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  • proper n. A high intermontane grassland basin in the Rocky Mountains of central Colorado.


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  • In the spirit of the holiday, I won't include the segment where Donohue is sliced in half for which he called the South Park creators "whores and cowards", but this clip captures the flavor:

    Thursday Morning Open Thread

  • Andrew Altman, Chief Executive of the Olympic Park Legacy Company, said the artwork would become a defining feature of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, which will be known as South Park during the Games, and its waterways for generations.

    BBC News - Home

  • None of the characters from the "South Park" television series, which mostly follows four young boys and their adventures in a fictional town called South Park in Colorado, will be transferred to the Broadway musical, according to a spokeswoman for the show.

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  • "No one does an animated show like this," says one of the producers riding the bullet train of creative anarchy known as South Park.

    Matt's Guide to Weekend TV: Friday Cult TV, The Making of South Park and Breaking Bad

  • Also, thanks to the constant stream of hecks and doggone its, she now reminds me of Butters from South Park, which is foolish.

    Balloon Juice » Blog Archive » 84%

  • If anyone recalls the South Park episode where they calculate how many times the word Sit (insert h) is said in one episode, it's very similar to that ... but different.

    Only In America

  • And of course I saw some clubs... ah, and I also got to check out the legendary dive bar called South Park, which occasionally features Guiyang amateur metal bands.


  • Mr. HAYES: ` You'll be the voice of a chef at an elementary school in a town called South Park, Colorado.

    Dig It: 'The Ultimate Isaac Hayes'

  • Irreverent, perhaps, but based on their portrayal of Mormons in South Park, which is actually very complimentary, I doubt this is going to be a hate rant. Featured Content

  • "You look at the humor on South Park, which is quote-unquote homophobic, Big Gay Al and all, and I think we're culturally comfortable enough now and integrated enough now that we can be the butt of the joke without having to freak out, because we're not only a joke anymore." lily fluffbottom wrote on Feb 6, 2009 10: 05 AM:

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