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Mini-V.com

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WEBSITE//MINI-V.COM (www. mini-v.com) One day you’re a stunt double for the infant in Baby’s Day Out. The next, you’ve gained international fame as Dr. Evil’s wee little clone, Mini-Me, in the Austin Powers sequel. As such, you must of course have an official website. Hence Verne J. Troyer’s Mini-V.com. Content here can easily be divided into Stuff You Might Want to Know (height: 32 inches; next project: The Grinch Who Stole Christmas) and Stuff That’s Kind of Weird (photos of Troyer superimposed against Marilyn Monroe’s bosom, or dressed as Napoleon). You may not want to play with MiNi GOO, but be sure to take the Verne Obsession Test (”I hate anyone named Scott”), then buy caps ($24), duffels ($60), and wall clocks ($38) with the sporty MV logo. Or join the fans posting the tough questions for Mini-V himself: ”Can you break-dance?” ”How does your family treat you?” ”Do you know Rich the UPS driver in Arlington?” In other words: small talk. B+

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