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80's tribute band lead singer and unnaturally occurring photobomb face eqquipped Tmo CEO gets the boot from AT&T CES party ( Also; haiattlolitrollu)

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http://ces.cnet.com/8301-35284_1-57616761/how-i-got-t-mobiles-ceo-kicked-out-of-at-ts-ces-party/

Roger Cheng @cnet appears to have had the most fun out of this, it kind of wrote the story for him I guess, so there is that. Also, just noticed the extra title Q, that is gonna drive some people nuts today. Top lel.

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