Wednesday Dec 11
Mobridge Tribune Online
His cooking gets - no respect'
"I love to cook," David Bohlander said. "But I guess I can associate with Rodney Dangerfield in that.
Signs and Wonders: Rockwell's return, plus more on the Driscoll dust-up
Getting respect. Artist and illustrator Norman Rockwell has long been the Rodney Dangerfield of the art world-he gets no respect.
Joel Kotkin: The blue-collar heroes of the Inland Empire
The late comedian Rodney Dangerfield , whose signature complaint was that he "can't get no respect," would have fit right in, in the Inland Empire.
The London Free Press
Cheers to the end of prohibition: 7 great quotes on alcohol
"I drink too much. The last time I gave a urine sample it had an olive in it." - Rodney Dangerfield It wasn't until the ratification of the 21st Amendment on Dec. 5, 1933 that Americans could legally sell or produce alcohol.
The Jersey Journal
Money Matters: Don't leave Social Security money on the table
Social Security has a Rodney Dangerfield problem because it just doesn't get the respect it deserves.
Shine United Launches http://www.Rodney.com - A New Website for Comic Legend Rodney Dangerfield
Designed and built by Shine, the new website honoring Rodney Dangerfield will kick off with the ultimate giveaway - Rodney's 1994 Cadillac.
New Rodney Dangerfield website
Comedian Rodney Dangerfield with his wife Joan Child during the after party for Comedy Central's First Ever Awards Show 'The Commies' at Sony Pictures Studios in Culver City, California.
Rodney Dangerfield: Late Comedian's Sweat in Fridge
Rodney Dangerfield died back in 2004, but a part of him remains firmly implanted in this world.
Rodney Dangerfield Honored with New Website
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Rodney Dangerfield Was the Hardest-Working Man in Comedy, and Here's the Sweat to Prove It
Joan Dangerfield, who keeps a bottle of her late husband's perspiration in her refrigerator, is launching a new website about him.
Leadership lessons from Rodney Dangerfield: Look out for No. 1 but don't step on No. 2
To paraphrase Thornton Melon 's commencement speech in the movie "Back to School," there's always a No.