Post­man ‘De­liv­ers’ Piece Of His Child­hood

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The Rus­sian di­vi­sion of Burger King has asked the coun­try’s Fed­eral Anti-Mo­nop­oly Ser­vice to ban Stephen King’s horror movie It from show­ing in Rus­sian the­aters be­cause the clown char­ac­ter, Pen­ny­wise, looks too much like Ron­ald McDon­ald, and there­fore the movie is ad­ver­tis­ing for McDon­ald’s.

A spokes­woman for the - plaint had been re­ceived, said, “We can’t be con­cerned with the con­tent of the film,” but the agency would de­ter­mine whether it con­tained ad­ver­tis­ing or prod­uct place­ment. Pa­trick Joseph Adams Jr., 36, of Great Falls, Mon­tana, pulled the ul­ti­mate heist in July when he con­vinced two male friends and his girl­friend to help him “move out” of a house that wasn’t his. One of the friends was sus­pi­cious when he saw a wall in the home ded­i­cated to mil­i­tary ser­vice, but didn’t re­mem­ber that Adams had been in the ser­vice, the Great Falls Tri­bune re­ported. That friend

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