Found December 26, 2012 on
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As you may have seen, yesterday, State Farm debuted a commercial starring NBA player Chris Paul. During the commercial, Paul assumes two roles: himself and his long-lost twin, Cliff Paul. The two lead completely different lives, but they share one common trait; both are “born to assist.”
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