Fun_People Archive
30 Nov

Date: Wed, 30 Nov 94 13:39:22 PST
To: Fun_People
Subject: JsOTD

Forwarded-by: bostic@CS.Berkeley.EDU (Keith Bostic)
From: ShopTalk <ShopTalk@Gremlin.Clark.Net>

       In the news: Comedy writer Alan Ray, on the new Jesse
       Helms doll, just out for Christmas: "Some say it is just
       too lifelike: It pooh-poohs on everything."

       Comedy writer Tony Peyser, on Helms and Gingrich admitting
       they were wrong but not apologizing for remarks made about
       President Clinton:  "Being a Republican in the 1990s means
       never having to say you're sorry."

       Comic Argus Hamilton, on the conflicting advice Clinton is
       getting: "Some say he should move left and the others say
       he should move right.  Either way, there's probably a
       moving van in his future."

       Comedy writer Bob Mills, on the new study that says women
       have 11% more brain cells than men:  "One psychiatrist said
       the higher cell count may account for a woman's propensity
       to change her mind.  Or, she added, maybe not."

       Closing arguments were held Monday in the Heidi Fleiss
       trial, and Alan Ray says the alleged Hollywood madam's
       future is hard to predict:  "Will she be handcuffed,
       strip-searched and punished? Or will she go to jail?"

[=] © 1994 Peter Langston []