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Elizabeth Hurley – “Bedazzled” (2000) “Bedazzled” is a middling remake of the seminal 1967 British comedy that teamed Dudley Moore and Peter Cook — a Faustian tale about a noodnik (Brendan Fraser) with bad luck who makes a deal with the devil.
My Jonny comforts me by telling me not to be such a noodnik (doofus), and that a bar mitzvah is a double-edged sword: The agony of writing those thank-you notes is still with him.
While Pawlenty’s wife is dallying with anyone but her noodnik hubby, he’s using material on wine and brie leftover from a Gary Muledeer routine in 1975.
SLC certainly fights like a noodnik banshee, and gives no pence (uh, “quarter”) and if Dore Gold says “The Goldstone Report isn’t going away”, then he hasn’t confabed with SLC who not only could jettison the Jew-hating dreck to the Plutonian moon Charon, but can easily convince Goldstone the moser to give Alan Dershowitz rim jobs at shuls and Hillels across the land. joe from Lowell says: