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MATTHEW MCCONAUGHEY Explains the Origin of ‘Alright, Alright, Alright’

There are many things that the learned man strives to understand: The meaning of life, Where we go after we die and the origins behind Matthew McConaughey’s catchphrase.

And today one of those important questions will be answered and life as we know it will be a little bit brighter…not by much but, you know, it’s all we can really hope for in this economy.

Video after the break.


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