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From: Peter Langston <psl>
Date: Fri, 17 Oct 97 02:33:12 -0700
Subject: Sad Interviews
Forwarded-by: Diane and Bob Boettcher <email@example.com>
A few months ago, Howard Stern hosted Julie Cailini ('96 Playmate of the
Year) and Stacey Sanchez ('97 Playmate of the Year) for a morning of sordid
joviality. The ladies, who were promoting their latest calendars, answered
ten questions from Howard, ostensibly to demonstrate how important it is
for them *AS ROLE MODELS* for young women to stay up on current affairs.
The ladies' answers were amusing (and a bit sad), but the bit did prove that
you don't have to be a neurosurgeon to earn a pile of cash! Love him or
hate him, you have to appreciate Howard's sense of the absurd.
Q: Who is the President of Russia?
Q: Define the meaning of NAACP.
Julie: "Something, something, for Certified Pianists"
Stacey: "It's some kind of police organization."
(National Association for the Advancement of Colored People)
Q: Who was the inventor of the lightbulb?
Julie: "I know Edison invented the telephone, but I can't
remember the lightbulb guy."
Stacey: "I don't know."
(Thomas A. Edison. Alexander Graham Bell was the phone guy!)
Q: Who is the Speaker of the House?
Julie: "Gore something-or-other."
Stacey: "Bill Clinton."
Q: Define the meaning of the letters CIA.
Julie: "I don't know."
Stacey: "Certified Investigation Association."
(Central Intelligence Agency)
Q: What is the center of our solar system?
Julie: "The Equator"
Stacey: "The Moon"
Changing his tack to create better odds for the girls, Howard switched to
what he termed "industry related" questions:
Q: What do the initials "DK" stand for?
A: both knew it was fashion designer "Donna Karan."
Q: What is "Cristal?"
A: both knew it was an elite champagne
Q: What car company has a model known as a "911?"
A: both knew it was Porsche
Q: Who's face is on the (U.S.) $100 bill?
A: both knew it was Ben Franklin
© 1997 Peter Langston