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Bruce Springsteen Signs Fifth Grader’s Absence Note

Bruce Springsteen loves to play endless marathon live shows, and people love to take their kids to those live shows. That means Springsteen has probably been responsible for more than a few school absences. And as reports, he’s taken responsibility for at least one of them, signing one kid’s absence note. The Springsteen fan […]
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