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Grand Theft Auto: Elmo's Revenge?

Sounds like the cute little red guy is up to no good. What has the world come to? Maybe next Jim Sheridan will bring us Barney's Belfast, in which the purple fella blows up a good part of Ireland in the name of Irish Independence? It's toddler terrorism at its most bizarre.

Oh, and happy new year to everyone!

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I don't think that there is anything worng with him telling kids to die. I mean isn't Elmo the name for Satan in Seasame Streetish?

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