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The Comedian's-eye View of June 1, 1998

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                          Monday June 1, 1998

     "Hopelessly Irish pop band 'U2' held a concert in Belfast where Bono
      gave one of his ridiculous speeches that left Protestants and
      Catholics alike wishing they could kill just one last time."
				- Craig Kilborn, The Daily Show


No Worries: When the late comedian Georgie Jessel was 75, he decided to
marry a very young woman.  During a medical exam before the wedding, his
doctor said, "George, just remember.  Too much love making can cause a heart
attack."  "Well," Jessel replied, "what can I do?  If she dies, she dies."
(Len Miller)

Mug Shot: In Mexico, crime is so bad that insurance companies now offer
policies to cover mugging.  "An insurance company protecting you from
muggers is like a killer protecting you from a murderer." (Rudolph J.

Up, Up and Away: Former astronaut Buzz Aldrin says that the future of space
exploration depends on opening it up to paying tourists.  "Finally- an
alternative for families who can't afford Disneyland." (Steve Voldseth)

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