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Photo by Marco TorresChavez on the attack. Ed Hocken: You sure know your boxing. Lt. Frank Drebin: All I know is never bet on the white guy. I'm not quite as ignorant of boxing as the late Leslie Nielsen. For example, I've watched most of the heavyweight title bouts (of the various sanctionin ... More >>
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Photo courtesy Warner Bros. Who else was Clint gonna call?Director Clint Eastwood, actors Morgan Freeman and Matt Damon. That powerhouse trio could have chosen to tell just about any story they wanted and made it into an Academy Award worthy film. They chose Invictus, the real-life story o ... More >>
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