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R.I.P. Soupy Sales

He started well ahead of my time, but comedian Soupy Sales -- whose Detroit TV show made him a star in the '50s and '60s -- was still a household name to some of us young'ns even in the early 1970s. I can't say I always got his jokes, but the man had a manic energy that was universally understood among children.

A head nod then to Milton "Soupy" Supman, who passed Thursday at age 83...

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