Weird Al is a Boss at Home Improvement in ‘Fancy’ Parody ‘Handy’: Watch
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By Kevin Rutherford

For Weird Al Yankovic‘s fourth video of his eight videos in eight days campaign, he’s repping one of the biggest songs in the country — in fact, until yesterday, the No. 1 song — with his next parody. Isn’t he just so handy?

This time, he’s tackling “Fancy,” Iggy Azalea’s undisputed song of the summer, and turning it into a song about how he’s a boss at home improvement.

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“Handy,” from Al’s Mandatory Fun, finds the comedy artist decked out in his work clothes as he hits your home to do some serious home repair, from busted front windows to creepy crawlers in your walls.

“I’m so handy / You already know,” he sings on the chorus. “I’ll fix your plumbing / When your toilets overflow.”

“Handy” finds Weird Al back in the rap game, which is certainly welcome; his first top 10 hit, “White & Nerdy,” was a parody of Chamillionaire’s…………… continues on Radio.com News

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NJ Cites 68 Home Improvement Contractors For Consumer Law Violations
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By Jim Donovan: The New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs has issued Notices of Violation to 68 home improvement contractors due to alleged violations of consumer protection law. The state is seeking a total of more than $ 1.3 million in civil penalties and consumer restitution.

The Division has directed 62 of the contractors to pay a total of $ 1,046,978 in consumer restitution, in amounts ranging from as little as $ 378 to as much as $ 185,000, for allegedly failing to complete work that consumers had paid for in advance, failing to refund deposits, or other issues.

The Division has cited all 68 contractors for violations of New Jersey’s Contractor’s Registration Act, such as failure to provide consumers with detailed, written contracts for home improvement projects costing more than $ 500. In addition, 44 of the companies have also been cited for operating without being registered as home improvement contractors in New Jersey. The State has assessed a total of $ 276,250 in civil penalties against the 68 contractors, for a combined total assessment, including civil penalties and consumer restitution, of more than $ 1.3 million.

A full list of the contractors cited by the state can be found at: http://nj.gov/oag/…………… continues on CBS Local

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