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  • If you don't take my word on it, just try getting through take-two on this video without laughing.

    Archive 2009-10-01

  • Now it's T-card take-two A NEW transport ticketing system that will bill travellers in a similar way to an eTag will be rolled out in NSW by the end of 2012, the government says.

    Daily Telegraph | Top Stories

  • I bowed to my six-year-old elder son Hudson's incessant pleading and took him to the first of the season's Asian-pop blockbusters: The spanking-new take-two of

    SFGate: Top News Stories

  • Tyra's take-two tryout is set for Saturday - and here's hoping things go smoother than the first one ....

    NY Daily News

  • Personally, my first thought was the same that L2K ... irony of ironies if EA had gotten take-two / rockstar and then Disney got EA ...

    G4TV - The Feed

  • Norman Spector is spinning the take-two, can-we-try-again interregnum as something that would have constituted a breach of journalistic ethics had it not been broadcast, because it would have done Dion the favour of cutting him undeserved slack.

    Terry Glavin

  • The easiest way to defeat the final boss is to make him cost $20 to begin with instead of finding new ways to bleed your customer for money. those awful $10 take-two games on the Playstation sold like crazy.

    Verbal Spew

  • In other news, gamers thinking of not buying take-two games.

    digg.com: Stories / Popular

  • The take-two opportunity paid off for Maurice Green, who proved his faulty foxtrot might have been a fluke.

    msnbc.com: Top msnbc.com headlines

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