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SpongeBob to go
Source citation: Olsen, Patrick (December 2, 2004). "SpongeBob to go." The Chicago Tribune. Retrieved October 28, 2013.

Dozens of 9-foot-tall SpongeBob Squarepants balloons have been stolen from the roofs of Burger Kings across the country since the SpongeBob movie hit theaters November 11, authorities said. A Burger King near Palatka, Florida., is among the latest to report the theft of the balloon, part of a movie promotion.

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