This is That | Jul 17, 2014 | 27:00

Canadian car horn language, corn maze nightmare, Loverboy police, door to door wrestling (repeat)

Politician proposes a universal language for car horn honks, 68 people get lost in corn maze for 24 hours, Cop gets suspended for putting license plate on cruiser that reads 'LOVERBOY', Psychologist wrestles with patients.

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