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George Harrison(Tree) Killed By ‘Beetles’

George Harrison is DEAD. Well, you knew that, but now so is his tree. There was a famous band by the name of Bachman Turner Overdrive that once sung to us “You ain’t seen nothin’ yet”. Though, their grammar left something to be desired, they have been proven true, time and time again. Los Angeles,
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