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Seattle sock company reveals ‘Bone Zone’ sock in honor of debate star Ken Bone

by www.seattletimes.com
“Last night we were introduced to one of America’s greatest heroes, Kenneth Bone. No man deserves a sock more than this guy right here,” Strideline socks said in a news release.
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