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Stan Lee, Does he Deserve Marvel’s Wrath?


Stan Lee, Does he Deserve Marvel’s Wrath?

Stan Lee, in my mind, has to be one of the all time most recognizable individuals in the “Comic Book Industry”. Most lovers of comic books have known his name all their collecting lives. For those of you who don’t know Stan Lee, I am sure you have heard of his creations. The X-Men, the Fantastic Four, the Incredible Hulk, Daredevil, and the very well known Spider-Man are all from the mind of Stan Lee. For the last forty years or more and as an employee of Marvel Comics, he has entertained us through the art of comic book imagination.
Well, by now you would think that an individual of this caliber would be taken seriously and treated with respect from his employers. Apparently not! In 2002 Stan Lee decided he had to file a lawsuit against the comic giant, Marvel. It appears the agreement between Lee and Marvel was that 10% of the income generated from TV and movies using Stan Lee characters, was to be his. Seems Marvel didn’t see it that way. Typical of conglomerates, isn’t it? The boys in the suits seem to want to make all the rules. Stan Lee, at one time, had even been a suit himself. Among other positions held at Marvel, Lee had even been president of the company for a while.
Years ago when Stan Lee had created most of his characters, he had done it through a write-for-hire agreement, so he doesn’t own the characters. Stan was then, just a “meat and potatoes” kind of guy, trying to put meat and potatoes on the table. But over the years, he was very instrumental in putting Marvel Comics on the map.
When the 10% deal was formally put together, apparently most individuals involved didn’t realize the windfall that comic book character movies would become. Now is that any reason to hold back Stan’s piece of the pie? I think not. Just corporate bigwigs trying to increase their lot in life. Now this is just my opinion so don’t rant back at me as being unfair.
As luck would have it, a federal judge agreed and ruled in favor of Stan Lee. How much monetary compensation does this mean? Well to put it in perspective, the two Spider- Man movies thus far, have reaped on the order of 800 million dollars apiece, in world wide ticket sales. This settlement could mean tens of millions of dollars for Lee, but the battle is not over. Marvel, will quite probably appeal the verdict and the case may be tied up in the courts for years.
Now don’t go feeling too badly for Stan Lee. He is still pulling down a salary from Marvel on the order of a million dollars. Still not to shabby in my mind. And Lee has mixed feels because he has been loyal to Marvel for 60 years. To have his lifelong employer trying to, shall we say, stiff him, for being so loyal, I’m sure, does hurt. Had it not been for Stan Lee, Marvel may not have been in the financial position they are today.
At 82, Stan Lee does have a comfortable and successful life. And if even his settlement is held up in the courts for years, Stan won the first round. He didn’t bow down to the corporate hammer. Just another “Joe working class hero” yelling out, hey guys, let’s play by the rules.

How to Get Free Garbage Bags


How to Get Free Garbage Bags

The scenario:

A newlywed couple moves into their new home. After a couple of months, they realize that they have many more garbage bags than they need. However, they have not bought any garbage bags since they got married. Where did all of the garbage bags come from?

Your mission:

See how fast you can arrive at the correct solution by using the following clues: 1) The garbage bags were not a wedding gift
2) The couple did not bring any garbage bags with them when they moved
3) The bags were not in the couple’s new home when they arrived
4) The fact that the two people are newlyweds is irrelevant
5) The type of home that the couple moved into is irrelevant
6) The bags were made of plastic
7) People gave the bags to the couple, but
8) The bags were not any type of gift
9) The bags are not “traditional” garbage bags
10) The bags came in many colors.

The solution:

Have you figured out the solution yet? The garbage bags are actually plastic bags from grocery and other types of stores! The couple only has small garbage cans in their home, and the plastic bags fit perfectly inside of them. Plus, the handles make them very extremely easy to tie shut when they become full. The trash cans need to be emptied more often than larger cans would, but that small inconvenience is worth the savings. Yearly garbage bag expenses: $0.00!

In addition to the monetary reasons, reusing grocery bags is a simple way to recycle and eliminate the waste created by throwing away the plastic bags inside of another garbage bag. Once you have a good supply of plastic bags, consider taking an empty canvas bag or backpack with you to the grocery store. Check the bag with a store employee when you enter so that no one thinks that you are shoplifting. Then, when you are done shopping, skip getting a new bag and load your purchases into your own reusable bag instead.

