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Nearly a year and half after Disney’s “Frozen” hit theaters, it’s still a cultural tour de force, having grossed $ 1.2 billion worldwide at the box office, influencing the monikers of a generation to come, and just, well … whatever this is.
Odds are you’ve seen it more than once, and you’ve likely asked someone if they wanted to build a snowman, but have you stuck around long enough to watch the entire credits roll?
Our friends over at HuffPost Canada did, and they found that there’s a ridiculous/hilarious disclaimer that was probably tacked on, lest they be subject to the complaints of some MRAs or something. Kidding. Maybe. Enjoy.
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By Daniel O’Brien Published: April 06th, 2015
Tickets to the sold-out Grateful Dead concerts in Chicago this summer are fetching thousands of dollars online, but one member of the band played briefly for free in public on Sunday in front of a crowd of almost no one.
A video posted on Facebook shows Bill Kreutzmann, drummer and a member of the Dead since the band began in Palo Alto, California, in 1965, joining a street musician outside the Ferry Terminal Building in San Francisco.
The musician appears to be John F. King II, who’s known for drumming on garbage cans and other found objects. Kreutzmann posted the clip showing himself performing “undercover” in front of a decidedly smaller crowd than the ones he’ll face in Chicago.
In fact, it seems as if no one noticed at all:
Kreutzmann has been busy of late. His tell-all book, “Deal: My Three Decades of Drumming, Dreams, and Drugs with the Grateful Dead” will be released in May. And of course, in July he’ll take the stage in the Windy City with his old bandmates for what’s being billed as the Grateful Dead’s final concerts.
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