Saturday, May 26, 2001

These days the hottest media property among the teenaged male demographic is the MTV program Jackass. Some of the stunts the aforementioned jackasses do are funny, some dangerous. When kids start copycatting the daredevil pranks, Jackass bears the brunt of the critics scorn. But, as OTM’s Mike Pesca discovers, there’s more than one culprit in this blame game.

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