A few other super-easy ways to save money and recycle:

Save scrap paper. Save any papers that have nothing on the back or large blank spaces. Advertising flyers, old work papers and school papers all work well. You can cut the pages into smaller pieces if they would be more convenient for you. Put the paper in a stack or a box with a pen nearby, and you’ll never have to scramble when you need to jot down something. Spots near the base of your house phone or beside the computer are both great locations.

Save sturdy boxes from food, electronics, mailers, etc. Cover them with the Sunday comics or some previously-used wrapping paper. Label each box with a marker and use as stackable storage for recipes, comic books or just about anything else.

Save large, empty plastic soda and juice bottles. Fill them with water, and store in your freezer. Having less open space in your freezer will help it run more efficiently. And when you need more room in the freezer, simply take out one of the bottles of ice!

Save torn and worn out clothing. Tear or cut them into pieces and use as rags for cleaning and dusting.

History of the Pomeranian


History of the Pomeranian

Pomeranian is a big name for a big dog. As huge as thirty pounds, the Pomeranian has been said to be very similar to the wolf Spitz in weight, hide and hair. This is not surprising since the Pomeranian originated from the bloodline of the Spitz dogs. The Spitz’s are from Ireland and Lapland and were sled dogs.

The dog took its name from Pomerania which is located near the area that surrounds the Southern coast of the Baltic Sea. Pomerania has now become Germany and Poland. The dog was not given the name Pomerania because it was born there but more than likely it was in Pomerania that it had been breed to Smaller proportions. In its original (larger) form, the Pomeranian herded sheep and their gigantic form was even noticed in Britain in the mid-nineteenth century.

The Pomeranian had been established in the Kennel club in 1870. Queen Victoria of England had a Pomeranian. Her adored pet was named ”Marco” which Queen Victoria brought back with her From Florence, Italy. Queen Victoria was highly regarded and loved by her people, as a result, Pomeranian’s became more in demand. What is also interesting is that the Queen preferred smaller Pomeranian’s to the larger breed. So, the populace started to want the smaller dogs also.

In about 1892, the dog was revealed in the United States in what was known as the miscellaneous class. However, it was in New York in the 1900, that the Pomeranian started to be classified regularly.

The American Pomeranian Club has its initial specialty show in 1911. Now Pomeranian’s are smaller in size, but back then the original American champions were more substantial in bone. The Pomeranian’s had huge ears, and was under six pounds.

However, the dogs had type and excellent coat texture. Today, the Pomeranian have gentle temperaments, with energetic spirits, and are well-built animals. They also have a wealth of hair, unlike in the past.

The Pomeranian is a very comical type of dog. Its comics will keep you laughing over and over again. I think these dogs have a 6th sense when it comes to this. They do just sweet spontaneous gestures you can’t help put a smile on your face. Pomeranians don’t run they hop but with a very graceful style. They are cheerful and happy most of the time. They will make a child a very happy camper and a wonderful family pet.

Wild River Music Film Festival


Wild River Music Film Festival

Totally different from the rest of the cinematic carnivals that are around, the Wild River Music Film Festival will still have its inaugural this coming September 6- 10, 2006. To be held in the downtown area of Saint Paul in Minnesota, the musical portion will showcase a myriad of diverse genres to be performed in an outdoor setting on Harriet Island and indoor venue at Roy Wilkins Auditorium.

Music headliners are Al Green who is believed to be the last great Southern soul singer, Taj Mahal who has preserved traditional acoustic blues, Nickel Creek where their style has a contemporary nerve, Mindy Smith who has an honest passion for the country classics, Tony Sims who is inspired by Sun Session heroes and White Light Riot where they can be best described as having self- expression free of self- indulgence, to name a few.

The movie parade of the Wild River Music Film Festival screens all the entries that come from different parts of the world. They are being viewed by the authorized persons in the 3M Theater at the Minnesota History Center. Disparate genres are featured in short flicks and featured documentaries. The premieres as well as the currently hot motion pictures that originate from far regions will also be carefully looked into.

