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Los Angeles Convention Center ~ Downtown

I would have avoided The Erotic Expo, but Sunday morning found both our visiting Brooklyn buddy The Frailman and our West Coast spiritual adviser Archbishop Don Magic Juan going on their merry way, so I figured I'd come along for the ride.  Certainly the proceedings could be strange and even a little sickening at times, but rarely did they achieve the feat of bringing sexy "back." In the end (snicker snicker), good times were had by all in a friendly environment full of pervs and those who serve them.

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The Archbishop and The Pope of the Slope

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Teagan Presley

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Tori Black, I thought she was the prettiest girl we saw

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Frailman with Eva Angelina

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