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    I learned that the picture of Hannah Montana at Disneyland's gallery of famous Americans (located at the exit of Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln) stayed up long after the cancelation of Hannah Montana, and only recently did Disney replace her with someone else-Richard and Robert Sherman, composers of Mary Poppins, The Jungle Book, The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, and various other Disney movies and songs from the 1960s and early '70s.

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    I learned Mark Hamill's voice acting career predates his role in Star Wars. He played the teen in the Jeannie cartoon in 1973.
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    I learned that Andrew Dice Clay was in more than one episode of Different Strokes. It was surreal watching him play a high school kid.
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    I've learned that the Super Smash Bros. fandom is downright rabid.

    Seriously, go to any forum with a video game subcategory. They're all waiting with baited breath for the inevitable leaks that will happen before the game is even out in Japan. They're taking BETS on it at NeoGaf.

    I know gamers are enthusiastic, but this is the most hype I've ever seen for a single game.
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    I learned in the final Pokemon episode Maddie Blaustein dubbed, which was also the final one she did before she died, Meowth said he was "Blaustein off" instead of "Blasting off."
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    I discovered Corinne Bohrer has done at least two Wendy's commercials, portraying the mother of the current spokesgirl. I've seen one of them on TV a few times, but didn't pay enough attention to notice her.
    Incidentally, the spokesgirl, Morgan Smith Goodwin, shares a last name with our beloved Winnie.

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    "Morgan Smith Goodwin." That'd be a good name for Winnie's mother. Also I don't remember a Wendy's ad where the woman has a mother.

    Today I met Jim Mahfood, and the first thing I asked him was why the word "food" was in his name. He knew exactly why: because when his ancestors immigrated, their original surname was something with a lot of letters that was pronounced "Mah-fooz," and as what happened with a lot of other foreign names, the guy writing the certificate misheard it.
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