Most of them are independent like the following that can be watched on the upcoming event: “Orquesta Tipica” from Argentina which is directed, written and produced by Nicolas Entel. “Homemade Hillbilly Jam” from United States which is written and directed by Rick Minnich. “Rubber Soul Project” which is from Serbia which is directed by Dinko Tucakovic. “Plagues and Pleasures on the Salton Sea” from United States which is directed by Christopher Metzier and Jeff Springer. “No Strings Attached” from Ireland which is written, directed and co- produced by Maria O’ Loughlin.

As for the comedy aspect of the Wild River Music Film Festival, it will highlight the sauciest spoofs and improve troupes inside the Twin Cities that consists of the Idiot Box and Brave New Workshop. There will be a stand- up satire that will present some of the trendiest comics in the town and even in a global scale. It will all be performed on board the Minnesota Showboat.

Here are some of the artists that will churn your stomachs by laughter. Mary Mack who is a fold humorist that loves to recount her stories in life. Eric Nigg who was able to discover his knack for amusing others at such a tender age. Maxine Jeffris who is simply foil for hilarious surprises to come.

The Wild River Music Film Festival is indeed one- of- a- kind as it goes away from the glitzy glamour of the Hollywood’s silhouette. For those who are interested, they have tickets for sale: weekend pass is at $37. 50, Saturday or Sunday are both at $20 and all venue pass is at $75.

The Comic Golden Age Ancient Still Works


The Comic Golden Age Ancient Still Works

Nowadays, most forms of superheroes are just recycled concepts trying to out-gimmick each other. Save the earth, save the damsel in distress, fend off aliens, and secret identities are just some examples of the tired and worn-out concepts plaguing modern comics. All they serve to do is give a couple of quirks that simply add a streak of silver to the same old core-concept found in almost every story out there.

Yet how come these classic formulas from the comic golden age still appeal to today’s readers?

Comic books that were introduced in the later 1930’s was the new format that appealed to both the young and young at heart, rather than the blocks of text that came before the advent of such comic books. Superman, Spiderman, Batman and any other superhero you could name, first appeared during the comic golden age, and they came with a fresh new concept: heroes who would battle against the various forces of evil to save the day! Being able to see and read these wonderful, colored paragons of justice was a “wow” factor for the people of the time. Of course, you have a spattering of politics and technology, like how World War II put Adolf Hitler and the Japanese against the superheroes while the threat of atomic war added a little ‘nuclear’ spice into the stories.

When you look back at the heroes of the comic golden age, they symbolize the hopes and dreams of the common person, as well as the innate desire for good within each person enamored by these heroes. It’s a fantasy that a mere mortal could never reach but be enthralled to witness: being able to witness and understand the situations in such a rich format allows readers to ‘experience’ the challenges that each hero must face in their adventures. This experience of being taken away from the mundane matters of life was a fresh breath of air for people, and this was a welcome diversion from the everyday proceedings of life.

Heroes reminiscent of the comic golden age are, surprisingly, still alive and kicking in today’s markets. More than half a decade later, you see these comic book legends reintroduced in new comic-book formats, banded together in cartoons, reborn into block-buster movies and even fully-controllable video game characters.

It basically boils down to repackaging the concept of superheroes to fit into the current technological trends of our time. The concept of super-powered beings that fight for the cause of good has transcended from ink on paper to the silver screen, wide screen and the PC screen. As long as these stories continue to keep pace with the way we work and live, they’ll always find themselves a place in society.

The comic golden age still has appealing lessons and stories to offer to us, no matter how much time passes. As long as we continue to be human beings, aspiring for something good in life, these long-time superheroes that have been with us for more than half a century will always have a place in our hearts.

Humor To Relieve Stress


Humor To Relieve Stress

There is no doubt that people are more stressed than ever before. While a lot of people think of it as an inconvenience or a minor irritation, the truth is that stress has a negative impact on your overall health. The good news is that you can use humor to relieve stress. It has long been said that laughter is the best medicine, and now there appears to be scientific proof to support that idea.

People used to think that stress was purely mental, and that it only had a negative impact on the mind. Any symptoms one had from stress were “all in the head”. However, new research has shown that stress may actually change the body’s cells, and it’s this change that leads to physical side effects. In other words, stress and its harmful effects are very real.

Using humor to relieve stress is one of the most enjoyable ways of improving your health. You can start exercising your “laughter muscle” right away. Imagine there is a string attached to each corner of your mouth. Now imagine the strings being gently lifted upward until a smile has formed. Go ahead…give it a try.

