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Evan

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It does work best as a picture thread. These are just some of my faves. Some of my big faves I don't have where I can post them right now, but will later. These are just some I appreciate.

Justin Hartley:

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Dan Gauthier:

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Greg Vaughan (not one of my all time faves but I do love this photo:

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Jason Brooks - He is one of my all time faves.

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And final one for today:

Eddie Cibrian

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