Thursday, April 26, 2007

Good Riddance

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Jack Valenti, the urbane Washington lobbyist who served as Hollywood's public face for nearly four decades and was best known for creating the film rating system, died this afternoon, according to Warren Cowan, his longtime friend and publicist for the MPAA. He was 85.

It's not often that I get excited when someone dies but I'm probably not going to shed a tear over this.

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