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  • Manxom Vroom is the internet alias of Jeffrey Valka, a writer who lives in the metro Detroit area.

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  • Pee-wee, a.k.a. Paul Reubens, who's 50, traced his bike obsession back to his Florida childhood, when he stuck playing cards between the spokes of his wheels and later upgraded to one of those "Vroom" toy bike motors.

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  • From the all-important feeling of power to the "Vroom" noises (replicated by the Wii Remote's built-in speaker, rather than the player's mouth), Lightsaber Duels has more than a generation of oft-denied but ever-present

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  • So 15 months after buying them online, King finally got his hands on the pieces that make his "Vroom," as his grand daughter calls it, well, go Vroom!

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  • After the founders expanded their brand into the car-cleaning marketplace with a product called Vroom, they realized they moved a bit too fast.

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  • JD: I can't remember anymore than a couple times I got drunk in my life, and I only did it once on purpose, when I had 16 draft when I moved away from home and went to Toronto, Ontario, and I got arrested that night for jumping on a policeman's motorcycle and going "Vroom Vroom."

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  • And here she is with her knockers almost out on a beach, and here is her new perfume Flange: Eau de Parfum, and here she is standing at the red-carpet premiere of Crash, Bang, Splat, Vroom starring Vin Diesel!

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  • Artspace, launched in April by New York collector Christopher Vroom and start-up entrepreneur Catherine Levene, counts on the imprimatur of these museums to stand out in a crowded marketplace.

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  • To wit, from Agri-Pulse: "The Michael Pollans of the world and others of his ilk really have captured the imagination of the American public who now think that 'organic' is a brand and that everything else that is out here ... has no brand image whatsoever," said Jay Vroom, the CEO of CropLife America, an organization that advocates for the use of pesticides.

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  • Tooling about town in a gas guzzler is obviously bad for the environment, but online car rental broker Vroom Vroom Vroom wants you to know that surfing the Web is also destroying the planet.

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