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Letterman just earned top DVR position for a minimum of three weeks.
It's the circle of life. If the Swedish wolf population is down, the Swedish fish population must be up. You say so what, but think how many jobs those gummy fish have created over the years.
It's tough to think of Levy, 86, differently when his novel is about a four-time Super Bowl losing coach who solves crimes in his spare time. Because that's all we remember Marv Levy doing from 1986 to 1997: losing Super Bowls and hunting the Zodiac killer.
Sadly, the specifics of this story do not match the BBC's tweet yesterday about the Belfast man caught in a "yacht race drama" because the fight isn't taking place in mid-air, it's in a courtroom. And nobody's fighting, really. They're just squabbling over zoning issues. They wouldn't know how to use a whisper burner to torch an enemy's control line if their lives depended on it.
But that's what makes Mongolian Barbecue so much fun!
Wow, right into the paycheck roles, not even paying lip service to the whole greatest living actor phase of his career. Someone's in a hurry. (The answer: Ronin.)
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