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Is he Kramer no more?

An interesting interpretation of one of the ambassadors of comedy’s exit from popular respect.

For 28 years the Laugh Factory has prided itself on being the only club that guaranteed laughter. On Friday night the club exercised that pledge and refunded money to its patrons for the first time.

the Laugh Factory response from an anonymous ninja [jim]
franda

Did Cosmo have too much?

[Ed: even though i tried to censor this post, koookiecrumbles went ahead and posted it anyway. Let me just say that ninjas everywhere are heated about this foolishness. After today, Kramer is officially banned from mnp!]

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Posted: November 22nd, 2006
at 12:05pm by Koookiecrumbles


Categories: myninjaplease,celebrity,too good to be true,not ninja-worthy,fo' real?,real life news

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Tell a Friend!

Did you know that you could tell a friend about myninjaplease by clicking on that lil’ link down yonder below each post that says "tell a friend?" Well duhhh. You can also click the appropriate icon to add us to any of the social bookmarking sites we have listed. If you would like to see more or other features let us know!

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Read our RSS and remember, SHARING MEANS CARING, my ninjas!!

[Ed: this would be especially crucial for the post right below]

{update}

Ace Dickerson asked us a question:

    1. Ace Dickerson Says:
      Two questions. Call me stupid, but:
      what is "RSS" ?
      and what are the three little image link buttons above "tell a friend" ?

    Well Mr. Dickerson (and I do feel dirty calling you that), I’m glad you asked, you un-saavy ninja. RSS stands for either rich site summary or really simple syndication depending on what ninja you ask. Basically, those links in our sidebar are the links to our RSS feeds. If you use and RSS enabled device (phone, psp, camera, screen saver, browser, umm.. bag of peanuts) then you get a stream from our site of up to date content. That way you dont always have to log in to the site to know what’s going on in the dojo, my son. Thus and therefore, get down on it, my dude!

    Now those little goofy little linked pictures see come to us by way of wordpress plugin Notable which allows you to easily submit an article from this site to one of (in our case) three bookmarking sites. A lot of people use these sites to find web content. For instance, if you have a digg.com account you can "digg" one of our articles by just clicking a button? Good deal, right?

    I hope that answers your question and thanks for supporting [tag]mnp[/tag], famly.

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Dunking Basketballs Over Tall Dudes

Is the name of the game here, top ten dunks made by small players in the NBA.

video list at rimrattle.blogspot

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Posted: November 1st, 2006
at 1:28pm by Koookiecrumbles


Categories: youtube,life,celebrity,mnp is for the children,9th dan

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Celebrities That Scare

Scary celeb number two is Melanie Griffith soley on the basis of her awful plastic surgery.

article at nycblog.citysearch

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Posted: October 31st, 2006
at 10:13am by Koookiecrumbles


Categories: celebrity,not ninja-worthy

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Wow, you look so greaaaat! Bidding war underway over the forthcoming "Bruno" movie

Whether or not you believe there is anyone left in the world who could be duped by Ali G/Borat/Bruno and not realize that they are being had on camera, Universal and Twentieth Century Fox are in a bidding war over the successor to Borat: Cultural Learnings Of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation Of Kazakhstan, what is known now only as the "Bruno Movie."

The article did have some interesting information about the soon-to-be-released Borat flick:

News of the bidding war came just a day after red-faced bosses at Fox admitted they had slashed the number of cinemas at which Borat opens this weekend in the US.

It had been scheduled to open in 2,000 cinemas, but will now open in only 700.

Fox executives pulled the plug on the wide opening after the film tested poorly, leading them to expect scathing reviews.

To their surprise, and now embarrassment, the reviews have been overwhelmingly positive. The film has also received massive coverage in the media.

Fox distribution official Bruce Snyder said studio bosses were now hoping to extend the film to as many cinemas as possible in the coming week.

Someone actually thought the Borat movie wouldn’t do well??? My ninjas, please.

Story via The Daily Mail

[thanks pheez]

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Posted: October 30th, 2006
at 2:45pm by Pheezatron


Categories: celebrity,business,film

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Print and Cut

Star Wars paper masks at starwars

[Ed: Just for those who were wondering, these are in fact ninja-worthy.]

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Posted: October 27th, 2006
at 9:04am by Koookiecrumbles


Categories: celebrity,art,robots

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Colber’t ’08

colbert 2008

thats Colbert.

Star Wars / Celebrity mashup gallery at worth1000

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Posted: October 24th, 2006
at 10:43am by Koookiecrumbles


Categories: celebrity,art,real life news

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John Mayer Is More Stuntastic Than Kanye

Watch the video and find out why.

from youtube

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Posted: October 20th, 2006
at 3:01pm by Koookiecrumbles


Categories: hood status,bling,celebrity

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Irony, ain’t it a bitch


After engaging in a massive PR campaign to counteract the depictions of it in the soon-to-be released Borat movie and show the world that it really is an industrialized, modern nation, Kazakhstan’s central bank has committed a small blunder which can only be described as ironic: they spelled ‘bank’ wrong on 80% of their newly-issued bank notes, leading to a massive recall.AA Seems as though all those government funds spent on the ad campaign might have been better directed towards a spell check program for the central bank’s printing program…

Story via Yahoo! News

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Posted: October 20th, 2006
at 2:19pm by Pheezatron


Categories: celebrity,politricks,fo' real?,real life news

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