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Celebrity Clientele:

Bashar Al-Assad

Kim Jong-Un

Adolf Hitler’s grandson

Liza Minnelli

Joseph Stalin’s nephew’s son’s cousin

Jonah Hill

Mrs. Hill

Elvis Presley (still alive) (it’s an impersonator)

Michael Jackson (same deal) (he looks a lot more like the thriller music video guy now)

Leonard Cohen

Mike Babcock

Karna de MAN (cuz he plays “man”)

Kelvin Hui

Tim McGee (the NCIS one)

Mr Bean

The lady in the fur trade video

Mr JonesCelebrity Clientele:

Bashar Al-Assad

Kim Jong-Un

Adolf Hitler’s grandson

Liza Minnelli

Joseph Stalin’s nephew’s son’s cousin

Jonah Hill

Mrs. Hill

Elvis Presley (still alive) (it’s an impersonator)

Michael Jackson (same deal) (he looks a lot more like the thriller music video guy now)

Leonard...

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