Did you do it? No? Well, what are you waiting for? Smile! Don’t worry about what anything else thinks, just smile. It doesn’t matter if it’s big or small, as long as it’s a smile. Excellent! You’re off to a good start.

You can purposely try to seek out the things that make you laugh, such as television shows (yes, it’s okay to watch TV), comedy routines, funny books, comics, and so on. It doesn’t matter if anybody else thinks it’s funny; humor is subjective. Heck, being the only one who gets a joke can be a funny thing, too. Anything that makes you laugh is fair game.

Starting your own humor file is a great way to use humor to relieve stress. Any time you find something that makes you laugh, put it in your humor file. If it’s a line from a movie, then write it down and add it to your file. Again, this is all about the things that you find humorous, so don’t worry about what others think (besides, who needs that kind of stress anyway).

All of the things we have mentioned so far are external sources of humor, and they do help, but you should also develop an internal sense of stress-relieving humor. Okay, that’s just a fancy way of saying “try to see the humor in everyday things.” Life is funny. If you can find humor in the “bad things” and are able to laugh at yourself in a healthy way, then you will start to feel the tensions of daily life start to melt away. Using humor to relieve stress won’t only put you in a better mood, but it will also help to improve your overall health, and that is something worth smiling about.

Stand up, Speak up!


Stand up, Speak up!

“My father established our relationship when I was seven years old. He looked at me and said, “You know, I brought you into this world, and I can take you out. And it don’t make no difference to me, I’ll make another one look just like you.’”

Did it make you smile? That famous line was once said by Stand Up Comics Hall of Famer Bill Cosby. Bill Cosby is a successful comedian, product endorser, story teller, author and television and film actor. Cosby is one of the most respected comedians in Hollywood and not to mention his numerous awards to boot. He started his career as a stand up comedian wherein he developed his trademark using “raceless” humor to capture his audience.

Anyone who has ever tried going to comedy night at a local comedy club can attest that not just because you look or think funny or you can make your friends laugh does it automatically mean that you are a good comedian. Being a comedian is such a difficult job, and a stand comic at that, it’s doubly agonizing. With a live audience in front of you, it can be a nightmare for the mediocre, aspiring comics!

That’s why, stand up comedians are really admirable with their craft in making the audience laugh. They are very good in poking jokes or situations that make the audience giggle with laughter until their sides hurt not minding that they are being watched by lots of people. But, as was mentioned, not all can be a good comedian, not everyone can be a stand up comic, and not everyone can speak in front of an audience.

Public speaking, performing on stage or giving a presentation in front of a large crowd can be very difficult thing to handle by other people. Unlike seasoned comedians like Bill Cosby, there are some individuals who experience racing heart, shaking knees, sweaty hands and shortness of breath when speaking in public. These are some signs of a person with anxiety symptoms. It is a feeling like you want to get out and run from a frightening situation. Situations that are ever present in our everyday lives.

According to the “holy trinity” for comedians, there are three qualities to remember to be a good comedy act; you’ve got to have good material, you’ve got to have a sense of timing, and you’ve got to have a stage presence. As with public speaking there are also important rules to remember to conquer the fright.

· Familiarize yourself with the place you are about to speak or do a presentation. Arrive early and prepared. Walk around the speaking area and practice using the microphone.
· Greet the audience as they arrive. It is much easier to talk to a group of friends than to a group of strangers.
· Practice your speech or presentation and revise it if necessary. If your uncomfortable with your material, your tension will increase.
· Exercise. Relax and take a deep breath before your speech or presentation.
· Visualize. Imagine yourself successfully giving your speech.
· Concentrate on the message. Focus your attention away from your anxieties but on your speech and your audience.
· Twist your nervousness into positive energy and enthusiasm.

Moreover, do not apologize for any nervousness you think you have with your speech, you might be calling attention to your audience to something that they did not even notice. Try to also realize and bear in mind that the people want you to succeed and they do not want you to fail.

So the next time you have a big presentation or a speaking engagement, add some humor to it to shake that nerves off and remember another famous quote from one of the comedy greats, Bill Cosby: Decide that you want it more than you are afraid of it.

The best of Ireland’s comedians – irish comedians


The best of Ireland’s comedians – irish comedians

Set foot on the native land of Bono, The Corrs, and Boyzone. Irish talents are going far beyond music – the country has a lush of stand-up comics who will be flaunting genuine crafts in the annual Bulmers International Comedy Festival in Dublin, the capital of Ireland.

