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Well my freshman year had an awesome RA. i had the best RA in the world. i wish
U was with me all my 4 years. his name is Arnold baldwin. we had this RA.Arnold
Baldwin. he's this big tall skinny black guy.he talked exactly like chris rock.
We loved him because he didn't give a crap about us. he didn't care. he's like,
"im your RA!Resident Assistant! Resident Assistant! im not the resident
Council! im not the resident mother! i don't need to know everything! your
Friends throwing up in the bathroom i don't need to know! everybody throws up
Hes lucky he made it to the bathroom! just give him a tick tack and a pillow
And leave em alone! leave em alone! i don't need to know! your sweet mate is
Smokin crack, i don't need to know! just tell him to ex hale through a empty
Toilet paper roll stucked with dryer sheets! make it smell like the mountain
Springs freshes of crack! i don't need to know! i don't need to know if u gotta
40 oz beer ball keg playin bing ball flip cup century club got zoomy zoomy goin
On i don't need to know cause i don't care! yo girlfriend broke up wit u, i don't
Care! yo roomate is a pain on the ass, i don't care! u made a booty call fo in
The mornin and she got a friend, i care! remember me!



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