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1Andrew-theQM
Mar 25, 8:55pm Top

Was Tony TSTL? Was he always going to talk?

2bhabeck
Mar 25, 9:05pm Top

Yes - I think it was a given based on how he acted in LA. He didn't follow orders and he was (I think) fairly new to the game

3Olivermagnus
Mar 25, 11:38pm Top

He was a weak link and voted "most likely to be tortured to death".

4Carol420
Mar 26, 7:11am Top

I don't know how Tony ever made as long as he did.

5EadieB
Mar 26, 2:18pm Top

Yes he certainly acted TSTL!

6Carol420
Mar 26, 2:46pm Top

>5 EadieB: Well Bagger certainly took good care of him....and not in a good way either.

7EadieB
Mar 26, 3:01pm Top

>6 Carol420: I knew Bagger would get him in the end.

8Sergeirocks
Mar 26, 4:42pm Top

We've known all along that Tony was a mistake.

9bhabeck
Mar 26, 5:02pm Top

Jodie - FYI. TSTL = Too Stupid To Live

10jodiesohl
Mar 27, 12:15am Top

>9 bhabeck: Thanks I was trying to figure out the acronym and I couldn't get it. Yes. I knew it was going to be some dumb stupid thing that he did that would get him caught. I had no idea it would be an ID issue, again.

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