Irish comedians The Umbilical Brothers, David Collins and Shane Dandes, are a hilarious duo presenting comical mime acts, live acrobatics, and a condescending choreography. The two have previously won the grand prize in Australia’s Star Search. Their first show Two Coats and a Hatstand from Hell certainly amused audiences while their next show Don’t Explain performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival reaped outstanding reviews and sold-out houses.

Patt Short, is listed among the roster of Irish comedians who’s got the ability to crack into the psyche of Irish audiences. Short started his comedy career with fellow comic John Kenny as the duo D’Unbelievables and later performed solo at the Cats Laughs. He tours internationally and four of his shows were critically acclaimed.

Crawdaddy, a comedy club in Dublin, featured three of the best Irish comedians in their comedy night, Barrel O’ Laughs. Frontline act Patrick McDonnell’s experience in the comedy circuit spans 10 years. He’s entertained audiences in Kilkenny Cat Laughs to the famed Edinburgh Fringe with his own genuine brand of comedy. He’s also appeared in television shows, one of which is “The Empire Strikes Back”. Neil Delamere, one of the three Irish comedians who performed in Crawdaddy, was given a hosting stint for RTE’s “Just For Laughs” series that televised the 2006 Montreal Festival. This comic has toured in 5 continents and performed his debut solo show in the Edinburgh Festival in 2005. Watch him on the popular comedy show, “The Panel”.

The third comic to stage a performance in the Barrel O’Laughs is Jarlath Reagan, one of the most energetic Irish comedians, works best at improvisations. He’s appeared in major comedy festivals and clubs all over Europe and the U.S. including the Comedy Store in London, as well as slots on the political comedy show, “Laughing Liberally” in New York.

Little Britain is a band of Irish comedians consisting of eccentric characters Vicky Pollard, Lou and Andy, Daffyd, Emily Howard and Marjorie Dawes. The band’s recent concert had sold out tickets (at 25,000) in four nights. The band members are history makers themselves in comedy breaking BBC 3 records with 1.8 million people tuning in on the first episode of their series. They’ve also sold out 200,000 tickets in a day alone. The audiences simply love these hilarious Irish comedians.

Amazing Trivia Part 1


Amazing Trivia Part 1

I admit it .. I LIKE trivia, tho it serves no purpose for me since I can never remember any to bring up in conversation. But still, it is fun, so I’ve created this list of amazing trivia that I found to be absolutely riveting.

1. Snails can sleep up to 3 years.
Not so amazing actually since I managed to sleep thru 6 years of jr. high and high school. And when you think about it, what do snails have to do all their lives? Sure, they leave great slime trails and make excellent targets for salt shakers and little boys, but other than that there’s not much more to do but sleep after an exhausting run across a sidewalk.

2. American Airlines saved $40,000 in 1987 by eliminating one olive from each salad served in first-class.
Until I read this, I was convinced that there was an olive missing from my salad, yet no one would believe me. Now I am vindicated! I am now searching for proof that the airlines have taken one peanut from each bag .. I’ll keep you posted.

3. An ostrich’s eye is bigger than its brain.
After reading this, I realized that I know of many people with the same problem! But that’s an article about politicians I’m working on. For me, it’s usually that my eyes are bigger than my stomach…

4. Banging your head against a wall uses 150 calories an hour.
Well, I’d like to see anyone keep this up long enough to actually lose 150 calories. Now that I think about it, I DON’T want to see…

5. Donald Duck comics were banned in Finland because he doesn’t wear pants.
This is completely understandable.. I mean, who wants to look at a duck with no pants on? Besides, I understand that it is the law for all birds to wear pants in the city limits of Finland.

6. If you pass gas consistently for 6 years and 9 months, enough gas is produced to create the energy of an atomic bomb.
I tried to prove or disprove this, but two things stopped me … I couldn’t stand to look at a bowl of chili after the third day, and my girlfriend threatened to leave me … although it was kinda hard to tell what she was really saying with that gasmask on.

7. In ancient Egypt, priests plucked EVERY hair from their bodies, including their eyebrows and eyelashes.
Now, this piece of trivia leaves ALOT to the imagination, which is probably a good thing. BUT, I would like to point out, you’d have to be pretty limber to get some on those hairs .. nuff said.

