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Philip John Clapp (born March 11, 1971 in Knoxville, Tennessee), better known as Johnny Knoxville, is an American comic actor and daredevil. , star of MTV's gross-out stunt show Jackass jackass: see ass. , says, "Don't try this at home," not everybody hears the word "don't."
Inspired by Knoxville, a 13-year-old boy in Connecticut recently suffered critical burns when a friend doused his pants and shoes with gasoline and lit a match, according to police.
On one Jackass episode, Knoxville had become a human barbecue, lying on a hot grill with meat strapped to his body. Knoxville wore a flame-resistant suit. The boy did not.
Another recent life-imitates-TV incident involved the World Wrestling Federation. A N-year-old boy in Florida was convicted of murder for imitating pro wrestling moves on a 6-year-old girl, killing her.
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U.S. cable television network, established in 1980 to present videos of musicians and singers performing new rock music. MTV won a wide following among rock-music fans worldwide and greatly affected the popular-music business. and the WWF See Windows Workflow Foundation. are washing their hands of responsibility. MTV says Jackass has plenty of disclaimers. The WWF says linking the death to wrestling was a "contrived hoax."
Senator Joe Lieberman (D-Conn.), jumping into the fray, says, "There are some things that are so potentially dangerous and inciting, particularly to vulnerable children, that they simply should not be put on TV."
But more people are tuning out Lieberman and tuning in tuning in,
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