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Topic - Dan Richards
A celebrity sperm bank? Maybe not yet.
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The red rubber bracelets Nebraska players wear say "FINISH" on one side, "0.01" on the other.
He said his company would match women with famous and affluent sperm donors.
Mr. Richards has said he will not step down from his appointed position.