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Lou Diamond Phillips
@mikelking @LouDPhillips Spotted one the other day, The seedlings, they have nasty thorns. We call 'em Hambushes. :P pic.twitter.com/KikOAeSy9Y
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"He who lives in harmony with himself lives in harmony with the universe." --Marcus Aurelius #MotivationMonday pic.twitter.com/a0KstKIyT4
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@LouDPhillips Honor Flight WWII vets returning home to Houston from visiting WWII Memorial in DC pic.twitter.com/BSpNbtXnAz
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So my kid will devour a seaweed salad but won't touch Mac 'n' cheese or pizza #SushiNight pic.twitter.com/OoXGWrKi1T
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Proud to be a part of @BootCampaign raising awareness & funds for our military & their families. #BootsOn pic.twitter.com/UyfzQWfAan
@LouDPhillips My 22 y.o. daughter and her BF, and my 20 y.o. daughter have never seen YG's or YG's 2. Here we go... pic.twitter.com/13jZnEKM7m
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"It was as if she’d turned to stone just to keep from being forgotten." - 'Dry Bones' by @ucrosspop25 pic.twitter.com/Lds4E7ZqoU
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Kelli O'Hara, Ken Watanabe in Ravishing Broadway Revival of 'The King and I': Theater Review thr.cm/HxVmdQ pic.twitter.com/Va2bFMdMGA
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In action, too! 😉 RT@akakatie11:@LouDPhillipss Wanted to show my appreciation for your pic.#Louu'sLegspic.twitter.com/9WDQ7Dwt3CC”
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Nearly 40K FB Posse members...sure, no problem... LOL RT @Mindlessrobot37: Could you get Henry autographs 4 every 1 pic.twitter.com/dOWzwXeePK”
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