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Rex Velvet
Last week I posted to The Daily Weekly about the dastardly Rex Velvet and his recent involvement in a plot hatched by the

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Video Proof of the Dastardly Rex Velvet's Soft Spot

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Rex Velvet
Last week I posted to The Daily Weekly about the dastardly Rex Velvet and his recent involvement in a plot hatched by the Make-A-Wish foundation. Seems the mustachioed villain has at least a teeny, tiny soft spot in that Phoenix Jones-hating heart of his, as exposed by his efforts to help make a 12-year-old boy with spinal muscular atrophy live out his dream. For the unconvinced, there's proof on YouTube.

As my original post noted:

Officially the 5,000th wish granted by Make-A-Wish Alaska & Washington, over a two-day span, Sunday and Monday, Velvet was part of a heartwarming plan created for 12-year-old Colby, or Agent C. Incorporating special agents, spies, kidnapped mascots, tuxedos, forensics, the School of Acrobatics and New Circus Arts, helicopter rides, flash mobs, the Space Needle, and even silly string, the adventure allowed Colby to live out his dream of being a special agent, solving crimes with his dad at his side, and ultimately bringing down Seattle's biggest villain of them all, Rex Velvet.

To call it elaborate would be an understatement. By the sounds of it, the operation was downright masterful.

"It's probably the best birthday anybody is going to get," Colby, who celebrated his 12th birthday in the midst of the adventure, told Q13 Fox.

Yesterday the local chapter of the Make-A-Wish foundation posted video to YouTube of Agent C's big day, including Velvet's involvement:

For a little background, Velvet (known for his devious video production skills) produced this piece of cinematic magic as part of Agent C's Make-A-Wish experience.

All of this wish-making kind of makes you want to buy a t-shirt from Velvet, doesn't it?

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