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Reiser"ing" from the Dead

Today Paul Reiser was dead for a few minutes on the World Wide Web.  Someone changed his Wikipedia entry to say that he died in a fishing accident.  Here's the entry: "On December 27th, 2008 Reiser was discovered dead in the Squallahassee River where he reportedly enjoyed fly fishing. No foul play was suspected." Apparently there is no Squallahassee River and Paul is very much alive.  I don't know what Paul has been up to these days.  I know he made a few movies after his "Mad About You" television series ended, but haven't seen much from him lately. I wonder who was responsible for creating the hoax? Perhaps it was his manager who promised to get him some publicity in 2008 and was running out of time.

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