There’s no denying anything that was reported this week. Players were talking to Glazer as well about the exact same thing. So all the Dallas fans (like the loser in this clip) trying desperately to believe that all is peachy with TO and the Dallas locker room by claiming Werder made something up have been shot down in flames. I’d be embarrassed by this clip if I was a Dallas fan because it makes you all look like a bunch of unemplyed nerds who stick up for selfish ignorant losers like Terrell Owens and Pac Man Jones rather than taking a hard look at your team.

  40. Gitlin1 says: Dec 15, 2008 11:11 AM

    Looked to me like the ESPN employee handled the situation well. He tried to embarass the guy who was heckling Ed Werder and get him to leave so they could finish the taping. If I was ESPN I would tell him he did a good job. I don’t see any reason for a firing. Again, stop trying to cause controversy Florio. Just write “Check out this funny video of Ed Werder getting yelled at. Why do you have to put the “good luck on the coming job search”?

  41. NittAndy says: Dec 15, 2008 11:11 AM

    I hate the Cowboys, I hate their fans but CC is awesome.

  42. opie says: Dec 15, 2008 11:14 AM

    If Cowboy Chris has the time, go get ’em! About time that the very people that create drama get called to the carpet! These guys, like Werder, have been doing it for years with no culpability.
    Heckle the hecklers! And the “what if I come to your work” line doesn’t float when your job is to heckle the professional players by stirring up drama on t.v. to millions of fans. I have no dawg in this fight, being an Eagles’ fan, but think it’s awesome that someone did this!
    ESPN has become the Hollywood Insider for sports. Can’t stand their bias and if Fox would get their act together I would completely stop watching ESPN. As of right now, I only watch live sporting events via them anyway. Their shows are lady-like drama!

  43. ChrisJNelson says: Dec 15, 2008 11:17 AM

    As funny as the video is, the fan is pretty much wrong about everything.

  44. Vox Veritas says: Dec 15, 2008 11:32 AM

    “To invoke the 1st Amendment in order to disrupt others 1st Amendment rights is very fatuous.”
    The media does that all the time.

  45. ShootahCowboy says: Dec 15, 2008 11:43 AM

    Werder wants to be a Mortenson or a Sean Salisbury, but he simply can’t do it. The only way he can get on the air is to fabricate or embellish on the Cowboys.
    The guy is right, Werder is a hack. I’m sure Werder will enjoy his next job at the National Enquirer or TMZ.

  46. Vox Veritas says: Dec 15, 2008 11:44 AM

    “As a camera op, I can’t tell you how much that sucks for the camera guy and the audio guy. We don’t get to pick who our reporters are, we just get told to go and get the job done. It is HIGHLY likely that the camera op and the audio guy are freelancers who were just hired by ESPN for that particular shoot.”
    I agree. That said, they probably work by the hour or are on a salary. If that was the toughest part of “Sean’s” day then he’s a pretty lucky guy. Next time, maybe they should set it up in one of their Microtel Suites or something.
    “So, two guys who probably haven’t even worked with Werder before will end up being blacklisted at ESPN because Sean has to blame somebody and it ain’t EVER going to be Sean.”
    Then it’s ESPN’s mistake.

  47. homebruer says: Dec 15, 2008 11:45 AM

    I laugh at how every loudmouth moron wants to hide behind his so called “freedom of speech” rights.These rights were not intended for idiots with a loud mouth to stand on the street and shout like a braying jackass as loud and as long as they want to.The freedom of speech protects people (even werder)from having a government official from standing on the set making sure he tell us how great the state run sports teams are doing.I hate espn with a passion but to continue to hear assbags abuse the “freedom of speech” excuse is getting old.

  48. wingnut says: Dec 15, 2008 12:29 PM

    Is that Vox????

