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Ryan Braun Fan Located In Pocatello

Jul 22, 2013

"Let Him Juice”

Pocatello
, Idaho
– “I don’t have anything to apologize for,” said John L. Canard, 62, a Pocatello-based hedge fund manager who was identified as a Ryan Braun fan after an exhaustive nation-wide search.

“Let Braun juice all he wants," Canard growled in a very brief, impromptu, roadside press conference.  "What is this? Russia?"

A source close to Braun's non-profit action committee Americans For Ryan Braun told eTruesports that the committee would suspend further Braun fan searches.

"It's pretty much hopeless. Everybody thinks Ryan's a shithead, a phony and a liar," explained a dejected AFRB  supporter.   

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Reader Responses
Jul 23, 2013 10:19 PM
joe
Like the cute of yer jib sporty wind. We should meet. The old nabe ... i'll find you.  Cohiba
Jul 23, 2013 12:17 PM
sportywind
Das Vadonya my American comrades, I am pleased search is no longer continue. I do not know this fellow Ryan of which you speak. Regards to all peoples there.
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