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Prof. Irwin Corey's Foremostly Authoritative Spring Break Movie Quiz

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The Professor is IN!

"Kiss today goodbye, and point me t'ward tomorrow...." Yes, Dennis at Sergio Leone and the Infield Fly Rule has published his latest irresistible quiz: Prof. Irwin Corey's Foremostly Authoritative Spring Break Movie Quiz.

So you may as well just click on that link and kiss today goodbye. (Actually, you can probably do it in a half-hour or so, but what would be the fun of rushing?) Don't forget, can't regret what you do for love, eh?

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