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Veronica Mars Movie Project


I CAN'T EVEN

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  1. I KNOW RIGHT ASDSBDSFBDFSBDFBFD

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  2. This is blowing my mind, Angie. I SO want to pledge.

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    1. Pledged and pleased as punch to have done so.

      The whole thing is awesomesauce.

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  3. This fills me with sexually confused joy.

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  4. OMG! So much happiness!!

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  5. I just wish I knew more people to tell this about. Maybe I know the wrong people.

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    1. Lol. I know! I immediately wanted to spread the news in every venue I could, I was that excited.

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  6. Anonymous6:09 PM

    So EXCITING! Love Veronica Mars :)

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  7. I miss Veronica Mars so much!

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    1. I think I've been in mourning ever since it ended. That's why this venture is SO thrilling.

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  8. This made me laugh out loud! So clever (as expected)!

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    1. Oh, I know. I cannot get over how good it is.

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  9. Eeeeee so excited! I only just saw this and they've already reached their target!

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    1. I know! It's moving crazy fast. Huzzah!

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  10. I loved Veronica Mars. I hope this happens!

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    1. They've already met their goal. Yay!

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  11. Anonymous11:31 AM

    Sigh. I could watch this video over and over. Wait. I've done that.

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    1. So have I. I would have been happy if that was all we got.

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  12. Guess who I ran into while out shopping last weekend? PIZ. He's probably the one character I don't really need to see in the movie though. Haha. Still, I am EXCITE.

    -Maggie

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    1. Seriously?! That is bizarre. Lol. Yeah, I'm okay if he's not in the movie. More Logan time, plz.

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