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The Comedian's-eye View of 10/22/98

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Excerpted-from: 10/22/98 -- ShopTalk

                      Thursday October 22, 1998

    Q:	"What's the most outrageous untrue story you've ever read about you
	in the tabloids?"

    A:	"I have to honestly say that most of the stuff they write has a
	little grain of truth. They've told a lot of stuff about me that's
	true.  They've told a lot of stuff about me that ain't true.  And
	I don't admit or deny any of it, because what I ain't done, I'm
	capable of doing."
				- Dolly Parton


Please Stand By: Nickelodeon has announced that it will soon launch a new
cable channel expressly for women: "Programs will not begin at precise times
but, rather, will be aired on a 'when ready' schedule." (Bob Mills)

If It Doesn't Fit...: LA County prosecutors want OJ Simpson's daughter
Arnelle to pay $130,000 to repair damages she caused while driving drunk.
"She's fighting the claim but promises a worldwide search for the real
driver." (Jerry Perisho)

History Lesson: Oliver Stone will direct "Marching to Valhalla," a film
about Gen. George Custer's last stand. "According to Stone, Custer's real
killer was hidden from sight at Little Big Horn behind the Little Big Grassy
Knoll." (Alex Kaseberg)

Spaced Out: A North Carolina man says he's invented a UFO detector that he's
selling for $15.  "The device also doubles as an imbecile detector.  If you
buy one, you're an imbecile." (Lawson)

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