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The Comedian's-eye View of 10/17/97

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From: Peter Langston <psl>
Date: Fri, 17 Oct 97 03:14:46 -0700
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Subject: The Comedian's-eye View of 10/17/97

Excerpted-from: 10/17/97--ShopTalk

                        Friday October 17, 1997

	"Most women are too smart to want to run for a crummy job like the
	 presidency -- too little pay, tons of stress, and there's always
	 someone mad at you."
				- J.H., 13, in response to Teen magazine,
				  which asked, "Do you think a woman will
				  be president in your lifetime?"


Tom Arnold has been named grand Marshal of the Hollywood Christmas parade,"
says Bob Mills.  "The theme this year is 'Deck the Halls With Canceled

"It was 14 years ago this week that the cellular phone was introduced.
Before that, drivers had to keep their hands busy with just a radio." (Steve

Regarding the San Fernando Valley's new moves to secede from L.A., Kenny
Noble Cortes observes, "Can't blame 'em.  Valley residents are tired of
L.A.'s hand-me-downs. They want their own smog, traffic, graffiti and losing
sports teams."

"Forecasters predict a 10 percent chance of scattered showers for Game 1 of
the World Series.  Of course, if Gary Miller is there, it goes up to 50
percent." (Mark Allan)

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