  49. Orangello_Jones says: Dec 15, 2008 12:41 PM

    “Probably same kind of guy that writes a 1,000 word essay on what he thinks about a guy that took time out of his day to go down and give Ed Werder some shit.”
    Awww what’s wrong Vox, it takes you more than about 30 seconds to type the few paragraphs I did above and that translates to 1000 words?
    You could be right, but not quite as dorky and insecure of a tweaker as the hypocritical -pot meet kettle- knuckle dragger who writes 5 times as much on the same topic and faithfully anything else Cowboy related. How much time do you spend posting on this site anyway ya lightweight?
    Besides I never left my PC. That dork got in his car, wasted gas, wasted someone elses time (cameraman), and then actually went and heckled a reporter. Thus proving just how pathetically lame and lifeless he is that a freakin Sports reporter can get under his skin enough to do anything more than talk or type a few posts about it. I mean cripes who gives a crap? If it’s not true then it doesn’t matter and if it is then its HUGE news that the starting WR and TE have problems with each other that almost lead to fist fights when you’re in the middle of a playoff push.

  50. stadanko says: Dec 15, 2008 3:36 PM

    T.O. has reason to lie about Ed Werder. Ed Werder has reason to lie about T.O. It’s hilarious to watch two of the biggest drama queens in football have a public feud.

  51. mcchater says: Dec 15, 2008 4:43 PM

    faq espn and all there douchbag employees

  52. phillyburdzfan says: Dec 15, 2008 4:45 PM

    This video is full of douchebags.

  53. Scientific says: Dec 15, 2008 4:46 PM

    Everyone in this video needs to get a life.
    Speaking as someone who’s been in the producer’s position, stuff like that is incredibly annoying. He has a right to do what he’s doing, as “Sean” had the right to tell him off. But does that make what either guy did right?

  54. liquidgrammar says: Dec 15, 2008 4:50 PM

    Ed Werder and the dude that threw the shoes at George W. Bush…….
    Coincidence? I think not!!!!

  55. Duss says: Dec 15, 2008 5:17 PM

    Cowboy Chris should get a job.
    Anyone who is that affected by a report needs his head examined, but it was still the funniest thing ever

  56. liquidgrammar says: Dec 15, 2008 5:20 PM

    Captain Fantastik – I’m going to take advice from a man who names himself after a kitchen cleaner! Bite me!! Who do you root for, Buffalo?!

  57. AKQJ10 says: Dec 15, 2008 6:07 PM

    I watched Cowboy Chris get escorted out of Texas Stadium by the cops at last nights Giants/Cowboys game for heckling Werder. This morning I saw this video. Yep, same guy. Too funny.

  58. raiderfan2k4 says: Dec 15, 2008 6:14 PM

    Even though I’m a Raider fan, Cowboy Chris is the MAN!!!!!
    ED Werder is a douchebag, always stirrin up the pot even when things he reports are true

  59. Jackson1 says: Dec 15, 2008 8:47 PM

    I told you guys when the story broke that it was false and made up…BECAUSE he wouldn’t name sources. The reference to Bradie James being moderator at times is laughable. At any time during a season things get heated. if players don’t speak their minds in a competitive environment then they simply do not care.
    Witten, Owens and Romo are competitors who want to win. if they see something they don’t like then it’s their RIGHT to say something. just like this fan had the right to call out Werder for being a hack journalist which everyone in the DFW metroplex has known for quite some time now. Owens has refused to talk to Werder all season so he finally made up a story to get back at him. Egg is now on his face for it and I’m surprised he’s allowed back on Valley Ranch premises after this.
    I love to see ESPN look like idiots………which lately happens a lot.

