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The Comedian's-eye View of 01/21/00

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                       Friday January 21, 2000

  "I think there must have been some kind of a mixup.
   I went to the hospital to get a face-lift."
						- David Letterman


"American inventor, author and statesman Benjamin Franklin was born 294
years ago this week. He created the first efficient postal system in
America. No one is certain where it disappeared to." (Jerry Perisho)

"British Prime Minister Tony Blair announced that he and his wife are
expecting their fourth child. That's what happens when the head of state
doesn't have interns." (Gary Easley)

NASA has officially suspended its efforts to locate the Mars Polar Lander.
A likeness of the Lander along with NASA's 800 number will be slapped on
a milk bottle and sent into deep space. (Rosenberg)

The New Hampshire primary is only a couple of weeks away.  George W. Bush
is attempting to position himself as a strong leader.  On controversial
issues, he's not afraid to say "maybe". (Alan Ray)

Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone want to make a movie together.
This combination is sure to create long lines.  In the theater.  Not in
the dialogue.  (Ray)

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