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Let's talk about cars. Do you remember your first car? A lot of people's first cars are by no means glamorous, but at that age, we're just thankful to have something to call our own that gets from point A to point B. On average, passenger cars on the road are 11.6 years old. In the car world, that's a long time, especially when new models come out every year.

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Citizens of Gotham... By now, you have all witnessed the power and glory of BatDad, who may or may not be Gregory Abbey, but is most certainly not Bruce Wayne. With The Joker and Catwoman out of the picture, a new enemy has emerged - one that reminds me of why THE ROCK FATHER no longer allows cats in his house. BANECAT has arrived, and while he may soon bring Gotham's reckoning, he is most certainly bringing boxes full of poop and kitty litter to the resident of one apartment. Feast (but not Fancy Feast) your eyes upon the visual evidence collected by Comissioner Gordon below...

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If you're a parent, there's a good chance you've done it... and if you're like me, usually a couple of times a week. "Where did you hear that?" or "Who told you that word?" - both phrases occasionally directed at your little ones to find out why, exactly, they'd choose to use a word that they shouldn't use. Like Ralphie in A CHRISTMAS STORY when he dropped a word that "wasn't FUDGE," it happens. With my oldest (she'll be five in a few months) occasionally expanding her vocabulary with words and phrases that are most often attributed to "Joshua," the latest viral clip from JIMMY KIMMEL LIVE! hits home. Inspired by this video, in which a little boy lists all the bad words he knows, Jimmy hit Hollywood Blvd yesterday to put some kids on the spot by asking, "Do You Know Any Naughty Words?" Here's what happened...

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It is my duty to warn you that the video that I am about to share is most certainly not-family-friendly, and also probably not-safe-for-work, unless you work somewhere really cool. What just happened is that GWAR frontman Oderus Urungus (who may have Dave Brockie in his belly) recently sat down at the offices of Loudwire in Manhattan for a reading of Margaret Wise Brown's classic children's book, GOODNIGHT MOON. Now, being that this site is called "The Rock Father," you should understand the significance of why I'm posting this... It's the singer of GWAR reading a book that I, as a parent, have read to my children countless times. If you've read it, and understand the mighty power of GWAR, you will appreciate this video. If you do not understand the metal majesty of Anarctica's finest band, I urge you to read a different article, right now (this one is good). You have been warned.

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Are the kids in bed or at least out of the room? Ok, good... because this is something that you don't want them to see or hear. In the tradition (is there a "tradition" for this yet?) of the film SPRING BREAKERS (out today) in which Selena Gomez, Ashley Benson, Vanessa Hudgens and Rachel Korine get buckwild with James Franco in cornrows, comes DISNEY PRINCESS SPRING BREAKERS - the latest fake trailer from the folks at CollegeHumor. It's Cinderella, Snow White, Ariel and Jasmine as you've never seen them before.

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As promised last week, the folks at CollegeHumor have sent over the first installment of their three-part webseries event, DORA THE EXPLORER AND THE DESTINY MEDALLION. Starring Ariel Winter (MODERN FAMILY, voice of "Sofia" on Disney Junior's SOFIA THE FIRST) as the titular "Dora," with Adrian Gonzalez (who I'm sure was great as "Seedy Guy" in an episode of 90210 last year) as "Diego," the new clip can be seen below, right here on The Rock Father. Be warned... it's not family-friendly.

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