Report from the Part of the Problem Dept.

 

Failure to communicate, indeed.

  1. Lucas Jackson on a sweatshirt.
  2. A Christmas sweatshirt.
  3. That is for sale.

Next let’s buy this.

Yes, boss.

 

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