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Succotash my Balzac, dipshiitake.

Mmm...babies

I don't think that Michael Ian Black is trying to rip off Mike Myers. Sure, he talks about eating babies, not unlike Myers' "Fat Bastard," but to accuse him of stealing (or rippingoffism) would be like accusing the sky of stealing its shade of blue from J-Lo's tub o' ghettofab® eyeshadow. Get thee to McSweeney's, boys and girls; there's a funny man talking.

Media critics often discuss the cozy relationship between Washington and Hollywood, but when that relationship becomes a quid pro quo baby-eating conspiracy, I think it's gone too far.

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