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The Comedian's-eye View of 12/06/99

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Excerpted-from: 12/06/99 -- ShopTalk

                           Monday December 6, 1999

	"There's a wonderful exercise where you throw out a quarter, a
	 nickel, a dime and a penny on the table.  Then you ask, 'What did
	 you see?'  When our therapist did this with us, I said 'Silver,
	 copper, round things, change.' When he did the same with Tommy
	 [Lee], he said 'Forty-two cents.' We both have different ways of
	 looking at things."
					- Pamela Anderson Lee


The people of Hollywood want to secede from Los Angeles and be their own
city. I'm thinking of new names, and I just can't decide between "Sodom"
and "Gomorrah." (Jim Rosenberg)

The Missouri Department of Transportation says a federal judge has ordered
that the Ku Klux Klan be permitted to take part in the state's "Adopt a
Highway." They are actually very helpful; if you break down on their stretch
of road -- they'll get right under the hood. (Rosenberg)

Franklin Sports, Huffy Sports and Lifetime Products have recalled more than
900,000 toy and youth basketball nets that could choke children. It's model
# 563- A/JK -- "The Latrell Sprewell Payback Time Playhoop." (Rosenberg)

George W. says if elected he'll cut taxes by $135 billion a year, a cost of
$420 billion in lost revenues between 2002 and 2006. One way he'll save some
of that money is by canceling the traditional presidential press conference.
Instead, he'll stand in front of the Oval Office window and smirk. (Bill

Jewel has canceled her Alaskan New Year's Eve concert because of Y2K
worries. She was afraid if the power went out, the audience would discover
she's "Milli Jewel." (Williams)

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