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I started out as an opportunistic renegade. By now, I've lasted long enough to become sort of an American Original Respectable Renegade.
My fake Japanese was smooth enough to earn me the title of 'The Emperor of Pleasing Graciousness' in that country.
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We have first raised a dust and then complain we cannot see.
January 21, 1938
July 1, 1995
Robert Weston Smith, known as Wolfman Jack was an American disc jockey. Famous for his gravelly voice, he credited it for his success, saying, "It's kept meat and potatoes on the table for years for Wolfman and Wolfwoman.
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The Midnight Special (1973 – 1981)
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Deadman's Curve (1978)
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