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If you poop something, scoop something.

by Larry_D._Smith on May 21, 2010   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


Those six words were inspired by a story in _The New York Times_ about the derivation of the slogan "If you see something, say something," which was then spoofed in an op-ed by Rick Moranis a few days later. Read it here: http://nyti.ms/sixsomething

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