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Desc:Homeless and noticeably more unhinged, spikebravo brags about making in one day recycling cans
Category:Humor, Horror
Tags:homeless, sadness, Cans, spikebravo
Submitted:asian hick
Date:11/08/10
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Comment count is 10
Smellvin - 2010-11-08
In a way, he's kind of lucky to be able to get so excited about something so trivial.
The Townleybomb - 2010-11-08
This is really not as unhinged as a lot of his old videos.
asian hick - 2010-11-09
Maybe, but his whole stream-of-consciousness rant at the beginning about making "that joke" and getting flagged on Youtube followed by insane laughter is pretty bizarre. Heath Ledger couldn't have made that more crazy and terrifying

Enjoy - 2010-11-09
Meth mouth?
chumbucket - 2010-11-09
The Mouth Of Madness

dinner - 2010-11-09
Easily the most disturbing episode of Get a Life.
memedumpster - 2010-11-09
Shit, he looks happy to me. More than he used to be.
Adham Nu'man - 2010-11-09
I agree. Perhaps more of POEtv's exhibits could be improved by going hobo.

Pillager - 2010-11-09
A Chris Chan, Spike Bravo, Dwayne & Bill buddy picture;

"The Rapes of Wrath"

Nicolas Cage as Chris.

John Malkovich as Spike.

Christopher Walker as Bill Greathouse.

Dwayne Holloway portrayed by the same special effect crew that did John Carpenter's "The Thing"




Konversekid - 2010-11-09
Cayans, and plastic bottles.
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