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Pootie Tang is a American comedy film written and directed by Louis C. Adapted from a comedy sketch that first appeared on The Chris Rock Show[4] the character Pootie Tang is a satire of the stereotyped characters who appeared in old blaxploitation films. The title character's speech, which vaguely resembles pidginis mostly unintelligible to the audience, but the other characters in the film have no problem understanding him. Pootie Tang, born in "a small town outside Gary, Indiana ", is portrayed as a ladies' man who is "too cool for words", even as a young child.

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Adult Vision: 41 to 60 Years of Age

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Beginning in the early to mids, many adults may start to have problems seeing clearly at close distances, especially when reading and working on the computer. This is among the most common problems adults develop between ages 41 to This normal change in the eye's focusing ability, called presbyopia, will continue to progress over time. Initially, you may need to hold reading materials farther away to see them clearly.

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One of the biggest movie stars of is Dory, a precocious and forgetful fish featured in "Finding Dory. This fish's common names include palette surgeonfish, flagtail surgeonfish, blue surgeonfish, common surgeon, doctorfish, letter six fish, Pacific blue tang, Pacific regal blue tang, regal blue tang, regal tang, royal blue tang, hippo tang, wedgetail blue tang and blue tang. Even someone without Dory's memory issues would be hard-pressed to remember all those names! In addition, Oceana, an environmentalist group, points out that an altogether different species of fish, Acanthurus coeruleusis also called a blue tang.