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The Comedian's-eye View of 09/10/98

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                      Thursday September 10, 1998

     "The problem with journalists (is) they think that their opinions
      matter. That's the problem with most rock stars and musicians; they
      think that their opinions really matter.  They don't. They're there
      for you to enjoy or throw out.  That's why ears have holes in 'em;
      music can go in and out."
				-Steven Tyler of Aerosmith in Music Choice

Extra! Extra!: It was 165 years ago this week that the very first newspaper
delivery boy was hired. "Before that, people had to toss their own papers
in the bushes." (Steve Voldseth)

Planters Warning: The Department of Transportation will require airlines to
designate "peanut-free zones" on flights after leaning that one in 1,000
people is deathly allergic to peanuts.  "Sounds like what they need over at
the Department of Transportation are 'peanut- head-free' zones." (Johnny

The Purple One: There's apparently a report going around that the Artist
Formerly Known as Prince got into some kind of scuffle with the group Aqua
at a show in Europe.  "He got upset when they called him by his other name-
'The Artist Formerly Known as Popular."  (Wisot)

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