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YMMV: Stan Freberg Presents The United States Of America
- Hilarious in Hindsight: It turns out Barbara Fritchie never defiantly waved a flag at "Stonewall" Jackson after all, making "Shoot if you Must" more historically accurate than the poem it's named for. (Although the historical research on this predates the volume the sketch and song appear on by 34 years, Stan Freberg reportedly got it right purely by accident.)
- Magnificent Bastard: What else would you call the general who lost the American Revolution specifically to apply to the U.S. for foreign aid?
- Memetic Mutation: Donavan Freberg, Stan's son, had a report due on space...