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Duped by Borat, couple rises above insults and has a laugh

By Joseph P. Kahn
Globe Staff / November 18, 2006

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NEWTON -- Their home is nowhere near Atlanta, as the movie leads viewers to believe. But fuzzy geography is the least of the improbables attached to how Joe and Miriam Behar fell prey to the "Borat" crew last year, escaping with not only their dignity intact -- most of it, anyway -- but waving two thumbs up for a movie ... (Full article: 1008 words)

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