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Mr. Omaha Mr. Omaha is a stern old man. His gouging potbelly hangs out from under whatever filthy wife-beater he decides to wear on any particular day. His ancient skin and balding head are no welcome sight, and his rotting smile can easily scare the most valiant of men. When you first meet him, his demeanor is kind and quaint, but soon he shows his raw, ugly side. He loves to peek around corners and hassle each and every individual that doesn’t fit into the social ideology that reminds him of the “good old days”. The sweet cheerleaders and brawny, easygoing football stars have no quarrel with him. However, the smart kids, the gay kids, and the kids that stick out all have many opportunities to experience his displeasure. People say that he likes to hang out in the dusty old bars that litter the backroads of all the small towns around us. His favorite place to really acquaint himself with the local people is the stinking, testosterone-fueled field parties that the local kids and parents show up to. He loves to hear the
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