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RON BURGUNDY, legendary anchorman of San Diego’s award-winning Action 4 News Team and anchor of the first 24-hour news channel, GNN (Global News Network), has announced the release of his autobiography, LET ME OFF AT THE TOP! My Classy Life and Other Musings. Set for release on November 19th through the Crown Archetype imprint of Random House, the book comes just 24-hours prior to the release of the second film based on Burgundy's life, ANCHORMAN 2: THE LEGEND CONTINUES. Burgundy provided The Rock Father with the following quote via Press Release...

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I will never have a son. That is a certainty, as my wife and I decided to go out on top and close the baby factory after the birth of our second daughter last June. Indeed, after masterfully creating two beautiful offspring (no modesty here, we made good-looking kids and had fun doing it) we're done. Having a pair of girls, one thing I'll never have to deal with is circumcision. I know it's a hot-button issue for a lot of folks, and I've seen many of my peers in the Parent Blogging Community (both Dad Bloggers and Mom Bloggers) write about it at length. There's social issues... health concerns... and then those pesky religious implications. That said, for those of you dealing with the circumcision debate, one man has the definitive answer: Trevor Moore.

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BATMAN has "met" a lot of unexpected people over the years. Scooby-Doo... Bert and Ernie... and now, the voice of BLACK SABBATH...

Back in February, Comic Book Resources did a feature on "Rock and Roll Superheroes." One of the images from that collection just landed in my inbox over the weekend, a piece featuring a face-off that never really happened... BATMAN Vs. OZZY OSBOURNE. Created by artist Axel Medellin, and featured on his Deviant Art page, "Batman and Ozzy" features the Caped Crusader rockin' the bass while giving The Prince of Darkness a good choke. Check it out below... 

From February 18, 2013. Pictured Above: Stock Photo Courtesy Google Image Search (and dozens of sites)...

There's a terrible problem afoot. As a "Dad Blogger" (or "Daddy Blogger," "Parent Blogger," whatever) I run across a lot of fellow parents through the usual social networks like Facebook and Twitter.  In making connections with these other folks who've chosen to display the fruit of their reproductive activities, I've been saddened  to learn that many of them - some of them great people - have been hit with one of our generation's greatest tragedies: The Family Portrait in a Yard.

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