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What Does Ken Bone Drive?

Last night, as we all endured the pain of a dark, mean-spirited presidential debate, there was a ray of light that emerged to remind America that everything’s going to be okay. A beacon of hope in a bright red sweater, brandishing the first disposable camera you’ve seen in a decade. A beacon of hope with the amazing name Ken Bone. So what does Ken Bone drive? Read more...
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