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‘The Simpsons’ Shred On Stylish Santa Cruz Skateboards

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Bart Simpson was a pretty edgy cat when The Simpsons debuted in 1989, what with his skateboarding, slingshotting and his "Eat my shorts!" yelling. Bart's boarding may not afford him as much "bad boy" cred in a 2011 where your grandparents know who guys like Tony Hawk and Shaun White are, but it's still pretty thrilling to see Santa Cruz Skateboards fully

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The Simpsons Movie: Not So Much “D’Oh” Just “Eh”

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Do you remember that episode of The Simpsons where Homer won't let Bart go see the Itchy & Scratchy movie? And in the end it's like the year 2032 and Bart is a member of the Supreme Court and he finally goes to see the movie with Homer? I felt a little bit like that when The Simpsons Movie started. I was thinking about how long I've waited to see this movie and now I'm old and while not

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