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Sample 1[edit]

"I'm the greatest"

—Muhammed Ali (NES)

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{{quote|style=1|quote=I'm the greatest|source=Muhammed Ali|console=NES|align=center}}

Sample 2[edit]

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"Who's on first?"

Abbott (DS)

Abbott and Costello were a very popular theater duo back in the day. Well, it was a lot longer than just a few years ago. The tag team wowed audiences with their hilarious comedy routines, which consisted of various playful humor mixed with other running gags. Even their appearance made a difference in the remarkable achievement of the two, as one was quite skinny and one was quite fat. It is unknown if the two men ever considered the long standing effect they would have on the future of comedy in the United States.

Code[edit]

{{quote|style=2|quote=Who's on first?|source=Abbott|console=DS}}
Abbott and Costello were a very popular theater duo back in the day. Well, it was a lot longer than just a few years ago. The tag team wowed audiences with their hilarious comedy routines, which consisted of various playful humor mixed with other running gags. Even their appearance made a difference in the remarkable achievement of the two, as one was quite skinny and one was quite fat. It is unknown if the two men ever considered the long standing effect they would have on the future of comedy in the United States.

Sample 3[edit]

"I am Slim Shady. I'm back."

—Eminem

Drake’s “Thank Me Later” (Aspire/Young Money/Cash Money) holds at No. 2 with 74,000 albums sold, and “Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty” (Def Jam), the new album by Big Boi of OutKast, opened at No. 3 with 62,000. The soundtrack to “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse” (Chop Shop/Atlantic) is No. 4 with 45,000, Justin Bieber’s “My World 2.0” (Island) is No. 5 with 43,000, and Enrique Iglesias’s new “Euphoria” (Universal) opened at No. 10 with 27,000.

But the most notable new entry is “Custom Built” (Poor Boy), the new solo album by Mr. Michaels of Poison, whose recent victory on the NBC show “Celebrity Apprentice 3” — and hospitalization for a brain hemorrhage — returned him to the spotlight. “Custom Built” is No. 14 with 22,000 sales, which may be far from the Eminem level, but has taken Mr. Michaels to a higher perch than he has been in years. Billboard reported that only one of his two previous solo albums charted in the Top 200 at all (“Rock My World,” in 2008, reached No. 40), and that the last time he reached a higher rung was in 1990, when Poison’s album “Flesh & Blood” went to No. 2.

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{{quote|quote=I am Slim Shady. I'm back.|source=Eminem|align=left|bgcolor=A3A3A3}}
Drake’s “Thank Me Later” (Aspire/Young Money/Cash Money) holds at No. 2 with 74,000 albums sold, and “Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty” (Def Jam), the new album by Big Boi of OutKast, opened at No. 3 with 62,000. The soundtrack to “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse” (Chop Shop/Atlantic) is No. 4 with 45,000, Justin Bieber’s “My World 2.0” (Island) is No. 5 with 43,000, and Enrique Iglesias’s new “Euphoria” (Universal) opened at No. 10 with 27,000.

But the most notable new entry is “Custom Built” (Poor Boy), the new solo album by Mr. Michaels of Poison, whose recent victory on the NBC show “Celebrity Apprentice 3” — and hospitalization for a brain hemorrhage — returned him to the spotlight. “Custom Built” is No. 14 with 22,000 sales, which may be far from the Eminem level, but has taken Mr. Michaels to a higher perch than he has been in years. Billboard reported that only one of his two previous solo albums charted in the Top 200 at all (“Rock My World,” in 2008, reached No. 40), and that the last time he reached a higher rung was in 1990, when Poison’s album “Flesh & Blood” went to No. 2.