8. The ant always falls over on its right side when intoxicated.
I know this trivia fact isn’t true ’cause I’ve gone drinking with my ants several times and I’ve watched them fall over in several different directions… usually they tend to fall on my uncles tho.

9. The average human eats eight spiders in their lifetime at night.
I don’t know about this fact … I’ve seen several spiders at night and never once felt compelled to eat one. Though I hear that spider is tasty if barbequed correctly.

10. And now for our final fun trivia fact:
Some lions mate over 50 times a day… No wonder the females do all the work.

Blue Collar Comedy Tour (DVD) Review


Blue Collar Comedy Tour (DVD) Review

Among all the comedies available today, the Blue Collar Comedy Tour ranks number one in the “must see” category. Few comedians can find an audience among a broad range of demographic groups, and with varying tastes among individuals, it’s quite difficult to find universally entertaining people. But Blue Collar Comedy Tour showcases four stand-up comics of such ability. The stand-up routines are filmed in Phoenix with intermittent features on the exploits of each of the men as they travel the country on their popular comedy tour. Opening up with all four men fishing in a lake, amazingly even the conversations between these men are hilarious and entertaining. What then could we expect when they take the stage? Only the best of modern redneck, working man comedy…

One of the rising stars of stand-up, Ron White brandishes his liquor and tobacco drenched persona along with a loveable sarcasm to produce one of the better comic routines of the decade. White chronicles his 9-minute plane ride to Phoenix which almost ended in tragedy when the plane was forced to turn around in mid-flight due to equipment trouble. But the event didn’t phase the alcohol-induced outlook of White who advises the passenger next to him (a man who has something to live for, unlike White) that if one engine goes out, the other will take them right to the scene of the crash. And to top it off, they’ll beat the paramedics by thirty minutes…

White’s act is well followed by Larry The Cable Guy, a redneck’s redneck who lives by the catchphrase “Get ‘r done!” Speaking in a redneck dialect that borders on another language, Larry The Cable Guy is a barrel of laughs for any American who loves apple pie. Providing unique insight into the world at large, his audience is presented with the great conundrum of the dog dish water purifier (among other things). Why should he buy a water purifier for an animal that eats its own crap? If you’re unfamiliar with this guy’s routine, you need to pick up a copy of the Blue Collar Comedy Tour DVD just for him alone (or for that matter – any of these comics merit a full-length DVD by themselves).

Beginning the second half of the movie is Bill Engvall, a comic who takes a more well-spoken, family man approach to his routine. I first saw Bill on The Tonight Show when I was ten years old. He delivered the best stand-up routine I’ve ever seen, and I still remember much of it word-for-word to this day… Central to the routine was his trademark tagline “Here’s your sign” (referring to a “stupid sign” handed out to people who make dumb remarks). Just like his colleague Jeff Foxworthy, Engvall has managed to keep that tagline not only going, but while inventing a hilarious treasure trove of new material. This guy is just plain funny…

Rounding out the final one-man routine is Jeff Foxworthy, perhaps the most famous of the crowd due to his widely promoted “you might be a redneck if…” jokes. Foxworthy starts off with a standard routine that’s really funny (this part of his career has been widely overlooked), but then he naturally moves into the part of the routine that people love to hear – the redneck jokes. My favorite of the whole Blue Collar Comedy Tour DVD is his line “If a beaver bites off your nipple, you might be a redneck”. Based on a true story, you simply have to watch Blue Collar Comedy Tour in order to understand just how hilarious that one is…

But the funniest part of the Blue Collar Comedy Tour DVD is when all the comics are finished with their individual routines and they gather together on stage to tell personal stories to the audience. Each story keeps the belly laughs rolling, and each comic has his moments, but Ron White steals this part of the show with his “tater salad” story. Recounting the story of his recent drunk in public arrest (he was actually drunk in the bar – they threw him into public), White tells the tale of his rise from a small town in Texas to a life replete with criminal aliases such “tater salad” and his fathering of a child named “tater tot”. You just have to it to really enjoy it!

With a host of talented funnymen, the Blue Collar Comedy Tour DVD is grade-A entertainment. Certain to be an enduring classic for years to come, this is one comedy film you don’t want to miss…

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