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People Love This Shirtless Dude Rocking Out To Slayer During Hurricane Matthew

Let’s get one thing out of the way right now, people: Standing in the middle of a hurricane shirtless, waving an American flag, whipping your hair around and blasting Slayer is not a good idea. That said, this video, which should be played with the sound on, is pretty awesome. “Had a request for some hair action during the ‘cane. I granted it,” wrote Florida man Lane Pittman, who posted the video on Facebook Friday, tagging his location as “near Jacksonville.
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