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Oh oh. It’s getting ugly up in here. Frank Viola is suggesting that Greg needs to fix a nice tall glass of shut-up juice. He and Greg have decided to have a debate on the open view sometime this fall, and they have been engaging in some smack talk since that decision was made. I wonder what Greg will have to say in response to this latest taunt?

Frank says:

I hope that Mr. Boyd doesn’t mind receiving an atomic knee drop and falling hard on the mat in the first round.

Indeed, I offer this promise: Boyd’s logic will be shredded, excoriated, and turned into confetti before a watching world.

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