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Funny story: Hollywood to make movie based on Lawrence Welk show

Hollywood to make movie based on Lawrence Welk show

Hollywood-The latest trend coming out of Hollywood-if it could be called that-the remake of old television shows, movies and remakes of old television shows and remakes of old movies such as Fame, The Wizard of Oz, Star Trek, Wonder Woman and Remingt...
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Funny story: Alabama Outlaws Accordion Playing

Alabama Outlaws Accordion Playing

MONTGOMERY, Alabama - After receiving numerous complaints from the state's banjo playing residents, the Alabama state senate acted on the countless complaints complaining about accordion playing. State Senator Brisker "Tadpole" Tadfeller, 71, [R-M...
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Funny story: The First Lady Michelle Obama's White House Legal Council Explains All The Fuss About The So-Called Illegal Accordion Gift

The First Lady Michelle Obama's White House Legal Council Explains All The Fuss About The So-Called Illegal Accordion Gift

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Michelle Obama, the nation's First Lady, or First Mama, as her husband President Barack Obama calls her, is extremely upset at what she is calling unfounded findings regarding alleged allegations about a so-called illegal gift whic...
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