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The Comedian's-eye View of 05/17/00

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Excerpted-from: 05/17/00 -- ShopTalk

                         Wednesday May 17, 2000

"Television won't matter in your lifetime or mine."
			- Radio Times editor Rex Lambert, 1936.


George W. Bush offered more details about his Social Security reform plan
Monday.  You could invest part of your Social Security contributions in
the stock market -- but the government would NOT be allowed to do so.  How
fair is this?  If Uncle Sam had bought enough shares of Microsoft years
ago, the national debt would be gone by now! (Richard Burkard/

Happy birthday to Tori Spelling today.  Tori turns 27... 9... 7... 4...
and 18 months today.  (Steve Voldseth)

The CBS miniseries "Jesus" beat "Who Wants to be a Millionaire" in the
ratings.  Its success has the network thinking regular series.  This fall
expect a new sitcom.  Everybody Loves Jesus. (Alan Ray)

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