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Weekend at Yasser's

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Submitted by Leon Segal (United States), Nov 10, 2004 at 20:48

Have you ever seen the movie "Weekend at Bernies", in which the corpse of a miserable human is kept 'alive' by putting a cigarette in his mouth, a hat on his head, etc. and moving him around so nobody can get too close to him, the objective being to allow 2 kids to continue to have a good time at his luxurious beachhouse? (It was a pretty funny movie.)
This is now 'Weekend at Yasser's' time! he can be kept in this state by his beloved spouse, his cohorts, and the French, all of whom have a lot to gain be making this a long weekend.
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