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Rodney Dangerfield Gets Cool Website

Comedian Rodney Dangerfield gets a great web site in honor of his 92nd birthday by Rodney Dangerfield's widow, Joan. Rodney Dangerfield was online as one of the first celebrity back in March 1995. This new site would find his approval I think.

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Rodney Dangerfield Gets Cool Website

There is now a great resource for Rodney Dangerfield's jokes at Rodney.com. The site has a great design and filled with 3,000 pages full of Rodney Dangerfield comedy and jokes. 

"Known chiefly for his no-respect persona, Rodney was the Socrates of our time," states Joan Dangerfield.  "His comedy was the unveiling of the great mysteries behind the common man in the everyday world.  He was an idealist, not simply a character but a champion of the downtrodden, and his success was proof of his theory that every man believes himself to be the underdog.  Everyone laughed, because everyone identified.  Getting no respect was not only his tag line, but his hypothesis."

Rodney Dangerfield died in October of 2004. His most famous line was "I don't get no respect!" Watch him doing stand up in this short Youtube video. Check out the Rodney site now here.

The Rodney Dangerfield site was done by Shine United in Wisconsin.

 

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