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"The Da Vinci Coeds", a ruthless and unscrupulous professor has his way with female undergraduates unable to distinguish the profound from the bogus. Opening in theatres worldwide July!"
Already been done http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1280507/
"Three sexy spies are tasked with tracking down a coed who can unlock the scandalous secret to a ring that holds the power to spark people's carnal desires in this adult adventure."
If you look at the figures that ERA ( Entertainment Retailers Association) put out. The percentage change in unit sales 2007/2008 for music is down 1.9% to 88m units, however the the retail value is down by 6.9%. Video unit sales 2007/2008 are up 3.8% and retail value is only up 0.1%.
Downloads now account for 96% of singles sales (by volume) and as at December 2008 7% of album sales
So not all bad news for the Entertainment industry, just bad news for the shops that are selling phyiscal units
Infinitive to mislead
Third person singular misleads
Simple past misled
Past participle misled
Present participle misleading
to mislead (third-person singular simple present misleads, present participle misleading, simple past and past participle misled)
1. To deceive by telling something that is not true.
2. To say something for purpose of causing the receiver to think or act in a certain way.
3. To lead astray.
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