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Gass And Black Of Tenacious D Play Not My Job

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Director Barry Sonnenfeld Plays Not My Job

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Former Yankees Pitcher Jim Bouton Plays Not My Job

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According to the NFL's Peter O'Reilly, fans are drawn to the Madden NFL video game franchise because it lets them experience the NFL year-round in a realistic way. EA Sports hide caption

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How Madden NFL's Business Lineup Helps It Win Big

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What Hat Holds The Answer?

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Ambassador Peter Westmacott Plays Not My Job

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According to consultant Serkan Toto, the anonymity of mobile gaming is tailor-made for the Japanese. Koji Sasahara/AP hide caption

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In Japan, Mobile Startups Take Gaming To Next Level

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Comedian Mike Birbiglia Plays Not My Job

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Missions engineers Bobak Ferdowsi (left) and Adam Steltzner — also known as "Mokawk guy" and "Elvis guy," respectively — helped land the Mars Curiosity rover on Sunday night. Left: Brian van der Brug-Pool/Getty Images/Right: Bill Ingalls/NASA via Getty Images hide caption

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Not My Job: We Quiz NASA Engineers On Mars Candy

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