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“The plot: a young sea sponge applies for a job at a grungy ocean-bottom diner called the Krusty Krab.”
“I live in Hensall just north of you and wanted to let you know of a great bakery that just opened in Exeter called the Krusty Baker.”
“In the actual episode, it is only referred to as Krusty the Clown cough syrup.”
“Chuck Dixon on the Simpsons, writing about Krusty quitting his show.”
“Krusty meanwhile has so far spent about $11 million to date, a mere $40,393 a day – $1,683 an hour – if you date the start of his campaign to the beginning of this year.”
“And maybe — if Krusty sticks his smug, condescending foot in his mouth — she could put Brown on the defensive.”
“That, Brown aides tell us, was intentional – to underscore the essential fault line Krusty hoped to bring to the campaign: Whitman is phony; Brown is authentic.”
“The bright kids at Camp Krusty believe their guy has been picking up 1-2 points per week since Labor Day and that the race is now moving firmly in their direction.”
“But James Parker makes clear in the June issue of the Atlantic that this oversimplifies the allure of the police-tape-yellow sea sponge who works as fry cook at the Krusty Krab undersea diner.”
“Krusty was in for a dime, in for a dollar, eliciting big cheers from the ladies at lunch.”
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