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Friday, September 08, 2006
The Next 'Rocky' Money-Making Idea Is ...
Good grief. I saw this on Action News last night: A series of Rocky action figures includes a slab of meat!What's next? What will vendors sell or rent near the statue being dedicated today near the Art Museum? I'm thinking: Gotta have an inflatable Rocky doll for people to pose with at the top of the steps. Rake in bucks by renting the doll and selling photos. And hey why not rent a pedestal so people can look like they're posing with the statue, which stands on a 4-foot block? Of course, the sixth Rocky movie is also a questionable let's-cash-in enterprise. But you Phinish the Phrase: