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From the mild-mannered yet oft-censored Dennis Prager, for anyone feeling undertaxed or who advocates even higher taxes:

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Thursday, January 03 2019

Two video game makers are being sued by a Hollywood star after allegedly including similar versions of the star’s signature dance moves in their video games.

The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" star Alfonso Ribeiro is suing the creators of Fortnite and NBA 2K after having found an unusual similarity between Fortnite's "Fresh" dance emote and another in 2K Sports-creator Take-Two Interactive’s video and his signature "Carlton Dance,” made popular through his character, Carlton Banks, in the 1990s hit sitcom.

Ribeiro seeks injunctive relief and monetary damages in the United States District Court for the Central District of California. His lawsuit asks for a judge’s order to stop both games from using his dance moves.

Ribeiro says he is now in the process of copyrighting the dance.

Source: weartv.com

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