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Once again, the camera pans in on our hero, ‘mouse, who is found sitting with his head in his hands, sobbing quietly and looking throroughly miserable and lost in thought, apparently driven beyond distraction by the number in the upper-right-hand corner of the screen whose purpose and meaning he has been vainly trying to unscramble these several long weeks.
How come I don’t hear about Wild East heroes?
I will never, ever, ever again ride a subway train, stand on a subway platform or look down at a subway track without thinking of Wesley Autrey.
My 15 year old nephew dreams of saving dolphins and whales from extinction and marrying Hayden Panettiere, a true American hero.
A bear is not ever only a bear.
When the chief walks by the swimming pool, the tiny little girls now recognize him and cheer; sure he could crouch down low and take off flying into the sky, showing off some real super powers, but they are young and innocent, and simply knowing that he knows how to unplug a toilet is all the heroics their young minds can handle for the moment.
Not everone can be a hero, someone has to clap as they go past.
The hit television show “Heroes” was originally conceived with an all-dog cast, but ran into trouble when the Hollywood Dog Actors Guild demanded that all the characters have super poker playing power.
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