Vienna Coast Represent
May 15th, 2009

Vienna Coast Represent

It remains a point of mystery as to why the incredible zither music continued to be produced long after Tupac Amaru Shakur was shot on that fateful night in the Vienna sewers.

Holly “Biggie” Martins, author of westerns and mentor to P-Diddy, could offer no solutions before he, too, was silenced by the life that consumed him and his counterpart. That dirty, dangerous Austrian thug life.

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  1. Kevin Church

    Bless you, lads.

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  2. chrishaley

    Earlier today when you started tweeting about The Third Man, I thought, “Boy, what an odd coincidence.”

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  3. martiniman

    i know that there has been a superboy strip, a lost strip and now a 2pac strip but man yall lost me on this one

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  4. otherjoel

    Next time we’ll have a foolproof coffin.

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  5. Markus Seaberry

    I don’t get it, but I like the Tupac reference.

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  6. Barack Obama

    Weird. Cat. Foreign. Tupac. third man.

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  9. mathematicscore

    I finally saw this scene from the Third Man, and I can now say, this is genius.

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