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The Comedian's-eye View of 02/17/00

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Excerpted-from: 02/17/00 -- ShopTalk

                      Thursday February 17, 2000

     "People are finally coming around to the realization
      that the web isn't about computers or technology.
      It's about content. Good journalists do well
      because they do good work, not because their
      ideas are delivered with ink and cheap paper.
      I hope newspapers feel the pain of losing their
      best people. They treated their employees poorly
      for years, and now they will harvest a bitter crop."

             --Robert Hood, MSNBC, on newspapers'
               loss of staff to web competitors


"Donald trump has decided not to run for president. The loud sound you hear
is the common moan of thousands of comedy writers putting away their
inventories of bad-hair jokes." (Kaseberg)

The debate came four days before the South Carolina Republican primary.
One estimate claims George W. Bush may have ONLY $18 million left in
campaign money after Saturday.  That's barely enough for two more image
changes! (Richard Burkard/

Dennis Rodman will play a genius with a bullet lodged in his head - A lot
of people are getting a TV series now - Charlton Heston just signed to play
a bullet with some brain lodged on its head. (Bill Williams)

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