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The secret life of warehouse shows
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"I said, 'Donny, we're having a barbecue show this Saturday.' And he said, 'OK, OK, baby, you're cool. You're cool.' I'm hoping to have everything done by 9 o'clock, and that's pretty tame on a Saturday night," Smith explains. It's guaranteed there won't be any problem on at least one side of his summer house party — "there's this Argentinean woman named Pepper and she's fucking awesome. She'll be, 'Aw, yeah, it better be fucking loud because that's how I know you're having a good time. You gotta live life!' SFBG

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