  60. CT Stiller says: Dec 15, 2008 9:25 PM

    After watching this entire video, I’ve come up with the following:
    – Cowboy Chris looks to be a mentally unstable individual
    – He’s also entertaining
    – While “Sean” appears to be a tremendous doosh, did he really say/do anything anyone else in his position wouldn’t have said or done? I actually thought he showed decent restraint. I’m curious what others who are bashing him would do if you had been in his position (forget that he works for ESPN for a moment)
    – Ed Werder is a weasel, I really couldn’t care less if his broadcast was interrupted. But he shouldn’t have to reveal any sources, and unless he outright lied about his reports he’s done nothing wrong
    – Florio should be siding with Werder as a follow journalist (debatable)
    – “I work for ESPN” was not a boast, it was that guy’s way of saying that Cowboy Chris has no life and probably no job. After seeing him, does anyone actually disagree with that?

  61. Treez says: Dec 15, 2008 11:09 PM

    Why was ESPN guy a douche? His sweatshirt was zipped up a little too tight, it took him 3 half assed attempts before he finally grew the gonads to walk up to the guy and even then he never squared up to deliver his message.. also kept his hands in his pockets the whole time. He’s an errand boy trying to show off to his bosses by pretending like he did something about the situation.

  62. snake_11s says: Dec 16, 2008 12:48 AM

    “I work for ESPN”, Dude you are doing Ed Werder interviews in the parking lot.
    Not exactly on the A-list, does that line score many women?
    CC… a little over the top if you were not just walking by and saw this going on.
    Had to be pre-meditated.
    So we wasted tax-payer money for the cops to show up, (I am sure no drug deals were going down in Big-D).
    Very entertaining but it exposed 2 sick individuals who should be monitored and medicated.

  63. happybunny says: Dec 16, 2008 10:01 AM

    Funny as shit!!!

  64. Jimmy Justice says: Dec 16, 2008 1:20 PM

    This would be funny if it weren’t so pathetic in nature. A grown man embarrassing himself by heckling ? I think to even care enough to go to this extreme is embarrassing. But the funniest part of this is watching this adult baboon heckle himself out of the Cowboy game on Saturday. Camera confiscated, ticket confiscated, and removed from the stadium. Now THAT was funny. Who would want their kids to see this kind of behavior let alone buying tickets expensive as they are, and having to sit near this type of fool. I couldn’t care less if Ed were demeaning Jesus Christ 3 times a day it wouldn’t entice me to make a fool of myself, my family, and to annoy people who have better things to do. So “Cowboy Chris,” lets say hearing you tell anyone that you will “be everywhere they are,” on camera, with sound, is building a case of stalking using your own words, and if that weren’t enough, making a fool of yourself and disturbing the enjoyment of others who pay dearly to bring their kids and family to a Cowboy game will get you at the very least loose teeth, and in due time arrested, making being removed from the Cowboy game Saturday seem like a picnic.

  65. armageddon says: Dec 16, 2008 1:21 PM

    the guys got a point when he talks about werder only using anonymous sources on this one… reminds me of one scott templeton from baltimore you might know

  66. NinerNation says: Dec 16, 2008 1:26 PM

    First off, the Cowboy fan is a puss. His voice lowered and dropped his head whenever ‘Sean’ came up to him. Classic ‘I’m a puss’ behavior. He feels like a big man when he’s shouting nonsense at Ed Werder. Lets not forget that the Cowboys are one screwed up team right now who’s chemistry is similar to that of a septic tank. If I was Sean, I would have just beat the hell out of the guy, gone to jail, bailed myself out, and found another job. Some people need to be told to shut up in a way they won’t forget.

  67. curiousjamal says: Dec 17, 2008 12:04 AM

    This heckler was a clown. Let me get this right the reporter protects his source and then he has to be subjected to this clown? I think that if the guy from ESPN was reprimanded for his confrontation he is the real victim of this out of work clown.

  68. BigKev75 says: Dec 17, 2008 9:52 AM

    I was in Dallas for the Giants game on Sunday nite. My seats were front row in the endzone and for 90 minutes before the game this same clown was harrassing Werner the entire time. When Werner finally walked away, so did Cowboy Chris – it seemed like he was following him. Crazy Stuff.

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