JsOTD - 11/22/95 Hamilton, Peyser, Maher
Date: Wed, 22 Nov 95 22:53:00 -0800
From: Peter Langston <psl>
Subject: JsOTD - 11/22/95 Hamilton, Peyser, Maher
Forwarded-by: email@example.com (Keith Bostic)
In the News: Argus Hamilton, on the GOP presidential hopefuls debating last
Friday in Florida: "During closing statements, all the candidates thanked
their second wives and called for a restoration of family values."
Hamilton, on the asteroid named after the late Grateful Dead founder Jerry
Garcia: "Nothing's changed. It's followed around by thousands of
burned-out fragments just looking for a place to crash for the night."
Tony Peyser, on Howard Stern's publisher/editor (Judith Regan) claiming his
writings reveals as much about the 1990s as Shakespeare's does about the
late 1500s. "Stern's next book will be titled 'King Leer.'"
Bill Maher, on the two women in China who spent 12 days in the same room
with 888 snakes in an attempt to get into the Guinness Book of World
Records": "They, of course, beat out the previous record, held by Judge
Maher, on the former Florida college professor who now leads the Islamic
Jihad: "He is known in international circles as 'Carlos The Tenured.'"
"According to a new survey, 76 percent of men would rather watch football
games than have sex...See, the other 24 percent live in areas where all they
get on TV are New York Jets games."
© 1995 Peter Langston